Nene Onwuogu

School Roundup: Milestone night for St. Mary’s Falayi

Temi Falayi scored a career-high 23 points in Friday’s win. 


After a tough start to the season for the St. Mary’s girls basketball team, the Spartans have now rattled off five wins in a row after a 65-49 win over the Austin Prep Cougars to move to 6-4 on the season. Coach Jeff Newhall says the team is still working to get better, but they are starting to hit their stride.

“I think tonight was one of the better games we’ve played this year, especially in the first half,” he said. “We played the way we’re capable of playing, and I just told them that if we continue to do that, we will be okay.”

Temi Falayi scored a career-high 23 points and added 14 rebounds and six blocks to lead the way for St. Mary’s.

“She was a force all night,” said Newhall. “She did a great job in the paint, she broke their press, she played great defense. She really did it all tonight.”

Gabby Torres scored 12 points and Olivia Nazaire scored 10 points.

The Spartans have a quick turnaround with a home game today at 5 p.m. against Fontbonne.

“This is a big one coming up for us, and it’s the halfway point of the season,” said Newhall. “But if we can get to 7-4 at the halfway mark after starting the year 1-4, that’ll be a great place to be.”

Tech 36, Minuteman 26

The Tigers rolled to a win at home to inch closer to .500 at 4-5. Arianna Anaya had a big game, putting up 11 points, while Alondra Sanchez and Annmarie Teixeira added eight apiece and Jamila Constantine scored six.

Malvelis Hernandez and Jailene Rivera provided excellent defense for Tech.

“We’re really clicking right now,” said Tech coach Kaitlyn Wechsler, who added that her team has worked hard on offense to prepare for different defenses, and that they’re working together well.

Peabody 72, Winthrop 34

Melissa Gray had 14 points and five steals and Alyssa Alperen had 12 points to help lead the Tanners to a big win. Serena Laro just missed a double-double with nine points and 10 rebounds, while Nene Onwuogu had eight points and nine rebounds.

Peabody (4-3) will take on Bishop Fenwick on Sunday.

Arlington Catholic 48, Bishop Fenwick 35

After falling behind early, the Crusaders rallied to tie the game entering the fourth quarter, but couldn’t complete the comeback on the road Friday night. Sam Mancinelli had eight points and four assists, Sammi Gallant had six points and six rebounds and Jaxson Nadeau had six points and three steals.

Fenwick (6-3) has a home game against Peabody on Sunday afternoon.

Saugus 54, Danvers 44

The Sachems continued their strong start to the season with a 10-point win at home on Friday, moving their record to 8-2 and handing Danvers its first loss. Olivia Valente had a team-high 14 points, while Molly Granara had 10 points and Rachel Nazzaro had eight points. Krissy Italiano contributed seven points and Alessia Salzillo had five points.

Saugus will travel to Wakefield for a game against Northeast Tech on Monday.

For Danvers (7-1), Sarah Unczur had 15 points and nine rebounds, Lily Montanari had nine points and Nicole White had seven points, nine assists and six steals.

The Falcons will have a full week off before taking on Marblehead next Friday night.

Lynn Classical 53, Gloucester 37

Paris Wilkey had a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds to lift the Rams (8-3) to a win on the road Friday night. Classical will take on Everett in a non-league matchup on Tuesday night.

Revere 59, Salem 25

Valentina Pepic led the way for the Patriots as Revere blew out Salem. Pamela Gonzalez and Tatianna Iacoviello scored 10 points each in the win.


Bishop Fenwick 49, Arlington Catholic 46

Junior captain Isaiah Cashwell-Doe led Fenwick (4-5) with 26 points and six rebounds, but it was senior captain Ryan Veguilla (14 points) who came up with the shot of the game, hitting a layup with 30 seconds left to put the Crusaders up by three points and seal the win.

Fenwick is back in action on Sunday afternoon when they host the Peabody Tanners.

Peabody 83, Winthrop 69

Peabody’s Junior Estrella came up one assist shy of a triple-double at home against Winthrop on Friday night, finishing with 26 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists in the win. Moise Irizarry also had a big game with 20 points, five rebounds and four steals.

The Tanners (6-2) will travel to Bishop Fenwick for a matchup with the Crusaders on Sunday.

Danvers 62, Saugus 47

Saugus (2-7) got 12 points from Haris Behremovic in the loss, while sophomore Liam Murphy contributed six points and eight rebounds in his first varsity game.

The Sachems will play Northeast Tech at home on Monday night.

Beverly 80, Swampscott 48

Pat Gavin was the top scorer for the Panthers (6-2), finishing with 17 points. Luigi Derrane was right behind with 15 points, while Duncan Moreland scored 11 points and Jack Crowley had six points.

For the Big Blue, freshmen David Coleman and Manny Psowa each scored eight points. Swampscott will take on Lynn Classical at home next Friday.

Salem 59, Revere 58

Down by two points with time winding down, Salem’s Ethan Espinal (10 points) hit the game-winning three-pointer with just three seconds left on the clock to give the Witches a close win on the road Friday night. Anthony Pena was the top scorer for Salem, finishing with 25 points, five assists, four rebounds and four steals. Nate Lebron added 15 points and eight rebounds.

Salem (5-3) has a road game against Lynn English next Friday night.

Lynnfield 72, Amesbury 46

Lynnfield never trailed and held a 33-23 lead at halftime.  Louis Ellis scored a game-high 25 points with eight rebounds for the Pioneers, while Dan Jameson (9 points, 5 rebounds) and senior captain Mike Carangelo (16 points, 9 rebounds) also played well for Lynnfield. The Pioneers’ bench also factored in the win with junior Matt Mortellite (7 points, 6 rebounds) and senior Will Klotzbier (4 points, 4 rebounds) hitting timely baskets and senior Bryant Dana (5 rebounds) pulling down some key rebounds.

The Pioneers look to extend their win streak to five straight Monday at Ipswich (2 p.m.).

Shawsheen Tech 66, Lynn Tech 39

Rob Wallace led the Tigers with 13 points, while Trevon Baldwin contributed seven points. Tech has a matchup with Presentation of Mary Academy on Tuesday.

GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: English defense steps up

Ely Guity and the Bulldogs closed out a win over Gloucester on Tuesday. 


The Lynn English girls basketball team has struggled to close out games this season. Tuesday night, they finally finished a game the way they’d hope to. Behind a number of key stops down the stretch, English downed Gloucester, 52-46.

“They played together and they played hard,” English coach Mackenzie Charles said of his players. “We played really good defense with key stops at the end of the game. We haven’t finished a game all season, we’ve been having problems with that. We’ve been struggling with rebounds so I think the combination of those things equalled a win.”

Dorathy Ezemba led the winning efforts with 18 points and 12 rebounds.

“She (Ezemba) rebounded well,” Charles said. “She pushes the ball well and she’s very physical.”

Ely Guity scored 16 points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished five assists.

“She (Guity) had a great game, five of her rebounds were on the offensive glass,” Charles said. Charles also credited Rachel Calnan and Shelya Manon for their performances in the win. English is back in action on Friday when the Bulldogs visit Marblehead. “We’ll get back to practice tomorrow and work hard,” Charles said. “We understand this in a win but Friday’s another game.”

Lynn Tech 44, Greater Lawrence 28

Alondra Sanchez had the hot hand offensively for the Tigers, putting up 17 points. Annmarie Texiera added eight and Jamila Constantine scored six. Malvelis Hernandez was solid on defense.

The Tigers (3-5) had to climb back from an early 8-0 deficit, but coach Kaitlyn Wechsler said that after a few timeouts and conversations with her team, something clicked.

“We turned up the pressure and worked very well together,” Wechsler said. “It was like a switch flipped and we started to figure it out. It was an overall great team win.”

Revere 65, Swampscott 56

A tied game after a quarter, the Patriots outscored the Big Blue 21-6 in the second quarter to pull away. Despite putting up 24 points in the third, Swampscott couldn’t claw all the way back into this one.

Valentina Pepic led Revere with 24 points, Pamela Gonzalez added 18 and Meghan Gotham chipped in with 10.

Archbishop Williams 77, Bishop Fenwick 44

Sam Mancinelli logged 15 points for the Crusaders, five assists and four steals, while Fredi DeGuglielmo added 14 points and Jaxson Nadeau had eight points and four steals.

Peabody 53, Salem 32

The Tanners (3-3) got 13 points from Melissa Gray and nine points and 14 rebounds from Nene Onwuogu. Katie Wallace had eight points.

Peabody will take on Winthrop on Friday night.

Peabody volleyball cruises past Billerica

Serena Laro played well offensively for Peabody in its 3-0 win over Billerica.


Thanks to a great all-around team effort, the Peabody volleyball team cruised to a 3-0 win over No. 13 Billerica in the first round of the Division 1 North tournament on Thursday evening. The No. 4 Tanners won 25-18, 25-10, 25-21.

“Our defensive game has really stepped up over the past few weeks,” said Peabody coach Lisa Keene. “And our mental game, making the right plays in the right situations, might be the best of any team I’ve ever coached.”

Hannah Kemp had a big day with 23 assists and four kills, while Melissa Gray had 12 kills and Nene Onwuogu had nine kills. Lexie Zammer and Serena Laro also had solid offensive games. Joanna Bampi, Alyssa Alperen and Tatiana Correia all played well on defense for Peabody (16-4).

The Tanners will face off against the winner of No. 5 Methuen and No. 12 Medford tomorrow evening at 6 p.m.

“We know we’ll be in for a great game no matter who we face,” Keene said. “We just have to keep doing what we do well and we’ll see what happens.”

School roundup: Swampscott thumps Marblehead

Michael Coffey scored two goals in Swampscott’s win. 


The Swampscott boys soccer team closed out its season with a solid 3-1 win over rival Marblehead on Monday afternoon at home on Senior Day.

“It was a great day all around,” said Swampscott coach Al Eaton. “We had a big crowd, it was high energy and both teams played really well. Marblehead’s a heck of a team, and it was great to be challenged like that so early heading into the tournament.”

Michael Coffey scored two goals to lead the way for the Big Blue (14-3-1), while Jack Herlihy added the third goal.

With the regular season over, Swampscott is now sitting in wait for the tournament seedings to be released.

“I like the way we’ve been playing lately,” said Eaton. “We’ve been playing with a ton of energy and the guys have been executing when they need to. We hope to continue that right into the tournament.”


Peabody 2, Revere 2

The Tanners fought back from a 2-0 deficit to notch a tie with a strong Revere team at home on Monday to close out the regular season.

Johnny Alves scored both goals for Peabody in the draw.

After winning eight of their last 10 games, the Tanners (9-7-2) are into the tournament and ready to make some noise.

“We’re playing well right now and we have a lot of momentum,” said Peabody coach Stan McKeen. “Hopefully we can keep it going when the tournament rolls around.”


Bishop Fenwick 2, Chelmsford 0

Needing a tie to qualify for the state tournament, the Crusaders did one better by notching a shutout win at home in the final game of the season.

Ally Charette and Grace Foley each scored a goal for Fenwick (8-7-3).

“We’re feeling really good going into the tournament, so we just want to keep it going,” said Fenwick coach Karen Guillemette.

Peabody 8, Revere 0

The Tanners closed out the regular season with yet another Northeastern Conference win, giving them an undefeated 13-0-3 conference record and a 14-1-3 record overall.

Jillian Arigo was the top scorer for Peabody with two goals and two assists, while Emily Nelson had two goals and one assist and Marissa Orlando had two goals. Kirsten Bradley notched one goal and one assist and Ali Demeo had one goal, while Alyssa Shashaty and Chloe Gizzi each had one assist.


Division 1 state tournament

St. John’s Prep – 2nd place (289)

It all came down to a single score for the Eagles at William J. Divine Golf Club for the Division 1 state tournament, and the Prep came up just two strokes short. In a format where the top four scores for each team are counted, the Eagles tied with Xaverian with a score of 289. The tiebreaker came down to the score of the fifth golfer for each team, and it was Xaverian’s Michael Connors (79) who beat out Cole English (81) by two strokes to give Xaverian the title.

Chris Francoeur was the top finisher for St. John’s, shooting a score of 71. Mark Turner shot a 73, Griffin Chenard shot a 75, Trent Han shot a 79 and Will Grady shot an 81.


Peabody 3, Revere 1

After dropping the first set on the road in Revere, the Tanners (15-4) rattled off three straight set wins to take the match 24-26, 25-12, 27-25, 25-19.

Nene Onwuogu had 11 kills and two blocks on the night, while Melissa Gray had 10 kills and three aces and Hannah Kemp had 22 assists and three aces. Serena Laro contributed nine kills.

Marblehead 3, Swampscott 0

The Magicians swept Swampscott in straight sets on Monday, 25-15, 25-15, 25-16. With the win, Marblehead closes out the regular season with a 14-4 record.

Jenny Norcross led the way on offense with 12 kills, while Eve Rice added six kills. Reilly O’Grady also had a big day with 24 assists.

Central Catholic 3, Bishop Fenwick 2

Despite a tough loss for Fenwick (25-19, 18-25, 20-25, 25-19, 13-15), the Crusaders were still able to win the Catholic Central League with a record of 16-5. It is the fifth CCL title in the last seven years for Fenwick.

Sam Mancinelli had a massive game with 41 assists and seven digs, while Molly Camelo had 20 kills and eight blocks. Steph Bona had a balanced game with 14 kills and 15 digs, Julia Fusco had 21 digs and Mary O’Brien contributed 10 kills.

School Roundup: Tech cross country brings home CAC title

The Lynn Tech boys cross country team clinched the CAC championship with wins over Essex Tech and Chelsea. 

By Mike Alongi 

With a clean sweep on Wednesday, the Lynn Tech boys cross country team (8-4, 5-0 CAC) took home the Commonwealth Athletic Conference championship for the second year in a row. The Tigers topped Essex Tech, 21-34, and Chelsea, 24-31.

Edgar Ortega was the top runner for Tech on the day, placing first against Essex Tech and second against Chelsea with a time of 18:28. Brandon Mendez finished second against Essex Tech and fourth against Chelsea with a time of 19:40. Also placing in the top 10 for the Tigers were Rodrigo Mora in seventh place, Jayden Lowe in eighth place and Jose Moral in ninth place.


Pentucket 15, Lynnfield 50

The top finisher for the Pioneers (0-9) was Ryan Iapicca, who finished in eighth place with a time of 16:50. Zach Shone placed 14th (17:40) and Mike Federico finished in 18th place (18:10).


Chelsea 15, Lynn Tech 50
Essex Tech 15, Lynn Tech 50

The top finishers for the Tigers were Massa Freeman in 12th place (30:32), Gianna Peredina in 13th place (31:02) and Patricia Araujo in 16th place (31:20).

Pentucket 15, Lynnfield 45

The Pioneers (2-7) had three runners place in the top 10, led by Annie Olsen in sixth place (20:37). Eliza Brooks finished right behind in seventh place (21:00), while Elizabeth St. Andre finished in ninth place (21:40).


Archbishop Williams 2, Bishop Fenwick 1

The lone goal for Fenwick (6-5-3) was scored by Abbey Rocker. The Crusaders need, at least, one win and one tie in order to qualify for the state tournament with four games remaining in the regular season. They will face off against Newburyport at home on Monday.

Masconomet 3, Lynnfield 0

Lynnfield fell to 9-5-2 with the loss. Junior midfielders Sydney Santusuosso and Katie Mitchell both played well for the Pioneers.

Lynnfield will take on Newburyport at home on Friday afternoon.

Cardinal Spellman 6, St. Mary’s 0

The Spartans (6-8) got solid performances from Jenna Foley, Emily Egan and Casey Fraher.

St. Mary’s will travel to Haverhill on Friday to take on Whittier Tech.


Peabody 3, Lynn Classical 0

The Tanners improved to 13-1 after a clean sweep of Classical on Wednesday. Melissa Gray led the offensive charge for Peabody with 12 kills, while Hannah Kemp contributed 16 assists along with four aces. Serena Laro and Nene Onwuogu each had five kills, while Joanna Bampi recorded five aces.

Peabody has a big game against a strong Lynnfield team at home this afternoon.

For Classical (7-8), Soneta Srey had five kills, eight digs, three assists and one block. Amanda Thoeun had seven service points and five digs, Lizzie Troisi had five service points and six digs and Maggie McHale had four kills. Pamela Dias had seven service points, Skylar Crayton had two assists and one block, Alytah Noum had five digs, Marymil Gonzalez had two assists and Leyani Anderson had one block.

The Rams will be back in action tomorrow evening when they host Lynn English for Senior Night.

Northeast 3, Lynn Tech 1

The Tigers (1-15) celebrated Senior Night to end their season on Wednesday, putting together an extremely competitive match. After dropping the first set 21-25, the Tigers rallied back to win the second set 25-23. Tech continued to battle hard over the final two sets, but eventually dropped them 22-25 and 11-25.


Beverly 51, Peabody 21

Despite the loss for Peabody (4-11), coach Peter Cronan was happy with the way his team played.

“All the guys played really hard out there today, we just ran into a great Beverly team,” he said.

The Tanners are back in action this afternoon when they host Revere at The Meadow.

Swampscott 37, Danvers 35

The Big Blue notched a close victory at Tedesco Country Club on Wednesday, with three winners on the day. Adam Dishman and David Peterson each won their matches 6-3, while Steve Santaniello won his match 5 1/2-3 1/2. Jake Goldman tied his match 4 1/2-4 1/2.

Swampscott (10-5) has a quick turnaround with a match against Saugus at Cedar Glen Golf Club this afternoon.

Local runners break record at Division 1 track meet

St. John’s Prep’s Tristan Shelgren, left, and Peabody’s Marcelo Rocha are neck and neck in the 2-mile race at a Division 1 boys track meet on Monday.


The two-mile race in the Division 1 boys track meet Sunday at Dilboy Stadium in Somerville proved to be a memorable one.

Both Marcelo Rocha of Peabody and Tristan Shelgren of St. John’s Prep shattered the meet record of 9:10.8. However, Rocha finished .20 seconds faster than Shelgren, 9:10.23 to 9:10.43 to claim victory in the event.

It was a good day for the Tanners, especially the girls, who finished fourth with 45 points. The St. John’s Prep boys were second with 50 points while Peabody was 10th with 29.

Cynthia Aroke of Peabody was a two-time winner, both in the 110 hurdles in 15.03 and then in the 400 hurdles (63.63).

The results of the meet are as follows:

Girls 100: 3, Amanda Matthews, Peabody; 25.97; Girls 800, 6, Sophie Anderle, Peabody, 2:20.49; Girls mile: Emily Christiansen, Peabody, 5:23.90; Girls two-mile: 6, Jessica Ostrowski, Peabody, 11:22.42; 21, Maura McCormack, Gloucester, 12:09.15; Girls 100 hurdles: 1, Cynthia Aroke, Peabody, 15.03; preliminaries: 1 Aroke,, 15.39; 16, Emily Bellevance, Peabody, 17.53;

17, Kaitlin Marques, Gloucester, 17.54; 25, Sam Pang, Peabody, 18.16.

Girls 400 hurdles: 1 Cynthia Aroke, Peabody, 63.63; 9, Teya Marquis, Peabody, 69.74’ 15, Gabrielle Morton, Peabody, 71.46; 24, Chloe Kenyon, Gloucester,73.64. Girls 4×100 relay:

18, Peabody (Rinera Batista, Sam Cummings, Taylor Correggio, Danya Vadala) 53.10;

22, Gloucester (Kaitlin Marques, Abigail Roundy, Marlaina Fulmer, Sierra Rudolph), 53.70;

25, Revere (Clarita Vazque, Janine So, Catherine Elam, Angelisa Nguyen), 55.50; Girls 4×400 relay: 5, Peabody (Amanda Andrews, Dayna Vadala, Sophie Anderle, Cynthia Aroke), 4:02.4;

17, Gloucester (Megan Clark, Chloe Kenyon, Niamh Dalton, Leah Rudolph), 4:21.83; Girls 4×800 relay: 3, Gloucester (Niamh Dalton, Eve Feuerbach, Leah Rudolph, Carly Curcuru), 9:31.72; 15, Peabody (Deanna Ruggiero, Nicole Ruggiero, Jessica Ostrowski, Emily Christensen), 10:16.02.

Girls high jump”: 2, Sierra Rudolph, 5-02; 9, Alexa Flewelling, Peabody, 4-11; Girls triple jump:

3, Sierra Rudolph, Gloucester, 35-06; Girls shot put: 13, Rachel Shanbar, Revere, 30-10.50;

15, Emily Bacelar, Peabody, 30-04.

Girls discus: 7, Anna Church, Peabody, 93-02; 10, Rachel Shanbar, Revere, 85-11; 13, Nene Onwuogu, Peabody, 84-00; Girls Javelin: 4, Rylie Edmonds, Peabody, 102-05; 22, Savina Rodriguez, Peabody, 82-04.

Boys 100: 2, Phil Bynum, Peabody, 11:30; Boys 400: 11, Andrew Coutu, St. John’s, 52.05; Boys mile; 20, McGrath Bissaillon, St. John’s, 4:38.07; Boys two-mile: Marcelo Rocha, Peabody, 9:10.23; 2, Tristan Shelgren, St John’s, 9:10.43; 19, Jackson Skelley, St. John’s, 10.04.55

20, Shane Braz, Peabody, 10:04.94.

Boys 110 hurdles: Preliminary: 13, Josh Flanders, Revere, 16.36; 14, Ramon Medrano, Peabody, 16.49; 18, Matt Flynn, St. John’s, 17.02; Boys 400 hurdles: 15, Mark Smith, Gloucester, 60.27; 20, Carlos Chez, Peabody, 60.88; 29, Moisse Irizzary, Peabody (62.71).

Boys 4×100 relays: 5, Peabody (Amisaday Quijano, Moisse Irizzary, Ugonna Okanawa, Phil Bynum), 43.96; 6, St. John’s (Aiden Kelly, Alex Miller, Andrew Coutu, Bryan Nju-Gong), 44.23;

12, Gloucester (Tyler Meunsaveng, Jebediah Hogan, Christian Sanfilippo, Alex Militello), 45.04; 15, Revere (David Sinatra, Josh Flanders, Andy Em, Talil Hamza), 45.79; boys 4×400 relays: 9, St. John’s (Aiden Kelly, Alex Miller, Ethan Roy, Tim Degan), 3:28.68; boys 4×800 relay: 7, St. John’s (Tim Bogomolov, McGrath Billaillon, Tim Degan, Josh Turk), 8:15.73; 14, Peabody (Marcela Rocha, Marc Alperen, Joseph Farhat, Spencer May), 8:27.73.

Boys high jump: Nikolas Reardon, St. John’s, 6-04; 4 (tie) Moisse Irizzary, Peabody; Nate Hobbs, St. John’s, 6-00; 9, Geordan Siewe, Peabody, 6-00; boys long jump: 5, Nikolas Reardon, St. John’s, 21-06; 14, Josh Flanders, Revere, 20-10; 22, Dhimitri Bido, Peabody, 20-01.50; boys triple jump: 1, Nate Robbs, St. John’s, 47-03; 6, Geordan Siewe, Peabody, 43-00.75; 14, Hunter Josselyn, Peabody, 40-06; 20, Joseph LeBlanc, Peabody. 39-06; 23, John Curtin, St. John’s, 38-08.50.

Boys shot put: 6, James Carnevale, St. John’s, 50-06; 13, Patrick Pang, Peabody, 46-03; 14, Kevin Doherty, St. John’s, 45-11; 15, Sean McHale, St. John’s, 45-08.50; boys discus:

3, James Carnavale, St. John’s, 150-3; 17, Sean McHale, St. John’s, 121-02; 22, Connor Ramos, Peabody, 118-01; 24, Timothy Delisle, St. John’s, 114-5; Boys javelin; 18, Ryan McNeil, St. John’s, 145-02; 24, Nick Fantini, St. John’s, 139-00; 25, Alex Militello, Gloucester, 138-02; 28, Jacob LaFlam, Peabody, 128-07.

Peabody boys, Beverly girls take NEC crowns

Peabody’s Marcelo Rocha nearly lapped the field in the 2-miles.

Peabody was the winner for boys track and field in Saturday’s Northeastern Conference meet, outdistancing Marblehead, 187-100.

In the girls meet, Beverly topped the field with 124 points, followed closely behind by the Tanners, with 116.

The rest of the field for the boys: Gloucester (80), Saugus (42), Danvers (38), Classical (33), Marblehead (32), Swampscott, 22), Revere (11), Salem (10), Winthrop (10) and English (9).

For the girls, it was Gloucester (67), Revere (49), Salem (29),  Swampscott (23), Beverly (18), English (18), Classical (15), Winthrop (8), Danvers (8) and Saugus (5).

Top three boys finishers in each category: 100-meter dash: Phil Bynum, Peabody, 11.19 seconds; Joe Doherty, Marblehead, 11.61; Doug Santos, Peabody, 11.63; 200: Jebediah Hogan, Gloucester, 23.33; Giovanni Guzman, Salem, 23.72; Hunter Josselyn, Peabody, 23.81; 400: Jakob Wikar, Marblehead, 53.09; Jack Krivit, Marblehead, 53.25; Issa Jalloh, Classical, 53.90; 800: Andrew Ernst, Marblehead, 1:54.85; Nathan Evans, Gloucester, 2:03.77; Marc Alperen, Peabody, 2:05.29.

Mile: Oliver Jacob, Marblehead, 4:38.30; William Aylward, Peabody, 4:39.15; Ross Wahl, Beverly, 4:40.34; 2-miles: Marcelo Rocha, Peabody, 9:42.64; Shane Braz, Peabody, 10:05.13; Mike Weidenbruch, Marblehead, 10:05.13. 110-hurdles: Josh Flanders, Revere, 16.11; Ramon Medrano, Peabody, 16.23; Colman Donovan, Swampscott, 16.37; 400 hurdles: Moisse Irizzary, Peabody, 59.40; Carlos Chez, Peabody, 1:00.28; Mark Smith, Gloucester, 1:01.38.

4×100 relay: Peabody, 43.66; Gloucester, 45.37; Marblehead, 45.76; 4×400: English, 3:44.66; Peabody, 3:44.72; Gloucester, 3:47.34; 4×800: Marblehead, 8:22.16; Gloucester, 8:33.76; Peabody, 8:40.29.

High jump: Nelson Cevallos, Revere, 6-00; Irizzary, Peabody, 6-00; Nate Cioffi, Peabody, 5-08; long jump: Flanders, Revere, 20-11; Dhimitri Bido, Peabody, 20-03; David Sinatra, Revere, 19-07.25; triple jump: Hugh Calice, Beverly, 41.07; Geordan Siewe, Peabody, 41-05; Joseph LeBlanc, Peabody, 39-11.75.

Shot put: Patrick Pang, Peabody, 47-05; Michael Lowry, Peabody, 42-11.50; Zachary Schutz, Danvers, 41-09; discus: Connor Ramos, Peabody, 125-09; Andrew McGrail, Winthrop, 122-07; Peter Leon, Peabody, 120-07; javelin: Alex Militello, Gloucester, 154-07; Jacob LaFlam, Peabody, 138-03; Mitch Norcross, Marblehead, 134-01.

Top three finishers for each girls event: 100-meter: Haley Dennis, Saugus, 12.59; Grace Byrd, Beverly, 13:35; Sierra Rudolph, Gloucester, 13:48; 200: Agnes Bangura, Classical, 26.13; Dayna Vadala, Peabody, 27.43; Anne Vonzweck, Beverly, 28.24; 400: Amanda Andrews, Peabody, 1:00.76; Leah Rudolph, Gloucester, 1:02.37; Lauren Clement, Danvers, 1:03.56; 800: Sophie Anderle, Peabody, 2:24. 08; Niamh Dalton, Gloucester, 2:26.10; Taylor Sullivan, English, 2:29.46.

Mile: Carly Curcuru, Gloucester, 5:24; Emily Christensen, Peabody, 5:26.79; Lexi Sutyak, Beverly, 5:26.79; 2-mile: Abby Walsh, Beverly, 11:12.32; Jessica Ostrowski, Peabody, 11:43.74; Christina Jones, Gloucester, 11:50.30; 100 hurdles: Cynthia Aroke, Peabody, 14.94; Julianna Devitt, Beverly, 15:61; Devyn Astuccio, Classical, 16:57; 400 hurdles: Cassie Wahl, Beverly, 1:09.40; Danielle Stotts, Salem, 1:10.09; Teya Marquis, Peabody, 1:10.84.

4×100 relay: Saugus, 51.70; Beverly, 52.55; Classical, 53.50; 4×400 relay: Peabody, 4:10.61; Beverly, 4:20.69; Winthrop, 4:24.42; 4×800 relay: Gloucester, 10:09.57; Peabody, 10:15.42; Beverly, 10:33.21.

High jump: Sierra Rudolph, Gloucester, 5-04; Michelle Connor, Swampscott, 5-02; Tyler Orlandella, Beverly, 5-00; long jump: Devitt, Beverly, 16-02.50; Erin St. Pierre, Danvers, 16-00.50; Bangura, Classical, 15-11; triple jump: Cassie Wahl, Beverly, 34-05; Sarah Caulfield, Marblehead,34-02.75; Aroke, Peabody, 33-02.75.

Shot put: Olivia Bryan, Danvers, 35-01.50; Gracie Sparkman, Beverly, 34-10; Ailyn Minaya, Saugus, 33-06.50; discus: Nene Onwuogu, Peabody, 98-09; Rachel Spencer, Beverly, 87-06; Rachel Shanbar, Revere, 87-07; javelin: Devan Walsh, Danvers, 124-08; Victoria Sparages, Saugus, 103-04; Rylie Edmonds, Peabody, 100-11.