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Sports Special

December 11, 2012

Masconomet Winter Sports Capsules 2012-13


Other key returnees: Maddie Goldstein, Sr., Distance; Kaleigh White, Jr., Sprints; Krista Moorman, Jr., Hurdles; Paige Pratt, Jr., Middle Distance; Lauren Drohosky, Soph., High Jump/Middle Distance.

It’ll be a great season if: “It will be contingent on our preparation, execution and commitment,” Weitzler said.


Last season: 16-8

Head coach: Todd Darling (1st year)

Team captains: Nick Rizza, Sr., 120 lbs.; Aaron Zackon, Sr., 138; Mike Bakanowsky, Sr., 195.

Other key returnees: Chase Jefferies (106), Ty Cameron (113), Kevin Gregorio (132), Derek Michaud (152) and Paul Arsenault (heavyweight).

It’ll be a great season if: “We’ll have a great season if the kids stay healthy, continue the same level of enthusiasm throughout the season that we saw the first week of practice and increase their expectations,” Darling said.


Last season: Boys: 10-2 (2nd at interscholastic meet); Girls: 6-4 (4th at interscholastic meet).

Head coach: Ryan Quinn (7th year)

Team captains: Boys: Jay Kraunelis, Cam Coleburn, Tim Dierze; Girls: Nichol Brown, Val Dorn, London Judge

Other key returnees: Marrgaret Maysek, Nathaniel Houston, Tyler Brown

It’ll be a great season if: Things come together. The ski season moves a little later than other winter sports, but the Chieftains are already doing dry land training and are hoping to be on the slopes in early January. Another solid showing at the interscholastic race in February.




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