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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham High boys outdoor track & field team lost to the Raiders of Wellesley High at Bowditch Field on Wednesday, April 13.

The final score was 100-35.

Framingham is now 0-2.

The next meet is on the road, as Framingham travels to Natick High on Wednesday, April 27.

There were some highlights for the Flyers.

In the 400-meter race, Framingham finished 1-2 with senior Benjamin Wolf-Wagner winning the race in 54.8 seconds, a personal best. Flyer sophomore Matthew Vilela took second in 55.1 seconds.

Seniors Arnav Singh and Jordan Book finished 1-2 in the mile for the Flyers. Singh had a personal best time of 4:49 minutes to win the event.

Framingham senior Shand Seiffert won the discus event with a throw of 98-feet, 4.5 inches.

Framingham senior Elijiah Fevrier captured second place in the 100-meter dash. His time was 11.5 seconds. Wellesley finished first and third.

In the 200-meter event Wellesley again finished first and third. Framingham senior Andrew Subramanivam finished in second place at 23.7 second, a personal record.

Seiffert also finished second in the half-mile event. His time of 2:07.2 minutes was a personal record.

Wellesley swept the 400-meter hurdles, but the flyers did take a third place in the 110-meter hurdles. Freshman Christian Marshall set a personal record with 19 seconds.

The Raiders won the 4X200 relay.

Subramaniyam finished second in the shot out with a throw of 38 feet and 5 inches.

Wellesley High swept the javelin event.

Wellesley junior Tyler Yen won the high jump with a leap of 5-feet, 8 inches. Raider Ottou Fouda took second in 5-feet and 6-inches. Framingham sophomore Vilela finished third in 5-feet and 4-inches.

Raiders swept the triple jump event.

Framingham’s Subramaniyam finished second in the long jump.

Yen won the event with a personal best 20-feet and 1-inch leap.

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Photos by Mike Spring

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.