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St. John's triumphs in track meet

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Leaping the Hurdles

Westborough High School's Matt Wilichowski (#745, left), shown here competing against North Middlesex Regional High School's Michael Niemi (#448, right) in the Boys 110-meter hurdles preliminaries, won the hurdles final with a time of 15.44 seconds. Andrew Churchill of Quabbin Regional High School is in the background and did not finish.

Shrewsbury – The 52nd annual Fred Warren District E Boys Class Track Meet was held May 11 at Shrewsbury High School. St. John's High School was the Class A winner with 101.60 points. Wachusett Regional High School was second with 87 points, and Algonquin Regional High School's 76 points gave them third place. Host Shrewsbury High School earned fourth place with 53.60 points; Westborough High School took seventh place with 34 points; and Marlborough High School was 13th with 8 points. In Class B, Hudson High School came in 12th place with 11 points.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Setting the Bar

Shrewsbury High School's Rino Tonelli is shown clearing the high jump bar at 6 feet, 5 inches, which gave him first place and set a new Shrewsbury school record.

 

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