By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor
The Dover-Sherborn Regional High School varsity winter track team had its best start to a season in program history this past weekend at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Senior Oren Wiemeyer broke the school record in the 600 after running a 1:28.89, previously held by current Boston College track star Erik Linden (1:29.1).
Junior Noah Guarini broke the two-mile record, also previously held by Erik Linden (10:11.17), with a time of 9:59.39.
The boys 4x200 relay team of Johnny Bennett, Nick Tuerk, Aidan Britt and Sam Litle broke the school record with a time of 1:35.95 to register a second-place finish in the event. The previous record of 1:37.84 was set in 2015 and was held by Justin Seymour, Robert Mosher, Chris Crosby and John Hargreaves. Britt also placed third in the 300 at 37.83.
Will Brown placed second in the 1000 (2:47.96), jumped 5’8” to tie for fourth place, and finished the day running the anchor leg on the 4×800 relay team that placed second along with Guarini, Toby Sagar and Wiemeyer (8:53.28).
On the girls side, Izzy Friedel (8.19) and Sigal Levine (8.19) qualified for the finals. Tatum Evans (44.61) placed fourth in the 300. The 4x200 relay team of Caitlin Britt, Freidel, Levine and Evans ran a 1:55.41 for a fourth place finish.
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