SUPER TEAM

Chayla Ewing, Wareham, Senior

Ewing led the team in points despite only doing running events, competing in the 100, 200, 400 and relays. She was undefeated during the conference season in the 100 and 200 and was the 200 champion at the Sunset Invitational in 27.17. At the South Coast Conference championship, she placed second in both the 100 (12.95) and 200 (26.77), both personal bests. She was sixth in the 100 and seventh in the 200 at the Div. 4 Meet. She will compete for the UMass Dartmouth track team next year.

Amber Lattuca, Bishop Stang, Freshman

Lattuca completed an undefeated dual-meet season at 400 meters and took second place to Athlete of the Year Meg Hughes for a 1-2 freshmen finish in the Div. 4 Meet. Lattuca broke the 60-second barrier with a 59.58, despite a stumbling start. She was second in the Eastern Athletic Conference Meet (62.51), third in the Coaches Freshman/Sophomore Meet (62.21) and 13th in the Coaches Girls Invitational (61.56). “Amber has the potential to be the top 400-meter runner in the school's history,” Coach Steve McGonigle said.

Emilea Lauzon, Apponequet, Senior

Lauzon dominated the sprints, winning all but two races, one 100 and one 200, in the dual-meet season. She swept the South Coast Conference sprints with personal bests in the 100 (12.88) and 200 (26.30). She was third in the Sunset Invitational in 27.37, sixth in the Div. 3 200 (26.65) and 10th in 13.21 in the Div. 3 100. Lauzon scored an impressive 21 percent of her team's total points this season and will run track next year at UMass Dartmouth.

Maddie Lynch, Dartmouth, Senior

Lynch concentrated on the mile race and lowered her time to a personal best of 5:26.03, which she ran while finishing 11th in the Div. 2 Meet. She opened the season with a 6:01, finished fifth at the Sunset Invitational (5:33.35), 29th at the Coaches Invitational (5:40.14) and 17th at the South Shore Principals Meet (5:33.92) before running her best time. “While Maddie is relatively quiet, she is a fierce competitor who is willing to push herself in order to achieve her goals,” coach Caitlin McCarron-Deely said.

Madisen Martin, Old Rochester, Junior

Martin won the South Coast Conference championship in the 800 in 2:29.02, but her best time for the event was 2:25.18 at the Sunset Invitational. She was on the Div. 4 runner-up 4x800 relay team, which broke the school record (9:49.44). She also threw the javelin 107-1 at the SCC Meet, a personal best 108-3 in the Div. 4 Meet and a 99-3 at All-States. Add a 62.1 400 and a PR 69.36 in the 400 hurdles and it was quite the season for Martin.

Avery Nugent, Old Rochester, Senior

Nugent was second in the mile at the South Coast Conference championships in 5:33.46, but her best mile was finishing fourth at the Sunset Invitational in 5:32.68. In the 800, she was third in the SCC in 2:35.41, but her best 800 was 2:35.0. Her best 2-mile was 12:58. When it came to the Div. 4 Meet, she was on the second-place 4x800 team that ran a school record 9:49.44 and the 4x800 team that ran a 10:15.04.

Jillian Rawding, Wareham, Sophomore

Rawding won the South Coast Conference championship with a personal best 16-feet, 8.25-inches in the long jump. She filled in wherever needed, running the 100, 200, 400, relays and jumping the high jump and long jump. Despite being a 200 runner, she moved to the 400 and placed fourth in the SCC Championships in 1:06.05. Her best 400 was 1:05.54 and she ran 27.94 for a season-best 200 in the Div. 4 Meet. “For a sophomore, she has accomplished a great deal in the long jump,” coach Chris Gardner said.

Brooke Santos, Old Rochester, Senior

Santos finished second at the Div. 4 Pentathlon with a personal-record 2,506 points and was 13th at the All-State multi-event. She was fifth in the 100 hurdles (16.60) and 11th in the high jump (5-0) at the same height as second place in the Div. 4 Meet. Her best long jump was 15-3.5 and her personal best triple jump was finishing third at the South Coast Conference championships in 33-2.5. “Her versatility in all events has helped her team get to where they are,” Coach Cindy Tilden said.

Caitlin Sardelis, Apponequet, Senior

Sardelis finished fourth in the 100 hurdles in 16.15 and sixth in the 400 hurdles in her personal best of 67.30 at the Div. 3 Meet. At the All-State Meet she finished ninth in the pentathlon with a PR of 2,856 points after finishing fourth at the Div. 3 Meet. Sardelis won the South Coast Conference 100 hurdles with a personal best 15.94 and was second in the 400 hurdles. “Caitlin really worked hard this spring,” Coach Jeff Gallant said. “She set a high standard for herself and achieved it.”

Mary Lyn Sullivan, Bishop Stang, Senior

Sullivan was superb among Eastern Athletic Conference distance runners. She won the league 2-mile race in 12:34.9 and qualified for the Div. 4 mile with a personal-best 5:32.45. Her 800 qualifying time was 2:29.0 and she competed in the mile and 800 at the Div. 4 Meet. One of the top high jumpers in the EAC, she cleared 4-8 and accounted for 67 points this season. Sullivan is planning on running track at the United States Naval Academy.

ALL STARS

Sam Ball, Old Rochester, Junior

Ball was on the All-State 4x800 relay and was on the school record 4x800 team, placing second in 9:49.44 at the Div. 4 Meet. She was fourth in the mile (5:57.52) and fourth in the 800 (2:38.80) at the South Coast Conference championship. Her best 800 is 2:38.0.

Rachel Demmer, Old Rochester, Junior

Demmer was eighth at the Div. 4 Meet in the 100 hurdles in 17.15 after a 16.73 preliminary round. She was second in in the South Coast Conference championship 100 hurdles in a personal-best 16.38. Her best 200 was 28.6, her fastest 100 was 13.7 and her best high jump was 4-6.

Maya Doonan, Old Rochester, Sophomore

Doonan did her best work with the triple jump with a personal best of 32-5.5, finishing second at the Coaches Div. 4 Relays. She was 11th at the Coaches Freshman/Sophomore Meet (30-6.5). Her other best times were 12.9 (100), 27.7 (200) and 65.0 (400).

Brooke Douglass, Fairhaven, Senior

Douglass was a point machine for the Blue Devils, scoring 131 points in her four events. Her bests this season were 13.1 (100), 16.9 (hurdles), 4-7 (high jump) and 16-0 (long jump). She was fifth in the hurdles and third in the long jump at the South Coast Conference championships.

Dayna Doyle, Apponequet, Senior

Doyle specialized in the high jump and left her mark on the South Coast Conference. She won the event at the SCC championships with a jump of 5-0, her personal best, which she attained on multiple occasions. She was third at 4-10 at the Sunset Invitational and won the SCC winter meet at 5-0.

Samantha Hathaway, Fairhaven, Sophomore

Hathaway ran the 800 in six dual meets and was undefeated. She finished second at the South Coast Conference championships in her personal-best time of 2:29.85. She turned in a 67.3 in the 400 and 6:02 in the mile. She anchored the SCC winning and school record-breaking 4x800 relay team (10:19.31).

Kelsey Holick, Old Rochester, Senior

Holick was fifth in the discus at the Div.4 Meet with a toss of 94-11. During the season she won the Warrior Invitational, was fifth at the South Coast Conference championships and ninth at the Sunset Invitational. Her personal best was 95-8. She threw the shot put and her best was 31-10.

Victoria LaBree, Dartmouth, Senior

LaBree was second in the 100 in 13.60 and third in the 100 hurdles at the Old Colony League championships. She was sixth in the Sunset Invitational in hurdles and recorded a personal best of 16.54 in the event. She also competed in the triple jump and had a best of 38-10.5.

Coral Perry, Dartmouth, Senior

Perry ran 27.26 in the Div. 2 200 and won the Old Colony League Meet in the event with a personal-best 27.07. She was third in the long jump at the Sunset Invitational (personal-best 16-9) and posted a PR 62.50 finishing fifth in the 400 at the South Shore Principal's Meet.

Hunter Thatcher, Wareham, Senior

Thatcher finished second in the shot put (31-11.5) and fifth in the discus (81-7) at the South Coast Conference championships. She was seventh in the shot put at the Div. 4 Meet with a personal best of 32-3.5. Her best discus throw was 91-4. She also ran the 100 and posted a 13.54 PR.

HONORABLE MENTION

Amy Lynn Gueye, Bishop Stang, Sophomore; Mary Silvia, Bishop Stang, Senior; Irlanda Antunes, GNB Voc-Tech, Senior; Riley Shaughnessy, Old Rochester, Senior; Renneanna Dillen, Wareham, Sophomore; Cienne Fernandes, Wareham, Junior; Kali Fernandes, Wareham, Senior; Taylor Gerbig, Wareham, Junior; Karyna Suarez, Wareham, Senior; Sara Tyma, Wareham, Senior;