Boys track All-Scholastics and league All-Stars – Boston Herald

BOYS TRACK

Kevin Arseneaux (Dennis-Yarmouth) mile

Alexander Dacruz (Larger New Bedford) Triple soar

Joseph Duggan (Lincoln-Sudbury) discus

Sawyer Garrett (Dover-Sherborn) pole vault

Jacob Kao (Acton-Boxboro) 100/200

Max Klein (Newton North) Shot put

Nathan Lopez (St. John’s Prep) 2-mile

Derek Munroe (Tewksbury) javelin

Izaiah Strum (Lowell) pentathlon

Elisha Teneus-Claude (Stoughton) excessive soar
Gabe Thyne (Harmony-Carlisle) 400 hurdles

David Vandi (Lowell) 800

Jordany Volquez-Grullon (Lawrence) 110 hurdles
Jake Wall (Mansfield) lengthy soar

Jarrett Younger (St. John’s Prep) 400
4×100 (Framingham): Colin Jones, Finn Lawson, Sed Lomami, Matt Bussolaro, Sam Westervelt

4×400 (Newton North): David Bennett, Alexander Sherman, Quincy Scott, Jay Sharma
4×800 (Harmony-Carlisle): Wesley Kleiman, Henry Reichle, Arya Naidu, Marko Kovacevic

ALL-SCHOLASTICS

KEVIN ARSENEAUX, DENNIS-YARMOUTH

Arseneaux’s breakthrough got here his junior 12 months when he broke the Dennis-Yarmouth college document within the 2-mile (9:42) simply after a quick (4:35) mile win. The Southeast Massachusetts Division Champion, Arseneaux additionally broke the college mile mark at 4:19.88 for fourth at All-States. A member of the Nationwide Honor Society, the senior will attend Geneva Faculty.

ALEXANDER DACRUZ, GREATER NEW BEDFORD

The All-State triple soar champion copped the gold for each the triple and lengthy soar within the South Coast Convention and went on to take the Div. 1 triple soar crown. DaCruz has aspirations of incomes a enterprise diploma in faculty and a few day becoming a member of the All-American ranks.

JOSEPH DUGGAN, LINCOLN-SUDBURY

The UMass-bound thrower dominated the discus with an iron fist on the state stage. Duggan had a document throw on the All-States and captured the Twin County League javelin and discus in addition to second within the shot put. He additionally took third within the All-State shot put and was a nationwide qualifier. A perennial DCL All-Star, he was honored with the Malcolm Achievement Award for reaching tutorial objectives.

SAWYER GARRETT, DOVER-SHERBORN

The junior pole vaulter established a faculty document with a leap of 14-foot-6, whereas successful the Sectional and Lou Tozzi Invitational titles. A Tri-Valley League All-Star and member of the Nationwide Honor Society, Garrett can be a Degree 10 Gymnast. He trains at each the Patriot Pole Vault Membership in addition to the Massachusetts Elite Gymnastics Academy.

JACOB KAO, ACTON-BOXBORO

The senior turned in a spectacular season in each the 100 and 200. He set a faculty document within the 200-meters with a time of 21.17, third-fastest in class historical past. Kao additionally holds the college mark within the 400-meters (48.26). Acton-Boxboro gained the All-State crew title. A member of each Nationwide and Spanish Honor Society, Kao will attend Yale.

MAX KLEIN, NEWTON NORTH

Klein joined the 60-foot shot put membership in Massachusetts and is hoping to get near 70 subsequent 12 months. The All-State champion will even attempt to enhance on his third-place exhibiting within the discus after a 166-1. The Bay State Convention champion moved up the nationwide ranks because the sixth-ranked junior at 63 3/4 and broke the 43-year-old indoor document with a 61-1 1/4 effort.

NATHAN LOPEZ, ST. JOHN’S PREP

The sophomore put up a 9:06 to seize the 2-mile state title. Lopez additionally clocked a 1:57 within the 800 and his 4:17 was a private finest within the mile. He was the Div. 1 North mile champion within the 2 mile. An completed cross nation runner, Lopez was 14th at All-States as a freshman ninth within the indoor mile.

DEREK MUNROE, TEWKSBURY

The senior standout owns college bests within the javelin and pentathlon. He was a divisional champion within the pentathlon and a excessive honors scholar. Munroe will compete within the Bay State Video games and AAU meets this summer time. Munroe will compete at UMass-Lowell the place he plans to check environmental engineering.

IZAIAH STRUM, LOWELL

This athlete was a drive in a number of occasions, together with an total pentathlon rating of three,289 factors. Strum had private bests of 21-4 within the lengthy soar pit, 5-10 within the excessive soar, a 39-11 within the shot put and 4:51 for 1500 meters. He positioned eighth within the state throughout the indoor season in each the excessive and lengthy soar. Strum had a excessive honors 4.0 GPA. He plans to check mechanical engineering on the College of Rhode Island.

ELISHA TENEUS-CLAUDE, STOUGHTON

An completed excessive and lengthy jumper, Teneus-Claude stretched out a 24-foot leap for second place at nationals after coming off a private finest by two toes. The senior completed the season ranked second within the excessive soar, whereas hovering over 6-8 to seize the Div. 2 title

GABE THYNE, CONCORD-CARLISLE

Harmony-Carlisle’s crew captain was unstoppable within the 400-hurdles as he captured the All-State title together with league and division titles. Thyne was a nationwide qualifier throughout an undefeated season. He enjoys spending time with buddies, taking part in video video games, operating and listening to music. Thyne plans to compete on the College of Rochester.

DAVID VANDI, LOWELL

The junior recorded the third-fastest 800-meter time in class historical past. He completed second on the All-State meet within the 800 (1:55.46). Vandi additionally positioned second within the 800 on the Div. 1 state championship. He broke the college’s freshman document within the 800 (2:34).

JORDANY VOLQUEZ-GRULLON, LAWRENCE

Volquez-Grullon had a monster season culminating with the All-State title and a faculty document of 14.08. The junior captured the Merrimack Valley Convention title in his specialty and likewise had success within the 200 with 22.30 and 21.6 performances. Volquez-Grullon holds the 55 excessive hurdles college document and competed within the nationals freshman 12 months on the 4×100 crew.

JAKE WALL, MANSFIELD

The senior was undefeaed within the 100, 200 and lengthy soar, and certified for the 2021 Nationals within the lengthy soar. He gained the lengthy soar on the Hockomock League Championships, Div. 1 South and All-States. Wall additionally had private bests of 10.8 within the 100, 22.6 for the 200, 15.6 over the 110 hurdles, 23-7 1/5 within the lengthy soar and 44-5 within the triple soar.

JARRETT YOUNG, ST. JOHN’S PREP, 400

Younger set college data within the 100, 200 and 400. He was the Catholic Convention MVP and set the league meet document over 200 meters, successful the Div. 1 North title and All-State champion within the 400 and putting second within the 200. Younger was ranked forty fifth for the indoor 400 and high 100 outside within the 400. He’ll proceed his observe profession at URI.

FRAMINGHAM, 4×100 RELAY
Even with shedding Maine-bound Colin Jones to a strained hamstring, the foursome of Finn Lawson, Sed Lomami, Matt Bussolaro and Sam Westervelt captured the Bay State Convention, Div. 1 and All-State titles. Westervelt bolted to a sixth within the BSC 100 and can attend Westfield State College, whereas Lomami clocked a 16.04 for the 110 hurdles and lengthy jumped 19-8 1/2. Bussolaro had an 11.24 private finest within the 100 and Lawson broke a faculty document within the 110-hurdles.

NEWTON NORTH, 4×400 RELAY
Quincy Scott, Jay Sharma, David Bennett, and Alexander Sherman proved to be the proper mixture in capturing the All-State title. Sharma went on to position second at All-States within the 400 hurdles. Bennett has certified for the New Stability Nationals 3 times and can attend UMass-Dartmouth. Sherman had an enormous leg within the All-State 4×400 with a 47.7. He’ll attend the College of Virginia. Scott had a 52.27 private finest for the season.

CONCORD-CARLISLE, 4×800 RELAY

The foursome of Henry Reichle, Wesley Kleiman, Arya Naidu and Marko Kovacevic had wins on the All-State meet, Twin County League and divisionals. Kleiman was fifth within the DCL mile in 4:28.64. Reichle was an honor roll scholar and an completed cross nation runner as a sophomore. Naidu’s pace and power earned him a 1:58.33; he’s headed to Boston Faculty. Kovacevic clocked a private finest 1:54.58 within the 800 and a 4:29.10 mile.

LEAGUE ALL-STARS

BAY STATE CONFERENCE

James Ibrahim, Adrain Seeger (Brookline); Finn Lawson, Mattheus Bussolaro, Ryan Maliewski, Sam Burgess (Framingham); Franklin Ollivierre, Elijah Woodley, Liam Faherty (Milton); Noah Abji, Avery Lemieux, Josh Christensen, Peter Briggs (Natick); Thomas Flanagan, Kyler McNatt (Needham); Jay Sharma, Max Klein, Tyler Tubman, Myles Scott (Newton North); Dallin Byerly, Sam Alosi, Will Connors, Ryan LoGiudice (Walpole); Max Stakun-Pickering, Harrison Horner, Drew Donahue (Wellesley); John Ferrarelli, Charlie McDonald, Diogo Silva, Ronan Folan, Liam Higgins, Michael Gozzo (Weymouth)

MVP: Ronan Folan

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE

John Basabe, Greg Williams, Eudrick Mbah (Charlestown); AngelFigueroa, Omari Murrray (Brighton); Ezra Taub (Latin Academy); Derrick Samuels, (O’Bryant); Jashua Delacruz (East Boston)

CAPE AND ISLANDS

Jaxson Merrill, Dakarie McGillveary, Charlie Ewald, Patrick O’Neill (Barnstable); Kevin Arseneaux, Olivier FanFan, Zach Carey (Dennis-Yarmouth); Kyle Gaudreault, Henry Gartner, Nate Drury, Erik Larrey, Jackson Mahoney (Falmouth); Ryder Robbins (Monomoy); Richard Ramsay, Finn Riley, Aidan Handville, Chris Pombo (Nauset); Max Sullivan, Patrick Morin (Sandwich); Zch Utz, Jonathan Norton (Martha’s Winery); Jack Gamble, Shane Smith, Tyler Fountain (Sturgis)

MVP: Kevin Arseneaux

CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE

Nate McDonough (Archbishop Williams); Andrew Sullo (Arlington Catholic); DJ Bresette, August Doetsch, Michael Doherty, Nicholas Fanuele, Dominick McDonough, Colby Medeiros, Tristan Miller, Mario Tomic (Austin Prep); Noah Gomes D’Sa, Patrick Healey, Brendan Krue, John Mignacca (Bishop Feehan); Wyatt Burr, Max Corson, Aidan Dwyer, Matthew Gerdenich, Matt Juneau, Danny Richard, Ethan Tran (Bishop Fenwick); Jacob Cookinham, Isaac Ouellette (Bishop Stang); Stephen Moise (Cardinal Spellman); Brett O’Brien (St. Mary’s)

MVP: Ethan Tran, Jacob Cookinham

DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE

Sam Ahern, Peter Allen, Aiden Barnett, Christoph Chai, Owen Driscoll, Ryan Forrest, Cole Harris, Josh Jeon, Jacob Kao, Alex Landry, Mark Magyar, Samuel Pan, Zoraiz Saad, David Music, Caleb Straayer, Tristan Wu, Jacob Zheng (Acton-Boxboro); Joshua Garraway, Luca Melfi, Jeremy Ngooi, Thomas Ou, Carter Rauch (Bedford); Louie Belile, Rui Lui, Tam Pham, Dennis Satchek, Trong Vo, Thomas White, Emmanuel Zapata (Boston Latin); Jaron Dottin (Cambridge); James Boyle, Wes Kleiman, Arya Naidu, Josh Pixley, Henry Reichle, Gabe Thyne, Joseph Vann, Jacob White (Harmony-Carlisle); Joseph Duggan, Turner Goetsch, Tre Hammork III, Caleb Yee (Lincoln-Sudbury); Zezo Beshir, Eero Helenius, Peter Kamberidis, Thomas Kamberidis, Justin Levy, Brett Miller, Jonathan Orelowitz (Newton South); Kyle Mukire, Brenden Mullaney, Brendan Wilder (Waltham); Zachary Campana, Liam Duffy, Lucas Thompson (Wayland); Austin Desisto, David City, Victor Zhao (Westford); Nicolaus Dahl, Benjamin Fang, Area Kasrel (Weston)

HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE

AUTOMATIC: Jonathan Chery (Canton); Jovan Joseph (King Philip); Conal Scully (Taunton); Nick Calitri (Franklin); Kyle Sarney (Oliver Ames); Jordan Emile (Stoughton); Steven Westgate (Taunton); Elisha Teneus-Claude (Stoughton); Jake Wall (Mansfield); Omari Welch-Guytan, Mark Edge (Stoughton); lke Ogbonnanze (Sharon); Matthew Penta (North Attleboro); Nate Candido, Almonroe Leaman, GJ Mualis, Gavin Weldon, Edward Paiva, Aidden Becoming (Taunton); Joseph Zercie, Griffin Sieczkiewicz, Connor Kucich (Franklin)

MVP: Kyle Sarney

MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE

ALL-CONFERENCE: Conor Moses (Andover); Dominic Tritto (Central Catholic);

Aidan Hennessey (Chelmsford); Eddie Gonzalez, Jordany Volquez (Lawrence); Kevin Essien, Izaiah Strum (Lowell); Ryan Connolly, Jack Determan, Will Gossman, Andrew Howard, Matthew Kutz, Peter Martel, Connor McGarry, Ronan McGarry, Matthew Palmisano, Owen Phelan, Camden Reiland (North Andover); Ryan Cuvier, Neftali Mercedes, Derek Munroe (Tewksbury)

MIDDLESEX LEAGUE

George Pomer (Belmont); Sean Theurer, Elijah Wolinski (Burlington); Jarret Dlugy, Evan Eberle (Lexington); Andrew Benassi, Michael Harden, Kevin Yatusuhashi (Studying); Logan Cosgrove, Bradley Diaz, Mike Roberto (Wakefield): Jeandre Abel (Wilmington); Easton Tan (Winchester); Jaden Simonds (Woburn)

NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Will Kenney (Gloucester); Loeden Rodrigues, Ciro Martin Soto, Ryan Thompson, Peter Clifford (Marblehead); Daviel Canela, Shaun Conrad, Joel Lisoma, Brandon Glass, Peter Gardikas, Shea Lynch, Eli Batista, Gabriel Delacruz, Colin Ridley, Tyler Surman, Michael Perez, Logan Tracia (Peabody); Brady Trask, Jaichaun Stanton-Jones (Beverly); Sebastian Gilligan, Stephen Nalesnik (Masconomet); Jarod DeSousa (Saugus); Joey Do (Swampscott)

MVP: Jarrod DeSousa, Will Kenney

PATRIOT LEAGUE

KEENAN: Dennis Lee (Duxbury); Brian Fennelly, Sean McKay, Tom Shetzline, Hayden Bromley, Bryce Botelho, Avery Warshaw (Hingham); Drew Pesko, Clay MacDonald, Alex Hayes , Jay Joyce, Liam Olinger, Nick Molloy, Colby Lauria (Marshfield); Will Buckley, TJ Showstead, Kolbe Shannon (Plymouth North); Giovanni Henrickson, Sam Shirikjian (Silver Lake); Theo Kamperides, Jake Carter (Whitman-Hanson)

MVP: Brian Fennelly

FISHER: Dan Thompson (Scituate); Luke VanScoy, Pat Clarke, Luke Consalati (Plymouth South); Matt Wong, Brian Gutro, Nick Pereira, Matt Francoeur, Robery Cannon, Jacey Ham (Quincy/North Quincy); Drew Corridor, Conor Lockhart, Declan Harkins, Jack Driscoll, Greg Hussey, Chuck Goncalves (Pembroke); Marvin Felix, Colin Jenkins (Hanover)

MVP: Drew Corridor

TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

LARGE: Sean Golembiewski, Ethan Champlin, Aidan Morin, Craig Salois, Aidan Rowell (Hopkinton); Michael Bligh, Vijay Sherring, Mark Homsy (Westwood); Willston Destin, Ben Previte, James Layden, Colin Benson, Charlie Katsikaris (Medfield); Jonathan Palumbo, Isaiah Grupee, Jake McCarthy (Norwood); Jack Seymour, Brennan Ibbitson, Robert Payne (Holliston); Matt Lengthy, Michael Lengthy, Jon Hampson (Ashland)

MVP: Matt Lengthy

SMALL: Eddie Abouzeid, Paul Wisnaskas, Sean Wynne (Norton); Connor Gilmore (Medway); Colin Streck, Colton McCain (Millis); Nick Rinaldi, Noah Guarini, Ryan Britt, Aidan Britt, Toby Sagar, Nick Tuerk, Sawyer Garrett, Jack Wirth (Dover-Sherborn); Max O’Connor, Zachary Clasby, Ryan Kelleher, Sean Minard, Joe Hanbury (Dedham); Lucas Drons, Cam Hasselbaum, John Todd (Bellingham)

MVP: Noah Guarini

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