A number of Connecticut athletes won titles at the New England Track and Field championships at the University of New Hampshire Saturday.
For the girls, Bulkeley sophomore Terry Miller won the 100 meters (11.97) and the 200 meters (24.43). Jillian Mars of Bloomfield won the 400-meter title (56.25). Rocky Hill’s Elizabeth Stockman won the 1,600 meters in 10:44.99. Northwest Catholic’s Katherine Jacobs won the 100 hurdles (14.84) and the Windsor 4×100 team of Cori Richardson, Tia Marie Brown, Camille McHenry and Shavanice Green was the runner-up (48.90).
Bloomfield’s 4×400 team of Jahleah Harris, Jahlia Banton, Jillian Mars and Jayden Gibson won the title (3:57.46) and Southington senior Megan Biscoglio won the pole vault (12-3) and teammate Amanda Howe won the discus (141-9) and was fourth in the shot put (40-11 ½).
On the boys side, Jevin Frett of Manchester won the 400 (48.62) and his 4×400 team of Joe Pearl, Willy Joyner and Shawn Akomeah won the relay title (3:21.85).
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Avon’s Tyler Hahn finished second in the combined boys and girls field of 30 players, shooting even-par 71. Jack Boatright of Fairfield Ludlowe was third (73), followed by Jackson Fretty of Greenwich (76).
Conard-West Hartford teammates Luke Carroll and Matt Chorches finished in a fifth-place tie with Hall’s Mac Mahoney, Darien’s Calvin Smith and Coginchaug’s Tyler Woodward at 77. Bridget Barnsley of Amity-Woodbridge was the top-finishing girl at 84. She was followed by Waterford’s Caroline Petchark at 88. The tournament field was a combined 30 players – 24 boys and six girls.