Athletes of the Year
Division 1: New Bedford, Senior, Midfield
The captain led his team to an undefeated regular season and pushed his career totals to 58 goals and 51 assists. He was MVP of the Big 3 Conference and an All-State and All-New England selection the past two years. He also was named an NSCAA All-American this season.
Division 2: North Andover, Senior, Midfield
The Cape Ann League MVP tallied 19 goals and 11 assists this season, and was an All-New England selection. He was an All-State selection the past two years, and was the EMass All-Star Game MVP last year. The senior is considering Villanova, Vermont, and UMass for college.
Division 3: Harwich, Senior, Midfield
Rendon was Player of the Year in the South Shore League and was an All-New England and All-State selection. The senior captained his team to league titles the past two seasons. A National Honor Society student, Rendon will attend the US Coast Guard Academy next year.
Lexington, Junior, Defense
The junior helped lead his team to a Division 1 EMass title, the Middlesex League title, and a 19-1-3 record this season. He scored 11 goals and added 11 assists and was an All-State selection. He is a three-year starter who also runs track during the winter and spring seasons.
Roxbury Latin, Senior, Forward
The leading scorer in the ISL with 17 goals and six assists, he finishes his career with 55 goals and 23 assists, while garnering All-State and All New England honors this season. He has earned ISL honors in track and basketball and will play soccer at Notre Dame.
Hingham, Senior, Forward
Canepa tallied 21 goals and eight assists this season and earned a spot on the All-New England team. He was also named to the All-State team for the second consecutive year. The UMass-bound senior is an honor roll student and he finished his career with 54 goals and 23 assists.
Lynn Classical, Senior, Forward
The senior captain scored 30 goals and tallied 13 assists this season, earning the Northeastern Conference North MVP award. He was named to the All-State team and racked up 93 goals and 40 assists during his three-year career. He is considering Maryland, Santa Clara, and Boston University, among others.
Danvers, Senior, Forward
The Northeastern Conference South MVP led EMass with 33 goals and added 14 assists this season. He was also named to the Coaches All-State team and is a three-time NEC All-Star. The honor student plans to study engineering in college.
Lincoln-Sudbury, Junior, Forward
The two-time All-Scholastic had 22 goals and six assists en route to his second Dual County League MVP award. The junior led his team to the Division 1 North final and earned spots on the All-American, All-New England, and All-State teams. He has 46 goals and 18 assists in his three seasons.
Catholic Memorial, Senior, Forward
The senior captain scored the decisive goal in his team's 1-0 victory in the state championship game against Ludlow. Donovan netted 18 goals and added 15 assists this season, earning him the Catholic Conference MVP award. He was named to the All-State team and is committed to Duke University.
Marshfield, Senior, Defense
The senior center back was named to the All-New England, All-State, and Atlantic Coast League All-Star teams after leading the Rams to a 9-7-4 record. He also plays for the Crusaders United soccer team, and is a National Honor Society student.
St. George's, Senior, Defense
A powerful defender and scoring threat for the Dragons, Graham was a four-year starter and captain the last two years. The ISL defensive MVP for 2009 capped his career by being named first team All-ISL, a New England NEPSAC All-Star, and an All-New England/All-American candidate.
Chapel Hill, Junior, Forward
Lee, who also plays lacrosse, was named the EIL's Player of the Year after leading the conference in scoring for the third straight year. With 16 goals and 5 assists this season, Lee was also named Chapel Hill's MVP for the third straight season.
Reading, Senior, Forward
The Middlesex League MVP and All-New England selection racked up 17 goals and five assists this season, including three goals in the playoffs. He was named to the All-State and EMass All-Star teams and finished his career with 26 goals and nine assists.
Dighton-Rehoboth, Senior, Forward
Rose holds school records for goals in a game (5), season (34), and career (89), and most points in a season (45) and career (111). He had 32 goals and five assists this season and was an All-New England and All-State selection. He also runs winter track and plays baseball.
Framingham, Senior, Midfield
The Bay State League MVP scored 23 goals and added 10 assists this season and was selected for the All-New England and All-State teams. During his career he tallied 44 goals and 27 assists and the Flyers won two EMass Division 1 titles.
Phillips Exeter, Senior
2009 was a year for the record books for Slingerland, who tied the school record for goals in a season (16) and broke the career record (44). Slingerland, who scored a goal in the East-West Senior All-Star game, will play lacrosse and perhaps soccer at Harvard next year.
Brockton, Senior, Forward
A member of the Coaches Division 1 All-State team, Timas led the Boxers to a 16-4-2 mark and the Division 1 South title game. With 13 goals and 14 assists, the team captain and Big Three All-Star was ranked second in the conference in scoring.
Winchester, Senior, Goalkeeper
Woolf had one of the best goalkeeping seasons in school history, winning 12 games, posting nine shutouts, and allowing 0.81 goals per game. The senior captain holds the school record with 30 career wins. He set a Middlesex League mark with 17 saves in a 1-1 tie against Lexington this season.
Coach of the Year
Catholic Memorial, , Division 1
The Catholic Memorial alum led the Knights to their first state title in boys' soccer, finishing with an 18-3-3 record. He has a 51-30-17 in five seasons at CM. He also coaches track in the winter and spring seasons and is a former cross-country All-Scholastic.
Sandwich, , Division 2
Tedeschi led Sandwich to the first sectional title in school history when it won the Division 2 South championship. The team finished 18-2-3 and won its fourth straight Atlantic Coast League title. In 23 seasons he is 226-141-51. He also coaches boys' tennis.
Weston, , Division 3
In his eighth year at the helm, he led his team to a 15-2-6 record, a Dual County League Small co-championship, and the Division 3 state title. A San Diego native, he said this year's squad "did a great job on working hard and focusing on one day at a time."
How we picked the team
The All-Scholastic boys' soccer team was selected by the Boston Globe's school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass leagues. Text by Evan MacDonald.
Dennis-Yarmouth: Robbie Nelson. Falmouth: Charlie Breslin, Matt Flynn, Tyler Singer-Clark. Marshfield: Wade Jastremski, Jeff Kilday, Andrew Sheridan. Nauset: Ben Altneu, Logan Brown, Garrett McEnaney, Tyler Savoner. Plymouth North: Jon Landers, Brian Mason. Plymouth South: Devin Sullivan. Sandwich: Peter Alverenga, Nick Cotter, Dallas Donovan, Adam Scholi, Kyle Van Cleef.
Braintree: Kyle Garvan, Craig Shadduck. Brookline: Matt Daugherty, Cole McCracken, Minjae Song. Dedham: Jeffrey Farrell. Framingham: Keith Danley, Matheus Goncalves, Marlon Ramalho, Gustavo Santos. Milton: Stephen Farmer, Stefan Pouliot. Natick: Rei Mitsuyama, Andrew Murphy. Needham: Ryan Hagen, Eli Teplin. Newton North: Gianluca Viscomi. Norwood: Dan Cubelli. Walpole: JP Lawton. Wellesley: Jeremy Luck, Kevin O'Brien. Weymouth: Mike Dias, Robbie Lynch, Zak Stuart.
Brockton: Moises Alves, Junior DePina, Daniel Famosi, Admilson Timas. Durfee: Tercio Cardeiro, Michael Sousa, Romeo Tamba. New Bedford: Fernando Baptista, Tiago Dourado, Kyle Duarte, Victor Ferreira, John Macaroco, Alex Machado.
Boston English: Yayha Jama, Hermon Woldeghiorgis. Boston International: Jose Barros, Wuilito Fernandes. Brighton: Douglas Inacio, Ibrahim Tiene. Burke: Jose Borges, Jovan Scott. Charlestown: Brenton Beaufils, Jonathan Delgado. Dorchester: Montfort Bembeleza, Quesi James. East Boston: Kelvin Martinez, Carlos Ruiz. Hyde Park: Amer Fadelelsaid, Vladimir Mead. Latin Academy: Luis Marin, Nikiander Pelari. O'Bryant: Deinam Dikibo, Ronald Ilia. Snowden: Maksim Neganov, Miguel Rosado. South Boston: Anh Huynh, Man Pham. West Roxbury: James Germain, Alteus Judelin.
Georgetown: Bryant Yavorski. Hamilton-Wenham: Matt Herrick. Ipswich: Robbie Dick. Lynnfield: Brendan Colby. Masconomet: Kevin McAllister, John Miller. Newburyport: Marc Bajko. North Andover: Gareth Dudney, Ross Marchand. North Reading: Steven Dixon. Pentucket: Taylor Beaton. Rockport: Andrew Burnham, Keady Segel. Triton: Collin Smith. Wilmington: Caleb Rogers, Tossapol Saenchandi.
Archbishop Williams: Matt Forbes, Ray Gafney, Kevin Jaogo. Arlington Catholic: Agostinho Lam, Steve MacDonald. Austin Prep: Mark Kalaris, Shawn Leahy, Matt Moran, Vin Visconti. Bishop Fenwick: Fransisco Anzoatequi, Brandon Ballard, Doug Garabedian, Connor McCormack, Artie Newman. Cardinal Spellman: JJ Battaglia, Tony Bolduc, Michael Kearney, Ryan Narciso, Paul Pits. Cathedral: Jelani Connell. Lowell Catholic: Matt Cavanaugh, David Haley, Andrew Larmand, Eric Savard, Jason Savard, Kyle Thomas. Marian: Tim Lang, Tim Walsh. Matignon: Hieu Nguyen, Charlie Rinaldo, J.B. Thompson, Jae Won Choi, Seaong Wook Moon. North Cambridge Catholic: Stephen Lopez, Kevin Martinez. Pope John: Cesar Caniuff, Nick Kelley, Jerry Matouv. St. Mary’s: Alex Glover, Rob Gogain, Julian Yourawksi. Trinity Catholic: Gyeongmin King, Dave Oreste, Nicola Scarrone, Daryl Thomas.
BC High: Nick Alberti, Rob Bergquist, Phil Ditullio, Andrew Morgan, Ronan O'Callahan. Catholic Memorial: Conner Askins, Hamadi Cantave, William Donovan, Alex Flores. Malden Catholic: Nick Annesse, Steve Salazar. St. John's Prep: Dan O'Conner, Jim O'Leary, Steve Pasinski. Xaverian: Ben Widenaar.
Chelsea: Ricardo Amaya, Yanquel Da Silva, Elvin Merino, Diego Reyes, Norlin Torres. Fellowship Christian: Joe Ertsos, Trevor Glines. Greater Lawrence: Edward Boateng, Matt Jasinski, Chris Suarez. Greater Lowell: Kevin Borba, C.J. Monoxelos, Chris Morlock. Lynn Tech: Klaus Alexis, Pedro Blas, Orlin Escalante, Richard Jones-Alas, Gustavo Rodriguez. Minuteman: Arnon Albuquerque, Jose Cuadro, Dan Maloney, Ken March. North Shore: Jeremy Caira, Derrick Frazier, Tim Gil, Gary Polsonetti, Pete Randazzo. Northeast: Gustavo Araujo, Camilo Flores, Daniel Jaramillo, Christian Mukala, Douglas Silveira. Shawsheen: Rich Madigan, Mike O'Connell, Mark Sarro. Whittier: Jacob Bradwell, Matt Capprini, Peter Desmarais, Traeger Domoretsky, Jake Greene.
Acton-Boxborough: Nolan Condron, Oliver Davis, Dillon Meagher. Arlington: Simon Ginet, Miles Powell. Bedford: Alex Kovacs, Mike Thorsen, Nevin Whalley. Boston Latin: Aiden Browne, Ignacio Farias. Concord-Carlisle: Cam McGrory, Aaron Nickelseberg, Alex Puchrick, Drew Vanasse. Lincoln-Sudbury: Brendan Caslin, Cole DeNormandie, Chris Kafina, Forest Sisk. Newton South: Mark Garrity. Tyngsborough: Derek Diaz, John Frazier. Waltham: Eric Garcia, Kleymar Garcia. Wayland: Seth Harper, Nico Pascual-Leone, Michael Trueblood. Westford: Brian Hennessey, Cody Heusmann, Ian Hunter. Weston: Derek Kachadurian, David Nahigian, Eben Timko, Peter Wynant.
Bishop Feehan: Oliver Baublis, Ricky Blythe, Anthony Cichetti, Devin Devoy, Donovan Driscoll. Bishop Stang: Neil Canha, Ethan Grillo, Asa Mills. Coyle & Cassidy: Tim Hamelin, Keith Perry. Martha's Vineyard: Leandre Andrade, Felipe Freitas. Somerset: Josh Davies, Cam Whitford.
Bancroft: David Stillman. Beaver Country Day: Oliver Hunt, Henry Moorhead. Berwick: Ethan Hawes. Chapel Hill: Jae Lee, Matt Perry. Concord Academy: Danny Kliger, Alex Milona. Landmark: Thaoi Kline. Lexington Christian: Ethan Hawes, Geoff Kishbaugh, Michael Oliver, Tim Patrie, Kjell Pu. Pingree: Andrew Faulkner, Nick Gram, Peter Siegel, Patrick Williamson. Portsmouth Abbey: Ethan DaPonte, Chris Larson, Owen Rischmann.
Canton: Ramon Ambrosio, David Corcoran, Matt Heagney, Chris Murray, Igor Perun, Luke Shapiro. Foxborough: Dan Adair. Franklin: Jarret Sassaman, Greg Schmauder. King Philip: Matt Keys, Tyler Marra, Mike Perry. Mansfield: Max Miller. North Attleborough: Toby Berkowitz, Alex Ventola. Oliver Ames: Pietro Galeno, Dylan Hawkins, Conner McCormick. Sharon: Alex Sands. Stoughton: Scott Mitchell.
Belmont Hill: Robert Cahill. Brooks: Andres Burbank-Crump, Nick Vozella. BB&N: Kaeghan Kelly, Jay Messenger, Adam Morollo, Ciaran Nugent. Groton: Will Stankiewicz. Middlesex: Pat Barry, Mike Miele. Nobles: Chris Pratt. Rivers: Jon Garcia. Roxbury Latin: Leon Brown, Kyle Kadlick, Joey Russo. St. George's: Michael Casey, Graham Knisley. St. Mark's: Kyle Volpe. St. Paul's: Charles Rice, Luke Sisler. St. Sebastian's: Peirce Daly, Zane Stanton. Thayer: Zack Grady, Alex Issa.
Avon: Keith Berry, Zach Berry, Evan Stimpson. Bishop Connolly: David Barbosa, Peter Lee, Issac Massa. Blue Hills: James Cahill, Matt Keenan, Derek Walker. Bristol-Plymouth: Mark Casses, Tyler Daniel, Nate Pereira, Cassio Viera. Chatham: Cameron Blanco, David Coy, Jack Geiger, Matt Lucas, Peter Sheppard. Holbrook: Tyler Hughes, Ryan Ring. Old Colony: Andrew Cordiero, Mike Delgado, Zach Horn, Brett Tchorz. Sacred Heart: John Ladas, Chris Markon, Francais Mulkern, Simon Ostrowski, Garret Seibert. Tri-County: Nick Crowley, Taylor Crowley, Drew Flamenco, Chase Mechlinski. West Bridgewater: Taylor Bradford, Chris Cosgrove, Joe Meltzer, Andrew Nersessian. Westport: Alex Ferreira, Nick Friar, Chris Hartnett, Justin Kochman, Zach Lebreux, Chris Rosa, Brandon Torres.
Mass. Bay Independent
Boston Trinity: Alex Egilman, Daniel Kim, Ian Mulholland. BU Academy: Danny Housley, Andy Yu. Brimmer & May: Matt Lebowitz, Stephen Mulloy, Patrick Pierre-Victor. Cambridge Weston: Zach Hamilton, Franklin Stubbs. Commonwealth: Jackson Elliot, Michael Nalipinski. Gann Academy: Benjamin Bernays, Noah Davis, Sam Kusinitz. Greater Boston Academy: Rodney Durand, Jerry Phanor. Learning Center: Ben Letandre. Newman Prep: Xiong Hao, Kofi Kyeremateng, Botian Liu. Waldorf: Jackson Cohen. Waring: Tim Allen, Nate Dimauro, Peter Howes, Reeve Moire.
Andover: Kaelan Crawford, Randy Sartor. Billerica: Tim Canniff, Steve Hunter, Ryan Nickerson. Central Catholic: Dan Caruso, Josh Voto. Chelmsford: Dave DiPanfilo. Dracut: Kyle Adie, Aaron Barbosa. Haverhill: Jared Lewis. Lawrence: Francisco Cuesta, Edgar Escalante. Lowell: Felipe Fagundes. Tewksbury: Jon DiGiorgio, Christopher Santos.
Belmont: Ben Levy, Shuntaro Shirota. Burlington: Juan Aguilar, Costa Vakorlfotis. Lexington: Thomas Ballenthin, Kristian Driscoll, Alex Lukez, Jordan Mizerak, Kyle Petersson, Jordan Vanderhooft. Melrose: Zach Bachiri. Reading: Peter Finigan, Graham Flynn, Josh Gosselin, Ryan Nelson, Allan Parrelli. Stoneham: Eric Trant, Jeff Yerxa. Wakefield: Ryan DiBenedetto. Watertown: Erik Yakuze. Winchester: Ben Bratt, Dean Constant, Kevin DeSa, Ephesian Simpson, Nick Woolf. Woburn: Carlos Cabral, Eric DeSantis, Valerio Silva, Paul Tague.
Bridgton Academy: Rob Palumbo, Steve Palumbo. Cushing: Brian Troy. Holderness: Francis Ahia. Kimball Union: Luke Han, Pascal Mensah. New Hampton: Dillon Harrington. Phillips Andover: Mike DiFronzo, Garnet Hathaway. Phillips Exeter: Will Bunker, Eric Slingerland. Tabor: Timothy Shea. Tilton: Andy Dustin, Morgan Weireter. Winchendon: Cleiton Coppola, Jeremy Nash. Worcester Academy: Jamie Doherty, Tucker Myhre.
Beverly: Jake Petronzio, Ethan Trowt, Rodrigo Valdez. Danvers: Chris Ciampa, Thomas Conway, Dylan Davis, Thomas Hurley, Eric Martin, Andrew Mikulski, Aaron Tye. Gloucester: Ignacio Farjas, Chase Kelly, Anthony LaRocca, Chris Peritore. Lynn Classical: Abdoulaye Bah, Miguel Castro, Danny Dada, Cristian Lopez, Greg Rybak. Lynn English: Daniel Cordoba, Jefferson Fobellah, Alex Mulbah. Marblehead: Matt Frankel, Mark Imber, Dillon Irving, Max Sherman, Ellory Smith, Sam Terrill, Billy Wyman. Peabody: Corey Cronin, Lucas DeOliveira, Luke Finkelstein, Kyle McGlone, Matt Rodgers, Jason Ryan. Revere: Jensi Guzman, Andres Herrera, Max Ochoa, Franco Tartaglia. Salem: Edwin DeMoya, Brion Likaj, Nuur Mahamed, Mike Shea. Saugus: Carmen Bordanaro, K.J. Mills, Albert Ung. Swampscott: Niclas Biersen, D.J. Marquis, Rockey Nenshati, Kyle Taylor. Winthrop: Dan Sena.
Attleboro: Jake Keefer, Justin Keefer, Dominik Machado, Evan Silvia, Thomas Wampler. Barnstable: Gabe DeSouza, Ken Kelly, Caio Mitre. Bridgewater-Raynham: Joe Esposito, Tom Mullen, Skylor Nelson, Jeff Sherman. Dartmouth: Sondre Brandso, Sammy Martins, Torrey Medeiros. Taunton: Danny Belair, Richard Carter, Brandon Locke.
Duxbury: Steve Blout, Max Cote, Tom Drummy, Morgan Dwinnell, David Hemingway, Jim Landry, Dan Sangster. Hanover: Andrew Bishop, Justin Gardner, Dylan Griffin, James Oliver, Dan Riley, Colin Shea, Jon Spitz. Hingham: Jake Awtry, Brian Blanchard, Andrew Blomberg, Brett Canepa, Ryan King, Terence Morrissey, Jake Spedden, Daniel Stoddard. Middleborough: David Card, Michael Lees, Sean Spillane, Jonathan Wylie. North Quincy: Nick Carbone, Ryan Louis, Kevin Therrien. Pembroke: Tim Cullity, Jared Drennan, Ryan Kulik, Chris Savoia. Quincy: Chris Clayton, Cedric Dybaud, John-Lewis Sherkel. Randolph: Linus Lindberg, Godfred Mbengam, Bryce Menard, Ashton Waters. Rockland: Ryan Boughter, Nick Catania, Bruno Da Silva, Dan Kimball, Steve MacAbby, Cory Mitchell. Scituate: Cooper Davis, Dave Mariano, Peter Martin, Max Pettinelli. Silver Lake: Kevin Ballerini, Doug Hunt, Nate Petrou, Sean Walsh, Robbie Wells. Whitman-Hanson: Greg Brawders, Tom Malloy, Pat Phillips, Nicholas Rothwell, Jason Vancura, Tyler Warsheski, Aaron Wiltshire.
Dighton-Rehoboth: Keith Rose.
Abington: Joe Lawrence. Carver: Pat McLaughlin. Cohasset: Jack Murphy, Will Wise. East Bridgewater: Corey McKeever. Harwich: Zach Jamous, Jacob Rendon, DJ Robinson, Alex Votteler, Chris Votteler. Hull: Nick Borretti, Andrei Nogueira, Calvin Servaes. Mashpee: Scott Ficher, Dan Finn, Connor Tremarche. Norwell: Patrick Collins, Phil Johnson, Curtis Webb.
Ashland: Justin Davis. Bellingham: Isaiah Cerutti, Nick Tavares. Dover-Sherborn: Cam Bielski, Jake Jordan, Ben Newbert. Holliston: Luke Spina, Chris Venesian. Hopkinton: Malcolm Cheney, Wesley Ericksen, Jack Hilger, Zach Hutchinson. Medfield: Keith Bennett, Aidan Harrison, Jake Sino. Medway: Grey Benjamin, Ryan McHale, Derek Phillips, Max Roche. Norton: Keegan Campbell, Ben Donovan, Chris Lenihan. Westwood: Paul Massad.