The MIAA state outdoor track meet performance list was recently released. The following are the athletes representing Boston public schools.
21. Jalhen BienAmie, Boston Latin, 11.34.
22. Sekou Stuppard, Latin Academy, 23.34.
17. Mehki Williams, O’Bryant, 11.54.
18. Arrik Bell, Dorchester, 60.24.
4x100 meter relay
20. O’Bryant (George Gomez, Mehki Williams, Duncan Malone, Rhondell Teesdale, Brian Donna, Ricky Preston), 46.84.
9. Arrik Bell, Dorchester, 6-0.
26. Duncan Malone, O'Bryant, 39-4
23. Duncan Malone, O'Bryant, 122-2.
1. Kevin Facey, Burke, 10.94; 12. Bless Amedoadzi, South Boston, 11.34; 15. Brandon Newton, Burke, 11.44; 26. Stephen Lang, West Roxbury, 11.64; 44. Steven Thomas, New Mission, 11.84; 47. Garrette Stulz, South Boston, 11.94; 55. Scifo Campbell, South Boston, 12.04.
27. Dewaye Rogers, South Boston, 24.04; 28. Steven Thomas, New Mission, 24.04; 29. Prince Collins, Burke, 24.14; 30. Joseph West, Snowden, 24.14; 34. Maurice Parnell, West Roxbury, 24.24.
16. Stephen Lang, West Roxbury, 53.04.
4x100 meter relay
11. Burke (Brandon Newton, Prince Collins, Ayowale Aduayi, Kevin Facey, Omotoyosi Oyedeji), 46.14; 17. South Boston (Scifo Campbell, Bless Amedoadzi, Dewaye Rogers, Garrette Stulz, Carson Passe, Terrell Rogers), 46.54; 28. Snowden (Shaquan Richards, Joseph West, Harris Victor, Craig Wilder, Ibrahim Bah), 47.54.
25. South Boston (Carson Passe, Jeffrey Alcantra, Terrell Rogers, Hakine Walcott, Quayshaun Owens), 3:47.14.
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