2014-02-21 / Sports Spotlight

Boys’ track team wins fourth straight title

Relay team qualifies for New Balance Indoor Nationals
By Michael Kelley
Staff Writer


Members of the 4x200 relay, which includes of Austin Doody, Cameron Langlois, Jerry Kenney and Max Ornstein, helped Scarborough boys’ indoor track team capture its fourth consecutive Class A title. The relay team has qualified to compete in the New Balance Indoor Nationals track meet in March. 
(Courtesy photo) Members of the 4x200 relay, which includes of Austin Doody, Cameron Langlois, Jerry Kenney and Max Ornstein, helped Scarborough boys’ indoor track team capture its fourth consecutive Class A title. The relay team has qualified to compete in the New Balance Indoor Nationals track meet in March. (Courtesy photo) The Scarborough boys’ indoor track team has, once again, proved it is made up of some of the best runners in the state.

The Red Storm captured their fourth straight Class A indoor track title by earning 91.3 points. Cheverus High School and South Portland High School tied for second with 62 points.

The victory continues Scarborough’s dominance in indoor track.

The Red Storm has won five of the past six Class A titles.

Between 1986 and 2001, while a Class B school, Scarborough won 10 titles, including seven of eight from 1994 to 2001.

Scarborough’s scoring on Saturday was led by senior Mike Pino, who placed first with a 50.09-foot throw of the shot put and junior Jacob Terry, who won the twomile race with a time of 10:03.72.

The 4x800 team of junior Lucas Foerster, senior Will Fowler, junior Jacob Terry and senior Alex Karam placed first with a time of 8:27.

Scarborough’s 4x200 team (senior Austin Doody, senior Cameron Langlois, junior Jerry Kenney and senior Maxwell Ornstein) ran 1:34.46, good for first place.

Other strong performances for Scarborough included Langlois placing second in the 55m hurdles, Kenney placing third in the 400m, Colin Jones placing third in the 800m and junior Hugh McSorley placing third in the shot put.

Freshmen Sam Rusak and junior Edward James placed third and fourth respectively in the pole vault.

While most of the Red Storm runners are done competing until the outdoor track season, which begins in April, the 4x200 relay team has another race to compete in.

The team’s has qualified to compete March 14 in the New Balance Indoor Nationals, a meet held at the Armory Track in New York City that pits some of the top athletes in the nation against each other.

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