Milford’s Robinson rolls to Dartmouth Relays win
What a weekend it was for a handful of area athletes at the prestigious Dartmouth Relays.
Milford’s Lauren Robinson, the University of Alabama-Birmingham commit, rolled to victory in the championship mile. The senior rolled in 5:08.46.
Souhegan’s sensational freshman Chloe Trudel sparkled, making a name quickly for herself on the boards with a third place in the two mile at 11:14.52.
Trudel also ran a leg on the Sabers’ distance medley team that took third place overall. She teamed with senior Arielle Zlotnick and fellow underclassmen Emma Herrera and Sophia Lunati for a 13:10.38
Anchored by Robinson, the Milford girls finished sixth in the distance medley relay in 13:24.90. Joining her were freshman Abbey Halloran, Meg Sawyer and Ashleigh Matsis.
While competing in the “unseeded” long jump, Milford High senior Victor Garcia showed he could be a dangerous performer the rest of the way into the spring, soaring 20-7 for second place.
Milford girls win
The Milford High girls took first overall, dominating a 14-team meet at Plymouth State on Sunday with 80 points.
The freshman, Halloran, came right back from Saturday at Dartmouth to win the 1000 in a time of 3:33.27.
Other Spartan individual wins came from Renee Wilson in the long jump at 18-10 and Robyn Krafft in the shot put at 34-5.
Robinson also came back from Saturday’s sparkler, placing second in the 1500, just missing the win at 4:49.43.
Wilson, who was fifth in the dash, and her senior teammate Sawyer were 3-4 in the 300. Matsis and Jona Velazquez went 3-4 in the 600.
Milford swept all three relays.
Samantha Sullivan joined Krafft, Sawyer and Wilson in the 4×200 win. Leslie McGrath and Grace Carpenter teamed with Sawyer and Matsis in the 4×400, while Robinson, Halloran, Velazquez and Lori DeMambro delivered the 4×800 victory.
Souhegan took fourth with 30.5 points.
Katie Noyes was second in the dash at 8.0 seconds and fourth in the long jump at 14-8.75. Lunati was second in the 1000 at 3:37.77. Trudel was third in the 1500 at 5:04.31.
The Milford and Souhegan boys competed on Saturday at UNH. Milford placed sixth with 18 points.
Alex Addonizio was runner up in the high jump.
Mason Arseneau finished fourth in the 3000 run. Caeleb Fortunato, Cyrus Adl-Zarabi, Aidan Robie and Zackary Naun were fourth in the 4×400 relay. The girls placed fourth with 11 points. Lexi Labour was the team’s highest finisher with a third place in the 3000 run.
Souhegan finished ninth with seven points. Christian Hall placed third in the high jump. The girls were eighth with seven points. Maddy McFee was runner up in the high jump.