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Bishop Guertin

Boys track

BG relay team sets team record at nationals

The Bishop Guertin High School boys 1,600 meter Sprint Medley relay team recovered from a poor initial baton exchange and just avoided disqualification to break the school record, running a time of 3:48.13 at the New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, N.C., on Sunday.

Mike Devereux, who has committed to play football at Case Western Reserve, and junior Jack Barowski ran the opening 200 meter legs, while junior Alex Arika ran the 400 meter leg and Robert DeSisto, who has committed to run for New York University, anchored the Cardinals in the final 800 meters.

Girls track

BG’s 800 team snaps school mark in NC

The Bishop Guertin High School girls 800 meter Sprint Medley Relay team broke the school record, running a time of 1:54.88 at the New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, N.C., on Sunday.

The team was led by sophomore Christina Pelletier and junior Carolyn Nichols, who ran 100 meters each. They were followed by the 200-meter run of sophomore Meaghan Wilson and junior Gabby Richardson’s anchor run of 400 meters.

CORRECTION

Saint-Amant was part of North’s 4x100 relay team

Sunday’s edition of The Telegraph incorrectly stated that Walter Torres participated in New Englands for Nashua High School North. Torres opted to attend his high school graduation and was actually replaced on the sixth-place foursome by Chad Saint-Amant.

The Titans 4x100 relay was actually run by Saint-Amant, William Goulding, Michael Pagan and Zakari Jenkins.

Goulding, Pagan and Saint-Amant skipped graduation to attend New Englands.