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Woonsocket tracksters split meet

January 22, 2011

Anthony Neal, center, won the 55-meter hurdles during Woonsocket's tri-meet with Central Falls and Shea.

PROVIDENCE -- Woonsocket High split its Northern Division meet with Central Falls on Saturday, losing a tight one to C.F. by a 57-52 margin and besting Shea, 68-41.
Aaron Harmon won two events for Woonsocket, the shot put and weight throw. Anthony Neal took the 55-meter hurdles in a time of 8.90 seconds. He tied for second place in the high jump with teammate Jessie Charette. Both cleared 5 feet, 8 inches.
C.F.’s Steven Vasquez cleared 6-4 to win by eight inches.
Charette won the long jump, beating teammate Alex Correia by one inch. Charette went 19 feet, 6 inches.
Woonsocket won the 4x200-meter relay and the 4x400. Jalen Evans, Charette, Correia and Tyler Bourk formed the winning 200 relay. Neal, Evans, Correia and Brian Guilbert took top honors in the longer relay.
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Central Falls 62, Shea 47;
Central Falls 57, Woonsocket 52,
Woonsocket 68, Shea 41.
Woonsocket top 3 placements:
55-meter dash -- 3. Jalen Evans 6.9
55-meter hurdles -- 1. Anthony Neal 8.90
300-meter dash -- 2. Jalen Evans 37.80
4x200-meter relay -- 1. (Jalen Evans, Jessie Charette, Alex Correia, Tyler Bourk) 1:37.10
4x400-meter relay -- 1. (Anthony Neal, Evans, Correia, Bryan Guilbert) 3:54.60
High jump -- 2. (tie) -- Neal and Charette 5 feet, 8 inches
Long jump -- 1. Charette 19-6; 2. Correia 19-5
Shot put -- 1. Aaron Harmon 38 feet, .75 inches; 2. Dan Cullen 37-3; 3. Desmond Gray 35-4.25
Weight throw -- 1. Harmon 50 feet, 4.25 inches
3,000-meter run -- 3. Jeremy Nadeau 11:00.50

NORTHERN DIVISION
Standings through Saturday
School W L
Cumberland 8 0
Lincoln 7 1
Central Falls 6 2
Woonsocket 5 3
Mount St. Charles 4 4
Shea High 3 5
Ponaganset 2 6
St. Raphael 0 7
Tolman 0 7

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