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Athlete of the Year

Sebastian Silveira , Andover

The Princeton-bound senior won the All-State hurdles title in 7.57 after winning Division 1 in 7.56. He finished second at New Englands (7.445) and was on Andover's first-place shuttle hurdles squad at New Balance Nationals.


Quinten Clark, Lexington, senior

Clark took second in the high jump at All-States with a personal-best jump of 6 feet, 6 inches. The senior finished third at the Division 1 meet, clearing 6 feet, and finished fifth at the New Englands championships, clearing 6-5.

Jonathan Derolus, Brockton, senior

The repeat All-Scholastic and Tri-County League MVP swept the 55-meter dash this season, winning New England in 6.43 seconds, All-State in 6.56, and Division 1 in 6.49. Derolus, a senior honor roll student, also plays football.


P.J. Garmon, Billerica, senior

After taking fifth at last year's New Englands, Garmon captured the 1,000 title in 2:26.97, following an All-State (2:31.70) title and Division 2 titles in the 1,000 and the mile. The cross-country All-Scholastic will attend UConn.

Chris Jewett, Woburn, senior

The senior captain dominated the 300, winning the All-State in 35.02 seconds and tying a Division 2 meet record of 35.15 seconds en route. He won the Division 2 long jump and also helped Woburn win the Division 2 4x200.

Joe Luongo, St. John's Prep, senior

The Harvard-bound senior was unbeatable in the 600 for the second straight year, setting a state record of 1:18.84 in New York City and repeating as New England (1:19.37), All-State (1:19.36), and Division 1 (1:20.34) champion.

Thomas Ratcliffe, Concord-Carlisle, junior

Ratcliffe ran away with the All-State mile crown in 4:13.78, almost five seconds faster than the runner-up. He also cruised to the Division 3 title in 4:18.80 and helped the Patriots finish second at the Division 3 championships.

Dan Romano, Mansfield, senior

Romano won the All-State 2-mile title in 9:25.41 and the Division 2 crown in 9:34.82. He also helped Mansfield's DMR squad earn a second-place finish at the New Balance indoor grand prix. He will attend Northeastern.


Kevin Saccone, Old Rochester, senior

The senior won the All-State long jump with a leap of 22 feet, 1¼ inches and claimed the Division 5 title with a 21-1½. Saccone also captured the New England hurdles title in 7.441 seconds and the Division 5 hurdles title in 7.58.

Ben Stoyle, Pembroke, senior

Stoyle, a senior, won the Division 4 shot put title with a throw of 54 feet and took second at the All-State meet with a mark of 52-9¼. The honor roll student is also a member of Pembroke's outdoor track team.


Andover, 4 x 200

Andover's 4x200-meter relay team of seniors Sean Caveney, Sebastian Silveira and Hamza Naveed along with sophomore Jeremy Travaglini was virtually unbeatable this season, capturing an All-State win in 1:31.52 and a Division 1 title in 1:31.34.

Natick, 4 x 400

The Natick squad of Lucas Holt, Myles Holt, Brandon Thornhill and Brian Holihan combined to capture the 4x400-meter All-State title in 3:23.83. The quartet also took first at the Division 2 meet in 3:27.29 and third at the New England championships, clocking in at 3:24.11.

Peabody, 4 x 800

Peabody's 4x800 took second at the All-State meet, finishing in 8:03.98, and finished fourth at the Division 1 championships in 8:12.72. Peabody's squad was a combination of Ben Manoogian, Jason Karakaedos, Connor Wolff, Michael Ricci, and Riley Dowd.


Coaches of the Year

Peter Comeau

Division 1: Andover

In his 20th year at Andover, Comeau helped his alma mater earn All-State and Division 1 relays titles. The 2010 coach of the year, Comeau also led the Golden Warriors to a second-place finish at the Division 1 championships.

Steven Nugent

Division 2: North Andover

The 2013 Division 2 Coach of the Year, Nugent led North Andover to a 6-0 record this season and its first MVC title. The Scarlet Knights also tied Woburn for the Division 2 relays title and finished second at the Division 2 meet.

Scott Holster

Division 3: North Attleboro

Holster led North Attleboro to a 5-0 Hockomock Kelley-Rex dual meet record and guided his squad to the Division 3 relays crown. Holster has coached indoor track for 19 seasons, including 12 as head coach.

Kent Taylor

Division 4: Norton

In the last two years, Norton has back-to-back undefeated seasons (18-0). The boys were Massachusetts Division 4 State Relay champions for the first time in school history. The Lancers won their second straight indoor TVL title.

George McCabe

Division 5: East Bridgewater

The MSTCA Hall of Famer led his alma mater to a 6-1 record and a South Shore League title this season. McCabe also coaches cross country and outdoor track at East Bridgewater and has amassed a 569-98 overall coaching record.