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Division 1: Marcelo Rocha, Peabody
Rocha capped off his season by winning the All-State Division 1 meet (15:38), the EMass Division 1 meet (15:27), the Frank Kelley Invitational (15:36) and the Bay State Invitational Ken Knowlton race (15:57). He’ll attend PC.
Division 2: Jack Carleo, Newburyport
Carleo’s high school cross country career ended on a high-note, as he raced to a first-place finish in the All-State Division 2 meet (16:20). He won the EMass Division 2 meet (16:05) and the Cape Ann League meet (15:40).
Lucas Aramburu, Brookline, sophomore
Aramburu was third at the All-State Division 1 meet (15:59) and seventh at EMass Division 1 meet (16:08). He finished second at the Twilight Meet (15:24) and fourth at the Bay State Conference championships (15:33).
Steve Flanagan, Needham, senior
Flanagan finished 11th at the EMass Division 2 meet (16:31) and 20th at the All-State Division 1 meet (16:45). The senior captain was fourth at the Twilight Meet (15:35), and second at the conference meet (15:20).
Matt Greatorex, Wakefield, junior
The Middlesex League All-Star finished 12th at the All-State Division 2 meet (16:54) and first at the EMass Division 4 meet (16:19). The junior runner finished second at the Twilight Meet Division 2 race (15:57).
Derek Holmes, Marshfield, senior
Holmes raced to 11th place at the All-State Division 1 meet (16:29) and fourth at the EMass Division 2 meet (16:15). A National Honor Society member, Holmes placed fourth at the Bay State Invitational Ken Knowlton race (16:29).
Thomas Lingard, Lexington, junior
Lingard was seventh at the All-State Division 1 meet (16:18) and fourth at the EMass Division 1 meet (15:50). He was second in the Middlesex League meet and fourth at the Bay State Invitational Dick Donahue race.
Andrew Mah, Newton North, junior
Mah placed 10th at the All-State Division 1 meet (16:24) and third at the EMass Division 1 meet (15:39). He won the Bay State Conference meet (15:06), setting a course record. He was 20th at the FootLocker Northeast Regionals.
Ben Matejka, Wellesley, senior
Matejka’s ninth-place finish at the All-State Division 1 meet (16:23) helped the Raiders to a state championship. He was first at the EMass Division 2 meet (16:00) and third at the Frank Kelley Invitational (16:15).
Steven O’Driscoll, Norwell, junior
O’Driscoll placed ninth at the All-State Division 2 race and third at the EMass Division 5 meet. He won the South Shore League meet (16:21) and was second at the FootLocker Northeast Regionals Junior/Senior race.
Christopher Polanco, Lowell, senior
Polanco finished fourth at the All-State Division 1 meet (16:04) and fifth at the EMass Division 1 meet (15:50). He took second at the Bay State Invitational Ken Knowlton Race and first at the Merrimack Valley Conference championship.
Anthony Rodriguez, Lowell, senior
Rodriguez was eighth at the All-State Division 1 meet and sixth at the EMass Division 1 meet . He was third at the Bay State Invitational Ken Knowlton Race (16:27) and second at the Merrimack Valley Conference championship.
Tristan Shelgren, St. John’s Prep, junior
Shelgren was second at the All-State Division 1 meet (15:59) and at the EMass Division 1 meet (15:38). He took first at the Catholic Conference meet (16:09) and the Bay State Invitational Bob Cali race (16:18).
Thomas Weiss, Wellesley, junior
Weiss finished 13th in Division 1 at the All-State meet (16:32) and helped lead Wellesley to a state title. He was the runner-up at the Division 2 EMass meet (15:39) and finished fifth at the Bay State Conference championship.
Division 1: Phil Maiam, Lowell
Maia finished his 34th and final season at Lowell with a 10-0 regular-season record and a second-place finish at the Division 1 All-State meet. Lowell also won the Division 1 EMass championship. He has a 258-39-2 career record.
Division 2: Perry Pappas, Wakefield
Pappas led Wakefield to a 6-1 regular season record (5-0 in the Middlesex League) and second-place at the Division 2 All-State meet. Wakefield also won the Division 4 EMass championship and the Middlesex League meet.
Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Cam Hayes. Marshfield: Julian Armijos, Chris Bunker, James Condon, Joey Donovan, Derek Holmes, Joe Joyce, Andrew Lamb, Nick Valianti. Nauset: Brian Brooks, Jake Pearl. Sandwich: Joey Papapietro.
Bay State — Brookline: Lucas Aramburu, Quinn Gangadharan, Tim Weighart. Natick: Connor Giersch, Dylan LaVallee. Needham: Will Cordonnier, Steve Flanagan, Chris Gillis, Kevin Quinn. Newton North: Ilai Gavish, Andrew Mah. Wellesley: Matt Cervon, Sam Gilman, Ben Matejka, Jamie Mazzola, Jameson O’Neil, Thomas Weiss. Weymouth: Dave Glavin, Cody Moran.
Big Three — Brockton: Hansen Bastia, Damario Brown, Christopher McCaffrey. Durfee: Cam Cabral, Owen Norton, Christopher Novo. New Bedford: Bruno Pires.
Boston City — O’Bryant: Sean Dykens. West Roxbury: Jovan Talavera.
Cape Ann — Hamilton-Wenham: Daniel Allara, Griffin Marshall. Ipswich: Reed Dolan, Kellen Waters. Manchester Essex: Patrick Guinee. Masconomet: Kyle Faddis. Newburyport: Samuel Acquaviva, Jack Carleo. Pentucket: Nick Murphy.
Catholic Conference — BC High: Keenan Byrne, Nick Fein, Jack Flavin, Trevor Hu, Liam McDonough, David Nagle, Joe Resca, Alex Richards, Joe Stover. Catholic Memorial: Brandon DeSilva. Malden Catholic: Patrick Brown. St. John’s Prep: Tristan Shelgren, Josh Turk, Derek Walsh. Xaverian: John Mariano, Joe Tzanetos.
Dual County— Acton-Boxborough: Sean Doherty, Colin Grip, Gabe Lundy, Patrick Nero. Lincoln-Sudbury: James Ensley, Max Lustig. Waltham: Jason Dolan, Zachary Goldberg.
Hockomock— Attleboro: David Seybert. Franklin: Alex Boedeker, Everett Henderson. King Philip: Jack Angelo, Mike Griffin. Mansfield: Kevin Crawford, Patrick Heavey, Kailin Petrov, Collin Rice, Nick Rispoli. Milford: Jack Kalil. North Attleborough: Liam Monahan, Matthew Remiels. Oliver Ames: Brent Schwartz. Sharon: Tianrui Sun. Taunton: Dylan Lynch.
Mayflower — Bristol Aggie: Cameron Platt. Diman: Evan Arruda, Collyn Bennett, Nate Boardman, Evan Vosconcellos. Sacred Heart: Yanni Pappas. Southeastern: Kyandre Martinez. Tri-County: C.J. Roy. West Bridgewater: Anthony Spooner, Gavin Varros.
Merrimack Valley— Central Catholic: Evan Fagan, Cameron Leonard. Chelmsford: Zach Jarnagin. Dracut: Matt Cahill. Lowell: Conor Donovan, Colin Fitzpatrick, Chris Galarza, Nasir Gibson, Martin Mugai, Christopher Polanco, Anthony Rodriguez. Methuen: Jacob St. Onge. Tewksbury: Joey Forest.
Middlesex— Arlington: Jeff Candell, Nils Oeberg, Ryan Oosting. Belmont: Zach Tseng. Burlington: Matt Tierney. Lexington: Eli Gappelberg, Thomas Lingard, Matt Stevens. Melrose: Sean Conlan, Adam Cook. Reading: Andrew Riffe. Stoneham: Eoin Dooley, Jake Luongo. Wakefield: Matt Greatorex, Tommy Lucey, Nick McGee, Adam Roberto, Ryan Sullivan. Watertown: James Piccirlli. Winchester: Brennan Clarke. Woburn: Anshel Isles.
Northeastern — Danvers: Joseph Anthony Lauret. Gloucester: Kyle Manley. Marblehead: Oliver Jacob, Elrik Larson. Peabody: Marc Alperen, Shane Braz, Claudio Rocha, Marcelo Rocha.
Patriot— Duxbury: Will Bittrich, Chris Meehan, Peter Rusinak, Sam Worley. Hanover: Nick Courtney. Hingham: Tristian Del Aguila, Evan Goddard, Evan Lamlein, Jack Muldoon, Liam Nolan. Pembroke: Cameron Anderson, Keith Brash, Colton Cappa, Harry Clark, Justin Gaiser, John Lane, Cole Radke, Pat Spring. Plymouth North: Hunter Clark, Nick McNamee, Pat Woomer. Plymouth South: Julian Cenec, Robert DiMartino, Billy Kenney, Andrew Mahoney. Quincy: Jimmy Cannon. Scituate: Birch Swart. Whitman-Hanson: Lukas Moscoso, Andrew Newman, Bryce Pulkinen.
South Shore— Abington: Cameron Curney, Brice Tolan. Carver: Kevin Semple. East Bridgewater: Bryan Katilus, Dan Lovell, Mike McBirney. Cohasset: Ian Turpel, Torey Vater. Mashpee: Gabe Palhais. Middleborough: Liam Bingham. Norwell: Andrew Corbett, Nick Hoffman, Jacob Krivitsky, Joseph Krivitsky, Ryan Lynch, Steven O'Driscoll, Charles O'Neil, Ethan Wu. Rockland: Seth Rosczewski.
Tri-Valley — Ashland: Alex Mariona. Bellingham: Mike Reissfelder. Dover-Sherborn: Kelvin Donoghue, Peter Phelan. Hopkinton: Johnny Cowen. Medfield: John Churchill, Mark Fitzpatrick. Medway: Colin McGlynn. Norton: Joseph Annand. Westwood: Zach Conant, Chris Kelly, Ben Nagle, Brian Shi, Jack Terzian, Aiden Walsh.
The All-Scholastic boys’ cross-country team was selected by the school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass. leagues. Text by Shawn McFarland. Photos by Mark Lorenz.
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