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Canton boys track on verge of setting new record for consecutive wins

Canton's Wyatt Campbell takes the handoff from John Solomon in the 4x400 relay at a meet earlier this year.

Canton’s Wyatt Campbell takes the handoff from John Solomon in the 4×400 relay at a meet earlier this year.

COVENTRY, May 6 – With victories in 15 of 18 events, the Canton High boys track and field team is on the verge of setting a new school record for consecutive victories. The Warriors won their 47th straight dual meet on Tuesday with victories over league rivals Coventry, 125-25 and Sport Medicine Science Academy, 139-9.

That ties the mark set by the Canton field hockey team from 1991 to 1993, which won 47 consecutive games. The boys cross country team won 37 in a row from 2008 to 2011. The longest winning team by a girls program is 22 straight wins by the girls basketball team in the 1998 season.

Canton’s boys track team (9-0, 9-0 NCCC) hasn’t lost a dual meet since 2010. Canton can set the record next Tuesday when they host Somers and Bolton at home. The final dual meet in the NCCC this season for the Warriors will be Tuesday, May 20, at Ellington when the Warriors take on Ellington (8-1) and Granby (4-5).

Ellington was the last team to beat Canton in the 2010 season finale.

On this Saturday, Canton will be competing at the 83rd Greater Hartford Invitational in Simsbury, which will feature dozens of teams and hundreds of competitors.

On Tuesday, Canton’s depth was overwhelming against Coventry, Sports Medicine Science Academy and the American School for the Deaf. Canton declined to score against ASD.

Keith Wilson (javelin, long jump) and Colin Martin (100, 400) each won two events for the Warriors. Nico Tuccillo (200), Matt Sullivan (3,200), Cam Daley (110 hurdles), Wyatt Campbell (300 hurdles), Ian LaClair (shot), John Graziano (discus), Devin Glasson (high jump) and Steve Oliver (pole vault) won individual events for Canton.

The Canton High girls track team improved to 6-3 on the season with a 87-62 win over Coventry and a 102-34 win over Sport Science Medical Academy. Eliza Chekas (1,600), Lucy Tanner (300 hurdles, high jump) and Emily Chouinard (pole vault) each won events for Canton, which finished second in 10 of 14 individual events.

Avon boys and girls sweep
AVON – The Avon High girls track team extended its winning streak to 28 straight dual meets with easy victories over Somers, 129-16 and Windsor Locks, 138-5 on Tuesday. Avon improves to 10-0 on the season. The Avon High boys track team improved to 7-3 with a 90-56 win over Somers and a 95-40 decision over Windsor Locks.

BOYS
Canton 125, Coventry 25
Canton 139, SMSA 9
Coventry 108, American School for Deaf 28
Coventry 76, SMSA 62
SMSA 100, ASD 28
At Coventry
4×800: Canton 9:24.3, SMSA 10:34.4
4×100: Canton 47.1, ASD 50.2, Coventry 50.9
100: Colin Martin (Can) 11.4, Keith Wilson (Can) 11.6, Kevyn Brown (S) 12.2
200: Nico Tuccillo (Can) 23.9, Wyatt Campbell (Can) 24.5, Cam Daley (Can) 24.6
400: Colin Martin (Can) 53.5, Nico Tuccillo (Can) 54.0, Chris Milner (Cov) 56.1
800: Conor Ratte (Cov) 2:06.1, Dean Yost (Can) 2:06.8, James Yost (Can) 2:07.5
1,600: Alex Norstrom (Cov) 4:50.6, Zach Oliver (Can) 5:07.1, Ethan Porter (Can) 5:08.6
3,200: Matt Sullivan (Can) 11:31.0, Ethan Porter (Can) 11:31.2, Sean McHugo (Cov) 12:26
110 hurdles: Cam Daley (Can) 16.6, John Solomon (Can) 18.5, Patrick Dolan (Cov) 19.0
300 hurdles: Wyatt Campbell (Can) 45.3, John Solomon (Can) 46.5, Chevaughn Smith (S) 46.9
Shot: Ian LaClair (Can) 37-6½, Quinten Permenter (Can) 37-3½, Pearse Walsh (Can) 37-3
Discus: John Graziano (Can) 122-04, Devin Glasson (Can) 119-4, William Briggs (Can) 113-5
Javelin: Keith Wilson (Can) 137-6, Quinten Permenter (Can) 104-2, Colby Buehler (Can) 99-4
Long jump: Keith Wilson (Can) 18-0, Dustin Van Kirk (Can) 17-3, Justin Raposa (S) 16-10
High jump: Devin Glasson (Can) 5-2, Elijah Estes (Cov) 4-6, Colin Martin (Can) 4-6
Triple jump: Chance Loricco (Cov) 36-1, Justin Raposa (S) 35-10, Cam Daley (Can) 35-0
Pole vault: Steve Oliver (Can) 9-0, Chance Loricco (Cov) 8-0, Aiden McCue (Can) 7-0
4×400: Canton 3:43.5, Coventry 3:44.6, Canton B 4:11.3
Records: Canton 9-0, Coventry 6-4, 5-4 NCCC; SMSA 1-8, 0-8 NCCC. NOTE: Canton did not score against ASD.

GIRLS
Canton 87, Coventry 62
Canton 110, SMSA 36
Coventry 120, American School for Deaf 19
Coventry 102, SMSA 34
SMSA 56, ASD 55
At Coventry
4×800: Coventry 11:09.5, Canton 11:37.6
4×100: Canton 53.9, Coventry 1:00.1, SMSA 1:02.5
100: Joy Padget (S) 12.7, Lucy Tanner (Can) 13.3, Amber Harraden (Can) 13.7
200: Joy Padget (S) 26.8, Alex Martin (Can) 28.0, Emily Mitchell (Can) 28.9
400: Rachel Pouliot (Cov) 1:04.1, Alex Martin (Can) 1:04.3, Abby Briggs (Can) 1:07.3
800: Rachel Pouliot (Cov) 2:36.3, Eliza Chekas (Can) 2:39.3, Megan Hurley (Can) 2:42.0
1,600: Eliza Chekas (Can) 5:58.8, Brianna Belekewicz (Cov) 6:09.3, Heather Strauss (Cov) 6:11.0
3,200: Brianna Belekewicz (Cov) 13:43.6, Emily Jarra (Can) 14:05.4, Jocelyn Russitto 14:45.7
100 hurdles: Eugenia Weaver (S) 16.5, Emma Skinner (Can) 18.1, Ashley Keeney (Cov) 18.5
300 hurdles: Lucy Tanner (Can) 50.4, Eugenia Weaver (S) 52.8, Lindsay Milligan (Can) 55.3
Shot: Kaylee Favre (Cov) 24-11, Brenna Marquis (Cov) 23-6, Julia Thompson (Can) 23-4
Discus: Kassandra Wilk (S) 81-2, Julia Thompson (Can) 75-6, Kaylee Favre (Cov) 66-6
Javelin: Kassandra Wilk (S) 70-2, Kaylee Favre (Cov) 70-0, Brenna Marquis (Cov) 64-10
Long jump: Lexie Hanrath (Cov) 14-2, Emily Mitchell (Can) 13-9½, Jenilee Marques (A) 13-9
Triple jump: Lexie Hanrath (Cov) 31-10, Amber Harraden (Can) 28-10, Abbe Skinner (Can) 28-4½
High jump: Lucy Tanner (Can) 4-6, Abbe Skinner (Can) 4-4, Jeanne Gaudette (Cov) 4-0
Pole vault: Emily Chouinard (Can) 6-6, Lindsay Milligan (Can) 6-6
4×400: Canton 4:33.7, Canton B 4:35.4, Coventry 4:35.5
Records: Canton 6-3, Coventry 5-5, 4-5 NCCC; SMSA 1-8, 0-8 NCCC: NOTE: Canton did not score against ASD

 

Gerry deSimas, Jr., is the editor and founder of The Collinsville Press. He is an award-winning writer and has been covering sports in Connecticut and New England for more than 30 years. He was inducted into the New England High School Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2018.

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