FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham High boys outdoor track team lost to visiting Weymouth High at Bowditch Field on Wednesday afternoon.
The Wildcats won 91-35.
Head Coach Chris Collins said it is unlikely he will be able to re-schedule the Norwood meet, so this was likely the last dual meet of the season for Framingham High.
Next up for the Flyers is the Bay State Conference meet at Braintree High on Wednesday, May 16.
Sophomore Brad Bogovich won the javelin vent with a throw of 119 feet and 4 inches. Senior Justin Su was third with a throw of 115 feet and 8 inches.
Junior captain Ben Burgess won the 2 mile race for Framingham in 10:46 minutes.
Framingham won the 4 x 100 relay with runners Vasanth Prabakaran, Zach Blumer, Angel Martinez and Jon Lam.
Weymouth won the 4 X 400 relay and the rest of the events.
Wildcat senior Gerry Mackin won the shot put with a throw of 47 feet and 6 inches. Senior Matt Cronin of Weymouth finished second. Framingham senior Andrew Swallow was third at 44 feet and 9 inches. Framingham junior Chidi Nna was fourth with a personal record of 35 feet.
The order was exactly the same for the discus event. Mackin was first, Cronin second and Swallow third. Mackin threw 130 feet. Swallow’s best throw was 123 feet. Senior Carlos Micael Cabreja finished fourth for Framingham with a personal record throw of 99 feet and 8 inches.
The Wildcats swept the high jump and the long jump.
Wildcat junior Josh Tennant won the triple jump at 40 feet, 6 inches. Prabakaran finished second for Framingham with a personal record of 38 feet and 7 inches. Senior Phil Matta was third at 35 feet, 7 inches, a personal best.
Weymouth senior John Mundia won the high hurdles in 17.4 seconds. Framingham freshman Sed Lomani finished seconds in 18.3 seconds, a personal record.
Junior Davian Pena won the 400 meter hurdles for Weymouth in 65.6 seconds, a personal record. Senor Liam Kelly finished second for Framngham in 73.3 seconds, a season best time.
Weymouth junior Hunter Marino won the 400 in 51.8 seconds. Framingham finished second, third and fourth. Junior Jerry Cruz had a personal best time at 51.9 seconds for second. Burgess had a personal record at 54.5 seconds for third and Kevin Braganca was fourth at 54.8 seconds.
The Wildcats swept the 800 meter race.
Framingham sophomore Angel Martinez finished third in 200 meters with a personal best time of 24.8 seconds. Matta was fourth with a personal record of 25.3 seconds.
Wildcat junior Josh Tennant won the dash in a personal best time of 11.2 seconds.
Framingham junior Jon Lam was second in 11.3 seconds, his personal best time.
Several Framingham runners had personal best times in the 100 meter race including Jake Benoit, who finished fourth in 12 seconds. Other personal best times record by Flyers were Shawn Lafountain, Sed Lomani, Alex Badaracoco, Miguel Aguilar, Nna, Ryan Maliewski, and Nate Jacobs.
The Wildcats swept the mile race with Dave Glavin winning in it in 4:38 minutes.
Framingham’s runners all had personal best times in the race. Runners included Alex Thurber, Ben Silver, Lucas Marshall, senior Nick Merriam and senior Nico Nunes.
Photos by Susan Petroni/Petroni Media Company ©2018. All Rights Reserved.