Spring in the North Country can bring 30 degrees and sideways sleet or a baking 85 degree heat.  On Thursday afternoon, the Bears Track teams sweltered through a four-team dual meet on the Canton Track.  Despite the heat, both teams performed well with both teams defeating  all other squads.  It was a true team victory as the meet was won with the top to bottom strength of both squads.  With the victories, Canton Girls Track moves to 4-1 on the season and the Canton Boys Track rolls at 5-0.  

Event winners on the girls side where Makayla Douglas (100), Grace McDonough (1500), Rori McCarthy (400, 4×400), Bennett Schmitt (800, 4×400), Johanna Tupper (3000), Lexi Stuntz (4×400), Stella Shipman (4×400),  and Maddie Hoy (Triple Jump).

On the boys side, event winners on Thursday were Brendan Nolan (1600), Zachary VanBrocklin (Shot Put, 4×100), Caleb Wilkinson (4×100), Caleb Young (4×100), Aiden Rodriguez-Doyle (4×100), Hayden Bregg (400, 200, 4×400), Max Finley (400H, 4×400), Miles Gendebien (800, 4×400), Nick Lyndaker (3200), Vinny Nelson-Fuse (High Jump), Ayomi Odetoyinbo (Discus), and Chris Downs (4×400).  

In the next week, both teams head to the Salmon River Invitational on Saturday 5/14 and then they both face the always tough Wildcats of Gouverneur on Tuesday 5/17.

Full Results:  Canton vs MW/OFA/C-F

Teammates Hayden Bregg, Max Finley, and Nick Lyndaker congratulate Brendan Nolan for breaking 5:00 in the 1600m.

Caroline Hines about to leap in the triple jump!
Caleb Young (left), Zach VanBrocklin (center) and Hayden Bregg battle down the stretch of the 100 M dash.
Grace McDonough and Lexi Stuntz round the turn during their home meet on Thursday.

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