News Alert
2-Alarm Fire at Cross Street Residence

Photo Gallery: Malden Track Outpaces Medford

The Golden Tornadoes girls and boys track squads both earned convincing wins over archrivals Medford in a GBL meet at Macdonald Stadium yesterday.

As far as high school rivalries go, Malden versus Medford is right up there with any of them, and while the Mustangs may have gotten the best of Malden High in some arenas this spring, track is not one of them.

The Golden Tornadoes boys and girls track teams both earned lopsided wins against the Mustangs yesterday in a Greater Boston League meet at MacDonald Stadium, with the Malden boys running to a 116-19 win, while the girls prevailed 119-14.

For the Malden boys Daniel Gould won the two-mile with a time of 11:38.5, Tyler Williams took the hurdles in 15.9 seconds, Yvanolf Damice took the 100-yard dash in 11.9 seconds, Yusef Muhamed won the 800 at 2:13.5, Claude Bonnet captured the top prize in the 400 at 60.4 seconds and Kelvin Tsang won the 200 at 24.4.

Also scoring for the Golden Tornado boys were Witche Exilhomme, who took the shot put with a throw of 33 feet and four inches and the javelin with a toss with 164-1, Ravix Dupervil, who took the long jump and triple jumps events with leaps of 16-9 and 36-9 respectively, Germain won the high jump at 5-6 and Sam La who won the discus with a throw of 92-8.

The Mustangs scorers included Mark Aime who won the intermediate hurldles with a mark of 67.1, Brian Bourne who won the mile at 5:03, the 4x100 relay team and Patrick Coughlin who placed third in the hurdles at 20 seconds flat. Larry Keating came in third in the 200 with a time of 27.6, and did likewise in the javelin at 86-5 and Even Nevers who took third in the high jump at 5-4.

The Malden Girls were led by Cynthia Antenor, who won the intermediate hurdles with a time of 1:19.4, and the long jump with a jump of 12-10, while Jessica Vo took the two-mile 13:51.9. Haley DeFillipis captured the 800, Jacqueline Bouley won the 400 (62.8), Wendy Tse took the mile (6:33.4) and Alexandra Mathieu won the discus and shot put with throws of 88-6 and 28-9 respectively.  Norma Bourque took the high jump at 4-4, while Kim Nguyen won the triple jump at 28-8.

Medford’s scorers included Francesca Spirito who won the 200 with a time of 3.5 seconds, and Katherine Ellersick who took second in the 400 (63.1). Ariana Fiorello came in second in the 100, while Winny Kwong took down second place in the two-mile run at 14:10.8.

Next up for both schools will be the Greater Boston League Championship meet.


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »