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Algonquin wins varsity track invitational

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

 

Hudson High School's Rachel Davis clears the bar at 4 feet 6 inches.  Davis' team placed sixth in the high jump.

Hudson High School's Rachel Davis clears the bar at 4 feet 6 inches. Davis’ team placed sixth in the high jump.

Region – Shrewsbury High School hosted the girls’ track and field Varsity District Invitational April 27 in Shrewsbury.? The girls competed in several track and field events including javelin, discus, long jump, and hurdles.

Algonquin Regional High School placed first with 93 points, Wachusett Regional High School came in second with 71 points, and host Shrewsbury High School's 69 points put them in third place. Hudson High School was right behind with 33 points (fifth place), while Westborough High School's 26 points put them in seventh place.

(Photos/Chris Wraight)

Shrewsbury High School's Kesley Shea lets her shot put go; Shea tossed it 31 feet 1 inch to help her team place second to Marlborough in the event.

Shrewsbury High School's Kesley Shea lets her shot put go; Shea tossed it 31 feet 1 inch to help her team place second to Marlborough in the event.

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