Skowhegan Girls Indoor Track
Results & Schedules
Class A State Championships
Bonny Eagle (68),
Edward Little (24),
Hampden Academy (4),
South Portland (19),
Thornton Academy (70),
|Coach: Dave Evans
Last season: 8th in KVAC Class A
Top returners: Macy Lee (So., throws), Heather Lupo (Jr., throws, sprints)
Key newcomers: Allison Lancaster (Jr., sprints, jumps), Jayce Cushman (So., sprints, jumps), Mandy Price (Fr., sprints), Miranda Dudley (Fr., mid-distance), Alexis Bloom (So., hurdles, jumps), Erika Blake (Sr., hurdles, jums), Brianna Bacon (So., hurdles, racewalk), Maria Beaulieu (So., mid-distance, jumps), Regan Billings-Pearce (Fr., mid-distance), Sara Jane Cunnigham (So., pole vault, race walk
Outlook: Skowhegan should field a highly competitive team in KVAC A. Lee returns as one of the top throwers in the conference. She finished fifth in the shot put at the KVAC A indoor meet last winter. Lancaster qualified for the Class A state outdoor meet in the 100-meter, 200 and long jump. Cushman also qualified in the 100 and triple jump last spring.
Coach’s comment: “(I’m) excited about the girls squad. (This is the) best group of athletes the program’s seen in a long time. (We) should be very competitive with several top-tier athletes.”
Brown may try 1,000
Waterville´s Bethanie Brown hasn´t decided how many events she´ll compete in at the New England championships.
[Central Maine Newspapers 03/01/13]Purple Panthers, Rangers set to do battle
Waterville seeks its third straight Class B girls´ title, and Greely figures to be its biggest obstacle again.
[Central Maine Newspapers 02/17/13]
About Skowhegan Girls Indoor Track
61 Academy Circle
Lucille D. Faucher-Kuhlman and Randy Jarvais