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BOSTON – The Milton High Wildcats defeated Framingham High boys indoor track & field team on Thursday, January 5, at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.

Framingham’s Jasen Jean-Louis captured second place in the first event. he ran 7 seconds flat in the 55-meter dash.

Abdahhah Hassan won in 6.98 seconds for Milton High.

The Tigers swept the 300-meter event, to take a 15-3 lead in the meet.

Framingham High senior Sam Burgess won the 600-meter event in 1:27.26. Wildcats took second & third place, and had a 19-8 lead after three events.

Trevor Lipp won the 1,000-meter event for the Flyers in 2:54.24 minutes.

Ben Habeski finished first in the mile event in 5:03 minutes, with Andrew Feinblatt second in 5:13.21 minutes.

Headed into the field events, Wildcats led by one point 23-22.

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In the long jump, Jean-Louis won with a leap of 18 feet and 9.75 inches. Wildcats took second & third place.

Matt Vilela finished second in the high jump at 5-feet, 4-inches.

Viela also finished second in the shot put event.

Christian Marshall win the hurdles closed the gap for Framingham. His time was 8.60 seconds.

With two relays and the 2-mile to go, Milton has a 42-39 lead.

Tigers won both relays to take a 52-39 lead.

In the final event, the 2-mile, Framingham’s Andrew’s Hohenstein won in 11:10.72 minutes.

“We were pretty sizeable underdogs but crazy tough performances from Trevor Lipp and Matt Vilela early on really set the tone and got everyone hopping and ready for a fight.  In the end they were deeper and faster but 1 relay win would have tied and a second would have won it for us,” said Head Coach Chris Collins.

Next meet is Thursday, January 12 at Reggie Lewis in Boston.

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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.