14 Jul 19
JOHN BALDWIN, ST. GEORGE’S: GOLF
The Independent School League Golfer of the Year, the junior posted an 11-2-1 record and placed second in the Kingman Tournament, shooting a one-over-par 71. A two-time team MVP, Baldwin has a career mark of 30-7-3. An honor roll student, Baldwin’s long term goals are to play college golf.
JOEY BARRETT, ROXBURY LATIN: TENNIS
The premier singles and doubles team on his team, the junior was named the MVP of the Independent School League after going 17-0 in singles. A three-time all-ISL performer, Barrett has a career mark of 52-2. The Roxbury Latin Model UN President, Barrett plans on playing college tennis.
CAROLINE CHAMPA, BRIMMER AND MAY: TENNIS
The junior was named MVP of the Independent Girls Conference as she played a large part in guiding her team to an undefeated season. A two-time team and league MVP, Champa was 10-2 on the season. A high honors student, Champa is the co-editor-in-chief for the school newspaper in the upcoming year.
ALENA COX, NEWTON COUNTRY DAY: SOFTBALL
The senior pitcher was immense on the hill, going 8-1 with a 2.64 ERA and 57 strikeouts in 55 innings. The MVP of the Eastern Independent League, Cox also batted .552 with two home runs and 15 RBI. A member of the National Honor Society, Cox will attend North Carolina State where she will major in animal science with a concentration in veterinary bio-science.
DMITRI DEMLER, BU ACADEMY: TENNIS
The sophomore co-captain earned MVP honors in the Mass. Bay Independent League after leading in wins. Formerly ranked 14th in the 12-and-under age group by USTA New England, Demler is a high honors student with an interest in computer science. He also played basketball for BU Academy, helping them win the MBIL title.
GREGORY DESROSIERS, BELMONT HILL: TRACK
A two-sport All-Scholastic, the junior showed his prowess in track, earning ISL MVP honors. He was the league champion in both the 110-hurdles (15.25) as well as 300-hurdles (40.06), while taking a second in the nationals in the decathlon (6,537 points). A football standout, Desrosiers has already received college offers in both sports.
SOPHIE DIOP, WINSOR: TENNIS
The freshman made her presence felt immediately, going undefeated at first singles en route to earning MVP honors in the Eastern Independent League. Her stellar play helped Winsor post a 9-2 record and an EIL team title. She will be a force to be reckoned with in the EIL over the next three years.
OWEN DROMETER, THAYER ACADEMY: TRACK
The senior leaves Thayer as the record-holder in the 800 and 1,500 as well as part of 4×400 relay. A three-time Independent School League MVP, Drometer has been an league all-star in each of his four seniors on the team. A high honor roll student, Drometer will run track at Davidson College.
KONRAD ELLIS, WARING: LACROSSE
One of the premier middies in the Mass. Bay Independent League, the senior earned league MVP honors after scoring 14 goals and adding 11 assists in leading his team to a fourth straight league title. Ellis concluded his career with 31 goals and 21 assists for 52 points. He plans on playing lacrosse at Clark University.
PETER EVANGELISTA, PINGREE: TRACK
The boys’ track MVP for the Eastern Independent League, Evangelista was the league champion in the 110-hurdles (16.45), 300-hurdles (43.57) and 200 (23.63), while running as part of a winning 4×100 relay (45.42). The senior’s career total of 204.08 ranks second in school history, He plans to walk on at Connecticut College.
WILL FRISOLI, ST. SEBASTIAN’S: LACROSSE
The Indepedent School League Player of the Year, the senior defender/longstick midfielder was a force for the Arrows. He scored eight goals and caused 21 turnovers in leading his team to their second league title in three years. A member of the National Honor Society, Frisoli will play his college lacrosse at Duke University in the fall.
MATTHEW GLUCK, GANN ACADEMY: BASEBALL
The senior catcher batted .310 and earned MVP honors in the Mass. Bay Independent League after leading his team to an 11-3 record and the league title. A two-time MBIL All-Star, Gluck ended his career with a stellar .385 batting average. Gluck will attend Dartmouth College in the fall.
ANNIE IRWIN, MONTROSE: LACROSSE
One of the best lacrosse players in school history, the senior center ended her career by scoring 41 goals and adding 15 assists. A two-time Independent Girls Conference MVP, Irwin ended her career by scoring 151 goals and adding 58 assists in just 52 games. A three-sport captain and member of the National Honor Society, Irwin will play soccer at Assumption College in the fall.
ERIN JAYNE, PINGREE: LACROSSE
The senior attack was named the MVP of the Eastern Independent League afyer scoring 84 goals and adding 56 assists for 140 points. For her last two seasons, Jayne finished with 152 goals and 109 assists for 261 points. A team captain, in addition to her team MVP award, Jayne was also the recipient of the Standout Award.
KAITLIN KOLB, WINSOR: TRACK
A dominant presence in the Eastern Independent League, Kolb was named the league MVP for the fourth straight season. She was the league champion in the 100-hurdles and 300-hurdles, while taking a second in the long jump and 4×100 relay. Kolb was the recipient of the Winsor Track and Field Cup, given to the athlete who has made the greatest contribution to the team.
GRANT LATIMER, PINGREE: LACROSSE
The senior defender was named the Player of the Year in the Eastern Independent League after leading his team to a 19-2 season. A three-time All-EIL performer, Latimer excelled in football as he was part of a Pingree team which played in a NEPSAC Bowl game. Latimer will play his college lacrosse at Providence College in the fall.
JAKE McOSKER, BELMONT HILL: BASEBALL
The senior lefthanded pitcher allowed just two earned runs in 44 1/3 innings in leading Belmont Hill to a 15-6 record. The Player of the Year in the Eastern Independent League, McOsker boasts an impressive 0.93 ERA with a 15-4 record. An honor roll student and a member of the New England Ruffnecks, McOsker will play his college baseball at Holy Cross.
TOMMY McSPARREN, PORTSMOUTH ABBEY: BASEBALL
The Player of the Year in the Eastern Independent League, the senior posted a 7-2 record with an 1.88 ERA. In 52 innings pitched, McSparren fanned 35. He also batted .371 with two home runs and 15 RBI in 20 games. McSparren was a three-sport athlete at Portsmouth Abbey and captained both the basketball and baseball team.
SAMIRAH MOODY, RIVERS: TRACK
The sophomore sensation captured the Independent School League title in the 100, 200 and long jump, setting records in all three. Moody then went on and captured the New England title in the 100 and 200. Moody also plays soccer in the fall. A high honors student, Moody is involved in several school-based actitivies.
MAKAYLA MURDOCK, CHAPEL HILL CHAUNCY HALL: SOFTBALL
The junior was a force on the mound and at the plate as she was named the softball MVP for the Independent Girls Conference. Murdock went 12-0 and pitched a no-hitter, while batting .550 on the season. An honor roll student all three trimesters, Murdock also plays volleyball and basketball. Her longterm goals are to attend medical school or become a nurse.
AMANDA OFULUE, MILTON ACADEMY: TRACK
The senior set an Independent School League record in the shot put and captured titles in both the shot put and discus. The MVP of the ISL, Ofulue was the NEPSTA Division 1 champion in both the shot put and the discus. A three-time ISL MVP for field events, Ofulue will continue her track career at Brown University in the fall.
ROWAN PARK, BB&N: SOFTBALL
The softball MVP in the Independent School League, Park struck out 123 batters in 93 innings, ending with a 1.80 ERA in leading her team to a 17-1 mark. The junior standout also batted .560 with four home runs, 22 RBI and a slugging percentage of 1.080. A four-time ISL All-Star, Park competes for the Concord Raiders 18U in the offseason.
ALEXANDER SHIGUETA, BEAVER COUNTRY DAY: TENNIS
The junior was undefeated at first singles during the regular season and was named the boys tennis MVP in the Eastern Independent League. A three-time EIL All-Star, Shigueta has a career mark of 30-6. A high honors student, Shigueta plays varsity golf for Beaver Country Day.
RIYA SINGH, MILTON ACADEMY: TENNIS
The freshman was named the MVP of the Indepedent School League after going undefeated in both singles and doubles. Ranked No. 1 in both 12-and-under and 14-and-under, Singh is currently competing in the 16-and-under age group. Singh is taking honor classes at Milton Academy and is actively involved in several school activities.
SOPHIE STUDENT, ST. MARK’S: LACROSSE
The junior midfielder scored 61 goals and added 21 assists for 82 points on her way to being named the girls lacrosse MVP for the Independent School League. Student also had 102 draw controls, 28 caused turnovers and 23 ground balls. For her career, Student has 128 goals and 63 assists and 240 draw controls. A high honors student in each term, Student has verbally committed to play her college lacrosse at Virginia Tech.
EASTERN INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
Carlo Mannina (Bancroft); Ronan McCarthy (Beaver CD); Spencer Aubin, Brady Desjardins, John Luchsinger (Berwick); Nate Badger, Auden Gall (Concord Academy); George Athanasiadis, Stephen Bangs (Landmark); Peter Nichols, Cooper McGrath, Jake Spaulding (Pingree); Dan Teravainen, Peter Parella, Tommy McSparren (Portsmouth Abbey)
MVP: Tommy McSparren
Grant Latimer, Tucker Spencer, Chris DeBlasio, John Crehan, Brendan Driscoll (Pingree); Nick Solomon, Dan Neill, Chris Franco, Tommy Murphy (Portsmouth Abbey); Ben Slama, Ben Joslin, Paddy Condon (Berwick); Aidan Berg, Cole Flewelling Allen (Beaver CD); Sam Marquis, Max Boyle (Concord Academy); Will O’Brien (Landmark)
MVP: Grant Latimer
Bebe Stockwell (Beaver Country Day); Alexa Amorosino, Julia Ryan, Eva Shin, Serena Pollard (Winsor); Erin Jayne, Mackenzie Vasque, Julia Lucey, Kendall Traveis, Caroline Kagan (Pingree); Caroline Breslin, Amelie Brown, Elizabeth Knight, Lauren Merullo (Dana Hall); Johanna Matthews, Jane March, Sara Glynn (Newton Country Day); Cam Holley, Rory O’Neill, Ella Stookey (Portsmouth Abbey); Rayne Zimmermann, Brittany Foster, Tiffany Foster, Abby Reed (Berwick); Lara Caradimitropoulo, Claire Nagahiro (Concord Academy)
MVP: Erin Jayne
Jenna Husson, Andrea Marguerite (Bancroft); Andrea Caradonna (Berwick); Ali Frambes, Caira Mathieu, Callaway Sheedy (Dana Hall); Katrina Schell (Lexington Christian); Alena Cox, Serena Cahalane, Lauren Reenstierna (Newton Country Day); Shannon Conte, Maddie Massicotte (Pingree); Riley Carter, Nicole Huyer (Portsmouth Abbey); Eve Lesburg, Rani Balakrishna, Amanda Fogarty, Louisa Gennari (Winsor)
MVP: Alena Cox
Alex Shigueta, Brett Siegel, Tommy Hicks, Max Sclar, Josh Feldman (Beaver Country Day); Chris Mellen, Jay Kellogg, Ashwin Ramanathan, Sam Timms (Pingree); Nuo Wen Lei, David Korn, Quinn Meyerson, Arthur Donohue (Concord Academy)
MVP: Alex Shigueta
Katherine Silacci, Sarah Fleming, Catherine Curry (Pingree); Lily Gray, Jaime Lee, Julia Herman, Lucy Frost (Concord Academy); Kaya Dorogi, Erin Cosar (Bancroft); Julia Dubuque (Newton Country Day); Laila Fahmy (Portsmouth Abbey); Vietta Kunzt, Casey Seidner (Dana Hall); Sophia Blyth, Sophie Diop (Winsor)
MVP: Sophie Diop
Zach Manuel, Bryan Marinelli, Kyle Collins, Peter Evangelista (Pingree); Quinn Demain, Sa, Knight, Luca Miranda, August Reid, Ryan Shea, Samuel Lagan (Landmark); David Appleton, Jason Lim, Connor McGeehan (Portsmouth Abbey); Justin Kim, Edward Myers-Rafferty, Nick Spoor (Concord Academy)
MVP: Peter Evangelista
Katelyn Clarke, Elizabeth Zelten, Jackie Elward, Erica Dowd, Eshani Baez (Pingree); Abigail Jackson, Margot Appleton (Portsmouth Abbey); Clare Quinn, Kaitlin Kolb, India Glenn, Anjali Palepu (Winsor); Kiki Finn (Landmark); Adele Baughan, Audrey Lin, Kiran Bhat, Sara Goldstein, Anna Brown (Concord Academy)
MVP: Kaitlin Kolb
INDEPENDENT GIRLS CONFERENCE
DIV. 1: Annie Irwin, Julia McKenzie, Colleen Casey, Mary McManmon, Catherine Bettinelli (Montrose); Elizabeth Patrick, Elle Zymba, Chloe Hupin, Georgia Siegfried (Waring); Sophia Gomez, Rebecca Calhoun, Hannah Ahearn (Brimmer); Deena Karger, Alana Berman (Gann)
MVP: Annie Irwin
DIV. 2: Eleanor Brown, Chloe Booker (BTA); Emma Sullivan (CSW); Kate Colvin (CHCH); Anika Jenkins (Landmark); Fiona Duggan (Newman School)
Kathleen Curry, Makayla Murdock, Leila Cavero, Meg Rainis (CHCH); Anna DeCotis, Kelly Russell, Sydney DiGulio (CCA); Molly Rockett, Emma Verrengia (BTA); Rachael Frisch, Yakira Galler (Gann); Veronica Salvaggio (Montrose); Claire Masterson (Brimmer)
MVP: Makayla Murdock (CHCH)
Donna Colombo, Marianne Alagos, Caroline Champa (Brimmer); Sara Cooper, Sascha Deng (CSW); Yasmine Robinson (BTA); Gabby Hyman (Gann); Emily Dirico (Landmark)
MVP: Caroline Champa (Brimmer)
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL LEAGUE
Jake McCosker, Jaylen Bailey, Ben Reyes, Evan Sleight (Belmont Hill); John Fritz (Brooks); John Day (BB&N); Aidan Cann (Governor’s Academy); Bennett Smith, Luke Beckstein, Josh Nam (Groton); Max Meier, Jordan Khonikesn (Lawrence Academy); Kyle Wolff, Cole Cleary (Middlesex); Ryan Cervone (Milton Academy); Jack Schwartz, Cole Koeppel, John Grady (Noble & Greenough); Cade Webber, Connor Ojerholm (Rivers); Will Greer, Ben Rounds, Joey Ryan (Roxbury Latin); Wyatt Scotti, Ethan Student (St. Mark’s); Connor Bertsch, Matt Joyce, Tim Noone, sr. (St. Sebastian’s); Jake Cady (Tabor); Colin Plante, Jack Thorbahn, Harry Mackinlay (Thayer Academy)
MVP: Jake McCosker
Nick Li (Brooks); Bobby Manion, Conner Willett, John Broderick (Belmont Hill); Iris Wang (Middlesex); Nikhil Pande (Milton Academy); Vikram Konanki, Jason Temel (Noble & Greenough); Tommy Kantaros (Rivers); John Baldwin (St. George’s); Andrew Michienzi, Andrew Giachetto (St. Sebastian’s); Matt Weber (Thayer Academy)
MVP: John Baldwin
Cam Rubin, Brodie Rayment, Blake Brookes (Belmont Hill); Judge Murphy, Michael Hughes (Brooks); Jack Wood, CJ Baroni, Shane O’Leary, Luke Moriarty (Governor’s Academy); Ronan Doherty, Pat Ryan (Groton); Connor Sweeney (Lawrence Academy); Zack Goorno, Cole Nye, Harry Friedman (Middlesex); Matt Rebuck (Milton Academy); Will Zink, John Dixon (Noble & Greenough); Tony Andreozzi, Johnny Kantaros (Rivers); Charlie Weitzel, Deven Varney (Roxbury Latin); Mike Swirbalus, Brian Piatelli, Declan Maguire, Jack Rideout, John Farley, Will Frisoli, Peter Blake, Mac Fotiades (St. Sebastian’s)
MVP: Will Frisoli
Amanda Monahan, Isabela Miller, Madeline Delaney (Brooks); Cassie Reinertson, Lilla Reinertson (Governor’s); Lyndsey Toce, Grace Mumford (Groton); Clarissa Hurley (Middlesex); Amy Shohet, Eliza Dunn (Milton Academy); Becca Gill, Susan Rowley, Aislinn McCarthy (Nobles); Nathalie Ahn, Annabelle Hasselbeck, Mallory Hasselbeck (Rivers); Bailey Horne, Alicia Souliotis, Sophie Student, Lauren Tolve (St. Mark’s); Margaret Adams, Katherine Hauck, Lauren Marandett (Tabor); Dylan Amonte, Devin Fitzpatrick, Emily English (Thayer Academy)
MVP: Sophie Student
Rowan Park, Mia Biotti, Halley Douglas (BB&N); Jenn Mills, Caroline Kukas (Brooks); Lily Armstrong, Erin Hanlon (Governor’s); Celia Vinacco, Mia Gage (Lawrence); Mary Thompson (Milton); Addu Sewack, Calli Bianchi (Rivers); Riley Jahnle, Mei-Mei Arms, Juliann Gong (St. Mark’s); Annie Berry (Tabor)
MVP: Rowan Park
Alex Hayre-Perez (BB&): Matt Kandel, Gabreil Scholl (Groton); Sidney Smith, Paul Zhou (Middlesex); Jae Lee, George Rose (Milton Academy); Joey Barrett, Walker Oberg. Brendan Jimenez (Roxbury Latin); Owen Shugrue (Tabor); Rithik Alluri (Noble & Greenough)
MVP: Joey Barrett
Abby Zerby (Brooks); Mallika Chari (Governor’s Academy); Elizabeth Girian (Groton); Riya Singh, Tamsin Connerly (Milton Academy); Jess Bronwell, Ally Yi, Nicole Weinstein (Noble & Greenough); Hannah Buckhout, Jacqueline Lee (Rivers); Emma Simon, Lowell Fenstermacher (St. Mark’s)
MVP: Riya Singh
Michael Piazza, Justin O’Neil-Riley, Adil Kassim, Greg Desrosiers, Isaiah Gomes (Belmont Hill); Zak Zinter, Tyler Martin (BB&N); Anyolo Makatiani (Middlesex); Stephen Irving, Paul Ehret, Galen Lewis, Pedro Mateo (Milton Academy); Myles Epstein (Rivers); Milan Rosen (Roxbury Latin); Owen Drometer, Thomas Gaffey, Moise Flowers, Michael Marshall (Thayer Academy)
MVP: Owen Drometer, Greg Desrosiers
Meredith McDermott, Peyton Rollins, Mia Bawendi, Mathieu Layla (BB&N); Cianna O’Flaherty, Amanda Ofulue (Milton Academy); Kali Long (Noble & Greenough); Samirah Moody, Addy Vettel (Rivers); Ally Deegan, Chloe Clifford, Eden Donnellan, Judith Walker, Annabelle Doherty. Gabby Grattan, Kendal Rland (Thayer Academy)
MVP: Samirah Moody, Amanda Ofulue
MASSACHUSETTS BAY INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
Matt Gluck, Isaac Altman-Sagan, Yahm Rones, Eamon Sinclair (Gann); Josiah Perkins, Ben Mills, David Szatkowski (Boston Trinity Academy; Gabe Bryan, Paxton Wong (Brimmer and May); Josh Hyams, Kyle Vieira (Cambridge School of Weston/ Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall)
MVP: Matt Gluck
Will Stromberg, Gareth Buhl, Ben Weedon, Konrad Ellis (Waring); Steven Ramsden, Cole Morad. Miles Munkacy (Brimmer); Noah Cusack-Margolis, Evan Tall, Jonah Schwartz (Gann); Dylan Gomes, Michal Veth (Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall); William Echols (Boston Trinity Academy)
MVP: Konrad Ellis
Eric Kruglas, Eli Goldstein, Jared Lipsey (Gann); Dmitri Demler, Jacob Cohen (BU Academy); Olivier Khorasani (Brimmer and May); Surya Rajamani (Cambridge School of Weston); Jo Tran (Boston Trinity Academy); Luc Piacentini (Newman)
MVP: Dmitri Demler, Olivier Khorasani