Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this season.
Athletes of the Year
Division 1: Fontbonne
The senior forward averaged 18 points and 13 rebounds per game and led the Ducks to a 19-3 season. Gemma finished her career with 1,238 points and 1,040 rebounds. She also played varsity volleyball. Gemma will play basketball at Bentley next year.
Division 2: Oliver Ames
The Hockomock league MVP finished her career as a four-time league champion and a 2010 Division 2 state champion. She is a member of the 1,000-point club, and will play at Sacred Heart University on a full scholarship.
Division 2: Reading
Healy finished her career as Reading’s all-time leading scorer with 1,897 points and was a three-time Middlesex League MVP. She led the Rockets to two undefeated regular seasons and a 2012 Division 2 state title. She will play at the University of Richmond.
Division 3: Scituate
Martin averaged 20 points and eight rebounds a game. The senior finished her career as a three-time Patriot League champion and a four-time league All-Star. She has committed to play basketball at Stonehill College.
Division 4: Fenway
In her senior year, Veiga-Lee led Fenway to its second consecutive Division 4 title. The point guard averaged 24 points, 12.9 rebounds. and 8.5 assists in her final season. She finished her career with 2,082 total points.
Only a freshman, Anderson burst onto the scene as the leading scorer and rebounder this year, averaging 19 points and 10 boards a game while earning Girls Independent League MVP honors. She is also a member of the volleyball and track teams.
Bentd averaged 27 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists this season. She has started for Barnstable since eighth grade and holds the records as all-time leader in scoring and assists. She is the only Barnstable basketball player to score 1,000 career points as a sophomore.
Newton South, senior
Burton reached her 1,000th-career point in February and averaged 18 points a game. She was selected as a Dual County League All-Star for the fourth consecutive season. She will play for Lehigh University on a full scholarship.
Governor’s Academy, senior
After a season in which she averaged 22 points and 15 rebounds a game, Fogarty graduates with a school record 1,700 points and 1,100 rebounds. She earned ISL MVP honors and was a four time all-New England selection. An honor student, she will attend Marist.
Brimmer & May, senior
Gates earned a host of honors while leading her team to the NEPSAC Class E title. She was MVP of the tournament, as well as IGC MVP for the year while averaging 16 points. A NEPSAC All-Star, she finishes with 1,383 career points.
The Dual County League (Large) MVP and two-time DCL ALL-Star averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds. As captain, Hyslip led Westford to the Division 2 North final where it lost to Central Catholic. She was also a DCL All-Star in soccer.
Lumb averaged 13 points a game and led the Scarlet Knights to their first Greater Lawrence Holiday Festival Championship in over 20 years. She led her team in scoring for three straight seasons, ending her career with 1,081 points. She has committed to Hartford.
Central Catholic, senior
As captain, the senior forward led Central Catholic to a Division 1 state title. McLaughlin averaged a double-double with 17.4 points and 11.1 rebounds per game. McLaughlin will play at Stonehill College next year.
Lexington Christian, senior
Nguyen was named the EIL Player of the Year this season while leading LCA to a NEPSAC Class D runner-up. She filled up the stat sheet with 12 points, 4 steals, 4 assists, and 5 rebounds a game. Nguyen is a three-time NEPSAC All-Star.
The 6-2 forward was named a Patriot League All-Star for the fourth time. North averaged 18 points and 13 rebounds per game. She reached the 1,000-point mark in her junior year and finished her career with 1,534 points. She will play for Tufts.
The junior point guard averaged 13.1 points and five steals to lead Medfield to its first Division 2 state title. Petit was named co-MVP of the Tri Valley League and selected to the All-League First Team. She is a two-time Division 2 champion in soccer.Continued...