In his first season of indoor track, Tom Graham had one of the best seasons in Newburyport High School history. Graham captured the school record in both the 600-meter run (1:23.62) and the 800-meter run (1:59.01), and capped off his season with an appearance at Nationals, where he placed 23rd in the country in the 800 and established the new school record. Graham also won the Cape Ann League championship in the 600 with a time of 1:24.82, beating his next closest competitor by three seconds, and went on to place second in the state in the 600 at the Division 5 State Championships, where he set the new school record. He also competed at All-States, where he ran a nearly identical time to place 11th in the event.
Jared Healey's senior season exactly the way as his freshman, sophomore and junior years, with a state championship. Healey was one of the team's top contributors as a sprinter, placing fourth in the league in the 55-meter dash with a time of 6.86 while anchoring the team's 4x400 relay, which placed 15th at All-States with a time of 3:33.28. Healey also placed fifth in the state in the 300-meter dash with a time of 37.17 at the Division 5 State Championships.
Ryan Kent was one of the Cape Ann League's top performers in the 600-meter run, placing fifth at the CAL Indoor Track Championships with a time of 1:29.24. Kent also performed well at the Division 4 State Championship meet, where he placed 14th in the state with a time of 1:28.66. Kent also participated in Triton's 4x400 relay team, and after he graduates next year, he hopes to pursue a degree in engineering.
Doug Masi had a strong junior season in the 55-meter dash for Amesbury, finishing the season by placing sixth in the league at the CAL Indoor Track Championships with a time of 7.00 seconds. Masi went on to compete in the event at the Division 5 State Championships, where he placed 16th in the state with a time of 6.97. This coming season Masi will be a team captain, and he said he looks up to coach Mike Farmer as an inspiration.