BOSTON – Natick boys indoor track team defeated Braintree High Thursday at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
The Red Hawks are now 2-0 this season.
Natick senior Daniel Dubsky won the hurdles in 8.12 seconds. It was the fastest time on the track among all Bay State Conference hurdlers on Thursday.
The Red Hawks swept the hurdles, with junior Shawn Thornhill second and sophomore Daniel Bartlett third.
Natick swept the 55-meter dash. Junior Austin Kay won the event in a personal best 6.97 seconds. Seniors Jeremy Allik and Patrick McQuillen both ran a 7.05 second race, personal bests for both.
Natick also swept the 300-meter race, with all three Red Hawks running personal best times.
Senior Grady Beauregard won the race in 37.15 seconds. Sophomores Jacob Kilroy and Jon Klein took second and third place for Natick.
Natick also swept the 600-meter race, with senior Joe Maichen winning the event in 1:28.94 second, a personal record.
Senior Alex Laurent was second for Natick with sophomore Owen McGarry third.
Natick senior Ben Greene won the 1000-meter event in 2:57.14 minutes. Braintree took second and third place.
Red Hawk sophomore Nicholas Melisi won the 1-mile event in 4:44.25 minutes, a personal record. Braintree sophomore Jeff Kiser finished second. Natick senior Brendan Knapp was third in 5:07.74 minutes
In a slow race, Natick freshman Drew Yanovitch won the 2-mile in 11:42.16 minutes. Braintree senior Joseph Gates was second in 11:49.62 minutes and Natick junior Owen Goldner was third in 12:12.84 minutes.
Natick swept the shot put event. Senior Matthew Hodges won the event for the Red Hawks. Seniors Clifton Barnett was second, with Thomas Wester third.
Red Hawk sophomore Luke Johnson won the high jump with a personal record of 5-feet, 3-inches
Braintree senior Jack Collins won the long jump with a personal best 19-feet, 2-inches.
Natick senior McQuillen finished second with a jump of 17 feet and 11.5 inches. Sophomore Klein took third place.