Girls indoor track: Trumbull makes its mark in early meets
Trumbull High is off to a fast start this season, with a number of athletes qualifying for the upcoming FCIAC and state championships.
“I am extremely pleased with the early season performance of all of our girls,” Trumbull coach Dennis McLaughlin said. “I look forward to the remainder of the season, including the championship events.
“At the FCIAC meet at Staples on Saturday, Aleksandra Misiewicz qualified for FCIACs and states while setting a school record in the pole vault (9-1). Jeah Riodin (4-10) and Elena Mihaly (4-8) qualified for FCIACs and states in the high jump. Mya Ridley qualified for FCIACs in the shot put.”
At an FCIAC meet at Staples the week before, Sabrina Orazietti qualified for FCIACs in the 1600 meter run.
The day after Christmas, the Lady Eagles traveled to the New York Armory to compete in the North Shore H.S. Invitational.
The 4x800 relay team of Kali Holden, Carolyn Cardell, Maggie LoSchiavo and Emily Alexandru placed fourth with a time of 10:19.
Alexandru took fourth in the 600 meter event to qualify for the FCIAC and Class LL championships.
Cardell qualified for FCIACs and states in the 1000.
LoSchiavo qualified for FCIACs in the 3000 and Holden qualified for both FCIACs and states in the 3000.
Abby Michel qualified for FCIACs and states in the 55 meter.
Rebecca Margolnick qualified for FCIACs in the 1500 and 3000, and for states in the 3000.
37th Yale Interscholastic Track Classic
The 4x800 relay team of Kali Holden, Carolyn Cardell, Ally Zaffina and Emily Alexandru earned a first place medal with a time of 9:54.
Alexandru placed fourth in the 600.
In the 3000, Holden qualified to compete in the New Balance Indoor Nationals.
Michel and Zaffina qualified for FCIACs and states in the 300 and 3000, respectively.
Evelyn Marchand, Ella Consla and Erin Melia all qualified for FCIACs and states in the 600 meter event.
Meghan Becker and Ellie Malin qualified for FCIACs, with Becker also qualifying for states in the 3000.