A middle distance standout for Pentucket, Brett Repke came up big in the CAL Indoor Championships, placing fifth in the league in the 1,000-meter run with a time of 2:50.39. Repke also placed first in the 1,000 in Pentucket's meets against Triton and Saugus, and he holds the school record in the event as well. Repke also competed in the 1 mile from time to time, and he credited his cross-country coach Darrel Cox as one of the main factors in his development as an athlete.
James Stone came up huge for Amesbury in his senior season, going undefeated in the 1,000-meter run during the regular season before placing third in the league at the CAL Indoor Track Championships with a time of 2:43.15. Stone holds the school record in the event, and at the Division 5 State Championships he placed sixth in the state with a time of 2:41.69. Going forward, he's still undecided on his college plans, and he thanked coaches Ernie Bissaillon and Mike Farmer for everything they've done for him.
Mark Theberge had a performance he'll never forget at this year's CAL Indoor Championships, throwing the shot 43-10 to place second in the league, while setting both a new school record and a new personal best. He went on to compete at the Division 4 State Championship meet, where he placed 24th in the state with a throw of 41-3 1/4. Off the track, Theberge has a GPA of 3.0, and he looks up to assistant coach Graham Eaton.