By Steev Riccardo
The Shepherd Hill Rams earned a clean sweep in the Southern Worcester County League Indoor Track Championship Meet last Wednesday Feb. 1) at Tantasqua Regional in Fiskdale.
Stella Worters set a league mark in the 2-mile run and also won the 1,000 meters, while teammates Kaleigh Durkan won the mile run and Emily Thibaud won the 600 meters, leading the Rams girls team.
Oxford’s Shelby Stretton finished fourth in the two-mile run, while Bartlett’s Kellie Powers held her own with a sixth place finish.
Rocco DiStefano and Nikita Truhanovitch of Bartlett
Emily Dawidczyk, who has dominated the 300 meters all season, continued her prowess with a big win.
Bartlett senior Alicia Garamy, who has had a strong season and shone on Wednesday, won the girls shot put.
On the boys’ side, the Rams’ Lee Harmon used an incredible final lap to win the two-mile run and Dan Stomski won the mile run for the victorious Shepherd Hill boys’ team.
Bartlett’s Nikita Truhanovitch continued his supremacy winning the 55-meter hurdles. Rocco DiStefano came in third in the 55-meter dash, while Truhanovitch came in sixth in what was a very fast field.
DiStefano also came in second in the 300 meters.
The Indians Arthur Hackenson, who was a strong competitor all season in the shot put competition, finished second overall.
The Tantasqua facility, one of the best around, had its best spectator turn- out, with fans coming from all over Southern Central Mass for the event.
The Championship meet included the following schools: Auburn, Bartlett, David Prouty, Grafton, Leicester, Millbury, Northbridge, Oxford, Shepherd Hill, Southbridge, Uxbridge, and host Tantasqua.
Kathryn Dobois, Jessica Bourassa and Gina Roderick of Oxford
Amy Panczyk and Alexis Poderworny
- Saturday, 04 February 2012
- Posted in Categories: : Sports