Two student-athletes from Camden Hills and one from Belfast qualified for and participated in the 72nd New England Interscholastic Track-and-Field Championships on June 10 at Norwell High School.

The high school trio included Belfast's Jack Hansen in the long jump and Camden Hills' Augusta Stockman and Grace Iltis in the 1,600 meters.

Others, such as Belfast's Kylie Nelson (pole vault, long jump) and Mount View's Rayno Boivin (javelin), qualified for the championships, but opted not to participate.

Hansen was the third seeded long jumper from Maine at 21-1.5. In the 1,600 meters, Stockman was the third seeded Mainer at 5:14.22 and Iltis the fourth seeded Mainer at 5:18.06.

In the New England girls 1,600 meters, among 29 runners, Iltis, a freshman, finished 19th (5:15.13) and Stockman, a sophomore, 22nd (5:24.22).

Mia Nahom of New Milford, Conn., a senior, finished first at 4:53.33 in the event.

In the boys long jump, among 25 participants, Hansen, a freshman, finished 21st (19-9).

Smith Charles of Milton, Mass., a sophomore, finished first at 23-4.5.

Boivin was the third seeded Maine javelin thrower at 158-11. Nelson's seeds in her events were unavailable.

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