Brunswick collected 36 team points to finish seventh out of 13 teams at the NEPSTA Division II Championships, held at Williston Northampton on Saturday. The Bruins set a number of school records at the event, as Harry Barringer led the team with three podium finishes.
Brunswick finished second at the first-ever FAA Track and Field Championships, held at Masters on Wednesday. The Bruins collected 132 team points, as Rye CDS won the overall team title with 207 points.
Brunswick had six first-place finishes at a four-team meet hosted by Taft on Saturday, as the Bruins finished second to the hosts. Brunswick collected 82 team points, 13 behind Taft, as Kingswood Oxford was third with 74 points and Hopkins finished fourth.
Tristan Joseph’s high jump of 5’10” set a new Brunswick record, as the Bruins competed against Trinity-Pawling and Hotchkiss on Wednesday at Trinity-Pawling. Joseph’s third-place result helped Brunswick gain 50 team points, as the Bearcats won the day with 104 points and the hosts finished in third with 27.
At a four-school meet at Trinity-Pawling on Wednesday, Brunswick’s 4x100 relay team matched a school record with a winning time of 43.5 seconds. Overall, the Bruins scored 75 points and finished second to Taft (104) and finished ahead of third-place Hopkins (41) and the fourth-place hosts (33).
Brunswick picked up a pair of relay wins along with a trio of second-place results at Masters on Saturday. The Bruins won the 4x100 and 4x200 relays, while taking silver in the shot put, long jump and the sprint medley relay.