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HOKA Athletes of the Week & Weekend Shout Outs!

This week we feature athletes of the week from the Clipper Relays and the Frosh-Soph meets.  For the girls we have to feature the state record breakers from Nashua South 4×100 meter relay team.  Ortiz, Braswell, Cruz and Ross ran 48.40 to break the 2016 record set by Milford of 48.68.  This in relatively cooler temperatures hovering around 50 degrees.  We are certinly interested in how fast this team can get when temperatures rise!

On boys side we shift to the Kiwanis Freshman-Sophomore meet and the Triple Jump where Exeter Thoran Kirsten-Guiler hopped, skipped, and jumped to a new D1 leading 41’6″ in the triple jump.  Not bad for a 10 grader.  We are eager to see what this jumper can do not only the rest of the season but also over the next couple years.

Congrats to the ladies from Nashua South 4×100 and Thoran Kirsten-Guiler, this week’s HOKA Athletes of the Week.


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Maddox Lovely of Newport at the Stevens twilight she ran 100 hurdles in 15.94, Then Saturday at the Doug Sargent Frosh/Soph meet in Keene, she doubled the hurdles again and finished the weekend with a 50.67 300 Hurdles.

Jhanelle Thomas of North went 26.94 in the 200 and 16’7 in the Long Jump.

Eshaya Lauder of West went 17′ in the Long Jump.

Ella Goulas of Concord went 35 feet to win the Triple Jump…again

Madeline Muller from Concord won the Pole Vault and 400 at the Kiwanis Frosh/Soph meet and was on the 2nd place team in 4×200.


CBNA’s Aidan Cox placed 5th overall in the HOKA Elite Mile on Friday.  He ran 4:10.01 which converts to a 4:08.4 in the 1600.

Peyton Joslyn of Monadnock at the Doug Sargent Frosh/Soph meet ran a 2:04.81 in the 800 winning by 16 seconds then came back and ran a 53 second split to anchor the 4×4.

Chase Burris from Memorial went 20’3.75 in the Long Jump.

Darius Smith from North went 52’9.5 in the Shot Put.

Shane Plumley from Alvirne was 52.61 in the 400.




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