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Lincoln-Sudbury Girls Win DCL Indoor Track Championships

L-S and Dual County League record in 1,000 meters broken.

Saturday at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston the Lincoln-Sudbury girls indoor track team capped its undefeated DCL season by winning the Dual County League Championship Meet by a margin of 10 points over second place Acton-Boxborough, 80-70. Perennial L-S rival Newton-South finished third with 43 points.

Trailed closely by A-B throughout the meet, L-S sealed the victory by holding off A-B in the relays.

Lauren Ready led the scoring for L-S with 22.5 points.  Madison Acton, Marika Crowe and Andrea Keklak each contributed 12.5 points.

First places:

  • 600m: Madison Acton (1:38.08)
  • 1000m: Andrea Keklak (2:50.15)
  • Mile: Marika Crowe (5:11.06)
  • 55m hurdles: Lauren Ready (8.64)
  • Long jump: Lauren Ready (16-05.75)
  • 4x400m relay: Ready, Crowe, Acton, Keklak (3:59.36)

Keklak's 1000m time is an L-S and DCL record, and is currently the second fastest in the nation for this season.

In the 4x400m relay, L-S was the only team to finish faster than 4:00.

Other scoring by the L-S girls:

  • 600m: Emily Rudder (4th, 1:42.98)
  • 1000m: Bryn Miller (6th, 3:15.38)
  • High jump: Leah Potter (4th, 4-08.00)
  • Shot put: Emily Rudder (5th, 30.07)
  • 4x200m relay: Caeleigh Georges, Tori Kohler, Briana Bisson, Sarah Mepham (5th, 1:53.65)
  • 4x800m relay: Meri Kohler, Kaileigh McGuire, Bryn Miller, Emily Rudder (2nd, 10:18.92)

In the boys meet, L-S finished 5th with 50 points contributed by many athletes.

Scoring for the boys:

  • 55m: Scott Papapietro (3rd, 6.77)
  • 300m: Clay Russell (2nd, 1:25.87), Anderson Koenig (5th, 1:26.57), Joshua Kerber (6th, 1:27.77)
  • Mile: Matt Barnes (4th, 4:38.87)
  • 2 mile: Conor Daley (5th, 10:01.90)
  • 4x200m relay: (1st, 1:34.70)
  • 4x400m relay: (6th, 3:45.55)
  • 4x800m relay: (4th, 8:42.25)

Next up for the indoor track teams: The Division 1 Championships on Friday at the Reggie Lewis Center.

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