Tag Archives: Boys Indoor Track

Solomon, Whittingslow win silver medals to help Canton take fifth in Class S

NEW HAVEN, Feb. 12 – The Canton High indoor track and field program is beginning to reap the benefit of its new outdoor track and field facility that opened in November 2014. While the field athletes couldn’t pull out the equipment and use it during the winter, the work they did in the spring helpedContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Four Avon athletes finish in top 10 at CCC championship meet

NEW HAVEN, Jan. 30 – The Avon High indoor track and field teams made their debut at the Central Connecticut Conference tournament Saturday at the Floyd Little Athletic Center. And the competition is fierce. A year ago, Bloomfield won the Class S girls title, Glastonbury won the Class LL girls title and Tolland captured the ClassContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton recognized with a Michaels Achievement Cup for 2014-15 success

CHESHIRE – Canton was one of 20 Connecticut high schools recently recognized with a CIAC Michaels Achievement Cup for outstanding achievement in athletics during the 2014-15 school year. Simsbury, Lewis Mills, Northwest Catholic, St. Paul and Northwestern Regional were other regional schools recognized with the Michaels Achievement Cup. The schools were recognized for achievements inContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton boys earn three silver medals at Class S championship meet

NEW HAVEN, Feb. 12 – The Canton High boys track and field team earned its third straight top 10 finish at the Class S indoor track and field championships Thursday at the Floyd Little Athletic Center at Hillhouse High. The Warriors finished fifth for the second straight year with 26 points. Bloomfield won the ClassContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Hamel leads Avon girls to 2nd place finish in NCCC; Canton boys also take 2nd

NEW HAVEN, Jan. 19 – A year ago, the Avon High girls indoor track team won all four relay events on the way to their second straight NCCC championship. This winter, the Falcons aren’t as deep. Avon didn’t win a single relay as Stafford beat the Falcons by nine points, 93-84 to win the NCCCContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Record-breaking Canton relay team finishes 13th in New England

BOSTON, March 1 – Canton High’s 4×400 boys relay team broke its own school record at the 27th annual New England indoor track and field championship meet Saturday at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center on the campus of Roxbury Community College. The squad of senior Wyatt Campbell, senior Colin Martin, junior Riley Hollis andContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton relay team takes fifth, earns bid to New England championships

NEW HAVEN, Feb. 17 – Canton’s 4×400 relay team and senior hurdler Keith Wilson earned bids to the New England championships in Boston on March 1 with top six performances at Monday’s State Open indoor track and field championship meet at the Floyd Little Athletic Center. The relay team finishing fifth at the State Open withContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Avon’s sprint medley relay takes 2nd at Class M indoor track championships

NEW HAVEN, February 7 – Avon High’s sprint medley relay team finished second at the Class M girls indoor track and field championships Friday night at the Floyd Little Athletic Center at Hillhouse High. The sprint medley relay team of Tara Shayler, Chamiyah Rowland, Jennifer Koo and Maddi McHugh ran the race in 4:30.58, theContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Area athletes aiming for state titles at CIAC meets

State championship meets will be held this weekend at the Floyd Little Athletic Center at New Haven’s Hillhouse High for indoor track and field teams from across Connecticut. Simsbury will be competing in the Class LL championship meet on Saturday at 10 a.m. with Canton and Granby racing in the Class S meet on SaturdayContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Avon girls grab 2nd straight NCCC title; Canton boys finish second

NEW HAVEN – There are no team trophy presentations at the NCCC indoor track and field championship meet. But, it’s not hard to find the championship team. Look for the team with athletes that have lots of medals dangling around their necks. You didn’t have to look much farther than the Avon High girls andContinue ReadingContinue Reading