The NHIAA Division III Track and Field State Championships on Wednesday at Sanborn Regional High School in Kingston were suspended before completion due to rain with just the girls and boys pole vault left to be scored.
But all running events and most field events were completed with several athletes from Monadnock, Conant and Fall Mountain bringing in points finishes.
Monadnock’s Gavin Lombara brought in a state title in the boys 110 hurdles, finishing in 15.99 seconds.
Conant’s Ben Sawyer won the boys 300 hurdles in 41.51 seconds. Sawyer also took the top spot in the boys’ long jump with a leap of 20-feet, 4.5 inches.
Fall Mountain’s Makenna Knapp won the girls javelin, throwing 105 feet and securing all 10 of the Wildcats’ points on the afternoon.
Conant’s Kaden Colby was fourth in the 110 hurdles at 16.69 seconds.
The Conant boys were in eighth place when the meet was suspended with 28 points. The Monadnock boys were 13th with 16 points. Fall Mountain was 14th with 14 points.
On the girls side, Fall Mountain was 16th, Monadnock was 18th with eight points and Conant was 20th with six points in the 25-team event.
Monadnock’s Sarina Stengle was fourth in the girls discus with a throw of 93-feet. Fall Mountain’s Tyson Patch was third in the boys discus, throwing 112-feet, 11 inches. Teammate Troy Tenney was fifth at 108-feet, 7 inches.
Conant’s Kylie Aho was fourth in the girls’ 1600, finishing in five minutes, 38.32 seconds. Monadnock’s Jace Joslyn was fourth in the boys 1600 at 4:42.38.
Fall Mountain’s Ben Tetu was third in the boys 3200 at 10:10.38. Monadnock’s Anna Bentley was fourth in the girls 3200 at 12:36.42.
Conant’s boys’ 4 x 400 relay of Jon Ciglar, Austen Richard, Jacob Sawyer and Ben Sawyer brought home fourth, finishing in 3:39.30.
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