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Phil Allessi (PJ)
Graduated from North Attleboro in 1995
Graduated from my alma mater – The University of Connecticut
During his five years at UC they won a Big East Title and was runner-up twice. The Huskies also grabbed five indoor New England Championships.
PJ cleared 6’10 in the high jump and leaped 22’6 in the long jump.
Phil also trained for pentathlon which gives him a depth of knowledge helpful as assistant track coach at Franklin High School.
His honors include:

Espinosa, Jerry

Graduated from North Attleboro in 1980
Attended Umass Amherst
Competed in a variety of events including:
400M – 49.8
4X400M split (49.0)
400M Hurdles (55.0) and placed 7th in New England
800M – 1:57
4 X 800M relay leg (1:56)
100M ID – (2:38) a New England record for pentathletes
Pentathlon (3300 points) – sixth place finish in New England
High Jump (6’4)
Long Jump (21’3”)
Jerry was a multi-purpose athlete who would compete many events in one meet. He is currently employed as a New England regional supervisor for Bally’s Total Fitness. Jerry has teamed with the Massachusett’s State Track Coaches Association to sponsor meets and clinics. He also finds time to help out both the boys’ and girls’ teams coaching jumps and hurdles.

Feid, Jason

1991 graduate of North Attleboro
Attended Plymouth State College.
Jason founded the track team at Plymouth State, origonally as a club sport. He filled roles of both athlete and coach; his teams showing success over all four years. Jason continued to improve in the same events he starred in at North Attleboro. In the 110 Hurdles he sped to 15.3 while improving his open 100M time to 11.2. In the javelin he upped his then high school record of 191’11 to a huge 212’3”. Jason spent many years as director of the recreation department’s spring track team and is currently the indoor girls’ head track coach and outdoor boys’ head track coach.

Liberatore (Johnson, Lynn)

1991 graduate of North Attleboro
Married NA graduate Steven Johnson
Attended the College of the Holy Cross
Captain of cross country at HC
Competed all four years in XC, indoor track and spring track
Outdoor PR’s include (3K-10:15) (5K-17:28) (10K-35-55 = Patriot League Record)
Lynn was the first female recipient of the Crusader of the Year Award (given to the best senior athlete)
Patriot League scholar athlete in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track
1AA All American senior year
Lynn continues to run for the GBTC and has broken 3 hours in the marathon. She is a physical therapist treating many of NA’s top athletes. Lynn also was an honored speaker at the Fisher-Kelly Banquet