Spartan Boucher crushes shot put

The Milford High boys and girls track teams had a busy Sunday morning up a UNH, with the girls taking third and the boys finishing 5th among 13 teams in an indoor meet.

Michael Boucher was the lone individual winner for the Spartans on the day, heaving the shot 42-11.5.

Blake Audibert was second in the 1000 at 2:46.34 and Victor Garcia took fourth in the long jump 18-3.75.

Both boys relay teams scored with the 4×160 team of Matt Hannon, Garcia, Josh Shaw and Ben Valliant fourth in 1:21.84. The 4×400 team of Garcia, Shaw, Valliant and Cam O’Shaughnessy was third in 3:48.24.

The lone girls winner Sunday was the 4×400 relay team of Rebecca Dunham, Robyn Krafft, Renee Wilson and Meg Sawyer, who rolled home in 4:27.44.

Leslie McGrath grabbed second in the high jump, clearing 4-8, while Krafft earned third-place points in the shot put at 31-11.25. Wilson was fourth in the long jump at 14-5.25.

Also the 4×160 team of Krafft, Sawyer, Wilson and Dunham were third in 1:32.84.

It was a busy weekend for Durham, who spent Saturday at the Yale Invitational. There, she was third in the 3000 meters at 9:52.57 and fifth in the mile at 5:12.0.

The Souhegan girls were first and Bishop Guertin second during the 13-team afternoon indoor sessions.

Souhegan’s Abby Cranney rolled in the 300, at 43.84, nipping teammate Elise Lambert, who was right behind in second at 44.84.

Jane Leighton won the 1000 handily with a 3:10.44 clocking.