PLAYERS OF THE YEARS
Division 1: Masconomet
The Chieftains’ senior captain had a goal and an assist in the Division 1 North final and two goals in the EMass final. With 14 goals on the year, Burke earned Cape Ann MVP, Cape Ann All-Star, and EMass All-Star nods.
Division 2: Concord-Carlisle
An All-American, All-New England, and All-State midfielder, O’Brien had 21 goals and 3 assists this season, giving him 47 and 10 for his career. The senior helped the Patriots (16-4-2) reach their third straight Division 2 state title game.
Division 3: Lynnfield
The Cape Ann League’s leading scorer with 24 goals and 22 assists, Addonizio was named league Player of the Year. He received All-State and All-New England nods, and helped the Pioneers reach the Division 3 North final.
With 34 goals in 2011, Alvarenga set a season scoring mark for the Blue Knights, sparking them to their fourth straight Atlantic Coast title and second Division 2 South sectional crown. The four-year starter eclipsed 100 career points.
Greater New Bedford, senior
Carvalho was the leading scorer in the South Coast Conference with 17 goals and 18 assists and led the Bears to the Division 1 EMass final. He finished his high school career with 30 goals and 30 assists. He will attend UMass-Dartmouth.
Bishop Feehan, senior
Devoy became the Shamrocks’ all-time leading scorer while collecting All-New England, All-State, EMass All-Star and Eastern Athletic Conference MVP honors. He has committed to play at Northeastern next fall.
Dumbuya led the Mustangs to the Division 1 North semifinals, picking up the Greater Boston League’s MVP and a second EMass All-Star selection. He had 14 goals and 17 assists this season and finished his career with 31 goals and 45 assists.
Greenwood posted a 0.5 goals against average and had 11 shutouts, earning Bay State co-MVP honors. The goalkeeper was also named to the Bay State Conference All-Star team and was an All-State and EMass All-Star selection.
Murray , an All-American, was named Hockomock League MVP and earned his third EMass and league All-Star nods. With 8 goals and 8 assists this season, Murray climbed to second on the Bulldogs’ all-time scoring list.
St. John’s Prep, senior
Robinson led a defense that allowed only 7 goals over 19 games, as the Eagles won back-to-back Catholic Conference championships. He scored 6 goals and had 4 assists and was named the Catholic Conference MVP.
Rodrigues scored 17 goals and had 6 assists and was named Merrimack Valley Conference Player of the Year. He captained the Red Raiders to an 11-5-4 overall record and a MVC Large Division crown with an undefeated 9-0-4 league mark.
East Boston, senior
Ruiz ran away with the state scoring title with 37 goals and 21 assists, earning him EMass All-Star, All-State, and All-New England honors. The three-time Boston City League All-Star finished his career with 140 points (77 goals, 63 assists).
Silva was Middlesex Large MVP and is a two-time EMass All Star and an All-New England selection. He finished his career with 51 goals and 16 assists. Silva also captains the Tanners’ indoor and outdoor track teams.
Sisk, the Warriors captain, had 9 goals and 13 assists in leading Lincoln-Sudbury to a 15-1-2 record. He earned All-State and EMass All-Star selections and was a four-time DCL All-Star in helping his team to its fourth straight league title.
As captain, Steeves picked up Bay State Conference co-MVP honors after scoring 24 goals and amassing 15 assists to spark the Rockets to the conference title. He has been a three-time conference All-Star and a two-time EMass All-Star.
COACHES OF THE YEAR
Division 1: Greater New Bedford
Andrade made the best of his sixth season with the Bears, coaching them to a 20-4-1 record as Greater New Bedford captured its third straight South Coast Conference title and a Division 1 South championship.
Division 2: Salem
The Witches’ have increased their wins in each of Collins’s three seasons. He finished 2011 with a 13-4-2 overall record and 10-2-2 record in the Northeast Conference. Collins was named Coach of the Year for the second straight season.
Division 3: Georgetown
DiFranco steered the Royals to a 19-2-3 record as they captured their first Cape Ann League title in 21 years. Georgetown also won Division 3 North and EMass titles and made the state final, all firsts for the program.
Atlantic Coast - Dennis-Yarmouth: Marc-Andre Parent. Falmouth: Conor Fitzgerald, Evan Jastremski, Richard Moore. Marshfield: Conor Fitzgerald, Evan Jastremski. Nauset: Ben Czuchra, Nick Hoffman, James McLeod, Jake Moore, Cody Savonen. Plymouth North: Connor Follette, Ryan Moskos. Plymouth South: Nick Parker, Devin Sullivan. Sandwich: Peter Alvarenga, Dallas Donovan, Austin Haygood, Sam Scholi, Kyle Van Cleef
Bay State - Braintree: Mike Kelley. Brookline: Eric Buck, Miles Rubin. Dedham: MacKenzie Farrell. Framingham: Jeff Braverman, Lorran Cancado, Aelaf Soloman. Milton: Roy Butlin, Ryan Madden. Natick: David Hepp. Needham: Mac Steeves, Harry Swartz. Newton North: Tim Stanton, Luke Westman. Norwood: Tyler Goncalves. Walpole: Conor Murtagh, Alex Sarkis, Tim Sullivan. Wellesley: Gray Louis, Ryan Stuntz. Weymouth: Josh Berg, Scott Greenwood, Mikey Lynch
Big Three - Brockton: Spencer Benoit, Shamus Clifford, Phillip Douglas, Joel Lobo, Edmar Vieira. Durfee: Tyler Menezes, Andre Reis, Keith Worsley. New Bedford: Rui Aguiar, Osla DeBrito, Ryan Duarte, Klisman Sousa
Boston City - Boston International: Yannck Correia, Eber Moreno, Bruno Pires. Brighton: Erickson Brito, Hector Marta, Klisman Mendes. Burke: Danilson Collins, Prince Collins, Manuel Pires. Charlestown: Manuel Andrade, Gary Andrew Braham, Mikia Gurmera. CASH: Ralph Angrand, Ridgy Denis Caton, Claude Jean-Calirte. Dorchester: Montfort Bembeleza, Stanley Elie, Anthony Snow. East Boston: Erick Escobar, Oscar Espinosa, Carlos Ruiz. Latin Academy: Erwin Fuentes, Chaayfou Hong, Nikiander Pelari. Madison Park: Pedro DaSilva, Leonel Pontes, Kevin Teixeira. O’Bryant: Carlos Bryant, Daniel Sanchez, Devonte Wilson. Snowden: German Bustamante, Mohammed Toure, Sebastian Vasco. South Boston: Melven Barros, Thien Le, Canh Nguyen. West Roxbury: Joseph Kayode
Cape Ann - Georgetown: Matt Bitchell, Ryan Browner. Hamilton-Wenham: Luke Besse, Max Montanari. Lynnfield: Marco Addonizio, George Levantakis. Masconomet: Chad Burke, Chip Sherman. Newburyport: Adam Traxler. North Andover: Tim Chiang, Tory Gabriello. North Reading: Chip Schipelliti. Pentucket: Matt Farrell, Colin MacDonald. Rockport: AJ Burnham, CJ Burnham
Catholic Central - Archbishop Williams: Aidan Browne, Mickey Matthews, Shane Moriarty, Jake Reardon. Arlington Catholic: Michael Brent, Charlie Carvahlo, Trevor Hamilton, Brian Witham. Austin Prep: Brad Rivotto, Scott Vinchesi. Bishop Fenwick: Bryan Blaisdell, Chris Poirier, Ian White. Cardinal Spellman: Brian Steeves. Cathedral: Marlon Nelson. Cristo Rey: Stephen Lopez, Kevin Martinez, Jardel Mendes, Edson Rosa. Lowell Catholic: Kyle Boucher, Matthew Nachatelo, Ryan Natale, Andrew Pereira, Scott Wilder, Ryan Witts. Marian: Kevin Crossman, Alex Holt. Matignon: Ryan Anglin, Jeremy Breen, Ricky Canales, Santiago Gonzalez, John Shanahan, John Thompson, Hee Won Yon. Pope John: Sean Balser, Andres Giraldo, Nick Kelley. St. Mary’s: Alexander Alleyne, Ralph Bertrand, Pedro Lucas-Ferreira, Helio Neto. Trinity Catholic: Gal Rab Kim, Brett O’Keefe
Catholic Conference - BC High: Caleb Long, Andrew Sparks, Chris Valley. Catholic Memorial: Henri Jean Claude, Ryan Lemioe. Malden Catholic: Nolan Alberghini, Thales Brito. St. John’s Prep: Grant Bean, Ken Fryer, Ryan McManus, Carter Ocko, Deklan Robinson. Xaverian: Chris Doire, Ben Mecsas-Faxon, Brennan Sullivan
Dual County - Acton-Boxborough: Ryan Rose. Bedford: Michael Dushman, Joel Reubenstein. Concord-Carlisle: Gregoire Fauchet, Mike O’Brien, Chris Walker-Jacks. Lincoln-Sudbury: Michael Joseph, Chris Kafina, Michael Schwalm, Forest Sisk, Jacob Weltman. Newton South: Mike Duggan, Miles Meth. Waltham: Nathan Pierre-Louis, Thomas Roosevelt, Gerson Zuniga-Osorio. Wayland: Chris D’Amico, Doug Lyons, Nico Pascual-Leone. Westford: Joe Brunelle, Kurt Naugler, Doug Searl. Weston: John Foody
Eastern Athletic - Bishop Feehan: Matt Boland, Devin Devoy, Nick Hetland, Mike McShane. Bishop Stang: Sarandon Dias. Coyle & Cassidy: Nate Biedak, Daniel Borges, James Whithers. Martha’s Vineyard: John Marcal, John Olivera, Jack Roberts. Somerset Berkley: Steve Anderson, Kyle DaCoste
Greater Boston - Cambridge: Josiah Mardell, Powell Schneider. Everett: Eric Chajon, Gabriel Moya. Malden: Renaud Jean, Lucas Silva. Medford: Matheus Antastacio, John Dumbuya, Jonathan Pires, Jamison Semerzier, Gilbert Simas. Somerville: Thayrone Miranda, Edgardo Perez Vasquez, Matheus Reis, Andre Rolim
Hockomock - Attleboro: Alain Laurent, Dominik Machado, Michael Regan. Canton: Colby Gavigan, Matt Kelly, Scott Levy, Chris Murray. Foxborough: Dan Adair, Sawyer Fleck. Franklin: Zach Scafati, Reed Turgeon. King Philip: Jonathan Keys, Ian Pimental. Mansfield: Andrew Moomey, Dan Sarkis. North Attleborough: Luke Albertini, Ryan Kingsley. Oliver Ames: Dave MacKinnon, Connor McCormack, Dave Stapleton. Sharon: Sahil Patel. Stoughton: Zach Finer
Merrimack Valley - Andover: Drew Johnson. Billerica: Andrew Ciccariello, Chris Sanchez. Central Catholic: Matt Fenlon, Tyler Graham. Chelmsford: Doug Calenda, Taylor Dawson, Joe Ofosu. Dracut: Dan Campbell. Haverhill: Mark Hogan, Zach Sindoni. Lawrence: Michael Goodwin. Lowell: Mauricio Escobar, Brandon Fahlberg, Guilherme Rodrigues. Methuen: Kevin Echeverry, Kevin Lima. Tewksbury: Alex Bouthot
Middlesex (Large) - Arlington: Fernando Cuervo-Torello, Matt Wah. Belmont: Jeremy Lockett, Christian Raymond. Lexington: Sam Eddy, Stefano Gambino, Gavin Lewis. Reading: Jeremy Battye. Winchester: Conor Calnan, Sam Paul, Jonathan Redwine, Zach Samson, Jeff Tilley. Woburn: Bobby Campbell, David Cooper, Nick Rocheville, Valerio Silva, Joe Tedesco
Middlesex (Small) - Burlington: Derek Skinner, Vasili Vakalfotis. Melrose: Ben Mack, Andrew Morgan, Frantzdy Pierrot, Zeke Vainer. Stoneham: Alex Brown, Ryan Carino, Connor Carrns, Anthony DeAngelo, Bradley Fagan, Seamus Landers. Wakefield: Charles Flannagan. Watertown: Raffi Chilingaryan, Heath Kimara. Wilmington: Colin Doherty, Phil Lentini, Jamie Mara
Northeastern - Beverly: Conor Leahy, Cam Rogers, Mike Rosenberry. Danvers: Jon Amico, Ethan Collins, Matt Kidney, Eric Martin, Brendan Murphy, Ethan Tye. Gloucester: Alex Davis, Logan Horne, Calvin Kipruto, Paulo Lopes, JJ Palazzola. Lynn Classical: Abdoulaye Bah, Javier Castro, Salvatore Castro, Alex CiFuente, Don Gomez, Kevine Kakou, Yabesi Musema. Lynn English: Leo Awokang, Jefferson Fobellah, Adhurim Xhemajli, Valdrim Xhemajli. Marblehead: Josh Beloff, Rudy Mukania. Peabody: Alec Cequiera, Mike Chiappini, Zach DaSilva, Colin Mahoney, Pat Ryan. Revere: Wilmer Cruz, Qais Ghulam, Mohamed Kenawy, Steve Reyes-Pineda. Salem: Daniel Collins, Dimitri Flessas, Brion Likaj, Esosa Okunmwendia, Jake Theriault. Saugus: Andre Ipojuca, Alex Ung, Brandon Wladkowski. Swampscott: Adnan Dzino, Phil O’Connor, Kendrick Simpson, Erick Verdu. Winthrop: DJ Estrada, Rigen Mehilli
South Coast - Apponequet: Nick Pilotte. Bourne: Luke Weatherby. Dighton-Rehoboth: Evan Rosa, Brendon Vasconcelos. Fairhaven: Andy Espindola. Greater New Bedford: Flavio Carvalho, Felipe Dias, Corey Lopes. Old Rochester: Chris Hiralall, Jon Zucco. Seekonk: Matt Foley, Jeff Magina. Wareham: Nick Cleveland
South Shore - Abington: Rob McClafferty, Eddie Neary. Carver: Kevin Aldrovandi, Tyler Johnson. Cohasset: Jonah Adkins, Joe Buckley, Nick Tangherlini, Jamie Timothy. East Bridgewater: Jared Burns, Matt Crowley, Dylan Voss. Harwich: Mike Mahar, Tyler Meehan. Hull: Richie Fleck. Mashpee: Romeo Grey, Dylan Shute, Jake VanGelder. Norwell: James Arnold, John Fisher, Sean O’Sullivan, Billy Sewell. Rockland: Kevin Strobel
Tri-Valley - Ashland: Jake Ames. Bellingham: Tim Bates, Cameron Hickey. Dover-Sherborn: Chris Flight, Brian Hands, Sam Hunter, Sam Jordan, Ben Newbert. Holliston: Mike Chaput, Jared Emmons, Ryan Snow. Hopkinton: Brian Henise, Jack Hilger, Jonathan Lee. Medfield: Bikash Bhondari. Medway: Austin Aviza, Ryan Fanning, Dan Messina. Norton: Kolin Campbell, Tyler O’Neil. Westwood: Jonathan Harper, Sean Laughlin
HOW WE PICKED THE TEAM
The All-Scholastic boys’ soccer team was selected by the school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass leagues.