Oliver Sweeney

18 Jul 19
Bills Wire

Bills training camp will get underway in a few days. Bills Wire’s Jeremy Juhasz released his final 53-man roster projection last week, and now it’s Bradley Gelber’s turn to take a swing at predicting the regular-season roster in Buffalo. With that, here’s his final 53-man roster projection: Quarterback (2) Josh Allen, Matt Barkley With Allen […]

16 Jul 19
Vancouver Sun

The winners of the 37th Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards showcase Vancouver’s vibrant stagecraft.

15 Jul 19
Bills Wire

The Bills are going to get after it in less than two weeks as the 2019 edition of training camp is set to get underway. There’s questions, concerns and roster battles set to take place all summer long. How will things look when the dust settles? There’s always a few surprises, but here’s our first […]

15 Jul 19
Bills Wire

EA Sports previously released how rookies stacked up against one another in their upcoming edition of their NFL video game, Madden 20. Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Ed Oliver was the second-best rated rookie. On Monday, EA Sports dropped the rest of the ratings for the NFL and Bills. Here’s a full breakdown of the Bills’ […]

15 Jul 19
Art & Architecture Quarterly

ANNOUNCES INTERN RUN PRODUCTION INCOGNITO AUGUST 8 – 10 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bay Street Theater and Sag Harbor Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the summer intern production, INCOGNITO by Nick Payne, directed by Bay Street’s Directing/Producing intern Kellie M. Beck and starring Bay Street Theater’s 2019 Acting Apprentices. This production will run as a show directed, produced, designed and […]

14 Jul 19
Carol Ann Hilton

At the marriage of Miss Alma Botsford Rorick and Howell Ormsbie Wilson, of Morenci, Mich., will be duly solemnized this afternoon at 4:30 o’clock, at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rorick, in Crescent Avenue, in the presence of the immediate families and a few friends, the attendant will be Mrs. […]

11 Jul 19
Boston Herald
ALL SCHOLASTICS BOYS TRACK DAVID AJAMA, LOWELL The senior excelled at the Division 1 East meet this season, finishing first in the high jump and second in the the triple jump and long jump. Ajama set a school record with a 6-10 1/4 in the high jump to qualify as an All-American at New Balance Nationals. The University of Connecticut commit also owns the school record in the triple jump with a 46-3 1/2. MANGE CAMARA, WATERTOWN The Middlesex League co-MVP placed first in the Division 4 East meet with a 48.39 in the 400 as well as first in All-States with a 48.29. In the State Coaches Invitational he placed first in the 400 with a time of 48.39 and finished second with a 47.73 in New Balance Invitationals. The New Balance Indoor Track All-American in the 400, Camara will be attending Northeastern in the fall. WESLEY CHUNG, WESTFORD ACADEMY The senior pole vaulter set a personal record of 13-0 this season. The Dual County All-Star is a two-time Division 1 Eastern champion pole vaulter as well as a Dual County League champion. He ran at New Balance Nationals in the sprint medley in indoor track. The high honor roll student will be attending Northeastern in the fall. JON DIAZ, BROOKLINE The Bay State Conference All-Star took home the championship in the 800 in both the Division 1 East (1:54.74) and All State (1:54.41) meets this season. Diaz set his personal best at the Weston Twilight meet with a 1:53.29. The NYU commit earned All-American honors as part of the 4×800 relay in the New Balance Nationals with a fourth-place finish. AIDAN FELTY, INNOVATION ACADEMY One of the more dominant throwers in recent years, the senior capped off his stellar career in fine fashion. Felty was the Division 4, All-State and New England champion in the shot put, while winning the discus in both the Div. 4 and All-State events. The two-time All-Scholastic will continue his athletic career at Duke in the fall. LUCAS FROST, TEWKSBURY The two-time Merrimack Valley Conference, Division 3 and All-State champion finished third in New Englands and set a personal best with a throw of 194-2. A multisport athlete, Frost was a first-team all-conference selection in soccer. The senior graduated cum laude and plans to major in engineering while throwing javelin at the University of Rhode Island. MATTHEW KLEIMAN, CONCORD-CARLISLE The three-time Dual County League champion took first place in the All-State mile with a 4:17.42. The senior set a personal best with a 4:15.31 mile this season and finished in eighth place at the New Balance Nationals. The high honor roll and National Honor Society member will be attending John Hopkins University in the fall. RICHMOND KWAATENG, LOWELL The junior placed first in the long jump at the Division 1 East meet with a 23-10 as well as placing first in All States with a 23-5. He has the school record in the 100 meters with a 10.70 and also won the 2018 100-meter races in the Division 1 East, All-State and New England meets. The honor roll student also plays basketball. RYAN OOSTING, ARLINGTON The eight-time All-American and nine-time state champion set a new meet record in the Division 2 East 2-mile with an 8:59.36. The Stanford-bound Oosting also won the All-State title with a time of 9:12.19. The 2018 cross country Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year owns 15 school records and eight course records for his career. The two-time Middlesex League MVP also is a three-time outdoor track Middlesex League All-Star. DAVID PETERS, STOUGHTON The junior won the 110-meter hurdles at the Hockomock League championship, Division 3 championship and All-State championship meets while finishing as runner-up at the New England championship meet. His personal record in the 110-meter hurdles was 13.99 in the All-State meet. Peters also plays football and plans on studying electrical engineering when he graduates in 2020. CHRISTIAN PULSELLI, PEMBROKE The Patriot League MVP placed first in the Division 3 East meet 400 with a 48.62. The senior placed second in All-States and third in New Englands. The honor roll student also plays soccer and will be doing that at the University of Michigan in the fall. CAMERON RODGERS, DURFEE The Big Three All-Conference team member finished as All-State runner-up with a 54.04 in the 400-meter hurdles and had a score of 3,349 to place second in the pentathlon at All-States as well. The senior has seven school records and also plays football. He will be attending UMass-Dartmouth in the fall. NOAH SWEENEY, ACTON-BOXBORO The four-time team captain and two-time team MVP is also a six-time Dual County League All-Star and four-time Division 1 champion. The two-time All-State champ and six-time New Balance qualifier is an honor roll student. The senior will be running track and studying communications in the fall at Northeastern. JORDAN WILLIAMS, BROCKTON The Big Three All-Star and champion set a Division 1 East meet record with a score of 3,504 in the pentathlon as well as a Div. 1 East meet record with a 53.3 in the 400. The senior also won All-States in the 400 and pentathlon. The MSTCA Athlete of the Year will be studying health science at UMass-Lowell in the fall. MATTHEW ZAWASKI, BISHOP FEEHAN The Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star member was captain of his team and was an All-State champion in the 200 while also winning the Division 3 East 200, 100 and 4×100. The national qualifier in the 200, 4×100 and 4×200 also plays soccer. An honor roll student, Zawaski will be running track at Sacred Heart University in the fall. ACTON-BOXBORO 4×100 Seniors Ryan Casebolt and Noah Sweeney, junior Felix Huang and sophomore Jacob Kuo were a part of the Division 1 East and All-State relay champion teams. They ran a 42.51 to win All-States. Casebolt will be going to UMass-Lowell in the fall and Sweeney will be going to Northeastern. Huang is an honor student and National Honor Scoiety member. Kao is part of the Spanish Honor Society and is a four-time Dual County League All-Star. NEEDHAM 4×400 The senior team of Tommy Jordan, Cameron McLeod, Shermar Scott and Alex Warner won the All-State meet with a time of 3:19.55. Jordan was named Bay State Conference MVP and will be attending UMass-Lowell in the fall. McLeod is a four-time BSC All-Star and will be going to Boston University. Scott is attending Assumption College on a four-year merit scholarship in the fall.  As for Warner, the National Honor Society member and three-time BSC All-Star will be running at the University of Vermont. WELLESLEY 4×800 Seniors Bennett MacDougall and Colby Zarle, and juniors Jason Norris and Jackson O’Toole won the All-State title with a time of of 7:52.63. Zarle is a two-time Bay State Conference All-Star, a National Honor Society member and will be competing at Brown University in the fall in both cross country and track. O’Toole is also a member of the National Honor Society and plans to study engineering after graduating in 2020. MacDougall also ran cross country and indoor track and will attend Richmond, while Norris will return for his senior year. ALL-STARS ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE Kevin Arseneaux (Dennis-Yarmouth); David Doherty, Aiden Wahsington, Marvel Nicholson, Marcus Gonsalves (Falmouth); Matt Cahill, Jacob Pearl, Robert Freeman, Ta-Bin Brown, Tyreese Ferguson, Christian Augat (Nauset); Liam Howell, Korey Jones, Marcus Friedel, Jeff Thomas, Nick Valiante, Troy Galler, Nate Moore, Clay MacDonald, Drew Pesko (Marshfield) BAY STATE CONFERENCE Mark Manuel, Lucas Aramburu, Stewart Griffin, Jon Diaz (Brookline); Ben Burgess (Framingham); Smith Charles, Isaiah Woodley, Luke Botsford (Milton); Daniel Dubsky, Alec Laurent , Josh Christensen (Natick); Ben Keegan, Alex Warner, Tommy Jordan, Cam McLeod (Needham); Theo Burba, Henry Sobieszczyk, Max Klein, Alex Sherman, Marco Leo, Otis Love (Newton North); Shane Grant, Jack O’Meara, James Berton (Walpole); Colby Zarle, Nolan Mark, Jason Norris, Ryan Reed, Max Stakun-Pickering (Wellesley); Hunter Marino, Ronan Folan, Christian Quinn (Weymouth) MVP: Tommy Jordan BIG THREE Cameron Rodgers, Ignatius Mudoh (Durfee); Jordan Williams, Isaiah Laguerre, Marvin Dure, Allan Bellevue, Jahsiah Montissol, Kevin McCarthy, Javier Donegan, Immanuel Fernandes, Zion Barber-Amado, Malcolm Morris, Christopher Delva, Aaron Jackson, Joseph Asare Jr., Joseph Lucas (Brockton); Jon Rosa, Carlos Alves, Jack Pereira, Simplice Tagne (New Bedford) BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Timothy Lambright (O’Bryant); Wellington Arias, Ke’Brant Almand, Douglas Alvardo, Christopher Michel (Charlestown); Nimo Stuppard (Latin Academy); Courtney Chong (Burke) CAPE AND ISLANDS Peter Burke, Nate Packer, JoJo Bonneau, Owen Porterfield (Martha’s Vineyard); Ryder Robbins, Steven Young, Aiden Melton, Perry Comeau (Monomoy); Colby Barnes, Aidan Smith (Sturgis); Acher Estinvil (Cape Cod Tech) MVP: Colby Barnes CAPE ANN LEAGUE Peter Lopata, 4×800 relay, Jack Clohisy (Pentucket); Sam Fitzpatrick, Paul Wertz, Evan Antonakes (Ipswich); Sam Acquaviva (Newburyport); 4×100 relay, William Lord (North Reading); Tyler Stranc, Joseph Delmonico, Diego Fernandez, Joshua Stevens, 4×400 relay (Triton); Brett Cohen, Anthony Floramo, Ben Kramich (Lynnfield); Austin Paul (Masconomet) ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Diego Fernandez CATHOLIC CENTRAL LARGE Siveny Augustin, Vijay Blair, Sean McA’Nulty, Marc-Andy Mexil (Archbishop Williams); Jamal Larsen (Arlington Catholic); Eric Anderson, Nathaniel Andrews, Colby Browne, Wyatt Burr, Sonny Gosselin, Aiden Hill, Nick Manginello, Brendan Mirra, Ryan O’Connor, Ryan Radzik, Simon Vinci, Sean Walsh, Joseph Zizza (Bishop Fenwick); Michael Bowen, Jayden Germana, Will McAlpine (Cardinal Spellman); Brendan Evangelista (Cathedral); Taban Manyok (St. Mary’s) MVP: Taban Manyok COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC LEAGUE Jazmaney Reyes, Justin Turner, Jose Morales, Julio Valladares (Chelsea); Elvin Gonzalez, Angel Hernandez (Lynn Tech); Andrew Boga, Cedric Garcia, Vincent Brazzo, Michael Medeiros, Jaiden Anja (Essex Tech); Shamil Diaz, Edward Adams, Pablo Mora, Randy Rodriguez, Ader Mezidor, Johan Cedano, Alvin Torres, Shamil Diaz (Greater Lawrence); Joe Troche, Dylan Bishop, Ryan Lukic, Shawn Murphy, Evan Wilkins (Greater Lowell); Noah Depasacreta, Jams Kimball, Ben Sheehan (Nashoba Tech); Steven Corliss, Kevin Shapleigh, Tyrese Jones, Zachary Sanderson, Josh Yandoli (Northeast); Ralph Derosiers, Jason Myers, Gavin Pigott, Ryan Smith, Mike Reppucci, Derek Costello, Michael Pustizzi, Dan Archibald, Stephan Saint-Juste, Anthony DiCesare (Shawsheen); Crisdaury Ayala, Shane Rafferty, Joshua Rousseau, Jaryd Plante (Whittier) MVPs: Elvin Gonzalez, Vincent Brazzo HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Colin Levis, David Cataloni (Attleboro); Junior Sainvil, Thomas Pulcini (Canton); Cam Harrington, Dylan Kehoe, Michael Hagen, Nicholas Calitri, Tyler Brogan (Franklin); Michael Griffin, Michael Norberg, Terrell Jacobs-Baston (King Philip); Andrew Williams, Anthony Comer, Colbey Eason, Greg Waters, Jason Windvogel, Patrick Heavey (Mansfield); Anthony GhalbounI, Hugo Lopes, Joseph Madden, Rafaell Feliciano (Milford); Emmett Ruote, Jacob Petersen, Liam Conway, Liam Monahan, Omar Jasseh, Owen Nassaney, P.J. Gilpatrick (North Attleboro); Aaron MacDonald, Zane Reservitz (Oliver Ames); Marc Davanzo, Patrick McManus (Sharon); Anthony Pizzano, Christopher Ais, David Peters, Elisha Teneus-Claude (Stoughton); Steven Westgate (Taunton) MVP: David Peters MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Zackary Mlynek, Jamison DeFaria (Bishop Connolly); Jason Beaulieu (Tri-County); Josiah McBride-Bey, Alex Longacre, Kevin Opoku, Romani Alicea, Gabrile Etim, Steevens Laurole, Jamari Cundiff, Jayden Cosme, James Cordan, Goubai Pires (Southeastern); James Vacanti, Jason Copp, Topher Frank (Diman) OVERALL MVP: Romani Alicea MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE Andrews Bonsu, Ben Kyeremeh, 4×100 relay, 4×800 relay, Richmond Kwaateng, David Ajama, Kelvin Santana (Lowell); Eduardo Rosario, Alex Suarez, 4×100 relay, Eddy Gonzalez, Jeremil German (Lawrence); Sean Glass, Hayden Makerow, Keith May, Roan Marcano, 4×400 relay, Stanley Hanci (Methuen); Beau Bernadeau, Evan Saindon, 4×100 relay, 4×800 relay, Trevor Nassar (North Andover); Dominic Tritto, Anthony Caggianelli, Dimetri Morris, James Pothier, Evan Millis, Joe Howshan (Central Catholic); Jovan Aigbekaen, William Peters, Patrick Pinto (Dracut); Lucas Frost, Zach Lalonde (Tewksbury); Steven Imperillo (Chelmsford); Michael Makiej (Andover); 4×400 relay (Billerica) MIDDLESEX LEAGUE LIBERTY: Alex Hiser, Michael Gupta, Yianni Zavaliagkos, Micah Benson, Joe Tibbles, Liam Cotter, Adam Bernstein, Salvador Jaramillo, Eli Gappelberg, Colin Breen, Kazu Uda-Thach, Alex Murphy, Traver Smith, Juno Daciuk (Lexington); Cedrick Toussant (Belmont); Kyle Dumas, Jonny Brezenski, Chris Wheeler, Drew Anderson, Kevin Craven, Jaden Wilson, Josh Klayes (Reading); Andre Klimkiewicz (Woburn); Jeff Candell, Aidan Woog McGinty, Ilan Saenz Grant, Roger Buckley (Arlington); Merrill Barnes, Rafael Burger (Belmont); William Coakley (Winchester) FREEDOM: Mange Camara, Nathan Follett (Watertown); Steven Humphreys, Christian Boyadijev, Brandon Cascio, Andrew Woods, Johnson Magada, Colin Nguyen, Tommy DeRosa, Tim Pinkham, James Johnson, Kenan Wilson (Burlington); Greg Adamek, Kevin Elderd, Brian Elderd, Jake Danieli, Tyler Thomas, Colin Rooney, Sam Juergens, Sean Riley, Aidan McGrath, Matt Chisholm, Mike Fothergill, Richard Stuart, Jeandre Abel, Ankur Neogi (Wilmington); Wesley Pierre, Casey Brackett, Eli Gosselin-Smoske, Tucker Strikeman, Thomas Galvin, Trevor Zupan, Bradel Diaz, Matt Roberto (Wakefield); Nathan Monges, Liam Rittenburg, Jonathan Fortier (Melrose); Michael DeLeo, Eoin Dooley, James Kotowski, Nick Alves (Stoneham) MVPs: Mange Camara, Kenan Wilson NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Jaichaun Jones (Beverly); Jackson Anderson, Worlf Malivert, Asley Ventura, Robert McCarthy, Jackson Christie, Killian Palmer, Ronan Fitzgerald, Anton Vasquez, Jackson Brigham (Somerville); Anthony Spignese (Danvers); William Kenney (Gloucester); Ruan Silva (Malden): Devin Romain, Cam Heafitz (Marblehead); Tristen Howard (Medford); Kemani Jackson, Antonio Craveiro, Claudio Rocha, Jacob Farhat, Ryan Buchanan, Matt Davidson, Jacob Hawthorne (Peabody); Ryan Doucette (Revere) MVP: Jaichaun Jones, Jackson Anderson OLD COLONY LEAGUE Matthew Fredo, Noah Carlson (Barnstable); Mark Good, Brendan Morin, Alex Mathis, Mitchell Taradash (Dartmouth) PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Sam Stapinski, Friend Weiler (Duxbury); Christopher Tilton, Tristan Arendt, Jacob Belcher, Alex Loyd (Silver Lake); Alex Hill, Ryan Shetzline, Evan Lamlein, Brian Fennelly, Harry Hull, Will O’Donnell (Hingham); Theophilos Kamperides (Whitman-Hanson); Brady Sorensen, Jeff Yang, Jake Dwyer, Will Dion (Plymouth North) MVP: Brady Sorensen FISHER: Ethan Bush (Hanover); Carter Nevulis, Tristan Reynolds, Nick Zeoli, Strickland Davis, James Kernan (Plymouth South), Christian Pulselli, Spencer Gagnon, Luke Chapman, Cole Radke, Grant Hall, Drew Hall, Rob Kay, Will Reggiro, Connor Sullivan, Tony Sulfaro, Declan Harkins, Cam Maggiore (Pembroke) MVP: Christian Pulselli TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE Matt Long (Ashland); Cam Picard, Jayden Caron, Akeen Wynn, Philip Jones (Bellingham); Cameron Bernard, William Chu, Ryan Kelleher, Max O’Connor, Paul DeVirgilio (Dedham); Oliver Fried, Danny Bennett, Sam Litle, Will Brown, Tylan Mendes, Noah Guarini, Oren Wiemeyer, Spencer Robbins (Dover-Sherborn); Sean Keast, Cam Connell, Carter Mikkelsen, Luke Campbell, Henry Dolan (Holliston): Ben Powers, Ian Cann, Alex Brown, Devin Kelly, Dan Logan, Garrett Powers (Hopkinton); Ryan Eng, Colin Benson, Bryan Qian (Medfield); Collin McGlynn (Medway); Paul Wisnaskas, Corey Stalters, Austin Carroll, D.J. Nihill (Norton); Aidan Mulligan, Solomon King (Norwood); Zach Conant, Matt DeAnglis, Liam Dullea, Matt Donlon, Pat Garratt (Westwood) MVPs: Carter Mikkelsen, Paul Wisnaskas
10 Jul 19
Boston Herald
GIRLS LACROSSE ALL-SCHOLASTICS MADISON AHERN, NOTRE DAME The senior midfielder secured the only missing piece to her illustrious resume this season by helping the Cougars claim a Division 1 state title. The University of Notre Dame commit tallied 117 goals and 54 assists this season and holds the program record for career points (631) and goals (435). Ahern is a four-time Under Armour All-American and a 2019 U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American. GRACE ARTHUR, MARBLEHEAD It was another stellar season for the senior midfielder, who displayed balanced offensive production. Arthur was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American for the third time in her career. She also earned Northeastern Conference MVP honors and was an EMGLCA First Team All-Star selection. Arthur finished her career with 186 goals and 213 assists for 399 points. MADDY BALTER, WELLESLEY Despite missing the first six games of the season because of injury, the Northwestern-bound senior midfielder still tallied 51 goals and 16 assists. For her efforts, Balter was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American and EMGLCA First Team All-Star, both for the second time. The Bay State Conference Carey MVP totaled 218 goals and 68 assists for her career and is an honor roll student. MAEVE BARKER, NEEDHAM A two-time captain, the senior attack recorded 61 goals, 30 assists and 119 draw controls this season. She was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American and Academic All-American while also earning EMGLCA First Team All-Star recognition. A member of Needham’s state champion squad from 2017, Barker finished her career with 191 goals and 85 assists. A National Honor Society member, she will play lacrosse next year at Johns Hopkins. JULIA BARRY, DUXBURY The senior midfielder was the catalyst for the Dragons by compiling 71 goals, 50 assists, 80 ground balls and 45 caused turnovers this season. She was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American, EMGLCA First Team All-Star and retained her Patriot League MVP honors. Barry finished her career with 370 points. She is an honor roll student and will play lacrosse next year at Boston College. SOPHIA BRINDISI, LINCOLN-SUDBURY Only a sophomore, the midfielder turned in a stellar season for the Warriors as she recorded 61 goals and 45 assists. For her efforts, Brindisi was named an EMGLCA First Team All-Star and a Dual County League All-Star. She played on the Under Armour All-America Underclass Tournament New England Highlight Team. She is a member of Mentors in Violence Prevention. LILLY CALLAHAN, NEEDHAM The junior, who is verbally committed to the University of Notre Dame, starred between the pipes for the Rockets this season. She made 164 saves, good for a 57 percent save percentage. Callahan was named an EMGLCA First Team All-Star and a U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American. The captain-elect also plays field hockey and is a member of National Honor Society. GIANNA CAMERON, FRANKLIN The junior goalie and University of Oregon commit stood tall in net for the 20-win Panthers once again by making 161 saves and posting a 51 percent save percentage along with a 6.9 goals against average. Cameron was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American, EMGLCA First Team All-Star and a Hockomock League All-Star. She also is a three-year varsity hockey player. ALLIE CONNERTY, NORWELL The sophomore midfielder continued to be a dynamic force for the Clippers this season by accumulating 58 goals and 29 assists. For her efforts, Connerty was named an EMGLCA First Team All-Star. Connerty already has won lacrosse and soccer state titles in her high school career. She hopes to a play a sport in college and is an honor roll student. CAROLINE DAVIS, LINCOLN-SUDBURY The junior midfielder contributed in many facets to the Warriors success, including scoring 46 goals and adding 29 assists and 139 draw controls. She was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American, EMGLCA First Team All-Star and Dual County League All-Star. She also plays soccer and basketball. An honor roll student, Davis is verbally committed to the University of Michigan. SOPHIA DiCENSO, FOXBORO An elite midfielder, DiCenso put the finishing touches on her stellar career with the Warriors this season. She netted 61 goals and 48 assists to be named a US Lacrosse All-American and an EMGLCA First Team All-Star. A member of the USA U19 lacrosse team, DiCenso tallied 244 goals and 142 assists in her career. A member of National Honor Society, DiCenso will play at the University of Richmond. ALEX FINN, WESTWOOD The Boston College-bound senior attack and captain showcased a superior offensive ability by recording 86 goals and 96 assists this season. Finn was named the Tri-Valley League MVP for the second time along with earning U.S. Lacrosse All-American and EMGLCA First Team All-Star honors. For her career, she totaled 230 goals and 223 assists. An honor roll student, Finn also was an accomplished basketball player. JULIA GREENE, NOTRE DAME The senior midfielder and Stanford University commit’s all-around stellar play was essential to the Cougars’ run to a Division 1 state title. Greene recorded 38 goals, six assists, 41 ground balls, 31 caused turnovers and 50 draw controls this season. Greene is a three-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American and a two-time EMGLCA First Team All-Star. Greene is an honor roll student. MOLLY GREER, COHASSET The junior midfielder was an offensive force for the Division 2 state champion Skippers. She compiled 132 points from 58 goals and a single-season program record 74 assists along with recording 104 ground balls and 98 draw controls. Greer was named an EMGLCA First Team All-Star and a South Shore League All-Star. Greer also plays field hockey and basketball and is a National Honor Society member. JANE HANSEN, COHASSET The Northwestern-bound midfielder’s dynamic play led the way to Cohasset’s second Division 2 state title in three years. Hansen tallied 101 goals and 50 assists as she earned U.S. Lacrosse All-American honors. She also was named an EMGLCA First Team All-Star and the South Shore League Player of the Year. Hansen finished her illustrious career with 304 goals and 168 assists. ANNIE HILSINGER, NORWELL The senior midfielder’s all-around stellar play was essential to the Clippers. She not only totaled 38 goals and 32 assists, but also recorded 31 interceptions and 55 contested ground balls. For her efforts, she was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American, an EMGLCA First Team All-Star and a South Shore League All-Star. A member of National Honor Society, she will study business at Marquette University. FIONA McGOWAN, WESTWOOD The senior midfielder made a significant impact for the 22-win Wolverines. McGowan registered 64 goals, 21 assists and 101 draw controls to be named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American for a second time. She also garnered EMGLCA First Team All-Star honors. McGowan also was a Tri-Valley League All-Star and will continue her lacrosse career next year at UMass. HALEY O’CONNOR, IPSWICH A balanced offensive approach keyed the junior midfielder’s effectiveness as she recorded 51 goals and 52 assists along with 80 draw controls this season. She earned U.S. Lacrosse All-American and EMGLCA First Team All-Star honors. O’Connor also was named a Cape Ann League All-Star. A high honors student, she also captains the volleyball team. O’Connor is committed to play lacrosse at Old Dominion University. ISABELLA POMEROY, MANCHESTER ESSEX The senior goalie turned in a sensational season for the Division 2 state finalist Hornets. She made 236 saves this season for a 66.8 percent save percentage. For her efforts, she was named the Cape Ann League Baker Player of the Year and an EMGLCA First Team All-Star. Also a soccer and basketball player, Pomeroy is a National Honor Society member and will study biomedical engineering at UMass. MAGGIE PONS, NEWBURYPORT The junior attack starred for the Clippers this season by tallying 104 goals and 22 assists. Pons was named the Cape Ann League Kinney Player of the Year and an EMGLCA First Team All-Star. She also earned US Lacrosse Academic All-American honors. A high honor roll student, Pons also plays field hockey and basketball. Pons is committed to Cornell University. SYDNEY SCALES, WALPOLE The Boston College commit and junior midfielder continued to excel by registering 73 goals, 35 assists, 120 ground balls and 155 draw controls for the Division 1 East champion Rebels. Scales was named the Bay State Conference Player of the Year, a U.S. Lacrosse All-American and an EMGLCA First Team All-Star. She also is an accomplished field hockey and basketball player and is a National Honor Society member. LEXI SCHMALZ, NEEDHAM After transferring from BB&N to Needham, the Duke-bound senior midfielder made an immediate impact by netting 102 goals and 40 assists this season. For her efforts, she was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American for the second time. She also earned EMGLCA First Team All-Star and Bay State Conference All-Star honors. Also an All-Scholastic hockey player, Schmalz was the Jewish Cultural Club president. LILY TARDIF, WAYLAND The senior midfielder capped her high school career in style by notching 69 goals, 31 assists and 71 draw controls. She earned U.S. Lacrosse All-American, EMGLCA First Team All-Star, and Dual County League All-Star honors for the third consecutive year. She tallied 338 goals and 88 assists for her career. Tardif, who will play lacrosse next year at Georgetown University, also played field hockey and ran indoor track. AUDRA TOSONE, WALPOLE The UMass-bound senior midfielder was a catalyst for the Division 1 East champion Rebels by recording 69 goals, 38 assists, 130 ground balls and 111 draw controls. She was named a US Lacrosse All-American, EMGLCA First Team All-Star and Bay State Conference All-Star for the second time. An accomplished field hockey and hockey player, Tosone is a high honors student. AVA VASILE, MEDWAY The senior midfielder and captain was sensational this season by registering 77 goals, 24 assists and 171 draw controls. She was named the Tri-Valley League Small MVP and an EMGLCA First Team All-Star for the second time and also earned U.S. Lacrosse All-American honors. A member of National Honor Society, Vasile also is an accomplished soccer player and track runner. She will continue her lacrosse career at the University of Vermont. FALLON VAUGHN, CONCORD-CARLISLE The junior midfielder spearheaded a young Patriots’ squad that made a Division 1 East final appearance. This season, Vaughn was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American, an EMGLCA First Team All-Star and Dual County League All-Star. She earned MVP honors at a US Lacrosse tournament, too. A member of National Honor Society, Vaughn is committed to Yale University. ANNIE WALSH, FRANKLIN The Boston College-bound senior midfielder played an essential role for the 20-win Panthers. She tallied 87 goals and 28 assists along with 112 draw controls this season and finished with 326 career points. She was named a US Lacrosse All-American and an EMGLCA First Team All-Star for the third time. A four-time Hockomock League All-Star and an honor roll student, Walsh will study business in college. ERIN WALSH, FRANKLIN The junior midfielder is committed to Boston College and turned in another dazzling season. She netted 77 goals, 52 assists and 53 draw controls for the 20-win Panthers. She was named a US Lacrosse All-American, an EMGLCA First Team All-Star and also earned Hockomock League All-Star honors. Walsh enjoys working at Prospect Hill day care and plays club lacrosse for Mass Elite. ALL-STARS ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE Sam Gorrasi, Ingrid Knaus, Tatum LaRochelle, Leah Mahoney, Claire Moniz, Hanlyn O’Neil (Sandwich); Nicole Bergeron, Molly Carroll, Lexi Dahlquist, Caroline Markley, Molly Shaw (Marshfield); Lindsey Bosselman, Quinn O’Rourke, Madison Robichaud (Falmouth); Maddy Daley, Chloe Dulac, Melissa Ednie (Nauset) BAY STATE CONFERENCE Maeve Barker, Lexi Schmalz, Grace Kelley, Chloe Newman, Lilly Callahan (Needham); Olivia DiManno (Milton); Georgia Parker (Framingham); Eva Baumann (Brookline); Alida Parkman, Emily Cox (Newton North); Audra Tosone, Sydney Scales, Abby McLaughlin, Nikki Griffin (Walpole); Erin Doyle (Weymouth); Maja Desmond, Maddy Balter, Nicole Beckett, Brooke Baker (Wellesley); Victoria Norchi, Zoe Sullivan, Molly Burnes (Natick); Libby Burchill (Braintree) MVPs: Sydney Scales, Maddy Balter CAPE AND ISLANDS Addy Hayman, Alexis Condon, Lila Mikos, Louise McDonald (Martha’s Vineyard); Ainsley Ramsey, Emma Keeler, Maria Medeiros, Bailey Jordan (Falmouth Academy); Victoria Butler, Melissa Van Cott, Maggie Buckley (St. John Paul); Abby Wallace, Maddy Flaherty, Kaitlyn Lyons (Monomoy); Paige Albertson, Alexa Aloisi (Nantucket); Sophie Cook, Ciara Morrison (Sturgis West); Jade McNair (Cape Cod Academy); Hanna Blake (Sturgis East) MVPs: Addy Hayman, Ainsley Ramsey CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE LARGE: Ellie Richards, Amanda Williams, Maeve Crehan, Alyssa Vounessea, Sarah Sweeney, Jessie Spada (Austin Prep); Codi Butt, Mady Hentosh, Sherly Feliz, Lauren Viccaro, Kelsey Sullivan (St. Mary’s); Abby DaCosta, Allie Delmonte, Haley Mullen, Mel McClay (Archbishop Williams); Cailyn Wesley, Karina Gyllenhaal, Brynn Bertucci, Madison Woods (Bishop Fenwick); Marjorie Tobin, Kathryn Lysko (Cardinal Spellman); Kylie McCarthy, Jamie Powderly (Arlington Catholic) MVPs: Ellie Richards, Codi Butt SMALL: Emily Jussaume, Ali Dresser, Patricia Adesanya (Lowell Catholic); Katelynn O’Connor, McKenna Wech (St. Joseph’s Prep); Carolyn Mahoney (Matignon) MVP: Emily Jussaume DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE LARGE: Fallon Vaughn, Sadie O’Neil, Gabrielle Mirak, Courtney Sepucha, Natalie Slade, Emily Harrington (Concord-Carlisle); Sophia Brindisi, Caroline Davis, Catrina Tobin, Karly vanLeer, Maizy Veitch (Lincoln-Sudbury); Carly Camphausen, Lily Tardif, Kate Balicki, Caroline Lampert (Wayland); Caitlin O’Sullivan, Margo Matz, Eliza Shamah (Acton-Boxboro); Morgan Freud, Abby Katz, Mary Cadogan (Westford Academy) SMALL: Caitlyn Tabors, Emma Inouye, Lia Herzig, Anjali May, June Trodden, Kenzie Epperson (Weston); Reagan O’Brien, Quinlan O’Brien, Abigail Elsbree, Claire Lakus, Tessa Wright (Boston Latin); Isabella Stuzynski, Olivia Harrington, Joelle DeLia, Alexandra Zorn (Bedford); Taylor Paterson, Bella Ertel, Danielle LaCamera (Newton South); Skye Whitlock, Claudia Dyer (Cambridge); Breah LaForest (Waltham) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Kyra Lyons (Attleboro); Caroline Tourgee, Sara Addeche, Meghan Curran, Sophia DiCenso, Jaime Notarangelo (Foxboro); Gianna Cameron, Kelsey MacCallum, Hailey Toolin, Annie Walsh, Erin Walsh (Franklin); Caroline Klim, Jessica Sullivan, Victoria Tormey, Caroline Watson (King Philip); Katy Garvin (Mansfield); Savannah Rosado (Milford); Regan Fein, Katie Lindstrom, Lauren Pezzi (North Attleboro); Olivia Piazza (Oliver Ames); Emma Eberhardt, Bridget McManus (Sharon); Alana Tavares (Taunton) MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Sydney Cordeiro (Bristol-Plymouth); Raquel Rodrigues, Molly Lankowski, Catrina Skapik (Old Colony); Maddie Larsen-Molina, Hannah Boyd, Jada Thielen, Kylee Slavik (Sacred Heart); Southeastern (Camryn Gonsalves); Hannah Towle, Lexi Adams (South Shore); Alyssa Rose (Upper Cape) MVP: Raquel Rodrigues MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE Elizabeth Pustis, Shea Krekorian (Andover); Ciera Licare, Caroline Affolter (Central Catholic); Kate Krueger, Sarah Lachance, Erin Green, Claire Danahy, Julia Pitts (Chelmsford); Kelcey Dion, Alison Ferullo, Kelly Corrigan, Abigail Downer, Molly Connolly, Alexandra Swartz (North Andover); Leah Durkin (Dracut); Kaleigh Duham, Hannah Erickson (Lowell) PLAYERS OF THE YEAR: Ciera Licare, Kaleigh Dunham MIDDLESEX LEAGUE LIBERTY: Keira Tangney, Hannah Gohr, Madison Bruzzese, Alex Palermo, Allana Loughan, Kayla Loughman (Reading); Alexa Palmisano, Courtney Cronin, Emma LaRusso, Rachel McLaughlin (Woburn); Ana Linda Ortiz DeRosa, Felice Brennan, Nairi Enright, Anjali Raman (Lexington); Elizabeth Wheeler, Avery Geddes, Ariana Bonacorso, Emma Cabana (Winchester); Corinna Curtis, Annie Cave (Arlington); Carolne Findlay (Belmont) FREEDOM: Lily Cunningham, Abby Cunningham, Emma Randolph, Meghan Fogarty, Ava Palumbo (Melrose); Jolene Russo, Meg McDonald, Alyson Pinkham, Bella Colozzi (Burlington); Jenna Bragalone, Paige Jordan, Erin Wesley, Alexis Saia (Stoneham); Gabby Venezia, Olivia Lampasona, Emma Fallon (Watertown); Erin Heffernan, Sarah Melanson, Brooke Lilley (Wakefield); Cassidy Collins (Wilmington) NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE NORTH: Grace Arthur, Maddie Erskine, Lydia Bongiorno (Marblehead); Meghan Cotraro, Brooke Baekey, Sabrina Beaudry (Beverly); Emerson Laundry, Nikki Rosa, Harper Clopton (Swampscott); Olivia Kiricolples, Hailee Lomasney, Colleen Crotty (Peabody); Ashley Curcuru (Danvers) MVP: Grace Arthur SOUTH: Alivia Burke (Saugus); Emma Carleton, Maura Dorr (Winthrop); Julia Kuhns, Ruby Melvin, Caroline O’Leary (Gloucester); Kaitlyn Mini, Ana Oliveira, Francesca Reyes (Malden); Madison White (Salem); Taylor Sujko, Kiana Napolitano, Jenna Wells (Revere) MVP: Kiana Napolitano OLD COLONY LEAGUE Heather Hanson (Barnstable); Colleen Campbell, Gina-Marie Ricciotti, Isabella Calvani, Hayley Mason (Bridgewater-Raynham); Chloe Martinez, Sophia Reardon, Claire Smith, Kelly Medeiros, Sorelle Lawton (Dartmouth) PATRIOT LEAGUE FISHER: Caroline Gordon, Maeve McCarthy, Sydney Weber, Megan Ross, Clare Connolly, Olivia Hussey (Hanover); Sara Irish, Ellie Foley, Sophie Spaulding, Mia Peterson, Lila McGuiggin (Scituate); Katherine Galligan, Nicole Rinkus, Finley Gough (Pembroke); Jordan Colbert, Rebecca Sylvestre (Plymouth South); Maggie Martin (Quincy); Olivia Murray (North Quincy) MVP: Maeve McCarthy KEENAN: Julia Barry, Eugenie Rovegno, Abby Godwin, Alexandra Gill, Maeve Johnson (Duxbury); Elizabeth Hennessey, Audrey Ehler, Abby Beinfang, Cara Willison (Hingham); Alyssa Murphy, Ann Chapman, Alexandra Thomson (Silver Lake); Caroline Egan, Kathryn Lennon (Plymouth North); Riley Bina (Whitman-Hanson) MVP: Julia Barry SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE SULLIVAN: Annie Hilsinger, Casey Ward, Allie Connerty, Maddie McDonough, Lily Warendorf, Isabel Pithie (Norwell); Maddison Blonde, Nicole Blonde, Hannah Rich, Jenna Burns (Rockland); Marissa McCarthy, Bailey Gardner (East Bridgewater); Nikki Hart (Middleboro) TOBIN: Jane Hansen, Molly Greer, Annie Toomey, Madie Donovan, Kate Cunning, Molly Stephens (Cohasset); Sammie Morry, Ainsley Kiefer, Kristen Kondracki, Julia Tenore (Mashpee); Tess Froio, Lauren Anastos (Hull); Maddie Grafton (Abington) TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE Brynn Moriarty (Ashland); Madison Rella (Dedham); Hope Shue, Annie Parizeau, Sarah Lamson (Dover-Sherborn); Lily Trainor, Lauren Salley, Jenna Shutt (Holliston); Lydia Rudden, Olivia O’Connor, Natalie Calkins, Cami McDonald (Hopkinton): Erin Seibel, Erin Sullivan, Kelly Morrison (Medfield); Ava Vasile, Izzy Jackson, Olivia Heaney (Medway); Alex Finn, Fiona McGowan, Ashley Mackin, Sarah Roycroft (Westwood) MVPs: Ava Vasile, Alex Finn
08 Jul 19
atchistory

If anyone in these photos would like their faces obscured and/or their names removed just ask, its easy to do. These course photographs are mainly reproduced in numerical order. At the end of this post are some anonymous course photos. If you recognise yourself please let us know which course it is. There are some older […]

07 Jul 19
East Midlands Theatre.

Mark Goucher & Gavin Kalin present Joe McElderry, Neil McDermott, Kate Robbins, Emily Tierney and Amelle Berrabah star in the world premiere of new 80’s musical CLUB TROPICANA visiting the Theatre Royal Nottingham from Monday 8 to Saturday 13 July The world premiere of Club Tropicana The Musical by Michael Gyngell, a summer adventure of […]

04 Jul 19
Top Lax Recruits

TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 7/4/19 US Lacrosse has announced the girls’ players selected as 2019 US Lacrosse High School All-Americans. Over 1,300 girls players were recognized for their efforts on and off the field. A US Lacrosse All-American is a player who exhibits superior skills and techniques and possesses exceptional game sense and knowledge. A US Lacrosse […]

03 Jul 19
Ouachita Parish History Tidbits

Fifteen years ago, I was allowed in the basement of the Ouachita Parish Courthouse to nose around in the records. Thrown in the bottom of a filing cabinet, I found some very old coroner’s reports, dating back to 1862. We got permission from the Clerk of Court to spend a couple of weeks down there […]

03 Jul 19
At the BookShelf

Edward Lloyd founded the first million-selling newspaper. William Morris Gallery, Waltham Forest Council Rohan McWilliam, Anglia Ruskin University We live at probably the last moment when press barons such as Rupert Murdoch can hope to shape the political agenda, such are the waning fortunes of the print media. But who founded the popular press – […]

01 Jul 19
Bills Wire

EA Sports released rookie player ratings for their upcoming NFL video game, Madden 20, on Monday. The Buffalo Bills fared pretty well in some aspects. Rookie first-round pick Ed Oliver, the No. 9 overall pick, was rated a 79 overall which was the second-best rating of any rookie player (Quinnen Williams – 80). The game […]