By ALEX SPONSELLER The RIIL Indoor Track & Field Class Championships were held last week at the Providence Career and Technical Academy, and a handful of local athletes made some noise. Bishop Hendricken once again took home first place as a team. Here
The RIIL Indoor Track & Field Class Championships were held last week at the Providence Career and Technical Academy, and a handful of local athletes made some noise. Bishop Hendricken once again took home first place as a team. Here is a look at some of the results: BOYS
Bishop Hendricken won the event as a team overall.
Luke Henseler won the 3,000 run for Hendricken, while teammate Sean Fagan won the 55 hurdles. David DelBonis won the 1,500 run for the Hawks.
Hendricken’s relay team of Michael Hanlon, Kobby Harvey-Ewusi, Nick Capalbo and Tom Comella won the 1,600, while Pilgrim’s Justin Dorsey won the long jump.
Hendricken’s relay team of Ryan Dyer, Ian Hopkins, Michael Hanlon and Michael Feret took second in the 3,200, while Brandyn Durand, Tom Comella, Sean Fagan and Harvey-Ewusi took second in the 800.
Evan Reynolds went on to place second in the 3,000 run, while teammate Capalbo took second in the 600 run. Fagan also took second in the 300 dash.
Matt St. Jean placed second for Hendricken in the 1,000 run, while Hendricken’s John Santos took second in the high jump. Dante Caouette finished second in the shot put for the Hawks
Hendricken’s Andrew Woodbine took third in the 3,000 run, while Tom Comella placed third in the 55 dash. DelBonis also finished third in the 1,000 run, while teammate Cam Hughes took third in the shot put and John Fay third in the weight throw.
Hendricken’s James Kiernan placed fourth in the 3,000 run, while Santos took fourth in the long jump.
Henseler later took fifth in the 1,500 run, while Toll Gate’s relay team of Elijah Aguilar, Domenic Calise, Josh Paiva and Amedeo Ucci took fifth in the 1,600. Pilgrim’s Henry Leclaire also took home fifth place in the high jump.
Hendricken’s Jake Picard later took fifth in the weight throw.
Here are some other local results from the event:
Nick DelNigro took second place in the 55 dash for West
West’s relay team of Brendon Lugesi, Aaron Bun, Shawn Robbins and Nate Quero took fifth in the 3,200, while Nick DelNigro, Alex DelNigro, Mike Conti and Cade Petrella finished fifth in the 800.
Emmanuelle Degos took second overall in the 3,000 run.
Alyssa Twomey finished third in the 55 hurdles for Pilgrim, while the Pats’ team of Alaysia Royal, Sarah Lynch, Dasani Stewart and Alanna Coffie took third in the 800 relay.
Lynch, Stewart, Coffie and Amelia Murphy later took fourth the 1,600 relay.
Stewart went on to finish fourth in the long jump for Pilgrim, while teammate Madison Hemond finished fifth in the 55 dash.
Here are some other local results from the race:
Johnston was led by Lala Olagundoye, who took first in the high jump and third in the long jump.
Maddie Alves took fourth for West in the 55 dash.
West’s team of Alves, Gianna King, Rachel Hobin and Maddie Barbieri took fourth in the 800 relay. Juliana Bucci finished fourth in the shot put.
West’s King took fifth in the 300 dash for the Lady Falcons, while Zoe Catrambone took fifth in the 600 run. West’s relay team of Estella Kue, Aria Lee, Ayia Tatari and Hobin placed fifth in the 3,200.