Strong Showing Falls Short For BHS Track

Bourne High School Track Curt LieberDAN CROWLEY/ENTERPRISE - Bourne High School Track Curt Lieber

The Canalmen boys’ track and field team posted six first-place finishes and 16 personal best performances on Monday, May 12, in an 83.5-52.5 setback to Apponequet.

Bourne swept the long jump led by Chad Marsh at 18-6. Luke Zanoli (17-10) was second and Elijah Dias (17-1.5) took third. John McWade had two first-place finishes, winning the one-mile in a time of 4:52.7 and the two-mile in 10:35.6.

Dillon Woodside won the discus with a throw of 87-10. Curt Lieber took first in the shot put with a toss of 36-2 and the BHS 4x100 relay team of Dias, Zanoli, Marsh and Dennis Rogers won, posting a finish of 47.2 seconds.

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Marsh (11.5) ran second in the 100 meters. Rogers (23.9) was second in the 200 meters and Scott Vannett (57.5) placed second in the 400 meters and second in the high jump, clearing 5-5.
Zanoli gave the Canalmen a third-place finish in the 100 meters at 11.7 seconds. Dias (18.1) was third in the 110 high hurdles, Vannett (65.0) took third in the 400-meter hurdles, Ian Morgan (2:28.0) ran third in the 800 meters, Patrick McMichen (80-2) was third in the discus and in the shot put (33-3.5) and Xavier Cruz (5-1) finished third in the high jump.

Jacob Davis took first place in two events last Thursday as the Canalmen fell short to Dighton-Rehoboth by a score of 91-29. Davis won the discus with a throw of 109-6 and also took first place in the shot put with a toss of 39-1.5. Bourne’s only other first-place finish came in the 4x100 relay, with the team of Elijah Dias, Isaac Reid, Luke Zanoli and Chad Marsh posting a time of 48.6 seconds.

Scott Vannett ran second in the 400-meter hurdles in a time of 64 seconds. John McWade (2:11) was second in the 800 meters, Merrick Rubinstein (35-7.5) took second in the triple jump and Curt Lieber finished second in the shot put at 38-4.5.

Marsh also had two third-place finishes in the 100 meters with a time of 11.9 seconds and in the long jump at 18-1.

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