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Girls outdoor state track performance list

Posted by Justin Rice  May 22, 2013 02:57 PM

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The MIAA state outdoor track meet performance list was recently released. The following are the athletes representing Boston Public Schools:

Division 1
Saturday at Andover High

200-meter dash
11. Kenedy Barnwell, Boston Latin, 26.54

Division 2
Saturday at Notre Dame Academy (Hingham)

400-meter dash

2. Ashley Lewis, Latin Academy, 58.66

800-meter run
22. Britney Firmin, Latin Academy, 2:27.70

4x100 meter relay
27. Latin Academy, 54.64

4x400-meter relay
22. Latin Academy, 4:28.24

Division 3
Sunday at Pembroke High

100-meter dash
4. Juleen Lewis, O'Bryant, 12.84

Long jump
9. Juleen Lewis, O'Bryant, 16-08.25

Triple jump
14. Juleen Lewis, O'Bryant, 33-10

3. Kiana Daley, O'Bryant, 107-04; 33. Rachel White, O'Bryant, 86-6

Division 4
Sunday at North Reading High

100-meter dash
24. Maria Lewis, Snowden, 13.34; 25. Esther Nkwah, New Mission, 13.34; 26. Joclyn Harris, South Boston, 13.34; 34. Sirania Reid, South Boston, 13.54; 35. Elizabeth Lewis, West Roxbury, 13.54; 43. Hirmine Francois, West Roxbury, 13.64.

200-meter dash
1. Daitannah Smith, South Boston, 25.74

400-meter dash
28. Marika Thompson, South Boston, 65.04

4x100-meter relay
2. South Boston (Marika Thompson, Sirania Reid, Joclyn Harris, Daitannah Smith), 51.42

Long jump
28. Esther Nkwah, New Mission, 15-4

Triple jump
8. Esther Nkwah, New Mission, 34-01; 36. Marika Thompson, South Boston, 31-7; 39. Vanessa Vilbert, Snowden, 31-6.

11. Daitannah Smith, South Boston, 103-08

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