High School Roundup Greenwich sweeps Staples in track and field

May 18, 2019 GMT

Greenwich High School’s boys and girls track and field teams each registered impressive victories against Staples in an FCIAC meet held Thursday at Cardinal Stadium.

The Cardinals boys beat Staples, 105-39, while the girls squad won, 86-64.

In the boys’ 100-meter dash, Greenwich’s Ryan Raybuck crossed the finish line first in 11.05 seconds. Chris Wint was second for GHS in 11.40. On the girls’ side, Brett Edmonds of the Cardinals won the race in 13.26 seconds, followed by teammate Hannah Rifkin (13.53).

The 200-meter dash saw Wint win in 22.92, while Raybuck was right behind him (22.97). Zoe Harris gave the Cardinals girls a win in the 200 in 27.17. Jordan Numme took second for GHS in 27.2. Harris was also the winner in the 400 dash (58.51). Greenwich’s Caroline Webb took top honors in the 1,600-meter event (5:20.59) and Mari Noble placed first for GHS in the 3,200-meter run (10:40.75).


Anthony Hill of the Cardinals won the 110-meter hurdles (16.84), then placed first in the 300 hurdles (42.96). Calista Hedbabny was the girls high jump winner for the Cards (4-10), while Marissa Morganti had a winning performance in the girls pole vault (6-06.00).

Jada Williams won the long jump (16-03.00) and Greenwich teammate Madison de Blasi took first in the triple jump (31-00.50).

On the boys’ side, Owen Bianchi won both the high jump (21.11.50) and triple jump (45-03.00) for the Cardinals. Teammate James Heavey was the boys shot put winner (41.04). Joe Kraninger produced a winning effort for the home team in the discus (107-00) and Nevan Burke won the javelin (142-00).


The Cardinals dropped a 3-1 decision to FCIAC foe Ridgefield on Friday.

Whit Courage had 17 kills, two aces and seven digs to pace Greenwich.

Nick Bueti added 11 kills, one ace and five digs, while Jack Doss posted eight kills and three blocks for the Cardinals. Manuel Ortiz (22 assists, five digs, two aces) and Marlo Garcia (18 assists, six digs) and Aidan Munoz (17 digs)

Ridgefield was powered by Max Stafford (41 assists, nine digs, 11 service points).