Albright Qualifies For Nationals; Mota Sprints To First But Flyers Fall To Redhawks 79-21

BOSTON – It is rivalry week as Framingham and Natick high school will battle it out in several sports this week.

Yesterday it was track and field at the Reggie Lewis Center.

Natick girls indoor track & field won 79-21.

Framingham is now 0-4 this season, and still seeking its first team victory.

Framingham junior Sophie Albright won the high jump with a leap of 5-feet, 7-inches. It is the highest jump in the state this indoor season.

Albright also qualified for both the indoor and outdoor national meets yesterday, January 9.

Natick’s Julia Leavey finished second in the high jump at 4-feet and 7-inches.

Natick’s Gabbie Pagnini won the shot put with a throw of 33 feet. Redhawk Paige Gholani finished second with freshman Cricket Lemon third at 25-feet 6 inches.

Natick junior Cali Luv Leonard set a personal record in winning the long jump. Her leap was 14 feet,7.5 inches. Framingham senior Isabel Foley took second place at 13 feet, 6 inches. Natick freshman Francesca Samuel was third.

Natick won the 4 by 400-meter relay in 4:19.91 minutes.

Framingham won the 4 by 200-meter in 1:56.51 minutes. Runners were Priscilla Mota, Mame Diarra-Ngom, Brooke Haarala, and Allison Jones.

Mota won the 55-meter dash in 8 seconds flat. Natick senior Ashley Warren finished second in a personal best 8.01 seconds. Framingham junior Kimberly Lugon was third in 8.09 seconds, her personal best.

Natick swept the hurdle event. Sophomore Trinity Vickers was first, followed by juniors Leonard, and Leavey.

Natick sophomore Molly Unger won the 300-meter event in 45.41 seconds, her personal best time. Redhawk freshman Madeleine Lewis was second in 28.28 seconds. Flyer Jones was third in 49.56 seconds.

Natick senior Caroline Fleming won the 600-meter event in 1:44.93 seconds, her best time of the season. Teammate Emma Forde was second in 1:45 minutes. Framingham senior Tess Robinson was third in 1:56.16 minutes.

Natick swept the 1,000-meter event. Junior Nicole Frail was first in 3:09.58 minutes. Junior Mary Dougherty was second in 3:17.67 minutes, with freshman Rowan Shumaker third in 3:25.79 minutes.

Natick senior Genna Girard won the mile in 5:35.67 minutes, a personal best time.

Natick sophomore Ella Sheidley won the 2-mile event in 12:11.78 minutes, a personal best time. Flyer freshman Paige Spodick finished in second place in 12:33.64 minutes. Natick junior Emily Cochi was third in 12:37.23 minutes.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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