Massachusetts (MIAA) Eastern Division 1 Outdoor Championships

Durfee, MA

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D1 Recap: Top Seeds Don't Disappoint May 28, 2012

Dominance. How can one school with different coaches produce two dominating performances on the same day at the same meet? Perhaps it was a fluke coincidence. Perhaps it was something in the water. Or, perhaps it's the tradition of track and field at a school with three Hall of Fame Coaches and dozens of state meet trophies in the trophy case. That school is Newton North. And to the surprise of virtually nobody at Durfee High School on Sunday, that double was performed by Jim Blackburn's Tigers (64) and Joe Tranchita's Lady Tigers (95.5). Acton-Boxboro, meanwhile, took runner-up in both meets (55 for the boys, 62 the girls), with Lincoln-Sudbury (45 boys, 56 girls) taking 3rd in both as well.

MIAA Divisional Performance Lists May 22, 2012

The MIAA has posted the Performance list for this upcoming weekend ! Plese check back here for more information as it arrives to Massmilesplit.

D1: It's All Newton North ! May 28, 2012

Eventually, one of these days it has to happen. Newton North’s Carla Forbes will come up short in a track meet.   Forbes showed yesterday at the MIAA Div. 1 Track & Field Championships that it’s not bound to happen any time soon. The Tiger standout erased the meet records in both the triple jump (41-2) and the long jump (19-3-½) on the way to leading Newton North to its second consecutive team title. Joe Tranchita’s crew was nothing short of devastating, putting up a whopping 95.5 points to leave runner-up Acton-Boxboro a distant second with 62 points.   With the medals from the Div. 1 meet collected, Forbes can now concentrate on state meet and the nationals on June 9, where she’ll be looking to add the outdoor title in the triple jump after capturing the indoor title in March.“I definitely think I’m ahead of last year experience wise,” said Forbes. “Our training has been just as consistent as last year. It’s (nationals) going to be a little scary, a little more nerve racking. I have a feeling that there are going to be a lot people who weren’t there (at indoor nationals).

2012 MIAA D1 Outdoor Championships - Girls 100m Dash Final May 28, 2012

1 Robitaille, Briana 11 Attleboro 12.13 10 2 Henson, Amanda 10 Barnstable 12.48 8 3 Genard, Nicole 12 Somerville 12.50 6 4 Bernard, Anchella 11 Cambridge R&L 12.66 5 5 Simpson, Nikayla 10 Brockton 12.75 4 6 Finley-Moise, Tulie 11 Lexington 12.88 3 7 Nna, Uche 10 Framingham 12.94 2 8 Leslie, Kristi 11 Acton-Boxbor 13.07 1

2012 MIAA D1 Outdoor Championships - Girls 100mH Final May 28, 2012

1 Clerveaux, Vanessa 12 Brockton 14.19* 10 2 Wong, Kayla 12 Newton North 14.49 8 3 Isidor, Melissa 11 New Bedford 14.76 6 4 Montiero, Patricia 11 Brockton 15.34 5 5 McNamara, Meghan 12 Chelmsford 15.47 4 6 Donahue, Mary 12 Braintree 15.53 3 7 MacDonald, Racquel 12 Revere 15.56 2 8 Comeau, Courtney 10 Andover 15.90 1

2012 MIAA D1 Outdoor Championships - Girls 200m Final May 28, 2012

1 Henson, Amanda 10 Barnstable 25.53 10 2 Anderson, Laquasia 12 Brighton 26.13 8 3 Phieffer, Katie 11 Bridgewater- 26.25 6 4 Neville, Milan 12 Brockton 26.33 5 5 Moen, Wilhelmina 12 Boston Latin 26.40 4 6 Pronovost, Maddie 11 Brookline 26.67 3 7 Franks, Cydney 10 Brockton 26.77 2 8 Halliday, Talia 10 Brockton 27.32 1

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