BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – Bronxville sophomore Mary Cain had a record-setting spring track season that encompassed two continents.
Cain's outstanding performances were just a few of the top sports stories in 2012 in Bronxville.
Cain set a state and Loucks Games record in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:03.34 seconds, eclipsing the former state standard of 2:03.7, set in 1982. Cain shattered the Loucks Games mark of 2:07.81, set in 2001.
Cain went on to run in the 1,500 meter race in July at the International Association of Athletics Federation World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Cain covered the distance in a personal-best time of 4:11.01 and finished third.
The Bronxville field hockey team continued its Section 1 dominance during the 2012 season, winning its second consecutive Class C championship.
It also was the program’s fifth sectional title since 2000 and one of the top sports stories in 2012 in Bronxville. The Broncos defeated Pawling in the final as Gretchen Richter and Charlotte Reynolds each had a goal and an assist. Bronxville followed this up with a win against Pine Plains in a state regional semifinal. The Broncos finished the season with a 17-3-1 record after a loss to Greenwich in a regional final.
The Bronxville boys’ lacrosse team duplicated the field hockey team’s success by winning its second straight Section 1 Class C championship. The Broncos doubled up Hendrick Hudson, 12-6, in the title game as Brewster Warble and Henry Grass scored three goals apiece.
Bronxville crushed Glens Falls in a regional final, but Shoreham-Wading River defeated the Broncos in a state semifinal contest.
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