Tom Finneran, Thayer Academy
The ISLs MVP was the New England Championships runner-up and sealed his third consecutive All-New England selection. A high honors student, he is also on the basketball and track teams. He is undecided about where he will run in college.
Stephanie McCaffrey, BB&N
The sophomore was named the ISL Offensive MVP after scoring 27 goals and adding five assists. Her team finished third in the league and advanced to the NEPSAC quarterfinals. McCaffrey is an honor roll student and also plays basketball.
Brooke Phinney, Middlesex
Phinney, a central midfielder, captained her team this year and was named the ISL Most Valuable Player. She also plays varsity lacrosse for her school. Phinney is an honor roll student and hopes to attend Bowdoin College.
Erin Quinlan, Governor's Academy
Quinlan tied a school record this season with her nine shutouts. The senior keeper is a two-time ISL All- Star and a three-time team MVP. She is a member of the National Honor Society and will attend Syracuse University.
Kyle Rosse, Belmont Hill
Rosse had the best goals-against average in the ISL (0.92) and led his team to its second league championship during his career. The senior has also captained the Belmont Hill basketball team for two seasons. He hopes to attend Connecticut College.
Charlie Rugg, Rivers
Rugg was the ISLs leading scorer, netting 22 goals and adding nine assists. The senior captain was named a NSCAA All-American. A forward, Rugg enjoys drawing and painting and will take his game to Boston College.
Marissa Shoji, Noble and Greenough
Shoji was undefeated during the regular season and managed a second- place finish at the New England championships. Just a sophomore, she holds course records at Noble and Greenough and at Milton Academy.
Max Campion, Beaver Country Day
Campion is the rarest of the rare: a four-time All-Scholastic selection. He was unbeaten this season and had the best scoring average in the league. The senior honors student enjoys boating and fishing and will attend Harvard in the fall.
Dan Carucci, Lexington Christian
League Most Valuable Player Carucci was the anchor for his team, orchestrating games from his central midfield position. The senior also plays varsity basketball. He enjoys playing golf and would like to study business in college.
Jaimie Cappucci, Pingree
Cappucci led the EIL with 21 goals and seven assists and helped her team win its second consecutive league championship. She was voted the EILs Most Valuable Player. Cappucci hopes to attend a NESCAC school and play soccer and softball.
Olivia Fay, Portsmouth Abbey
The two-time EIL girls cross-country champion had another outstanding season for the Rhode Island school. A junior, she is also a two-time NEPSTA champion. Fay is a Deans List student and runs the 800, 1,500, and 3,000 in track.
Samuel Fujimori, Bancroft School
Just a freshman, Fujimori has raked in the honors, being named the EIL Runner of the Year and earning an All-New England selection. The 15-year-old was also his teams MVP. Fujimori also plays lacrosse and wrestles.
Rachel Gerhardt, Bancroft School
Gerhardt set the schools all-time scoring mark this season and picked her up third consecutive school MVP award. Gerhardt also plays softball and enjoys working out and reading in her spare time. The senior hopes to study biology in college.
Celia Balf, Waring School
Balf was a valuable contributor to Waring last season as an eighthgrader and stepped into a more prominent role during this campaign, scoring 15 goals and earning IGC MVP honors. The freshman enjoys music, art, and traveling.
Briana Brown, King
Brown is just a junior but has emerged as the top player in the Fairchester Athletic Association. Brown, the team captain, led King to the NEPSAC title. Brown is at home on courts, with close to 2,000 career points in basketball.
Boitumelo Gugushe, Worcester Academy
Gugushe was a stifling defensive presence for Worcester Academy as a left back and four-year starter. The honor roll student enjoys watching movies and hanging out with friends. Gugushe will play for Boston College next season.
Tully Hannan, Avon Old Farms
Hannan finished his final season in style, going undefeated and winning the New England Division 1 Championship. Hannan is also an accomplished swimmer and is captain of the Avon team. He is on the Headmasters List and honor roll.
Alexandra Kinney, Hotchkiss
Kinney made sure her name would be all over the Hotchkiss record books after breaking four scoring marks this season. During her sterling career, she scored 76 goals and had 36 assists, both records. Kinney will take her talents to Princeton.
Abby Levene, Phillips Academy
Levene, a senior, was undefeated in dual meets and won the NEPSTA Division 1 Championship, setting a course record at Avon Old Farms in the process. She has been on the honor roll every term at Andover and plans to attend Princeton.
Katie McCarthy, Loomis Chaffee
McCarthy, a junior, was named an All-American after leading her team to a 17-1 record and an appearance in the Class A New England prep finals. McCarthy, who also plays basketball and lacrosse, has verbally committed to attend Boston College.
Boys cross-country -- Sam Fujimori and Julian Kollough-Mi, Bancroft; Dylan Awalt-Conley, Concord Academy; David Perloff and Rob Picardi, Lexington Christian; Ed Kielb and Devin Laviano, Portsmouth Abbey; Christopher Trumbo, Landmark; Jolmi Minaya, Pingree; Tory Fruciano and Adam Wing, Beaver Country Day.
Girls cross-country -- Olivia Fay and Kaitlin Patton, Portsmouth Abbey; Ashley Mullaney, Berwick; Emma Quinn, Concord Academy; Sarah Morris, Bancroft; Hillary Chisholm, Dana Hall; Kate Bulger, Jasi Brathwaite, Kristen Skillman, Callie Moriarty, Lindsay Eysenbach, Winsor.
Field hockey -- Rachel Gerhardt and Zoe Richman, Bancroft; Christy Haughey, Allie Campanelli, Olivia Beckwith, and Whitney Reimann, Dana Hall; Haley Thompson, Kaitlyn OConnell, Lyndsey Shepard, Grace Steward, Pingree; Carly Bernstein, Emily Wanger, Chantal Ferguson, Winsor; Hannah Kaemmer and Olivia Pimm, Concord; Erin Brien, Courtney Moran, Newton Country Day; Ally Boglioli, Portsmouth Abbey; Jehane Samaha, Beaver Country Day.
Golf -- Max Campion, Adam Buchbinder, and Erik Tobias, Beaver Country Day; Jack Whelan and Nevin Pathak, Pingree; Chris Atwood and Aaron Harris, Berwick; Andrew Reed, Landmark; Matthew Datillo, Lexington Christian; Justin Stedman, Concord Academy; Pat Hannon, Portsmouth Abbey.
Boys soccer -- Dan Carucci, Peter Gallagher, David Hathaway, Geoff Kishbaugh, and Ian Miller, Lexington Christian; Ben Trotter, Bryan Johanson, and Sam Broadhurst, Bancroft; Gabriel Reich, Beaver Country Day; Peter Jenkinson, Berwick; Jae Lee and Henry Amoah, Chapel Hill; Josh Reed-Diawuoh and Alex Milona, Concord; Ian Griffiths, Landmark; Andrew Smeallie, Allen Williamson and Patrick Williamson, Pingree; Martin Minondo, Javier Carabias, and Ethan Daponte, Portsmouth Abbey.
Girls soccer -- Jaimie Capucci, Ari Twomey, Michaela Colbert, Caitlin Doherty, and Katie King, Pingree; Erica Pagliarulo, Bitsey Greene, Caroline McManus and Hillary Howe, Newton Country Day; Hannah Hoar, Sarah Gray, Rebecca Joseph, and Anna Segar, Dana Hall; Brigid Behan, Riley Grant, and Sarah Taddei, Portsmouth Abbey; Lydia Mitchell and Leah Demetri, Winsor; Brittany Schuh and Erin Ross, Lexington Christian; Courtney Dunne and Nicole Manning, Bancroft; Kimberly Warnick, Berwick; Ibbie Yardley, Beaver Country Day.
Boys cross-country -- David Lamb and Dan Burnett, BB&N; Josh Kirkman, Brooks; Corey Lyons and Aldous Strother, Governors; Ted Leonhardt and Jamie Norton, Groton; Parker Woodworth, Middlesex; Henry Russell, Milton; Nathaniel Dick, Roxbury Latin; Jim Walker, Sam Neagley, St. Marks; Lowell Reeve, Nick Gates, Will Ferraro, Nate Sans, and Tim Coogan, St. Pauls; Ricky Mulroy, St. Sebastians; Tom Finneran, Thayer Academy.
Girls cross-country -- Jessica Mulligan, BB&N; Alanna Mc- Donough, Kaitlyn Haran, Alison Travers, and Kayla Jenson, Governors Academy; Faith Richardson and Ally Maykranz, Groton; Emily Stark and Patricia Smithwick, Middlesex; Marissa Shoji, Ava Geyer, Kerrin Smith, and Jenny Donnelly, Nobles; Katie Grossman, St. Marks; Allie Gurney, Lia Van Dyke, and Calla Chase, St. Pauls; Megan Flaherty, Thayer.
Field Hockey -- Chapin Duke and Olivia King, Brooks; Meghan ODonnell, BB&N; Caitlin Toomey, Governors; Hilary Cranston, Katharine Spring, and Brenna Morrissey, Lawrence; Caitlin Conlon, Allena Dennis, and Brooke Phinney, Middlesex; Caitlin Hickey, Milton; Sarah Duncan, Casey Griffin, Caitlin Fai, and Kaleigh Fitzpatrick, Nobles; Carlie Tarbell, Rivers; Leslie Muzzy, St. Georges; Jacqueline Drew, Caroline Chessare, St. Marks; Charlotte Welbourn, St. Pauls.
Boys soccer -- Chandler Manly, Lawrence; Dan Lee, St. Marks; Leon Brown, Roxbury Latin; Nick Fico, St. Sebastians; Ayo Iwuagwu and Ryan Daley, Brooks; Pat Barry and Tucker Blanton, Middlesex; Chris Lerner, Thayer; Max Fowler and Graham Knisley, St. Georges; Jay Messenger and Adam Morollo, BB&N; Keiran Lewis and Ben Walsh, St. Pauls; Allistair Cummings and Adam Reeve, Groton; Scott Prozeller and Max White, Nobles; Charlie Rugg, Cecil Jeffrey, Harold Salinas, Eric Anderson, Rivers; Sam Duker, Jack Dunphy, Kyle Rosse, and Gene Williams, Belmont Hill.
Girls soccer -- Becca Block and Erin Quinlan, Governors Academy; Casey Blossom, St. Pauls; Lindsey Brooks, St. Georges; Krissy Chapman and Stephanie McCaffrey, BB&N; Jess Clinton, Thayer; Maddie Cohen, Alex Conigliaro, Lauren Martin, and Emily Wingrove, Nobles; Katie Golding, St. Marks; Josette LaRochelle and Beverly Leon, Milton; Eliza Marshall and Marina Moschitto, Brooks; Shannon McSweeney and Sarah Sweeney, Rivers; Megan Morrison and Wally Pierce, Middlesex; Alex Morss, Groton; Sarah Riggert, Lawrence.
Boys cross-country -- Tully Hannan, Avon Old Farms; Sam Craft, Robbie Cholnoky, and Ryan Rice, Choate; Sam Belcher, Deerfield; Mike Discenza, Tim McLaughlin, and Charles Ganner, Philips Andover; Thomas Leger and Miles Richardson, Philips Exeter; Lowell Reeve, Nick Gates, Will Ferraro, and Nate Sans, St. Pauls; Mike Moreau, Taft;
Girls cross-country -- Caroline Bazinet, Choate; Sonia Skoularikis, Hotchkiss; Sara Davenport, Loomis Chaffee; Hannah Ryan, Northfield Mt. Hermon; Abby Levene, Stephanie Moroney, Berol Dewdney, Georgina Norton, Caitlin Kingston, and Aubrey Zimmerling, Philips Andover; Morgan Kelly, Margaret Ayers, and Natalie Russell, Philips Exeter; Alison Gurney and Calla Chase, St. Pauls.
Boys soccer -- Nate Goss, Nick Lincoln, Kimball Union; Matt Wren and Rico Santamari, Tilton; Joe Pestana, Holderness; Tyler Masters and Joseph Mahfood, Tabor; Boitumelo Gugushem Ben Clifford, Francesco Bianco, Worcester Academy; Brian Troy and Neil Lavanchy, Cushing; Matt Gorski and Ethan Hirshberg, Philips Acad.; Fabio Barbosa, New Hampton; Thomas McIntire and Igor Carvalho, Philips Exeter; Jonathan Jean-Louis, Winchendon.
Girls soccer -- Joanna Marie Lawlor, Brewster; Emily Gibbons, Brimmer and May; Leah Tucker, Christian Heritage; Meg Beimfohr, Deerfield; Britta Holum, Ethel Walker; Sophie Kleinert, Greenwich; Mallory Smith, Hamden Hall; Madison Haller, Harvey; Heather Marrison, Hotchkiss; Jayde Bennett and Brittany Casey, Kent; Maryke Moreau and Biance Bodga, Kents Hill; Paula Hagopian, Kingswood-Oxford; Chelsea Hunter and Chelsea Ryan, Loomis Chaffee; Joe Marie Fernandes, Northfield Mt. Hermon; Emily Little and Catherine Coppinger, Philips Andover; Kelly Sullivan, St. Lukes; Kerry Scolora and Holly Lagasse, Taft; Lauren Foballe, Watkinson; Torrey Leroy, Westminster; Tori Frank, Wheeler; Britany Barry, Wilbraham and Monson; Caitlin Alves, Williston Northampton; Samantha Killeen, Worcester Acad.
Independent Girls Conference -- Margaret Fawcett, Hannah Margolis, and Emily Gibbons, Brimmer and May; Kyla Wesley, Marjorie Schmidt, and Tanya Dymski, Chapel Hill; Chloe Renshaw, CSW; Cassie Renshaw, Gann; Cathy Childs and Madison Brosler, Montrose; Adrienne Ogle, Celia Balf, and Allie Hinrichs, Waring; Lexi DeCarr, Woodward.
Volleyball -- Monica Leslie and Kelly Sheehan, Choate; Allison Lyons, Hopkins; Christina Campbell and Faimie Kingsley, Hotchkiss; Briana Brown and Jacquie King, King & Low-Heywood Thomas; Erica Chenard, Danielle Isaman, Loomis Chaffee; Isabelle Engelsted, Meghan McCafferty, and Christina Mommsen, Philips Andover; Olivia Fankuchen, Philips Exeter.
ALL-NEW ENGLAND FIELD HOCKEY
Class A -- Kyleigh Keating, Andover; Kayla Lessard, Deerfield; Lauren Greer, Katharine Pujol, and Elara Mosquera, Exeter; Casey Greene, Greenwich; Alex Kinney, Michelle Burt, Olivia Mucha, and Ellie OBrien, Hotchkiss; Casey Griffin and Sarah Duncan, Nobles; Chelsea Ross, Taft; Emily Walsh and Sara Nolan, Westminster.
Class B -- Kat Spring, Brenna Morrissey, Kelly Horan, and Ashley Motherwell, Lawrence Acad.; Brooke Phinney, Rachel Shay, and Allena Dennis, Middlesex; Olivia King and Carly Churchill, Brooks; Kelly Brennan and Dylan Mae Caron, Berkshire; Kelly Nault, Suffield; Meg McMahon, St. Marks; Hannah Mulvey, Thayer; Mika Black, Williston North Hampton.
Class C -- Kellie Joyce, Jennifer Hand, Linny Kwon, and Shelby Pillsbury, Kimball Union; Kathryn Fox, Megan Edson and Jessie Howard, Brewster; Becca Nichols and Cara Vanin, Rivers; Valentina vonKlencke and Mary Rose Morrison, Millbrook; Jenna Stearns, Holderness; Aexis Stephan, Ethel Walker; Kayla Wagner, New Hampton; Nicole Fernandez, Proctor.