The English boys and girls track teams had a solid day Thursday in a sweep of Medford. The boys, who won 62-58, got wins from Jose Portillo in the shot put (30-3 3/4), Randolphe Joseph in the discus (77-1), Jeriel Garcia in the javelin (119-5), Prince Brown in the 100 (11.5 seconds), Calvin Seng in the 400 (59.9), Gay Zoe in the 800 (3:22.2) and Janiel Tejeda in the one-mile (5:58.2).
For the girls, who won 80-32, Gzane Williams, Kahlee Smith-Whelton and Jackie Ramirez each won two events. Williams won the high jump (4-0) and the 100 hurdles (20-9), Smith-Whelton won the shot put (29-5) and the javelin (90-7) and Ramirez won the 800 (2:55.7) and the two-mile (13:40.1). Other winners for English were Hannah Trahant in the long jump (15-0), Faidat Amisu in the 200 (29.7) and Lydia Splaine in the one-mile (8:42.2).
Somerville 93, Classical 32
Classical got wins from Oladeji Jolaoso in the long jump (16 feet, 3 inches) and Jonathan Fernandez in the discus (98-7).
Peabody 105, Danvers 31
The Tanners won all but three events in the victory, with Jacob Hawthorne leading with wins in both the triple jump (39-6 1/2) and the 100 (11.5). Other winners for Peabody were Chioke Onwuogu in the long jump (19-0), Brandon Glass in the discus (129-0), Joshua Ilori in the 110 hurdles (17.7), Kemani Jackson in the 400 hurdles (1:01.0), Jordan Ilori in the 200 (23.8), Cam Rich in the 400 (55.0), Joshua Atemkeng in the 800 (2:12.7), Antonio Craveiro in the one-mile (4:52.3) and Claudio Rocha in the two-mile (9:37).
Marblehead 97, Gloucester 39
Jarrod Langton and Nik Cams were both double-winners for Marblehead, with Langton winning the long jump (19-6) and the triple jump (37-5 3/4) and Cams winning the javelin (125-2) and the 110 hurdles (17.8). Other winners for the Magicians were Cam Heafitz in the high jump (5-6), Eric Faia in the shot put (39-4 1/2), Joe Doherty in the 100 (11.6), Devin Romain in the 200 (24.3), Nate Mullins in the 400 (58.9) and Oliver Glass in the two-mile (10:41.9).
Lynn Tech 92, Chelsea 46
Lynn Tech 121, PMA 11
Elvin Gonzalez had a big day for the Tigers, winning the 400 hurdles, the 200, the high jump and the long jump. Angel Hernandez won the shot put and the javelin, while Mikko Sauraz won the discus, Amari Gaston won the 100, Luis Pinero won the triple jump and Edwin Gonzalez won the 100 hurdles. The 4×100 relay team of Gonzalez, Hadair Bdawi, Victor Bellamar and Ratha Thach also earned a win for Tech.
Classical 71, Somerville 61
Favour Agbonsalo and Rachel Brennan were both double-winners for Classical, with Agbonsalo winning the shot put (23-6 1/2) and the discus (62-2) and Brennan taking the 800 (2:39.7) and the one-mile (5:56.5). Jayla Blevins got a win in the javelin (56-2).
Peabody 110, Danvers 18
Alexa Flewelling and Aaliyah Alleyae were both double-winners for Peabody, with Flewelling taking the high jump (4-8) and the triple jump (30-1/4) and Alleyae winning the shot put (26-5 1/4) and the 110 hurdles (19.1). Other winners for Peabody were Dado Nasso in the long jump (16-11 1/2), Courtney Kline in the discus (83-3), Angelina Nicolo in the 400 hurdles (1:18.2), Sadai Headley-Sawasi in the 100 (13.5), Alexsandra Bettencourt in the 200 (27.5), Sarah Enes in the 400 (1:07.9), Bridget O’Connell in the 800 (2:32.4), Victoria Lombardi in the one-mile (5:41.9) and Alexandra Barrett in the two-mile (13:55).
Marblehead 64, Gloucester 64
Mae Genovese won both the shot put (24-3) and the discus (73-5) to lead the way for Marblehead. Other winners for the Magicians were Cara Grazado in the 110 hurdles (19.1), Caroline Wales in the 200 (29.5), Tess Whalen in the 800 (2:40.4), Hanna Feingold in the one-mile (5:39.2) and Caroline Johnson in the two-mile (13:42).
Lynn Tech 103, PMA 20
Chelsea 73, Lynn Tech 64
The Tigers got wins from Alondra Sanchez in the shot put, Iranis Julio in the javelin and Angelina Castro in the two-mile. The 4×100 relay team of Michayla Lawrence, Chayanne Jean-Baptiste, Felicity Blaney and Kengeraliz Carrasquillo also earned a win, as did the 4×400 relay team of Nayekis Diaz, Michelle Generazzo, Meralis Ventura and Melanie Ortega.