By STEPHEN MARTELLUCCI

BOSTON — On Jan. 30, the Lynnfield High girls’ indoor track and field team had a tri-meet against Manchester-Essex and Ipswich at The Track at New Balance in Brighton.

The Pioneers ended up with a split as they beat Manchester-Essex, 58-37, but lost to Ipswich 70-29.

With the results, the Pioneers finished in third place in the Cape Ann League Baker Division going 2-2 overall.

“We knew how good Ipswich was so we geared our lineup so that we could beat Manchester-Essex,” explained Pioneers head coach Adam Dell’Aria. “I was pleased with getting the split.”

Emilie Bell was the only Pioneers to come in first against both teams as she had a toss of 26-10 in the shot put.

Lauren Mattia came in second against both schools with a time of 1:52.69 in the 600-meters.

Three Pioneers came in first against Manchester-Essex and second against Ipswich. Viola Wertz had a time of 13:20 in the two mile while Caitlin Buoniconti had a time of 3:34.26 in the 1,000-meters. The third Lynnfield member to place first against Manchester-Essex and second against Ipswich was Gabby Bottaro who had a time of 5:58.51 in the mile.

Two Lynnfield members were first against the Hornets and third against the Tigers. Emma Greenleaf ran a 10.43 in the 55-meter hurdles while Hannah Ozanian ran the 300-meters in 45.84 seconds.

Both relay team best Manchester-Essex and lost to Ipswich. The 4×200 team of Greenleaf, Ava Frani, Ava Willoughby and Olivia Goguen finished at 2:01.25.

Meanwhile, the 4×400 team of Mattia, Buoniconti, Lily Rocco and Libby Considine had a time of 4:52.66.

The next event for the Pioneers will take place on Feb. 14 as they compete in the Division 5 State Meet. That meet will take place at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston and will start at 4:30 p.m.