BOSTON — The boys’ indoor track and field team picked up another win this week to advance to 3-0 after a 60-39 win over Melrose.

The Warriors were led by some of the top performances in the state. This included a 15-point max effort from Lucas Kehoe as he captured the 55 meter dash, high jump and long jump.

Josh Catino started things off with a 2nd place finish in the 55 meter hurdles in a new PR of 9.62 seconds.

Kehoe got the win and a PR in the 55 meter dash in a time of 6.92 seconds. Ryan Tracy was 3rd in a time of 7.32.

Michael Roberto won the mile in a Middlesex League season best time of 4:33 closing in 30 seconds over the last 200 meters with nobody to challenge him. His time is the 2nd fastest time in Massachusetts so far. Thomas Dowd ran a strong 3rd in a time of 4:47.

Bradley Diaz won the 600 meters with the fastest time in Massachusetts finishing in 1:23.23. James Christie had a more than 3 second PR of 1:31.07 to beat out a Melrose runner for 2nd place and finish with the 3rd fastest time of the day.

Ben Stratton had a big win in the 1000 meters with a time of 2:43, his best indoor time and a Mass top 10. Liam Taggart placed 3rd for the 2nd week in a row as he ran the 1000 meters for the first time finishing in a time of 2:58.

Kehoe had the best high jump of the day with a PR of 5’10” to place first. Will Riley placed 2nd with a jump of 5’2”.

Kehoe then took a crack at the long jump to reach 19’3” good for 1st place as well, to finish out his phenomenal day.

Brian Casey captured 3rd place in the 300 meters with a time of 41.67.

Ajay Haridasse ran an incredibly patient and strong 2nd mile to grab the win in the 2 mile with an indoor PR of 10:10 closing strong over the last 400 meters over a very good Melrose athlete. Leith Jones placed 3rd in a big PR of 10:18.

Haris Hodzic had a PR to win the shot put in 32’11”.

The 4×400 meter relay team of Christie, Roberto, Dowd, and Diaz won in 3:41.59 to close out the victory.

The Warriors will face Stoneham back at Boston University next week.