Indoor Track Results – Piscataquis Observer



ORONO – The indoor track and field teams from Foxcroft Academy and Dexter Regional High School returned to New Balance Field on December 30 for the third Penobscot Valley Conference-Eastern Maine Indoor Track League meeting session, December 30, 2021 through December 22 House of the University of Maine.

ORONO – The indoor track and field teams from Foxcroft Academy and Dexter Regional High School returned to New Balance Field on December 30 for the third Penobscot Valley Conference-Eastern Maine Indoor Track League meeting session, December 30, 2021 through December 22 House of the University of Maine. The Foxcroft boys finished fourth out of a field of eight schools with 49 points, while Dexter finished eighth with eight points.

Pony senior Jacob Reed won both the high jump and the triple jump. In the high jump, Reed overtook a height of 5 feet, 8 inches to gain six inches. He earned the highest triple jump awards at 35-09, beating the event runner-up by nearly 11 inches.

Senior Jesse Drury was the first in the pole vault. He cleared a 9-06 height to win the event by leaps and bounds.

Sophomore Jack Kingsbury was second in the high jump with 5:02, and junior Kyle Jankunas was fourth with 4:09. Kinsbury was also third in the triple jump with a distance of 32-04.50.

On the track, the newcomer runner Jarrett finished sixth in the 800 with a time of 2 minutes and 39.66 seconds. Sophomore Zachary Peirce finished seventh in the 400 at 1: 05.70.

For Dexter, Senior Miles Gadwah came second in the 55 meter hurdles final. His time of 10.67 seconds made up all eight of his team’s points.

In the girls’ category, Foxcroft Junior Olivia Hill took third place in the shot put with a throw of 29-11. Hill scored all six pony points as Foxcroft finished seventh among seven teams overall.

Senior Kasey Howell finished in the top 10 in two sprints. Howell finished ninth in the 55 meter preliminary round with a time of 8.50 seconds, and she was tenth in the 200 with 32.11 seconds.

Sophomore Amara Perfect had the ninth best shot put on 02/23/25.

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