Five individual athletes, relay team honored in Freedom division

Published in the February 26, 2016 edition.

WAKEFIELD — The Middlesex League boys’ indoor track coaches met recently to make this year’s all-star selections in both the Freedom and Liberty divisions.

For the Warriors, they had five individual athletes chosen and one relay team honored.

Senior Alec Rodgers and junior Ryan Sullivan were chosen in the mile.

Adam Roberto, a junior, was selected in the 1000 meter run and Rich Custodio, a senior, was honored in the two mile.

In the dash, senior Eric Chi was chosen.

Wakefield also had its 4×400 relay team named. The five runners in that event included freshman Brian Smith, senior Joe Boudreau, junior TJ Sellers and sophomore Matt Greatorex and junior Dan Summers.

M.L. Freedom division champion Burlington led the balloting with nine all-stars, while runner up Wakefield was next with six. Watertown had four all-stars named, while Melrose and Wilmington had three all-stars each.

Burlington also had the Freedom division MVP.






Freedom Division

Mile — Alec Rodgers, senior, Wakefield; Ryan Sullivan, junior, Wakefield

1000 — Adam Roberto, junior, Wakefield; Jeremy Breen, senior, Watertown; Amin Touri, senior, Watertown

600 — Ben Margalit, junior, Burlington; Griffin Barriss, junior, Melrose; Austin Lin, senior, Watertown

300 — Angel Vargas, senior, Burlington; Evan Sperlinga, senior, Wilmington; Alec Rollins, sophomore, Burlington

Two Mile — Rich Custodio, senior, Wakefield; Adam Cook, junior, Melrose; Rob Hanlon, senior, Melrose

Hurdles — Eddie Reis, junior, Burlington; Deven Langenfeld, senior, Wilmington

Dash — Eric Chi, senior, Wakefield; Chenet Guerrier, senior, Burlington; Mike Pavao, sophomore, Burlington

Shot Put — Matt Jankowski, senior, Burlington; Mike Pasciuto, senior, Burlington; Kyle Nelson, senior, Wilmington

High Jump — Eddie Reis, junior, Burlington; Amin Touri, senior, Watertown

Relay — Wakefield (Brian Smith, freshman; Joe Boudreau, senior; TJ Sellers, junior; Dan Summers, junior; Matt Greatorex, sophomore)

MVP — Eddie Reis, junior, Burlington