PVC JV track championship results

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BREWER — Athletes from area high schools took part in the Penobscot Valley Conference junior varsity outdoor track and field championships on May 22 at the Brewer Community School.

Foxcroft Academy sophomore Sabrina Hamele won the 1,600 racewalk in a time of 11 minutes, 6.40 seconds. Hamele also ran the third leg of the fourth place 4×100 relay team. Pony sophomore Najla Samudra, freshman Makayla Landry, Hamele and junior Grace McLaughlin combined for a time of 65.45 seconds.

Freshman Sadie Davis of Piscataquis Community High School came in first in the javelin with a throw of 70 feet, 10 inches. Davis also finished 10th in the long jump at 10-08.25.

Penquis Valley High School senior Faith Sickler placed third in the discus at 76-04. McLaughlin was fourth in the event at 76-04.

Penquis sophomore Kassi Files came in eighth in the 200 at 32.40 seconds.

Senior Anna Barseghyan of Foxcroft was ninth in the javelin at a distance of 52-04.

In the boys’ meet, Dexter Regional High School junior Ryan Boisvert had the day’s best performance in the high jump at exactly 5 feet. Boisvert also came in seventh in the 400 at 60.90 seconds.

Foxcroft freshman Jesse Drury won the long jump with a leap of 17-04.50. Drury also placed third in the 100 at 12.19 seconds.

Penquis freshman Alvin Robshaw finished second in the long jump at 16-06, and classmate Frank Wood was fourth at 16-03.50. Robshaw also came in eighth in the 100 with a time of 12.96 seconds.

Junior Chase Paul of Foxcroft placed third in the 200 at 26.33 seconds, and Pony sophomore Izaak Krause was seventh in the event at 26.70 seconds. The Foxcroft 4×100 — comprised of sophomore Henry Kreider, Krause, freshman Bodie Clarke and Paul — was fifth in 54.17 seconds.

In the discus Dexter freshman Gage Sinclair came in fifth at 84-11.

Tiger freshman Cameron Allen placed sixth in the 400 with a time of 60.75 seconds.

Finishing ninth in the 1,600 was Foxcroft junior Jacob Raynes at 5:18.07.

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