NEWPORT–On Friday, North Country hosted the first of three track meets that will take place at the school this season.
Phoenix Alix, who took second place in the girls high jump, spoke about her day at the track, saying, "It was only my second time doing it (high jump), and when I started, I couldn't jump over anything, so I was pretty pleased with how well I did."
Due to a technical snafu, the results were delayed in getting to the offices of the Express.
Also, thanks to the limited personnel available, and the vacation-induced roster shortages, team results were not kept.
Here are all of the top three finishes for the Falcons on Friday.
100m, Brian DeLaBruere, 1st, Morgan Greene, 3rd, 200m, Britni Jewer, 2nd, 400m Open, Connor Hogan 1st, Morgan Greene, 2nd, Briana Bonnell, 3rd, 800m Open, Ross DeLaBruere 2nd, Alex Cotnoir 3rd, Hayley Jo Tetreault 1st, 1500m Open, Sam Brunnette, 1st, Hayley Jo Tetreault 1st, 3000m open Sam Brunnette, 1st, High Jump, Hunter Stanley, 2nd, Hayley Jo Tetreault 1st, Phoenix Alix, 2nd, Mariah Gentley 3rd, Pole Vault, Chandler Prue, 1st, Neil DeLaBruere, 2nd, Long Jump, Laura Smith, 1st, Triple Jump, Brian DeLaBruere 2nd, Laura Smith, 1st, Shot Put, Nick Perkins, 2nd, Cassidy Webster, 1st, Jenna Moss, 2nd, Discus, Nick Perkins, 1st, Jowy Wade, 3rd, Cassidy Webster, 1st, Jenna Moss, 2nd, Javelin, Myriah Gonyaw, 1st, Morgan Greene, 2nd, 4x100, Falcons (m) 2nd, Falcons (f) 1st, 4x400, Falcons (m), (f) 1st, 4x800, Falcons (m) 1st.
The Falcons will be in St. Johnsbury today looking to keep things rolling as they build towards the Burlington Invitational that is right around the corner.
Meet time is 3:30.