SUPER TEAM

Djeury Amado, GNB Voc-Tech, Junior

Amado was undefeated in the 100 and 200 in the South Coast Conference and won the championships in both events, 11.21 in the 100 and 23.16 in the 200. He won the 100 meters at the Division 2 meet in a personal-best 11.15 and finished ninth at All-States in 11.16. He was first at the Sunset Invitational 100 in 11.36. “This was his first year of track and field and his impact was big,” coach Mark Thornhill said.

Matt Brogioli, Old Rochester, Sophomore

Brogioli excelled at the long jump, winning the Division 4 meet in a personal-best 21-1.25. He finished 18th at All-States (20-3.5), won the South Coast Conference championship (20-3.75) and was second in the state freshman/sophomore meet (21-0.5). He was fifth in the SCC high jump with a personal best of 5-10, was part of the school-record 4x100 relay team (44.60) and had a personal-best 11.7 in the 100 and 24.7 in the 200.

Sam Ferreira, Apponequet, Junior

Ferreira was a high jumper who found himself behind the Player of the Year Danny Renwick in many of his meets. He finished second at the Division 3 meet with a leap of 6-2 and was second in the South Coast Conference championship, sixth in the All-State meet and eighth at the New England championship. His best for the 100 was 11.5 and 23.5 for the 200. He anchored the 4x100 relay team and was the leading scorer this season for the Lakers.

Bradley Harunkiewicz, Wareham, Senior

Harunkiewicz was the premier thrower in the area, dominating in the shot put and discus. He went the farthest in the discus, winning the Sunset Invitational, South Coast Conference championship, the Division 4 meet, was second at the All-State meet with a personal-best of 148-4 and 11th at the New England Championship. In the shot put, he was second at the Sunset Invitational, first at the SCC and Division 4 (PR 50-4) and 10th at All-States. Has his eyes on being a D1-D2 collegiate thrower.

Bruno Pires, New Bedford, Senior

Pires was the best middle distance runner in the area, finishing fifth in the Division 1 mile with his personal best of 4:22.36. He was ninth at the All-State meet in 4:23.56, won the Sunset Invitational in 4:27.10 and was sixth at the State Coaches meet in 4:29.24. He also had a 1:59 in the 800 at the South Shore Principals meet. “Bruno has been a super coachable kid,” coach Jeremy Tilton said. "The better he gets, the harder he works and more focused he becomes.”

Isaac Sequeira, Dartmouth, Junior

Sequeira was consistent in the two hurdles and the triple jump and led his team in scoring this season. His best triple was at the Division 2 meet, where he had a 42-8.5 in finishing sixth. That allowed him to go to the All-State meet, where he was 20th. He won the Old Colony League 400 hurdles in a personal best of 59.6 and was second in the 110 hurdles in 15.3. “Isaac is an incredibly talented athlete,” coach Jennifer Mulcare-Sullivan said. “The potential here is unbelievable.”

Jahmal Silva, Wareham, Junior

Silva won the South Coast Conference championship in the triple jump with a 41-6.5 and added his personal-best 42-3 in finishing sixth in the Division 4 meet. He was seventh in the Division 4 meet in the high jump (5-10) and the 400 (52.10). His best event may be the 400 hurdles, where he holds the school record of 57.1 and finished second in the SCC championship. He broke the school record by recording 201 points this season.

Harrison Smith, Old Rochester, Junior

Smith was chasing teammate Danny Renwick all season, finishing second in the 110 hurdles at the South Coast Conference championship in a personal-best 14.97. He was second at the Sunset Invitational, third in the Division 4 meet and 17th at All-States. He won the SCC javelin (154-1) and had a PR of 159-8. His best 100 was 11.1 and shot put was 44-6. “Harry is a very strong and talented athlete that has a lot of potential we haven't seen yet,” coach Cindy Tilden said.

Eli Spevack, Old Rochester, Senior

Spevack was second in the 110 hurdles at the Division 4 meet in a personal-best 15.10 and was second in the 400 hurdles with a PR of 56.78, both behind teammate Danny Renwick. He posted bests in the long jump (19-10) and the triple jump (39-6.5) at the Division 4 relays. “Eli has a natural talent for almost any event we put him in. We could put him in mid distance/distance events and he would succeed there, too,” coach Cindy Tilden said.

Adam Sylvia, Old Rochester, Sophomore

Sylvia was fifth in the mile at the Division 4 meet in a personal-best 4:38.97 after finishing fifth at the Coaches Freshman/Sophomore meet in 4:44.11. He won the 800 at the South Coast Championship in a PR of 2:05.29 and was seventh in the freshman/sophomore javelin. His best javelin throw was 128 at the Division 4 Relays. He was fourth in the SCC 2-mile and his best time for the event was 10:31.20. He also was a member of the All-State 4x400 relay team.

THE ALL-STARS

Noah Barton, Fairhaven, Sophomore

Barton was a four-event participant in all dual meets and led the Blue Devils in scoring with 88 points. He was sixth in the long jump (personal-record 19-2.75) and 110 hurdles (16.86) and eighth in the high jump (personal-best 5-6) at the South Coast Conference championships. His best times for 100 was 11.7 and the 110-hurdles was 16.6.

Jacob Cafarella, Old Rochester, senior

Cafarella was a member of the school-record 4x100 relay team that clocked 44.60. He was third in the javelin with a personal-best 147-0 and sixth in the triple jump (37-7.5) at the South Coast Conference championship. His best triple was 40-4 at the Division 4 Relays. Ran a PR of 16.17 at the Division 4 110 hurdles.

Will Garcia, Old Rochester, Sophomore

Garcia was a member of the school-record 4x100 relay team that clocked 44.60. He had a personal-best 11.55 in finishing fourth at the South Coast Conference championship in the 100 and was 17th in the Division 4 meet (12.07). He competed at the All-State meet as part of the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams.

Noah Johnson, New Bedford, Junior

Johnson qualified for the Division 1 meet in both the 110 hurdles, with a 16.31 when he finished fifth, and in the javelin with a personal-best toss of 142-3 in finishing second at the South Shore Principals Meet. His best dual meet time for the hurdles was 15.9. He overcame early season injuries to come on strong for the Whalers.

Brandon McNeil, Dartmouth, Junior

McNeil qualified for the Division 2 meet in the triple jump and long jump. His best triple jump was 41-4.25 for third at the Sunset Invitational and he won the South Shore Principals meet with a jump of 40-7.75. His best long jump was 20-5.25 in finishing fourth at the South Shore Principals meet. He ran 64 in the 400 hurdles and 53.9 in a 400 relay leg.

Isaac Nascimento, Wareham, Junior

Nascimento finished second in the 200 (23.1) and third in the 100 (11.34) and long jump (20-1.5) at the South Coast Conference championship. He was fifth in both the 100 (a season-best 11.59) and 200 (a season-best 23.19) in the Division 4 meet. He also threw 140 in the javelin, but an elbow injury kept him out of the event in the Division meet.

Noah O'Toole, Bishop Stang, Senior

O'Toole qualified for the Division 4 meet in the 800 (2:05.5) and finished 10th in the race. He was third in the Eastern Athletic Conference championship (2:07.75) and had a 58.0 leg on the 4x400 relay team. His best 200 was 25.84 and was the team MVP. He will run cross country and track at Stonehill College next year.

Adam Seablom, Apponequet, Junior

Seablom was second in the 800 (2:08.83) and fourth in the high jump (6-0) at the South Coast Conference championship. His best high jump was 6-2 in a tri-meet among Wareham, Old Rochester and Apponequet. His best 800 was 2:08.7 and 400 was 56.44. He finished 14th in the mile at the Sunset Invitational in 4:52.40 and was fourth in the high jump (5-10).

Max Szteliga, Dartmouth, Senior

Szteliga won the javelin at the Old Colony League championship with a toss of 134-7. He was ninth at the Division 2 meet with a throw of 142-3 and had his personal best of 151-6 in a dual meet. He was third in the shot put (33-11.5) at the OCL meet and had a season best of 38 feet. His best 100 was 12.54.

Jovahn Thomas, Wareham, Senior

Thomas placed second in the long jump with a personal-best leap of 20-3 and was third in the high jump (6-0) at the South Coast Conference championship. He was ninth in the high jump at the Division 4 meet with a 5-10. He will attend CCRI for basketball with aspirations of playing at a D1 mid major.

HONORABLE MENTION

Zach Pannagio, Apponequet, Senior; Andrew Peterson, Apponequet, Sophomore; Aiden Downey, Bishop Stang, Junior; Owen Murray, Bishop Stang, Senior; Peter Boukheir, Dartmouth, Senior; Mac Lynch, Dartmouth, Junior; Connor Moniz, Dartmouth, Junior; Ben Rioux, Dartmouth, Sophomore; Dominique Ibraham, Fairhaven, Junior; Avery Harp, GNB Voc-Tech, Sophomore; Baron Hilton, New Bedford, Sophomore; Shady Hassanine, New Bedford, Senior; Edgar Semedo, New Bedford, Junior; Anthony Childs, Old Rochester, Sophomore.