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Canton boys, Avon girls extend long dual meet winning streaks

Canton's John Solomon won three events to help the Warriors extend its long dual meet winning streak to 70 in a row Tuesday in Canton.

Canton’s John Solomon won three events to help the Warriors extend its long dual meet winning streak to 70 in a row Tuesday in Canton.

CANTON, April 12 – John Solomon and Dustin Van Kirk each won three events to lead the undefeated Canton High boys track and field team to three victories Tuesday over former conference rival Avon, 94-55, Granby and Hartford’s Sport Science Medical Academy.

Solomon swept the 100 meters, 300 hurdles and high jump while Van Kirk captured the long jump, triple jump and 110 hurdles. Cameron Neeley won the 800 meters for the Warriors (5-0, 4-0 NCCC) while Stephen Oliver won the pole vault. Canton extended its school record dual meet winning streak to 70. The Warriors haven’t lost a dual meet since the final event of the 2010 campaign.

Stephen Oliver (pole vault) also won for Canton, which beat Avon for the sixth straight year. This is Avon’s first year in the Central Connecticut Conference.

Geoff Kirk won three events for Avon (2-1), sweeping the shot put, discus and javelin. Kirk’s throw of 149 feet, six inches in the discus was the second-longest in school history. Avon’s Charles Morse threw 159 feet, 10 inches in the discus against Northwest Catholic in 1972.

Kirk beat Canton’s William Briggs by 11 inches to win the discus. Kirk’s throw of 45-10 also beat Briggs in the shot. Kirk’s throw of 148-7 beat Canton’s Will Carlson by 13 feet in the javelin.

Andrew Suter won twice for Avon, sweeping the 1,600 meters and 3,200 meter races. Zach Bortfoff also won two events, grabbing the 400 meters, beating Granby’s Noah Cox by less than a second, and the 800 meters.

It was the season-opening meets for Avon, Granby and SMSA.

Avon's Carly Regalado swept the two hurdles races as the Falcons extended their dual meet winning streak to 46 in a row.

Avon’s Carly Regalado swept the two hurdles races as the Falcons extended their dual meet winning streak to 46 in a row.

In the girls competition, Avon (3-0) extended its school-record dual meet win streak to 46 straight with victories over Canton, 111-34; Granby, 94-49, and SMSA, 131-11. Avon’s last defeat came at the hands of Suffield in the 2012 campaign.

Carly Carpino and Carly Regalado each won two individual events while Paige Lombardi (javelin), Ryley Higgins (1,600), Molly Lahaie (800) and Audrey Worth (pole vault) each won individual events. The Falcons also swept all three relay races – the 4×800, 4×100 and 4×400 meter races.

Carpino won the long jump and triple jump while Regalado swept both hurdles races, taking the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles contests. Riley Abate came up with a pair of second place finishes in the 100 and 200 meter races.

Canton (2-3, 2-2 NCCC) was led by Amber Harraden, who won in the shot put with a throw of 28-7 feet and Mia Tuccillo, who captured the discus with a throw of 70-8 feet. Lucy Tanner finished second in the 300 hurdles and high jump while finishing third in the 100 hurdles. Emily Mitchell was second in the long jump and third in the 100 meters.

Canton 106, Granby 44
Canton 126, SMSA 21
Canton 94, Avon 55
Avon 82, Granby 63
Avon 124, SMSA 16
Granby 114, SMSA 30
At Canton
4×800: Canton 9:19.12, Granby 9:23.79, Avon 10:04.80
4×100: SMSA, Canton 47.39, Granby 47.83
100: John Solomon (C) 11.88, Andrew Blackmore (A) 12.0, Kevyn Brown (S) 12.21
200: Noah Cox (G) 24.95, Kevyn Brown (S) 25.24, Joseph Wix (G) 25.26
400: Zach Bortoff (A) 55.93, Noah Cox (G) 56.55, Griffin Hammack (G) 57.87
800: Zach Bortoff (A) 2:14.99, Cameron Neeley (C) 2:16.42, William Groskritz (G) 2:19.04
1,600: Andrew Suter (A) 5:00.23, Aidan O’Donnell (C) 5:10.06, Cameron Neeley (C) 5:13.80
3,200: Andrew Suter (A) 10:23.16, Aidan O’Donnell (C) 10:53.01, William Rice (G) 10:54.82
110 hurdles: Dustin Van Kirk (C) 16.96, Blake Breglia (S) 18:39, Andrew Mascoli (A) 18.90
300 hurdles: John Solomon (C) 43.28, Blake Thompson (A) 47.62, Mason Love (A) 48.36
4×400: Granby 3:49.44, Canton 3:59.84, Avon 4:03.34
Long jump: Dustin Van Kirk (C) 18-10¾, Cameron Lange (C) 18-8, Copper Hernsdorf (G) 18-1½
Triple jump: Dustin Van Kirk (C) 38-10, Cameron Lange (C) 36-10½, Mason Love (A) 36-2½
High jump: John Solomon (C) 5-10, Cameron Lange (C) 5-8, Mattew Gondek (A) 5-2
Pole vault: Stephen Oliver (C) 10-6, Dylan Dingivan (G) 10-0, Charles Batan (C) 8-6
Shot put: Geoff Kirk (A) 45-10, William Briggs (C) 41-4½,Mark McDermott (G) 34-2
Discus: Geoff Kirk (A) 149-6, William Briggs (C) 148-5, David Bigrelli (G) 96-6
Javelin: Geoff Kirk (A) 148-7, Will Carlson (C) 135-4, William Briggs (C) 119-6
Records: Canton 5-0, 4-0 NCCC, Avon 2-1, Granby 1-2, 1-1 NCCC, SMSA 0-3, 0-2 NCCC

Avon 111, Canton 34
Avon 97, Granby 49
Avon 131, SMSA 11
Granby 72, Canton 67
Granby 105, SMSA 21
Canton 94, SMSA 19
At Canton
4×800: Avon (Maddie Sides, Jamie Rubenstein, Ashley Martin, Ryley Higgins) 10:48.75, Avon B 11:08.52, Granby 11:53.94
4×100: Avon 53.39, Canton 53.87, Granby 54.37
200: Brianna Hoyt (G) 28.06, Riley Abate (A) 28.27, Carly Carpino (A) 28.51
100: Brianna Hoyt (G) 13.18, Riley Abate (A) 13.24, Emily Mitchell (C) 13.80
400: Jennifer Koo (A) 1:06.11, unknown (G) 1:06.56, Abby Briggs (C) 1:07.44
800: Mollie Lahaie (A) 2:37.89, Jessica Grace (G) 2:46.07, Taylor Ann Jacobs (A) 2:54.84
1,600: Ryley Higgins (A) 5:41.07, Kennedy Baggott (G) 5:44.15, Rachel Martin (A) 5:47.06
3,200: Kennedy Baggott (G) 12:17.39, Christina Martin (A) 12:19.66, Sara Leavens (A) 12:27.97
100 hurdles: Carly Regalado (A) 17.02, Nicole Szilagui (G) 17:18, Lucy Tanner (C) 17.72
300 hurdles: Carly Regalado (A) 49.83, Lucy Tanner (C) 51.49, Hayley Douglea (A) 54.72
4×400: Avon 4:37.11, Canton 4:40.47, Granby 5:03.47
Long jump: Carly Carpino (A) 15-3.75, Emily Mitchell (C) 14-8, Cardine Millenberger (G) 13-10
Triple jump: Carly Carpino (A) 32-3, Hayley Douglea (A) 31-3.5, Amber Harraden (C) 31-2.75
High jump: Brianna Hoyt (G) 4-8, Lucy Tanner (C) 4-6, Rachel Kadis (G) 4-2
Pole vault: Audrey Worth (A) 8-0
Shot put: Amber Harraden (C) 28-7, Jamie Lepito (A) 24-3.75, Lucille Papile (G) 22-8.5
Discus: Mia Tuccillo (C) 70-8, Julia St. Amand (S) 65-0, Leah Jackman (A) 58-10
Javelin: Page Lombardi (A) 76-6, Julia St. Amand (S) 74-7, Mackenzie Stahl (G) 69-4
100 wheelchair: Stephanie Marquez (S), Helen Newman (G)
200 wheelchair: Stephanie Marquez (S), Helen Newman (G)
400 wheelchair: Stephanie Marquez (S), Helen Newman (G)
Records: Canton 2-3, 2-2 NCCC; Avon 3-0, Granby 2-1, 1-1 NCCC; SMSA 0-3, 0-2 NCCC

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.

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