MATTAPOISETT — It's time to move on for Danny Renwick.

As he prepares to enroll at Williams College in the fall, Renwick will take his third straight Standard-Times Boys Track Player of the Year award with him.

In addition to dominating the high jumpers in Massachusetts and New England, he was outstanding in both hurdles and shattered the state record for the pentathlon by 287 points.

Among his accomplishments, there was one that eluded him, the 7-foot high jump.

“I hoped to be a 7-foot high jumper in high school,” Renwick said. “I had a 6-10 at the All States indoors on my first jump, so I went to 7-feet. After that jump, why not? I didn't get it, but I had good attempts. Seven feet looks so much higher than 6-10.”

At the Sunset Meet, Renwick cleared 6-8 and put the bar at 7-0.

“I just skinned the bar and it wobbled, but didn't fall,” Renwick recalled. “Then I landed in the pit and that's when the bar fell.”

A year ago, when he decided to give track a try, his hope was to qualify for the Division 4 Meet.

“I was better at this than I thought,” he admitted. “In winter (2016) I won the SCC championship at 6-3 and figured I might be better at track than baseball.”

Track won out and Renwick hasn't stopped winning since.

“Danny is one of the best athletes we have been honored to have come through our program,” Old Rochester coach Cindy Tilden said. “He is easy to coach and was a great role model and captain to his team. It has been exciting the last two years to watch.”

A usual day at the track office for Renwick was the South Coast Conference championship, where he won the high jump (6-6), 400 hurdles (57.06) and 110 hurdles (14.87).

A year ago, he won the state decathlon, but went to the pentathlon this time since the decathlon was the week before the New England Meet.

Ahead is the transition to college where he may be destined to take on the decathlon. He chose Williams over Dartmouth because he felt there would be more flexibility there and he liked the atmosphere in Williamstown.

That could lead to further challenges for Renwick.

“In the back of my mind is 2020,” he said, aiming towards the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo as a decathlete. “There's a long way to go. I'd need 7,900 points just to qualify for the Olympic Trials.

“It's two years away, but you never know what could happen."