Several Orono and Old Town athletes traveled this past weekend Norwell, MA to compete in the 72nd New England Interscholastic Track & Field Championship Meet, with Orono’s Jake Koffman turning in the top performance.

Koffman completed his dominance in the discus this season by winning the event with a toss of 190 feet, one inch. He also finished second in the shot put, with a throw of 59 feet.

The lone other top ten finishers from local schools was Old Town High School’s Oliviah Damboise, who was eighth in the triple jump with a leap of 36 feet, two inches.

Other local results were as follows:

Orono girls – 100 meters ,Katie O’Brien, 17th, 12.815, long jump 16th, 16-6.50, ; 400 meters, Rebecca Anido-Lopez, 23rd, 1:00.61; 400 meters, Camille Kohtala, 24th, 1:00.83; 800 meters, Kassidy Dill, 26th, 2:26.58; 3200 meter run, Hannah Steelmam, 11th, 5:02.76; Orono 4×100 meter relay (Brinsely Chasse, O’Brien Isabel Henderson, Kohtala), 26th (52.71); Orono 4×400 meter relay (Kohtala, Henderson, Dill, Loper-Anido), 18th, 4:14.59; Orono 4×800 meter relay (Jenna Gaetjen, Dill, Steelman, Lopez-Anido) 27th, 9:51.27;

Orono boys – 800 meters, Jacob Fandel, 20th, 1:58.25; 300 meter hurdles, 15th, Stephen Nelson, 40.53; 4×100 meter relay, Orono (Stephen Nelson, Braeden Selby, Adam Vazquez, Tony Maney), 27th, 46.08; 4×400, Orono (Selby, Fandel, William O’Neill, Nelson), 27th, 3:39.01.

Old Town girls – Pole vault, Damboise, 24th, 9 feet.

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