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WELLESLEY – The Framingham High boys outdoor track & field team travelled to Wellesley for its season opener on Wednesday.

The Flyers lost to the Raiders 85-51.

Wellesley High junior Chris Brooks won the dash in 11 seconds flat.

Framingham sophomore Joash Scejjemba-Sssonko finished second in 11.6 seconds with teammate Matheus Silva third in 11.7 seconds.

Framingham senior Jasen Jean-Louis captured second place in the 200-meter event in 23.9 seconds, a personal best. Raiders took first and third place.

Raider Sincere Fontaine won the 400-meter race in 52.4 seconds. Framingham finished second and third.

Junior Derrick Yancey Jr. had a personal best 54.4 for second and senior Nathan Desmarais had a personal best time of 54.6 for third place.

Wellesley swept the 800-meter race.

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In the mile, Framingham High senior Sam Burgess won the event in 4:32.7 minutes. Raiders took second and third place.

Raiders swept the 2-mile event.

Flyers finished 1-2 in the 110-meter high hurdles. Sophomore Christian Marshall won the race in a personal best time of 16.3 seconds.

Junior Matthew Vilela took second lace in 17.5 seconds, a personal record. Wellesley freshman Matt Leibman was third in 17.9 seconds.

Marshall also won the 400-meter hurdles event in 61.5 seconds, a person record.

Flyers own the 4X100 relay event in 45.9 seconds. Raiders won the 4X400 relay.

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Framingham finished 1-2 in the shot put event, with juniors Matthew Vilela and Calvin Hodge

Hodge picked up another second place in the discus event with a throw of 93 feet, a personal best. Wellesley captured first and third place

Raider freshman Robert Shanahan won the javelin event with a throw of 125.5 feet.

Ssejjemba-Ssonko took second place and Silva third for Framingham

Wellesley swept the high jump event.

Jean-Louis finished second in the long jump for Framingham

Wellesley took first and second place in the triple jump, but Framingham junior James Richardson finished third with a personal best leap of 38-feet and 4-inches

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Framingham is now 0-2 under Coach Chris Collins.

The Flyers have their home opener on April, 26 at 4 p.m. at Bowditch Field.

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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.