After stellar winter seasons two Watertown High School athletes made Boston area All-Scholastic teams, one in basketball and one in track.
Senior John Korte led Watertown to its third State Championship in March. The center finished with 1,337 points in his career with the Raiders and averaged 21 points and 10 rebounds a game. He was named to both the Boston Globe’s boys basketball All-Scholastic team and the Boston Herald’s All-Scholastic team.
Korte also was named the Most Valuable Player of the Middlesex League Freedom Division for the second straight year. He is an honor role student and plans to do a postgraduate year, during which he will play basketball, before heading to college.
Watertown junior track sprinter Mange Camara was named to the Globe’s boys track All-Scholastic team after winning the 300 meter at the Middlesex League meet and the MIAA Div. 5 meet. He also finishing third at the All-State Meet and second in the New England Championships. He set the school record this season, and broke it twice more, finishing with a personal best of 34.71.
His win in the 300 helped the Raiders finish third in the Div. 5 meet. Camara was named MVP of the Middlesex League and also competed at the New Balance Nationals in New York City.