The Pentucket senior averaged 10.1 points per game this past year and was instrumental in the Sachems’ run to the state tournament at the end of the season. Chory also came up huge in Pentucket’s opening round tournament game against Bedford, scoring 17 points while making four three-pointers. Chory said the highlight of his season was seeing teammate Will Sullivan dunk in a game against Ipswich, and after graduating this spring, he said he plans on pursuing an engineering degree in college, though he’s still undecided as to where he will go.
Jack Fortin averaged 14.6 points and 5.5 rebounds per game this past season, highlighted by a 27-point explosion in the team’s second-to-last game of the season against Swampscott. After the season, he was honored as a CAL All-Star and as the team’s Unsung Hero. Fortin maintains a GPA of 3.12 and after graduating in the spring, he said he plans to go to college in the fall. He credits coach Tom Comeau as a mentor.
One of the most formidable big men in the Cape Ann League, Dillon Guthro just barely missed averaging a double-double for the season with 9.9 points and 10.6 rebounds per game. Guthro was also a prolific shot-blocker, though the team didn’t keep records of exactly how many he had. His biggest game came against North Reading on Jan. 31, when he scored 23 points, grabbed 18 rebounds and grabbed 5 steals. At season’s end, he earned CAL All-League honors and was named the team’s MVP. Guthro is also a football star, he was named Daily News Player of the Year this past season and will play Division I football at Bryant University in the fall.