Simsbury - Montville High School senior Shatajah Wattely put on a show Saturday at the Great Hartford Track & Field Invitational.
Wattely won the 100 and 200 meters, setting school records in both (12.11 in the 100; 24.86 in the 200). Both times were also the best times for girls in the state this season. Teammate Sonja Campbell won the shot, with a put of 34-1 1-4.
In addition, Chenoa Sebastian of Ledyard won the 100 hurdles with a time of 15.64. Teammate Cedar Nelson was sixth in the 3200 at 11:36.45.
H.S. boys' track
• Ledyard's 4x800 relay team finished sixth Saturday at the Greater Hartford Invitational. The team of Zack Higgins, Tyler Torelli, Andrew Kline and Corey Coates ran a time of 8:31.52. Also, Montville's Matt Navetta was fifth in the pole vault at 12-0.
• Tyler Chadwick won the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified race Saturday night at the Waterford Speedbowl.
Ledyard's Chadwick took the lead on lap 19 of the 35-lap race and held on to win for the second time this season. Nichole Morgillo finished second, Kyle James was third, Joe Perry was fourth and Salem's Joe Gada rounded out the top five.
Ken Cassidy Jr. of Lisbon won the 25-lap Mini Stocks race. Ian Brew finished second, Jeff Cembruch was third, Garrett Denton placed fourth and Wayne Burroughs Jr. of Oakdale finished fifth. Old Lyme's Jeff Smith won the 30-lap Late Models race followed by Waterford Dillon Moltz, Rich Staskowski, Bruce Thomas Jr. of Groton and Vin Esposito. Chris Meyer of North Franklin won the 25-lap Street Stocks race followed by Dan Darnstaedt, Norm Root Jr. of Old Saybrook, Salem's Corey Hutchings and Bill McNeil of Preston.
The Speedbowl also hosted a pair of Northeastern Midget Association race, celebrating the organization's 60th anniversary. Greg Stoehr won the 30-lap NEMA Midgets race and Brandon Igo won the 30-lap NEMA Lites race.
College men's track
• Conn College senior Doug Wright posted a time of 31.16 in the 10,000 meters to place fourth at the All-New England Championship. He earned All-New England honors with his personal record setting performance at MIT. Sophomore Mike LeDuc also earned All-New England honors after finishing third in the 3,000 meter steeplechase in 9:12.22.
Senior Trevor Siperek was the top Coast Guard finisher. He posted a time of 14:51.24 to place ninth in the 5,000. Sophomore Ben Wolhaupter placed 11th in the pole vault (14-5.25) while junior Will Baker was 14th in the discus with a throw of 140-11. Also for the Bears, the 4x400 relay team of Kelcey Smith, Joe Kelly, James Dawkins and Ben Hannon placed 17th with a time of 3:24.57.
College women's track
• Freshman Beth Gollin was the top Coast Guard finisher at the All-New England Championships, placing ninth in the 3,000 meter steeplechase (11:21.56). Emily Trudeau placed 16th in the shot put with a toss of 38-9.
• Old Lyme won the girls' first varsity race Saturday on Rogers Lake, beating Canterbury, Valley Regional and Choate. Old Lyme's winning team was Emily Powers, Ari Skoufos, Arielle Sherman-Golembeski, Elena Slpan and coxswain Elliot Mueller.
• South Florida completed a three-game sweep of Uconn, beating the Huskies 8-3 in a Big East Conference game. Tom Verdi homered and former Bacon Academy standout David Mahoney pitched a scoreless inning of relief for UConn (27-24, 14-10).