The Gloucester boys and ladies out of doors observe teams acquired the probability to compete against the best of the greatest in the Northeastern Convention on Saturday night time in the once-a-year Convention Meet up with at Peabody Superior School.
With all nine NEC monitor programs competing, the Fishermen observed several athletes show on their own among the greatest in the conference as both groups turned in a fifth area complete with a great deal of powerful particular person performances.
The women picked up 54 points. Peabody was the NEC women champ with 126 details followed by Marblehead (106), Masconomet (91) and Beverly (73). The boys experienced 49 details on the night time, great for a tie with Beverly for fifth spot. Peabody also received the boys championship with 133 details, properly ahead of next location Masconomet (90 factors), 3rd put Marblehead (70) and fourth area Danvers (68).
The staff had a pair of convention specific champs, one particular for the boys and one particular for the women.
Junior Caroline MacKinnon led the way for the Gloucester women by successful the meeting championship in the 800m (2:21.79). Sophomore Colby Rochford led the way for the boys by winning the conference 400m title with a time of 51.79.
The Gloucester women also experienced an spectacular evening in the relay gatherings with two teams getting a win. The 4x400m group of Rose Groleau, Skye Ciolino, Darcy Muller and MacKinnon received the meeting crown with a time of 4:13.5. The 4x800m relay crew of Whitney Turner, Kendall Newton, Mackay Brooks and Caelie Patrick also won the convention championship, ending with a time of 10:32.06.
The Fishermen saw three athletes rating factors in several unique activities. Darcy Muller was second in the 400m (1:00.45) and sixth in the prolonged jump (15-ft-7), Andrew Coelho was 3rd in the 400m (53.38) and fourth in the triple soar (40-feet-8) and Jack Newton was fourth in the 400m hurdles (1:01.60) and 6th in the substantial soar (5-ft-6).
For the women Caelie Patrick was next in the mile (5:29.24), Sarah Baker was third in the javelin (84-toes-5) and Skye Ciolino was 6th in the 400m (1:03.43).
On the boys facet Nate Gardner was 2nd in the 400m hurdles (1:00.92), Finn O’Hara was fifth in the mile (4:35.07), Nick Poulin sixth in the mile (4:35.42) and Jacob Moulton sixth in the 800m (2:05.34). The Fishermen also received a 3rd position finish from the 4x800m relay crew of Poulin, Destin Cauthers, Newton and O’Hara (8:49.26) and a fourth position complete from the 4x400m relay group of Rochford, Josh Silva, Kayky Barbosa and Coelho (3:45.48).
The Gloucester boys and women are back again in action later on this week at the Division 4 State Satisfy at Notre Dame Academy in Hingham. The meet starts on Thursday and finishes up on Saturday.