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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Phommachanh leads Sabers over John Stark

Track

Souhegan 63, John Stark 60 (from 5/23)

On Friday, the Sabers had one double winners in the boys’ meet. Nilan Phommachanh won both the high hurdles(17.8) and the pole vault(8-0). Other first places were recorded by Sebastian Eaton in the 400m (55.6), Thomas Lipkin in the 800m (2:16.9), Mitchell Greany in the 1600m (5:07.7), Alex Glavin in the high jump (4-10), and Nick Tabor in the discus (106-1). Aaron Stonebraker contributed to the win with three second place efforts. He was second in the shot (37-3 1/2) and the discus (102-7), and also jumped (31-4 1/2) for second in the triple jump. Other second places were Sergey Clay in the pole vault (8-0), Logan Landrum in the 800m (2:18.7), and Mike Casey in the 400m (56.2). ...

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Souhegan 63, John Stark 60 (from 5/23)

On Friday, the Sabers had one double winners in the boys’ meet. Nilan Phommachanh won both the high hurdles(17.8) and the pole vault(8-0). Other first places were recorded by Sebastian Eaton in the 400m (55.6), Thomas Lipkin in the 800m (2:16.9), Mitchell Greany in the 1600m (5:07.7), Alex Glavin in the high jump (4-10), and Nick Tabor in the discus (106-1). Aaron Stonebraker contributed to the win with three second place efforts. He was second in the shot (37-3 1/2) and the discus (102-7), and also jumped (31-4 1/2) for second in the triple jump. Other second places were Sergey Clay in the pole vault (8-0), Logan Landrum in the 800m (2:18.7), and Mike Casey in the 400m (56.2).

John Stark 68, Souhegan 65 (from 5/23)

The girl Sabers had two double winners. Esther Johnson continued her winning ways in both the shot (31-11) and the discus (98-4). Hannah Howe was first in both the pole vault (7-0) and high hurdles (19.5). Miclyn Noorda triple jumped to first place (28-5 1/2), while Olivia Richer high jumped to first (4-4). Julia Apika ran (2:47.8) for her first place in the 800m. The girls recorded six second place efforts. Melissa Paladino was runner-up in both the 1600m (6:14.0) and the 3200m (14:06.7). Carly Seguin ran to second in the 800m (2:56.0). Rosie Garvey had two second places in the jumps, the high (4’ 4”) and the triple (26-3 1/2). The remaining second was Sam Prue in the pole vault (5-6).