BOSTON — Westbrook freshman Nyagoa Bayak led a 1-2 finish for Maine girls’ high jumpers Sunday at the New England high school indoor track and field championships, held at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center.

Bayak, the Class A state champion, won the New England title with a jump of 5 feet, 7 inches. Class B state champion Emma Egan of Yarmouth tied for second at 5-5.

Bayak was the only Maine winner, but several others turned in impressive performances.

Erick Seekins of Brewer and Cheverus freshman Tre Fletcher placed second and third in the boys’ long jump, at 21-91/4 and 21-7. In the boys’ shot put, Waterville’s Trever Gray (57-1), Brewer’s Austin Lufkin (53-113/4) and MCI’s Curtis McLeod (53-73/4) finished second, fourth and fifth.

Maine’s other top-three finishers were Griffin Madden of Scarborough in the 55-meter hurdles (third, 7.69 seconds) and Falmouth’s 800-meter relay team (third). The Falmouth quartet of Matt Polewaczyk, Nick Sanzari, Nigel Dunn and Tony St. Angelo set an all-time Maine best with a time of 1:31.83.

Also, Elisabeth Redwood of Bonny Eagle placed sixth in the girls’ 600 with a Maine-best time of 1:35.43.

n Dan Guiliani of South Portland broke the New England high school record in the shot put while competing Sunday in the Maine USA Track and Field championships in Orono.

Guiliani’s throw of 65-4 eclipsed the record of 63-11 set in 2000 by Jeff Chakouian of Seekonk, Massachusetts.

It was Guiliani’s first meet since he suffered an elbow injury in December. He was ineligible to compete in the New England high school championships because he missed the state championships.

Guiliani’s outdoor best is 66-4.