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MHS Track Teams Seek Strong Finishes at Leagues

Both the boys and girls winter track teams will be aiming to finish in the top third in the Hockomock League when Milford joins the rest of its conference counterparts at the league meet Saturday, February 9, in Boston.
MHS head coach Derek Rose said a top- four finish is possible for the Scarlet Hawks, with athletes and relay teams on both teams potentially in the mix for titles of their own.
"The league meet looks like it could be a good battle and we are hoping to be in the top four on both sides," Rose said. "That would be a great accomplishment with how strong the teams in our league are."
The Milford boys and girls each figure to be battling with some of the same teams, with Mansfield, North Attleboro and Sharon among the squads that put together comparable or better dual meet schedules when compared to MHS. The Scarlet Hawk boys finished in a three-way tie for the
top spot in the Davenport Division, with Milford, North Attleboro and Sharon each sporting unusual 3-0-2 records.
The Milford girls finished 3-2 in league competition, trailing the same two schools the boys finished equaled in the standings.
Both squads feature strong relay teams. The boys 4x200 team of Sean Lehane, Zach Browne, Joseph Madden and Hugo Lopes is seeded first in the league, as is the 4x400
grouping of Lopes, Madden, Ryan Kelley and Rafaell Feliciano. Lopes is ranked first in the Hockomock individually in the 300 and Madden is going to be a high seed whether he ends up running the 600 or 1,000. Browne is also second in the hurdles going into the meet.
In the distance events, Milford's Max Manor is top three in the mile and will be a contender in either that event, or the two- mile, depending on which he decides to run. He will join Chris Berthrong, Miguel Torres and Anthony DiStauro in the 4x800.
On the girls' side, the 4x200 figures to have a strong showing with Sydney Sutton, Sarah Flanagan, Kerry O'Conner and Sienna Pierce. O'Conner, a sophomore,
is seeded first in the 300 and third in the long jump. Other athletes who could score points individually include Sutton, seeded in the top-six in the 55 dash, and Flanagan, a freshman, who is top-four in both the 55 and the 300.
"It's an impressive group," Rose said. "We have a shot to finish one-two in the 300 with a sophomore and a freshman."
Lexi Marcolini will look to score in the 1,000, while Sarah Brogioli competes in the high jump Catherine Madden runs the hurdles. The Hockomock League meet starts at 8:30 a.m. Saturday morning at the Reggie Lewis Center in Bost




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