Following up on its Shoreline Conference title just a few short weeks ago, the Old Saybrook girls’ indoor track team placed a stellar third in the Class S meet on Feb. 14 at Floyd Little Athletic Center. With 42 points, the Rams came in behind only second-place Weston (67 points) and first-place Bloomfield (78 points). The boys’ team also fared well, finishing in 10th place with 17 points. Prevailing and earning state titles for the Rams were Cori Reid in the 600 (1:40.57) and the 1,600 sprint medley relay team of Sephora Givehand, Amanda Simoni, Erin Daley, and Christie DeAntonis (4:26.10). Also competing well were Katie Beezer in the 55 hurdles (2nd, 8.95) and long jump (9th, 15-3 ½), Christina Gosselin in the 1,600 (14th, 6:20.08), the 4x200 relay team of Simoni, Beezer, DeAntonis, and Reid (5th, 1:51.85), the 4x400 relay team of Erin Daley, Alison Daley, DeAntonis, and Reid (2nd, 4:14.30), the 4x800 relay team of Erin Daley, Kelsey Sparrow, Gosselin, and Mahlah Givehand (4th, 10:29.76), Amy Robinson in the high jump (8th, 4-10), Kelsey Pandiani in the high jump (18th, 4-6), Erin Featherstone in the pole vault (11th, 7-6), Jocelyn Hanley in the pole vault (12th, 7-0), Shelby Casner in the shot put (11th, 28-6), and Eden Wright in the shot put (18th, 27-5). Competing well for the boys were Nick Sumby in the pole vault (2nd, 12-0) and 55 hurdles (6th, 8.32), Greg Daley in the 55 hurdles (4th, 8.11) and long jump (5th, 20-0 ¼), the 4x200 relay team of Clayton Hobbs, Enrico Paterini, Sean McAvoy, and Trevor Gale (16th, 1:42), the 4x400 relay team of Derek Arbige, Alex Cabral, Tom Strand, and Paterini (13th, 3:52.18), the 4x800 team of Cabral, Arbige, Strand, and James Condulis (13th, 9:11.26), the 1,600 sprint medley team of Trevor Gale, Thanousone Sourignamath, Strand, and Arbige (16th, 4:10), William Featherstone in the pole vault (5th, 11-0), and Zachary Chupak in the shot put (14th, 41-04).