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MSC girls track eyes third straight class title

January 30, 2014

Mount St. Charles Girls’ Indoor Track Assistant Coach Evan Diolep, left, and Head Coach Paul Jacques, right, gather with team captains Angela Dansereau, Catherine Cardon, Paige Coffey and Megan Corbeil, from left, before a team practice at the school earlier this week. The team will try to capture their third consecutive Class C title Saturday at the Providence Career & Technical Academy field house. PHOTO BY ERNEST A. BROWN

WOONSOCKET – Late Monday night, the Mount St. Charles girls’ indoor squad captured for the second straight winter the Dwyer Division crown, courtesy of 92 points, 14 more than runner-up Narragansett High.

It did so with only two event victories, with junior quad-captain Angela Dansereau grabbing the lone individual title in the 55-meter hurdles (9.42) at the Providence Career & Technical Academy field house.

The other came in the 4 x 200-meter relay, with junior Stephanie Sarza, senior quad-captains Paige Coffey and Catherine Cardon and freshman Hannah Touisignant hustling to a 1:56.05 clocking.

Two other foursomes, including the 4 x 400 and 4 x 800 relays, chipped in seconds, as did senior Brennan Bissonnette in the high jump (4-6). The former quartet of Coffey, Touisignant, Bissonnette and Cournoyer recorded a 4:43.5 clocking, while the latter contingent of Bissonnette, Cournoyer, junior Erin Mastaj and frosh Sydney MacKinnon raced to a time of 11:29.09.

Next up for the Mounties will be the Class C Championships, slated for the same Providence locale at 4 p.m., Saturday. Should they reign in that meet, they will pull off a rarity in Rhode Island indoor circles – a coveted “Three-peat.”

Please see Friday's Woonsocket Call for the complete article.

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