Watertown Track Sets Record at Coaches Div. 5 State Relay Meet

Print More

Charlie Breitrose

Watertown Mange Camara anchored two relays that placed in the Divisional Meet at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center.

Charlie Breitrose

Watertown Mange Camara anchored two winning relays at Coaches Div. 5 Relays in Boston, including one record setting effort.

Watertown High School’s boys track team excelled at Sunday’s MSTCA Div. 5 State Relays, finishing fourth place overall and one relay setting a new Div. 5 record.

The meet, held at Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center in Boston, featured the best teams from around Massachusetts of comparable size.

The 4 x 200 relay team of Nick Cordeiro, Nathan Follett, Edie Ferreira and Mangé Camara placed first with a time of 1:35.71.

The 4 x 400 relay team also finished first and set a new Div. 5 record of 3:34.07. The record setting runners were Cordeiro, Gus Brouillard, Ben Landry and Camara.

The 4 x 50 team also fared well. The relay was made up of Cordeiro, Ferreira, Anthony Panza and Camara and finished in a time of 23.58 seconds and took third place.

The boys distance medley relay team placed seventh.

The Raiders scored 26 points and finished fourth place in the team competition, just two points behind Ayer Shirley and East Bridgewater, who tied for second.

Also at the meet, the Watertown girls spring medley relay finished sixth place and ran a time of 4:31.77.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *