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22 May 19
The Isle Of Thanet News

Young radio stars at Newington Community Primary School in Ramsgate are the best in the UK. The team of boys and girls that produce regular radio and video shows –called Vadio – for the school’s Triple A station were honoured twice at the newly-launched Young Arias nationwide competition. They received a £6000 recording set up […]

19 May 19
Black Europe Resources

May 2019 FILM: WHERE OUR HANDS TOUCH (VARIOUS VENUES, UK) Image Credit: Photo of Where Our Hands Touch Film Posters at the Curzon @AmmaAsante Directed by Amma Asante | 2018 | USA | English | Starring Abbie Cornish, Amandla Stenberg, Christopher Eccleston| 2hr 02m | Certificate 12A “Where Hands Touch is a coming of age […]

08 May 19
Soccer STL

With all the teams featuring their seniors as the girls High School regular season comes to a close, I figured it was time to offer an updated College Soccer Signings list. Here’s the list of 2019 Girls College Soccer Signings that I’ve collected as I’ve seen them. Unlike most sites, you’ll find the player along […]

07 May 19
KLEK 102.5 FM

05/07/2019 JONESBORO – The Honors College at Arkansas State University will host the 10th annual Honors Recognition Ceremony and Reception Friday, May 10, at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. in the Cooper Alumni Center, 2600 Alumni Blvd. The 4 p.m. ceremony is for 2018-2019 graduates from Agriculture; Engineering and Computer Science; Liberal Arts and Communication; […]

01 May 19
News Archives Uk

GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. – Rhianna Louw dominated, ran in six points and broke the distance in the circle on Tuesday while the Monument Mountain softball team survived Lenox for a 17-16 win. Loux scored 3 goals on 6 at the plate during a 20-shot Spartan attack. Takeiya Brown was 4-in-4, Aubrey Blanchard 3-in-5 and Monument […]

25 Apr 19
Nachrichten Welt

Während sich die Temperaturen abkühlten, sanken die Ergebnisse in der letzten Runde der Summit League-Frauenmeisterschaften an der Sand Creek Station am Dienstagabend. Alle außer einer der neun Mannschaften erzielten ihre beste Teamwertung des Turniers. Die Denver Pioneers hatten 20 Schläge von ihrem Montageteam abgeschossen und schossen mit 284 einen 281er-Titel und gewannen den Team-Titel mit […]

23 Apr 19
Soccer STL

The St. Dominic tournament opened Monday and I caught a pair of games at Francis Howell Central. The opener featured a Class 2 clash as Notre Dame (in blue) faced off against St. Charles West. The Rebels got a pair of goals in the first half from their sophomore midfielders – Grace Newsham (pic above) […]

14 Apr 19
Ellie's Mini Schnauzers

Looking for the best Mini Schnauzer name for your new puppy? Find it here!

10 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Naming a child is rarely a simple task. The latest statistics have been published for the most popular first names throughout 2017. Whether you are expecting to try to pick a name or are curious to see where your name comes from or your child's name, this list can be helpful. Devon is full of […]

09 Apr 19
Boston Herald
ALL SCHOLASTICS GIRLS HOCKEY DREAM TEAM HANNAH AVENI, AUSTIN PREP The senior goalie recorded a 0.81 goals-against average with 15 shutouts as Austin Prep advanced to the Div. 1 state final. She ended her career with a school-record 34 shutouts. The MVP of the Catholic Central League and an honor roll student, Aveni will play her college hockey at the University of Southern Maine. ERIN FLEMING, WELLESLEY A two-time Herald Dream Teamer, the junior defenseman played a key role in the Raiders’ successfully defending their Div. 2 state title. Fleming scored seven goals and added 14 assists for 21 points. A Shriners All-Star, Fleming spent the past three seasons in the USA National Player Development Camp. FRANCESCA FRELICK, AUSTIN PREP The junior defenseman helped the Cougars go undefeated in the regular season as she recorded seven goals and 12 assists for 19 points. Frelick earned her second Catholic Central League All-Star nomination. A standout softball player and an honor roll student, Frelick has verbally committed to Duke for softball. CASSIDY GRUNING, METHUEN/TEWKSBURY The senior left wing scored 28 goals and added 21 assists in leading her team to its first-ever Div. 1 state hockey title. A two-time DCL/MVC 1 All-Star, Gruning has 46 goals and 23 assists for her career. A member of the National Honor Society, Gruning will play her college hockey at Suffolk. JULIA MASOTTA, METHUEN/TEWKSBURY The senior forward had a monster season with 50 goals and 31 assists for 81 points as Methuen/Tewksbury carted home the Div. 1 state title. She’s played for the Boston Shamrocks in the past. A member of the lacrosse team and National Honor Society student, Masotta will play hockey at Norwich. CASSI RONAN, FRANKLIN A senior left wing/defenseman, Ronan amassed 27 goals and 16 assists in guiding the Panthers to a 17-2-3 season. Ronan competes in field hockey and has played for the U-19 Boston Junior Eagles club, winning an NAHA and state title with them. Ronan will attend Fairfield University in the fall. ALL-SCHOLASTICS EMMA BRENNAN, MATIGNON As a senior defenseman, Brennan’s contributions on both ends of the ice lifted Matignon to a 15-6-2 record and a quarterfinal run in the Div. 2 tournament. This past season, Brennan dished out 24 assists – nearly half of her career output of 52 – while also tallying one goal. Brennan plans to attend Salem State University next fall. DELANEY COUTURE, SHREWSBURY An explosive right winger, Couture finished her career at Shrewsbury strong, scoring 25 goals and adding 21 assists for the Colonials. Throughout her four years, Couture saw action in 132 games and finished with 272 career points, including 186 goals. An honor roll student and former Herald Dream Teamer, Couture will continue playing ice hockey at Providence College. SYDNEY CRESTA, MARBLEHEAD/SWAMPSCOTT Cresta was a four-year standout, breaking the Marblehead program’s career point record with 176. Cresta joined the 100-goal club this past season, notching 26 goals and dishing out 14 assists en route to receiving Northeastern Conference co-MVP recognition. A field hockey player in the fall and softball player in the spring, Cresta plans to do a post-graduate stint at Deerfield Academy next year. CASSANDRA DAVIS, QUINCY A returner on the Herald All-Scholastic team, Davis built upon a solid season as a junior with another impressive campaign, leading the Patriot League in points with 52 as she tallied 38 goals and 14 assists. Davis was a league all-star all four seasons for Quincy/North Quincy, finishing her career with 125 goals and 68 assists. Davis still is undecided on where she will attend college next fall but plans to major in business. SEAN D’URSO, ANDOVER A two-time Herald All-Scholastic, D’Urso’s play in net helped lead Andover to a 19-3-1 record and run to the Div. 1 state semifinals. The senior proved to be dependable between the pipes, earning a spot on the MVC/DCL Large All-Star team three straight seasons to end her career, carting home MVP honors as a junior. D’Urso plans to attend the University of New England next fall. ABBY GENDRON, MASCONOMET Gendron finished her career in stellar fashion with 19 goals and 33 assists, setting a new program standard for points in a season while also earning co-MVP honors in the Northeastern Conference. A captain this past season, Gendron’s production increased each year as she finished with 108 points in her four years, becoming just the second player in program history to surpass the century mark. ALEXA GRAZIANO, NOTRE DAME ACADEMY The senior forward scored 29 goals and added 14 assists in leading her team to the Div. 2 state final. For her career, Graziano accumulated 129 points on 76 goals and 53 assists. A track athlete and member of the National Spanish Honor Society, Graziano is undecided on her future plans. MADY HENTOSH, ST. MARY’S A do-it-all defenseman, Hentosh played stellar in her own end and also showed some offensive prowess as she scored seven goals and handed out 17 assists. A Catholic Central League All-Star, Hentosh played in the Shriners All-Star Game. A member of the National Honor Society, Hentosh will continue her playing career at Endicott College. ABBY HOLLAND, BRAINTREE A junior captain for the Wamps, Holland scored 29 goals and dished 14 assists to help boost Braintree into the Div. 1 quarterfinals before losing to Austin Prep. The team’s MVP last season, Holland has scored 93 points through three seasons. KAT KEITH, WESTWOOD A three-time Herald All-Scholastic nominee, Keith wrapped up an impressive career at Westwood with 29 goals and 14 assists as she helped guide the Wolverines to the Div. 2 semifinals. A two-time Tri-Valley League MVP, Keith ended her career with 163 points. A member of the National Honor Society, Keith will continue playing hockey next year at Endicott. MAIREAD KENNEDY, DUXBURY As a senior, Kennedy anchored a defensive unit keen on limiting scoring opportunities. On the offensive end, Kennedy showed good playmaking ability with 20 assists while also scoring two goals, earning spots on both the Patriot League and Shriners all-star teams. A member of the National Honor Society, Kennedy plans on a post-graduate year at Choate Rosemary Hall. ELLEN LINSO, BOSTON LATIN Just a sophomore, Linso held a .963 save percentage and recorded 10 shutouts for the 15-3-4 Wolfpack, earning her DCL/MVC 2 Player of the Year honors. Linso already has 24 shutouts in her young career. She works for the school newspaper and plays softball during the spring. MAGGIE MALLOY, CANTON A Herald All-Scholastic in field hockey last fall, Malloy seamlessly transitioned to the ice where she scored 23 goals and handed out 16 assists on her way to being named MVP in the Hockomock League. An honor roll student, Malloy will play field hockey at Saint Anselm in the fall. CASEY MESSINA, NORWELL Messina put forth another SEMGHL All-Star campaign as a junior with 13 goals and 17 assists for the league champions. So far in her career, Messina has shown she is an all-around offensive threat with 44 goals and 48 assists. Messina plays field hockey in the fall and softball in the spring and also is a high honor roll student. SAMMIE MIRASOLO, NORTH READING Mirasolo built upon a stellar sophomore season with another strong year as a junior, scoring 23 goals and producing 12 assists for Peabody/Lynnfield/North Reading. With 98 points in three years, the Northeastern Conference All-Star already holds the program scoring record. A high honor roll student, Mirasolo plans to continue her playing career in college. KAT PARADIS, READING Paradis earned Middlesex League MVP after amassing 21 goals and 18 assists this past season as a senior. Paradis wraps up her career at Reading with 71 goals and 37 assists for 108 points. A member of the National Honor Society, Paradis plans on attending UMass, where she will major in nursing and play club hockey. NICOLE RINKUS, PEMBROKE Rinkus earned Patriot League MVP after scoring 26 goals and adding 11 assists in leading Pembroke to a 14-6-2 record and spot in the Div. 2 state tournament. A three-sport athlete, Rinkus also plays lacrosse and soccer for the Titans. Rinkus will continue her lacrosse career next year at Westfield State. LULU ROURKE, WELLESLEY The freshman defenseman scored 14 goals and added 14 assists in helping Wellesley cart home the Div. 2 state title. In the championship game, Rourke was credited with an assist. Rourke plays soccer in the fall and lacrosse in the spring for the Raiders. LEXI SCHMALZ, NEEDHAM Schmalz added to an already sterling athletic resume by collecting 27 points on 18 goals and nine assists in her senior season with Needham. The efforts of Schmaltz on the ice were key for the Rockets as they earned a place in the Div. 1 state tournament. A three-sport athlete, Schmaltz will play lacrosse at Duke in the fall. KELSEY STEWART, NOTRE DAME ACADEMY As a defenseman, Stewart played a critical role in the Div. 2 state tournament run of the Cougars, pairing stout defense with four goals and eight assists on the offensive end. Stewart, a junior, also is part of the track and field and field hockey teams. She is a member of the National French Honor Society as well as the Key Club. SAMANTHA TABER, AUSTIN PREP An eighth-grader, Taber already has solidified herself as a force in the offensive zone, scoring 29 goals this past season to take a place on the Catholic Central League All-Star team. In her first two seasons, Taber already has accumulated 69 points. She plays softball during the spring for the Cougars. AUDRA TOSONE, WALPOLE A senior captain, Tosone piloted the Rebels to a 19-3-1 season and a berth in the Div. 2 state semifinals. A Bay State Conference All-Star, Tosone scored 12 goals and added 12 assists for 24 points. A three-sport standout, Tosone excelled in both field hockey and lacrosse, earning All-Scholastic honors in both sports. Tosone will play lacrosse at UMass next year. GIRLS HOCKEY ALL-STARS BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Emma Brooks, Jil Ireland Gallagher, Abby Kraunelis (Latin Academy) CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE Sam Taber, Ella Sarracco, Frankie Frelick, Maeve Crehan, Maeve Carey, Aylah Cioffi, Hannah Aveni (Austin Prep); Codi Butt, Jenna Chaplain, Sam Porazinski, Mady Hentosh, Kelsey Sullivan, Lauren Vaccaro (St. Mary’s); Carolyn Mahoney, Emma Brennan, Dana Smullen (Matignon); Allison Delmonte, Abby Dacosta, Mackenzie Heath (Archbishop Williams); Molly Simmons, Christina Gesualdi (Arlington Catholic) MVP: Hannah Aveni HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Cassi Ronan, Regan Paterson, Tina Pisano, Gabby Colace (Franklin); Maggie Malloy, Lauren Fitzpatrick, Leah McClellan, Ava Pacitti, Lizzie Tassinari (Canton); Danae Reager, Mackenzi Fraser, Isabelle Shanteler (M/OA/F); Katie Woodrow, Morgan Lessa (Stoughton); Nicole Connor, Sydney O’Shea, Avari Maxwell (King Philip) MVP: Maggie Malloy MVC/DCL DIVISION 1: Julia Masotta, Kaia Hollingsworth, Cassidy Gruning (Methuen/Tewksbury); Avery Callison (Acton-Boxboro); Emma Gilmartin, Sean D’Urso, Callie Wiley (Andover); Sam Fantasia,Rylie Jones (Billerica/Chelmsford); Eliana Kane, Hannah Keating (HPNA); Jackie Ricko, Kayleigh Butler (Westford Academy) MVP: Julia Masotta DIVISION 2: Ellen Linso, Kerri McLaughlin, Emma Kelly, Sophia Temple (Boston Latin); Ellie Fredenburg (Cambridge Rindge & Latin); Julie Thing (Central Catholic); Katie Rice, Daphne Kalogeropoulos (Concord-Carlisle); Sophie Ensley, Izzy Acquaviva, Kimmy Lucier (Lincoln-Sudbury); Janice O’Neil, Sydney Macpherson (Waltham) MVP: Ellen Linso MIDDLESEX LEAGUE ALL-CONFERENCE: Kat Paradis, Erin O’Brien, Abbie Ortyl, Brooke Lilly, Emily Crovo, Jenna Bragalone (Stoneham) LIBERTY ALL-STARS: Erin O’Brien, Elizabeth Liakos, Jordan Toomey, Molly Flynn (Arlington); Kat Paradis, Sydney Conte, Ainsley Cohen (Reading); Jackie Lees, Sophia Gregory (Woburn); Niki Micciche (Winchester); Abbie Ortyl (Lexington); Jordan Lettiere (Belmont) MVP: Kat Paradis FREEDOM ALL-STARS: Emily Crovo, Mariread Clark, Maggie O’Donnell, McKenzie Cerrato (Melrose); Jenna Bragalone, Alexis Saia, Gianna Beauclair (Stoneham); Brooke Lilley (Wakefield); Lia Kourkoutas (Wilmington); Kathryn Connors, Olivia Lampasona (Watertown); Megan McDonald (Burlington) MVP: Brooke Lilley NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Sydney Cresta (Marblehead); Isabel Hulse, Abby Gendron (Masconomet); Bella Perotti, Emma Carleton (Winthrop); Abby Buckley, Sammie Mirasolo (Peabody); Brenna Forbes (Medford); Ava Daly (Beverly); MVPs: Sydney Cresta, Abby Gendron PATRIOT LEAGUE Emily Ballerene, Delaney Williams, Leah Yucius, Jackie Hayden, Kiley Erickson (Duxbury); Leah White, Kathryn Karo, Lizzie Jacobson (Hingham); Carly Birolini, Nikki Rinkus, Emily Mccabe (Pembroke); Elliette Leahy, Christine Oar, Sheila Dunn (Scituate); Jordan Colbert, Bryanne Porter (Plymouth North/South); Alyssa Murphy (Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake); Cassandra Davis (Quincy/North Quincy) MVP: Nikki Rinkus SEMGHL Chloe Hohmann, Anne Marie Gileea, Casey Messina, Casey Ward, Emily Hohmann (Norwell); Elizabeth LePage, Sierra Majewski, Jocelyn Silva (Bishop Stang); Jacqui Manning, Lily Tobin, Morgan Foley, Lauren Faarren (Cohasset/Hanover); Seanna McEneany, Bridget Everett, Kate Brewster (Barnstable); Megan Nolan; Kaitlin Kelley (BMW/ORR); Meghan Sonia (Martha’s Vineyard) MVP: Jacqui Manning TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE Kat Keith, Hannah Blomquist, Olivia Jordan, Caroline McDonough (Westwood); Bridgette Crowley, Hanna Littmark (Dedham); Rachel Gittings, Bryn Moriarty, Sophia Theodore (Medway/Ashland); Erin Wagner, Allie McDonough (Norwood), Laney Ockerbloom (Medfield); Kristin McCluskey (Dover-Sherborn) MVP: Kat Keith
08 Apr 19

 Hello Beauties! It’s release day for Sierra Hill and she has a steamy novella for you!! Blurb: While on spring break for her friend’s destination wedding, Abbie spends a sizzling night with Zayne, after which she sneaks away believing she’ll never have to see her hookup again.  Queue up a side of awkward, because the […]

07 Apr 19
Sgôr - Dave Jones’ North Wales Sports Blog

As the form book would have predicted, Bethel will meet Llanfair United in the final of the North Wales Women’s League Division One Cup. In today’s semis, the top two teams in Division One were both emphatic winners. Current leaders Bethel romped to a 5-1 victory at Pwllheli, Catrin Evans scoring twice, while Jody Cain, […]

06 Apr 19
Becky's Book Blog

I couldn’t resist doing this tag because it looked like a lot of fun! If this is something you want to do, please take this post as an invite to do it! Rules:1. Spell out your blog’s name2. Find a book from your TBR that begins with each letter NOTE: You cannot ADD to your […]

05 Apr 19
Boston Herald
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 BIG THREE 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) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE 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) MIDDLESEX LEAGUE 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) NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE 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 PATRIOT LEAGUE 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 TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE 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 TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE 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
20 Mar 19
duke or dai

I went on spring break. School’s been good, I made some new friends and stuff. This is a love letter. Photo credit to Cole CHoneycutt and his GoPro. #naturegirl, Alice – Epworth house to Pisgah National Forest (time: zero dark thirty) Past the small town gas stations and a Wendy’s. On a Carolina Livery bus […]