Greenwich girls fifth, boys 21st in CIAC class LL track finals

It took a few days later than anticipated, but the Greenwich High School boys and girls track teams finally took to the track at the Floyd Little Athletic Center for competition in the CIAC class LL indoor track finals.

The Big Red girls team finished fifth overall, netting 33 points. Norwich Free Academy won the event with 83.50 points. Staples took second with 58 points and Glastonbury rounded out the top three with 46.50 points. Ridgefield was fourth on the day with 46 points.

On the boys side, the Cardinals netted two points on the day, tying Chcshire High School and were one away from Manchester and New Milford High School.

For the girls, Isabella Narvaez finished the 300-meter dash with the silver, posting a time of 41.94 seconds. Narvaez was also one of four athletes that took told in the 4×200-meter relay. Narvaez, along with Anna Black, Emily Johnson and Naomi Leeds crossed the finish line with a time of 1:47.08 and were nearly one-half second faster than Norwich Free Academy.

The Greenwich girls also reached the podium in the 4×400-meter relay event, as Narvaez, Black, Jenny Goggin and Elizabeth Warner took third with a time of 4:08.96. Not to be outdone were the GHS girls in the 1,600-meter sprint relays, as Lindsay Noskin, Johnson, Goggin and Kathryn Bernstein finished second overall and almost a second faster than third place Trumbull, netting a time of 4:25.66.

Competing in the 4×800-meter relay, the foursome of Emma Heerdt, Mia Bonanno, Bernstein and Goggin gave Greenwich another point for its total, grabbing sixth overall with a time of 10:10.35.

Rounding out the top performers for the GHS girls team was Anna Piper, as she finished tied with Glastonbury for eighth in the high jump with a height of 4-10.

The Greenwich boys got their scoring from Daniel Wilbanks. Competing int he 1,000-meter run, Wilbanks got past Danbury’s Mickey Kozak and finished fifth overall with a time of 2:37.67.

Big Red came close to scoring points in the 1,600-meter sprint relay, as the foursome of Robert Wilson, Chandler Lasorsa, Louis Ambrogio and Wilbanks finished eighth overall, crossing the finish line with a time of 3:47.81. Another Greenwich group that advanced to the state open meet was the team of Wilson, Lasorsa, Stephan DeCarlo and Anbrogio in the 4×200-meter relay race, netting a time of 1:38.18.

Alex McGee had a strong performance in the shot put, grabbing 13th overall and tying Staples’ Tucker Rizzi with a distance of 40-02 1/4.

While both teams ran hard, there’s little rest this week. On Tuesday, the boys and girls track teams will be back at New Haven’s Floyd Little Athletic Center for the CIAC state open championship, which will get underway at 4.

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