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Running wild: Centurions outrace Wildcats

• Saugus boys and girls earn big wins.

Posted: April 4, 2008 10:37 a.m.
Updated: June 5, 2008 5:02 a.m.

West Ranch High's Joe Spell outraces his teammates ans Saugus opponents in the 100 on Thursday afternoon at West Ranch. Spells' time of 10.86 was good enough for first, and he captured the 200 with a time of 22.86. Despite his heroics, Saugus took both the boys and girls competition.

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The Saugus varsity track and field team continues its winning streak defeating West Ranch on Thursday on the Wildcats home turf.

The Centurions boys varsity team won 89-47 while the girls varsity team won 111-25.

Saugus is still riding high off the momentum from last Thursday's win against Canyon.

"We knew we had to regroup after such an emotional win (over Canyon)," said Saugus head coach Christian Standley. "It was important that we get back to business as usual."

The Centurions' girls varsity team (4-0, 3-0) dominated the Wildcats winning in all but one event.

Saugus had multiple athletes as double winners.

Heather Snyder placed first in the shot put (39-4 1/2) and in discus (125-10 1/2).

Amber Wright won the 100-meter event (12.69) and the 200 (27.4)

Kaylin Mahoney placed first in the 800 (2:18.3) and the 3200 (11:27)

Allison Rudd won the 100 hurdles (16.1) and the 300 hurdles (48.3).

West Ranch boys varsity team had some strong performances and head coach Randy Smith was not disappointed in his teams effort.

"We did well despite not having a couple of our key runners," he said. "Overall we had a pretty strong day."

Joe Spell was a double winner for the Wildcats placing first in the 100-meter (10.86) and the 200 (22.62)
Matt Harmon placed first in the 110 hurdles (15.56) while Matt Simba was the winner in the triple jump.

However, the Saugus boys team (4-0, 3-0) proved supreme.

Daniel Swarbrick was a triple winner for the Centurions placing first in the shot put (56-2), discus, and high jump (5-8).

Brandon Jauregui was a double winner for Saugus placing first in the 1600-meter event (4:37) and 3200 (10:16).


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