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Norwalk, McMahon Runners Win Track Titles

NORWALK, Conn. – Brien McMahon’s Shelly Lindo and Norwalk’s Adam Robertino had memorable performances in their final Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference track and field championship meet.

Lindo won three events, while Robertino became a rare three-time winner in one race when he captured the 110-meter high hurdles. Lindo led the McMahon girls to a fifth-place finish with 59 points. Darien won with 115, while Norwalk was 10th with 19. Robertino helped Norwalk finish seventh with 44 points, while Brien McMahon was 10th with 31. Staples won the meet with 147.5, ending Danbury’s 11-year stranglehold on the event.

Lindo won the 100 meters, 200 meters and 100 hurdles. She was the only three-time individual winner in the meet, and she made it look easy. She ran 12.26 in the 100, while Wilton’s Brynn Parsons was second in 12.99. In the 200, Lindo won in 24.79, with Parsons second in 25.9. She ran 15.96 in the hurdles, flowed by teammate Sarah Boyd in 16.38.

Other noteworthy performances by McMahon and Norwalk girls included a third in the 100 by Norwalk’s Crystle Hill, who also took sixth in the 400; Claire Turner of Norwalk, sixth in the 800; and Brien McMahon freshman Kristin Burnham, sixth in the 1,600 in 5:27.8 and seventh in the 3,200 in a personal best 11:37.9.

Boyd added a fourth in the 300 hurdles, and Hill was sixth in the long jump. Kamri Yarborough of McMahon took third in the shot put and sixth in the discus.

Robertino ran 14.72 and held off Danbury’s Shane Chiaravalle by 0.05 seconds. Djess Jacques of Norwalk finished seventh. Robertino also finished second to Chiaravalle in the 300 hurdles.

McMahon’s Darkym Stroud was seventh in the 100 and fifth in the 200. Shnyden Pierre of McMahon finished sixth in the 400, and John Christopher was sixth in the 800. Chris Madaaffari ran 9:44.69 in the 3,200, his best time of the year, and took fourth.

Norwalk’s Bobby Stringfellow added a fourth in the long jump, and McMahon’s Alex Louis was second in the triple jump.

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