A handful of Camden Hills track-and-field athletes participated in the fifth annual Maine Central Institute Husky Throwdown on Saturday, April 27.

The special high school event was all about the weight events — shot, discus and javelin — and included competition for boys and girls. In fact, the points accumulated by team members was combined to form that squad's overall score.

At the end of the competition, the "throwmeisters" were Maranacook's Ryan Worster (boys) and Waterville's Sarah Cox (girls).

The combined boys and girls team scores were: Gray-New Gloucester 63, Waterville 59, Maine Central Institute 46, Maranacook of Readfield 37, Erskine Academy of South China 31, Messalonskee of Oakland 28, Skowhegan 22, Mount Ararat of Topsham 14, Madison 9, Camden Hills 8, Orono 7 and Central of East Corinth 6.

The individual Windjammers results included:

Girls javelin — 7, Grace Wrona, 68-6.

Boys javelin — 7, Sam Hebert, 117-0; 16, Scott Jorgensen, 91-1; 24, Kyle Hicks, 82-08; 43, Thomas Eagar, 51-8; 49, Jordan Durkee, 45-9; and 53, John Eagar, 31-10.

Girls discus — 24, Leah Cushman, 61-1; 26, Allison Gill, 59-6.

Boys discus — 27, Sam Hebert, 71-3; 29, Thomas Eagar, 69-7; 30, Scott Jorgensen, 65-5; 36, Kyle Hicks, 55-10; 47, John Eagar, 41-5.

Girls shot put — 11, Grace Wrona, 26-6.75; and 45, Leah Cushman, 16-4.

Boys shot put — 35, Scott Jorgensen, 26-0; 39, Kyle Hicks, 23-7.50; 41, Thomas Eagar, 21-10.5; 44, Jordan Durkee, 19-6.5; and 46, John Eagar, 14-5.

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