Holyoke’s Ashley Rahe competes in the triple jump at last week’s home track meet, in which the girls took second place. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
Leading off the 4x400 relay, Jalen Hunter springs out of the blocks at the April 6 Dragon Invitational. He, Gage Sprague, Ethan Johnson and Miguel Soto took third in the event. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
PRs, 1sts and a new school record wow home crowd
Holyoke track and field placed well in its home meet last Saturday, April 6, with the girls and boys teams ending as runners-up.
Coach Corey Koberstein said it was a beautiful day for a meet and that the team is continuing to build momentum in its early season. Relays, throwers and other individuals pulled down personal bests at the meet, he said.
He acknowledged the girls and boys throwers specifically, who are continuing to place well and rack up points for the team.
Luis Chafino was a double winner, finishing first in both the long jump and pole vault, and Correy Koellner won the girls shot put, setting a new school record of 38’8”.
Three other girls and a girls relay team also won events, including Rylee Oakley in the 1600 meter run; Jessy Mosqueda, 100 meter dash; Taeryn Trumper, long jump; and Jacky Mosqueda, Emily Jelden, Koellner and Jessy Mosqueda, 4x100 relay.
Among the boys, Alec Sprague and Aaron Sierra also pulled down first-place finishes in the 100 meter dash and 300 meter hurdles, respectively.
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