A state champion all four years of his career, James Nutter was one of the most prolific athletes on the team, competing in the 600-meter run, the 1,000-meter run, the 4x400 relay and the 4x800 relay at various points in the year. More than that, he was one of the best in the league in each of those events too, placing third in the league in the 600 (1:27.37) while helping lead the 4x400 team to a second place finish (3:36.64) and the 4x800 team to third place (9:08.40). Nutter also placed seventh in the state in the 600 with a time of 1:28.28, and he ran the second leg of the 4x400 at All-States.
Though he didn't get to compete much towards the end of the season after falling ill, Chris Orlando was Newburyport's top performer in the 2 mile for most of the year, placing first in every dual meet he participated in. He was also a member of Newburyport's championship-winning distance medley relay team, running a 3:20 in the 1,200-meter leg of the race. His best time in the 2 mile came against Hamilton-Wenham, when he ran a 10:15, which would have been good for fourth in the league had he run at the CAL Indoor Track Championships. He was also Newburyport's recipient of the MIAA Sportsmanship award, and though his college plans aren't set in stone, he said his top college choice is Stonehill College.
Alec Reduker was sensational in his sophomore season, establishing new school records in the high jump and in the pentathlon while also ranking among the league leaders in the 55-meter hurdles. He placed 14th at the MSTCA Pentathlon with 2,902 points (a new school record) and was named Athlete of the Meet at the Freshman-Sophomore Meet. Reduker's most dramatic performance came at the Division 5 State Championships, where he cleared 6-4 in the high jump to place second in the state, setting a new school record in the process. He went on to place seventh at All-States, clearing 6-2.