Who's Going Where Next Year?

A few of our local high school standouts have committed to their future college destinations.

Newburyport High's Jack Carleo signed his National Letter of Intent this past week to Providence College where he'll join former Clipper all-stater and older brother Jack Carleo. The younger Carleo has enjoyed a stellar senior campaign. This past fall, he captured the Division 2 cross-country title and clocked a personal best of 4 minutes, 13.17 seconds for the mile during the indoor season.

Also making commitments this past week were Tewksbury's Lauren Polimeno and Worcester Tech's Adja Sackor, who will both attend Jacksonville University in Florida. Polimeno is a versatile runner with a specialty in the 400-meter hurdles. Last year she was fourth at the All State Meet where she was timed in a personal best of 1:04.88.  Sackor is a multiple state champion in the long and triple jumps. She captured her second straight crown in the long jump this past winter and earned All-American status at the New Balance Nationals where she placed sixth overall. 

More commitments:

Kyle Rendon of Dighton-Rehoboth' - Quinnipiac University

Marina MacKinnon of Marshfield High - College of the Holy Cross

Emma Jourdain of Lenox Memorial High - University of Maine

Shannon Meisberger of Lenox Memorial - Georgetown University

Kevin Wheelock of Melrose - Stonehill College

Sean Conlan of Melrose - Stonehill College

Who else will be extending their track & field and cross-country careers at a post-secondary institution? We want to know. Just send an email to Steve Mazzone at smazzone5@gmail.com.