Westbrook hosts annual boys Relays

Jacob Sirois weaves with traffic in the 1600 Relay last Friday.

Westbrook annually hosts the outdoor boys Relays, and this year was no different.

Bonny Eagle looked strong in a variety of events, including the 3×110 Hurdles, where they finished third. Likewise, the Scots took third in the Freshman/Sophomore 4×100 and third in the High Jump. Windham, meanwhile, posted an especially solid showing in the 4×1600, where they finished third.

“Westbrook Relays were a great opportunity for athletes to try new events and allow everyone an opportunity to do some relays,” said Windham boys head coach Paula Pock. “The athletes really enjoy the chance to do some unusual relays with teammates they don’t usually have an opportunity to work with.”

Jacob Sirois weaves with traffic in the 1600 Relay last Friday.

Dan Smith arcs over the bar in last Friday’s High Jump competition at Westbrook.

Eben Kittredge-Cram lays down a High Jump for the Scots at last Friday’s Westbrook Relays.

Yuan Gao is among the Scots’ Racewalkers this spring.

John Vedral leaps the Long Jump for Bonny Eagle last Friday.

Roullah Habibzai competes in the Racewalk for Windham on Friday.

Hunter Dionne triple-jumps for Windham at Westbrook on Friday.

Ben Breton runs the Mile for Windham on Friday.

John Gilberti navigates the Mile alongside a cadre of competitors and teammates on Friday.

Reese Preston ran a leg of the Windham Mile at Westbrook on Friday.