Jessica Drop of Coginchaug won the 3200-meter run (10:17.54) and finished second in the 1600 (4:49.47) at Saturday’s 71st New England Interscholastic Track & Field Championship Meet at New Britain.
Jacqueline Gaughan of Exeter, Mass. finished second and Hannah DeBalsi of Staples placed third in the 3200 while Jessica’s sister Samantha finished seventh (10:46.69).
Bridget Chiaravalle of Danbury won the 100 hurdles (14.49), just edging out Gabrielle Curtis of Wilbur Cross (14.61). Curtis was a part of the Governors’ victorious 4×400 relay team of Leah Rivers, Danae Rivers and Erica Snape, setting a meet record of 3:49.06, just edging out Windsor (3:53.53).
Bloomfield won the 4×100 relay (48.60), AmyErin Zadroga of Tolland finished second in the pole vault (10-9), Windsor’s Kenya Walker took third in the triple jump (37-5) and Amanda Howe of Southington was third in the discus (117-3).
On the boys side, Weaver’s Mark Doyley won both the 100 (10.82) and the 200 (21.60). Elijah Young of Wethersfield took second in the 400 (48.24) and Tyler Gleen of Trumbull took second (1:52.97) in the 800, followed by Randall Neish of Glastonbury third (1:53.09), Jon Gill of Lyman Hall fourth (1:53.46) and James Lewis of Staples fifth (1:53.54).
Eric Vanderels of McMahon won the 1600 (4:12.47) and Gabriel Altopp of Ridgefield won the 3200 (9:02.35). Keyion Dixon of Glastonbury won the 300 hurdles (39.14) and Lucas Sumby of Old Saybrook placed second in the 110 hurdles (14.81).
Bloomfield won the 4×100 relay (42.25) and Danbury won the 4×800 (7:49.30). Fejiro Onakpoma of Naugatuck won the triple jump (47-1.5).