Highlights from the class indoor track championships in Connecticut:
* Bloomfield (Conn.)
swept the Class S boys and girls meets with 68 and 65 points, respectively, both by more than 30 points. The girls did it with wins from Rayanna Relerford in the 300 meters (41.34 seconds), Tiffany Harrison in the 600 (1:40.07), Karina Foster in the shot put (35 feet, 11 inches) and the 4x400 relay (4:06.96). They showed incredible depth, placing three in the top eight of some events multiple times. It was the same for the boys, winning the 4x400 relay (3:34.64) and getting firsts from Jamie Tobias in the high jump (6-6) and Trey Taylor in the shot put (50-5).Visit MaxPreps' new National Track and Field page
* Jake Scinto of Cheshire (Conn.)
doubled in the high jump and long jump at the SCC Tournament last week and repeated the feat at the Class LL Championships with a high jump of 6-5 and a long jump of 22-9.
girls dominated Class LL with 94 points and a winning margin of 48.5, as Lindsay Crevoiserat broke the 1,600 meet record by more than 4 seconds with a 5:00.38. In Class LL boys, Connor Rog of Fairfield Prep (Conn.)
doubled in the 1,600 (meet record 4:21.80) and 3,200 (9:36.66).
* Kellie Davis of Hillhouse (New Haven, Conn.)
didn't triple at the middle distances as she did in the SCCs, but she broke the meet record in the 1,000 (2:56.34) and placed second to Jackie Nicholas of Nonnewaug (Woodbury, Conn.)
in the 1,600 (winning time, 5:12.68) and third to Kathleen Ferrall of Guilford (Conn.)
in the 3,200 (11:16.19).
* Dan Nestor of Hand (Madison, Conn.)
set a Class L meet record in the 1,600 meters with a 4:18.17, improving on the previous mark by 4 seconds.