The Falmouth High School track and field teams pulled off a sweep against Sandwich High on Tuesday, January 7. The boys dominated the Knights, winning 78-22, while the girls won a tight one that went to the wire, 52-48. The boys are now 2-1 and the girls picked up their first win, improving to 1-2.

The girls pulled out the win by taking the 4x400m relay with a time of five minutes and 28 seconds. The relay consisted of Sophia Colpus, Camdyn Swain, Josephine Oberton and Marlyana Leocadio.

Leocadio also won the hurdles for FHS with a time of 10.22 seconds. Swain won the 600m race with a time of 2:07.

Petrashea Johnson picked up two wins for FHS. She won the long jump with a distance of 14 feet, five inches. She also prevailed in the 55m dash with a time of 7.96 seconds.

Colleen Caswell won the 300m for FHS in 45.7 seconds. Abby Chorches took first in the shot put with a throw of 38 feet, 7.5 inches.

The boys got two wins from senior Ethan Harper. He won the shot put with a throw of 42-1.25 and also placed first in the hurdles in 9.83 seconds.

Kyle Gaudreault won the long jump with a leap of 18-10.5. Liam Enneguess was the top performer in the 55m dash, winning with a time of 7.19 seconds.

Marvell Nicholson ran to a win in the 300m in 37.97 seconds. Henry Gartner took first in the two mile race in 10:11.

The 4x200m relay team, which consisted of Enneguess, Eamon Mackilligan, Gaudreault and Nicholson, won in 1:38.2. The 4x400m squad ran 4:06 for a win, and that was made up of Coleby Andrade, Keegan Hefferman, Joe Simpkins and Milo Van Mooy.

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