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16 Dec 18
Boston Herald
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(Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: John Roberts, Duxbury, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Will Prouty Duxbury, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Quinn Murphy, Duxbury, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Joseph Howshan Central Catholic, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Xavier Gonsalves, Mashpee, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Anthony Caggianelli, Central Catholic, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Hunter Tully, catholic memorial, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: James Taylor, St Johns Prep, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Matt Severance Lynn English, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Isaac Seide, Everett, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Matt Sannella, Reading, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Hunter Salmon, Catholic memorial, football ALL SCHOLAsTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Mike Sainristil, Everett, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Wes Rockett, St Johns prep, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Keith Ridley Jr., Lynn Classical, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Matt Petercuskie, Barnstable, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Tyler Noe, Old Rochester, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Finn Murray, Acton Boxboro, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Matt McCarthy, Danvers, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Cal Kenney, Lincoln Sudbury, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Christian Keeling, West Bridgewater, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Gilbert Kambamba, Everett, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Khari Johnson, Catholic Memorial, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Geoffrey Jamiel, Dennis Yarmouth, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Nick Gordon, Franklin, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Marcus Gonzalez, tech boston, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Wilson Frederic, Everett, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Lucas Folan, catholic memorial, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Jalen Echevarria, st Mary’s , football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Jay Connolly, Tewksbury, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Mike Ciaffoni, Lincoln Sudbury, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Shane Aylward, Tewksbury, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Christos Argyropoulos, Stoneham, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Dante Vasquez, Rockland, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Trevor Smith, hingham, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Billy Silvia, Braintree, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Kevin Pyne, Milford, football, ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Mike Masse, Xaverian, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Patrick Keefe, St Johns Prep, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Vinnie Holmes, Mansfield, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Devaun Ford, Mashpee, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Lucas Ferraro, Xaverian, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Kevin Dewing, st johns prep, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Cooper DeVeau, xaverian, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Spencer Cassell, hingham, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Brendan Albert, Canton, football ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) Herald All-Scholastics: Football BRENDAN ALBERT, CANTON A key cog defensively, the senior outside linebacker and captain turned in a stellar season for the Div. 5 South finalist Bulldogs. Albert recorded 71 tackles, 10 sacks and three forced fumbles to earn Hockomock League All-Star recognition. He finished his career with 206 tackles and 29 sacks. Albert also captains the lacrosse team. CHRISTOS ARGYROPOULOS, STONEHAM The 6-foot, 200-pound bruising senior running back spearheaded the Spartans run to the program’s first Div. 6 state title this season. He ran for 1,760 yards and 32 touchdowns, including a 42-yard run for the game-winning score in the Super Bowl. For his efforts, Argyropoulos earned Middlesex League MVP honors. SHANE AYLWARD, TEWKSBURY A versatile player at 5-foot-10 and 155 pounds, the junior wide receiver starred for the Div. 3 North champion Redmen. Aylward caught over 50 passes for more than 1,000 yards on his way to being named a Merrimack Valley Conference All-Star. He also plays basketball and volunteers his time with Best Buddies. ANTHONY CAGGIANELLI, CENTRAL CATHOLIC The senior running back and outside linebacker turned in a sensational final season for the Div. 1 North finalist Raiders. Offensively, he accumulated 668 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns while on defense, Caggianelli recorded 70 tackles, two interceptions and two defensive scores. He was named the Merrimack Valley Conference Large Player of the Year. He also runs winter and spring track and hopes to play college football. SPENCER CASSELL, HINGHAM A two-way standout for the Harbormen, the 6-foot-6, 250-pound senior tight end and defensive end made his presence felt by racking up 51 tackles and 11 sacks. The Harvard commit also made 10 receptions for 198 yards and a touchdown. Cassell was named a Patriot League All-Star and scholar athlete. A state champion lacrosse player, Cassell is a member of National Honor Society. MIKE CIAFFONI, LINCOLN-SUDBURY The UMass-bound senior was an integral part along both lines for the Div. 2 North finalist Warriors. Standing at 6-foot-3 and 275 pounds, Ciaffoni made 60 tackles, including 12 tackles for loss, and recorded five sacks from his defensive tackle position. He was named the Dual County League Lineman of the Year and a DCL All-Star. RYAN CLEMENTE, NORTH ATTLEBORO The 6-foot-2, 274-pound senior defensive tackle and offensive guard was a critical piece in the Red Rocketeers’ success. Clemente helped the Red Rocketeers claim a share of the Hockomock League Davenport title for the fourth straight year and was named the Davenport MVP. The Sacred Heart-bound Clemente finished the season with 43 tackles and totaled eight sacks for his career. JAY CONNOLLY, TEWKSBURY It was quite the final season for the senior dual-threat quarterback as the signal caller guided the Redmen to a Div. 3 Super Bowl appearance. Connolly was exceptional throwing the ball throughout his career, as the three-year starter amassed 3,900 career passing yards with more than 40 touchdowns. He was named the Merrimack Valley Conference Div. 2 Player of the Year this season. Connolly is an honor roll student and DECA member. KYLE CONNOLLY, FALMOUTH The junior quarterback could make opposing defenses pay with his arm and legs this season. Connolly rushed for 1,497 yards and 15 touchdowns while passing for an additional seven scores. He also played defensive back and for his efforts was named an Atlantic Coast League All-Star. Connolly also plays baseball and wants to become an athletic trainer or physical therapist. GABE DeSOUZA, NORTH ANDOVER The senior wide receiver and free safety played an immense role to help the Scarlet Knights capture a Div. 2 Super Bowl title this season. Secondaries struggled to cover DeSouza, who totaled 34 receptions for 658 yards and 11 touchdowns. He earned Merrimack Valley Conference All-Star honors. DeSouza finished his career with 85 receptions for 1,617 yards and 20 touchdowns. COOPER DeVEAU, XAVERIAN An instrumental figure on both sides of the ball for the Catholic Conference champion Hawks, the senior wide receiver and strong safety starred in his final season. The offensive MVP of the Catholic Conference, DeVeau had 26 receptions for 485 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, he registered 45 tackles and two interceptions. An honor roll student, DeVeau finished his career with 1,000 receiving yards and also runs track. KEVIN DEWING, ST. JOHN’S PREP The 5-foot-11, 260-pound senior offensive guard and defensive tackle was a force in the trenches to help pave the way to a Div. 1 Super Bowl title this season. For a second straight season, Dewing was named a Catholic Conference All-Star. He also captains the baseball team and is a member of National Honor Society. JALEN ECHEVARRIA, ST. MARY’S In his first season playing for the Spartans, the senior running back and defensive back delivered to lead the way to a Div. 4 North title. The speedster back ran for 1,194 yards and 22 touchdowns to earn Catholic Central League All-Star recognition. Echevarria is also a standout on the basketball court where he earned CCL MVP honors. SCOTT ELLIOTT, HOLLISTON Anchoring both the offensive and defensive lines, the 6-foot-3, 270-pound lineman led the Panthers to another terrific season. Elliot was a dominant force in the trenches and was named co-MVP of the Tri-Valley League. Alongside his lineman duties, he had one rush go for a touchdown this season. Elliott will continue his football career at Harvard. NICK EVANS, ATTLEBORO The 6-foot-3, 265-pound two-way starter was one of the premier linemen in the Hockomock League. Evans served as a captain and anchored the offensive line at left tackle, while recording nearly 40 tackles and three sacks on defense. For his efforts, he was named a Hockomock League All-Star. LUCAS FERRARO, XAVERIAN A force along the offensive and defensive line, the Brown University-bound senior played a pivotal role for the Catholic Conference champion Hawks. The 6-foot-2, 260-pound Ferraro was named the Catholic Conference’s Offensive Lineman of the Year and defensively, 20 of his 30 tackles were for a loss. He also recorded 10 sacks and three forced fumbles. LUCAS FOLAN, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL The 6-foot-2, 235-pound senior defensive end from Weymouth was a sack machine for the Div. 1 state finalist Knights by registering 14 sacks. In total, he recorded 67 tackles and 18 tackles for loss to be named the Catholic Conference’s Defensive Lineman of the Year for the second time. Folan finished his career with 33.5 sacks and is a member of peer ministry. DEVAUN FORD, MASHPEE A staple in the Falcons success which included three-straight Super Bowl titles, the senior running back dazzled once again in his final season. Ford rushed for 951 yards and 19 touchdowns this year to earn South Shore League Player of the Year honors. He finished his career with 3,362 rushing yards and 67 total touchdowns. Ford is also a three-time SSL baskeball All-Star. WILSON FREDERIC, EVERETT The 6-foot-2, 270-pound was a stalwart member of the senior offensive and defensive line for the Crimson Tide. Frederic anchored a stout defensive unit up front by making 52 tackles and also registering four sacks. He also offers to continue his football career from the University of Rhode Island and Bryant University. XAVIER GONSALVES, MASHPEE A defensive menace, the 6-foot-3, 250-pound senior defensive end turned in a stellar final season. He recorded 47 total tackles and six sacks to earn South Shore League All-Star honors. A three-time state champion, Gonsalves will continue his football career at UMass-Amherst. He also plays basketball and runs spring track. Gonsalves is an honor roll student and boys and girls keystone member. MARCUS GONZALEZ, TECHBOSTON Not many teams were able to stop, let alone slow down the 5-foot-10, 180-pound senior running back in his final season. Gonzalez rushed for 2,012 yards to lead the Bears along with scoring 22 touchdowns. For his tremendous efforts, Gonzalez was named the Boston City League Player of the Year. NICK GORDON, FRANKLIN It was a record-breaking final season for the senior quarterback. He was named the Hockomock League Kelley-Rex MVP after passing for 2,100 yard and scoring 32 touchdowns, with 24 of those scores coming through the air. Gordon set the single-season marks in passing touchdowns and total touchdowns, while he also holds the career records for most passing touchdowns and overall touchdowns in school history. RYAN HALLIDAY, KING PHILIP A workhorse running back, the junior shouldered the offensive load for the Div. 2 South champion Warriors. Halliday finished the season with 1,248 yards rushing and 16 touchdowns and was named a Hockmock League All-Star. He also aided KP’s stellar defense with a strong showing at his outside linebacker position. VINNIE HOLMES, MANSFIELD The 5-foot-10, 195-pound junior running back and linebacker excelled for the Div. 2 South finalist Hornets. Holmes recorded 92 tackles and rushed for 467 yards and eight touchdowns. For his efforts, he was named a Hockomock League All-Star. For his career, he has registered 200 tackles and Holmes has aspirations of playing college football. JOSEPH HOWSHAN, CENTRAL CATHOLIC The 5-foot-10, 190-pound senior running back and safety was an instrumental figure for the Div. 1 North finalist Raiders. Howshan earned Merrimack Valley Conference All-Star honors for the second consecutive seasons and finished his career with 1,032 rushing yards, 17 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. A state champion in the 400 hurdles, Howshan is also an honor roll student. GEOFFREY JAMIEL, DENNIS-YARMOUTH A dynamic wide receiver, the sophomore produced at an accelerated level for the Dolphins. Jamiel finished the season with 81 catches for 1,015 yards to go along with 1,970 all-purpose yards and 17 total touchdowns. He was named an Atlantic Coast League All-Star for the second straight seasons. Jamiel played on last year’s state title team and is an honor roll student. KHARI JOHNSON, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL The senior found a way to make an impact in all three phases for the Div. 1 state finalist Knights. Johnson caught six touchdowns passes along with returning two kickoffs for scores and recording two interceptions. A three-year starter on the gridiron, he also runs track. Johnson has multiple offers to continue his football career in college. BROOKS JONES, WAYLAND A three-year starter on the offensive and defensive line, the 6-foot-2 senior excelled on the field and in the classroom. He registered 53 tackles and three sacks in his final season. Jones also captains the wrestling and track teams and is a sectional champion wrestler. Jones is a member of National Honor Society. GILBERT KABAMBA, EVERETT At 6-foot-3 and 260 pounds, the senior was a standout defensively along the line for the 10-1 Crimson Tide. Kabamba recorded 46 tackles this season from his defensive end position to go along with four sacks. He plans to attend either the University of Rhode Island or Bryant University. PATRICK KEEFE, ST. JOHN’S PREP The 5-foot-11, 225-pound senior middle linebacker was a three-year starter and played a key role in the Eagles winning a Div. 1 Super Bowl. For his stout defensive play, he was named a Catholic Conference All-Star. Keefe is committed to Norwich University, where he will play football and lacrosse. He is also a member of the young entrepreneurs club. CHRISTIAN KEELING, WEST BRIDGEWATER The 5-foot-10, 170-pound senior running back capped off his high school career in style, helping the Wildcats to a Div. 8 South title. On 200 carries this season, he rushed for 2,047 yards and 32 touchdowns to earn Mayflower Athletic Conference All-Star honors. Keeling finished his career with 4,453 yards and 71 touchdowns. He also plays basketball. CAL KENNEY, LINCOLN-SUDBURY A mainstay along the defensive line for the Div. 2 North finalist Warriors, the 6-foot-3, 260-pound senior was four-year starter and two-year captain. He recorded 55 tackles, two punt blocks and two fumble recoveries to earn Dual County League Large Lineman of the Year honors. Kenney also excels in the classroom with a 3.78 GPA. WILL KLEIN, ABINGTON The junior running back found several different ways to get into the end zone for the Div. 7 South finalist Green Wave. Klein totaled 20 touchdowns consisting of nine receiving touchdowns, seven rushing scores, three punt return touchdowns and one kickoff return to pay dirt. He amassed over 1,900 all-purpose yards and was a leader in tackles at outside linebacker. An honor roll student, he also plays basketball and lacrosse. MIKE MASSE, XAVERIAN The 5-foot-11, 225-pound senior running back and linebacker starred for the Catholic Conference champion Hawks. A Catholic Conference All-Star, Masse scored 13 total touchdowns with 11 coming on the ground. He made an immense impact defensively with 91 tackles, six forced fumbles and four sacks. An honor roll student, the Trinity-bound Masse is also a state finalist in the discus and three-time goal medalist powerlifter. MATT McCARTHY, DANVERS The Falcons were powered by the dynamic senior running back. He ran for 1,350 yards along with recording 575 receiving yards and 23 total touchdowns this season. McCarthy was named the Northeastern Conference MVP. He finished his career with 3,000 all-purpose yards, 31 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He is also a DECA officer. JAKE McELROY, NORTH ANDOVER The senior quarterback coupled a fantastic final season by also leading the Scarlet Knights to a Div. 2 Super Bowl title. McElroy threw for 1,624 yards and 18 touchdowns while adding six more scores on the ground. He finished his stellar career with over 4,000 yards passing and 1,256 yards rushing to go along with 40 touchdown passes and 17 rushing touchdowns. QUINN MURPHY, DUXBURY Anchoring the Div. 3 South champion Dragons’ defense was the 6-foot-6, 280-pound senior defensive tackle. Murphy, who also played left guard, was a four-year starter and made 107 tackles this season. He was named a Patriot League All-Star. He will play football next year at Princeton and also captains the basketball team. FINN MURRAY, ACTON-BOXBORO The dual-threat senior quarterback filled the stat sheet this season by passing for 2,008 yards and 25 touchdowns while also running for 853 yards and eight scores. He received Dual County League Player of the Year honors. For his career, Murray racked up 4,706 passing yards and 69 total touchdowns. An honor roll student, he also captains the basketball and lacrosse teams. A’JAN NELSON, POPE JOHN A three-time Catholic Central League All-Star, the senior middle linebacker took his play up a notch this season for the Div. 8 Super Bowl finalist Tigers. Nelson made 116 tackles to be named the CCL Player of the Year. For his career, Nelson finished with an extraordinary 304 tackles. TYLER NOE, OLD ROCHESTER A key figure in the Bulldogs’ run to a Div. 6 Super Bowl appearance, the senior wide receiver and cornerback thrived once again this season. Noe was named the South Coast Conference MVP after making eight touchdown receptions while adding two scores on the ground. Defensively, Noe came up with four interceptions. A member of DECA, he also plays basketball and runs track. MATT PETERCUSKIE, BARNSTABLE The senior quarterback led the Old Colony League champion Red Raiders’ aerial attack by throwing for 1,405 yards and 19 touchdowns. An OCL All-Star, he also ran for four scores this season. Petercuskie finished his career with 4,542 passing yards and 42 touchdowns. He is a member of National Honor Society, DECA and Rotary Club. WILL PROUTY, DUXBURY An immensely reliable and dynamic wide receiver and cornerback, the 6-foot-2 junior starred for the Div. 3 South champion Dragons. He had 44 catches for 781 yards and 10 touchdowns, while also recording five interceptions to be named the Patriot League Keenan MVP. For his career, he has 16 receiving touchdowns. He also runs winter track and plays lacrosse. KEVIN PYNE, MILFORD The highly touted 6-foot-8, 280-pound junior left tackle was a force to be reckoned with in his first season with the Scarlet Hawks after transferring from Millis. Pyne had a stellar season and was named a Hockomock League All-Star. He has several Div. 1 scholarship offers from Power 5 football schools. KEITH RIDLEY JR., LYNN CLASSICAL The 6-foot-3, 225-pound senior quarterback thrived for the Rams by passing for 2,123 yards, a single-season school mark, and 23 touchdowns this season. He added 10 rushing touchdowns, too, to give him the school’s single-season touchdown record. He was named a Northeastern Conference All-Star. In two seasons, he passed for 4,007 yards and accumulated 59 total touchdowns. He is a member of the National Honor Society. JOHN ROBERTS, DUXBURY The key component in the Div. 3 South champion Dragons’ up-tempo offense, the senior quarterback shined this season. Roberts recorded 34 total touchdowns, while passing for 1,792 yards and running for 1,083 yards. He was named a Patriot League All-Star. He finished his career with 3,495 passing yards and 42 passing touchdowns. He will attend Colby College next year. WES ROCKETT, ST. JOHN’S PREP The senior wide receiver and safety capped off his terrific career with nine catches for 188 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles’ Div. 1 Super Bowl victory. A two-time Catholic Conference All-Star, Rockett made 64 catches for 888 yards and nine touchdowns this season. He also recorded two interceptions and is a National Honor Society member. MIKE SAINRISTIL, EVERETT A skillful playmaker at wide receiver and defensive back, the Michigan-bound senior put together another phenomenal season. Sainristil had 32 receptions for 792 yards and 12 touchdowns while also rushing for five scores. Defensively, he recorded six interceptions. A two-time state champion, he is a member of the Haitian Club. HUNTER SALMON, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL The 6-foot-4, 320-pound offensive tackle was an integral part in the Knights run to a Div. 1 Super Bowl appearance. Aside from his offensive line duties, Salmon also served as the team’s punter. For his efforts, he was named a Catholic Conference All-Star. An honor roll student, he has several offers to continue his football career. ZACHARY SANDERSON, NORTHEAST REGIONAL In his senior season, the 6-foot-2, 180-pound running back entered the Golden Knights’ record books. He was named the Commonwealth Athletic Conference MVP this after rushing for 2,200 yards and 30 touchdowns. He finished his career with 4,364 rushing yards and 62 touchdowns, both are school records. Sanderson also captains the hockey team. MATT SANNELLA, READING The senior quarterback attacked opposing defenses not only with his arm, but his legs, too. Sannella threw for 1,750 yards and 18 touchdowns, while accumulating 709 yards on the ground and 13 more scores. He earned Middlesex League All-Star honors. He also captains the basketball and baseball teams. ISAAC SEIDE, EVERETT In his first season with the 10-1 Crimson Tide after transferring from Melrose, the senior running back made an immediate impact. Seide added another dynamic to Everett’s high-powered offense by rushing for 11 touchdowns. Aside from his strong play on the gridiron, Seide also runs track. MATHIEU SEVERANCE, LYNN ENGLISH A standout on both sides of the ball, the senior quarterback threw for 1,475 yards and 14 touchdowns, while rushing for an additional 10 scores. Defensively at safety, he made 115 tackles and five interceptions. For his efforts, he was named the Northeastern Conference MVP. Started in 43 of 44 career games and finished with 70 total touchdowns and 4,401 passing yards. Severance is a member of the National Honor Society. WILL SHESKEY, SCITUATE The junior running back had his way with opposing defenses, including in a Div. 5 Super Bowl victory when he rushed for 206 yards and scored three touchdowns. He finished the season with 1,785 yards rushing – a single-season school record – and 24 touchdowns while also amassing 361 receiving yards and four more scores. He was named a Patriot League All-Star. BILLY SILVIA, BRAINTREE The versatile senior did it all for the Wamps, starring at running back, linebacker and kicker. He set the school single-season points mark by scoring 19 touchdowns. He totaled 1,104 yards from scrimmages, seven forced fumbles and three interceptions this season. Silvia was named the Bay State Conference Herget Co-MVP and owns the school’s all-time points record with 267 career points. An honor roll student, Silvia will play football at Bowdoin College next year. MATTHEW SMITH, NEEDHAM The 6-foot-5 Duke University-bound senior tight end had another triumphant season for the Rockets. Smith hauled in 56 catches for 1,043 yards and 12 touchdowns to earned Bay State Conference Herget co-MVP honors. He finished his career with 95 catches for 1,763 yards and 16 touchdowns. TREVOR SMITH, HINGHAM The 6-foot-4, 235-pound senior center, linebacker and defensive end played a key role for the Div. 3 South finalist Harbormen. Smith led the team in tackles and was named a Patriot League All-Star for the second time in his career. Smith, who is an honor roll student and National Honor Society member, will continue his football career at Bryant University. AIDAN SULLIVAN, SCITUATE A senior season couldn’t have been scripted any better for Sullivan, who led the Sailors to a Div. 5 Super Bowl title. He threw for 2,300 yards and 27 touchdowns this season. The Patriot League All-Star finished his career completing 66 percent of his passes and tossed 51 touchdowns – the school’s all-time leader. As a starting quarterback, Sullivan went 20-3 in his career. JAMES TAYLOR JR., ST. JOHN’S PREP An anchor at defensive tackle for the Div. 1 Super Bowl champion Eagles, the 6-foot, 350-pound senior turned in another impressive season. The three-time Catholic Conference All-Star recorded double-digit sacks and was named the Catholic Conference’s Defensive MVP. He hopes to continue his football career in college. HUNTER TULLY, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL The senior captain led the way for the Div. 1 South champion Knights from his wide receiver and defensive back positions. Tully made 54 receptions and recorded four touchdowns, while also registering 41 tackles. A first honors student, Tully also runs tracks and is interested in several local colleges to continue his football career. DANTE VASQUEZ, ROCKLAND The 5-foot-8, 185-pound junior quarterback dazzled with his legs to set program records this season. He rushed for 1,722 yards, a new single-season school record, and 21 touchdowns. Vasquez also set the single-game school mark with 290 yards rushing. He earned South Shore League Sullivan Player of the Year honors. He also plays basketball and lacrosse. JACK WEBSTER, KING PHILIP A key leader in the stout Div. 2 South champion King Philip’s defense, Webster yet again made a significant impact defensively. He totaled 63 tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss and five sacks this season. The two-time Super Bowl champion, was named a Hockomock League All-Star for a second time and finished his career with 119.5 total tackles.
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Boston Herald
Herald All-Scholastics: Football league All-Stars ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE Daryan Thompson, Payton Doyle, Geoffrey Jamiel, Mike Gurney, Jaquan Phillips (Dennis-Yarmouth): Trevor Nunes, Jacob Murphy, David Doherty, Chad Lennox, Kyle Connolly, Kyle Cardoza, Terrell Reballo, Colby Davis (Falmouth); Robbie Violissi, Magnus Leonard, Cade Chabra, Korey Jones (Marshfield); Mac LaBarge, Bobby Joy, Tate Seidewand (Nauset); Cam Lopes, Charlie Chapman (Sandwich) BAY STATE CONFERENCE CAREY: Matt Maiona, Holt Fletcher, Hugh Callahan (Wellesley); Jalyn Aponte, Angel Lebron, Max Ferrucci, Will Lederman, Jakobi Holliday, Garret Bean, Felix Ferrucci, Colin Ghilani, Hunter Ferrera, Gio DeJesus, Josh Atwood, Ryan Haswell (Natick); Reece LaChance, Ben Chapman, Jon Jon Lanzo, Chidi Nna, Alex Smith, Jack Beverly (Framingham); Kyle Ray Canada, Joe Torcasio, Christian Hahm, Evan Thompson, Nolan Boyer (Newton North); Amari Withers (Brookline) MVP: Max Ferrucci HERGET: Will Jarvis, Chase Conrad, Jake Gallant, Andrew White, Ethan Kelley, Niall Gallagher (Walpole); Luke McMenamin, Isaiah Woodley, Rob Riccardi, Smith Charles, Alex Caputo, Nick Grizwald, Ryan Hoey, Ja’Mier Woods (Milton); Billy Silvia, Calum Lane, Matt Doyle, John Longworth, Nick Vizaretta (Braintree); Tyler Reid, Matt Smith, Jake Doherty, Odari Hibberts, Mason Colwell, Jack Hayes (Needham); Deondre Ellis, Jack Desmond (Weymouth) MVP: Matt Smith, Billy Silvia BIG THREE Matthew Goldstone, Michael Norman, Treyvon Cordaro Goodwyn, Aaron White, Shawn O’Brien, Amando Walker, Anthony Soares. Segun Okunlola, Ahmik Watterson, Nayvon Reid, Joseph Asare (Brockton); Yann Rosa, Callahan Seng, Elijah Concepion, Zachary Cardelli (Durfee); Carlos Alves, Baron Holton, Latrell Canto, Brenden Moniz, Tyrek Williams, Jeremy DaCruz, Shahid Barros, Mark Hawkins, Isaiah Gomes, Joseph Johnson, Tru Williams, Bill Sousa (New Bedford) BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Audriel Guante, Daylon Pereira, Avontai Whithers (Burke); Terrell McQueeney, Jahwon Ryan, Steven Williams Jr. (Charlestown); Nathan Mattera, Miguel Restrepo, Joshua Rivera (East Boston); Takari Hobbs, Julien Soto, Jaylen White, Raymonte Williams (Boston English/New Mission); Plinio Acosta, Zack Maffeo, Ryan Nguyen (Latin Academy); Anthony Francis, Yoshitsune Howe, Tim Benjamin Lambright (O’Bryant); Carlos Robal Goncalves, Joseph Rogue, Wilson Sanon (South Boston); Marcus Gonzalez, Walter Stockwell, Roscoe White (Tech Boston); Derek Bertucci, Luis Pena Morillo, Carlos Roche (West Roxbury) CAPE ANN LEAGUE BAKER: Sam Webber, Thomas Monahan, Jenry Smith, Ian Coffey, Billy Whelan (Hamilton-Wenham); Patrick Birmingham, Troy Marden, Matthew Scibelli, Ethan Catania (Amesbury); Tucker Molin, Isaiah Morrissey, Will Ginolfi, Cole Terry, Brian Trefry (Ipswich); Chase Huntley, Jack Ford (Lynnfield); Liam Farrell, Noah Rawson, Gavin Glass (Manchester-Essex) MVP: Billy Whelan KINNEY: Matt Solecki, Alex D’Ambrosio, Mike Sheridan, Jack Keller, Mike Mikula (North Reading); Jacob Codair, Jordan Journeay, Austin Senfleben, Jacob Luke, Owen Thornton (Pentucket); Jay Theriault, Bryce Wronski(Masconomet); Nick Mangino, Thomas Doyle, Seamus Webster, Robert Johnston (Newburyport); Steven Elliot, Ethan Tremblay (Triton) MVP: Matt Solecki CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE LARGE: Cory Bright, Keegan O’Connor, Tom MacDonald, Derek Delvecchio, George Fiskatoris, Ian Connor, David Cifuentes, Joe Rivers, Chrys Wilson (Bishop Fenwick); Andrew Force, Colin Tracey, Dan D’Ambrosio, Jack Grafton, Jovan Marrero (Cardinal Spellman); Siveny Augustin, Colton Casper, Neil Sanders, Nic Tardanico (Archbishop Williams); George Freeman, D.J. DiCenso, Jalen Echevarria, Jack McGuire, Connor Donahue, Eni Falayi (St. Mary’s); Joe Greaney, Josh Smith, Joe Greenwood, Frank Canceliere (Arlington Catholic) MVP: David Cifuentes SMALL: John Burke, Dylan Cann, Dante Centrella, Lucas Gebolys (Austin Prep); Ben Connaughton, Andrew Gonzalez, Aidan Newell, Frentzheram Solidaire, Sam Wright (Matignon/St. Joseph); Xavier Hernandez, Jordan Dickerson, Anthony Berry (Cathedral); Anthony Mejia, Greg Smith, Sam Poindexter, Roshad John, Malochi Reeves, Brutaell Hyppolite, Jose Davila, Victor Williams Barros (Pope John); Mike Canney, Ian Nichols, Peter Sawyer, Josh Sayer, Ian Sullivan (Lowell Catholic); Will Coty, Jesse Judd, Darren Katziff, Mike Satkevich (St. John Paul) MVP: A’Jan Nelson CATHOLIC CONFERENCE Aise Pream, James Taylor, Wes Rockett, Kevin Dewing, Colton Tangney, Charlie Giunta, Pat Keefe, Matt Crowley, Trent Tully, Max Freedman (St. John’s Prep); Mike Saliba, Justin Wenstrom, Connor Garland, Thomas Garland, Cooper Deveau, Grant Laws, Lucas Ferraro, Micahael Masse, Trevor Carroll (Xaverian); Hunter Salmon, Lucas Folan, Hunter Tully, Zachary Goodwin, Khari Johnson, Owen McGowan, Darius LeClair, Barrett Pratt (Catholic Memorial); John Destefanis, Kaleb Moody, Ozzy-Dean Trapilo, Keith Henderson, William “Buddy” Penella, John Freeman, Carter Rice (BC High) OFFENSIVE MVP: Cooper DeVeau DEFENSIVE MVP: James Taylor COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE LARGE: Omar Eldaly, C.J. Zemetres, Shane Stairs, Pat O’Leary (Shawsheen); Zach Sanderson, Shane Meredith, Connor Joseph, Manan Patel, AJ Byrnes, Andrew Petzke, Sean O’Brien (Northeast); Jose Caceres, Shamil Diaz, Ader Mezidor, Nathan Santos, Angel Polanco, Donnie Croteau, Humberfry Contreras, Jefferson Dornezon, Pablo Arias (Greater Lawrence); Vinny Brazzo, Manny Alves, Ben Condon, Mason White (Essex Tech); Joseph Cahill, Joshua Rousseau, Cameron Linger, Hector Gomez (Whittier) MVP: Zach Sanderson, Jose Caceres SMALL: David Barrios, Emerson Ramirez, Elvin Gonzales, Ali Bdaiwi, Guiliani Daniels (Lynn Tech); Devon Prak, Devin Farrell, Nathan Ripley, Benji Hach, Jaden Phommasinh, Jeremy Gray, Isaiah Carrasquillo (Greater Lowell); Eli Norton, Luke McKenna, Jose Soba, Tyler Alden, Alex Wilson (Nashoba Tech); Jonah Crain, Tyler Story, Raymond Pho, Anastasia Bessler (Mystic Valley); Ivan Heyer-Soto, Jabes Escalante, Anthony Del Rosario, Nathan Rosario (Chelsea); Ngor Manyang, Darian Cassius, Danny Johansen (Minuteman); Taj White-King, Mike Brice, Daniel Oluwasuyi, Dave Filias, Luis Diaz (KIPP) MVP: Devon Prak DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE LARGE: Finn Murray, Hollis Dirstine, Nick Pucillo, Alex Berrouet, Andrew Fleming, Victor Otero, Stanley Bernard (Acton Boxboro); James Dillon, Braden O’Connell (Lincoln Sudbury); Andre Colas, Edwin Owusu, McKervens Bellomy, Tariq Lucona (Cambridge); Anthony Davis, Stevenson Youyoute, Evan Clark (Waltham); Nick Faretra, Jakob Simas, Adam Ohanian, Nick Antes, Tyler Bella, Chris Kennedy (Westford Academy); Mike Ciaffoni, Jack Garrity, Cal Kenney, Milind Lele, Kyle Smith, Joey Caloiero (Lincoln-Sudbury) SMALL: Brooks Jones, Wellington Pereira, Brian Carmichael, Mason Bolivar, Mike Lampert, Cameron Jones, Phil Koechling, Kuran Freeman, Andy Brogan (Wayland); DJ Jelin, Christian Gemelli, Cam Ladd, Tim Hays (Concord-Carlisle); Aidan Iopci, Michael Nichols, Brandon Bailey, Walters Lazare, JY Spence, Ethan Weiss (Newton South); Devin Vasquez, De’andre Harris, Paul Curran, Johan Stavri (Boston Latin); Alexia Panagiotou, Pete Kapanides, Tyler Dussault, Brendan Jones (Bedford) EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Jackson Murray, Blake Schader , Matthew Flynn, Justin Medeiros (Coyle-Cassidy); Rex Bruschi, Tim D’Ambrosia, Caleb Fauria, Derek Martin, Nick Norco (Bishop Feehan); Justin Lopes , Eric Camacho, Doug Chica (Bishop Stang) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE KELLEY-REX: Nick Evans, Justin Cote, Jason Weir, Michael Strachan (Attleboro); Nick Gordon, Ryan Driscoll, Jack Nally (Franklin); Terrell Baston-Jacobs, Ryan Halliday, Jack Webster, David Morganelli (King Philip); Daenin Walker, TJ Guy, Aidan Sacco, Vinny Holmes (Mansfield); Dean Pacini (Oliver Ames); Woudanley Danger, Cory Pintabone (Taunton) MVP: Nick Gordon DAVENPORT: Ben Seaman, Brendan Albert, Brian Campagna, Johnny Hagan (Canton); Anton George, Hunter Williams, Mike Sheehan (Foxboro); Brendan White, Colby Pires, Kevin Pyne (Milford); Brendan McHugh, Nick Raneri, Ryan Clemente, Ryan Gaumond (North Attleboro); Chris Gong (Sharon); Alex Iverson, Evan Jackman, Malachai Green (Stoughton) MVP: Ryan Clemente MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE COMPREHENSIVE: Alvin Yvon, Patrick Colas, Rahsai Banks-Lee, Joey Hillaire (Holbrook/Avon); Elijah Beasley, Kyle Charlot, Mark Pawlina, Chevar Shakespeare, Isaac Hart (Monomoy); Victor Gamberoni, Cameron Bartlett, Camden Willett, Chance Pollack, Devonte Usher, Torane Burton, Malik Bodden (Nantucket); Christian Keeling, Matt Congdon, Matt Lavoie, Aidan Donahue, Jonathan Drass, Ben Skinner (West Bridgewater) MVP: Christian Keeling LARGE: Alex Zamora, Mike Skwarto, Jacob Harrison, Roman Barros, Kyle Macomber (Bristol-Plymouth); Jean Claude King, Lyndon Carreiro, Christopher Gonzalez -Frank, Dylan Estrella, Cesar Castro (Diman); Kevin Opokum, Gouabi Pires, Blaise Germano, Jamaal Chambers, Chris Chabre, Jaydon Godwin (Southeastern); Jordan Pina, Tyler Saunders, Evan Langille, Nate Glidden, Eric Josephson, Jake Benton (St. Mary’s) MVP: Kevin Opoku, Jordan Pina SMALL: Kevin Gibbons, James Wauhob, Mason Murphy (Blue Hills); Acher Entinvil, Trever Castillias, Juan Camilo, Chris Elkins, Payton Walker (Cape Cod Tech); Mitchell Wilson, Elijah Smith, Ryan Rego, Philip Proctor, Matt Bumpus, Daniel Lawrence (Old Colony); John Jolliemore, Sean McGuirk (South Shore); Wallace Alden, Anthony Georgopoulos, Andrew Brightman, Juzary Salim, Kemrin Glover, Jeremy Wurtzburger (Upper Cape) MVP: Mitchell Wilson, James Wauhob MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE LARGE: Nick Zalanskas, Dan Blatman, Phil Menihtas (Andover); Anthony Caggianelli, Cam Boes, Joe Howshan, Michael LeFebre, Nick Donatio, Nick Gaiero, Lewy Baez-Troncoso, Shaun Morgan (Central Catholic); Joe Santoro, Sam Prescott (Haverhill); Brandon Santell (Lawrence); Brendan Tighe, Rashawn Settles, Brian Callery (Lowell); Connor Bryant, Wes Correa, Aaron Searth, Anthony Romano, Jonathan Ouellet, Kareem Coleman, Isaac Frederique (Methuen) MVP: Anthony Caggianelli SMALL: Rob Moore, Dom Shanley, Nolan Houlhan (Billerica): Kevin Hennessey, Mike Vecchione, Jake Chiasson, Dom Dibari (Chelmsford); Allyn French, Joey Petka, Lucas Ibaruen, Cam McCullough, Will Peters, Devin Lambert (Dracut); Jake McElroy, Darren Watson, Gabe DeSouza, Freddy Gabin, Mark Federico, Matt Samenuk, Ryan Slattery, Mike Roche (North Andover); Jay Connolly,Jack Kelly, Shane Aylward, Trace Trnt, Connor Nugent, Justyn Lester, Zach Weitz (Tewksbury) MVP: Jake McElroy MIDDLESEX LEAGUE LIBERTY: Matt Sannella, Pat Conroy, Dan Bekkenhuis, Jovan Nortelus, Andreas Puglia, Jeremy Rosh, Jake D’Agostino, Sean Fisher (Reading); Ben Burnham, John Bachman, Anthony Bianchi, Mason Hatfield, Lenny Logen, Kase Cronin, Luke Butler (Lexington); Ryan Qualey, Steve Kolodko, Peter Cole, Nick Coviello, Tyler Parrish, Dave Langlois (Woburn); Adam Bowler, Steve MacGillivray, Pete Roche (Arlington); Joe LePore, Matt Romagna, Bobby Hyers, Tom Degnan, Brendan Curran (Winchester); Rhaki Joseph, Jarred Edwards, Sam Sagherian, Derrick Brown (Belmont) FREEDOM: Christos Argyropoulos, Kevin McShane, Deshaun Chase, Seth Russell, John Neal, Chris Belliveau, Antonio Ventresca, Nick Brulport (Stoneham); Kevin Peete, Kemar Bynoe, Dylan Robertson, Jared Karelas (Melrose); Khyle Pena, Ryan O’Halloran, Jake McCauley, Jake Doherty, Andrew Woods, Tom Splagounias (Burlington); Mike Lucey (Wakefield); Kyle Kenyon, Bailey Smith, Dean Nally, Pete Marino (Wilmington) NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE NORTH: Chris Gally, Aidan Michaud, Declan Rudloff, Jack Herman, Tim Cronin, Sean McCarthy (Marblehead); Angel Paulino, Kyle Maglione, Abe Kaba, Chris Glass, Mike Lock (Peabody); Jack Strangie, Russ Canova, Tom Walfield, Matt McCarthy, Justin DiTomaso, Brendon Treacy, Andrew Chronis (Danvers); Marge Mulumba, Clayton McAlpine, Bobby Adams, Duncan Moreland (Beverly); Raushad Moore, Jerry Mervil (Malden) MVP: Matt McCarthy SOUTH: Matt Severance, Mathias Fowler, Tahj Purter, Alex Brenes, Thomas Gaylord, Ryan Dewan (Lynn English); Jonathan Oriakhi, Graham Inzana, Andrew Augustin, Jake Bartram, Anton Vasquez (Swampscott); Marvens Jean, Dante McGrane, Jake Morgante, Sal Franco, Christian Correia (Saugus); Chris Ngrame, Sam O’Furie, Wayne Holloway, Melkin Baptista (Salem); Bobby Hubert, Chris Castro, Feedle Small, Tyler Rockerfeller (Winthrop) MVP: Matt Severance CENTRAL: Devin Mathias, Darius McNeil, Rayan Riazi, Frank Sims, Zac Furlong, Jon Murphy (Revere); Anderson Larosilere, Tevin Cadet, Keith Barrasso (Medford); Noah Benson, Joe Ciarametaro, Jan Pena-Ortiz, Nick Allen, Geoff Lattanzi, Marc Smith, Nick Filho (Gloucester); Marcus Tucker, Keith Ridley, Nashaun Butler, Chauncey Williams, Chase Buono (Lynn Classical); Miyard Joseph , Louis Montina, Moise Nazaire (Somerville) MVP: Jan Pena-Ortiz OLD COLONY LEAGUE Connor Baldasaro, Colbey Burke, Brian Frieh, Matt Fredo, Declan Moriarty, Sajin KC, Tommy Our, Matt Turner, Matt Petercuskie, Joe Yalmokas (Barnstable); Matt Cady, Nolan Anderson, Jeff Ciccio, Owen Balzarini, Kyle Hess, Kyle Duggan, Ryan McCallum, Anthony Morrison (Bridgewater-Raynham); Ewan Oliveira, Owen Guilbeault, Nathan Oliver, Jacob Medeiros, Dylan Pacheco, Eric Viera (Dartmouth) PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Will Prouty, John Roberts, Mike McCutcheon, Quinn Murphy, Tim Landolfi, Josh Comeau, PJ Mullin, Red Magwood (Duxbury); Andrew Carroll, Spencer Cassell, Charlie Egan, Joey Glover, Kevin Shea, Trevor Smith, Jon Beardon (Hingham); Quinn Sweeney, Mike Connors, Billy Martell, Jake O’Brien, Ethan Phelps (Whitman-Hanson); Robbie Gomes, Steven Dhooghe, Johnell Fillipinni (Plymouth North); Andrew Rooney, Mark McKenna (Quincy); Cam Danahy (Silver Lake) MVP: Will Prouty FISHER: Aidan Sullivan, Daniel May, Will Sheskey, Josh McKeever, Josh Comeau, Justin Melling (Scituate); Andrew Carroll, James Bryne, Joey Glover, Patrick Damon, Ethan Richie (Hanover); Brendan Shortall, Matt Harrington, James Kernen (Plymouth South); Jack Runne, Tommy Brooks, Warren Clark (Pembroke); Kieran O’Driscoll, Tim Layden, Win Tran, Alex Atanassov (North Quincy) MVP: Daniel May SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE Tyler Noe, Desmond Dias, Dylan DeWole, Nicholas Thayer, Nickolas Borsari (Old Rochester); Owen Arden, Joseph Carrera, Chase Carroll, Mason Cadorette, Matthew Moura (Dighton-Rehoboth); Brent Dixon, Kevin Hughes (Apponequet); Jake Meehan, Michael Gagliardi (Somerset Berkley); Noah Saunders (GNB Voke); Chris Costa III, Ty Couto, Daniel Silva, Noah Casado (Case); James Cahoon, Spencer Rose (Bourne); Owen Cebula, Zach Guillotte (Fairhaven); Cameron Garabian (Seekonk) MVP: Tyler Noe SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE TOBIN: Devaun Ford, Xavier Gonsalves, Cam Kergo, Nick Bartolomei, Nolan Lyons, Jack Vinitsky (Mashpee); Matt Lund, Mark Mahoney, Cliff Ward, Gray Thomas (Cohasset); Nick Gianibas, Joe Walsh, Nick Scanlan, Cristian Amador (Hull); Mike Broomstein, Christian Labossiere, Will Klein, Gabe Spry, Sean Landers (Abington) MVP: Devaun Ford SULLIVAN: Cam Lapierre, Jake Studley, Brandon Hogan (Middleboro); Nick McDermott, Liam LeVangie, Dan O’Shea, Evan Dyer, Sal Clifford, Gio Cacciatore, Jake Vanvechtan (East Bridgewater); Ben Bostrom, John Stout, Cole Casper, Nick Bostrom, Garrett McGlinchey (Norwell); Dante Vasquez, Codie Garcia, Nick Leander (Rockland) MVP: Dante Vasquez TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE LARGE: Brody Assencoa, Ryan Dwinnells, Dominic Cavanagh, Dominic Massauro, Jake Latessa, Jackson Hornung, Michael McSweeney, Nathan Sickles (Ashland); Billy Nash, Tristan Benson, Scott Elliott, Dylan Ibbitson, Anthony Dzindolet, Mitch Gimblett, Will Crowley, Matt Arvanitis, Topher Ryan (Holliston); Brendan Kelly, Ryan Kelleher, Luke D’Aloia, Ben Powers, Tyler Dougherty (Hopkinton); A.J. Tarallo, Stephen Williams (Medfield); Abdallah Khalil, Jay Wladkowski (Norwood); Miles Heespilink, Dylan Mahoney (Westwood) MVP: Scott Elliott, Luke D’Aloia SMALL: Jack Tannous, Cleevans Labathe, Tyler Martel, Ryan Flaherty, Orcun “OJ” Pekacar, Michael Brennan, Elijah Brown (Dedham); Justin Pratt, Brendan Kenney, Rome Banitas, Trent Flood, Drew Plunkett, Andrew Bell, Liam Hoye, Nick Sheehan (Medway); Hunter Murphy, Ethan Thomason, Nate Sicard (Norton); James Works, Thomas Fallon, Stephen Melia, Chris Edwards, Hayden Olmsted (Millis); Jamie Wirth, Matt Paolatto, Kirby Ryan (Dover-Sherborn); Jim Kilduff, Dan Unegbu (Bellingham) MVP: Jack Tannous
16 Dec 18
Swipe Stream

I am always up for a good book on cryptozoology. I read one of Willy Ley’s books from the library on exotic zoology as a lad with great relish.  The idea of the Loch Ness monster, a dwarf brontosaur in the Congo, and other unknown animals is always appealing. Even later, I would watch some […]

16 Dec 18
bookdragonism

Time to appreciate and recognize some characters! Read this post and let the awards time begin 🎉

16 Dec 18
The Worst Book Club

SPOILERS The Rithmatist is a YA fantasy novel by Brandon Sanderson. The magic, the world, and the characters are really well thought out. TBH there’s not much to bitch about. But don’t worry, we always find a way. The story takes place in a steampunk-esque version of America. This world uses a math-based magic system […]

16 Dec 18
Sanderson Journey to Health

As a teacher, growth mindset is HUGE!!!! As someone who is on a journey to health, growth mindset is HUGE!!! Every year, I read a book to my firsties called, Giraffes Can’t Dance, by Giles Andreae. It is about a giraffe named Gerald that wants to dance with the other animals in the jungle, but everyone […]

16 Dec 18
Clan Carruthers Int. Society LLC

Clan Carruthers Int Society LLC                               Promptus Et Fidelis     Are the Carruthers Nobility   Clan Carruthers did a two year DNA Project, a follow up of the 15 year DNA project that was needed before we could go on to […]

15 Dec 18
Marcus S. Sanderson

Not even death can keep best friends apart. When someone we love and cherish dies, a part of us dies with them, but they remain alive in our hearts. Whatever we experience as humans could be as painful and heart-wrenching for dogs, probably the most loving and loyal creatures in the world. As any dog […]

15 Dec 18
iPhillySports

A blowout win early in the 2007-08 season set the tone for a wild season. Throughout the season, we’ll be taking a walk down memory lane whenever the Flyers open their season series against an opponent. We’ll be remembering a game, goal, or highlight Philly created while playing against that particular team. It won’t always […]

15 Dec 18
Marcus S. Sanderson

Losing a loved one is utterly painful; but what if your loved one is a dog? Will it feel the same? A loving dog owner should know the answer to that. Though dogs are animals, they are also as valuable as humans for most pet owners. In fact, research says that losing a dog can […]

15 Dec 18
hymnstudiesblog

(photograph of L. O. Sanderson) “HE LOVES ME” “…Christ also hath loved us, and gave Himself for us…” (Eph. 5:2)      INTRO.:  A hymn which reminds us that Christ has loved us and given Himself for us is “He Loves Me” (#696 in Hymns for Worship Revised; cf. #136 in Sacred Selections for the Church).  […]

15 Dec 18
Paperbacks and Planners

I like to believe I’m going to love every book I pick up. But sadly that isn’t always the case. So I decided to choose 10 books that I think I’m going to give 5 stars, that I plan to read in 2019. Some of these are new releases, some are being released later in […]