Max Hoberman, Walker Marsh, Kyle Hoberman, David Hoffman and Ethan Bradeen all contributed points, as the Staples indoor track team won the FCIAC championship for the 1st time in 6 years yesterday.
The Wreckers toppled Danbury — 5-time defending champions — by a substantial margin: 107-70, at Hillhouse High School.
Max and Walker comprised half of the 1st-place 4×400 relay team. The quartet — including Dean Hefnawy and Jon Heil — blazed to a 3:30.34 finish.
Kyle Hoberman — who with his twin brother Max is a team quad-captain — placed 2nd in the 4×800 relay (8:27.67).
Two soccer players finished 3rd: Max Hoberman (long jump, 20-5 1/2) and David Hoffman (55 m, 6.82).
Hoffman and Max Hoberman were part of the 4th-place 4×240 relay (1:36.70), while Marsh was 5th in the 600 (1:25.76). Bradeen’s high jump of 5-8 was also good for 5th place.
Last week, the Wreckers won the divisional championship, in the Staples fieldhouse.
Up next: the state class LL championship (Thursday, February 9, Hillhouse).