07 Apr 19
HERALD ALL-SCHOLASTIC PREP SCHOOLS
Isaiah Castellucci (Landmark) – EIL WRESTLING
Katelyn Clarke (Pingree) – EIL GIRLS HOCKEY
Sam Colangelo (Lawrence Academy) – ISL BOYS HOCKEY
Lily Farden (Noble & Greenough) – ISL GIRLS HOCKEY
Eliana Fleischer (Berwick) – EIL GIRLS SWIMMING
Moses Flowers (Thayer) – ISL BOYS BASKETBALL
Dante Gutbrod (Middlesex) – ISL WRESTLING
Finn Halstead (Berwick) – EIL BOYS SWIMMING
Darby Jones (Bradford Christian) – GIL GIRLS BASKETBALL
Felix Kloman (Pingree) – EIL BOYS BASKETBALL
Tyler Kolek (St. George’s) – ISL BOYS BASKETBALL
Maria Lennon (Montrose) – IGC GIRLS BASKETBALL
Nirel Lougbo (Tabor) – ISL GIRLS BASKETBALL
Shyheim Odom (Beaver) – EIL BOYS BASKETBALL
Logan Plosker (Covenant Christian) – IGC GIRLS BASKETBALL
Colby Shea (Pingree) – EIL GIRLS BASKETBALL
David Szatkowski (Boston Trinity) – MBIL BOYS BASKETBALL
Philip Tresca (Rivers) – ISL BOYS HOCKEY
ISAIAH CASTELLUCCI, LANDMARK
The senior captain starred in the 160-pound weight class and was named the Eastern Independent League Most Oustanding Wrestler of the Year. Castellucci finished first in the EIL tournament for the third time and recorded two wins in a national tournament to finish 13th in the nation in his weight class. A two-time nationals qualifier, Castellucci wants to wrestle in college and major in cyber security.
KATELYN CLARKE, PINGREE
The junior left winger and captain turned in a tremendous season with a balanced offensive approach. Clarke totaled 36 points this season by tallying 19 goals and 17 assists. She went over the 100 career points plateau and currently has 119. She also is a standout field hockey player and will continue her field hockey career at the Division 1 level. Clarke enjoys photography, painting and drawing.
SAM COLANGELO, LAWRENCE ACADEMY
A dynamic threat for the Spartans, the Northeastern commit showcased his sensational talent this season. Colangelo helped the Spartans to a 20-win season by netting 19 goals to go along with 29 assists. For his efforts, he was named the Independent School League MVP. For his career, Colangelo has compiled 34 goals and 70 assists for 104 points.
LILY FARDEN, NOBLE & GREENOUGH
The Harvard-bound senior defenseman capped off an illustrious high school career as she was named the New England Prep School Athletic Conference Division 1 Player of the Year and the MVP of the Independent School League. She netted 30 goals and 70 assists for 100 career points. A Team USA U18 gold medalist, Farden was a three-time All-NEPSAC and All-ISL first team defenseman. Farden was named this year’s recipient of the John Carlton Memorial Trophy by the Boston Bruins.
ELIANA FLEISCHER, BERWICK ACADEMY
The senior captain continued to outpace the compeition as she was named the Eastern Independent League Swimmer of the Year. Fleischer earned EIL individual titles in the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly. A four-year varsity swimmer, Fleischer placed second in the 100 butterfly at the New England Prep School Athletic Conference championships.
MOSES FLOWERS, THAYER ACADEMY
The combo guard did it all in his final season with the Tigers. Flowers netted 25 points with eight rebounds a game to be named the Independent School League MVP. Flowers, who tallied more than 1,000 career points, also was named to the All New England Prep School Athletic Conference First Team. He will continue his basketball career at the University of Hartford.
DANTE GUTBROD, MIDDLESEX
No matter the weight class, the senior grappler excelled. Gutbrod put together an undefeated regular season and took home an Independent School League title for the fourth time in a fourth different weight class. A New England finalist and Prep National qualifier this season, Gutbrod finished his high school career with a 140-14 mark. He enjoys playing the piano and will continue his wrestling career at Williams College.
FINN HALSTEAD, BERWICK ACADEMY
The junior swimmer proved to be an integral factor once again in helping the Bulldogs claim a fifth straight Eastern Independent League title. Halstead was named not only the team’s MVP, but the EIL Swimmer of the Year this season. A varsity swimmer since seventh grade, Halstead is a captain-elect for the 2019-20 season.
DARBY JONES, BRADFORD CHRISTIAN
The 5-foot-11 senior point guard did it all to lead her team to a Girls Independent League title. Jones netted 24 points per game and also recorded 11 rebounds and six assists per game. She was named the GIL MVP and a New England Prep School Athletic Conference All-Star. She tallied a career-high 34 points in the GIL championship game.
FELIX KLOMAN, PINGREE
A standout on the hardwood, the 6-foot-5 junior combo continued to shine this season. Kloman poured in 21 points per game, but he wasn’t just a high-volume scorer as he totaled six rebounds and four assists per game, too. An honor roll student, Floman enjoys writing and listening to music. He plays AAU basketball for Metro Boston and has aspirations to play Division 1 college basketball.
TYLER KOLEK, ST. GEORGE’S
An all-around threat, the 6-foot-2 junior combo guard led the way for the Dragons. Kolek led the team in scoring by netting 18.4 points while also taking down 8.2 rebounds per game. Kolek proved to be an adept defensive player as he led the team in steals, while he was second on the team in 3-pointers made (50), steals and assists.
MARIA LENNON, MONTROSE
The junior guard played a pivotal role in the Mavericks’ run to an Independent Girls Conference championship. Lennon averaged 10 points and four steals this season to earn IGC Division 1 All-Star honors for the second time in her career. Her 14 points in the IGC title bout against Covenant Christian Academy were essential to the 44-39 hardware-clinching win.
NIREL LOUGBO, TABOR
The 5-foot-11 senior guard and multiyear captain displayed her immense talent that has her committed to continue her basketball career at Marquette University. For her efforts this season, she was named the Independent School League Player of the Year. She also earned MVP honors at the Nickerson Tournament. Lougbo is a four-time New England Prep School Athletic Conference Class A First Team All-Star.
SHYHEIM ODOM, BEAVER COUNTRY DAY
Only a freshman, the 6-foot-5 forward dazzled on the court for the Beavers. For his efforts, he was named the co-MVP of the Eastern Independent League. Odom’s extremely high level of play already has paid dividends by getting him onto the U16 USA basketball team, where he averaged 17 points per game.
LOGAN PLOSKER, COVENANT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
Leading the way to an Independent Girls Conference title game appearance for the Cougars was their 5-foot-7 senior guard. Plosker averaged 21 points and five assists per game to claim IGC MVP honors for the second time in her career. A four-time New England Prep School Athletic Conference All-Star, Plosker finished her high school career with 1,500 points.
COLBY SHEA, PINGREE
The senior point guard started every game since her freshman season and continually produced. This season, Shea averaged 16.5 points, 11.5 rebounds, 5.7 assists and 5.6 steals per game. She was named the Eastern Independent League Player of the Year and a New England Prep School Athletic Conference Class B First Team All-Star. She is the all-time leading female scorer at Pingree with 1,886 career points and will play basketball next year at Tufts.
DAVID SZATKOWICZ, BOSTON TRINITY
The 6-foot-3 senior forward was a walking double-double that continually delivered. Szatkowicz netted 15.4 points and grabbed 16.4 rebounds to go along with 3.1 assists and 2.4 blocks per game this season. For his efforts he was named the Massachusetts Bay Independent League MVP and an All-New England Prep School Athletic Conference Class-D All-Star.
PHILIP TRESCA, RIVERS
The junior center and Yale commit showed off his playmaking by taking home Independent School League Eberhart MVP honors. This season, Tresca notched 50 points by scoring 17 goals and dishing out 33 assists. He led the way to an ISL Eberhart title and has produced 32 goals and 50 assists in his career. Tresca is a high honors student.
PREP SCHOOL ALL-STARS
EASTERN INDEPENDENT LEAGUE
Shyheim Odom, Vondre Chase, Anthony Morales (Beaver Country Day); Harrison Latimer, Jake Spaulding, Felix Kloman (Pingree); Xahn Frater (Berwick); Jonathan Guerrier (Lexington Christian Academy); Shane Hoey (Portsmouth Abbey); Patrick Sullivan (Landmark); Steven Xu (Concord Academy)
MVP: Shyheim Odom, Felix Kloman
Colby Shea, Madison Mandalinci (Pingree); Maddie Burt (Portsmouth Abbey); Michaela Stanfield, Aleksaundra Handrinos (Winsor); Gina Lombard, Maria Ollivierre, Mikayla Paquette (Beaver Country Day); Brooke Krivickas, Cara Andreotti (Lexington Christian Academy); Kelley Baglio (Bancroft); Summer Ryan (Newton Country Day)
MVP: Colby Shea
Katelyn Clarke, Addy Fenton, Callie MacLaughlin (Pingree); Brittany Foster, Maria Gaughan, Sidney Foster (Berwick); Elizabeth Anderson (Newton Country Day); Isabel Fourier, Riley Carter (Portsmouth Abbey); Amanda Fogarty, Cori Miller (Winsor)
MVP: Katelyn Clarke
Owen Richardson, Nichols Lamy, Alex Fitzgerald, Douglas Browning, Tyler Bosma, Shea Green, Alex Bovier, Finn Halstead (Berwick)
MVP: Finn Halstead
Madeline Green, Sarah Lummus, Eliana Fleischer, Samantha Wright (Berwick); Caroline Bae, Julie Wilson, Fiona Dunn, Lettie Cabot, Ava Leeman McLaughlin (Winsor)
MVP: Eliana Fleischer
Adam Cummings, James Keegan Jiganti (Concord Academy); Will Cohen (Beaver Country Day); Benjamin Grayzel, Benjamin Jorgensen-Duffy, Joseph Henry, Ryan Firenze (Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall); Andrew Moody (Lexington Christian Academy); John Simpson, Josiah Castellucci, Isaiah Castellucci (Landmark); Antony Ramirez, Matt Spear, Owen Brine (Portsmouth Abbey)
MVP: Isaiah Castellucci
Darby Jones, Cecelia Shannon, Claudia Lebron, Isabel Papanicolaou (Bradford Christian Academy); Jehanne Fitzsimmons (Waldorf); Cayla Jean-Louis, Grace O’Sullivan (Woodward); Kaleigh Stone, Camila Ceja, Julianna Davis (CATS Academy); Shayla Rochette, Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Marie Philip); Alexis Puthussery, Lizzi Zhang, Allie Burdi (Boston University Academy); Caroline Kuenzi, Maya Tait, Doriane Robasson (International School of Boston)
MVP: Darby Jones
Maria Lennon, Kaleigh Robinson, Faith Chen (Montrose); Logan Plosker, Rilee Smith (Covenant Christian Academy); Deena Karger, Danielle Yahalom (Gann); Sophia Gomez, Marianne Alagos (Brimmer and May); Maddie Kark (Landmark)
MVP: Logan Plosker, Maria Lennon
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL LEAGUE
Sam Thomson, Tyler Whitney-Sidney (Brooks); Joe Pridgen (Governor’s); Robbie Stankard (Groton); Davonte Sweatman (Lawrence); Rhett Carter, Dan Schlakman, Casey Simmons (Milton); Ben McPherron (Nobles); Cam Tongue (Rivers); Myles Davis, Charlie Weitzel (Roxbury Latin); Tyler Kolek (St. George’s); Ben Kaczmarek (St. Sebastian’s); Cam Farris, Connor Peterson. CJ Redd (Tabor); Moses Flowers (Thayer)
MVP: Tyler Kolek, Moses Flowers
Nicole Gallagher, Alexandra Giannaros, Nirel Lougbo, Kylie Swider (Tabor); Fiona Finn , Maren Durant, Victoria Varsamis (Rivers); Sydney Jones, Kayla Lezama (Nobles); Brittany Raphino (Thayer); Nicolette Arnold, Ashley Evans (Lawrence); Kaitliyn O’Connell , Kathryn White (Governor’s); Leiya Stuart (St. George’s); Sharon Pongnon (BB&N); Rachel McMenemy, Caroline Messina (Groton); Brooke Cordes (Brooks); Ava Limonciello (St. Mark’s)
MVP: Nirel Lougbo
EBERHART: Tony Andreozzi, Philip Tresca, Matt Cormier, Mike McEachern, Cade Webber (Rivers); Trey Whitehead, Will Torriani, Drew Burke, Thomas Dempsey (Groton); Tucker Hartmann, Danny Ciccarello, Nolan Moore, Ian Moore (St. Mark’s); Michael Hughes, Colin Volishin, Spencer Pierce, Mitch Nenninger (Brooks); Jack Luca, Kevin Demore (Roxbury Latin); Michael Dimascolo, B. Jenkinson (St. George’s); Alex Rivet, Joe Stanizzi (Middlesex); John Day (BB&N)
MVP: Philip Tresca
KELLER: Ian Graiff, Braden Doyle, Sam Colangelo, Connor Sweeney, Tyler Young (Lawrence Academy); Jayden Struble, Tommy Lyons, Liam Gorman, Jayden Struble, James Davenport (St. Sebastian’s); John Murray, Marc Smith, John Cronin, Casey Severo (Nobles); Connor Tobin, Morgan Winters, Tyler Harvey (Tabor); Mitchell McGinn, Owen Fowler (Governor’s); Andrew Holland, James Perullo, Ryan McGuire (Belmont Hill); Jake Flynn, Christian Hayes, Reilly Moran, Gavin Fitzpatrick (Thayer Academy); Emmet Powell, Quinton Fox (Milton Academy)
MVP: Sam Colangelo
Caroline Kukas, Quin Healy, Caroline O’Keefe, Caroline Cutter (Brooks); Molly Griffin, Maya Mangiafico, Mia Biotti (BB&N); Jamie Comeau (Lawrence); Julia Johnson (Milton); Lily Farden, Katie Pyne, Courtney Hyland. Rose O’Connor (Nobles); Kate Shaughnessy, Leslie Schwartz (Rivers); Madi Aumann, Peyton Mulhern (St. George’s); Bailey Horne (St. Mark’s); Anne Berry, Skyler Irving, Abby Newhook, Julia Shaunessy (Tabor); Lily Delaney (Groton); Julianna Gong (St. Mark’s); Madison McCaffery, Claire Weber (Thayer)
MVP: Lily Farden
Jimmy Harrington, Luca Pontone, Harrison Shapiro, Shane Rockett, Matthew Smith, Kailen Richards (Belmont Hill); Shaymus MacIntosh (Tabor); Kelvin Griffin (Brooks); Trevor Nugent (Governor’s Academy); Doevy Estimphile (Roxbury Latin); Micah Dwirantwi (St. Mark’s); Dante Gutbrod (Middlesex); Will Jarrell (BB&N); Mert Bayturk (Milton Academy)
MVP: Dante Gutbrod
DIV. 1: Daniel Metser, Yahm Rones, Matt Gluck (Gann); Jamar Jones, Hector Perez, David Szatkowicz (Boston Trinity); Nick Green, Connor Wickles (Cambridge School of Weston); Jordan Plosker, Pedro Tamierao (CCA); Cameron Smith (Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall)
MVP: David Szatkowski
DIV. 2: Cedric Joseph, Aly Guindo, Prince Odimegwu (Newman); Kyle Florio, Kacey Monahan (Marie Philip); Aaron Revoir, Nicket Mauskar (BU Academy); Leo Wen, Miles Munkacy (Brimmer and May); Nick Fomin (Commonwealth); Jamie Gabbay (Waring)
MVP: Cedric Joseph