FRAMINGHAM – Framingham junior captain Abby Desmarais was a double individual winner at the Bay State Conference indoor track & field meet yesterday, February 8.
Desmarais won the 55-meter dash in 7.12 seconds.
That is the #1 time in Massachusetts, said track & field coach Chris Collins.
Desmarais also won the 300-meter race in 40.61 seconds.
That time is the fifth fastest in the state this season, said Collins.
Collins said Desmarais was the star of the night for the Framingham High girls indoor track & field team, who finished 6th overall.
Desmarais “has not lost an individual race all season, outside of the New England Invitational which had 8+ states compete in it,” said Collins.
Framingham freshman Sasha Lamakina finished second in the 600-meter race. Her time was a personal best at 1:38.83, said Collins.
Collins said it was the second fastest time ever for a Flyer in that indoor event.
Framingham High sophomore Marie Scanlon finished 6th in the hurdles.
She set a personal record in the qualifying heat with a 9.33 seconds. Her time in the finals was 9.37 seconds.
Framingham senior Joanna Ball finished 6th in the 300-meter event. Her times was 43.82 seconds.
Framingham junior captain Ella Terranova finished 8th in the 600-meter event. Her time was 1:43.39 minutes.
The Flyers 4X200 relay took 5th place in the Bay State Conference with a time of 1:50.19 minutes.
Runners were freshman Ava Lombardo, Terranova, Lamakina and senior Maya Bishop.
Next up for the Framingham High girls indoor track & field team is the Division 1 meet.