The Girls Track Team Gets Redemption Over Plymouth North


Lizzie Quinlivan

Plymouth North team leads the Hingham two mile team at the second lap.

Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

On Tuesday, May 16th, Hingham’s girls track team redeemed themselves against the Plymouth North Track Team. Last year, Plymouth North defeated Hingham at the final Patriot League Meet.

Starting off with the 400 meter hurdles, Hingham swept the event with sophomore Peyton Belsher in first, freshman Ciara Dale in second, and senior Casey Cavanaugh in third. Other events that Hingham swept include the 100 meter hurdles with freshman Lila Belsher in first, sophomore Isabelle Gay in second, and freshman Taylor Aymar in third, high jump with junior Zoe Dainton in first, freshman Lila Belsher in second, and junior Maddie Hoffses in third, and the triple jump with sophomore Isabelle Gay in first, sophomore Kate Falvey in second, and junior Caroline Barry in third.

Perhaps the most anticipated and exciting event for the team was the 4×400 relay, run by Hingham’s Libby Ranocha, Ciara Dale, Lindy Stadtlander, and Emma Burleigh. Hingham ran a 4:11.7h while Plymouth North ran a 4:30.4h.
Although it was a very close meet, Hingham’s extreme effort and great performances led them to victory over not only Plymouth North, but the entire Patriot League.