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Several Hingham athletes competed at the MIAA Division 2 Outdoor Track Championship at Merrimack College, and there were lots of great performances and personal records set.    

Results can be found HERE.  These are the athletes who scored (top 8 performers in each event):

 The team of Bryce Botelho, Griffin Coppola, Ryan Gates, and Will Matthews finished second in the boys 4x400 in a seasonal record of 3:26.92, the sixth-fastest time in school history.  

* Emma Mills, the school record holder in girls 100 hurdles, finished second in that event in a seasonal record 15.08.

* Nina Crean finished tied for second in the girls high jump with a personal record leap of 5-4, which is tied for third best in school history.

* Kelsey Tarby finished third in the girls 400 in a seasonal record of 59.32, and was sixth in the triple jump with a leap of 35-6.75.

* Margaret Lowther finished fifth in the girls 200 in a personal record of 26.05, the fifth-fastest time in school history.

Bryce Botelho was fifth in the boys 400 in a personal rexord of 50.77, the fifth-fastest time in school history.  

* The team of Angelina Palek, Jasai Shakespeare, Nina Crean, and Emma Mills was fifth in the girls 4x100 in a time of 50.41

* The team of Margaret Lowther, Clare Lowther, Sarah Kelly, and Kelsey Tarby was fifth in the girls 4x400 in a time of 4:07.89.

* Brendan O'Horo was seventh in the boys pole vault with a leap of 11-0.  

Congratulations to everyone who competed -- you made Hingham proud!



by posted 05/29/2023
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