BOSON _ The Framingham High girls indoor track & field team lost to the Raiders of Wellesley High on Thursday, December 22 at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Wellesley defeated Framingham 87-12.
Framingham is now 0-2 on the season, under head coach Ed Crowley.
“Riddled with sickness, health, and inexperience; the Flyers ran into the Wellesley wall,” said Coach Crowley.
But there were a few highlights.
“It was an uphill battle all evening, but our biggest props go to our 1000-meter runners grinding regardless of who was in their heat,” said Coach Crowley of freshman Sydney Palma , sophomore Leisel Krohne, and freshman Belle Ceruti.
Junior captain Ella “Terranova posted her consistent effort in the 600 (a trait we wish we could clone) to go along with a competitive leg in 4 X400 which might end up being our best relay event,” said Coach Crowley.
Framingham Flyer Evelyn Poku finished third in the 300-meter race in 47.45 minutes, to earn a team point.
Framingham’s Tija Dilba finished second in the high jump with a leap of 4 feet, 6-inches.
Franingham finished second and third in the shot put event. Lindsay Noah took second place with Scarlett Creedon third.