Last year's girls' champion Portsmouth High.
The league portion of the outdoor track and field season officially begins on April 2 with more than a dozen meets taking part throughout the state. In terms of major meets and invitationals, that begins five days later on Saturday, April 7 with the annual Knights of Columbus 4-Mile Relays at Mount Pleasant's Conley Stadium. This year will be a special one for meet director and organizer Dick Duggan as the popular event will be celebrating its 50th anniversary.
In addition to a series of relays and a freshmen mile, the meet will also feature a hammer competition and a Special Olympics Relay. The meet will award T-shirts to the top 10 placements in the hammer and frosh mile. In the relays, T-shirts will be awarded to first- through fifth-place teams in each division and a plaque will be given to the first-place teams.
The meet is sanctioned for teams in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. For additional information, click here. Below is a tentative time schedule.
Tentative Time Schedule(We may run up to 30 min. early ‑ after 9:30 am start)9:00 a.m. Girls Hammer Throw Boys Hammer Throw (following girls)9:30 a.m. Girls Freshmen Mile Run9:45 a.m. Girls 4 Mile Relay Girls Mixed Divisions -- Seeded on time10:15 a.m. Girls 4 Mile Relay on time Fastest Heat First 10:45 a.m. Boys Freshman Mile Run12:00 p.m. Heat II Boys 4 Mile Relay Fastest Heat will be Heat III11:15 a.m. Special Olympics Relay 11:30 p.m. Heat I Boys 4 Mile Relay Boys Mixed Divisions -- Seeded on time12:30 p.m. Heat III Boys 4 Mile Relay