Rangers’ prowess on display at North Country track and field meet

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The boys 4x400 relay (Tristan Morley, Adler Lahar, Gavyn Letzelter, Oscar Forsay)
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BARTON — The Rangers excelled at the North Country meet on Tuesday, May 7, with standout performances across various track and field events.

The girls’ team showcased their strength with Heather Alexander leading the charge by clinching a win in the javelin throw. Madison Bowman also secured a victory in the discus event.

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Notable second-place finishes included Brooklyn Hinton in discus, Sylvie Brownlow in shot put, and Natalie Rowell, who set a new school record in the pole vault with a leap of 7 feet 6 inches.

Additionally, the team saw third-place finishes from Brooklyn Hinton in shot put, Sylvie Brownlow in discus, Bella Hanover in long jump, Maeda Urie in high jump, and Madison Bowman in the 200 meters.

Both the 4×400 and 4×800 relay teams added to the point tally, contributing to the girls’ total of 106 points and a third-place team finish.

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On the boys’ side, Adler Lahar led with a win in the javelin. Other notable performances included a sixth-place finish in javelin by Oscar Forsay and in discus by Tristan Blay.

The boys’ relay teams also showed strong efforts, with the 4×100 relay team finishing fourth and the 4×400 relay team taking sixth place. Xaviar Chapdelaine made a commendable comeback from an injury to place fifth in the 1500 meters.

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