Coach: Dean Hall, 38th year

Conference/Class: MVC/Class C

Last year’s results: Boys: MVC champions, second at Class C states; Girls: second at MVCs, fifth at Class C states

Returning athletes: Boys: Seniors — Henry Adams (sprints/jumps), Jake Angelico (pole vault), Austin Bedford (pole vault/sprints), Brett Carter (distance), Jordan Cole (distance), Shawn Grover (sprints/jumps), Nick Harriman (distance), Nick Huston (middle distance), Jon Melnick (pole vault/sprints), Brock Vachon (throws); Juniors — Kurtis Bolton (pole vault/jumps), Garrett Caton (sprints/jumps), Silas Crosby (distance), Jacob Fusaro (jumps/hurdles), Reece Martin-Morong (throws), Mike Schlotterbeck (racewalk/distance), Kyle Laroche (middle distance); Sophomores — Joe Fusaro (jumps/hurdles), Dylan George (sprints/hurdles), Bradley Harriman (hurdles/throws), Morgan Perron (sprints), Jonah Sautter (throws), Ethan Vachon (sprints), Tony Whittemore (jumps); Girls: Seniors — Hannah Berube (jumps), Abby Gamache (racewalk/distance), Charlotte Mooney (racewalk/jumps), Bree Sautter (middle distance); Juniors — Chase Collier (hurdles), Ciera Miller (throws); Sophomores — Emily Brewer (throws), Sydney Douglas (distance/racewalk), Anna Wiley (throws/hurdles), Mellissa Wood (throws), Emma Houle (sprints)

Key losses: Boys: Charles Adams, Christian Booker, Travis Caton, Andrew Golino, Nick Rogers, Max Poulin, Jeff Wiley, Draven Walker, Johnny Yim; Girls: Allie Bubar, Mia Durgin, Dakota Hern, Mikayla Yanez

Promising newcomers: Boys: Juniors — Bryant Hall, Mason Jefferies, Devin Libby; Sophomores: Glenn Hill, Nate Huntington, Dakota McIver; Freshmen — Caleb Berube, Henry Doyle, Alex Evertsen, Nolan Havlicek, Alan Lavoie, Dawson Martel, Camdan Poisson, Mark Robinson, David Schlotterbeck, Geoffrey Shambarger, Austin Smith, Seth Tapley, Isaiah Thompson; Girls: Juniors — Bree Daigle, Kaylie Le; Sophomores — Megan Curley, Zoe Feehan; Freshmen — Valarie Doucette, Lindsay Huston, Jordan Ott, Emma DiGregorio

Season outlook: The Lisbon boys will once again look to be the best team in the MVC, with a large and balanced lineup. The Lisbon girls have a lot of young performers who will try to get the Greyhounds to the top of the MVC. A new track facility at the school will be a boon for both teams.

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