Harry Warnick finished his high school track career in style.
The outgoing Warde senior capped a sterling career with a second place finish in the 3,200-meter race at the New England Interscholastic Track Outdoor Championships on Saturday in Saco, Maine.
"It was good to have my high school career on a high note," Warnick said.
Warnick posted the state's best time (9:17.38) in the 3,200, nearly six seconds better than Rocky Hill's Joe Crafa, who finished third. Warnick also beat fellow-Fairfielder Connor Rog, whose 9:31.30 placed him sixth.
"It was tough conditions time-wise. It was hot and windy," Warnick said. "But I was very satisfied with my second-place finish."
Rog will race at New Balance Nationals this weekend in Greensboro, N.C. in the 5,000-meter race.
Rog was part of Prep's 4x800 relay team-- along with Christian Alvarado, Adam Vare and Patrick Corona-- that placed second. The team qualified for the New Balance Nationals, but are not participating due to financial constraints.
"(White) is a tactically strong runner," Ludlowe boys coach Dave Nulf said. "Earning All-New England is a well-earned culmination of his high school career."
Vare finished 1.61 seconds behind White in 11th-place. Alvarado was the 10th place finisher in the 1,600-meter race.
In girls competition, Warde sophomore Cate Allen placed ninth in the 3,200-meter race with a time of 5:08.16.
Freshman Lia Joham was ninth in the 400-meter dash, running a 58.43.