Michael Peret recorded three individual first-place finishes and ran a leg of the 4×200-meter relay to help that team finish first, as the Souhegan High School boys track team tied Lebanon for first overall at the Class IMS indoor championship meet at Dartmouth College Sunday.
The title came down to the final two events – the 4×400 relay and the 4×200 relay. Heading into those events, Portsmouth was first with 43 points, with Souhegan and Monadnock tied for second at 42 and Lebanon fourth with 41.
Lebanon took fourth in the 4×400, while Portsmouth was fifth and Souhegan sixth, and the Sabers and Raiders finished first and second, respectively, in the 4×200 to tie for the title.
Portsmouth wound up third with 45 points while Coe-Brown and Monadnock tied for fourth with 42. Milford was sixth with 29 points and Hollis/Brookline came in 14th with seven points.
Peret won the high jump (6-0), the 55-meter dash (6.59) and the 300 (36.75) to score 30 points on his own for the Sabers. The senior also teamed with Chris Chininis, Dennis Elverson and Parker Hall to win the 4×200 relay in 1:34.91, setting a class record.
Chininis also took third in the 55 (6.88) and fourth in the long jump (20-4 3/4) while Grant Raymond, Bert DeForest, Jacob Kittredge and Aaron Prescott finished sixth in the 4×400 (3:44.36). DeForest, Kittredge and Prescott also teamed with Matthew Chareth to take fifth in the 4×800 relay (8:55.85).
Connor Crowley, Conor Dannis, Connor Jackson and Nick Muller took second in the 4×800 relay (8:22.34) to lead Milford. Parker Lyttle also finished second in high jump (5-10) while Tom St. Cyr finished third in the 55 hurdles (7.97) and sixth in the long jump (19-6 1/4).
Milford also got points from Max Goudreau, who came in fourth in the 55 (6.89), and Crowley, who finished fourth in the 600 (1:26.6).
Hollis/Brookline’s Sean Quinn took third in the 3,000 (9:09.64) and finished sixth in the 1,500 (4:18.75).