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  • State results

    Mark Dumas qualified for the State Open championship in the shotput with a throw of 48 feet, 2 ¼ inches to take fifth at the Class MM state track championship Wednesday. Connor Huda was sixth in the discus and seventh in shot and Natanael Colon placed 10th in the 400-meter.

    Dumas went on to finish 20th in the State Open championship with a best throw of 44 feet, 5 1/2 inches in the shotput at the State Open championship on Monday at Willow Brook Park in New Britain.

    "Mark threw well all season. He came up a little short (Monday). There was an extra delay before Mark’s flight, due to the finals of the discus. Several shot putters from Marks flight  were in the discus," boys track coach Pete Lusa said. "It was a cold and dreary day. The walkway to the competition area was under a couple of inches of water. I just think too much cold and time got in the way."


    Centaurs place at ECC championship

    Mark Dumas was third in the shot put, Natanael Colon third in the 400-meter and Connor Huda sixth in the discus for the boys track team which placed 12th in the ECC boys track championship.

    Centaurs fall to Waterford

    The boys were paced by Natanael Colon who won all three sprint events, but the Centaurs fell short to the Lancers 85-65.

    Colon won the 100m (11.18 seconds); 200m (23.3) and 400m (52.8).

    “Natanael is coming into his own on the track. He is focused and challenging himself to achieve his best times. Senior year has a way of assisting that focus and drive, and for an athlete with his ability, it is the perfect environment,” Lusa said.

    Mark Dumas won the shot with a throw of 46 feet, 3 inches while Connor Huda captured the discus, hurling it 117-5.

    “Both Connor and Mark are seniors that have been steadily working to improve all their years of track. They watch the other athletes progress via the internet and they stay focused. They also have each other on the team for a little inter-squad rivalry,” Lusa said.

    Lucas Couture cleared the pole vault in 9-6 to capture first-place honors for the Centaurs (0-4, 0-3).


    Indians too much for Centaurs

    Nate Colon won the 400-meter race for a third consecutive time this season, but Montville just had too much depth for the Centaurs and posted a 106-44 win over the Centaurs.

    Colon recorded a 51.4 second time for the win and also finished third in the 200-meter with a time of 22.6 seconds.

    Mark Dumas was first in the shotput with a throw of 46 feet, 2 inches and Connor Huda won the discus with a toss of 123 feet for the Centaurs (0-3, 0-2 Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II). 







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Centaurs Opponent Time/Score
The Academy at Bacon Academy Wednesday, April 11 FINAL: 91-58 (L)
The Academy vs. Fitch Wednesday, April 18 FINAL: 95-56 (L)
The Academy at Killingly with Stonington Wednesday, April 25 @ 4 p.m.
The Academy at Ledyard Relays @ Ledyard High School Friday, April 27 @ 4 p.m.
The Academy at Ledyard Relays at Ledyard High School Saturday, April 28 @ 10 a.m.
The Academy at Montville Wednesday, May 2 FINAL: 106-44 (L)
The Academy at Middletown Invitational @ Middletown HS Saturday, May 5 @ 1 p.m.
The Academy vs. Waterford Wednesday, May 9 FINAL: 85-65 (L)
The Academy at Eastern Connecticut Conference Championship at East Lyme HS Wednesday, May 23 @ 2:30 p.m.
The Academy at Killingly Friday, May 25 @ 4 p.m.


Name Grade Event (s)
Dan Creme 12 Hurdles
Natanael Colon 12 200m; 400m; 800m
Felix Gould 12 400m;800m;1,600m
Mark Dumas 12 shot put
Connor Huda 12 discus; shot put
Julian Martin 12 sprints
Zachary Zavorkas 12 javelin; discus
Kenneth Birlin 11 800m; 1,600m; 3,200m
Kyle Buell 11 High jump; sprints
Lucas Couture 11 Pole vault
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