LYNNFIELD — The LHS girls’ outdoor track team put together a strong outing in an 83-53 win over Amesbury on April 11. The Pioneers improved to 1-1 on the season with the win.

Lynnfield took first in 11 events.

Riley Hallahan led the individual scoring with three first-place finishes including the shot put (35’), discus (88’7”) and javelin (92’5”).

Jasmine Rose was a two-time winner in both the 110 hurdles (17.0) and triple jump (31’).

Maggie Davidson was first in the 400 hurdles in 1:13.2.

Chase Carangelo was first in the high jump at 4’4”.

Clara Caulfield cruised to the top spot in the 200 meters in 30.3.

Bianca Guarracino had the best height in the pole vault at 7’.

Both relay teams were also victorious. The 4×100 relay (Guarracino, Caulfield, Carbone, Rocco) got first in 56.5. The 4×400 relay (Goguen, Rocco, Caulfield, George) was first in 4:52.4.

Lynnfield will host Triton on Thursday at 4 p.m.