BOSTON — Foxboro High’s boys and girls were bested in a dual meet with North Attleboro at the Hockomock League indoor track and field varsity meet at the Reggie Lewis Center Thursday.

The Warrior boys fell by a score of 65-34 and the girls by 66-25.

Adam Connolly had a pair of firsts for the Warriors in the boys’ 55 (7.05) by a margin of .04 seconds and in the boys’ 300 (37.71) by 1.6 seconds, both over North’s Nathan Schultz.

Ryan Proulx garnered a first in the boys’ 1,000 (2:40.43) by a healthy space of 15.2 seconds.

Tyler Hagan took a first in the long jump with a distance of 19 and Ali Nasri took third. Nasri also won the boys’ 55 hurdles in a time of 8.52 seconds.

Adarsh Yerramreddy and Tim Behn had third-place finishes in the 55 and the 600 respectively

The Warrior boys also won the 4x800 relay in a time of 1:41.77, just .02 ahead of the Rocketeer squad.

For the girls, Emma Dahl and Isabel Hallal placed first and second in the 600 with times of 1:45.67 and 1:50.05. Emily Steele placed second in the girls 1,000 (3:39.30). Emilia Lacy won the girls 1 mile in a time of 6:03.88, a margin of 4.57 seconds over North’s second place finisher, Melissa Sapini.

In a freshman-sophomore meet in New Bedford Saturday, Casey Dahl placed second in the girls 1,000-meter run with a time of 3:39.45 and Emilia Lacy got a fourth-place finish in a time of 6:08.02.

Brooks Stone also took a fourth place for Foxboro in the boys’ 1,000.

Tom Reilly can be reached at 508-236-0332 or treilly@thesunchronicle.com. Follow him on Twitter @Tomreillynews

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