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WOW! Some really great times at the Merrimack Invite and all the running events were done before the weather got too bad. Jelesa Nelson won the 100m 12.63 and 200m 26.33 and 17’2.75″ in the Long Jump. Hannah Parker a blistering 2:10.98 in the 800m just barely missing the state record. Shannon Murdock 11:05.08 and Elizabeth Danis 11:06.53 in a great 3200m battle. Rebecca Messah 47.49 in the 300 hurdles. Coe Brown girls with an impressive 154 pts to Exeter 87!!!!!
On the Boys side, Zakari Jenkins 11.06 100m and 22.93 in the 200m. Connor Kwiecien 50.99 in the 400m. A great battle in the 800m where Peter Winslow, Nate Kittredge, Jeremy Brassard, and Tanner Kent all ran under 1:59 with Kent outkicking Brassard for the win…..Great race gentlemen! BJ Smith with a killer kick in the 3200m for 9:27.99. Ben Deforest in 14.89 in the 110 hurdles. Souhegan blazed a 3:27.81 in the 4×400. Mike Lynch 48’5 in the Shot Put, Kris Burke 143’0″ in the Discus, and Alex Magoon 162’1″ in the Javelin. North won with 114 points to Pinkerton’s 84. Looked like a very well run meet.
Eric Jenkins ran 13:18.57 for 5K at the Payton Jordan Invitational Sunday night. He’s a native of Portsmouth, NH, a four-time NH state champion (XC, 1500 and 300 indoors, and the 1600 meters in 4:15 outdoors). Currently a Junior at Northeastern University under Coach Ryan Vanhoy. Flotrack covered an entire workout he did on April 12 at Reggie Lewis TAC. Camera coverage by bike-cam on the indoor track is up close and personal. Shows what it takes to run 13:20.
Eric Jenkins serious prep for 5k at Payton Jordan | Workout Wednesday – Flotrack
Eric Jenkins ran 7:46.21 for 3000 meters at the NCAA Championships. The mark would have been the third fastest all-time
1. North….28 points in Shot Put…WOW!
2. Pinkerton…Poggi, Chabot, and Relays
3. Concord…BJ Smith and Feliz
4. Memorial..Shawn Case
5. Bedford…Flynn, Krause, and Bruno
6. Alvirne..Bellomo and Skinner
7. Keene…Damato, Shakour, and Sturk
9. Exeter…Peck and Winslow
10. Winnacunnet…Makarewicz-Connor and Guerin
1. Bishop Guertin…Leading by 13 points..Strong core of Garnick, Burke, and McCabe
2. Londonderry..Field events and Relays could pull this off
3. Winnacunet…Also in the mix with strong field events
4. Bedford…Celli, Hoople, and Mara
5. Concord…Smita, Messah, and Reese
6. Timberlane…Kimball and Gajewski
7. Exeter…Murdock and Peterson
9. Salem…MacGregor and Burke
10. Pinkerton…Sansing and Blackwell
1. Souhegan….Way ahead at this point but how many events can they do?
2. Merrimack Valley,,,,Alicea and Polichronopoulos leading the way
3. Milford…Tamulonis and Asselin
4. Pelham…Cheam and Bradbury/Koster
5. Porstmouth…Cayer and Chace and French
6. Con Val….Hughes and Meas
7. Coe Brown….Brassard wins both 1600 and 800
8. Stevens….Who is Akeem Bailey?
9. Lebanon….Where are those famous jumpers?
1. Coe Brown….total dominance…162 points at this point…WOW!
2. Milford….Hawkins, Rougeau, and a group of young sprinters
3. Merrimack Valley…Throwers are carrying this team…Adejuyigbe and the Mullen sisters
4. Lebanon….Moriah Morton and Kelly Ludew
5. Goffstown….Tremblay, Gendron, and Plante
7. Oyster River…Dominique Twombley best sprinter in Div 2
8. Portsmouth…Sarah Muse
9. Hollis/Brookline….Newton and Beauregard
1. Londonderry….added field events bring them to the top
2. Bishop Guertin
10. Bishop Guertin
1. Souhegan…They look unstopable again!
2. Portsmouth…Well balanced team if the distance kids show
3. Milford…Field events will bring them in the mix
4. Con Val…Throwing program is awesome!
5. Lebanon….They must stay healthy
6. MV…They could be a spoiler
7. Plymouth…Rob Mills needs some help
8. Windham…some experienced sprinters and jumpers could move them up the list
9. Coe Brown….Jeremy Brassard
10. Oyster River….this young team must gel