Padua’s Kelly Muschiatti clears eight feet in the pole vault in Saturday’s state indoor track championship at the University of Delaware Field House. Muschiatti placed fourth and contributed to the Pandas’ 25 field event points as Padua captured the state title. The Pandas were paced by sophomore Maiya Dendy, who swept the 55-meter dash, 200-meter dash and 400-meter dash, with a personal best of 57.48 in the 400, the sixth-best in Delaware history. She also anchored her team’s comeback win in the 1,600-meter relay. Padua also received field event points from Brittany Travis (triple jump) and Ashley Muschiatti (shot put). Aside from Dendy, the Pandas received track points from Angie Spadaccini (800 meters), Erin Spadaccini (800 meters) and Emily Paolucci (1,600 and 3,200 meters).
WILMINGTON – St. Mark’s has produced another state championship team, yet you won’t find this one on a court, but in one.
The school’s 10-person mock trial team will travel to the National High School Mock Trial competition May 3 in Albuquerque, N.M., after defeating six-time defending Delaware champion Charter School of Wilmington in February. It was St. Mark’s 10th state title, but its first since 2004.