McDonough earned ISL offensive MVP and All-American honors, tallying 11 goals and seven assists in helping Govenor’s to the NEPSAC Class B championship for the second straight year. The high honors student will attend Pittsburgh.
O’Brien leaves as the Patriots’ all-time leading scorer with 105 goals and 30 assists (passing Heidi Comeau, who finished with 80 career goals in 1979). An All-American the past two seasons, she had 30 goals this season. She’ll play for Boston College in the fall.
A three-time Tri Valley League All-Star, Orteganotched nine goals and seven assists this season while anchoring the midfield. She has helped theRaiders reach at least the Division III South semi-finals in each of the last three seasons (State Champions in 2011).
The Rockets’ captain earned Bay State League MVP honors and was named to the All-New England team in her final season. A central defender, Raskind anchored a Needham back line that surrendered less than a goal (0.7) per contest.
Newman Prep, junior
Rosales was an offensive machine, netting 30 goals and averaging 2.5 goals per game to help Newman to the GIL title for the second straight year. A National Honor Society member, she also plays basketball and lacrosse and hopes to play soccer in college.
Lexington Christian, senior
The three-sport standout earned MVP honors, helping Lexington Christian to the EIL championship. A two-year captain, the Billerica resident is also an EIL All-Star in basketball and softball. A National Honor Society member, she also enjoys art and reading.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: Franklin
Geysen, who’s coached the Panthers for 28 seasons (329-151-71), got to celebrate his first Division 1 state title this season. The Panthers also became the first girls’ soccer team from Franklin to go unbeaten, posting a record of 20-0-1.
Division 2: Wilmington
Hendee’s 25th season as coach was the Wildcats’ most successful as they finished 15-4-3 and advanced to the Division 2 North final after winning the Middlesex League (Freedom) championship. Hendee’s defense held opponents to a Middlesex League-best 0.8 goals per game.
Division 3: Ursuline
Forte has transformed the Ursuline program in his eight seasons and led the Bears—who play an independent schedule—to a 16-2-2 record this season. A 1976 graduate of Xaverian, Forte has amassed a record of 76-57-16.
Atlantic Coast — Falmouth: Shauna McManus, Michaela Moran. Marshfield: Michaela Cantwell, Jill Clapp, Laura Cowie-Haskell, Erin Shea, Brooke Sweeney. Nauset: Katie Sullivan. Plymouth North: Madison Finlay, Francesca Lapsley, Isabelle Lapsley, Hannah Peterson, Meghan Walsh. Plymouth South: Alyson Messina, Olivia Parsons, Maureen Riordan. Sandwich: Kenna Garrison, Katie McKenna, Theresa Wojnar.
Bay State — Braintree: Siophie Lev, Sinead O’Callaghan, Jen Xu. Dedham: Andrea Bradbury, Emily Hill, Kayla Sharpe. Framingham: Olivia Bernas. Milton: Molly McDonough. Natick: Haley Reddish, Kira Wilkins. Needham: Kira Oberle, Alyssa Raskind, Kayla Steeves, Natalie Wong. Newton North: Christina Callahan, Shannon Fitzgerald, Jordyn Matthews. Walpole: Abby McMackin, Ella McMackin. Wellesley: Sabrina Hartnett, Annie Valle, Bianca Webb. Weymouth: Gabi Tor-McCue.
Big Three — Durfee: Jalyn Bonanca, Tori Borges, Bailey Brooks, Brianna Camara, Molli Fellows, Jenna Melo. New Bedford: Julia Cormier, Alexis DeBrosse, Kaitlyn Lima, Taylor Souza.
Boston City — Boston English: Aida Cornier, Brankely Garcia, Trayana Mair. Brighton: Love Awah, Christy Cruz, Emma Lama. Burke: Steice Docanto, Deahjah Francoeur Gardner, Jessica Semedomatins. Charlestown: Ayan Abdi, Sarah Centeio, Janiel Gordon. CASH: Suad Diriye, Jaela Ruggs, Kayla Simmons. Dorchester: Mirlande Philogene, Sandy St. Felix, Kaylin Thomas. East Boston: Brittany Brancato, Hannah Lunetta, Mariah Roberts. Latin Academy: Virginia McCaughey, Samantha Powell, Sandra Seoane-Seri. Madison Park: Heidymara Gomes, Olga Menjivar, Dulcelina Tavares. New Mission: Alison Davey, Peria Lara, Bonnie Ramos. O’Bryant: Yonetta Harris, Ajyanna Jones, Gabrielle Martinez. Snowden: Stephanie Morales, Yailen Pineda, Cheyenne Sulfaro. South Boston: Rafaela Risso, Chelsea Rogers, Daitannah Smith. West Roxbury: Hiba Kafel, Elizabeth Lewis, Makala McPherson.
Cape Ann — Amesbury: Megan Cullen, Erin Leary, Emily Martin. Georgetown: Jamie Block. Hamilton-Wenham: Taylor Morong, Suzanne Rose, Alana Vecchiarello. Ipswich: Maddie Howe, Courtney Long. Lynnfield: Shannon Lamusta. Masconomet: Paige Pratt. Newburyport: Alyssa Leahy, Isabella Palma, Jaycie Triandafilou. North Reading: Meredith Moise. Pentucket: Alex Moore.Continued...