Burlington 50 –Watertown 36
Burlington Girl’s High School Track Team back on Track
On Wednesday night January 19 at the Lexington Field House, the Burlington girl’s track and field team won a close meet to Watertown. In the two mile, Jaclyn Jensen and Allison Pflanz took second and third place with times of 13:23.8 and 14:17.8, respectively. In the high jump, Burlington was swept and the score was now 14-5 Watertown. In her first 1000m race, Erin Reilly showed her flexibility by winning the race with the league’s best time of 3:12.4. Brianna MacDonald came in second in 3:42.5. In the 600m, Kristin Humphreys won her race with a dominating run of 1:49.7. Danielle Coveno came in third in 1:54.9. The tandem of Ashley Steadman, Taylor Steinberg and Corinna DiSanto swept the shot put with throws of 35’ 6.5”, 29’ 5” and 27’ 5”, respectively. The sweep gave the team a 21-15 lead. In the 300m, Gam Dhliweyo came in second in 48.2 and Nicole Hardy came in third in 48.7. Jennifer Hamvas ran away with the mile with a winning time of 5:52.5. Lauren Boyle came in third in 6:19.7. In the Hurdles, Jennifer Sheldon and Katie O’Connor came in second and third with times of 7.1 and 7.3, respectively. In the dash, Elizabeth Burkhart and Devon Doherty came in second and third with times of 6.1 and 6.3, respectively. In the relay, the team of Kristin Humphreys, Eva Mayo, Nicole Hardy and Erin Reilly won the race with a time of 4:33. The win gives the girls a 7-1 record with their last meet against the undefeated Lexington squad in three weeks.