By STEPHEN MARTELLUCCI
LYNNFIELD — Lynnfield High girls’ track and field head coach Christine Smith gave out six awards at the team’s recently held banquet.
Seniors Kelsey Hodsdon and co-captain Julia Seelig, each received the Coaches Award.
Lilly Rocco took home the Rookie of the Year Award while senior, Maggie Davidson, captured the Best All-Around Athlete Award.
Senior co-captain Jasmine Rose was the team’s Academic Award winner.
Riley Hallahan was named the team’s MVP. The senior co-captain was also named the schools Athlete of the Year as the Cape Ann League All-Star broke the school record in the shot put.
Along with, Hallahan, Rose, Seelig, Davidson and Hodsdon, the team will also lose seniors Kaleigh Weeks, Morgan DeGrazia and Daniela Rosa.
“I loved this senior class,” stated Smith, who just completed her seventh season at the helm. “They were great kids and leaders.”
In the regular season, as a team, Lynnfield ended up at 2-5 overall as they finished in second place behind Ipswich in the Cape Ann League Baker Division.
“We had a great year,” said Smith. “We have a very tough league, where we are one of the smallest schools, and we finished 12th out of 67 teams in the Division 5 State Meet.”
Smith is expecting to have over 30 girls back for next spring.
“We have some good talent coming back, although, the seniors we are losing will be tough,” she said.