Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this spring:
Jarred Jones Roxbury Latin, track
The ISL long jump champion, holds the Roxbury Latin school record in the high jump, and ran in the relay team that now holds the 4x100 school record. Jones, who plans to run at Trinity College next year, also plays varsity football and basketball.
Rhett Wiseman BB&N, baseball
The 2012 Gatorade Massachusetts Player of the Year and ISL MVP batted .444 with 8 homers, 24 RBIs, and 26 runs for the Knights. A First Team Rawlings/Perfect Game All-American, Wiseman was drafted by the Cubs but will attend Vanderbilt.
Ricky Kramer, Berwick, baseball
Kramer was named the 2012 EIL Player of the Year after batting .435. In 32 innings on the mound, Kramer allowed three earned runs (0.66 ERA), while striking out 54 and walking just nine. He was even better in the playoffs, allowing just one earned run in 15 2/3 innings and striking out 20.
Jordan Samuels Thayer, track
Samuels became the ISL champion in the 110 hurdles (14.64), triple jump (45.4) and 300m hurdles (40.00). Only a sophomore, Samuels, owns three school records and was the NewEngland champion in the triple jump and 300m hurdles.
Meaghan Rocha Newton Country Day, softball
The senior pitcher posted a 2.61 ERA, while striking out 56. She also belted 90 hits, including 15 triples. ANational Honors Society member, Rocha was also an All-League field hockey player, and plans to attend Bucknell University.
Emily Stark Middlesex, track
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