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Eleven area athletes earned high school indoor track All-State honors, announced yesterday at the indoor championships at Dartmouth College.

Concord’s Angel Feliz, George Feliz, Smita Boesch-Dining and Rebecca Massah earned the distinction in Division I, while Coe-Brown’s Elisabeth Danis, Jelasa Nelson, Hannah Parker, Alley Savioli and Jeremy Brassard, and Merrimack Valley’s Kristie Schoffield and Nancy Taban were honored in Division II.

Division I All-State


Michaela Blackwell, Pinkerton

Smita Boesch-Dining, Concord

Emma Bzik, Bedford

Johanna Celli, Bedford

Emma Checovich, Winnacunnet

Patty Driscoll, Londonderry

Danielle Gajewski, Timberlane

Jess Hackett, Dover

Rebecca Massah, Concord

Molly McCabe, Bishop Guertin

Gretchen McGrath, Londonderry

Shannon Murdock, Exeter

Yorgelis Ortiz, Londonderry

Ariel Vaillancourt, Pinkerton


William Goulding, Nashua North

Zakari Jenkins, Nashua North

Zach Cicio, Pinkerton

Nick Masella, Merrimack

Michael Pagan, Nashua North

Angel Feliz, Concord

George Feliz, Concord

Rob Flynn, Bedford

Connor Kwiecien, Pinkerton

Justin Carbone, Exeter

Phil Demers, Alvirne

Justin Trott, Winnacunnet

Starlin Ortiz, Londonderry

Duncan Holland, Nashua North

Division II All-State


Kayla Blair, Monadnock

Elisabeth Danis, Coe-Brown

Maegan Doody, Oyster River

Corinne Kennedy, Lebanon

Jelasa Nelson, Coe-Brown

Emma Newton, Hollis-Brookline

Hannah Parker, Coe-Brown

Gracie Ryan, Kennett

Alley Savioli, Coe-Brown

Kristie Schoffield, Merrimack Valley

Nancy Taban, Merrimack Valley

Kristen Tilley, Windham

Michele Tremblay, Goffstown

Moninique Twombley, Oyster River


Corey Barrett, Con-Val

Quentin Bazarnicki, Monadnock

Jeremy Brassard, Coe-Brown

John Cioffredi, Lebanon

Ben DeForest, Souhegan

Josh Fontaine, Lebanon

Malcolm Gocha, Plymouth

Peter Hamblett, Portsmouth

Will Merchant, Lebanon

Eli Moskowitz, Souhegan

Sean Munnelly, Campbell

Brian Reaney, Portsmouth

Nick Ritzo, Portsmouth

Craig Telfer, Lebanon


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Friday, January 24, 2014

HANOVER – There were minutes to go before the start of his signature race, but George Feliz wasn’t feeling the unshakable confidence one would assume from a defending champion. Instead, Feliz had a case of nerves on the biggest stage of the season. But Jen Rivers knew what to say to the best hurdler in the state during a rare …

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