ORR got wins from Madeline Scheub in the 600 (1:51.27), Madison Martin in the 1-mile (5:52.76), Avery Nugent in the 2-mile (12:43.54) and Brooke Santos in the 55 hurdles (9.09). The Bulldogs’ 4×400 relay was also first in 4:35.82.
Apponequet’s Emilia Lauzon won the 300 in 44.65, while teammate Vayna Doyle won the high jump at 5-foot-0.
Wareham’s Chayla Ewing defended her conference title in the 55 with a 7.75 time, beating the Lakers’ Jordan McClowsy by a thousands of a second. The Vikings got third-place finishes from Renneanna Dillen in the 1-mile (6:00.59), Taylor Gerbig in the high jump (4-10) and their 400 relay team (Adriana Santos, Natalia Moulding, Rawding, Ewing) in 4:45.64.
For Fairhaven, Sam Hathway won the 1,000 in 3:25.42, Sam Fernandes was second in the 1-mile in 5:53.05 and Brooke Douglass was third in the 55-meter hurdles in 9.39. All three will compete in the Div. 5 State Championship on Friday at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
On the boys side, Dighton-Rehoboth claimed a conference crown with 85.5 points. Old Rochester placed second with 65, followed by Case (59) in third, GNB Voc-Tech (42) in fourth, Apponequet (28) in fifth, Seekonk (14) in sixth, Wareham (10) in seventh, Fairhaven (6) in eighth and Bourne (0.5) in ninth.
The Bulldogs’ Danny Renwick won the 55 hurdles (7.96) and the high jump (6-foot-6), while Apponequet’s Aidan MacSweeney won the 1-mile (5:11.68) and Wareham’s Bradley Harunkiewicz won the shot put (45-11). The Bears got wins from Dejury Amado in the 55 (6.71), Noah Martni in the 300 (38.13) and the 4×400 relay (Devon Santos, Amado, Matt Cummings, Martin) in 3:45.91.
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