Courtney Lee, Notre Dame of Hingham
Lee led Notre Dame to its seventh straight girls state championship, with her 85 the tournaments low score (on the par-71 course at Green Harbor). She also placed second to Brittany Weddell in the state individual championship, shooting 83.
Coach of the Year
Verne Porter, Ursuline Academy
After going 8-8 in his first season as coach at Ursuline, Porter led his squad to a 10-5 record and a thirdplace finish in the state tournament in 2008. Porter called his squad a great, young team that will be back next year and for years to come.
Jennifer Geary, Duxbury
After being part of two state title teams with Notre Dame of Hingham, Geary transferred to Duxbury. As captain she led the Green Dragons to a 9-1 record. She plans to attend the University of Massachusetts to study sports management.
Joanna LeRoy, Notre Dame of Hingham
Going 11-1 this year, LeRoy shot 42 to finish second at the Mass. Bay League North individual championship. In the girls state team championship, she was the third Cougar golfer to shoot 90 or lower (90). She also earned MBL all-star honors.
Amanda Levy, Nantucket
After making the Whaler boys varsity golf team in 2007, Levy was made captain in 2008 and led her team to a third straight Lighthouse League title. She also finished 18th at the MIAA girls individual championship, shooting 90.
Jennine Regan, Westford Academy
Regan scored a nine-hole average of 38.7. She was the Ghosts first freshman girl to play on the varsity and medaled at the Division 2 North tournament. She also enjoys playing soccer, softball, basketball, crosscountry, and track.
Lilith Remy-Miller, Dartmouth
With an average score of 44 playing on the boys team, Remy-Miller finished tied for 11th at the state individual championship. An honor roll student, Remy-Miller wants to study architecture or engineering in college.
Andie Savel, Lincoln-Sudbury
As a sophomore, Savel swung the sticks well enough to place in the top 10 in the state individual championship. She has already played in five New England Junior PGA tournaments, and hopes to one day play in college.
Rachel Sederberg, Notre Dame of Hingham
The undefeated Sederberg tied for the second-lowest individual score (88) at the girls state team championships as the Cougars won their seventh straight title. She finished third in the Mass. Bay League North individual championship.
Kaitlyn Sharpless, Dennis-Yarmouth
Before she heads to perennial womens golf power Methodist University, Sharpless took care of business with an undefeated senior season. The Mass. Bay League player of the year, she tied for fifth in the state individual tournament with an 86.
Emily Sturgis, Barnstable
She went 4 for 4 as a varsity golfer, making the state tournament and Mass. Bay League All-Star team each year. The Saint Anselm-bound Sturgis also won the Mass. Bay League South All-Star tournament twice, and served as a team co-captain.
Kelly Sullivan, Bedford
As a junior, Sullivan was Bedfords MVP and a Dual County League All-Star in the fall, and then finished tied for seventh at the state individual girls championship and qualified for the Callaway World Series of Golf. Her hobbies include Texas Holdem.
Kelsey Walsh, Falmouth
An honor roll student, tireless volunteer, and member of numerous clubs, Walsh also did well on the golf course. She tied for fifth at the state individual championship and tied for second-lowest score in the team championship (88).
Brittany Weddell, Bourne
Weddell holds the title of only golfer to beat Courtney Lee in 2008, after shooting 75 to win the state girls individual title by eight strokes over Lee. She shot a tournament-low 38 on the front nine, and a tournamentlow 37 on the back.
Anthony Ricci, Bishop Fenwick
Along with Blaine Thibodeau, Ricci helped lead Bishop Fenwick to an 8-0 record in his final prep golf season by going undefeated in match play. The Catholic Central Large MVP in 2008 will take his bag to Salem State. Ricci also plays soccer.
Blaine Thibodeau, Bishop Fenwick
In 2008, Thibodeau proved the precocious could out-putt even the most experienced players. He finished first in the Catholic Central League individual tournament and earned CCL All-Star honors. He also plays hockey and snowboards.
Catholic Central -- Anthony Ricci, Blaine Thibodeau, Brian McConnell, Stephen Cleary, and Patrick Riley, Bishop Fenwick; Marc Notarangelo, Anthony Catanzariti, Frank Kountis, and Bret Collins, Marian; Mike Rufo, Rob Cleary, and John Rufo, Matignon; Anthony Joyce and Mike Grigas, Trinity Catholic; Nick Donovan and Anthony Restuccia, Pope John.
Mass Bay South -- Christina Brewster, Heather Sprinkle, and Emily Sturgis, Barnstable; Kaitlyn Sharpless, Dennis-Yarmouth; Jen Geary, Emma Kellar, and Meg Wyrtzen, Duxbury; Kelsey Walsh, and Melanie Young, Falmouth; Kelsey Eldredge, Nauset.
Mass Bay North -- Courtney Lee, Joanna LeRoy, Rachel Sederberg, and Sarah Whitman, Notre Dame of Hingham; Alex Carter and Lisa Yorra, Brookline; Jenny Cochrane, Hingham; Alison Ludke, Fontbonne; Stephanie Klaubert and Monica Doyle, Ursuline.