Football > Class A > Running Back
Quendel Ellison, Trinity Pawling
A post-graduate student from Auburn High School in New York, Ellison led Trinity Pawling to an 8-1 record and the New England Class A Championship. He rushed for 1,400 yards on 190 carries and scored 23 touchdowns. In the championship game against Phillips Andover, Ellison rushed for 256 yards and four touchdowns on 29 carries. He was named the Erickson Conference Offensive MVP and The New England Player of the Year. He possesses the big three for a running back, his coach Dave Coratti said, speed, power and moves.
Football > Class B > Quarterback
McCallum Foote, Nobles
McCallum lead Nobles to a perfect 9-0 record, going 94-150 for 1,475 yards and 22 touchdowns while only being intercepted three times. He saved his best for last, as he went 32-44 for 451 yards with eight touchdowns and zero interceptions in the final two games that determined the League and New England Championships. McCallum has a wonderful passion and intelligence for the game. His talent at the position opens all options in our offense and puts tremendous pressure on the opposing defense, his coach Bob Moore said.
Football > Class B > Running back/Defensive back
Chance Logan, Gunnery
Logan rushed for 1272 yards on 119 carries and scored 21 touchdowns. A threat to score whenever he touched the ball, Logan also served as a punt and kick returner. Against Cheshire Academy he rushed for 188 yards on 13 carries, while also returning a punt 75 yards for a TD and a kick-off 71 yards for another TD. Defensively, he led the team in interceptions. He was honored at The Gunnerys Fall Athletic Banquet as the John Jacob Gunther Most Valuable Football Player. Chance is a game-breaker, his coach Richard Martin said. He is a threat to score whenever he touches the ball. Plus, if you threw his way in the secondary, you did so at your own risk. He is a complete player. Better yet, he is a terrific kid.
Football > Class C > Running back/Safety
Amir Khan, Tilton
Amir refused to let Tilton lose in its playoff game, rallying Tilton back from a halftime deficit on the strength of 205 yards on 20 carries. Khan finished the year with 1,123 yards on 80 carries, averaging 14.0 yards per carry. He rushed for 10 touchdowns, and caught 17 passes for 311 yards and 5 touchdowns. He even threw a touchdown pass, and played safety all year for Tilton. He finished his career with 2,159 yards rushing, 695 yards receiving, and 30 total touchdowns. Amir is an exceptional captain, a born leader, his coach Ken Hollingsworth said. He was the motivational leader in practices and in games, and he was always the guy to bring the team in and talk when they needed it.
Max Walker, BB&N
BB&Ns captain led the BB&N soccer team to an ISL championship, earning Offensive MVP honors. The All- State selection registered 20 goals and 3 assists. He will play soccer and attend Babson.
Aaron Maund, Roxbury Latin
The defensive player of the year in the ISL and Co-MVP anchored RLs back line while contributing five goals and four assists. The 6-foot-2- inch defender represented Trinidad and Tobago at the U-17 FIFA World Cup. He will attend Notre Dame.
Jan Trnka-Amrhein, Nobles
The ISL defensive player of the year is one of the top keepers in the country, playing at the state, regional and national levels. He posted a 0.40 goals against average, which included 10 shutouts. The All-New England selection will attend Duke.
Maria Tedeschi, Thayer Academy
20 goals and 16 assists earned this striker ISL MVP honors. The All-New England selection led Thayer to the NEPSAC Class B finals. The Norwell native scored 52 goals and dished out 49 assists in her career. She will play lacrosse at Northwestern.
Sarah Plumb, Nobles
The three-time league All-Star earned ISL MVP honors, leading Nobles to the NEPSAC championship game. The Wellesley native also plays basketball and lacrosse, earning an ISL MVP award in the latter. She is a recipient of the Harvard Book Prize.
Jenny Donnelly, Nobles
Nobles finished undefeated with an ISL and NEPSAC Division 2 championship, in large part because of the ISL MVP. Donnelly took first-place finishes for each of those competitions, earning her third straight All-New England honors.
Lowell Reeve, St. Paul's
He was the ISL MVP after capturing the league championships. He placed second in the New England championships and set a Middlesex course record with a time of 15:23. Hes a member of the Alpine skiing and crew teams.
Chris Lane, Lawrence Academy
Lane lead Lawrence Academy to a 7-2 record and its first ever bowl game, running for 1,018 yards and 17 touchdowns on 140 carries. Named the ISL league MVP, Lane also had 48 tackles from his linebacker position.
Ian Vieira, Thayer Academy
The Co-MVP of the ISL scored 14 touchdowns and ran for 1,228 yards, including one interception. He finished his career with 24 TDs, 9 interceptions, and 2,100 rushing yards. He also plays basketball and track. He will play football at Bowdoin.
Olivia Fay, Portsmouth Abbey
You would never know it was her first year running cross-country. The EIL MVP won the league championship, followed by a first-place finish at the Division 3 New England championship. She was first in eight of 11 meets.
Amy McLaughlin, Pingree
The defender earned EIL MVP honors, leading Pingree to the NEPSAC quarterfinals. The Topsfield native was named all-league for the second consecutive season. She competes nationally as a skier and will play field hockey and ski at Middlebury.
Andy Stuntz, Lexington Christian
The two-time EIL MVP won every league meet, which included the EIL championship, leading Lexington Christian to a third-place finish in the league. The National Honor Society member was second in the NEPSTA Division 5 Championship.
Max Campion, Beaver Country Day
Hes been EIL MVP in all his three seasons, and his scoring average this season set a league record. The 6-3 junior represented Mass. in the New England juniors, earning a secondplace finish. The honors student from Brookline enjoys boating and fishing.
Billy Nickerson, Pingree
The EIL MVP and four-year varsity player scored 24 goals this season, giving him 56 for his career to go with 30 assists. The honor roll student was also a four-year varsity player in baseball.
Jackie Lee, Pingree
The EIL soccer MVP and All-League selection scored 20 goals and handed out 6 assists. A North Reading resident, she was awarded the sportsmanship award and is captain of the basketball team. She plays for the Aztec Soccer Club in the off-season.
Abby Levene, Philips Andover
Levene led Phillips to a third straight NEPSTA D1 team championship, adding an individual title for herself. The honor student, who earned All-New England honors for the third straight year, runs triathlons in the summer.
Cristina Mommsen, Philips Andover
Greenwich Academys loss was Phillip Andovers gain this fall. Mommsen led Andover in kills, aces, saves, virtually every team category. The team co-captain, Mommsen plays on the Latitude 42s Club Program.
Zack Dixon, Philips Andover
Dixon, a senior forward and New Orleans native, was the standout performer for Andover this fall. He finished with 10 goals and 11 assists in 17 games, including three goals in a win over rival Exeter.
Aliza Miller, Gann Academy
Miller becomes Gann Academys first All-Scholastic after an outstanding senior season. Led by her defensive efforts, Gann recorded 15 shutouts, one year after blanking 13 opponents in 06. She was named to the Mass. All-State team and was a tri-captain.
Eyob Eyualem, Philips Exeter
Eyualem won every dual meet in which he competed, earning school MVP honors among fall athletes. His personal best 15:36 at his home course sent him to the schools Hall of Fame, and his NEPSTA championship earned him a course record.
Jenna Castellot, Philips Andover
The senior striker and Newton resident turned stonewall defender and helped Phillips Andover to the NEPSAC Class A title, beating three-time defending champion Loomis Chaffee. Jenna played the game of her career today, said coach Lisa Joel.
ISLBOYS SOCCER: Chris Barrand, Governers Academy; Max Fowler, St. Georges; Chris Lerner, Thayer; Jakob Rohwer, St. Marks; Mark Jensen, Milton; Mike Hoban, and Nick Fico; St. Sebastians; Drew Holland, and Jack Wendler, Belmont Hill; Alistair Cummings, Groton; Charlie Rugg, Cecil Jeffrey, and Eric Anderson, Rivers; Colin Prather, St. Pauls; Chris Gilbert, Peter Crowley and Charlie Ober, Brooks; Aaron Maund, Max Stein-Golenbock, and Leon Brown, Roxbury Latin; Jan Trnka- Amrhein, David Masterman, Scott Prozeller, and Max White, Nobles; Peter Randell, Max Walker and Tarek Eljahmi, BB&N.
GIRLS SOCCER: Kristen Chapman, BB&N; Marina Moschitto and Jess Waters, Brooks; Erin Quinlan, Governors; Alex Morss, Groton; Sarah Riggert and Lia Palmacci, Lawrence; Megan Morrison and Cristina DeBiase, Middlesex; Beverly Leon, Milton; Alex Conigliaro, Maddy Cohen, and Lauren Martin, Nobles; Adrienne Anderson, Suzanne Jensen, and Nicole Stenquist, Rivers; Lindsay White, St. Georges; Gaby Ransom, St. Pauls; Maria Tedeschi, Katie Keady and Kiley Horne, Thayer.
FIELD HOCKEY: Chapin Duke and Katie Herter, Brooks; Kayleigh Melia, BB&N; Annie Clayman and Emily Durgin, Governors; Mariana Walsh, Groton; Katharine Spring, Lawrence; Emily French and Brooke Phinney, Middlesex; Danie Leahy and Chelsey Locarno, Milton; Casey Griffin and Sarah Plumb, Nobles; Becca Nichols, Rivers; Allie Conti, St. Georges; Jacqueline Drew and Julia McGovern, St. Marks; Jenna Dannis and Leigh Kaulbauch, St. Pauls; Kelsey Johnson, Thayer.
BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY: Lowell Reeve, George Gurney, Will Ferraro, Nick Gates, Nate Suns, and Mikko Salovaara, St. Pauls; Henry Hardin and Parker Woodworth, Middlesex; Corey Lyons and Aldous Strother, Governors; Alex Karwoski, Theodore Leonhardt, and Django Broer-Hellermann, Groton; Will Gibbons, Belmont Hill; Tom Finneran, Thayer; Austin Brock and Jim Walker, St. Marks; John OLoughlin, Roxbury Latin; Amos Wolven, Milton.
GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY: Stephanie Crocker, Dorothy MacAusland, and Calla Chase, St. Pauls; Jenny Donnelly, Rhetta Nadas, and Marissa Shoji, Nobles; Katie Grossman and Erin Horgan, St. Marks; Patricia Smithwick, Tessa Bramhall, Jehanne Hill, Middlesex; Alisondra Maykranz, Groton; Kayla Jensen and Kaitlyn Haran, Governors; Kathryn Connor, St. Georges; Megan Flaherty, Thayer; Elleree Erdos, BB&N.
EILFIELD HOCKEY: Steph Perez, Ally Boghioli, Beneva Davies and Naseemah Mohamed, Portsmouth Abbey; Amy McLaughlin, Haley Thompson, Liza Richardson, Alex St. Pierre and Dale Bishop, Pingree; Rachel Gerhardt, Bancroft; Emily Wanger, Carly Bernstein and Becky Haddad, Winsor; Olivia Pimm, Joy DeLeon, Tania Torres and Hannah Kaemmer, Concord; Christy Haughey and Allie Camanelli, Dana Hall; Kim Orr, LCA; Ali OKeefe and Erin Brien, Newton C.D.; Jehane Samaha, Beaver C.D.
BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY: Andy Stuntz and Rob Picardi, Lexington Christian; Brendan Connolly and Pierce King, Portsmouth abbey; Adam wing, Beaver Country Day; Chris Trumbo and Michael Heskiaoff, Landmark School; David Wilder and Duncan Sherwood-Forbes, Concord; Jesse Sullivan and Jolmi Minaya, Pingree; Emil Cashin, Berwick.
GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY: Olivia Fay and Brianne Rok, Portsmouth Abbey; Kate Bulger, Zoe Bulger, Jasi Brathwaite, Kristen Skillman, Lindsay Eysenbach and Callie Moriarty, Winsor; Emily Margolis, Newton C.D.; Isabel Zinman, Bancroft; Hillary Chisholm, Dana Hall; Nikki Starrett, Pingree.
GOLF: Max Campion and Adam Buchbinder, Beaver Country Day; Andrew Reed and Jordan Yorks, Landmark; Ben Bryant, Bancroft; Justin Stedman, Concord; Cam Thorpe and Chris Atwood, Berwick; Matt Datillo and Sam Carter, Lexington Christian; Jack Whelan, Pingree; Kyle Sargis, Portsmouth Abbey.
NEPSACBOYS SOCCER: Ethan Graham, and Terence Ciavarra, Worcester Acad.; Patrick McKeon, Tilton; Mike Donelan, and Zack Dixon, Philips Acad.; Tom McIntire and Josh Howard, Philips Exeter; Armando Garcia, and Victor Plaza, Winchendon; Andrew Henshaw and Chris Roswess, Bridgton; Miles Brewer, Tabor; Daniel Marvin, Holderness; Neil Levanchy, Cushing; Shaka Pilgrim, Brewster; Michael Moulton, Providence CD; Lucky Mkosana and Nicholas Powell, Kimball Union; Ben Brewster, New Hampton.
GIRLS SOCCER: Sady Tobin, Chelsea Hunter, and Kate McCarthy, Loomis Chaffee; Emily Little, Philips Andover; Aliza Miller, Gann; Julia Panopoulos, Philips Exeter; Melissa Rundlett, Kents Hill; Lauren Brodeur, Wilbraham and Monson; Meg Beimfohr, Deerfield; Courtney Talcott, Worcester Acad.; Mallory Smith, Hamden Hall; Casey Orr, Wooster; Bethany Dymarczyk, Westminster; Jillian Mastroianni, Choate; Spenser Allaway, Williston Northampton; Joy-Marie Fernandes, NMH; Lindsay Leddy, Wheeler; Alex Troli, Kent; Holly Lagasse and Kerry Scalora, Taft; Faith Spencer, Hotchkiss; Chanelle Roy, Brewster.
DIVISION 1: Eyob Eyualem, Ian Winthrop, Thomas Leger, Jun Youb Lee, Exeter; Lowell Reeve, Will Ferraro, Nick Gates, George Gurney, Nate Sans, St. Pauls; Charles Ganner, Eli Howe, Mike Discenza, Andover; Anthony Shurz, Sam Belcher, Deerfield; Faraz Sohail, Loomis-Chaffee.
DIVISION 2: Sintayehu Taye, Aaron Evans, Breandan Gardland, and Joseph Bouvier, Cushing; Ryan Hopkins, Brunswick; Jeremy Levenson, Hopkins; Eli Ingersoll, Salisbury; Will Gibbons, Belmont Hill; Renato Campos, Kent Hill; Kyle Vigneault, Suffield.
DIVISION 3: Alex Karwoski, Django Broer-Hellermann, Theodore Leonhardt, John Goodlander, and Jamie Norton, Groton; Corey Lyons and Aldous Strother, Governors Academy; Tom Finneran, Thayer; Justin Murray, Kingswood-Oxford; Bennett Geyer, St. Georges.
DIVISION 1: Abby Levene, Jen Downing, Stephanie Moroney, Berol Dewdney, Sarah Cohan, Aubrey Zimmerling, Sara Ho, Andover; Mary Brunelli, Hotchkiss; Stephanie Crocker, St. Pauls; Amy Schuman, Natalie Russell, Margaret Ayers, Exeter; Sara Davenport, Kalle Deyette, Loomis Chaffee; Brett Lewis, Choate.
DIVISION 2: Jenny Donnelly, Marissa Shoji, Rhetta Nadas, Nobles; Zoe Bulger, Kate Bulger, and Kristen Skillman, Winsor; Tenley Godfrey, Kent; Danielle Harrison, Westover; Elisa Schrunkert, Cushing; Stephanie Ross, Hopkins.
DIVISION 3: Olivia Fay and Brianne Rok, Portsmouth Abbey; Elleree Erdos and Sarah Trautman, BB&N; Krisztina Dearborn, Brewster; Alison Travers, Governors Academy; Megan Flaherty, Thayer; Alisondra Maykranz and Kerri McKie, Groton; Jaclyn Tules, Pomfret.
ALL-NEW ENGLAND FIELD HOCKEY
CLASS A: Alexandra Kinney, Aleca Hughes, Dana Brisbane and Carla Tamer, Hotchkiss; Sarah Plumb, Casey Griffin and Stephanie Gill, Nobles; Britney van Valkenburg and Lindsey Weiner, Andover; Kyle Marzione and Sarah McCarrick, Greenwich; Caroline Filler, Deerfield; Anna Giannoni, Loomis; Liesl Morris, Taft; Sara Nolan, Westminster.
CLASS B: Danielle Scharf, Kelley Brennan, Helen Pearsall and Clara St. Germain, Berkshire; Marianna Zak, Emily French and Tory Arnold, Middlesex; Christie Donovan and Paige Murray, Brooks; Jaquie Drew and Caroline Chessare, St. Marks; Megan Shea, Cushing; Annie Clayman, Govs; Allie Conti, St. Georges; Emily Leech, Suffield.
CLASS C: Teraysa White, Ethel Walker and Liz Nadeau, Brewster; Lindsay Lincoln and Lindsey Orszulak, Gunnery; Kelly Hood, Hannah OBrien and Jenna Stearns, Holderness; Whitney Frates, Kyle Lyons, Jen Hand and Andrea Hoisington, Kimball Union; Mimi Anthony and Mary Rose Morrison, Millbrook; Amy Mc- Laughlin, Pingree.