Woodland girls pulled off a six-peat by defeating Derby
108-93. Seymour came in a close third,
only two points out of the runner up spot.
Woodland was led by junior Erika Michie who won the 55m and finished 2nd in the 300m, both in personal record times of 7.62 and 44.54. She then finished off the evening with another gold in the 4 x 400m.
Jade Brennan added to the Hawks dominance in the sprints by winning the 300m in 43.66 and contributing to a 2nd place finish in the 4 x 200m and a win in the 4 x 400m.
Derby dominated the distance events and were led by Kiley Rodiriguez who won the 1000m, 1600m and 3200m. Rachel Fleischer took the 600m in 1:42.80 and Rodrirquez led a 1-2-3 sweep in the 3200m. Along with wins in the 4 x 800m and sprint medley relays, Derby earned 92 of their 93 points in multiple lap races on the track.
Derby boys once again denied Woodland a sweep of the titles as they defended their title with a 98= 86 victory.
Ken Little won the 1000m in 2:41.65 and Steven Stanley took the 1600m in 4:53.57. They finished the day by going 1-2 in the 3200m with Little taking the title in 10:39, one second ahead of his teammate. Along with wins in the 4 x 800m and the sprint medley, the two seniors were involved in 58 of Derby's 98 points.
Admin Otajagic of Seymour took the shot put with the fourth best throw in the state of 48-08.00.
Torrington junior Dylan Myrie established himself as a contender for a spot at New Englands, jumped 21-04 which is the 5th best jump in CT.
The Sacred Heart sophomore Edward Williams has a bright future as a hurdler and won the 55HH in 7.88, good for the 5th best time in the state.