The Northeastern Conference boys and girls indoor track all-stars were announced earlier this week.
Somerville’s Phillips Magre was named the NEC Player of the Year on the boys side. On the girls side, the NEC Player of the Year award was earned by Beverly’s India Ingemi. Conference coach of the year for the boys side was earned by Somerville’s David Dickerson. On the girls side, Beverly’s David Jellerson won the award. The NEC Sportsmanship Awards were awarded to the Gloucester boys team and the Revere girls team.
The boys NEC All-Stars are Peabody’s Edgard Dossantos, Isiah Knight, Colby Therrien; Malden’s Ameen Anwar, Eric Toh; Marblehead’s Ryan Dumais, Joe Doherty; Danvers’ Anthony Spignese, Liam Breen; Revere’s Lucas Barbosa; Beverly’s Connor Cadematori; Everett’s Harcdy Souffrance; Gloucester’s Chris MacDondald; Somerville’s Ronan Fitzgerald, Bobby McCarthy, Jackson Anderson; Swampscott’s Will Fraser, Joe Varghese; Classical’s Eli Kalambayi, Dajon Wilson; Salem’s Bryan Palacios, Patrick Collins; English’s Abrar Jalal; Medford’s Tristen Howard; Winthrop’s Cormac MacPhail; Saugus’ Cameron Catinazzo.
The girls NEC All-Stars are Beverly’s Maeve Dineen, Rona Scott, Zoe Fisher; Malden’s Kylie DiMaro; Peabody’s Lexi Bettencourt, Alexa Flewelling; Marblehead’s Hannah Flores, Lily Gregory; Danvers’ Rebecca Henlon; Gloucester’s Kaitlin Marques; Everett’s Jessica Santos; Revere’s Hannah Fitzpatrick; Swampscott’s Ashley Marston, Ocean Crawley-Sweeney, Alexa Gladstone; Somerville’s Kentra Greene, Kemissa Osit; Classical’s Rhode Alcindor, Slanny Portorreal; Medford’s Aniya Crump, Katiah Scott; Winthrop’s Isabella Mahoney; Saugus’ Serena Cacciola; English’s Kaylee Smith; Salem’s Anyfern Gonzalez.
The Peabody and Somerville boys, who both finished their seasons undefeated at 7-0, were the NEC North and South champions, respectively. The Beverly and Swampscott girls, who each also finished the winter seasons at 7-0, were the NEC North and South Champions, respectively.