GRISWOLD — Kaleigh Bolduc, Gwen Andersen and Lila Rich won two events each as Stonington High earned a share of the ECC Division III girls track championship with a 113-36 win over Griswold on Tuesday.

Stonington and Montville shared the title after they both finished with 3-0-1 league records. They tied during their dual meet.

Bolduc won the 100 hurdles (16.8) and took first in the shot put (25-6). She was second in the 300 hurdles and the javelin. Times were only available for the winners.

Andersen placed first in the 100 (13.17) and the 200 (time unavailable).

Rich won the high jump (4-8) and the pole vault (9-6) and placed third in the triple jump.

Zoe Ribeiro won the javelin (72-3) and was second in the shot put.

Mary Gray won the 3,200 (14:16) and finished third in the 1,600.

Other first-place finishers were Jessica Detwiler (1,600, 5:39.7), Vanessa Benjamin (400, 65.5), Lindsey Orr (800, 2:28.9), Lucy Sternberg (triple jump, 29-8), and Lexa Van Duine (discus, 69-0).

Teagan O'Brien was second in the triple jump and third in the 100 hurdles and long jump.

Nancy Inthasit was second in the 200 and third in the 100.

Other second-place finishers were Lily Anderson (1,600), Emma Small (400), Keegan Donohue (800), and Nellie Horvath (3,200).

Izzy Yarnall contributed a third in the shot put.

Detwiler, Small, Orr and Anderson combined to win the 4x800 (12:11.3).

Inthasit, Andersen, Sternberg and Benjamin won the 4x100 (53.1). Donohue, Benjamin, Small and Detwiler finished first in the 4x400 (4:29).

Stonington next competes in the ECC championships Monday at East Lyme at 3 p.m.

— Keith Kimberlin

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