Boys cross-country All-Scholastics

BOSTON HERALD BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY ALL-SCHOLASTICS
Madsen Anderson (West Bridgewater)
James Boyle (Concord-Carlisle)
Nicholas Brown (Hopkinton)
Samuel Burgess (Framingham)
Andrew Cabral (Seekonk)
Nicholas Calitri (Franklin)
Freddy Coleman (Methuen)
Caleb Deane (Brockton)
David Donahue (Wellesley)
Sebastian Gilligan (Masconomet)
Patrick Healey (Bishop Feehan)
Joeben Jacobs (Lowell)
James Johnson (Burlington)
Theo Kamperides (Whitman-Hanson)
Nathan Lopez (St. John’s Prep)
David Manfredi (Weymouth)
Kevin McBirney (East Bridgewater)
Kyler McNatt (Needham)
Finn Riley (Nauset)
Loeden Rodrigues (Marblehead)
Toby Sagar (Dover-Sherborn)
Kyle Sarney (Oliver Ames)
Adrian Seeger (Brookline)
Graham Stedfest (Triton)
Charlie Tuttle (St. John’s Prep)
BOSTON HERALD BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY
MADSEN ANDERSON, WEST BRIDGEWATER
The SEC champion, this junior was also a three-time MAC medalist. Anderson has been a multiple medalist at several state-level competitions since his freshman year. A three-sport athlete and an honor roll student, Anderson wants to run at the collegiate level and study exercise physiology. He enjoys reading, playing basketball and hiking in his free time.
JAMES BOYLE, CONCORD-CARLISLE
This senior captained Concord-Carlisle’s squad and captured the Dual County League title. Boyle was the DCL Runner of the Year and was the top junior finisher in the Div. 2 EMass race in 2019. Boyle also competes on the indoor and outdoor squads and will bring his talents to Colby College.
NICHOLAS BROWN, HOPKINTON
This 6 foot-2 senior was undefeated in league competition and named the league MVP. A former Hopkinton Rookie of the year in cross country, Brown paced the Hillers to an undefeated dual meet season and competes on the indoor and outdoor track teams. He is a member of the National Honor Society and enjoys history, cartography, hiking and biking. Brown plans to continue his athletic career in college.
SAMUEL BURGESS, FRAMINGHAM
The talented sophomore had a solid cross country campaign and earned Bay State Conference All-Star honors. Burgess finished seventh at the Kelley Invitational and came back to place a strong sixth in the MSTCA Cup. Burgess captured his age division at the 2019 Falmouth Road Race.
ANDREW CABRAL, SEEKONK
One of the most consistent distance runners in the state, the senior clocked a 15:42 over 5K at the USATF Youth Invitational at Mine Falls in Nashua, N.H. He broke Warrior great Johnny Gregorek’s school record for the Warriors home course. Cabral is a three-time winner of the Frank Mooney Male Runner of the Year for Seekonk and a three-time South Coast Conference All-Star.
NICHOLAS CALITRI, FRANKLIN
Calitri was a huge part of Franklin’s undefeated dual meet seasons in the Hockomock League over the past four years. He clocked a 16:07 in the 5K to take second at the league meet, was ninth in the Div. 1 All-State race in 2019 and is a three-season athlete. A stellar miler, Calitri clocked a 4:21.02 as a sophomore and was a solid sixth at nationals.
FREDDY COLEMAN, METHUEN
This hard-running junior captured six dual-meet victories and took second in one other. Coleman was a 2020 All-American at the AAU Cross Country National Championship and was the 2019 sophomore winner at the Coaches Invitational. An honor roll student, Coleman owns personal bests of 1:56 for 800 meters, 4:27 in the mile and 9:53 over 2 miles. His hobbies include watching college and pro football and basketball, as well as hiking.
CALEB DEANE, BROCKTON
This senior talent was undefeated in dual meets and was named a Southeast Conference All-Star. A three-year Boxer team captain, he was a two-time conference all-star. Deane competes in both indoor and outdoor track and also enjoys skateboarding and watching the NBA. He plans to attend a four-year college and study physical therapy.
DAVID DONAHUE, WELLESLEY
Donahue raced to a 15:38 personal best over 5K at the MSTCA Cup. This senior dominated the Bay State Conference by going undefeated in dual meets and capturing the BSC title. Donahue also runs indoor and outdoor track. His hobbies include skiing, sailing, climbing, playing the saxophone and piano. Donahue is undecided on where he will attend college, but he plans to compete in cross country and track.
SEBASTIAN GILLIGAN, MASCONOMET
One of the best harriers on the north shore, Gilligan captained Masconomet’s squad this fall. The senior was fourth at the Frank Kelley Invitational and took third at the Frank Mooney Invitational. Gilligan broke the school record on the home Bradley Palmer State Park layout with a 15:48 for 5K. Gilligan has run 4:29 in the mile and 9:44 in the 2-mile and is also the class vice president.
PATRICK HEALEY, BISHOP FEEHAN
This junior owns the Bishop Feehan course record at the Highland Park Cross Country Course at 16:28. Healey clocked a 4:33 mile at the Reggie Lewis Center last winter and has a personal best of 9:49 in the 2-mile. The high honors student is a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. A three-season runner, he wants to major in chemistry and pre-med in college.
JOEBEN JACOBS, LOWELL
The pandemic didn’t stop Jacobs from putting together a solid season as he picked up his third consecutive team MVP award. He finished in the top 10 at the MSTCA Cup in Attleboro and rounded out a fourth consecutive year as a varsity harrier. Jacobs was the Merrimack Valley Conference Runner of the Year in 2019 and led Lowell to another undefeated campaign this fall.
JAMES JOHNSON, BURLINGTON
The senior was undefeated in Middlesex League competition and captured his second league MVP. Johnson runs indoor track and has been an honor roll student since his freshman year. He enjoys hiking and has competed in the Bay State Games and AAU competitions.
THEO KAMPERIDES, WHITMAN-HANSON
This senior is one of the top runners on the south shore and captured his second Patriot League MVP. A member of the National Honor Society, Kamperides also likes to cook. He plans to pursue a nursing career after college.
NATHAN LOPEZ, ST. JOHN’S PREP
Lopez will be someone to watch in the coming years as the sophomore finished fifth at the Frank Kelley Invitational and second at the Frank Mooney meet. He also came away with a bronze medal finish at the MSTCA Cup. Lopez was the National Junior Olympic champion as a freshman. An honor roll student, he enjoys playing video games, fishing and hiking.
DAVID MANFREDI, WEYMOUTH
Just a sophomore, Manfredi was dominant on the south shore for the Wildcats. He was undefeated in dual meet competition and finished in the top 25 of the MSTCA Cup. Manfredi captured freshman titles at the Frank Kelley Invitational and the prestigious Brown Invitational. Manfredi runs both indoor and outdoor track and enjoys mountain biking, playing the piano and playing hockey.
KEVIN McBIRNEY, EAST BRIDGEWATER
The senior captain was voted the South Shore League MVP after going undefeated in league competition and capturing the league title. McBirney plays basketball and runs spring track at East Bridgewater. McBirney hopes to run in college and credits legendary East Bridgewater coach George McCabe for getting him involved in running.
KYLER MCNATT, NEEDHAM
McNatt broke the school record on his home course with a 15:55 for 5K. He ran to an eighth-place finish in 16:14 at the MSTCA Cup and was third in the Bay State Conference championship race. Tough in the big meets, McNatt captured the freshman race at the Amherst Invitational. A member of the National Honor Society, this junior enjoys reading, hiking, biking, cross country skiing and researching running shoes.
FINN RILEY, NAUSET
This senior had a strong fall campaign as he captured the Cape & Islands title and was name the league MVP. He clocked a 16:30 for 5K this season. A three-time Cape & Islands League All-Star, he is also a two-time team MVP. Riley is a high honors student with a 3.6 GPA. He received the Business & Technology Department Underclass Core Value Award. Riley enjoys following pro sports and American politics.
LOEDEN RODRIGUES, MARBLEHEAD
The senior was money in the big meets as he captured wins in the Frank Mooney Invitational, Frank Kelley Invitational and MSTCA Cup. Last year he was third in the Div. 2 All-State championship race. A high honors student. Rodrigues competes on both the indoor and outdoor track teams and will run at UMass.
TOBY SAGAR, DOVER-SHERBORN
This talented junior took nearly two minutes off his time from a year ago to run the fifth-fastest time on his home course. A Tri-Valley League All-Star, he also picked up the MVP award and is an indoor track all-star. Sagar enjoys playing soccer, video games, finding new music to listen to and hanging out with friends. Sagar is looking to drop his track times and compete at a Div. 1 or 2 college.
KYLE SARNEY, OLIVER AMES
The Hockomock League champion and MVP, this senior blazed a 15:37 for 5K to capture the title after going undefeated in dual meet competition. Sarney placed third at the Frank Kelley Invitational and raced to fourth in the MSTCA Cup. He has a personal best of 9:27 in the 2-mile. An honors student, Sarney earned the DECA International Award of Excellence and will major in biology at Northeastern University.
ADRIAN SEEGER, BROOKLINE
Seeger took nearly a minute off his personal best over 5K with a 15:54. This senior captured dual meet wins against Needham, Newton North and Natick in the Bay State Conference. A BSC All-Star, Seeger was 22nd in the Frank Mooney Invitational and surged to a sixth-place finish at the MSTCA Cup. A National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, Seeger is a member of the National Honor Society.
GRAHAM STEDFEST, TRITON
This senior was a Cape Ann League All-Star and MVP after a strong 2019 campaign. Stedfest also runs for the Riverside Elite Track Club. He is an honor roll student and enjoys fishing and playing the guitar. Stedfest will run cross country and track at UMass-Lowell.
CHARLIE TUTTLE, ST. JOHN’S PREP
This junior talent paced the Eagles to a win at the MSTCA Cup with a ninth-place finish. Tuttle ran to a solid 12th-place showing at the Frank Mooney Invitational and sprinted to finish 13th at the Frank Kelley Invitational. A member Latin Honor Society, Tuttle is also a high honors student. He competes on the indoor and outdoor track teams and enjoys surfing, photography, skiing and hiking.
 
LEAGUE ALL-STARS
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
CAREY: Adrian Seeger, Greg Auditore, Alex Petersen (Brookline); Nick Melisi, Peter Briggs, Ben Feldman (Natick); Kyler McNatt, Thomas Flanagan, Michael Cullen (Needham); Tyler Tubman (Newton North); Drew Donahue, Eddie Trenk (Wellesley)
MVP: Drew Donahue
HERGET: John Carew, Donovan Murray, Alec Carew, Stephen Affanato (Milton); Sam Alosi, Scott Cameron, Henry Morris, Kieran Stover (Walpole); David Manfredi, Kenny Glavin, Nick Olivera (Weymouth)
MVP: David Manfredi
CAPE AND ISLANDS
ATLANTIC: Jaxson Merril, Jeremy Bullock, Charlie Ewald, Connor Brewster (Barnstable); Kevin Arseneaux, Tanner Agurkis, Nick Teranova (Dennis-Yarmouth); Henry Gartner (Falmouth); Finn Riley, Ben Calsson, Jeremiah Pranga, Will Crowell (Nauset); Max Sullivan (Sandwich)
MVP: Finn Riley
LIGHTHOUSE: Hunter Kadra (Cape Cod Academy); Tarun Gonneea, Henry Quan (Falmouth Academy); Ryder Robbins, Gareth Vos, James Machnik (Monomoy); Teddy Zisserson, Alex Garron (Rising Tide); Mickey Gladu, Miles Anglund, Jonathan Dion (Riverview); Richie Marchand (St. John Paul); Sean Parrent, Declan Shinnick, Shane Stanghellini (Sturgis East); Jack Gamble (Sturgis West)
MVP: Ryder Robbins, Jack Gamble
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
BAKER: Xavier Roy, Alex Pucillo (Amesbury); Mike Cahill, Mason Behl (Georgetown); Harrison Panjawni, Eli Labell (Hamilton-Wenham); Finn Russell, Jonah Orroth (Ipswich); Will Kenney, Cormac Edgerton (Manchester-Essex)
RUNNER OF THE YEAR: Will Kenney
KINNEY: Mike Madden, John McKrell (Lynnfield); Peter King, Sam Walker (Newburyport); Aidan Nadeau, Jack Murphy (North Reading); Colin Costa, Matt Zylinski (Pentucket); Graham Stedfast, Griffin White (Triton)
RUNNER OF THE YEAR: Graham Stedfast
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
NORTH: Christopher Blake, Trevor Coughlin, DJ Bresette, Steven Galatis, Marcel Joe, Dominick McDonough (Austin Prep); Wyatt Burr, Matthew Cinelli, Matthew Gerdenich (Bishop Fenwick); Anthony D’Itria, Kyle Kwiatek, Jesse Moriello (St. Mary’s)
SOUTH: Colin Hingston, Gianvito Montillo, Sam Rossini (Archbishop Williams); Alex Almeida, Jack Bernier, Casey Gorhan, Pat Healey, Andrew Kubaska, Ryan Nealon, Lincoln Schneider (Bishop Feehan); Andrew Caldera, Daniel Sullivan, Andrew Weaver (Bishop Stang); Jack Cicconi (St. Joseph Prep)
CATHOLIC CONFERENCE
Gemsly Cajuste, Joe Chase, Stephen Crowley, Aidan Kirby, Miles Kirby (BC High); Christopher Sullivan (Catholic Memorial); Neil Harrington (Malden Catholic); Nathan Lopez, George Nikolakopoulos, Graham MacDonald, Charlie Tuttle (St. John’s Prep); Tommy Robinson, Connor Gothorpe, Jackson Harris (St. John’s Shrewsbury); Thomas Skerry, Kevin Harding, Danny Jutras (Xaverian)
COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Sean O’Keefe, Will Witkos, Braden Boucher (Lowell Catholic); Ryan Plowman, Albert Ferreras, Brendan Quealy (Greater Lowell); Anthony Iannolfo, Griffin Adams (Essex Tech); Alex Smith, Paul Tower (Shawsheen); Mason St. Pierre (Nashoba Tech); Connor Cavanaugh (Mystic Valley); Jack Benoit (Innovation Charter)
MVP: Sean O’Keefe
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
Will Liu, Anuj Sirsikar, Caleb Straayer (Acton-Boxboro); Joe Jackson, Thomas White (Boston Latin); James Boyle, Harrison Dow , Joachim Laurent, Nico Martinelli, Josh Pixley (Concord-Carlisle); Chris Gould, Eben Lowenstein, Alexander Rice (Cambridge); Turner Goetsch, Maxwell Stayton (Lincoln-Sudbury); Eero Helenius, Owen Holland, Will Lavey, Yehonatan Mileguir, Brett Miller, Jonathan Orelowitz (Newton South); Connor Fitzgerald, Justin Ottesen (Westford Academy); Brendan Wilder (Waltham); Dylan Bonanno, Liam Duffy (Wayland); Gillon Lim (Weston)
RUNNER OF THE YEAR: James Boyle
HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE
KELLEY-REX: Nicholas Calitri, Griff Sieczkiewicz, Declan Walmsley (Franklin); Nathan Seybert, Lee Casstevens, Neil Bowie (Attleboro); Jovan Joseph (King Philip); James Comisky (Milford); Nolan Tavares, Tyler Cali (Taunton)
MVP: Nicholas Calitri
DAVENPORT: Kyle Sarney, Alex Ramirez, Owen McMorrow, Nate Reservitz, Ryan Sarney (Oliver Ames); Jack MacLaughlin (North Attleboro); Jordan Saks, Mark Starovoytov, Nathanial Traut (Sharon); Kyle Downing (Canton)
MVP: Kyle Sarney
MIDDLESEX LEAGUE
FREEDOM: James Johnson, Rithikh Prakash, Richard Cromwell, Patrick Gray (Burlington); Sean Riley (Wilmington); Matthew Fox, Will Dugan (Melrose); Thomas Dowd, Ajay Haridasse, Jonathan D’Ambrosio, Colin Rudy, Leith Jones, Ben Stratton (Wakefield); Sean Overlan (Stoneham)
MVP: James Johnson
LIBERTY: Justin Eastman, Jameson Sparks, Adam Boyle (Arlington); Evan Edler (Winchester); Andrew Benassi, Ben Wallace, Robert Squires (Reading); Graham Bracken, Nate Croke, Evan Eberle (Lexington); Andrew Vecchia, Kevin Nett, Christian Vallerand (Woburn); Trevor Smith (Belmont)
PATRIOT LEAGUE
FISHER: Pat Clarke, Sylan Brilliant, Luke VanScoy, Niko Duarte, Nick Ahern, Matt Clayton (Plymouth South); Keilan Doyle, Quinn Gannon (Scituate); Robert Cannon, Vinh Tran, Matt Francoeur (Quincy/North Quincy); Carter Zielinski (Hanover)
MVP: Pat Clarke
KEENAN: Theo Kamperides, Liam Cafferty, Chris MacDonald, Nathan Tassey, Gordon Johnson (Whitman-Hanson); Joe Chalifoux (Duxbury); Will Buckley, Cole Giuliani (Plymouth North); Jay Joyce, Drew Pesko, Quin McGlame (Marshfield); Kevin Ierardi, Sean McKay, Steve McDougall (Hingham)
MVP: Theo Kamperides
SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE
Nick Longo, Jack Wilczewski, Chris Turner, John Morrissey, James Peterson (Bridgewater-Raynham); Caleb Deane, Nicholas O’Connell, Mamadu Tchamo, Aaron Corlette, Isaac Miller (Brockton); Kevin Kiser, Elaijah Monteiro, Samuel Shrestha (Dartmouth); Joshua Comstock, Brady Lavoie (Durfee); Carl Debrito (New Bedford); Madsen Anderson, Nathan Razza (West Bridgewater)
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
Kevin McBirney, Matt Sebastyn (East Bridgewater); Mike Neitlich, Adam Montross, Dylon Fartudo, Noah DeGrazin, Noah Miles (Middleboro); Joe Carroll, Ben Ford, Jimmy Grech (Cohasset); Kameron Christ (Rockland); Josiah Osuji (Randolph); Aiden Ryan, Dan Bondarenko (Abington); Kyle Anderson, Graham White, Tim Curtin, Thomas Corbett, Connor Reidy (Norwell); Luke Holden (Carver); Nick Uzzo (East Bridgewater)
MVP: Kevin McBirney, Kyle Anderson, Joe Carroll
TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE
POD 1: Brandon Hutchins, Nathan Giordano (Holliston); Nick Brown, Matthew Burdulis, Jake Lacoche, Wyatt Ruf, Craig Salois (Hopkinton); Ethan Sewall (Medway); Paul Wisnaskas, Kevin Mahoney, Gabe Dennett, Derek Bamford (Norton); Chris Moriarity (Ashland)
MVP: Nick Brown
POD 2: Colton McCain, Mitchell White, Jonathan McCain (Millis); Noah Guarini, Toby Sagar, Owen Comiskey, Ryan Britt (Dover-Sherborn); Dylan Hamway, Dylan O’Brien (Norwood); Colin Benson, Andrew Barrette (Medfield); Michael Bligh, Marcus Kelly (Westwood)
MVP: Toby Sagar

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