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Milton Track: Almost at the Season’s Finish Line

by on Friday, May 19th, 2017

This season has proved successful for both the girls’ and boys’ track teams. Both teams entered ISLs on May 14th as projected top-scoring teams. Out of the 11 schools competing, the boys’ team ended up with a 5th place finish while the girls’ finished 2nd.

Although the boys’ team did not find the cumulative success they were hoping for, their scores were competitive. They finished behind Roxbury Latin by only six points. Additionally, they finished only 19 points behind the second place finishers Tabor Academy and Thayer Academy. This finish was thanks in part to the strong upperclassmen leadership on the team.

The Milton boys’ track program holds ISL records in the 4×100 meter relay and the pole vault. Mike Silva (I) and Jailen Branch (II) were both part of the 4×100 relay team that were the ’16 champions and hold the overall record for the event. Jailen also qualified for the 100m dash and ended with an impressive 5th place finish and a time of 11.26 seconds. He also placed 5th for long jump with a distance of 19-09.00. John Minicus (II) won the long jump for Milton with a distance of 20- 07.00. John also placed 2nd in the triple jump, narrowly missing 1st place by less than an inch. He also found success in the Javelin throw, easily defeating the competition and bringing Milton another 1st place finish.

Lok Ngai Ho (II) competed in the 110 meter hurdles, finishing 6th with a time of 17.79 seconds. He also placed in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 43.93 seconds. On the distance side, there were many strong finishes. Captain Teddy Beaudoin (I), Lok Ho (II), Peter Marangos (II) and Stephen Irving (IV) ran the 4×400 meter relay and finished 5th. Their time was only 0.36 seconds behind the 4th place finishers, Belmont Hill. Stephen Irving (IV), the only freshman of all schools to compete in the 400 meter dash, placed 3rd for that event with a time of 52.72 seconds. As a sprinter, +hurdler, and relay runner, the coaches believe that Stephen will be instrumental to the team’s success in coming years.

The girls’ team saw success that was unprecedented in previous years. Captain Cate Robertson (I) said, “we had great participation from all four grades and really benefitted from how many new girls came out this year adding depth to the team that we haven’t had in the past.” The team went into ISLs as strong contenders and came out with a solid 2nd place win. They defeated the other 7 teams easily, winning by a margin of almost 60 ahead of the 3rd place finishers, Middlesex. Milton girls’ won the 4×100 meter relay, 400 meter dash, 300 meter hurdles, shot put, discus throw and javelin throw. The 4×100 meter relay was run by Manciana Cardichon (III), Cianna O’Flaherty (III), Olayeni Oladipo (III) and Cate Robertson. They ended with a 1st place finish and an impressive time of 50.89 seconds.

Milton also had impressive showings in the 100 meter dash where Cate Robertson and Manciana Cardichon finished 3rd and 4th with times of 13.44 and 13.48 respectively. Cianna O’Flaherty defended her ’16 win in the 400 meter dash and won again with a time of 59.84. Milton placed 3rd in the 4×400 meter relay, run by captain Jennifer Costa (I), Lily Wright (III), Kenya Mathieu (III) and Cianna O’Flaherty. Furthermore, Milton girls’ had a very strong showing in the field events. Amanda Ofulue (IV) won both the shot put and discus throw, dominating both events. She has also broken both school and ISL records in her first season. Finn Congdon (I) won the javelin throw and had a strong performance in shot put. Although senior leadership was instrumental in making this team a success, there are many strong underclassmen who will propel the team to future wins. Cate Robertson believes that the team “should be in very good shape for next years season too!” Coaches are equally excited at the girls’ team becoming more of “a force” than ever before.

Overall, the Milton track season has been extremely successful. Junior Varsity ISLs are on May 17th and both teams will compete at New Englands on May 19th. Based on past wins, both teams have potential for a strong showing at their last meets of the season.

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