from Pixabay
Share, email, print, bookmark SOURCE reports.

[broadstreet zone=”53803″]

[broadstreet zone=”59983″]

BOSTON – The Framingham High girls indoor track & field team almost upset Brookline High yesterday at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.

The Flyers lost to Brookline 53-47.

The Flyers are 0-5 this season.

There were several individual highlights, despite the loss.

Maya Bishop won the dash event for Framingham in 7.6 seconds. Brookline took second and third place.

Abby Desmarais won the 300-meter event for the Flyers in 42.48 seconds. Brookline again took second and third.

Framingham had a slight 10-8 lead after two events.

The Flyers swept the 600-meter event.

Sasha Lamakina won it in 1:39.28 minutes. Ella Terranova was second in 1:44.19 minutes and Sydney Palma was third.

Flyers extended their lead to 10=9-8 after three events.

[broadstreet zone=”59982″]

Brookline finished one-two in the 1,000 meter event and closed the gap to 20-16.

Natalie Spodick finished third for the Flyers in that event.

The Warriors again finished 1-2 in the mile event and took back the lead in the meet 24-21.

Framingham’s Liesel Krohne finished third in the mile to earn the Flyers a point.

Tija Dilba won the high jump with a leap of 4-feet 8-inches. Brookline captured second and third place 4-feet 4 inches and 4-feet 2-inches.

Flyer Isabella Gelfusa won the long jump at 14-feet 2-inches. Again Brookline took second and third place.

Brookline’s Meagan Brennan won the shot put with a throw of 30-feet and 5 inches This time Framingham took second and third place with Lindsay Noah and Nikkita Neff.

[broadstreet zone=”59947″]

Warrior Chloe Barnes won the hurdles in 9.13 seconds. Framingham’s Marie Scanlon took third place in 9.78 seconds.

Brookline was up 46-36 with three events to go.

Framingham runners Scanlon, Terranova, Krohne, and Lamakina won the 1600 relay to close the gap to 45-41.

Framingham sprinters Evelyn Poku, Johanna Ball, Desmarais, and Bishop won the 800 relay to take a 46-45 Flyers lead with just the two mile event to go in the meet.

Brookline’s Camille Jordan won the event for Brookline in 11:32.31 minutes. the warriors also took second place.

Framingham only had one runner entered in the two-mile event. Senior Chloe Mills finished third in 14:10 minutes.

Brookline won the meet when Jordan crossed the finished line first.

[broadstreet zone=”59946″]

By editor

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.