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By Ron Knapp

It’s been an exciting week of conference championships in Connecticut that started with the NVL Championships last Friday and CCC Championships last Saturday. New meet or personal records and top CT performances are in the books as we review action from several meets since last Monday.

CTC Indoor T&F Championships

Floyd Little Athletic Center, New Haven, CT – Monday, 1/29/2024


In a reversal of team results from 2023, the Prince Tech boys and Abbott Tech girls claimed the Connecticut Technical Conference team titles last Monday in New Haven. 

The Prince Tech boys totaled 141 points to easily out score defending champion Abbott Tech with 88 points. The Falcons scored 40 of their points by winning all 4 relays with their season best time of 1:40.27 in the 4x200m with Christopher Richards, Nicolas LaPira, Damarion Wilson and Antwonne Blue. They also received a first place effort from Ismail Valdivieso in the 55m dash final with his PR of 7.02. Ezekiel Bilombele added 10 points in the 600m with his PR time of 1:35.87. Windham Tech’s Bode Paquin sped to victory with his PR of 38.83 in the 300m.

The Abbott Tech girls overwhelmed defending champions Prince Tech by a 151 to 85 point margin. The Wolverines from Danbury started the meet with a win in the 4x800m that was in addition to second place points in the three other relays. They also received a 1-2 finish in the 600m by Chloe Denton in her PR of 2:04.67 and Saniya Denton in her PR of 2:05.70. Harper Knapp had a busy night with second places in the 1600m and 1000m followed by her win in the 3200m to add 26 points. The Platt Tech 4x200m gained a season best of 2:12.98 from the team of Katarina Oliveira, Ariel Rivera, Stephanie Lickteig and Khlowie Visconti. Desire Freiman of Prince Tech had a PR night in winning the 55m hurdles (10.13), the 55m (7.77) and the long jump (15-2.5). 


NCCC Indoor T&F Championships

Floyd Little Athletic Center, New Haven, CT – Tuesday, 1/30/2024


On Tuesday night at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven the teams in the North Central Connecticut Conference vied for individual and team honors in their indoor track and field championships. After all results were tallied, the Suffield boys team successfully repeated as champions for the third consecutive year with 146.5 points over runner-up Rockville with 121 points in competition by the twelve teams. The Suffield girls joined their male counterparts as they emerged with 123 points,…

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