Lauralton Hall defeated North Haven 90-50 in track on Friday. Coach Ellis Gill’s Crusaders are 4-0 on the season. “Kelly Jones ran first leg for the winning 4x800m relay team, which ran its best time of the year in 10:27.4,” Gill said. “Kelly also won the 800-meter run, breaking the school record in an impressive time of 2:26.” Kate Baisley took first place in the 100 hurdles (18.4) and the 300 hurdles (50.1), which qualified her for states. “Bria Colangelo had a very big day in the sprinting events,” Gill said. “She won the 100 (13.9) and the 200 (29.1). Bria has been a huge part of the team's success and has had a great first track season. “Carys Cook broke six minutes for the first time in the 1600, running 5:59. She also won the 3200 with a personal best time of 13:16.” Emma Hoffman took first in the 400 (66.0) and was on the first place 4x400 relay team. In the field events, senior captain Kelly Doughery took first place in the high jump and freshman Megan Theis took first in the discus. More for youSportsHow many UConn women's basketball players, old and new,...By Doug BonjourSportsTop baseball performances from last week of 2021 state...By Scott Ericson Lauralton will close out its regular season on Tuesday when it travels to Xavier to face Mercy.