Editor’s note: Justin Forde is competing in indoor track for the first time this season. We were not aware of his intention to compete when this list was compiled. His outdoor performances make him worthy of inclusion on this list. We did not remove anyone from the existing Top 25.
Miller Anderson, Hall, Sr.: In the 1,000, Anderson finished 10th in New England (2:36.01) and placed 1st at the State Open (2:31.79) and in Class L (2:37.61).
Michael Browning, RHAM, Sr.: Won the shot put at the State Open (53-3.25) and in Class M (56-7.75) and was 4th at the New England meet (53-8).
Trey Cormier, Hall, Sr.: Won the 1,600 and 3,200 in Class LL and was 6th in the 3,200 at the New England meet.
Robert Dillon, Shelton, Sr.: Was 6th in the 3,200 (9:26.24) at the State Open and 14th at the New England meet (9:42.03).
Chet Ellis, Staples, Sr.: Won the high jump in Class LL (6-4), was 2nd at the State Open (6-6) and 3rd at the New England meet (6-5).
Justin Forde, McMahon, Sr.: Forde is only one of a handful of high jumpers in Connecticut high school history to clear 7 feet in the high jump when he did it during the last outdoor track and field season at the Middletown Invitational. At the State Open championships he was second in the high jump (6-4) and won the triple jump (49-6.5). He is committed to the University of Miami.
Malcolm Going, Danbury, Sr.: Won the 600 at the New England meet (1:20.38), at the State Open (1:20.40) and in Class LL (1:22.97).
Ja’Kwan Hale, Derby, Sr.: Placed 4th at the New England meet in the high jump (6-5), placed 1st at the State Open (6-8, school record) and won in Class S (6-7). Was also the NVL champion (6-0).
Kymali Hay, University, Jr.: In the 300, Hay was the State Open (35.52) and Class S champ (36.05) and placed 8th at the New England meet (35.62).
Joseph Hinckley, Stonington, Sr.: Hinckley is the defending Class M champion in the pole vault (12-6). He placed 14th at the State Open (12-0).
Keon Lawrence, Granby, Sr.: Placed 5th in the long jump at the State Open (20-11.5) and was 13th at the New England meet (20-6).
Travis Martin, Wilbur Cross, Sr.: Martin finished 6th in the 1,600 at the State Open (4:27.74) and was 12th at the New England meet (4:27.76).
Talib McBride, Hillhouse, Sr.: Was the SCC champ in the 600 (1:24.27) and finished 2nd in Class M (1:23.73).
Korey Morton, McMahon, Jr.: Placed 2nd in Class LL in the high jump (6-2) and was 2nd at the FCIAC meet (5-10).
Jaylon Nealy, Bloomfield, Sr.: Won the 55 in Class S (6.61), was 3rd at the CCC meet (6.68) and was 2nd in the 300 (36.36) in the CCC.
Mark Petrosky, Bristol Central, Jr.: Petrosky placed 2nd in Class L in the 1,600 (4:31.90) and was 14th at the State Open (4:35.47).
Christopher Pigatt, Hamden, Sr.: Was 2nd in Class LL in the 55 (6.59), was 3rd at the SCC meet (6.69) and ran leg of winning 4×200 relay (1:33.76) at SCCs.
Deshaune Poole, Hillhouse, Sr.: The State Open champ in the 55 hurdles (7.53). Poole placed 2nd in Class M (7.76) in that event. He won the 300 in Class M (35.86), was 4th at the State Open (35.76) and was 9th at the New England meet (35.79).
Jonathan Prell, Simsbury, Sr.: Was 9th in the shot put at the State Open (49-8.75) and 2nd in Class LL (48-4).
Andrew Rison, Glastonbury, Sr.: Rison is the defending Class LL champion in the 300 (36.46). Placed 15th at the New England meet (36.62).
Peter Schulten, Xavier, Sr.: Finished 8th in the 1,600 at both the State Open and at the New England meet.
Joel Stewart, Enfield, Sr.: Stewart won the 55 in Class LL (6.54) and was 3rd at the State Open (6.56).
Pierre Sylvain, Xavier, Sr.: In the 600, Sylvain was 13th at the New England meet (1:24.53), 6th at the State Open (1:24.91) and 2nd in Class LL (1:24.62).
Connor Visnic, Amity, Sr.: Visnic was 2nd in Class L (9:39.18) and 8th at the State Open (9:34.09) in the 3,200.
Samuel Whitaker, East Lyme, Sr.: Was 2nd in the 1,600 (4:27.74) in Class M. Whitaker won the 1,600 and 3,200 at the ECC meet.
Edward Williams, Sacred Heart (Waterbury), Jr.: Won the 55 hurdles in Class S, was 2nd at the State Open and placed 5th at the New England meet.