Boys Varsity Track
Game Summaries & Headlines.
- Game Date
- Apr 9, 2019
- WARRIORS: 64
MARSHFIELD HIGH SCHOOL: 72
Nauset falls to Marshfield 72-64.
Nauset pushed Marshfield down to the final event, but the host Rams won the 4 X 400M relay just as the rains opened up. That put a damp ending to what had been a very cold and windy meet.
This was a back and forth affair where each team exerted its strengths.
For Marshfield it was their distance running. They swept both the mile and two mile and only a win by senior captain Jacob Pearl in the 800M (2:06.5) kept the Warriors from a white washing. The bright light for Nauset was a number of PR’s, especially in the mile.
The rest of the events on the track were a different story. Senior captain Matt Cahill won both the 400M hurdles (64.1) and 110M hurdles (15.1).In the 110’s he edged teammate Tyreese Ferguson (15.2). Getting 3rd in the long hurdles was Chris Pombo (67.9).
First year senior Tabin Brown won both the 100M (11.5) and 400M (54.2). Shavar Champagne placed 2nd in the 100 (11.7). Senior captain Bobby Freeman almost made it a clean sweep in the sprints for Nauset as he came from well back on the final straightaway to a photo finish (without a photo to decide) and placed 2nd at 23.9. Richard Ramsay grabbed 3rd at 24.3)
Marshfield owned the throws with the exception of Aidan Handville who won discuss (111’) and placed 3rd in javelin.
Nauset won all three jumps. Cahill took the high jump (5’10”), Ramsay the long jump (19’2”) and in his first time in the event Freeman won triple jump (38’5”.) Freeman also added a third place in high jump (5’8”) Christian Augut placed third in triple jump (35’4”).
Nauset entered the final two relays needing to win both to win the meet. The team of Champagne, Freeman, Ramsay and Ferguson prevailed 46.1-47.0 ion the 4X100M. But with Marshfield’s depth providing fresher and faster legs the Ram’s came home the victors in the 4 X 400M..
It was the best Warrior showing vs. Marshfield in the past for years. This performance gives confidence going forward as athletes step outside their comfort zones and continue to find additional events to help the team.