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NHTF Shout-Outs! Weekend of 1/26-1/29

NHTF Shout-Outs!  Yes we do the HOKA Athlete of the Week, but that celebrates just 2 athletes. The Granite State typically has so many more stand out performances worthy of mentions!  Similar to the point in interviews when the athletes give quick shout-outs, these will be quick!  Additionally, we hope this becomes more of an interactive post where you all comment below if you think someone should get a shout-out who did not for their weekend performance! Enjoy!

This week is a little light on the NWTL schedule as it was RELAY WEEKEND!  However, many ventured to Boston for the Terrier01 21 2023 WTL meet-338 Classic!  Fast times and great performances were sure to be had!

Shout-Outs: Weekend 1/26-1/29/2023


  • At Boston University’s Terrier Classic, PCA’s Brianna Malone dropped the 3rd fastest time in the country in the 1000 meters with a 2:52.26!
  • OR’s Mackenzie Cook ran an 18:20.15 in the 5000m to qualify for Nationals!
  • OR’s Haley Kavanagh ran 5:14.97 in the mile
  • At Pinkerton’s Field Event meet, Pinkerton’s Jordan Wheaton cleared 5’6″ in the High Jump!
  • North’s Madelyn Novak and Pinkerton’s Brianna Danis were only separated by .25″ in the Shot Put


  • At BU, CBNA’s Aidan Cox showed he is rounding into form as he dropped an 8:16.65 in the 3000 meters.  While this does notIY6A4156.JPG count towards a state record as it was in a college meet racing against college competition, his time is good for 3rd fastest in the nation.
  • Cox then anchored another 3rd fastest time in the country as Coe-Brown raced the Distance Medley Relay on Saturday.  Tyler Tkaczyk led off the 1200 in 3:11, Matthew Corriveau ran the 400 in 51 and change, Jamie Lano popped a 1:57 on the 800 leg and Cox closed with a 4:12 mile.  Coe-Brown ran 10:12.89!
  • Londonderry’s Sean Clegg, continuing his rock star season, ran the 800 in 1:54.68!
  • Oyster River’s Ty Dorow popped a 50.11 in the 400 meters.
  • Keene’s Chris Stevens and Memorials AJ Sebastien were within .01 of each other in the 60 meters at 7.10 and 7.11 respectively.  Can’t wait for 2 weeks from now! Additionally, Stevens came back to roll a 22.20 in the 200 meters while Sebastien crossed in 22.67.
  • At the same Pinkerton Field Event meet, North took the top 3 spots in the shot put with Toby Brown winning with a toss of 54’6.75″

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