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June 21. 2014 10:37PM

Meet record set in NH decathlon, heptathlon

6/21/2014 The 58th NH State Decathlon Championships and 38th NH State Heptathlon Championships began Saturday morning at Nashua South High School. The events continue Sunday. Starlin Ortiz, of Londonderry High School, lands an over six foot long jump Saturday morning. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)

NASHUA - Freshman track sensation Corrine Kennedy of Lebanon set a event record in the 200-meter dash Saturday in the first day of competition at the New Hampshire Decathlon and Heptathlon Championships held at Nashua High School South.

With a time of 25.39, she shaved .01 off the old mark of 25.40 by Bree Robinson of Pinkerton Academy set in 2007. Kennedy also finished first in the 100-meter hurdles and holds the Heptathlon points lead with 2,666 after four events.

In the Decathlon, Starlin Ortiz of Londonderry leads after five events with 3,229 points. Ortiz finished first in three events: the 100-meter dash, the long jump and high jump.Another notable performance came from Anika Hibbert of Bedford, who won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 6 inches. She attempted to set an event record of 5 feet, 8 inches but failed on three attempts.Second day activities commence at 9 a.m. for the boys in the Decathlon and at 10 a.m. for the girls' Heptathlon.

Day Two events for the boys' include the 110 meter hurdles, the discus, pole vault, javelin throw and the 1,500 meter run.

The girls will compete in the long jump, javelin throw and 800 meter run.

Boys' Decathlon

Overall Points: 1) Starlin Ortiz - Londonderry 3229 2) Will Merchant - Lebanon 3006 3) Quintin Bazarnicki - Monadnock 2970 4) Joel Nkounkou -Dover 2944 5) Alec Boucher - Winnacunnet 2904 6) Ryan Hanley - Winnacunnet 2904 7) Alex Tamulonis - Milford 2833 8) Morgan Latham - Fall Mountain 2827 9)Shawn Case - Memorial 2821 10) Tommy Harter - Winnacunnet 2812100 meter dash: 1) (5-way tie for first) Starlin Ortiz - Londonderry, Quintin Bazarnicki - Monadnock, Ryan Hanley - Winnacunnet, Tommy Harter - Winnacunnet, William Goulding - Nashua North 11.40 6) Alex Tamulonis - Milford 11.50.Long Jump: 1) Starlin Ortiz - Londonderry 6.35m, 2) Evan Candage - Interlakes 6.28m, 3) Joel Nkounkou -Dover 6.19m, 4) Shawn Case - Memorial 6.03m, 5) Will Merchant - Lebanon 5.98m 6) Reed Bell - Kearsarge 5.76m.Shot Put: 1) Zach Astle - Kearsarge 13.48m 2) Brayden Hollowell - Nashua South 13.46m 3) Duncan Holland - Nashua North 12.39m 4) Will Merchant - Lebanon 12.24m 5) William McDonald - Memorial 12.21m 6) Danny Merchant - Winnacunnet 11.92mHigh Jump: 1) Starlin Ortiz - Londonderry 1.93m 2) Alec Boucher - Winnacunnet 1.87m 3) Will Merchant - Lebanon 1.83m 4) Joel Nkounkou -Dover 1.78m, 5) (2-way tie) Ian Michaud - Milford, Derek Roy - White Mountains 1.73m400m Dash: 1) Tommy Harter - Winnacunnet 50.18 2) Quintin Bazarnicki - Monadnock 51.27 3) Reed Bell - Kearsarge 52.10 4) Ryan Hanley - Winnacunnet 52.29 5) Morgan Latham - Fall Mountain 53.09 6) Alex Tamulonis - Milford 53.23

Girls' Heptathlon

Overall Points: 1. Corine Kennedy - Lebanon 2666 2. Letti Hibbard - Bedford 2563 3. Lindsey Beauregard - Hollis/Brookline 2248 4. Anika Hibbard - Bedford 2229 5. Yorgelis Ortiz - Londonderry 2173 6. Jess Hackett - Dover 2150 7. Jackie Luckhardt - Londonderry 2065 8. Katelyn Suprenant - Pelham 2057 9. Kayla Blair - Monadnock 2028 10. Claire Russell - Monadnock 2023100 Meter Hurdles: 1, Corine Kennedy - Lebanon 15.7 2. Letti Hibbard - Bedford 16.30 3. (tie) Natalie Howes - Londonderry, Claire Russell - Monadnock 16.6 5. Riley Blue - Bedford 16.7 6. (3-way tie) Katelyn Surprenant - Pelham, Kayla Blair - Monadnock, Jess Hackett - Dover 17.0Girls High Jump 1. Anika Hibbard - Bedford 1.67m 2. (tie) Letti Hibbard - Bedford, Corrine Kennedy - Lebanon 1.62 4. Yorgelis Ortiz - Londonderry 1.52 5. Lindsey Beauregard - Hollis.Brookline 1.47 5. (3-way tie) Jackie Luckardt - Londonderry, Jullian Ireland - Nashua North, Hannah Mahon - Hanover 1.47Girls Shot Put: 1. Lydie Randall - Monadnock 9.57m 2. Dominique Pascoal - Central 9.16m 3. Jackie Luckhardt - Londonderry 8.84m 4. Lindsey Beauregard - Hollis/Brookline 8.79 5.Becky Zakorchemny - Gilford 8.69m 6.Samantha Dwire -Central 8.68.Girls 200m: 1. Corrine Kennedy - Lebanon (State record) 25.39 2. Yorgelis Ortiz - Londonderry 26.93 3. Jess Harket - Dover 26.68 4. Letti Hibbard - Bedford 26.70 5. Claire Russell - Monadnock 27.01 6. Nadya Vitous - Monadnock 27.29.

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