Hough, Parent set new school records

May 8, 2010
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Tayla Hough and Marissa Parent set new Revere High School records to highlight the past week for the Revere High girls track team.

Tayla broke her own record in the 800 meter run of 2:32.7 with a new mark of 2:32.2. in Monday’s meet against Salem. Marissa established a new standard for a Lady Patriot in the 200 meter dash with a clocking of 27.2, eclipsing the previous fastest time of 27.5, in last week’s meet with Lynn English.

Coach Peter DiGiulio’s squad split the meets, easily defeating English 100-20, but dropping an 85-52 decision to Salem.

Leading the way for Revere in the triumph over English with first place finishes were: Elizabeth Nutile in the 400 intermediate hurdles in 80.1 and with a triple jump of 28-4; ; freshman Caitlyn Caramello in the two mile in 13:24; Colby Hough in the mile in 5:59.9; Melissa Adreani in the 110 high hurdles in 19.6 and in the high jump with a leap of 4-8; Briana Scata with a shotput toss of 28-3.5, Briana’s best this season; Theresa Santiano McHatton with a long jump of 14-3.5; Jessica Mack with a discus throw of 65-3, a personal record (PR); Taryn Kershaw in the 400 in 69.7; and Tayla Hough in the 800 in 2:35.1.

Second place finishers for the Lady Patriots were: Kassandra Digitale in the mile in 7:07.8; Santiano McHatton in the 100 dash in 13.7; Sara Boukdad in the 400 hurdles in 87.1; Shaye Nelson in the two mile in 13:38; Parent in the 200 in her record sprint of 27.2; MacDonald with a high jump of 4-8 and in the 110 hurdles in 19.9; Boukdad in the 110 hurdles (tying MacDonald) in a PR of 19.9; Parent with a long jump of 13-10.5; Jennifer Dandrow with a triple jump of 26-7.5; and Noelle Galli with a PR toss of 26-11 in the shotput.

Third place points were added by: Caramello with a leap of 4-4 in the high jump; Brianna Alimonte with a PR throw of 25-5 in the shotput; Chanyce Kane with a triple jump of 25-0; Amel Derra Chouk with a PR of 29.2 in the 200; Nutile with a PR run in the 800 of 2:50.9; Angelica Cimino in the mile in 8:37.1; Amanda Digitale in the 100 dash in 13.9; Scata with a discus toss of 59-2; and Dandrow in the 400 hurdles in 94.2.

In the Salem meet, Parent captured the long jump with a leap of 14-4; Caramello took the two mile run in 13:12; and Hough took first in the 800 with her school record run of 2:32.3.

Other notable performances included Alimonte with a PR javelin toss of 64-6, good for second place, and Taja Kysilovsy with her own PR of 63-1 in the javelin to place third.

MacDonald took second in the 110 hurdles in 17.3 and the high jump with a leap of 4-8. She also ran a leg of the victorious 4 x 400 relay team.

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