Edward Little’s Makenna Drouin runs to victory in the 100-meter hurdles race during a regular season track meet April 21, 2022, at Maranacook Community School in Readfield. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — Edward Little’s Makenna Drouin won the 300-meter hurdles title and broke a state record at the New England track and field championships Saturday.

Drouin, a sophomore, ran the race in 43.74 seconds, which is a new record for a Maine runner.

Drouin also earned an eighth-place finish in the 100-meter dash (12.49). She ran a 15.18 in the 100 trials but decided to not run in the final.

Another Edward Little hurdler, Tudum Monday, placed fourth in the boys 110 hurdles, clocking in at 14.82 seconds. Monday also ran 39.48 in the 300-meter hurdles for a fifth-place finish.

Lewiston’s Amelia Wedderburn took fourth in the long jump (17 feet, 10.75 inches), while Lisbon’s Sarah Moore finished in fifth place (17-09.25).

Moore also finished fifth in the high jump with a top leap of 5 feet, 3 inches, a Lisbon High School record. Moore teamed up with Kiana Goldberg, Gabby Chessie and Kayla Cooper for another school record in the 4×100-meter relay, with a time of 51.02.


GREELY 23, MT. BLUE 0: Asja Kelman netted four goals while Jenny Medrano, Allie Read and Charlotte Taylor each had three goals and three assists to power the second-seed Rangers (12-2) past the 10th-seed Cougars (9-5) in a Class B quarterfinal in Cumberland.

Eva Williams added three goals and two assists, and Lauren Dennen tallied two goals and two assists. Cady Hatch also scored twice.

Greely hosts third-seeded Cony in the semifinals at 1 p.m. Wednesday.

Michelle Seaberg made 10 saves for Mt. Blue.

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