Results Courtesy of Lancer Timing
This weekend several NHTF athletes headed to Boston University for the Terrier Classic. In recent years many of NH’s best compete unattached against college and adult athletes in search of their best performances and national qualifying performances.
Keene’s Chris Stevens and Hollis-Brookline’s Samuel Bruneau dropped a 7.12 and 7.14 respectively in the same heat. They both doubled back in the 200 with Stevens clocking a 22.16 and Bruneau crossing in 22.54.
Coe-Brown’s Jamie Lano forced the issue in his heat of the mile placing 2nd in 4:16.15. Bedford’s Jacob Redman soon followed blasting a 4:16.43 also from the front. Considering Lano and Redman their range is ridiculous. Both have run 2:28 in the 1k, both now have run 4:16 in the mile. Perhaps Lano has the edge with the 8:41 3k, but, wow, it would be awesome to see these 2 toe the line in any 1 of the three events! One of the positives, Redman has committed to Northeastern, while Lano has signed with UMASS-Lowell, which mean we can continue watching these guys push each other in Boston for the next several years!
Matthew Giardina of BG ran an 8:35.76 in the 3k. Con-Val’s Will Simard broke 9 as well with an 8:56.01 while Coe-Brown’s Sanjith Nomula clocked a 9:01.85.
Oyster River’s dynamic duo of Haley Kavanagh and Mackenzie Cook both slipped under 5:00 in the mile with Kavanagh crossing solo in 4:58.02 and Cook windmilling to a 4:59.90. Of note, watch for Cook’s younger sister, Madalyn who posted a 5:32.95.