New England Championship Indoor Event-by-Event Recap

Girls Field

Long Jump

Kiyanni Simas came in as the big favorite after leaping past the 19-0 mark in a few recent MIAA meets including the state championship. Though she didn't get there at New England's, an 18-5 was enough to give her the title over CT champ Mariella Schweitzer who added a silver in the long jump to go with here bronze in the 55H and 5th in the 300m. Only an inch separated bronze medalist Emily Rubio from Erin Brennan, hurdles champ Jodi Parrott, and Lauren Boyd, who all had a top jump of 17-10.25.

1 	Kiyanni Simas 	        11 	Milford High School 	18-05.00
2 	Mariella Schweitzer 	12 	Joel Barlow HS 	        18-02.25
3 	Emily Rubio 	        12 	Pentucket Regional  	17-11.25
4 	Erin Brennan 	        12 	Sheehan High School 	17-10.25
5 	Jodi Parrott 	        12 	Andover High School 	17-10.25
6 	Lauren Boyd 	        11 	Smithfield High School 	17-10.25
7 	Alyvia Caruso 	        12 	Gorham High School 	17-06.00
8 	Bridget Lee 	        11 	Braintree High School 	17-05.25
9 	Mikaela Langston 	12 	Mt. Ararat High School 	17-03.00
10 	Jacqueline Edoro 	12 	Classical High School 	17-03.00
11 	Audrey Kozak 	        11 	Shelton High School 	17-02.00
12 	Riley Paskow 	        12 	Silver Lake Regional  	16-11.75 

High Jump

Although listed 13th in the seeding sheets coming in, Audrey Kirkutis could just as easily have been listed 3rd among a big group of twelve jumpers who cleared 5-2 at their state meets. Kirkutis was 2nd at the CIAC Open, but she had topped 5-6 a week earlier in the Class LL meet, so a PR of 5-7 to win New England's was certainly not a shocker. Shaylin Murphy made an even bigger leap from a best of 5-2 up to 5-6 to take the silver. MA champ Emily Rubio notched another bronze to go with her LJ medal as she PR'ed at 5-5, the same height scaled by Mari McBride and CT champ D'Jior Delisser.

1 	Audrey Kirkutis 	11 	Conard High 	        5-07.00 
2 	Shaylin Murphy 	        11 	Maloney High School 	5-06.00 
3 	Emily Rubio 	        12 	Pentucket Regional 	5-05.00
4 	Mari McBride 	        12 	Lexington High School 	5-05.00
5 	D'jior Delisser 	12 	Bloomfield High School 	5-05.00
6 	Tia Stapleton 	        11 	Fairfield Ludlowe 	5-03.00 
7 	Rosa Linda Volpintesta 	11 	Bethel High School 	5-03.00 
8 	Lia Frazee 	        12 	Belfast Area HS 	5-03.00 
9 	Elizabeth Murphy 	12 	St. Raphael Academy 	5-01.00 
10 	Emma Green 	        12 	Gorham High School 	5-01.00 
11 	Jennifer Williams 	12 	Old Rochester Regional 	5-01.00 
12 	Celia Kulis 	        12 	Wilmington High School 	5-01.00  

Shot Put

Julia Tulimieri was runner-up in the MA state championship, but she blasted a 41-5 toss that was well over two feet beyond her previous best to win the New England shot put championship. Marina Perry was a quarter inch off her PR, and it earned her the silver. Freshman Brooke Serat seems to be rounding into shape as a very well rounded athlete between sprints, jumps, and the shot put, and though she was 7th in the MIAA championship, with scratches she got the chance to go to New England's and add almost 3 feet to her SP PR for the bronze. Tulimieri's sophomore teammate Skye Petrie-Cameron also set herself for the future with a 4th.

1 	Julia Tulimieri 	12 	Newton North HS 	41-05.00
2 	Marina Perry 	        12 	Rocky Hill High School 	39-01.75
3 	Brooke Serak 	        9 	Bishop Feehan HS 	38-10.25
4 	Skye Petrie-Cameron 	10 	Newton North HS 	38-08.50
5 	Olivia O' Connor 	12 	Hillhouse High 	        38-08.00
6 	Jenna Bard 	        12 	North Andover HS 	37-10.50
7 	Savannah Soleau 	12 	East Lyme High School 	37-04.50
8 	Estella Inman 	        12 	Windham High School 	37-00.50
9 	Alyssa Yankee 	        11 	Cumberland 	        36-02.00
10 	Jennifer Whipple 	12 	Bacon Academy 	        35-04.00
11 	Lindsay Isaacs 	        12 	Wachusett Regional  	35-02.50 
12 	Vanessa Connolly 	12 	Portland High School 	34-08.25

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