Schools: Marin powers Wave girls’ track team over Turners

  • Greenfield’s Victoria Marin soars in the long jump during the Green Wave’s meet at Turners Falls Tuesday. Marin had a distance of 14.8. Recorder Staff/Matt Burkhartt

  • Greenfield's Victoria Marin competes in the high jump during their meet at Turners Falls Tuesday, May 9, 2017. Recorder Staff/Matt Burkhartt

  • Greenfield's Amy Muniz competes in the high jump during their meet at Turners Falls Tuesday, May 9, 2017. Recorder Staff/Matt Burkhartt

Recorder Staff
Published: 5/9/2017 11:33:31 PM

Victoria Marin won four events on Tuesday and Greenfield High School picked up a 101-38 win over Turners Falls High School in an Intercounty League girls’ track and field meet in Turners Falls.

Greenfield won all but one event on the day, led by Marin, as well as getting three wins from sisters Sarah O’Sullivan and Amy O’Sullivan and two others from Courtney Danielson and Dina Samake.

Marin won the 100-meter dash in 13.9 seconds, the 200 in 30.1, the long jump at 14 feet, 8 inches, and the high jump at 4-4. Sarah O’Sullivan captured the 400 (1:11.4), triple jump (29-3) and pole vault (8 feet), while Amy O’Sullivan won the 800 (2:34), mile (7:31) and 2-mile (15:26).

Danielson captured both the 400 low hurdles (85.3) and the javelin (90-1), and Samake won the discus (72-6) and the shot put (25-9).

Dabney Rollins won the 100 high hurdles in 21.7 seconds for the lone Turners Falls win.

The Greenfield 4x100 relay quartet of Amy Muniz, Kacia Kinsmith, Kaity Moore and Kylah Coke crossed first in 62 seconds. Coke, an eighth-grader, stepped in and handled the anchor duties for the squad in their victory.

Mahar 123, Pioneer 22

Mahar 90, Putnam 54 — Maeve Powell and Kianna Reilly each won two events on Tuesday to lead Mahar Regional School to a pair of victories during a girls’ track and field meet at the Woodward Complex in Orange.

Mahar defeated Pioneer Valley Regional School, 123-22, in an IL meet, and the Senators earned a 90-54 win over Putnam in an independent meet.

Powell won the shot put (31-6¼) and the javelin (78-3) for Mahar, while Reilly won the triple jump (33-7) and the high jump (5-0). Karmyn Reilly won the long jump (14-7½) in both meets and also posted a solid time of 13.2 seconds in the 100, and a time of 28.3 seconds in the 200, which helped her win both events against Pioneer.

Elina Gordon-Halpern won the discus (80-1), and Sienna Moore won the pole vault (7-6). Emma Currier captured the mile in 5:59.9, and Anna Wetherbee won the 800 (2:38.3). Hannah Paul won the 400 hurdles (79.6) against Pioneer, and Aileen Fitzgerald won the 2-mile (14:23.8) against Putnam.

Pioneer’s Lily Van Baaren won the 2-mile in 14:08.9, while Liesel Nygard won the 100 hurdles (20.2).

Girls’ tennis

Greenfield 4, Mohawk 1 — Several tight wins propelled Greenfield High School to its first Tri-County League North victory of the season on Tuesday.

The host Green Wave dropped just one match en route to a 4-1 win over Mohawk Trail Regional High School at the Davis Street Courts.

“It was a great win for the girls up and down the whole lineup,” said Greenfield coach Ben Johnson.

Jenna Silk held on for a nail-biter at first singles to lead the Wave (2-5, 1-5 TCL). She edged Mohawk’s Lilly Seaver, 6-2, 1-6, 7-6 (7-4) in a match that took over three hours.

Lilya Georgista was also a winner at No. 2 singles for the Wave, claiming a 7-6 (7-1), 6-2 victory over Mary Monohon.

The Warriors (2-5, 1-4) picked up their lone victory at third singles, where Emelia Seaver took a three-set win over Greenfield’s Leah Bosco after dropping the opening set, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2.

Greenfield swept the doubles with the No. 1 tandem of Alyssa Garvin and Ngawang Tridytsang earning a 6-3, 6-4 win. The second doubles team of Katherine Fortin and Ana Blagadarenco were 6-2, 7-5 winners to close things out.

Chicopee Comp 3, Turners 2 — Despite winning two of the three singles, Turners Falls High School fell just shy in its quest to be the first TCL North team to knock off Chicopee Comprehensive High School on Tuesday. The Powertown was edged, 3-2, in a home match by the Colts.

Alysha Wozniak won a three-setter at first singles for Turners (3-7, 1-3 TCL), edging Arriana Hasiuk for a 2-6, 6-2, 6-1 victory. Hailey Trott also won a singles match at No. 3, where she held off Anna Korman, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4.

Kaili Lynch and Carlie Kretchmar teamed for a close loss at first doubles, where they were edged 6-3, 3-6, 6-1.


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