Scarborough’s Anthony Clavette wins the boys’ high jump at the Class A state meet.

Scarborough’s Jarett Flaker races to victory in the boys’ 200 at Saturday’s Class A state track and field meet. The Red Storm won the team title.

Last weekend’s outdoor track and field state championship meets produced a familiar champion and several top-notch individual performances.

Class A

At the Class A state meet in Lewiston, Scarborough’s boys’ team posted 110 points and won its third championship in four seasons and gave the Red Storm an outdoor crown to go with cross country and indoor track titles already won this school year.

Sprint standout Jarett Flaker, who missed last year’s state meet because of a hamstring injury, captured the 100 (in 10.92 seconds), the 200 (22.49) and 400 (49.64) and his leg on the 4×400 relay team (which also included Jayden Flaker, Warren O’Shea and Noah Drapeau) pulled the Red Storm from fourth to first in the last 150 yards for a winning time of 3 minutes, 30.74 seconds.

“I was happy to be healthy,” Jarett Flaker said. “(On the relay), I definitely felt my hammy, but I needed to be mentally strong and trust I’ve done the rehab and I’m ready to run. It came down to the (relay) and I knew I had to run hard the whole way.”

Scarborough was also first in the 4×800 relay (Harrison Osborne, Zachary Berry, Tristram Coffin and Noah Drapeau, 8:08.84), Anthony Clavette won the high jump (6 feet, 6 inches) and Ben Hatch was first in the long jump (21-7.25).

The Red Storm’s 4×100 relay team (David Undlin, Jayden Flaker, Salvator DeBenedetto and Thomas Galeckas) was fourth (44.33).

Clavette finished runner-up in the 110 hurdles (15.44) and seventh in the triple jump (41-10.25). Jayden Flaker was third in the 110 hurdles (15.45) and third in the 300 hurdles (41.16). Ian Gott tied for third in the pole vault (12-6). Coffin came in fourth in the two-mile (9:45.29). Nathan Mars was fifth in the shot put (47-11.5). Galeckas finished seventh in the 100 (11.51). Drapeau was seventh in the 800 (2:01.38). Erik LoSacco came in seventh in the two-mile (9:55.50).

South Portland had 21 points and came in ninth. The Red Riots were led by Joseph Emery, runner-up in the long jump (21-2.5). Jacob Costin was third in the racewalk (7:50.05). Eben Drolet finished fifth in the racewalk (8:16.04). Cliff Robbins-Sennewald placed sixth in the racewalk (8:24.55). Nathaniel Ellington was sixth in the shot put (47-8.75).

In the girls’ meet, won by Cheverus with 100 points, Scarborough (54) came in fourth. The Red Storm got wins from Emily Labbe in the 100 hurdles (15.08) and Anna Gardner in the pole vault (10-0).

Scarborough’s 4×800 relay team (Emily Johnson, Megan Randall, Rachel Peterson and Kayla Werner, 10:04.31) and 4×100 relay squad (Labbe, Madison Marinko. Sarah Callahan and Molly Murnane, 50.53) were both runners-up.

Labbe was also runner-up in the 300 hurdles (46.29). Marinko placed fourth in the 100 hurdles (15.66). Murnane was fifth in the 100 (12.89). Kayla Werner finished sixth in the two-mile (11:49.51). Leah Dickman was seventh in the javelin (103-10).

South Portland (35 points) was sixth. Anna Folley was runner-up in the 800 (2:19.09). Kaleisha Towle finished third in the 100 hurdles (15.65) and fourth in the 300 hurdles (47.3). Rebekah Dunphe-Hunnewell was third in the shot put (36-7.5) and fourth in the discus (111-7). Geneva Holmes finished seventh in the shot put (33-2.5). The Red Riots’ 4×400 relay team (Towle, Madelynn Drolet, Julianna Coyne and Folley) was third (4:12.52).

Class B

In the Class B boys’ meet in Brewer, won by York with 63.33 points, Cape Elizabeth had 32.5 points to place eighth. The Capers were led by Jack Bassett, won the mile in 4:31.3 and finished runner-up in the two-mile (9:59.32).

Will Pearson, who was third in the racewalk (7:52.7). Peter DiNinno was fifth in the mile (4:39.6) and fifth in the two-mile (10:20.46). Ricky Perruzzi finished sixth in the two-mile (10:21.12). Matthew Conley tied for seventh in the high jump (5-8).

Brewer won the Class B girls’ meet with 84 points. Cape Elizabeth (24 points) was 10th. The Capers were led by Darcy Cochran, champion of the 100 hurdles (15.15), third in the 300 hurdles (47.03) and seventh in the triple jump (32-2). Jaya McClure finished fourth in the long jump (15-8.5). Camilla Grosso came in sixth in the two-mile (12:02.75). Kelsey Kennedy was seventh in the mile (5:32.79).

New Englands

The New England championships are Saturday at Thornton Academy.

Press Herald staff writer Deirdre Fleming contributed to this story.

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