The Cape and Islands League is not scoring its indoor track meets, which are run outdoors this spring. While the scores may not be counted, the individual times are still tracked and the athletes are running against their best times.
Against Nauset, Eric Larrey ran a time of 9.16 in the hurdles to top the Falmouth boys’ times. Henry Gartner ran a super-fast mile time of 4:42, and he also won the two-mile in 10:09. Christian Ryan had the best 55m dash time, running 1.14 seconds. Milo Van Moay ran 3:08 in the 1,000m for a top time.
Kyle Gaudreaullt had the best 300m time, running 40.8 seconds.
Tommy Walker had the best shot put throw, 26-8. Drury bested the field in the high jump with a height of 5-2.
For the girls, Natalie Bosselman and Ally Underhill ran the fastest 600m times at 2:02. Avery Johnsen ran 10.8 in the hurdles.
Catherin Cone ran the fastest dash time, finishing in 8.09 seconds. Josephine Oberton ran the 1,000m in 3:57. Colleen Caswell ran the fastest 300m time in 43.95 seconds. Hannah Birmingham’s time of 14:50 was the best in the two miles.
Cone, Naveah Melton, Caswell and Johnsen won the 4x200m race with a time of 1:56. Bosselman won the high jump with a leap of 4-10, which was eight inches better than her previous attempt at the event. Rihanna Kirlew won the shot put with a throw of 20 feet.