The best and brightest of Massachusetts high school sports were honored Sunday at the Globe’s annual Scholar-Athlete ceremony.
Fourteen Boston Globe/Richard Phelps Scholar-Athletes, along with the Globe’s Athletes of the Year, received their awards for a year’s worth of success in the classroom and in athletics. The Scholar-Athletes each receive a $3,000 scholarship. Richard Phelps, president of Phelps Industries in Wakefield, partners with the Globe in the award.
“I am sure that wherever your career path takes you, your athletic endeavors in retrospect will be of great joy to you,” said Phelps. “You will, I am sure, remember the wins and losses, but, more importantly, I am sure you will remember most of all the friendships made on the athletic fields.’’
The 14 scholar-athletes were divided among six MIAA districts and the city of Boston. The winners were:
District A: Dillon Guthro, Newburyport, and Caitlin Harty, Beverly.
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