Track & Field
Athletes pass midseason test at Coe-Brown
CV’s Cadorette finishes second in shot put, while Mascenic’s Fafard places 3rd in 3,200 meters
The Coe-Brown Black Bear Invite is always a good measuring stick for prospective state level athletes.
And Saturday’s results showed that many are ready for the big challenge at the end of May.
With athletes from 22 schools competing in one of the largest regular season meets of the season, ConVal and Mascenic made the trip for the all-day event.
ConVal junior Coty Cadorette finished second out of 29 competitors in the shot put, finishing with a throw of 43 feet, seven inches — just two inches shy of his previous season best. He was also sixth in the discus.
Mascenic sophomore Tim Fafard placed third in the 3,200 meters in 4:45.15 and now owns the fastest time among all Division III runners in the event. Fafard took seventh in the 1,600.
ConVal senior Nawyn Meas was fifth in the discus and 10th in the javelin.
Mascenic senior Elizabeth McGurk finished fifth in the 3,200 in 11:47.45 and like Fafard, owns the fastest time in D-III.
ConVal junior Haley Zanga was eighth in the 100-meter hurdles, 18.38 seconds, and teammate Lara Matthias placed seventh in the 300 hurdles, 52.66.
ConVal junior Selina Baldwin finished ninth in the girls javelin with a distance of 86 feet, 7.5 inches.
Corey Barrett, a junior at ConVal, was eighth in the 200 meters in 24.5 seconds, while Stas Maksimikhin placed ninth in the 400, 55.3 seconds. Teresa Morano was 10th in the girls 400 and Shannon Glidden was 10th in the 1,600.
Duke Ammon placed 10th in the boys triple jump.
ConVal travels to Sanborn today, while Mascenic will compete at Gilford on Thursday.