June 06, 2015 @ Brown Stadium in Providence, RI
The La Salle Academy boys nearly had a trio go under 9 minutes at the Loucks Games last month in New York. That same trio of Jack Sailsbury, Matthew Bouthillette, and D.J. Principe racked up considerable points for their team in the distance races as they led La Salle to the school's first outdoor state title since 1978.
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La Salle Academy had plenty to be proud about as they won their first outdoor state title since 1978.
- Donatien Djero (Central HS Providence) won the state title in the 100m (10.98) and helped his team win 4x100 title, he's only a sophomore!
- The boys of La Salle Academy cleaned house in the mid distance and distance events. Jack Salisbury one of only 3 juniors invited to the dream mile, won the boys 1500m state championship in a close race to teammate Matt Bouthillette. Salisbury also won the boys 800m title with a time of 1:55.25, while Bouthillette took the 3000m title in 8:32.10. The runs led La Salle to their first outdoor state title since 1978!
Eliza Rego (R) and Sheridan Wilbur (L) of La Salle Academy swept the 1500m, running 4:32.42 and 4:33.24, respectively.
- La Salle Academy's distance runners Eliza Rego and Sheridan Wilbur go 1-2 in the 1500m, 4:32.42 to 4:33.24. Senior Wilbur also wins the 3k in 9:56.54, breaking the state meet record by less than one second.
- Quashira McIntosh ups her state title count to 15 in her senior year. The Hope HS athlete sweeps the 100m (11.82), 200m (24.32) and 400m (55.44). The 100m and 400m times are new RI State Records!
- Freshmen Tereza Bolibruch (North Kingstown RI) won the 100mH (14.90) and took 2nd in the 300mH (46.86). Bolibruch also competed in the long jump.
- Alva Hicks of Classical capped off her senior year in style! Hicks won her third consecutive discus title and second straight shot put (39-09.25) title to become a 5 time state champion! Her mark of 147-09 was a new state record. Hicks also competed in the javelin and hammer throw.