NORTON — The Norton High girls’ winter track team scored a 74-8 rout of Millis High at Wheaton College Tuesday night to remain unbeaten through five dual meets and clinch the Tri-Valley League’s Small School Division title.

Heather Kurland won both the 55 hurdles and 55 dash with personal best times, qualifying for the MIAA Division 4 State Meet in addition to finishing first in the high jump. The Lancers’ 4x400 relay team qualified for the Division 4 Meet as well.

The Norton boys’ 4x400 relay team of Jason Soares, Ethan Tetrault, Sean Wynne and Paul Wisnaskas clocked a season-best time en route to a 59-23 victory over Millis in their meet at Wheaton College.

Norton girls 74, Millis 8: 55 hurdles 1-Heather Kurland 8.94, 2-Madeline Dolack 10.3; 55 1-Kurland 7.65, 2-Ali Murphy 7.76, 3-Eve Rodriguez 7.78; Mile 1-Skye Goba 5:53.4, 2-Ashley Schepis 5:58.3, 3-Destiny McGrath 6:08; 600 1-Isabellia Pietrasiewicz 1:42.9, 2-Kylie Dion 1:50; 300 1-Rodriguez 45.71, 2-Lindsey Bingel 46.3, 3-Lily Newll 49.3; 1,000 2-Meg Cross 3:18, 3-Shea Podbelski 3:29; Two mile 1-Schepis 14:14; Shot Put 1-Michaela Whiteside 30-3 1/2, 2-Erica Ransom 28-10; High jump 1-Kurland 4-6, 2-Bingel 4-6, 3-Newell 4-4; 4x400 relay 1-Bingel, Dion, Pietrasiewicz, Murphy, 4:13.3.

Norton boys 59, Millis 23: 55 hurdles 1-James Partridge 9.16, 3-Austin Petitpas 11.4; 55 1-Danny Tran 7.27, 2-Cam Bratt 7.3; Mile 2-Sean Wynne 4:51; 600 1-Ethan Tetrault 1:37.6, 3-Casey Dion 1:44.6; 300 1-Jason Soares 40.13, 2-Tran 40.42, 3-Bratt 42.1; 1,000 1-Paul Wisnaskas 2:54.2, 2-Derek Bamford 2:59.2; Two mile 3-Aidan Masse 11:45; Shot put 1-Ryan Carroll 38-4, 2-Jameson MacNaught 35-5; High Jump 1-Wisnaskas 5-10; 4x400 relay 1-Soares, Tetrault, Wynne, Wisnaskas 3:46.7.

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