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Meet 4: A late, but productive night in New Haven

It was a late Sunday night in New Haven as the Woodstock Academy indoor track teams competed in an Eastern Connecticut Conference meet at the Floyd Little Athletic Center at Hillhouse High School.

But while it was a late one, it was also a good one.

Bella Sorrentino had an impressive night.

The senior finished second in the 55m hurdles in 9.3 seconds and was also second in the shotput with a throw of 32-1.

She also joined Juliet Allard, Isabella Selmecki and Talia Tremblay for a fourth-place finish in the 4x200m relay. The team’s time of 1:57.37 qualified it for state competition.

Allard also had a personal best for the season as she finished in third in the 55m dash in 7.75 seconds.

Junior Julia Coyle also had a personal best for the season as she placed fifth in the 1600m in 5:42.66 and qualified for state competition.