Class LL Virtual Meet

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The Class LL Championships will be this Saturday at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven with a start time of 10 am. 

Check out the Class LL start list to see where each athlete is entered in the meet.  

Meet Records

Boys Class LL Records

Girls Class LL Records

Danbury boys have won the last five Class LL titles and they are favored to win their sixth straight.  As they have done it in the other 14 championships they have won since 1998, their strength is their depth.  They are the top seed in the 4 x 200, 4 x 400m and sprint medley relays along with the Sean-Michael Parkinson in the 300m and Malcolm Going in the 600m race.

William Landowne of Staples is having a great season and currently has the #2 time in the country of 8:31 from the Yale Invitational.  He is the top seed in the 1000m, 1600m and 3200m.  He If he goes for the team point and triples, it will certainly help his team's chances.  But if he only does one or two events, he could take down any meet record

Staples certainly can come away with a highlight or two.  Chet Ellis has already cleared 6'8 in December which ties for the 12th best high jump in the country.  With the meet record only a quarter inch higher, that record could be in jeopardy  as well.

The Danbury girls are the defending Class LL champions and have returned a very strong team.  But they an into an incredibly powerful Greenwich team last week at FCIACs who outscored them 122- 100.  The Cardinals are led by Senior Emily Philippides who is the top seed in the 1000m, 600m and 1600m and will most like scratch one of those events to run a relay.  They have the top seeds in all four relays and have big contributors in most events.  

The Lady Hatters will rely on their strong relays, distance star Lauren Moore, and their deep squad of long jumpers if they hope to repeat.  

One of the biggest events include Danbury's Celyna Custodio and Amanda Howe of Southington who have both broken 40 feet in the shot several times this season.  While the meet record of 45 ft might be a out of range (might be), there are two other girls, Marley Marston of Newton and Susie Okoli of Wilbur Cross who have thrown over 38 feet and the finals should be quit a show.  

Another Southington star is Megan Biscoglio who has already cleared 12'1 in the pole vault this winter and has a great shot at the meet record of 11'7.  While she has already qualified for the New Balance Nationals Emerging Elite in the event, her ultimate goal is 12'4 to make the championship section.

Another record might be reached if junior Allyson Lewis of Norwich Free Academy is able to duplicate her season best of 5'6 from the SCC Coaches Invitational.  


Projected Boys Class LL Team Scores

PLACETEAMPOINTS
1Danbury High School82
2Shelton High School44
3Staples High School41
4Trumbull High School29.5
5Ridgefield High School29
6Hamden High School22
7Fairfield Prep High School21
7Norwich Free Academy21
7Southington High School21
10Glastonbury High School20
11Xavier High School18
12Fairfield Ludlowe17.33
13Fairfield Warde15
14Manchester High School14
15Newtown High School13.83
16Norwalk High School11
17Cheshire High School10
18Brien McMahon High School9.5
19East Hartford High School8
20Greenwich High School6
21Simsbury High School5
22Conard3.5
23Westhill High School2.33
24Enfield High School1



Projected Girls Class LL Team Scores


PLACETEAMPOINTS
1Greenwich High School111.33
2Danbury High School81
3Fairfield Ludlowe57.5
4Southington High School30.33
5Glastonbury High School30
6Hamden High School27
7Newtown High School26.33
8Norwich Free Academy21
9Brien McMahon High School19.33
9Ridgefield High School19.33
11Shelton High School13.5
12Norwalk High School11.33
13Conard7.83
14Manchester High School4
15East Hartford High School2
16Amity High School1.5
17Fairfield Warde1
18Staples High School0.33
18Trumbull High School0.33


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