The Wilton High boys and girls spring track and field teams finally got the 2018 off the ground on Tuesday, with both teams scoring wins over Stamford at home.

The Wilton girls were led by double winners Claudia Nanez, who was first in both the 100 and 200 meters, and Morgan Morgan McCormick, who won both the 1600 and 3200 meters. Nanez also took third in the 400 meters.

Other winners for the Warriors on the track were Bianca Reuter (400 meters) and Maddie Pfeiffer (300m hurdles).

In the field events, Wilton got wins from Covadonga Perez Pelaez (shot put), Hope Ullman (javelin), Anna Rava (pole vault), Andreen Reid (long jump), and Lacey Eller (triple jump).

Reid was also second in the 200 meters, while Clancy was also second in the 300m hurdles.

Lily Kealy took second in the 400. Margaret Fiesel was second in the 600 and Emily Welch was second in the 1600.

In the field events, Clancy was second in the high jump, Eller took second in the long jump, Cova Perez Pelaez was second in the javelin, Ullman was second in the discus, and Lucia Lampard was second in the shot put.

Other third-place finishes were turned in by Peyton Gildersleeve (1600), Lauren Chiappetta (100m hurdles), Cova Perez Pelaez (discus), Alexandra Bartels (javelin) and Nadia Voravolya (long jump).


For the Wilton boys, winners on the track were Wooder Thoby (200 meters), James Sweeney (400 meters), Richard Dineen (110m hurdles) and Christian Anastos (300m hurdles). Anastos also placed second in the 110m hurdles.

Other second-place finishes were recorded by Sam Mangino (200 meters), Jack Nanez (400 meters) and Flynn Crowther (800 meters).

Samuell Nonirit placed third in both the 110m and 300m hurdles. Also finishing third were Reed O'Brien (200 meters) and Charlie Wendorff (400 meters)

In the field events, Brandon Hawk was a double winner, taking first in both the discus and javelin. He was also second in the shot put.

Max Schwartz was first in the shot put and second in both the javelin and discus.

Devan Flores was first in the triple jump and Nicholas Furst won the pole vault.

Dineen was second in the pole vault and Wendorff was second in the high jump, while Stella took third in the javelin.