's Rebecca Harris and Corrine Ognibene went the distance, literally, to became champions.
The Marauders' mile divas each captured their speciality at the Middlesex League Indoor Track and Field Championships at the fast Reggie Lewis Track at Roxbury Community College last week.
Harris ran away from the field to set a new personal record in the 2 mile finishing in 11:52.63. Her teammate, Lia Aftandilian, hung with the group trailing Harris to grabbed fourth in 12:40.57.
Ognibene had a bit tighter race but won the mile going away in 5:37.72.
Over on the boys side, only a nationally-registered time from Wakefield's Stephen Robertson (2:34.56) could beat Belmont's Paul Green in the 1,000 meters. Green's 2:37.14 is the 11th fastest time over the kilometer in Massachusetts this season.
And in a raucous 300 meters – the meet's most competitive race in terms of close quarters running – where the top seven finishers ran outstanding times, Marauder Chris Sandvik took second with a blistering 37.02.
Other Marauders stood out in the meet.
MaryEllen Caruso made the finals of the 60 meter sprint and took sixth in 7.97. Moving up in distance, Julia Russo ran a 45.34 for fifth in the 300 meters, Sydney Perkins took sixth in the 600 meters in 1:46.02 and Julia Lenef ran a 3:22 flat for a fifth place finish in the kilometer.
Joining Green and Sandvik with an outstanding performance was Nathan Worrell who made the 60 meter final and finished in 7.05 for fifth.
Brendan Shea provided Belmont with its best field finish, jumping 5' 9" to take third in the high jump.
Green came back later in the night to lead off Belmont's 400 meter relay quartet (including Johnny Archiprete, Malcolm Perkins and Dave Sullivan) to a third place finish timing in at 3:43.08.
Next up for the top finishers is the Eastern Massachusetts Championships in February.