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Tomahawks coach John Snell initially thought Masella pulled an abdominal muscle, but after seeing and hearing the extent of his pain, particularly after finding an abnormally large lump in his hip, he was crushed.
The Merrimack High School senior had just won the 300 meter hurdles at the Merrimack Invitational track and field meet with a time of 39.54 seconds. But it wasn't his time, or the magnitude of the event, that brought him such satisfaction. For Masella, Thursday's race was the culmination of more than a year of recovery and rehabilitation following a gruesome pelvic injury last winter Balenciaga Wallet Mens
"When I found out what it was, it was just so awful. But if there's one kid who was going to make himself better, it was him."
By May, he was running again, starting with a club meet at Fitchburg State University, and by summer was preparing himself for his return.
his seed time, which he said was a result of nothing but old fashioned hard work.
Taylor Choate had a strong day for North on the girls side, finishing second in the 200 meter dash (26.66 seconds) and third in the 100 meter dash (12.93). Nicole DeAlmeida finished second in the 400 meter dash with a time of 1:01.61, which fell just behind Exeter's Sydney Peterson's mark of 1:00.51.
"It felt amazing," Masella, who also won the 200 meter dash with a time of 22.51, said following his hurdles win.
"Just a lot of quality workouts, high mileage," he said. "Just training hard.
"It felt pretty good," he said. "I took me a little long (to get going), but I came back, which was good."
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Masella's junior track season was cut short last winter in a meet against Nashua North in the 4X100 meter relay. As he and North's Zakari Jenkins received their respective batons in the last leg of the race, Masella turned his body, took two steps forward and yelled out in pain as piece of growth plate in his hip was torn off by a ligament.
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Titans highlight rest of field
"This was worth it after that tough season, coming back and being able to win right here," he said. "It's amazing."
South's Elizabeth Allard finished second in the pole vault with a 10 06.00 mark, while Alvirne had the top two finishers in high jump in Brittney Lambert (5 02.00) and Emily Barry (4 10.00).
"It wasn't that extensive," Masella said. "Luckily I healed pretty quickly."
The Merrimack High School senior had just won the 300 meter hurdles at the Merrimack Invitational track and field meet with a time of 39.54 seconds. But it wasn't his time, or the magnitude of the event, that brought him such satisfaction. For Masella, Thursday's race was the culmination of more than a year of recovery and rehabilitation following a gruesome pelvic injury last winter that ended his track season before it even began. .
Merrimack track athlete Nick Masella completes comeback
The boys 1600 meter run was dominated by South's Tyler Doveno (4:32.31), who finished nearly two seconds ahead of second place finisher Damon Kilgore of Londonderry.
that ended his track season before it even began.
Julian Rendon won the boys shot put with a 45 04.50 mark, and finished in second in the boys discus in a close call with Salem's Austin Ribaudo. Ribaudo finished at 130 06, while Rendon fell just short at 130 05.
Nashua North had success on both the boys and girls side in Thursday's meet, most notably from Jenkins, who won both the boys 100 meter dash and 400 meter dash.
The junior said that he came into Thursday's meet expecting to win the 200 meter dash, but had his doubts about the 100 and 400. To his surprise, the 200 meter was the only one of the three races he didn't win, finishing in fifth place in 22.81 seconds.
"Watching the injury was devastating because he grabbed his hip and was just screaming in pain like I've never heard a kid yell," Snell said.
in his hip, went to physical therapy two to three times a week and supported his teammates each day at practice while watching from the sidelines on his crutches.
MERRIMACK As Nick Masella crossed the finish line, he drew a big smile and dropped to the ground, sprawling out in the grass as he let the significance of the moment soak in.
He competed for Merrimack in the winter for indoor season, but was still far from 100 percent. However, as he made his way to the track with his new mohawk a handful a Merrimack runners sported the new look for this race, referring to themselves as the "Tom Mohawks" Thursday afternoon, he felt a renewed sense of excitement to return to major competition, highlighted by his wins.
And that's exactly what Masella did.
"Just a lot of miles, not much speed, so it was good to get a fast time without much speed work."
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