This past week, Hopkinton took down Holliston in both Boys and Girls Track and set themselves up in good position to take the TVL Large title. Hopkinton Boys outscored Holliston 78-58 while the GIrls outscored Holliston 81-55.
Boys Coach, Brian Prescott talked about the close win for the boys team: “Going into his final javelin throw, senior captain Ben Powers was in second place with a season best throw of 135′ 3.5″. Ben needed five more feet to win the event and he got 6. With a throw of 141′ 4.5″, Ben took first place and helped the Hillers turn the tide in the closest meet of the season so far.”
Top 3 Hopkinton finishers in each event: Boys: 400 M Hurdles – Dan Logan (3rd), 100 M Dash – Elan Rosen (1st), Ethan Camplin (2nd), 1 Mile – Alex Brown (2nd), Ian Cann (3rd), 400 M Dash – Devin Kelly (2nd), Julien Fernandez (3rd), 110 M Hurdles – Dan Logan (1st), Harrison Prucher (2nd), 800 M – Cody Ottinger (2nd), 200 M – Elan Rosen (1st), Devin Kelly (2nd), Chris Benham (3rd), 2 Mile – Alex Brown (1st), Ian Cann (2nd), Sam Cote (3rd), Shot Put – Sam Lozeau (2nd), Young Wang (3rd), Javelin – Ben Powers (1st), Long Jump – Tommy Bernardin (1st), Ethan Champlin (3rd), Triple Jump – Robby Bernardin (2nd), Discus – Garrett Powers (3rd), High Jump – Elan Rosen (1st), Casey McClean (2nd).
Top 3 Hopkinton finishers in each event: Girls: 400 M Hurdles – Gaby Weilding (1st), Sowmya Karthikeyan (2nd), 100 M Dash – Ashley Donnelly (1st), Hailey Tolson (2nd), 1 Mile – Schuyler Gooley (1st), Abigail Fischer (3rd), 4X100 relay – Hopkinton Wins, 400 M – Caroline Estella (1st), 100 M Hurdles – Maggie Allen (1st), Rachel Nordling (3rd), 800 M – Olivia Jones (1st), Grace Joy (2nd), 200 M – Delaney Mick (1st), Hailey Tolson (2nd), 2 Mile – Schuyler Gooley (1st), Javelin – Tess Bouvier (1st), Sarah Furlong (2nd), Long Jump – Hailey Tolson (1st), Angie Grabmeier (2nd), Triple Jump – Angie Grabmeier (1st), Discus – Sierra Schlussel (3rd).
In the video below, view clips from the meet and also the top finishers in each event.