KEENE, N.H. — Hinsdale High School graduates Juliana Yialiades and Dylan Harden each placed second for Keene State College at the Eastern Connecticut Invitational track meet on March 27.
Yialiades was the runner-up in the 1,500-meter race in a time of 6:40:04. Harden soared 6.03 meters to earn a silver medal in the long jump.
The Keene men and women each placed third behind Eastern Connecticut State and Roger Williams. The Owls will compete at UMass-Lowell on April 17.
Yialiades was on Hinsdale’s cross-country and track teams. She placed 17th overall on the Newmarket trail as the Lady Pacers won the Granite State Conference Championship for the first time in program history.
As a high school senior, Harden was selected to play in the Division 3-4 New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization All-Star basketball game. He averaged 21.3 points per game that season to lead the Pacers offensively and was ranked third in scoring in D-4.