05 Apr 19
Herald All-Scholastic Girls indoor track
GRACE CONNOLLY, NATICK
The Bay State Conference co-MVP finished fifth at the Indoor Nationals in the 2-mile. The Div. 2 state champion in the mile and 1,000 meters has a personal best of 10:18.73 in the 2-mile. The three-time Gatorade Cross Country Runner of the Year and a member of the National Honor Society, Connolly plans to run both cross country and track at Stanford in the fall.
CAMMY GARABIAN, SEEKONK
The two-time Mass. All-State champ and two-time New England champ set a personal record of 48 feet, 2 inches in the shot put to set an All-State record and a Div. 5 meet record. The senior also played football and was a captain and a starter on the offensive line. A member of the National Honor Society, Garabian will compete in track at Harvard in the fall.
ABIGAIL GERDES, NATICK
The two-time Bay State Conference All-Star set a school record in the 55-meter dash with a 7.18, which also was the Bay State meet record. The senior finished second at All-States and fourth in New Englands. The 2018 Div. 2 state champion in the 55-meter dash, Gerdes also was the leading scorer on her soccer team (25 goals, six assists). She will be majoring in chemistry and public health while playing soccer and running track at Johns Hopkins in the fall.
LAUREN GRELA, URSULINE
The senior finished second in the Div. 5 championship an in All-States, and ran a personal best time of 10:43.81 in the 2-mile this season. She also runs cross country and outdoor track. A member of the National Honor Society, Grela has committed to run track and cross country for Columbia.
LUCY JENKS, NEWTON SOUTH
The two-time Div. 1 state champion in the mile ran a personal-best 4:45.93 this season. Jenks also set a personal record of 1:35.20 in the 600 meters. The Dual County League All Star and champion in the mile also plays soccer. The high honor roll student is not sure about her future plans.
JADA JOHNSON, SHARON
The Hockomock League MVP won the All-State title in the long jump. She is the New England long jump outdoor champion and also holds the state record in the outdoor pentathlon. The Gold and Silver Key Scholastic recipient wants to continue her track and field career at a Div. 1 college after she graduates next year.
ANNA JORDAHL-HENRY, WELLESLEY
The senior set a personal record of 39.33 in the 300 meters as she won the All-State and Div. 2 (39.96) championships in the event. She also won the Div. 2 and All-State in the high jump (5 feet, 8 inches). Jordahl-Henry is a record holder in the indoor New Englands 4×400 relay.
JAYLA KITCHINGS, HAVERHILL
The all-Merrimack Valley Conference selection and team MVP finished as a Div. 1 state champion (8.41) and All-State champion in the 55-meter hurdles (8.43). Kitchings took a second in the 55-meter hurdles at the New Englands. The senior set a personal record of 8.36 in the event this season. She is undecided about her future plans
ELISE O’LEARY, MILTON
The five-time All-American in both indoor and outdoor track is a two-time state champion in the 1,000 meters as she ran a personal-best 2:57 this season. The senior set a school record with a 2:53 as she won the 1,000 at the All-State meet. O’Leary set a personal record of 1:34.5 in the 600 meters at the Bay State Conference meet. She will run track for UConn in the fall.
MAKAYLA PAIGE, TEWKSBURY
The sophomore won the 600 meters with a 1:32.33 at the Div. 3 championship. She is an All-State champion and owns the All-State and New Englands records in the 600 meters. Paige also runs cross country and outdoor track and was the 800-meter state champion last season.
STEPHANIE SIMON, CHELSEA
The CAC MVP set a personal best in the long jump this season (18 feet, 10 inches). The Division 2 long jump champion went undefeated during the regular season and was the runner-up in All-States and third place at New Englands. The junior also finished first at Emerging Elite Nationals.
AVA VASILE, MEDWAY
The two-time Tri-Valley League MVP and three-time TVL All-Star took second in the Div. 3 300-meter dash with a 40.71. The senior was the state indoor pentathlon champion with 3,236 points. She holds 10 individual and three relay records for the Mustangs. The two-time all-Tri-Valley League lacrosse player plans to play Div. 1 lacrosse at Vermont in the fall while majoring in exercise science with a nutrition minor.
4×200 relay, LOWELL
The foursome of seniors Jordan Lamarre and Kimesha Lewis, sophomore Elizabeth Tighe and freshman Casey Mitchell made history by winning the school’s first-ever All-State relay title with a time of 1:44.46. The team also set a school record earlier in the season in 1:43.98. Lamarre will be attending UMass in the fall and Lewis will be going to AIC. Tighe is a three-sport athlete who earned all-MVC honors in field hockey, while Mitchell competes in soccer and lacrosse.
4×400 relay, WELLESLEY
The unit consisting of seniors Anna Jordahl-Henry and Charlotte Freniere as well as juniors Zoe Gieger and Abby Comella won both the Div. 2 state title (4:00.16) and the All-State meet (3:57.25) this season. They set the meet record at indoor New Englands with a 3:53.27 in 2018. Freniere will be attending Colby College in the fall. Comella was the All-State runner-up in the 600 meters, while Gieger took fourth in the 300 at the Div. 2 championships.
4×800 relay, BOSTON LATIN
The team of senior Julie Tassinari, junior Annie Jackson, sophomore Lucy Abdow and freshman Sophie Ahearn won the Div. 1 (9:35.19) and All-State (9:22.84) as well taking a second in the New Englands. Tassinari is a member of the National Honor Society and will attend Harvard in the fall. Jackson took a second in the 1,000 in the Div. 1 meet, while Abdow placed 11th in the Div. 1 cross country meet. Ahearn also competed in cross country in the fall.
GIRLS TRACK ALL-STARS
ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE
FIRST TEAM ALL-LEAGUE: Christina Alcoaro, Jenny Brown, Ashley Brennan, Sofiea LoVuolo, Ruth Penny, Kylie Norelus (Marshfield); Tiana Bazie, Carly Coughlin, Olivia Sullivan, Emily Edwards, Angelina Rivera (Dennis-Yarmouth); Abigail Farrell, Isabella Nobili (Nauset); Abby Chorches (Falmouth)
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Shallen James (Braintree); Jamie Chamberlain, Sarah Schlosberg, Vivian McMahon (Brookline); Grace Poku (Framingham); Jayda Dillon, Ava Duggan, Elise O’Leary (Milton); Kassidy Gallagher, Grace Connolly, Nicole Frail, Abigail Gerdes, Katherine Connolly, Gabriella Pagnini (Natick); Charlotte Kouroriez, Tessa Bostwick, Ava Waters (Newton North); Mikayla Francois, Caroline McGrath, Erin Regan, Mia Costa (Walpole); Abby Comella, Maggie Donahue, Julia Jordahl-Henry, Anna Jordahl-Henry, Avery Mohan, Rachel Ip, Zoe Gieger (Wellesley); Moye Aboli (Weymouth)
MVP: Grace Connolly, Anna Jordahl-Henry
Barbara Cunha-Silva (Durfee); Sarah Fernandes, Kennedy Johnson, Tyresha Downs, Raina Grace (New Bedford); Marlice Fernandes, Nilsa DeSousa, Denesha Lafontant, Maisha Moniz, Olivia Rateau, Tamia Chatman, McKenzi Manigault, Telma Takang, Sienne Rocha, Sarah Bullock, Julieth Nwosu (Brockton)
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Michelle Bonilla (Brighton); Stephanie Faiella, Madison Parnell, Sabrina Ruiz, Nasja Taylor (East Boston); Ana Pereira, Lia Van der Linde (Latin Academy); Danisha Garcia (New Mission); Mianci Charles, Grace Colon, Katherine Keating, Theresa Piard (O’Bryant); Worknesh Bekele, Sarah Lawton (Snowden)
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
Madi Krohto, Phoebe Rubio, 4×200 relay, Lindsey Fevry, Clara Dore, Syeira Campbell (Pentucket); Caroline Schissel, 4×200 relay, 4×400 relay, Chelsea Lynch (Amesbury); Lindsay MacLellan, 4×200 relay, 4×800 relay, Kerry O’Brien, Megan Lawlor, Katelyn Gorgenyi (North Reading); Gweneth Fitzpatrick (Hamilton-Wenham); Olivia Sousa, Julia Tribastone, Lindsey Palermino, Lindsey Roberts, 4×400 relay, Lucy Gagnon (Newburyport); Sarah Harrington, 4×800 relay, Morgan Monroe, Allie Hawkes, Julia Beauvais (Triton); Colby Filosa, 4×400 relay, (Ipswich); Ryenne Feeney, Morgan Glynn (Masconomet); Eve Feuerbach, 4×800 relay, Mia Cromwell (Manchester-Essex)
FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Madi Krohto, Chelsea Lynch
EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Sophia Arruda, Amni Austin, Elizabeth Borah, Madison Breckner, Phoebe Dodge, Kelsee Gladu, Kaylee Gladu, Olivia Kelly, Erica Larkin, Cara Martin, Amelia Mignacca, Caitlin Neary, Teresa Poidomani, Laura Smith, Lilly Stevens (Bishop Feehan); Amber Lattuca, Amy Lynn Gueye, Chloe Katz (Bishop Stang)
Sydney Sutton, Kerry O’Connor, Sarah Flanagan (Milford); Olivia Dias, Nia Mainer-Smith, Morgan Zakrzewski, Kerla Sylvestre, Victoria Gravel, Maggie Sullivan (Taunton); Celine Ibrahim, Vanessa Ibrahim, Samantha Hawkins, Julia Mechlinski, Lily Wetherbee, Cate Hanewich, Tess Collins (North Attleboro); Julia Fenerty, Samantha Powderly, Sydney Hawkins, Julia DiGiacomo, Bella Pierre (Franklin); Bronwyn Mahoney (Canton); Lexi Quinn (Foxboro); Abigail Dunne (King Philip); Amanda Mangano, Grace Fernandez, Margaret Riley, Tessa Lancaster (Mansfield); Gabby McLaughlin (Oliver Ames); Elizabeth Lee, Jada Johnson (Sharon)
MVP: Jada Johnson
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
Ashley Kendrigian, Ava Trapp, Delia Barbanti, Grace Dunn, Jodi Parrott, Julia Sargeant, Julianna Kennedy, Kassie Brink (Andover); Deidra Anderson, Hannah Doherty, Nicole Anderson, Sam Maffeo (Billerica); Katharine Duren (Central Catholic); Kayla Kitchings (Haverhill); Casey Mitchell, Deborah Zahui Gboignon, Jordan Lamarre, Kimesha Lewis, Lizzie Tighe, Slap Mirambeaux (Lowell); Sara Fragione (Methuen); Abby Mastromonaco, Ainsley Dion, Aisling Callahan, Courtney Dalke, Katherine Sullivan, Kelcey Dion, Sarah Lavery, Trinity Tapper (North Andover); Makayla Paige (Tewksbury)
ALL-CONFERENCE: Augusta Burhans (Winchester); Emma Garrity (Wilmington); Julia Hovasse (Burlington); Charlotte Tysail (Melrose); Brooklyn Manna (Woburn); Olivia Fetherston, Eadeen Beck (Wakefield); Rachel Caldwell-Glixon, Keena Gao, Mari McBride, Eileen Cannon, Aleia Gisolfi-McCready, Danna Ofek, Catherine Movsessian, Elena Sabin, Lily Sheth (Lexington)
Aislinn Cannistraro (Somerville); Lucia Seide (Everett); Ashley Foley, India Ingemi, Elsa Hawkes, Olivia Young, Grace Carella, Heidi Eberhardt, Rachelle Mullins (Beverly); Leah Rudolph (Gloucester); Bella Corsini (Marblehead); Shataeya Smith (Malden); Bridget O’Connell, Emily McDonald, Sarah Enes, Victoria Lombardi, Sadai Hadly-Mawasi, Jolene Murphy, Dado Nasso, Jayna Costello (Peabody)
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Aislinn Cannistraro, India Ingemi
FISHER: Alyssa Nee, Audrey Wheeler (Hanover); Allison Bonwitt, Laura Hallett, Maia Doescher, Emily Claflin, Bridget Smith, Allie Flaherty, Amanda Melville, Aimee Watts, Julianna Michini (Pembroke); Jill Callahan, Kendra McIntosh, Abby Plourde (Plymouth South); Abby Murphy, Sara Pillone (Quincy/North Quincy)
MVP: Alyssa Nee, Hanover
KEENAN: Eliza Ryan, Isabelle Foley (Duxbury); Caroline Johannes, Lila Belsher, Victoria Goon, Pria Parker, Isabelle Gay, Francesca Candelieri, Lindy Stadtlander, Elise Birkhaeuser, Libby Ranocha, Maddie Mildrum (Hingham); Elizabeth Marshall, Caileigh Driscoll (Plymouth North); Alison McDonough, Summer Bejarano (Silver Lake)
MVP: Caroline Johannes, Hingham
SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE
Jordan McCloskey, Margaret Gallagher, Lily Marra, Peyton Ewan (Apponequet); Megan Borges, Meredith Castro (Case); Jordan Ramos, Mackenzie Offley, Kathryn Sullivan (Somerset Berkley); Cameron Garabian, Ashleigh Wyrostek (Seekonk); Lea Bourgeois, Carolyn Thomas, Michaela Mattson, Emma Carroll (Old Rochester); Emerson Maccarone (Dighton-Rehoboth); Adreanna Dillen (Wareham); Sam Hathaway, Sam Fernandes (Fairhaven)
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
Jackie Earner, Lauren Nelligan (Abington); Bella Asam, Azzy Delgridice, Charlotte McElroy, Jordan Turner (Carver); Molly Barry, Katie Lovell, Serenity Sands, Colleen Sullivan (East Bridgewater); Leah Dunn, Hannah Duran (Hull); Alexa Gareza (Mashpee); Shae Gallagher, Caitlin Swanson, Abbie Wager (Middleboro); Dallis Kehoe, Katie Mullahy, Mary Kate Scalzulli, Bridget Shaw, Anna Roman (Norwell); Samila Adilas, Beverly Lovett, Kiva Quest (Randolph)
MVP: Abbie Wager
Erica MacSweeney (Archbishop Williams); Olivia Caruso, Molly Dugan, Arya Gupta, Emily Hickey, Catherine Mawn, Lily McDonald, Ashley McGrath, Lauren Sablone (Austin Prep); Corrine Ahern, Nicole Johns, Joy Wambul (Bishop Fenwick); Courtney Grzybinski, Emma Grzybinski (Cardinal Spellman); Patricia Adesanya (Lowell Catholic); Juliana Taborda (St. Mary’s)
MVP: Lauren Sablone
Reducia Bernard (Dedham); Ava Vasile, Peyton Redfield (Medway); Bethany Steiner (Millis); Isabella Pietrasiewicz (Norton); Elena Pellegrini (Ashland); Ashley Donnelly, Delaney Mick, Schuyler Gooley, Olivia Jones (Hopkinton); Lauren Salley, Rebecca Steven, Isabella Bergloff, Mia Luisi (Holliston); Jaimee Hirschfield, Jordan Wilson, Riley Drometer (Medfield); Olivia Beaudet, Vivica Coard (Norwood); Sarah Conant, Jane Krumsiek, Dawnesha Dwyer-Young (Westwood)
MVP: Sarah Conant, Ava Vasile