The Trojans already qualified athletes for the South-West Conference as well as state Class M meets. They also managed a sweep along the way, defeating Brookfield 83-57, Stratford 119-22 and Notre Dame 135-5 on Tuesday, April 9 at home.
Weston captured a number of first places. The 4×800 relay team of Charlotte Rosenbloom, Emily Iatesta,, Charlotte Cenatiempo and Jordan Isaacs started the meet off with a first place time of 11 minutes, 02 seconds.
“It wasn’t our best effort,” Isaacs said, “but it was good to lead off with a win.”
Amanda Matluck, Sara Dietzman, Nathalie Feingold and Whitney Farber then took first in the 4×100 with a time of 51.6.
“The 4×100 is one of my favorite events,” Medve said, who was pleased with the win but not with the technique. “but the hand-offs have to be nearly perfect, and ours were far from perfect.”
Still, for a first meet, Medve saw potential and, at the same time, room for improvement.
Olivia Watson won the mile in 5:41.6 and the 800 meters in 2:39, while Jane Wall posted a strong 49.7 in the 300 meter intermediate hurdles.
“I needed 53 to qualify for states in the 300,” Wall said. “So I was happy with my time, particularly because this was the first time I competed in this event.”
Wall also took second place in pole vault with a height of nine feet, six inches.
No Weston track meet seems complete these days without Emily Savage posting a new record, and this meet was no exception. Savage unofficially set a new Connecticut state outdoor pole vault record by clearing 12’ 8” on her second attempt at that height.
She also won the long jump with a leap of 16’ 4.5”; the triple jump at 34’5.5”; and the 100 meter high hurdles with a time of 18.0, completing a four event sweep for the day.
“I will try whatever I can to help the team,” Savage said. As for the new state record, Savage said she was pleased but not satisfied.
“I want to clear 13 feet before this season ends,” she said.