Molly Bracken

07 Feb 19
Eating for Ellie

I’ve deleted Instagram (insert applause here)

02 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

The second of four children, Australian actress Melissa George was born in Perth, Western Australia in 1976. The daughter of Pamela, a nurse, and Glenn George, a construction worker, Melissa initially expressed interest in various forms of dance rather than acting. During her childhood, George studied tap, ballet, and jazz, later transitioning … Born: August […]

18 Jan 19
We Are All Meant to Shine!

I learned of Mary Oliver’s death yesterday while at my desk at work. NPR had shared the news. Tears streamed down my face. I had shared one of her poem’s on Monday, a poem that had so moved me that when I tried to ready it aloud, that by line five I had to wipe […]

09 Jan 19
Vancouver Sun

Meet stylish sisters Laurel Edwards and Pam Ratzlaff.

07 Jan 19
Nialler9

Highlights include Bowie Fest, 2manyDJs, First Fortnight, The 1975 and more.

02 Jan 19
Dee Reads Things

We’re getting to the end my friends, finally we’re going to talk about my 4 star reads of the year! I mean, the 4 star and 5 star reads make up the bulk of my reads from 2018 so this post is gonna be a long one. Current count has my 4 star reads at […]

31 Dec 18
Ruby Rae Reads

Yeah, I can’t fathom that the year is already over but what else can you do?? To be honest, I would have liked to have read WAY MORE than I did, I mean I passed my goal and all (and read some great books) but still. I’ll get to my goals for 2019 in a […]

30 Dec 18
wondermyway

It all started with an email message from my long-time mentor and former education director of the Greater Lovell Land Trust, Kevin Harding. Wrote Kevin, “I rarely find a book that I’m willing to recommend to friends and colleagues. I rarely read books on saving the environment because I find them too depressing. I am […]

30 Dec 18
Enchanted by Books

Hello everyone! Today we are here with Stats and a Check of the year, with the Reading Survey for 2018. **2018 READING STATS** Number Of Books You Read:133 Number of Re-Reads:0 Genre You Read The Most From: YA 1. Best Book You Read In 2018? (If you have to cheat — you can break it […]

19 Dec 18
Boston Herald
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(Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Zak Zinter, Prep, BB&N, football ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Tyrell Wiggins, Dexter Southfield, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Tyler Martin, Prep, BB&N, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Tommy Malone, Prep, BB&N, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Justin Albee, Prep, BB&N, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Quint Stott, Governor’s , football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) DECEMBER 3, 2018: Billy Seidl – football – St. Sebastian’s – Boston Herald All-Scholastic Bryce Gallagher – football – St. Sebastian’s – Boston Herald All-Scholastic – PREP DECEMBER 3, 2018: Jake Spaulding – boys soccer – Pingree – Boston Herald All-Scholastic – PREP SCHOOL NOVEMBER 30, 2018: Rayne Zimmermann – girls soccer – Berwick – Boston Herald All-Scholastics – prep schools NOVEMBER 30, 2018: *EIL GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY: Margot Appleton (Portsmouth Abbey) PREP SCHOOL NOVEMBER 30, 2018: *EIL BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY: David Appleton (Portsmouth Abbey) PREP SCHOOL 112917prepRichardson.jpg (Boston, MA,11/29/17) ALL SCHOLASTICS. Alana Richardson, field hockey, Pingree. Wednesday, November 29, 2017. (Staff photo by Stuart Cahill) Christina Conforti – volleyball – Newton Country Day – Boston Herald All-Scholastic – PREP SCHOOL NOVEMBER 30, 2018: Annie Irwin – girls soccer – Montrose – Boston Herald All-Scholastic – PREP SCHOO (113017 Boston, MA)- Isabelle Heron, Volleyball, Montrose HS. Boston Herald photo by Ryan McBride DECEMBER 3, 2018: Aly Hussein – boys cross-country – Tabor – Boston Herald All-Scholastics DECEMBER 3, 2018: Maud McCole – girls cross-country – Middlesex – Boston Herald All-Scholastic – PREP SCHOOL BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Samantha Davidson, Governor’s, field hockey ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) DECEMBER 4, 2018: Duncan Sutherland – soccer – Brooks – Boston Herald All-Scholastic – PREP SCHOOLS DEECEMBER 4, 2018: Jeremy Verley – soccer – Milton Academy – Boston Herald All-Scholastic – PREP SCHOOL DECEMBER 11, 2018 – BOSTON, MA: David Rogers – golf – Beaver Country Day – Boston Herald All-Scholastic – PREP BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Catherine Barry, Tabor, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Allie Winstanley, Nobles, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Connor Reif, Brimmer and May, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Emily Carrigan, Chapel Hill, cross country ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Josh Gans, Gann, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Cam Large, Nobles, football ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Rohan Prabhu, BU academy, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) 112917prepbailey.jpg Gabrielle Bailey – volleyball – Lawrence Academy – Boston Herald All-Scholastic (PREP) Herald All-Scholastics: Prep Schools JUSTIN ALBEE, BB&N, FOOTBALL Albee was a force on both sides of the ball for BB&N in 2018. The 6-foot-3, 238-pound tight end hauled in seven receptions for 120 yards and a score, while also contributing 20 tackles and a sack at defensive end. A First Team All-ISL selection and two-year captain, Albee will continue his playing career at Lake Forest in the fall. DAVID APPLETON, PORTSMOUTH ABBEY, CROSS COUNTRY Appleton finished his cross-country season in style, finishing first in the New England Championship Race with a time of 16:35. A three-year member of the varsity team, Appleton won the 2018 EIL Most Valuable Player Award, finishing first in the EIL Championship Race. Appleton is also a member of the wrestling and track teams. MARGOT APPLETON, PORTSMOUTH ABBEY, CROSS COUNTRY A two-time varsity letter winner, Appleton stole the show across the girls cross-country landscape in the EIL this fall. She won the 2018 EIL Most Valuable Player Award, placing first in the EIL Championship race with a time of 18:34. Only a junior, Appleton is a captain-elect for the 2019 cross country team. GABI BAILEY, LAWRENCE ACADEMY, VOLLEYBALL Bailey was a standout performer on the court this fall, helping lead the Spartans to a 16-2 record, and the Class B NEPSAC Championship. The MVP of the ISL as well as the NEPSAC Class B MVP, Bailey finished the season with 73 aces and 218. Bailey ended her season with more than 1,000 career kills. JAYLEN BAILEY, BELMONT HILL, FOOTBALL A senior linebacker, Bailey was one of the top defensive players in the ISL this year. The two-time First Team All-ISL selection, Bailey finished the season with 65 tackles, bringing his career total to 211 while also adding 11 touchdowns. Also a First Team All-ISL member in baseball, Bailey will head to Princeton University in the fall. CATHERINE BARRY, TABOR ACADEMY, SOCCER The junior forward had a season to remember on the pitch as she set the single-season scoring record at Tabor with 33 goals to go with 11 assists. Barry also set the all-time scoring record at Tabor, finishing her career with 60 goals as well as 33 assists. An All-ISL selection, Barry is also a member of the basketball and lacrosse teams. EMILY CARRIGAN, CHAPEL HILL CHAUNCY HALL, CROSS COUNTRY Carrigan had plenty of highlights over the course of her senior season as she wracked up five wins this fall. A four-year runner and two-time captain, Carrigan set a new course record at Gann Academy and finished 36th at the NEPSTA Championships. An All-MBIL Team selection, Carrigan is still deciding on her college plans. CHRISTINA CONFORTI, NEWTON COUNTRY DAY, VOLLEYBALL The senior outside hitter was the Player of the Year in the EIL for the second straight year as she recorded 269 kills and a kill perdentage of 79.1. A member of the National Honor Society as well as SMASH volleyball, Conforti will play volleyball at Williams in the fall. SAMANTHA DAVIDSON, GOVERNOR’S ACADEMY, FIELD HOCKEY Davidson made sure to finish her career with an exclamation as the senior midfielder finished with 12 goals and five assists for Governor’s Academy this fall. One of the top field hockey players in the region, Davidson was named ISL MVP and earned All-New England Class B honors. A high-honors student all four years, Davidson will continue her playing career at Princeton University in the fall. GREGORY DESROSIERS, BELMONT HILL, FOOTBALL Desrosiers was an integral member of Belmont Hill’s success on both sides of the ball, starring at wide receiver and defensive back. En route to earning First Team All-ISL honors, Desroiers had 36 receptions for 718 yards and four touchdowns while also adding four interceptions. Also a member of the basketball and track teams, Desrosiers holds a football offer from Bryant University . JOSH GANS, GANN ACADEMY, SOCCER The senior forward was the premiere player in the MBIL in 2018, starring all over the pitch to lead Gann Academy to a 16-1-2 record and the MBIL championship. Gans finished with 24 goals and 13 assists to earn MBIL MVP and NEPSAC All-Star honors. A three-year starter, Gans will continue his playing career at Emory in the fall. BRYCE GALLAGHER, ST. SEBASTIAN’S, FOOTBALL One of the more imposing two-way football players in the state, the 6-foot-3, 223-pounder played a key role in leading the Arrows to a NEPSAC bowl. He rushed for 590 yards and eight touchdowns, caught eight passes for 88 yards and two scores, while recording 94 tackles, eight sacks and three interceptions (two returned for scores). He will attend Northwestern in the fall on a football scholarship. MITCHELL GONSER, MILTON ACADEMY, FOOTBALL Gonser was a weapon on both sides of the ball for Milton Academy, starring at running back, wide receiver, and linebacker. The junior finished with 385 yards rushing, 158 yards receiving, and seven total touchdowns. He also added 41 solo tackles and a pair of interceptions. An All-ISL selection and a member of the National Honor Society, Gonser also plays basketball and lacrosse. ISABELLE HERON, MONTROSE SCHOOL, VOLLEYBALL The MVP of the IGC, Heron was one of the top prep school volleyball players in the region in 2018. The senior finished with 71 aces and 187 kills for 258 total points. She also added 72 blocks to help her team win 15 matches. ALY HUSSEIN, TABOR ACADEMY, CROSS COUNTRY Accomplishments were aplenty for Hussein in 2018 as he had a standout season as a member of Tabor Academy’s boys cross-country team. The senior was a 2018 All-New England and ISL Champion for the second consecutive season. Also a standout performer in squash and track, Hussein is committed to the University of Virginia. ANNE IRWIN, MONTROSE SCHOOL, SOCCER Irwin was the top player in the IGC in 2018 as she scored 15 goals and had 14 assists to earn league MVP for the second consecutive season. For her career, Irwin finished with 61 goals and three assists while being a three-time IGC All-Star. CAM LARGE, NOBLE AND GREENOUGH, FOOTBALL The junior two-way standout was all over the field in 2018, becoming one of the top playmakers in the ISL. Large finished with 300 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns at the tight end position while adding 10 sackls, 15 TFLs, and three forced fumbles at defensive end to help lead Noble and Greenough to a NEPSAC Championship.A two-time All-ISL selection, Large is also a member of the lacrosse team. TOMMY MALONEY, BB&N, FOOTBALL The senior defensive end was a disruptive force for BB&N this fall, totaling 34 tackles, six sacks, and 14 hurries. The All-ISL First Team selection helped lead BB&N to an 8-1 record and a victory in the NEPSAC Class A Kevin Driscoll Bowl. Also a lacrosse player, Maloney is committed to Brown University for football. TYLER MARTIN, BB&N, FOOTBALL Martin may only be a freshman, but he has already asserted himself as one of the top Prep School football players. At linebacker, Martin wracked up 75 tackles, a pair of sacks, four fumble recovers, and eight TFLs. A First Team All-ISL selection, Martin already has 150 career tackles and holds an offer from Michigan and several other Division 1 colleges. MAUD McCOLE, MIDDLESEX SCHOOL, CROSS COUNTRY McCole dominated the competition this fall, winning ISL MVP honors and becoming the ISL individual champion winning by more than 30 seconds. An All-NEPTSA Division 2 selection, McCole went undefeated during the regular season leading Middlesex to its best team finish in the league since 1999. A high-honors student, McCole is also a captain for the varsity tennis team. CASEY PHINNEY, NOBLE AND GREENOUGH, FOOTBALL Phinney did it all on both sides of the ball in 2018, blossoming into one of the top underclassmen in the ISL. The sophomore totaled 101 tackles at middle linebacker while also piling up 1,525 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns for the Bulldogs. An All-ISL selection, Phinney holds offers from Michigan and Boston College. ROHAN PRABHU, BOSTON UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, SOCCER The sophomore midfielder took home the MBIL’s Most Valuable Player Award, scoring 10 goals and totaling 14 assists over 10 games. A member of the basketball and tennis teams, Prabhu hopes to eventually play college soccer at the Division 1 level. CONNOR REIF, BRIMMER AND MAY, CROSS COUNTRY Reif piled up the hardware this fall, earning MBIL MVP and becoming the first two-time MBIL champion in school history. Reif finished undefeated in MBIL races and even set two course records. A four time MBIL all-star, Reif is also a member of the track and field team. ALANA RICHARDSON, PINGREE, FIELD HOCKEY The midfielder had a breakout sophomore season scoring 16 goals and adding 18 assists. The fulcrum of Pingree’s attack, Richardson was the Most Outstanding Player at the College Connection/Under Armour All-American Game hosted by Boston College. Richardson is also a member of the basketball and track teams. DAVID ROGERS, BEAVER COUNTRY DAY, GOLF The senior standout golfer was named the EIL Player of the Year after going 8-0-1 and winning the league championship. A three-time All-Scholastic, Rogers ended his career with a stellar 30-3-3 mark. He will continue his golfing career at Georgetown University in the fall. BILLY SEIDL, ST. SEBASTIAN’S, FOOTBALL One season after missing most of the 2017 season due to injury, Seidl showcased his talents this fall. The senior dual-threat quarterback threw for 1,520 yards and 21 touchdowns while also adding 770 rushing yards and eight more scores on the ground in leading the Arrows to a 7-2 record and a share of the ISL-7 title. Seidl is committed to Duke University for baseball. JAKE SPAULDING, PINGREE, SOCCER Spaulding had a standout senior season, leading a stout Pingree defense while also scoring nine goals and adding 13 assists. The midfielder won EIL Player of the Year was named EIL All-Star for a third consecutive season. Also a basketball and baseball player, Spaulding will play college soccer at Bryant in the fall. QUIN STOTT, GOVERNOR’S ACADEMY, FOOTBALL Stott was the top offensive player in the ISL in 2018 as he shared the ISL MVP award as well as New England Prep School Class B Player of the Year. For the year, Stott had 1,476 all-purpose yards and 19 touchdowns in just six games. A three-time First Team All-ISL selection, Stott is also a member of Governor’s baseball team DUNCAN SUTHERLAND, BROOKS, SOCCER The senior forward was the Offensive Plater of the Year in the ISL after scoring 24 goals and adding 10 assists for 34 points. He led the ISL in scoring as a junior with 17 goals and nine assists in leading Brooks to the New England Class B title. JEREMY VERLEY, MILTON ACADEMY, SOCCER The senior midfielder scored eight goals and added six assists as he was named co-MVP of the ISL. A native of Jamaica, Verley was selected to play for his country in the recent Concacaf Under-20 championships. He will attend the University of Virginia on a full soccer scholarship in the fall. TYRELL WIGGINS, DEXTER SOUTHFIELD, FOOTBALL Wiggins was all over the field star starring offensively and at defensive back. Wiggins had 96 carries for 1,052 yards and 10 touchdowns out of the backfield, while adding 10 receptions for 245 more yards and two scores as a receiver. The senior also had a pair of special teams touchdowns, five pass break ups and 31 total tackles ALLIE WINSTANLEY, NOBLE AND GREENOUGH, SOCCER The senior forward was a star on the pitch this fall, finishing the season with 34 total points including 21 goals. Her performance earned her co-MVP of the ISL and led Noble and Greenough to the ISL Championship. Also a co-captain of the squash team, Winstanley will continue her soccer career at Dartmouth in the fall. RAYNE ZIMMERMANN, BERWICK ACADEMY, SOCCER The junior center-back took home the EIL Player of the Year Award as she scored 11 goals and finished with 17 total points. Her play on defense helped lead Berwick record the lowest goals against average (0,62) in the league and 11 shutouts. ZAK ZINTER, BB&N, FOOTBALL Zinter showed once again this fall why he is widely considered the top lineman in the region. An unstoppable force up front, the 6-foot-6, 305-pounder had 81 pancake blocks this fall and did not allow a single sack as he took home ISL Lineman of the Year in leading the Knights to a NEPSAC Bowl title. Only a junior, Zinter holds offers from 11 Division 1 schools including Northwestern, Ohio State, Michigan, and Tennessee. Herald All-Scholastics Prep School All-Stars EASTERN INDEPENDENT LEAGUE BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Matt Liuzza, David Appleton (Portsmouth Abbey); Andreas Byamana, Reza Eshghi, Tyler McGarry, Matthew Gainsboro (Concord Academy); Zachary Mitchell, Kaleb Habtegebriel (Pingree); Ryan Shea, Dominic Paolini, John Early, Will O’Brien (Landmark); Maxwell Glenn, Benjamin Otting, Alexander Jin (Beaver Country Day) MVP: David Appleton GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Margot Appleton (Portsmouth Abbey); Meg Madison, Eve Lesberg, Zoe Lewis, Emeline Daly, Annie Kaplan, Avery Gardner, Clare Quinn (Winsor); Page Cassidy (Bancroft); Yingwi Wu, Audrey Lin (Concord Academy); Maeve O’Brien (Lexington Christian Academy); Avery Woolbert, Juliana Kwon (Newton Country Day); Mackenzie Vasque (Pingree) MVP: Margot Appleton CO-ED GOLF David Rogers, Rebecca Skoler, Jacob Florence, Christian Vaream (Beaver Country Day); Rodolfo Castillo, Dean Simeone (Portsmouth Abbey); Tyler Gaulin, Ross Spearman (Berwick); Sean Lorenc (Landmark); Jack Boyd (Bancroft); Robbie Carpentier, Chris Mellen (Pingree) PLAYER OF THE YEAR: David Rogers FIELD HOCKEY Alana Richardson, Maddie Mulaney, Katelyn Clarke, Addy Fenton (Pingree); Julia Dubuque, Pia Serowik, Caleigh Fotiades (Newton Country Day); Anna Kurtin, Demitra Moutoudis (Dana Hall); Sydney Culbert (Concord Academy); Charlotte Moore (LCA); Andrea Caradonna, Brittany Foster, Casey Houlahan (Berwick Academy); Isabelle Fournier, Faith Cournoyer (Portsmouth Abbey); Andrea Marguerite (Bancroft); Serena Pollard, Nancy Kaneb, Ellie Harrison (Winsor ) PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Alana Richardson BOYS SOCCER Thomas Kirker, Aidan Brown (Portsmouth Abbey); Daniel Freedman, Chris Sholla (Bancroft); Sam Lagan (Landmark); Oliver Pinyochon, Jake Spaulding, Ned Villiotte, Conor Whalen (Pingree); Taha Kina, Nate Drew, Oliver Clackson (Concord Academy); Tucker Smith, Alex Fitzgerald, Mitchel Varley (Berwick); Will Philbin-Cross, Will Brown, Zac Herman (Beaver Country Day); Ben Mollenhauer, Julius Swaim (LCA); Sam Lagan (Landmark) PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jake Spaulding GIRLS SOCCER Lilias Madden (Portsmouth Abbey); Sallie Chope, Abby Burgess (Beaver Country Day); Sam Montagno, Rayne Zimmermann, Aaliyah Farid, Caroline Starr (Berwick); Alexis Nickole, Nina Dooley, Porter Dooley (Pingree); Maya Gaines (Bancroft); Taylor Cyr, Charlotte Grossman (Concord); Kate Bossert, Caroline Breslin, Lauren Copeland (Dana Hall); Joy Mollenhauer (LCA); Jane March, Eliza Durbin (Newton Country Day); Tess O’Connell (Pingree); Julia Contini, Caitlin Bracken, Sophie de Castro (Winsor) PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Rayne Zimmermann VOLLEYBALL Michelle Pu, Samantha Chin (Winsor); Lucy Hirshland (Beaver Country Day); Alexa Orent, Bitsie Knight, Casey Seidner (Dana Hall); Lara Caradimitropoulo, Sara Goldstein, Meredith Benjamin (Concord Academy); Christina Conforti, Alena Cox, Elizabeth Anderson (Newton Country Day); Colby Shea, Abbey Skinner (Pingree); Julianna Boyson (Bancroft) PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Christina Conforti   INDEPENDENT GIRLS CONFERENCE GIRLS SOCCER DIV. 1: Annie Irwin, Devyn Gianino, Gabriella Bachiochi, Maria Lennon (Montrose); Sara Wheeler, Elizabeth Patrick, Chloe Hupin (Waring); Rebecca Calhoun, Brenna Durand (Brimmer); Anya Crowley, Morgan Joyce (Landmark) MVP: Annie Irwin DIV. 2: Rachel Nelson, Rilee Smith, Madeline McNeilly (Covenant Christian Acaademy); Rachael Frisch, Deena Karger (Gann Academy); Molly Rockett, Olivia Upton (Boston Trinity Academy); Sarah Murphy (Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall); Addie Santello (Cambridge School of Weston); Maya Volatis (Newman) MVP: Rachel Nelson VOLLEYBALL Isabelle Heron, Caroline Churney, Julia McKenzie (Montrose); Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Marie Philip); Lily Martin (Landmark); Netanya Simon, Shira Hoffer (Gann); Emma Maniscalco, Sidney Dual (Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall); Gabriella Reels (Newman); Kelsey Ortiz (Cambridge School of Weston) MVP: Isabelle Heron   INDEPENDENT SCHOOL LEAGUE BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY Grant Gattuso, Hans Wu, Joshua Bergers (St. Mark’s); Tommy Gaffey (Thayer); Caleb Gardner, Justin O’Toole (Middlesex); Sam Gordon, Aly Hussein, Mahiro Yamakawa, Yudai Yamakawa (Tabor); Javi Werner, Mark Henshon, Quinn Donovan, Will Cote (Roxbury Latin); Leo McMahon (Groton); Mark Ryan (Rivers); Lev Sandler, Finn Crawford (Nobles); Matthew Smith (Belmont Hill); Alexander Strang (Milton Academy); Cam Stathos (Rivers); Patrick McDonald (St. Sebastian’s) MVP: Aly Hussein GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY Maud McCole, Charlotte O’Toole, Alene Fernandes, Gabriella Walsh (Middlesex); Ellie Mraz (Milton Academy); Meg Dugan, Lilly Bradley (Thayer); Grace Hayward, Emily Orschelin, Celia Cheng, Eliza McPherron, Grace Santoro, Olivia Hayward (Nobles); Wren Fortunoff (Groton); Natalie Zaterka (St. Mark’s); Alex Constantino (Brooks); Leyla Ewald, Mia Awendi (BB&N); Stephanie Dailey (Rivers) MVP: Maud McCole FIELD HOCKEY Samantha Davidson, Reanne Burgess (Governor’s); Caroline Yonce, Charlotte Marks, Emma Houlihan, Lucy Adams (Brooks); Julia Hitti, Caroline Grady, Lilly Branka (Rivers); Skylar Irving, Cindy Giandomenico, Ashley Clark (Tabor Academy); Tori Colautti, Shelby Ginard (Lawrence Academy); Schuyler Edie, Lily Farden, Courtney Hyland (Noble & Greenough); Alexandra Fehnel (Middlesex School); Emma Garvey (BB&N); Sadie LeStage, Caroline Guden (Milton Academy); Katie George (St. George’s); Lauren Tolve, Faith Jennings (St. Mark’s); Freddie Tobeason (Groton) MVP: Samantha Davidson FOOTBALL Anthony LaMonica, Justin Albee, Tommy Maloney, Zach Cyr, Zak Zinter, Andrew Nee, Sammy Malignaggi (BB&N); Jaylen Bailey, Michael Glauninger, Justin O’Neil-Riley, Brodie Rayment, Joshua Wax, Michael Piazza, Gregory Desrosiers (Belmont Hill); Billy Seidl, Bryce Gallagher, Will Frisoli, Matt Behman, Alex Cherry, Matt Connolly, Steve Jessup (St. Sebastian’s); Eddie Duggan, Mitchell Gonser, Jake Willcox, Garrett Doherty (Milton Academy); Quin Stott, Luke Moriarity, Kevin Lemeiux, Shane O’Leary (Governor’s Academy); Josh Arruda, Brady Martin, Tony Muse (Lawrence Academy); Connor Peterson, Reid Tolley, Sam Hazzard (Tabor Academy); Will Welch, Sam Folse, Leighton Graham, Cam Large, Casey Phinney (Noble & Greenough); Jack Daley, Mark Monahan, Jack Schneider, Jack Thorbahn (Tahyer Academy); Caleb Coleman, Brent Gorton, Anthony Romano (Groton); Sean Russell, Collin Bergstrom, Ejiro Egodogbare (Roxbury Latin); Anthony Burnett, Nick Fulgione (Brooks); Cole Nye, Alex Kebabjian (Middlesex); Matt Rish, Chris Bucking (Rivers); C.J. Schumaker (St. Mark’s); Justin Newman (St. George’s); Tyrell Wiggins, Luke MacPhail, Stephen Brooks, Jaden Vaughn-Sawyer, Daniel Donato, Jack Mills, Emmanuel Tshowa (Dexter, competes in the Evergreen League, but complete list was not made available) MVP: Billy Seidl, Quin Stott BOYS SOCCER Ben Ward, Matthew Britt-Webb, Matthew Goncalves (Belmont Hill); Duncan Sutherland, Mitch Nenninger, Andrew Kempe (Brooks); Connor Mooney, Walker Davey, Stephen Perchuk (Groton); Amad Miller, Brian Underhill (Lawrence Academy); Jacob Charles, Josh Quirk, Justin Krayer (Middlesex); Ryan Manning, Jeremy Verley, Galen Lewis (Milton Academy); Harry Roberts, Michael Balleani (Nobles); Michael Webber, Aidan Davock (Rivers); Jack Cloherty (Roxbury Latin); Michael Martin (St. George’s); Owen Smyth (St. Sebastian’s); Jack Marvel (Tabor); Eben Butler (Thayer) MVP: Jeremy Verley, Duncan Sutherland GIRLS SOCCER Allie Winstanley, Emily St. John, Ava Lung, Kiley Bertos (Noble & Greenough); Brittany Raphino, Ally Sentnor, Alivia Kelly, Brooke Mulroney (Thayer Academy); Molly Martin, Charlotte Huang, Meredith McDermott (BB&N); Rylee Glennon, Julie Gallotto (Rivers); Cat Barry, Jaydah Bedoya (Tabor Academy); Caroline Dawson (St. Mark’s); Mia Fusco (Lawrence Academy); Brooke Robinson (Brooks); Blair Englert (Milton Academy); Ellery Winkler (Middlesex); Grace Travis (Groton); Olivia Griffin (Governor’s Academy);Peyton Mulhern (St. George’s) MVP: Cat Barry, Allie Winstanley VOLLEYBALL Makayla Boucher, Caroline Gow, Kenkel Gracie (Governor’s); Mallory Folliard (Rivers); Sydney Jones, Lauren MacDonald, Alex Poole (Nobles); Mayu Lee (Middlesex); Erika Lizotte, Gabi Bailey, Dasha Zhuravleva (Lawrence Academy); Olivia Pachla, Kylie Swider (Tabor) MVP: Gabi Bailey (Lawrence Academy)   MASS BAY INDEPENDENT LEAGUE BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY Connor Reif, Richard O’Keefe (Brimmer); Benny Magid, Nicholas Holt-Doucette (Boston University Academy); Ethan Wood, Will Stomberg (Waring); Brendan Matulis (Newman); Ben Duffy-Howard, Jack Zhang (Cambridge School of Weston); Tyler Sandy, David Arlos-Viaud, Sam Donlin, Jake McConathy (Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall); Edward Backman, Kevin Peng, Kyle Smith (Boston Trinity Academy) MVR: Connor Reif GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY Emily Carrigan, Emily Grape (Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall); Caiti Cullen, Elisabeth Ellervik (Brimmer); Olivia Moran (Landmark); Sophia Palumbo, Cordelia Rozmiarek (Waring); Katie Baum, Bella Patel (Cambridge School of Weston) MVR: Emily Carrigan BOYS SOCCER DIV. 1: Joshua Gans, Ben Kotton, Alex Ring, Elijah Wiesman, Jared Lipsey (Gann); Jo Tran, Dan Mawhinney, Karel Durant, Everett Upton (Boston Trinity); Justin Ewing, Jared Heller, Ben Ernest (Brimmer); Aly Guindo, Jinda Long (Newman); Jacob Knowlton (Covenant Christian Academy); Connor Wickles (Cambridge School of Weston); Konrad Ellis (Waring); Curtis Amory (Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall) MVP: Joshua Gans DIV. 2: Rohan Prabhu, Ewan Henderson, Nicola Dobrev, Will Reason, Kourosh Ghaffari (Boston University Academy); Anay Mehta, Xander Seguin, Nicholas Fomin, Sid Simon (Commonwealth); Dakota Rochette, Slavik Sukhovtsev, Kacey Monahan (Marie Philip School) MVP: Rohan Prabhu