LYNNFIELD — The 13-day layoff between meets did not have a negative effect on the Lynnfield High girls track and field team on April 27 as they steamrolled visiting Hamilton-Wenham, 102-34, at Lynnfield Middle School on a damp, cool day.

With the win, the Pioneers improved to 2-2 overall.

“The girls were amazing,” stated Pioneers head coach Christine Smith. “They did a great job.”

The Generals fell to 0-4 with the defeat.

“They are a shorthanded team and don’t have much depth,” pointed out Smith.

Senior-co-captains Riley Hallahan and Jasmine Rose led the way with three wins each. Hallahan captured first in the shot-put, discus and javelin. She also was able to qualify for the states with her throw in the discus.

Rose, meanwhile, came in first in the 110-meter hurdles, triple jump and long jump.

On May 5, the Pioneers will visit Pentucket with that meet starting at 4 p.m.

The final home meet of the season will be on May 9 as the Pioneers host Ipswich. That is the team’s Senior Day as the eight Pioneer 12th-graders will be honored before the meet.