They honored the record breakers and longtime race director Mary Cady at the EMITL / PVC championship meet Friday evening at the UMaine fieldhouse.

Cady directed her final indoor meet after more than two decades coordinating high school meets.

As for the record breakers, Bangor High School senior Rihan Smallwood  broke her own EMITL pole vault record by three inches. Johann Bradley from Hampden Academy also broke his own record, pole vaulting 14-feet 6-inches.

Brewer High School senior Austin Lufkin threw the shot put just over 59-feet to win that event. His throw was a couple of inches less than the record he set last week. Bangor won the team title in the shot put.

Boys Team Coach of the Year: Dan Juilli, Brewer
Boy Outstanding Performer of the Meet: Paul Casavant, Hampden
Anne Norton Sportsmanship Award: Joshua Willey, Old Town

Boys team scores: Bangor 68, MDI 61, Brewer 57, Hampden 55,
Old Town 45, Washington Acad 42, Orono 26, John Bapst 22,
Geo Stevens 18, Ellsworth 12, Bucksport 12, Hermon 8, Foxcroft 8,
no score Central, Mattanawcook, Sumner

Girls Team Coach of the Year: Al Mosca, Bangor
Girl Outstanding Performer of the Meet: Tia Tardy, MDI
Anne Norton Sportsmanship Award: Logan Reardon, Central

Girls Team Scores: Bangor 81, MDI 70, Old Town 56, Hampden 51,
Geo Stevens 46, Orono 41, Brewer 39, John Bapst 30, Hermon 8,
Central 5, Ellsworth 5, Bucksport 2, no score Foxcroft, Mattanawcook,
Sumner, Washington Acad

92.9 The Ticket Photo / Brewer HS Shot Put Thrower Austin Lufkin
92.9 The Ticket Photo / Longtime Race Director Mary Cady

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