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New England Championships -Boys Preview Jun 8, 2012

The New England Championship might have a little different feel to it this year, as some athletes from around the region might feel compelled to skip, due to later than normal state meets, or simply the proximity of US Juniors and New Balance Nationals. Nevertheless, the talent is incredible, and in the country's last true region, a championship might be more meaningful, and tougher to attain, than ever before.

Defending champions looking to repeat Jun 7, 2012

Many of the top high school track and field athletes in New England will travel to Saco, Maine on Saturday to compete in the New England High School Championship meet.  It’s not often that this many talented athletes are in one spot to compete against each other, so you can expect plenty of fast times, big throws, and soaring heights.

Maine dominates the distance races Jun 10, 2012

Brockton’s Vanessa Clerveaux was never shy this spring in stating that her goal in the 100-meter hurdles was to dip under the 14-second barrier. It didn’t happen at Tuesday’s state championship where she banged a hurdle mid race and held off a charging Kayla Wong of Newton North for the win.At Sunday’s 67th New England Interscholastic Track Championships, Clerveaux’s performance on the Thornton Academy track couldn’t have been more different.The Boxer senior was the second seed to New Hampshire state champion Betsy Garnick of Bishop Guertin coming out of the heats and got off to a career start in the final to pull away from Garnick to defend her title and break the meet record with a scalding 13.96.

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