WELLESLEY – Framingham High girls outdoor track & field team lost to the Raiders of Wellesley High on the road Wednesday, April 12.
The Raiders won 86-50.
Framingham is now 0-2 this season.
But there were some individual highlights in the loss.
Five individual athletes qualified for the state meet and the girls sprint relay currently has the second fastest time in the state, said Coach Chris Collins.
Flyers Madelin Jones, Maya Bishop, Ava Lombardo, and junior captain Abby Desmarais finished first in the 4X1200 relay in 49.1 seconds.
Desmarais won the 100-meter dash in 12.1 seconds. It is also the second best time in the state currently, said Collins.
Teammate Bishop finished the dash in 12.4 seconds and tied for third place.
In the 200-meter event Wellesley’s Gala Jacobs won the event in 26.6 seconds. Lombardo had a personal best time with 26.8 seconds to take second place. Raiders took third place.
Flyers finished 1-2 in the 400-meter event, with both runners qualifying for the state meet, said Coach Collins.
Ball won the race in 60.6 seconds. Freshman Sasha Lamakina finished second in 60.8 seconds.
Wellesley swept the 800-meter race.
The Raiders also swept the 1-mile event.
Wellesley won the 2-mile event, but senior Chloe Mills finished in second place in 13.42.6 minutes.
Wellesley’s Lillie Caiazzo won the 110-meter hurdles in 15.75 seconds.
Framingham sophomore Marie Scanlon finished second, in a personal best 16.7 seconds.
Junior Maggie Spring had a personal best time of 17.1 for third place for the Flyers.
Framingham junior captain qualified for the state meet with a 69.3 second time, winning the 400-meter hurdles.
Spring finished second in 73.4 seconds. Raiders finished third.
Flyers finished second and third in the shot put event. Emily Richardson was second and senior Lindsay Noah was third.
Junior Richardson also finished second in the discus event with senior Mills third.
Framingham junior Caroline Maude finished second in the javelin with a throw of 67-feet and 8-inches. Sprinter Bishop took third place.
The Raiders swept the high jump.
Jones finished third in the long jump, behind two Raiders.
Wellesley wept the triple jump event.