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March 26, 2014

2013-14 Salem News Boys Indoor Track All-Stars

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MATT MAHONEY

Swampscott Senior

Mile/Two Mile

Undefeated during the NEC season … Northeastern Conference 2-mile champ in 9:47.29 … Captain won Division 4 states in 9:20.44, and All-States in even quicker time with personal best 9:17.02 … Broke Swampscott indoor two mile record … Finished 13th in the country at the New Balance Nationals in Big Blue record breaking time with personal best 9:13.64 … Salem News cross country Runner of Year … Ranked 3rd in class and going to Brown to run cross country and track … Says coaches Jeff Bartlett and Joe Tenney constantly motivated and worked with him to achieve goals.

CHARLIE MAISTRELLIS

Bishop Fenwick Senior

Dash/300/Long Jump

Captain from Peabody broke school record in both the 55 meter dash and 300 … Tri-County League champ and all-star was undefeated in 300 and 55 … Division 5 state meet winner in 300 (36.51) and 5th in 55 (6.84) … Anchored 4x400 relay team that was 3rd at Division 5 and 17th at All-State … Carries 3.3 GPA and going to play football and run spring track at St. Lawrence University.

DANIEL RAPHAEL

Masconomet Junior

600/Relay

Anchored school record breaking 4x400 relay team (3:30.4) … Captain-elect from Boxford had personal best 600 meter of 1:24.89 … 2nd at CAL Open in 1:27.27 … 6th at Division 2 states with best time of season … 4x400 relay team won CAL, 4th at Division 2 states … Has 4.6 GPA and plans to major in architecture, play soccer, and may run track in college … Says last year’s senior leaders on track team including Alex Gikas, Mario Caserta, and Jake Moorman had biggest influence on him.

NOLAN RICE

Masconomet Senior

High Jump

Won Cape Ann League Open high jump (6-feet) … 5th at Division 2 state meet (6-feet) … Personal best jump of is 6-feet-2-inches … Lost only once in CAL meets … Captain for spring track … Plans to spend gap year with Americore before deciding on college … Biggest influence on his track career was Masco high jumper Brian Dierze, who was two years ahead of him.

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