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North Country shines at season-opening track meet in South Burlington

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NEWPORT — North Country High School’s track and field teams delivered impressive performances at their season-opening meet in South Burlington on Wednesday, with the boys team finishing second and the girls team placing third.

Highlighting the event was junior Sabine Brueck’s remarkable achievement of finishing first in four events. Brueck secured top positions in the 200m, 100m hurdles (setting a personal record, PR), 300m hurdles, and high jump (PR). Her standout performance played a significant role in the girls team’s overall success.

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Other notable performances in the girls team included Willow Clements securing second place in the long jump, Catorina Kinsey finishing fifth in the 400m, and Dylan Carr achieving fourth in the 1500m. In addition, Morgan Shaffer showed her versatility by placing in three events: 7th in the 100m hurdles, 8th in the 300m hurdles, and 6th in the high jump.

The boys team also had their share of top finishes. Jason Pelletier excelled with a second place in the high jump, third in the long jump, and third in the 300m hurdles. Levi Brewer was another key contributor, securing second in the 300m hurdles and sixth in the high jump.

In the relays, the girls’ 4x400m team, consisting of Willow Clements, Mara Bowers, Alina Horne, and Dylan Carr, took first place. The boys mirrored this success in both the 4x100m and 4x400m relays.

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Overall, the performance of North Country High School at this meet has set a promising tone for their track and field season, with several athletes not only showcasing their talent but also setting personal records.

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