•   Amelia Everett wins the All-State title in the Mile and Justin Levy shutters the 400 meters school record that stood since 1966!

    Coach McChesney will be honored as the National Scholastic Athletics Foundation National Coach of the year.  This is a lifetime achievement award covering an entire career that started in Eugene, Oregon in 1980 and continues at Newton South.
    His teams won over 1000 dual meet wins, finished 1st or 2nd 21 times in All-State meets as a team. Several of his athletes became individual state champions, and many received all American honors,  
    Steve was part of the committee that started the Johny Kelley Youth race providing student-athletes volunteers through the years. He has hosted state relays and frosh / soph events, he is a track clinician and has earned the Oregon Coaches Association, MSTCA, National Federation for Ma, and Boston Globe coach of the year nomination on several occasions. 
    The ceremony will be held at Hayward Field in Eugene on July 3rd at 3:30 (Pacific Time).
    Congratulations coach!
     

    Bay State Running: Tribute to Lucy Jenks, Danny Collins and Ethan Jacunski

    Thank you so much for recognizing these amazing student-athletes!
    Our track program has always strived in teamwork and as you could hear from our athletes their personal accomplishments, as impressive as they are, had a second place in their minds when it comes to their team.
    These three athletes are leaders in our school not just in their teams and their impact will be with us and our programs for years to come. They exemplify our core values of Show Kindness, Listen First, Show Respect, and Take Responsibility. They lead their teams by example and especially by being aware of the needs of its members and the community.
    Their coaches have guided them through lows and highs but most importantly Ted Norton and Steven McChesney have helped them to grow as people.
    We are lucky to have these mentors connecting with our athletes through the year and to have athletes that have the heart of our LiONS.
    The interview can be seen by clicking the link below.

    Interview

    Boys Outdoor Track

    HEAD COACH Ted Norton
    ASSISTANT COACH
    Brad King 
    ASSISTANT COACH Marcela Norton 
     

     

    Girls Outdoor Track 

    HEAD COACH Steven McChesney
    ASSISTANT COACH Ariel Kenyon
    ASSISTANT COACH Kristen Hoffman
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    Jonathan Orelowitz, a team captain had a goal to better his school record-setting time‎ (4:18) from the DCL meet last week but had a little trouble holding on to the lead pack while they accelerated to the finish. But he was still smiling when they awarded him with a 5th place medal for 4:20.06. 
     
    Brett Miller in the same race wanted to be with his friend and teammate Jonathan, on the pace early on, however, he did his best for the day with a final meet performance 12th and a time of 4:25.33.
     
    Eero Helenius‎, also team captain, performed his duties of supporting his NS ‎mates in the pre-race warm-up and gave it his all in the highly contested 800M race, 12th place time 1:57.39 settling just close to his existing PR. "I left everything on the track", were his final words.
     
    Girls results:
    The 4X 800 team finished 5th with a time of 9.37.77:
    Running the relay on Thursday were; Lily Bulczynski, Kaity Schaughesssy, Sofia Arboleda, and Amelia Everett
     
    Amelia Everett won the All state title in the Mile with a time of 4.55.89

     Saturday June 26, 10:00am

    Justin Levy ran a very close 400M race 48.91 which replaces the outdoor school record set by Mark Young 49.3 from 1966.
     
    The 4x400 Relay team which included Justin, Eero Helenius, Thomas, and Peter Kamberidis crossed the finish line in 3:29.3 getting them an 8th place position as All-State contender‎s.
     
    Zezo Beshir should be proud of himself for his accomplishments today being the lone sophomore ‎amongst the upper-classmen throwing the shot put at the all-state meet. 13th place 47'9.5"
     
    South Boys team total overall 14th rank at the all-state meet while the Girls' team finished 16th overall.

    Boys Track  2021 Spring Season review

    Great season! Hope you enjoyed the experience! 

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    NS-85 LS-50

    NS-103 WA-42

    NS-109 AB-27

    NS – CC (Canceled-weather)

     MSTCA State Relays

     DCL Championship Meet

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    NS-160

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    WA-46

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     Full DCL Championship Results

    http://mstcatimingorg.fatcow.com/live-results/index.htm\

     Division I State Championship Track & Field meet (South-Large School)

    at Hingham H.S., Hingham MA

    Posted Results

    http://miaa.ezstream.com/index.cfm?ChnID=314&SubID=-1&chncd=314,-1&itemid=8428&parid=-1&Org=MIAA&CFID=90116030&CFTOKEN=86601956

     

     

    Track and Cross Country Informational Video-Girls team