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May 25—PLAINFIELD — Lyman Memorial’s Kristen Goodrich finished second in the triple jump, the final event of the day, to help the Bulldogs win the Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II-III girls’ outdoor track and field championship on Monday at Plainfield High School.

Lyman trailed Bacon Academy 99-98, but Goodrich’s runnerup finish help the Bulldogs overtake the Bobcats for the team title, 106-101. Woodstock Academy won the boys’ title with 121.5 points, 5.5 points better than Griswold.

Goodrich won the high jump for Lyman, clearing 4 feet, 10 inches, while Leah Comeroski added a win in the 200-meter race in 27.22 seconds. The Bulldogs also won two relays with Gabriela Dinisoe, Ella Caplet, Comeroski and Elizabeth Scala teaming up to win the 4×100 in 53.01, and Kate Anderson, Magda Carpenter, Jessica Casey and Alyssa Judd winning the 4×800 relay in 10:31.83.

Montville’s Katelyn Plikus had a big day for the Indians, capturing the 100 hurdles (16.68), 300 hurdles (49.77) and joining Kiera MacCracken, Kylah Bilheimer and Sam Kuruchi to win the 4×400 relay (4:23.03). Plikus was voted best on track for her efforts.

Other local winners were St. Bernard’s Juliet Brady in the 100 (13.05), New London’s Akheena Farriors-Parcak in the 400 (1:01.74), Bacon’s Jordan Malloy in the 1,600 (5:34.81), St. Bernard’s Serena Britner in the 3,200 (11:54.46) and Bacon’s Jennifer Whipple in the shot put (3-25.25).

In the boys’ meet, New London’s George Senate was a double winner, capturing the javelin (138-0) and shot put (45-8). Senate was named best in field for the event. Other local individual winners were Griswold’s Michael Strain in the 1,600 (4:34.93), Lyman’s Dylan Lacey in the high jump (6-2), Bacon’s Peyton Adams in the long jump (19-11) and Bacon’s Justin Kelsey in the pole vault (11-0).

Griswold also won a pair or relays with Devon Chykow, Chancellor Walworth, Jacob Strain and Michael Yohe teaming up to win the 4×400 (3:34.72) and Ben Jeffs, Jacob Strain, Lucas Strain and Michael Strain winning with 4×800 (8:52.82).

Windham’s Jayden Vallafane was a triple winner, capturing the 200 (23.54), 400 (52.40) and triple jump (40-7.5).