Player of the Week: Jordyn Collins, Foxboro Track

Jordyn Collins
(Photo courtesy of Angelique Stern)

 
By HockomockSports.com Staff

Foxboro senior Jordyn Collins has been selected as the HockomockSports.com Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, for April 18 through April 24. Collins is the 20th player chosen as Player of the Week for the 2020-21 school year and seventh in the fall II season.

Collins took advantage of the fall II season to get an extra couple of weeks on the track and showed off the speed that made her a league champion in the spring of 2019. The Bryant University soccer commit won a pair of events at this week’s league championship meet, helping Foxboro take fifth place overall as a team. The Warriors took home 47 points, 2.5 points behind fourth-place Mansfield.

Continuing her success from the dual meet season, Collins placed first on both the 100-meter and 200-meter sprints. She finished the 100 in a time of 12.1, which was 0.2 seconds faster than the second-place finisher. In the 200, Collins clocked in at 25.2, which was more than a second faster than the nearest runner (her sister Camryn, a freshman, took third in the 200 with a time of 26.9). She also won both races in each of the five dual meets, as Foxboro took home the Davenport division’s dual meet title. Collins was then apart of the Foxboro 4×100 relay team, helping the Warriors place third overall with a time of 52.2 seconds.

The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision.

Jordyn Collins
Jordyn Collins The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision. Jordyn Collins The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision.

Player of the Week: Anna Buckley, Mansfield Track

Anna Buckley
 
By HockomockSports.com Staff

Mansfield junior Anna Buckley has been selected as the HockomockSports.com Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, for March 28 through April 3. Buckley is the 17th player chosen as Player of the Week for the 2020-21 school year and fourth in the fall II season.

Buckley has had a great start to the dual meet season, earning five first-place finishes and a second place through the opening two meets of the fall II season. She has been a standout in the 100-meter hurdles, high jump, and long jump for the Hornets as they faced Milford last week and a season-opening tri-meet with Franklin and Taunton.

Against Milford at Alumni Field, Buckley took first place in the hurdles and the high jump and was second in the long jump. In the hurdles, Buckley finished in a time of 16.7, almost a second faster than the second-place finisher. She cleared 4’10 in the high jump, more than six inches higher than second place, and she jumped 16’9 in the long jump, two inches shorter than Milford’s Kerry O’Connor.

Earlier this season, Buckley finished first in the 100m hurdles against Franklin and Taunton, had a three-way tie for first in the high jump with a leap of 5’, and jumped 16’1 in the long jump. In the Hockomock’s grade level meet that opened the fall II season, Buckley took ninth in the 100m with a personal-best 13.2 and was third in the high jump at 4’10.

The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision.

Anna Buckley
Anna Buckley The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision. Anna Buckley The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision.

Teams of the Decade #18: 2011 Mansfield Indoor Track

Mansfield boys indoor track

Team: Mansfield Boys Indoor Track
Year: 2011
Record: 4-0 Dual Meet Record
2011 Kelley-Rex Division Champions
2011 Hockomock League Meet Champions
2011 Division 2 Champions
2011 All-State Champions


The Mansfield boys indoor track team has been the cream of the crop in the Hockomock League and beyond for the past decade, so it wasn’t easy to narrow it down to one squad. But it’s hard to ignore the success the Hornets had at the league level, the division level, and the state level in 2011.

That season, the Hornets set new program records in over half (eight) of the events they compete in during the winter months that season. And what really stands out above the rest is that six of those records still hold today despite the squad winning seven more league titles throughout the decade.

Mansfield cruised through the dual meet season, knocking off Franklin, Attleboro, North Attleboro, and King Philip in succession to claim the Kelley-Rex title. Also during the regular season, the Hornets competed in the Division 2 Relays meet at the Reggie Lewis Center and put on a show. Mansfield took first place overall as a team with 64 points — the second place team Central Catholic finished with 35 points — and won the 4×400 relay (3:24.99), the Distance Medley Relay (10:40.98), and set new program records in both the 4×200 (Steve Gannon, Nick King, Ian Caldwell, Greg Donahue – 1:31.82) and the sprint medley relay (Nick King, Steve Gannon, Griffin Robertson, Josh Lampron).

“The combination of the junior and senior classes was deadly!” said longtime Mansfield coach Julie Collins. “If you look at complete results of Hockomock League Meet, there were so many great athletes on the track and in the field events that no team in the state could compete. They supported each other and brought out the best in each other!”

The Hornets showed their mettle at the Hockomock League Championship meet, taking seven first place finishes and 18 total top-five placements on its way to a whopping 103.5 points. North Attleboro finished second that year with just over half of that total at 55 points. Senior Ryan Petrella and Griffin Robertson went 1-2 in the 600M at the meet and Steve Gannon clocked in at 35.54 to win the 300M and set a Hornet program record that still stands today.

The dominance continued at the D2 State Meet where the Hornets swept all three relay events, won a pair of individual races, had a dozen top-five finishes, and registered an incredible 98 points to win the event. Mansfield’s Josh Lampron won the 1 Mile (4:19.86), Shayne Collins crossed first in the 2 Mile (9:14.51) and the Hornets ended the meet by sweeping all three relays: the 4×200 (Ian Cauldwell, Greg Donahue, Nick King, Andrew Kuras) in 1:32.19, the 4×400 (Steve Gannon, Ryan Petrella, Jonah Primiano, Griffin Robertson), and the 4×800 (Shayen Collins, Kham Haleudeth, Josh Lampron, Nate Somes) in 8:10.44.

 

Mansfield saved its best for last at the 2011 All-State Meet at the end of February at the Reggie Lewis Center. Lampron once again won the 1 Mile race, this time setting a new program record that holds today at 4:15.16 while Collins, who took second in the 2 Mile, set the program record with a time of 9:09.33. Relays were once again a strong point for the Hornets, as the 4×200 group took third, the 4×800 team was second overall, and the 4×400 relay team of Steve Gannon, Ryan Petrella, Nick King, and Griffin Robertson won the event and set a third Hornet record at the meet, clocking in at 3:21.78. Mansfield won the All-State Championship meet with 50 points.






2010-2011 Mansfield Boys Indoor Track Schedule

Opponent

Score

Franklin

W, 68-18
Attleboro
W, 56-30
North Attleboro
W, 59-27
King Philip
W, 68-17
D2 State Relays
1st Place (64 pts)
Hock Championships
1st Place (103.5 pts)
D2 State Meet
1st Place (98 pts)
All-State Meet
1st Place (50 pts)


Mansfield boys indoor track

2011 Hock Championships

NameEventResultPlace
Greg Donahue55M Dash6.964th
Steve Gannon300M35.541st
Nick King300M36.193rd
Andrew Kuras300M37.585th
Ryan Petrella600M1:24.501st
Griffin Robertson600M1:24.712nd
Josh Lampron1000M2:30.151st
Kham Haleudeth1000M2:40.765th
Shayne Collins1 Mile4:22.151st
Matthew Cioe2 Miles10:00.571st
Mitch Negus2 Miles10:14.043rd
Brendan McCarthy2 Miles10:19.294th
Brian Ferreira55M Hurdles8.244th
S. Gannon, N. King, Ian Cauldwell, G. Donahue4x200 Relay1:35.191st
N. King, Ryan Petrella, G. Robertson, S. Gannon4x400 Relay3:24.601st
Bill GiannouloudisShot Put43-10.755th
Patrick GreaneyHigh Jump6-00.004th
Steve GannonLong Jump19-04.005th






2011 Division 2 Championships

NameEventResultPlace
Steve Gannon300M35.772nd
Nick King300M35.953rd
Griffin Robertson600M1:24.694th
Ryan Petrella600M1:24.846th
Josh Lampron1 Mile4:19.861st
Shayne Collins2 Miles9:14.511st
Matthew Cioe2 Miles9:50.775th
Brian Ferreira55M Hurdles7.975th
Ian Cauldwell, Greg Donahue, N. King, Andrew Kuras4x200 Relay1:32.191st
S. Gannon, R. Petrella, Jonah Primiano, Griffin Robertson4x400 Relay3:28.121st
S. Collins, Kham Haleudeth, J. Lampron, Nate Somes4x800 Relay8:10.441st
Bill GiannouloudisShot Put44-03.007th
Brian FerreiraHigh Jump6-01.003rd
Patrick GreaneyHigh Jump5-11.005th
Patrick GreaneyLong Jump21-03.753rd

2011 All-State Championships

NameEventResultPlace
Nick King300M36.023rd
Josh Lampron1 Mile4:15.161st
Shayne Collins2 Miles9:09.332nd
Ian Cauldwell, Steven Gannon, Griffin Robertson, Andrew Kuras4x200 Relay1:32.993rd
S. Gannon, Ryan Petrella, Nick King, G. Robertson4x400 Relay3:21.781st
S. Collins, Kham Haleudeth, J. Lampron, R. Petrella4x800 Relay8:00.102nd
Patrick GreaneyLong Jump20-11.007th


Mansfield boys indoor track

2020 Hockomock League Boys Indoor Track All Stars

Below are the official 2020 Hockomock League Boys Indoor Track All Stars, selected by the coaches in the league.

Hockomock League MVP

David Peters, Stoughton

Hockomock League All Stars

Jonathan Chery, Canton
Zach Goldstein, Canton
Junior Sainvil, Canton
Cameron Sanchez, Canton
Deyontai Dennis, Canton
Nick Calitri, Franklin
Tyler Brogan, Franklin
Ryan Proulx, Foxboro
Michael Griffin, King Philip
Michael Norberg, King Philip
Eric DeLorenzo, King Philip
Nathan Farkash, King Philip
Noah Hurd, King Philip
Jovan Joseph, King Philip
Owen Mullahy, Mansfield
Andrew Williams, Mansfield
Jack Rivard, Mansfield
Emmett Ruote, North Attleboro
Kyle Sarney, Oliver Ames
Evan Connor, Stoughton
Anthony Pizzano, Stoughton
Clayton Rahaman, Stoughton
David Peters, Stoughton
Nathaniel Peters, Stoughton
Elisha Claude, Stoughton
Mark Edge, Stoughton
Christopher Ais, Stoughton
Jordan Emile, Stoughton
Patrick McManus, Sharon
Mason Benton, Sharon
Steven Westgate, Taunton

Honorable Mentions
Ethan Crosby, Attleboro
Kyle Downing, Canton
Adam Connolly, Foxboro
Camden Harrington, Franklin
Sean McCombs, King Philip
Mike Mullahy, Mansfield
Anthony Ghalbouni, Milford
Nick Taylor, North Attleboro
Rory McLaughlin, Oliver Ames
Mark Starovoytov, Sharon
Christian Ais, Stoughton
Ty Cali, Taunton

2020 Hockomock League Girls Indoor Track All Stars

Below are the official 2020 Hockomock League Girls Indoor Track All Stars, selected by the coaches in the league.

Hockomock League MVP

Lily Wetherbee, North Attleboro

Hockomock League All Stars

Kelly Neuendorf, Attleboro
Cassondra Stuger, Attleboro
Kamsi Igbobi, Attleboro
Bronwyn Mahoney, Canton
Jill Fenerty, Franklin
Bailee Ziolkowski, King Philip
Tessa Lancaster, Mansfield
Anna Buckley, Mansfield
Sarah Flanagan, Milford
Kerry O’Connor, Milford
Jenna Mastroianni, Milford
Kiyanni Simas, Milford
Lily Wetherbee, North Attleboro
Olivia Etienvre, North Attleboro
Cassidy Becker, North Attleboro
Jenna Gilman, Oliver Ames
Abby Hodges, Oliver Ames
Emily Meyers, Oliver Ames
Meghan Reardon, Oliver Ames
Madison Perry, Oliver Ames
Jada Johnson, Sharon
Elizabeth Lee, Sharon
Eliana Boxerman, Sharon
Taylor Saks, Sharon
Daphne Theiler, Sharon
Olivia Dias, Taunton
Nia Mainer-Smith, Taunton
Kerla Sylvestre, Taunton
Morgan Zakrzewski, Taunton
Victoria Gravel, Taunton

Honorable Mentions
Diana Blouin, Attleboro
Kayla Wong, Canton
Emma Dahl, Foxboro
Samantha Powderly, Franklin
Sarah Vigevani, King Philip
Katie Miller, Mansfield
Sarah Brogioli, Milford
Ari Preacher, North Attleboro
Grace Simone, Oliver Ames
Simone Dunbar, Sharon
Chinazo Odunze, Stoughton
Amanda Labrecque, Taunton

Hock Results From MIAA All-State Track Meet

Hockomock track
King Philip’s Mike Griffin won the 1 Mile race at the All-State Meet while Franklin’s Tyler Brogan took second. (@MIAA033/Twitter)

The MIAA held its All-State Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center on Saturday.Below are the team results and individual results from Hockomock athletes.

Boys Team Results

1. Lowell – 33.5
4. Stoughton – 22
17. Canton – 9
33. Franklin – 5
33. Oliver Ames – 5
45. Sharon – 4
45. King Philip – 4
61. Foxboro – 2
88. Attleboro – 1

55M Dash
1. Richmond Kwaateng, Lowell – 6.37
5. Jonathan Chery, Canton – 6.57

600M
1. Joshua Backert, Lexington – 1:20.19
12. Nathaniel Peters, Stoughton – 1:23.82
14. Mason Benton, Sharon – 1:24.21

1000M
1. Shane Grant, Walpole – 2:30.05
3. Nicholas Calitri, Franklin – 2:31.48

1 Mile
1. Mike Griffin, King Philip – 4:13.55
2. Tyler Brogan, Franklin – 4:17.76
11. Ryan Proulx, Foxboro – 4:28.92
18. Rory McLaughlin, Oliver Ames – 4:38.57

2 Mile
1. William Chaffin, Concord-Carlisle – 9:15.44
3. Michael Norberg, King Philip – 9:25.84
8. Kyle Sarney, Oliver Ames – 9:32.26

 

55M Hurdles
1. William Lord, North Reading – 7.38
2. David Peters, Stoughton – 7.43

4×200 Relay
1. Wellesley – 1:30.93
12. Canton (Junior Sainvil, Cameron Sanchez, Zachary Goldstein, Jonathan Chery) – 1:34.58

4×400 Relay
1. Newton North – 3:23.70
4. Stoughton (Evan Connor, Nathaniel Peters, Anthony Pizzano, Clayton Rahaman) – 3:27.96

4×800 Relay
1. Wellesley – 7:58.34
4. Franklin (Tyler Brogan, Nicholas Calitri, Camden Harrington, Alec Hanley) – 8:04.97

Shot Put
1. Joe Rivers, Lunenburg – 57-08.00
6. Mark Edge, Stoughton – 51-05.25
19. Ethan Crosby, Attleboro – 46-04.75
21. Jonathan Vixamar, Oliver Ames – 45-06.25

High Jump
1. John McNeil, Medfield – 6-09.00
11. Elisha Teneus-Claude, Stoughton – 6-04.00
13. Andrew Williams, Mansfield – 6-02.00

Long Jump
1. Richmond Kwaateng, Lowell – 22-11.75
4. Patrick McManus, Sharon – 21-09.25
5. David Peters, Stoughton – 21-07.50
8. Elisha Claude-Teneus, Stoughton – 21-02.75
12. Deyontai Dennis, Canton – 20-06.75

Girls Team Results

1. Wellesley – 23
7. Milford – 15
27. Taunton – 7
27. Sharon – 7
34. North Attleboro – 5
43. Oliver Ames – 4
57. Franklin – 2
57. Stoughton – 2

300M
1. India Ingemi, Beverly – 39.49
5. Kerry O’Connor, Milford – 41.11
9. Sarah Flanagan, Milford – 41.42
18. Jillian Fenerty, Franklin – 42.62

600M
1. Makayla Paige, Tewksbury – 1:30.61
9. Jenna Gilman, Oliver Ames – 1:37.96
11. Olivia Dias, Taunton – 1:38.69

1 Mile
1. Lucy Jenks, Newton South – 4:48.22
9. Daphne Theiler, Sharon – 5:14.00

55M Hurdles
1. Katharine Duren, Central Catholic – 8.19
6. Elizabeth Lee, Sharon – 8.60

4×200 Relay
1. Peabody – 1:44.46
6. Milford (Jenna Mastroianni, Sarah Flanagan, Kiyanni Simas, Kerry O’Connor) – 1:46.78
7. North Attleboro (Tess Collins, Kailey Lockavitch, Emily Nardelli, Lily Wetherbe) – 1:46.87

4×400 Relay
1. Newton North – 4:00.51
13. Taunton (Nia Mainer-Smith, Morgan Zakrzewski, Kerla Sylvestre, Olivia Dias) – 4:09.37
19. Franklin (Samantha Powderly, Jillian Fenerty, Lauren Jackson, Riley Fitzpatrick) – 4:12.46

4×800 Relay
1. Newton South – 9:19.90
22. Oliver Ames (Abby Hodges, Jenna Gilman, Taegan Hodges, Emily Meyers) – 10:29.13

Shot Put
1. Abby Chorches, Falmouth – 40-02.00
5. Chinazo Odunze, Stoughton – 36-08.25

High Jump
1. Sophie Albright, Framingham – 5-08.00
6. Jada Johnson, Sharon – 5-04.00
11. Lindsey Morse, Franklin – 5-04.00
19. Ava Fraulo, Franklin – 5-00.00
22. Cassidy Becker, North Attleboro – 5-00.00

Long Jump
1. Brooklyn Manna, Woburn – 19-00.00
3. Kiyanni Simas, Milford – 17-08.50
7. Anna Buckley, Mansfield – 17-06.50
18. Kerry O’Connor, Milford – 16-05.50

KP’s Allan Breaking Records for Brandeis Track

Jack Allan
KP grad Jack Allan broke another Brandeis track record last week, setting a new mark in the 60-meter hurdles. He is hoping to reach nationals in the heptathlon. (Sportspix.com/Brandeis Athletics)

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When he initially signed up for track in the spring of his freshman year at King Philip, Jack Allan was looking for something to fill time and to keep him in shape for the fall soccer season and swim in the winter. By his own admission, he wasn’t particularly great that first season on the track.

Eight years later and Allan is now a standout for Brandeis University, captain of the track team, and setting new program records in the heptathlon, decathlon, and most recently in the 60-meter hurdles. His heptathlon score is currently 10th best in the nation in Div. III and he is on pace to qualify for nationals.

“I was really bad at baseball so I naturally started doing track to keep me busy,” he joked. “My freshman year I was no good, but my sophomore year I started to find some success. I grew into my body and I really started to love it and the personal achievement you can find.

“There is a competitive aspect to it but when you can really work hard at something and compete against yourself and get that personal achievement it really drove me.”

His senior year at KP, Allan took third in both the 110-meter hurdles and the triple jump and fifth in the long jump at the Hockomock Outdoor Track Championships. He was drawn to those events because, as he put it, “running is pretty boring on a base level.” He added, “Throw some hurdles on a track and run over those is a lot more exciting than just running in circles for however long you do it.”

When he got to Brandeis, he expected those would be the events that he would be competing in. As it turned out, new assistant coach Jason Sliwoski saw the potential for more. He noticed Allan’s height and his athleticism and had Allan start training for the heptathlon and the decathlon. It turned out to be a record-breaking fit.

“I didn’t know it at the moment but he was so right,” Allan explained, “and I’m so glad that he knew right away that this was something that would work out for me and something that I’d find success in.”

 

Success in those events was nearly taken away from Allan during the indoor track season as a sophomore. He suffered a significant injury to his labrum while pole vaulting at the New England meet. While he finished that heptathlon in a top five place, he was limited to hurdles and jumps during the outdoor season.

He had surgery to fix his shoulder over that summer, but there was concern that he wouldn’t be able to take part in those events any more because of the strain that something like pole vaulting would cause. Allan took advantage of his recuperation period to study abroad in Amsterdam, clear his head, and regain his focus to come back even stronger for his junior season.

“It kind of allowed me to get away from track because it’s so much in college. It’s practice everyday, multiple hours, and lifts in the morning,” he said. “It made me really want to compete, to really get back into it, I hated being away from it, I hated being injured, and it drove me so much to get back at it.”

When asked about the new perspective that he gained while out injured and how that has impacted his performance, Allan replied, “It kind of felt like it could be taken away from so easily. This will be the end of my track career after college, so it made me focus everything I have on it and give everything I got.”

That attitude has certainly paid dividends for the Judges on the track.

Last spring, Allan set a new Brandeis mark with a 5,998 in the decathlon at the DIII New England Championship meet, eclipsing a record that had stood since 1980. A week later, he became the first athlete in program history to eclipse the 6,000-point mark, finishing with a 6,121 at the All-New England Championships. He set new PRs in the 1,500-meter run (the event that pushed him past 6,000), the javelin, and the pole vault.

“It was like a weight lifted off my shoulder that I finally got over 6,000 points and I felt like I could look beyond it now and set my goals higher,” he said.

At the Branwen Smith-King Invitational at Tufts University in early February, Allan broke his own school record in the heptathlon (for the second time this season). He finished with 4,782 points and demonstrated his range of talents by finishing first or second in five of the seven events, including PRs in long jump and hurdles.

With a few meets remaining, including the conference meet in New York City at the end of the month, Allan is in position to fulfill his goal of reaching nationals for the first time in his career. He was only 300 points shy of qualifying in the decathlon last spring.

“That’s the biggest goal that I’ve been thinking about for the past three years at Brandeis,” he said. “Seeing my older teammates go, it’s always been a goal of mine and I really hope that the score I have would make it.” He noted that for the past five seasons, his current score would have been good enough to make the trip.

Just last week, Allan added to his impressive resume by finishing the 60-meter hurdles in a time of 8.46 seconds, breaking a decade-old record by a tenth of a second.

“I think it really validates that what I’ve been working on and putting in these hours with my coach down on the track that it’s all paying off,” he said. “Once you break something, you get that confidence that things are possible and it’s not just an unachievable number in a record book somewhere, but something I can break and something I think I can keep getting better at.

“It’s really crazy. I didn’t expect to be in this position. It really just puts into perspective that I’m doing something Brandeis hasn’t seen before.”

Allan still has unfinished business with goals like reaching nationals and then finishing in the top eight to achieve All-American status, but he also recognizes that his track career is rapidly coming to a close and he is trying to enjoy the time that he gets to spend competing with his teammates.

“Just competing and practicing with my team everyday makes me so happy,” Allan reflected, “and I’m just living in the moment and appreciating it all before it comes to an end. I know it’s going to fly by so I’m just appreciating the little moments with my team.”

The UAA Championships will start on February 29 at NYU and the NCAA Championships start on March 13 at JDL Fast Track in North Carolina.

Stoughton Boys Take Home D3 Indoor Track Title

Stoughton boys indoor track
The Stoughton boys indoor track team won the MIAA D3 Championship with an impressive performance on Friday night. (@TheCoachSpaz/Twitter)

The MIAA held its divisional state championships at the Reggie Lewis Center over the past four days. The Stoughton boys indoor track team claimed the D3 state title while the Milford girls finished second. Below are the team results and individual results from Hockomock athletes.

Division 1

Boys Team Results

1. Lowell – 84
8. Franklin – 22
23. Attleboro – 3

600M
1. Joshua Backert, Lexington – 1:21.16
9. Camden Harrington, Franklin – 1:25.33
16. Joey Soucy, Attleboro – 1:28.15

1000M
1. Myles Liss-Riordan, Brookline – 2:33.67
5. Nicholas Calitri, Franklin – 2:35.74

1 Mile
1. Steven Jackson, St. John’s Prep – 4:18.05
2. Tyler Brogan, Franklin – 4:21.22

2 Mile
1. Ian Horsburgh, Newton North – 9:32.48
15. Ty Cali, Taunton – 9:53.76
20. Nathan Seybert, Attleboro – 10:01.40

4×200 Relay
1. Lowell – 1:30.41
20. Franklin (Grady Ellis, Daniel Hammann, Justin Flaherty, Jacob Cummings) – 1:37.16

4×400 Relay
1. Newton North – 3:25.60
12. Taunton (Nahtan Candido, Ty Cali, Steven Westgate, Edward, Paiva) – 3:34.53
16. Attleboro (Matthew McMahon, Victor Centeno, Joey Soucy, Nathan Seybert) – 3:39.98

4×800 Relay
1. Franklin (Tyler Brogan, Nicholas Calitri, Camden Harrington, Alec Hanley) – 8:07.81
24. Attleboro (Zachary Martin, Zachary Stromfors, Ethan Sylvia, John Blouin) – 8:55.48

Shot Put
1. Luis Cadime, Lowell – 52-05.25
6. Ethan Crosby, Attleboro – 47-08.00

Long Jump
1. Richmond Kwaateng, Lowell – 23-00.25
16. Jacob Cummings, Franklin – 19-02.25

Division 2

Boys Team Results

1. Wellesley – 74
5. King Philip – 30
8. Mansfield – 21

55M Dash
1. Tristen Howard, Medford – 6.49
5. Sean McCombs, King Philip – 6.75

300M
1. Derek Chalmers, Wellesley – 34.60
9. Jack Rivard, Mansfield – 37.20
18. Chris Verros, Mansfield – 38.30

600M
1. Evan Mills, Central Catholic – 1:23.60
7. Jovan Joseph, King Philip – 1:25.29
16. Caden Riley, Mansfield – 1:28.42

1000M
1. Jackson O’Toole, Wellesley – 2:31.62
6. Mike Mullahy, Mansfield – 2:38.21
12. Nathan Farkash, King Philip – 2:44.21
18. Eric DiLorenzo, King Philip – 2:47.53

1 Mile
1. Mike Griffin, King Philip – 4:16.46
12. Ben Giffen, Mansfield – 4:40.59
14. Daniel Botte, King Philip – 4:42.46

Two Mile
1. William Chaffin, Concord-Carlisle – 9:18.91
2. Mike Griffin, King Philip – 9:22.47
3. Michael Norberg, King Philip – 9:23.06
8. Owen Mullahy, Mansfield – 9:49.75

55M Hurdles
1. Nathan Hebert, Central Catholic – 7.68
7. Andrew Williams, Mansfield – 8.14

4×200 Relay
1. Wellesley – 1:31.85
9. Mansfield (Dasean Peters-Wolfe, Jake Wall, Dylan Buchanan, Jack Rivard) – 1:35.74
16. King Philip (Jovan Joseph, Luke Keene, Nick Viscusi, Sean McCombs) – 1:37.72

4×400 Relay
1. North Andover – 3:29.69
13. Mansfield (Raffi Marzella, Jack Taylor, Chris Verros, Caden Riley) – 3:42.55

4×800 Relay
1. Wellesley – 8:02.09
9. Mansfield (Owen Mullahy, Mike Mullahy, Peter Oldow, Caden Riley) – 8:40.70
11. King Philip (Eric DeLorenzo, Noah Nurd, Nathan Farkash, Daniel Botte) – 8:41.09

Shot Put
1. Caleb Yee, Lincoln-Sudbury – 47-03.00
9. Nico Holmes, Mansfield – 42-06.25

High Jump
1. Andrew Williams, Mansfield – 6-06.00
11. Ethan Thevenot, Mansfield – 5-07.00

Long Jump
1. Brady Sorensen, Plymouth North – 22-07.00
6. Jake Wall, Mansfield – 20-06.00
7. Andrew Williams, Mansfield – 20-03.00

Division 3

Boys Team Results

1. Stoughton – 76
7. Oliver Ames – 31
8. Sharon – 28
20. North Attleboro – 5.5
21. Milford – 5

55M Dash
1. Luke Chapman, Pembroke – 6.52
6. Patrick McManus, Sharon – 6.68

300M
1. Stephen Harris, Billerica – 34.33
3. David Peters, Stoughton – 36.24
7. Clayton Rahaman, Stoughton – 36.97
9. Harrison Webster, Oliver Ames – 37.28
11. Rafaell Feliciano, Milford – 37.49
14. Ryan Hilliard, Oliver Ames – 37.67
20. Joshua Tocci, Oliver Ames – 38.30

600M
1. Nathaniel Peters, Stoughton – 1:23.36
4. Mason Benton, Sharon – 1:24.54
5. Anthony Ghalbouni, Milford – 1:25.15
14. Jack MacLaughlin, North Attleboro – 1:29.08
20. Evan Connor, Stoughton – 1:31.58
22. Mike McLaughlin, Stoughton – 1:34.00

1000M
1. Shane Grant, Walpole – 2:31.88
12. Alexander Ramirez, Oliver Ames – 2:46.74
14. Ryan Sarney, Oliver Ames – 2:47.83
19. Wyatt Fritchman, Oliver Ames – 2:50.33

1 Mile
1. Shane Grant, Walpole – 4:26.13
2. Rory McLaughlin, Oliver Ames – 4:26.92
11. Nathan Reservitz, Oliver Ames – 4:39.88
19. Kyle Robinson, North Attleboro – 4:47.63

2 Mile
1. Kyle Sarney, Oliver Ames – 9:32.26
11. Maxwell Manor, Milford – 10:00.86
13. Owen McMorrow, Oliver Ames – 10:05.68
23. Siddharth Reddy, Sharon – 10:36.99
24. James Comisky, Milford – 10:44.80
27. Owen Nipoti, Oliver Ames – 10:59.35

55M Hurdles
1. David Peters, Stoughton – 7.43
4. Anthony Pizzano, Stoughton – 7.78

4×200 Relay
1. Billerica – 1:31.86
9. Oliver Ames (Ashton Hart, Jaiden Daly, Sebastian Durand, Joshua Tocci) – 1:35.35
12. North Attleboro (Nathan Shultz, Colby Feid, Jacob Silva, Alexander McCoy) – 1:36.96
18. Sharon (Mason Benton, Alexander Gong, Duriel Johnson, Ike Ogbonnanze) – 1:40.67
19. Stoughton (Christian Ais, Christopher Ais, Jalen Castillo, Shawn Howze) – 1:41.90

4×400 Relay
1. Stoughton (Evan Connor, Nathaniel Peters, Anthony Pizzano, Clayton Rahaman) – 3:30.11
8. Milford (Samuel Borst, Anthony Ghalbouni, Samuel Vilt, Rafaell Feliciano) – 3:36.63
12. Oliver Ames (Alexander Ramirez, Will Acker, Ryan Hilliard, Jimmy Keane) – 3:44.74
17. North Attleboro (Maxwell Vaughan, Andrew McInnis, Jack MacLaughlin, Alexander McCoy) – 3:52.84

4×800 Relay
1. Billerica – 8:19.04
4. Sharon (James Kong, Balint Mihajlovits, Jordan Saks, Bradley Weiss) – 8:30.35
5. Oliver Ames (Rory McLaughlin, Kyle Sarney, Nathan Reservitz, Alexander Ramirez) – 8:32.66
12. Milford (Mark Butters, Gabriel Pardo Cota, James Comisky, Maxwell Manor) – 8:52.87
14. Stoughton (Mike McLaughlin, Gabriel Laboy, Sebastian Malek, Aiden Castillo) – 9:04.82
15. North Attleboro (Jackson Magas, Kyle Robinson, Jack MacLaughlin, Maxwell Vaughan) – 9:06.52

Shot Put
1. Mark Edge, Stoughton – 50-09.50
3. Jonathan Vixamar, Oliver Ames – 47-03.00
4. Ike Ogbonnanze, Sharon – 45-11.00
5. Emmett Ruote, North Attleboro – 45-00.00
7. Anthony DeCosta, Oliver Ames – 44-00.75
10. Joseph Beckett, North Attleboro – 40-09.50
15. Jaden McCall, Stoughton – 38-08.50
16. Sproul Derolus, Stoughton – 38-06.75
20. Jerry Brisson, Stoughton – 38-02.50

High Jump
1. Elisha Teneus-Claude, Stoughton – 6-06.00
7. Nick Taylor, North Attleboro – 5-10.00
14. Colby Feid, North Attleboro – 5-08.00

Long Jump
1. Patrick McManus, Sharon – 22-07.75
2. Elisha Teneus-Claude, Stoughton – 21.10.50
4. David Peters, Stoughton – 21.00.50
8. Ashton Hart, Oliver Ames – 19-10.00

Division 4

Boys Team Results

1. Weston – 46
3. Canton -39
23. Foxboro – 6

55M Dash
1. Jonathan Chery, Canton – 6.50

300M
1. Solomon King, Norwood – 36.16
2. Jonathan Chery, Canton – 36.56
4. Zach Goldstein, Canton – 36.79
17. Adam Connolly, Foxboro – 37.82

1 Mile
1. Simon Laclair, Northhampton – 4:24.75
3. Ryan Proulx, Foxboro – 4:25.79

2 Mile
1. John Lucey, Newburyport – 9:38.23
27. Kyle Downing, Canton – 10:45.05

4×200 Relay
1. Triton – 1:32.29
2. Canton (Junior Sainvil, Cam Sanchez, Zach Goldstein, Jonathan Chery) – 1:32.57

4×400 Relay
1. Weston – 3:28.47
20. Canton (Andrew Butler, Deyontai Dennis, Jack Hernon, Kyle Downing) – 3:50.05

4×800 Relay
1. Northhampton – 8:22.62
17. Foxboro (Tim Behn, Joe Cusack, Nate Palter, Ryan Proulx) – 8:59.88

High Jump
1. John McNeil, Medfield – 6-09.00
10. Deyontai Dennis, Canton – 5-10.00

Long Jump
1. Zachary Clasby, Dedham – 21-06.25
2. Deyontai Dennis, Canton – 20-10.05
12. Junior Sainvil, Canton – 19-07.75
19. Adam Connolly, Foxboro – 19-00.50

Division 1

Girls Team Results

1. Brookline – 62
10. Franklin – 19
11. Taunton – 14
22. Attleboro – 5

300M
1. Jolene Murphy, Peabody – 39.70
4. Jillian Fenerty, Franklin – 42.39
6. Cassondra Stuger, Attleboro – 42.95
14. Kerla Sylvestre, Taunton – 44.33
17. Lauren Jackson, Franklin – 45.16

600M
1. Amyah Santana, Wachusett – 1:36.00
2. Olivia Dias, Taunton – 1:37.45
8. Nia Mainer-Smith, Taunton – 1:40.74
13. Samantha Powderly, Franklin – 1:42.74
18. Tiziana Hernandez, Attleboro – 1:49.94

1000M
1. Sonja Nagle, Brookline – 2:59.27
10. Sydney Hawkins, Franklin – 3:11.07
13. Braelyn Nichols, Taunton – 3:14.35

1 Mile
1. Lucy Jenks, Newton South – 5:00.88
19. Diana Blouin, Attleboro – 5:38.42

2 Mile
1. Molly Kiley, Andover – 11:28.61
7. Kelly Neuendorf, Attleboro – 11:40.99
21. Kimberley Esteban, Attleboro – 12:49.14

4×200 Relay
1. Peabody – 1:44.76
17. Attleboro (Abbey Menutole, Nirali Trek-Najera, Kamsi Igbobi, Cassondra Stuger) – 1:53.66
20. Franklin (Jillian Fenerty, Lindsey Morse, Ava Fraulo, Riley Fitzpatrick) – 1:55.08

4×400 Relay
1. Newton North – 4:03.22
4. Taunton (Nia Mainer-Smith, Morgan Zakrzewski, Kerla Sylvestre, Olivia Dias) – 4:08.53
6. Franklin (Samantha Powderly, Jillian Fenerty, Lauren Jackson, Riley Fitzpatrick) – 4:14.33
16. Attleboro (Anna Beck, Rebecca Rainey, Tizia Hernandez, Tiziana Hernandez) – 4:32.90

4×800 Relay
1. Newton South – 9:29.32
10. Franklin (Sydney Hawkins, Samantha Powderly, Carly Alston, Ruth Ann Mulvey) – 10:21.83
11. Attleboro (Diana Blouin, Ayla Santoro, Madison Ellis, Kelly Neuendorf) – 10:26.25
12. Taunton (Tatyana Mainer-Smith, Phylicia Dias, Lily Valcovic, Braelyn Nichols) – 10:29.00

Shot Put
1. Kennedy Johnson, New Bedford – 37-11.00
9. Kamsi Igbobi, Attleboro – 33-03.25
13. Danielle McDonnell, Franklin – 29-11.00

High Jump
1. Sophie Albright, Framingham – 5-06.00
3. Lindsey Morse, Franklin – 5-02.00
4. Ava Fraulo, Franklin – 5-00.00
16. Julia Labrecque, Taunton – 4-10.00

Long Jump
1. Jamie Chamberlain, Brookline – 18:00.50
11. Victoria Gravel, Taunton – 15-07.00

Division 2

Girls Team Results

1. Wellesley – 62
23. King Philip – 1.5

300M
1. India Ingemi, Beverly – 39.44
12. Allison Beltramini, King Philip – 43.79

600M
1. Nicole Frail, Natick – 1:37.22
17. Caitlin Dumouchel, Mansfield – 1:44.24
21. Maria Sevastos, Mansfield – 1:47.17

1000M
1. Iris Bergman, Concord-Carlisle – 2:56.07
11. Katherine Miller, Mansfield – 3:12.58
12. Isabelle Crocker, King Philip – 3:16.13
15. Ryenn Hart, King Philip – 3:19.74
16. Grace Doyle, Mansfield – 3:20.42
21. Celia Puleo, Mansfield – 3:29.53

1 Mile
1. Emma Kerimo, Concord-Carlisle – 5:07.16
13. Tessa Lancaster, Mansfield – 5:30.15
22. Jessica Alestock, Mansfield – 5:52.06
23. Emma Lamson, Mansfield – 5:53.66

Two Mile
1. Kylie Oblak, Lincoln-Sudbury – 11:09.25
10. Maya Evans, King Philip – 11:50.58

55M Hurdles
1. Katharine Duren, Central Catholic – 8.20
7. Anna Buckley, Mansfield – 9.09

4×200 Relay
1. Wellesley – 1:44.99
15. Mansfield (Colleen Waters, Kaylee Smith, Meghan Driscoll, Gabrielle Devlin) – 1:52.87
18. King Philip (Sofia DelVecchio, Veronica Redlitz, Grace Lawler, Allison Beltramini) – 1:54.36

4×400 Relay
1. Natick – 4:02.59
15. Mansfield (Maria Sevastos, Celia Puleo, Kelsey Hubler, Caitlin Dumouchel) – 4:24.92

4×800 Relay
1. Marshfield – 9:31.11
13. King Philip (Isabelle Crocker, Ava Pisani, Ryenn Hart, Charlotte Majer) – 10:46.65

Shot Put
1. Shallen James, Braintree – 39-06.00
13. Sarah Vigevani, King Philip – 31-02.00
15. Bailee Ziolkowski, King Philip – 31-01.00
22. Alissa Cooke, Mansfield – 29-02.25

High Jump
1. Sarah Lavery, North Andover – 5-06.00
6. Paige Berdos, King Philip – 4-10.00
10. Victoria Priestley, King Philip – 4-10.00

Long Jump
1. Brooklyn Manna, Woburn – 19-06.00
6. Anna Buckley, Mansfield – 17-01.50
21. Gabrielle Devlin, Mansfield – 14-11.75

Division 3

Girls Team Results

1. Hopkinton – 61
2. Milford – 57
T5. North Attleboro – 40
T5. Sharon – 40
11. Oliver Ames – 17
12. Stoughton – 15

55M Dash
1. Madison Marsh, Shepherd Hill – 7.25
2. Sarah Flanagan, Milford – 7.34
5. Kiyanni Simas, Milford – 7.48
8. Wendy Wooden, Sharon – 7.58

300M
1. Makayla Paige, Tewksbury – 40.42
2. Sarah Flanagan, Milford – 40.76
3. Kerry O’Connor, Milford – 41.13
7. Elizabeth Lee, Sharon – 43.11
12. Daija Dutrieuille, Stoughton – 43.79
14. Shayla Ford, Stoughton – 43.97
23. Maren Halpin, Milford – 45.40

600M
1. Mikayla Paige, Tewskbury – 1:29.70
2. Jenna Gilman, Oliver Ames – 1:38.29
14. Rebecca Lally, Stoughton – 1:44.86
19. Jennifer Joseph, Stoughton – 1:45.41
27. Alexis Marcolini, Milford – 1:55.13

1000M
1. Amelia Mignacca, Bishop Feehan – 3:05.47
5. Abby Hodges, Oliver Ames – 3:08.35

1 Mile
1. Schuyler Gooley, Hopkinton – 5:16.65
3. Daphne Theiler, Sharon – 5:19.59
7. Eliana Boxerman, Sharon – 5:32.56
9. Taylor Saks, Sharon – 5:33.95
14. Sara Comisky, Milford – 5:43.70
21. Taegan Hodges, Oliver Ames – 5:48.95
30. Catherine Hanewich, North Attleboor – 5:57.06

2 Mile
1. Schuyler Gooley, Hopkinton – 11:00.29
8. Daphne Theiler, Sharon – 11:48.08
12. Catherine O’Donnell, Oliver Ames – 11:58.62

55M Hurdles
1. Emma Phelps, Westboro – 8.46
2. Elizabeth Lee, Sharon – 8.47
3. Jada Johnson, Sharon – 9.49
5. Olivia Etienvre, North Attleboro – 8.85
6. Ari Preacher, North Attleboro – 8.99

4×200 Relay
1. Milford (Jenna Mastroianni, Sarah Flanagan, Kyanni Simas, Kerry O’Connor) – 1:45.94
2. North Attleboro (Tess Collins, Kailey Lockavitch, Emily Nardelli, Lily Wetherbee) – 1:46.67
9. Sharon (Carolyn Bayha, Simeone Dunbar, Elizabeth Lee, Wendy Wooden) – 1:50.89
11. Stoughton (Ashley Camilo, Katherine Giroux, Shayla Ford, Daija Dutrieuille) – 1:52.32
16. Oliver Ames (Madison Perry, Madison Gilman, Amelia Andre, Tatum Perry) – 1:54.70

4×400 Relay
1. Shepherd Hill – 4:05.53
3. North Attleboro (Tess Collins, Kailey Lockavitch, Emily Nardelli, Kadence Peri) – 4:09.73
12. Oliver Ames (Ava Lerman, Taegan Hodges, Abby Hodges, Jenna Gilman) – 4:37.01
13. Stoughton (Rebecca Lally, Avrie Martin, Samantha Tran, Jennifer Joseph) – 4:37.27

4×800 Relay
1. Billerica – 9:43.93
4. Oliver Ames (Abby Hodges, Jenna Gilman, Taegan Hodges, Emily Meyers) – 10:09.89
6. Sharon (Carolyn Bayha, Eliana Boxerman, Taylor Saks, Daniella Williams) – 10:15.92
8. North Attleboro (Marta Botelho, Allison Carter, Abby Gallagher, Catherine Hanewich) – 10:22.27
18. Milford (Sarah Comisky, Alexis Marcolini, Stephanie Goulet, Annie Flanagan) – 11:10.18

Shot Put
1. Chinazo Odunze, Stoughton – 37-11.50
4. Sasha Hyacinthe, Stoughton – 32-11.25
6. Sarah Brogioli, Milford – 31-09.00
11. Therese Saade, OliverAmes – 29-01.75
12. Alivia Byrne, North Attleboro – 29-00.50
17. Alyssa Hutchinson, Stoughton – 27-08.25

High Jump
1. Emma Phelps, Westboro – 5-04.00
2. Jada Johnson, Sharon – 5-04.00
3. Olivia Etienvre, North Attleboro – 5-04.00
4. Sarah Brogioli, Milford – 5-02.00
6. Cassidy Becker, North Attleboro – 5-00.00
7. Ari Preacher, North Attleboro – 5-00.00
10. Therese Saade, Oliver Ames – 4-10.00
17. Sasha Hyacinthe, Stoughton – 4-08.00

Long Jump
1. Riley Paskow, Silver Lake – 17-11.75
2. Kerry O’Connor, Milford – 17-10.25
3. Lily Wetherbee, North Attleboro – 17-06.00
4. Kiyanni Simas, Milford – 17-00.00
6. Simone Dunbar, Sharon – 16-03.00
8. Olivia Etienvre, North Attleboro – 16-00.50
11. Cassidy Becker, North Attleboro – 15-06.00
20. Madison Perry, Oliver Ames – 14-09.25

Division 4

Girls Team Results

1. Nauset – 51

300M
1. Monique Malcolm, Nauset – 40.75
27. Meghan Murphy, Foxboro – 46.34

600M
1. Isabela Shepard, Amherst-Pelham – 1:38.70
12. Emma Dahl, Foxboro – 1:44.23

4×200 Relay
1. Pentucket – 1:46.18
20. Foxboro (Isabel Hallal, Meghan Murphy, Lindsey Piscitelli, Amanda Walden) – 1:53.26

4×800 Relay
1. Melrose – 10:11.64
13. Foxboro (Casey Dahl, Emma Dahl, Mabel Linck, Emily Steele) – 10:51.38
19. Canton (Morgan Quinn, Erika Boone, Lauren Sullivan, Kayla Wong) – 11:34.30

Shot Put
1. Abigail Chorches, Falmouth – 40-09.75
23. Bronwyn Mahoney, Canton – 32-02.00

Long Jump
1. Ana Bertarelli, Notre Dame Academy – 17-08.50
20. Meghan Murphy, Foxboro – 14-10.50

Player of the Week: David Peters, Stoughton Track

David Peters
 
By HockomockSports.com Staff

Stoughton senior David Peters has been selected as the HockomockSports.com Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, for Feb. 2 through Feb. 8. Peters is the 20th player chosen as Player of the Week for the 2019-20 school year and the ninth for the winter season.

Peters won three events at this weekend’s Hockomock League Indoor Track Championships at the Reggie Lewis Track Center and helped the Black Knights win the boys’ team title with 107 points, 37 more than second-place Mansfield. It’s the first time since 1994 that the Black Knights won the championship meet. This is the third time that Peters has been named Player of the Week, earning the honor in both indoor and outdoor track last year.

After winning one event and finishing second in another at last year’s indoor championships, Peters took it to another level this winter. He won the 300 meters in a time of 35.94, edging out Canton’s Jonathan Chery by .17 seconds. Peters also won the long jump, which he finished second in last year, with a leap of 21-03.25. It was a foot longer than he jumped at last year’s Hock meet.

Peters also repeated as the league champion in the 55-meter hurdles. He finished in a time of 7.41 seconds, beating out his teammates Christopher Ais (7.96) and Anthony Pizzano (7.97), as the Black Knights swept the top three places in the event.

The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision.

Click here for a photo gallery from the Hockomock Indoor Track Championship meet.