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Preps: 2011 All-Scholastics

Led by quarterback Tate Jozokos, Governor’s Academy went undefeated in the ISL and won a NEPSAC bowl title.

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Led by quarterback Tate Jozokos, Governor’s Academy went undefeated in the ISL and won a NEPSAC bowl title.

EIL ALL-SCHOLASTICS

Zachary Herivaux

Beaver Country Day, soccer

A soccer prodigy at a young age, Herivaux lived up to his reputation this fall scoring 8 goals and 7 assists from the midfield, earning EIL MVP honors in the process. He has national team experience, and played overseas in Japan and Portugal.

Kelsey Mullaney

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Dana Hall, field hockey

Mullaney captained her team to an EIL title while leading the squad in assists this season. The senior class president, she is also a four-year starter in softball and ice hockey, and will continue playing field hockey at Bowdoin.

Hannah Nolan

Newton Country Day, soccer

The EIL’s soccer MVP was almost unbeatable in goal with eight shutouts this fall. A four-year starter, she led her team to four straight NEPSAC playoff appearances. The captain, she finished with 211 saves and allowed 11 goals all season.

Delancey King

Winsor, soccer

Only a sophomore, King led the EIL in scoring this season with 19 goals and five assists while helping her team win the league title and garnering her second straight EIL All-Star nod. She is also a standout swimmer for Winsor.

Marykate Surette

Pingree, cross-country

Surette finished the season undefeated, winning the EIL championship this year at Franklin Park and following that up by winning the NEPSTA Division 4 title. A high-honors student, she is a two-time league all-star.

Sam Fujimori

Bancroft, cross-country

The rest of the EIL will be glad to see Fujimori finally graduate as the four-time league runner of the year capped a brilliant career with his fourth straight title. The two-time New England champion is also a National Merit Scholar.

Max Linemayr

Berwick, golf

Linemayr went 12-2 this fall with a scoring average of 37.1. His best score of the season was 4 under par and he led the team to a 13-1 regular season title. In the league championship he won his flight, leading his team to the title.

Jennifer Wallace

Bancroft, volleyball

A starter since the eighth grade, Wallace finished with her fourth league All-Star award, and second straight EIL Player of the Year prize. A past EIL All-Star in soccer and track, she plays the violin and hopes to study engineering.

ISL ALL-SCHOLASTICS

Coco Woeltz

Nobles, soccer

The MVP of the ISL and an NSCAA All-American, Woeltz tallied nine goals and 15 assists this season in helping Nobles to the ISL title for the third time in four years. An honor roll student, she also plays lacrosse and has committed to BC.

Pablo Espinola

BB&N, soccer

The ISL Defensive Player of the Year, Espinola anchored the stingiest defense in the league, allowing only 11 goals. A two-time ISL All-Star, he plays club soccer for the FC Bolts, and has committed to Yale to continue his soccer career.

Oliver White

Nobles, soccer

One of the top players in New England, White’s 14 goals and six assists helped lead Nobles to its second straight ISL title. A two-time ISL honoree and member of the All-State team, White is also baseball captain. He will attend Harvard.

Tabitha Sabky

Middlesex, field hockey

Sabky’s 17 goals and 17 assists led her team this season, as Middlesex finished second in the ISL and New England tournament. A Class B All-Star, she has won a pair of national titles with her Cape Ann club team. She will attend Dartmouth.

Emily Stark

Middlesex, cross-country

Stark took on all comers this season and came away victorious every time. She was the ISL champion for a second time, this time with the largest margin of victory ever (1:06). The four-time New England champion will attend Yale.

Chris Coady

BB&N, football

Coady amassed 1,372 rushing yards, 850 passing yards, and scored 19 touchdowns. Defensively, he piled up 73 tackles and 16 sacks while earning ISL co-MVP honors. An All-American in lacrosse, he will attend Duke.

Tate Jozokos

Governor’s Academy, football

A two-way threat under center for Governor’s, Jozokos scored 13 rushing touchdowns and threw 10 touchdown passes in leading his team to an undefeated season. An honor roll student, he will play lacrosse at North Carolina.

James Randon

Middlesex, cross-country

Randon set a number of course records, but his biggest accomplishment was winning the ISL and the NEPSTA Division 4 titles. An honors student every semester, the junior also runs indoor and outdoor track, and plays guitar and sax.

PREPS ALL-SCHOLASTICS

Brianna Malanga

Loomis Chaffee, cross-country

Malanga won five of the seven races she ran in, including the NEPSTA Division 1 championship which she won by 12 seconds. An honors student, the Connecticut resident is a four-year varsity athlete in cross-country, track, and basketball.

Noah Bernays

Gann Academy, cross-country

In his first season of running cross-country, Bernays won his first two races of the year, while finishing second in the MBIL championship in 17:23. An honor student, he likes basketball, skating, playing violin, and studying Hebrew.

Tony Wright

Brimmer & May, soccer

A solid defender, Wright earned NEPSAC and MBIL co-MVP awards this season while scoring six goals and nine assists from the back. He helped lead his team to the NEPSAC finals. An honors student, he also captains the lacrosse team.

Bridget McCarthy

Worcester Academy, soccer

A four-year varsity starter, McCarthy’s seven shutouts helped lead her team to an undefeated season and its first ever NEPSAC Class A title. For her career she totaled a school-record 55 wins in goal with 35 shutouts against just two losses.

Henry Balf

Waring, soccer

The MVP of the Mass Bay Independent League, Balf’s 15 goals and nine assists helped lead Waring to the league title. An honors student and award winner in the National French contest, he also plays basketball and enjoys photography.

Brian Hart

Phillips Exeter, soccer

The all-time leading scorer both career and single season at Phillips Exeter, Hart potted 35 goals with 13 assists, helping his team to an 18-2 record. He is also an outstanding hockey player, and has committed to Harvard.

Ray Lunga

Kimball Union, soccer

Hailing from Zimbabwe, Lunga ends his career as KUA’s all-time leading scorer. A three-year starter, he led the team with 11 goals and 12 assists, ending his career with 43 and 31 respectively. He’s a member of Zimbabwe’s U-17 national team.

Thiago Peixoto

Covenant Christian, soccer

The field general for his team, Peixoto’s unselfish play led him to a team-leading 14 assists to go with seven goals, helping Covenant Christian to an undefeated league title. A two-year captain and honor student, he also plays basketball.

ALL-STARS

EIL

Boys’ cross country - Bancroft: Gavin Fujimori, Samuel Fujimori. Beaver Country Day: Joseph Connelly, Tim King, Murray Skolnick, George Wright. Berwick: Ryan McGuigan. Concord Academy: Jack Colton, William Murphy, Arthur Whitehead. Pingree: Carmine Piantedosi. Portsmouth Abbey: Sean McDonough.

Girls’ cross country - Bancroft: Rachel Brutvan. Berwick: Emily Duchene. Dana Hall: Molly Chisholm. Newton Country Day: Mairead Mederios, Maeve Westover. Pingree: Maddie Dwortz, Amanda Monteforte, Marykate Surette, Erin Thomassen. Winsor: Sarah Goodman, Hannah McGrath, Kristen Skillman.

Field hockey - Bancroft: Mikaela Barton. Beaver Country Day: Chandler Shapiro. Berwick: Shannon Farell, Anna Wright. Concord Academy: Katie Krupp. Dana Hall: Abby Corless, Diana Muggeridge, Kelsey Mullaney, Estelle Palandjian, Cristina Vega. Newton Country Day: Nora DeSimone, Mary Claire Ecclesine, Katherine Neuberger. Pingree: Peyton Beatrice, Allie Sardo, Josie Wexler. Portsmouth Abbey: Taryn Murphy, Kelly Plageman, Ally Tessier. Winsor: Grace Hanrahan, Augusta Winthrop

Golf - Bancroft: Tim Umphrey. Beaver Country Day: Karan Bakshi. Berwick: Max Linemayer, Johnny Malloy, Nick Saulnier. Concord Academy: Matt Denninger. Landmark: Paul Parrish. Lexington Christian: Matt Vardaro. Pingree: Sam Cregg, Alec Shelburne

Girls’ soccer - Bancroft: Emma Fortier, Meg Fortier, Elizabeth Peterleitner. Beaver Country Day: Brielle Butler, Olivia Dynan, Maria Zecca. Berwick: Lyndsay Brattan. Dana Hall: Sarah Dumont, Katie Zack. Newton Country Day: Amanda Canezin, Alana Keane, Hannah Nolan, Meredith Sullivan. Pingree: Erin Cunningham, Kaitlyn Oliver. Winsor: Erika D’Andrea, Sarah Khorasani, Delancey King, Emily Morton.

Boys’ soccer - Bancroft: Gray Gibson. Beaver Country Day: Silmar Bueno, Zachary Herivaux, Zeke Satloff, Charlie Segar. Berwick: John Reinhardt, Parker Woolley. Concord Academy: Tyler Baldwin, Josh Glidden, David Lander. Landmark: David Sacal. Lexington Christian: Nathan Grimley, Kevin Taylor. Pingree: Matt Colbert, Nate Graves, Kieth Morency. Portsmouth Abbey: David Armenta, Fergus O’Farrell, Dylan Pexton, Sean Quinn

Volleyball - Bancroft: Lindsay Braith, Emily Johnson, Melissa Johnson, Jenny Wallace. Beaver Country Day: Maggie Chereneff. Dana Hall: Melissa Cirip, Rory Quinn, Katherine Van Amson. Concord Academy: Ashley Brock, Abby Cosinuke, Steff Spies. Newton Country Day: Minh-Y Tran.

ISL

Boys’ cross country - Belmont Hill: Ian Meyer. Brooks: Sawyer Rogers. BB&N: Cliff Cody, Anthony Ferraro. Governor’s: McLean Sherrin. Middlesex: Garrett O’Toole, James Randon. Milton Academy: Benjamin Bosworth, Adam Rochelle. Roxbury Latin: Joey Mullen. St. George’s: Joe Mack, Bobby Mey, Evan Read. St. Mark’s: Cash Armstrong, Peter Duffy, Sean McLaughlin, Harry Sullivan. St. Paul’s: Ian Gallagher, Kai Kirk.

Girls’ cross country - Brooks: Cecile Harmange. BB&N: Carly Roberts. Governor’s: Hannah Rausch. Groton: Molly Lyons. Middlesex: Emily Berntsen, Emily Stark. Milton Academy: Lindsay Atkeson, Danielle Frederick, Victoria Lee, Madison Warwick. Noble & Greenough: Julia Fitzgerald, Hannah McNeill, Olivia Mussafer. Rivers: Elizabeth Thayer. St. George’s: Sasha Tory. St. Paul’s: Regina Brown, Cheyenne Smith. Thayer: Evelina Yakimovich.

Field hockey - Brooks: Ellie Donohue. BB&N: Stephanie Katz. Governor’s Academy: Kelsey Duryea. Middlesex: Kathryn Ruffolo, Katherine White. Nobles: Mary Kate Cruise. Rivers: Katherine Dutile, Janelle Ferrara, Elizabeth Hitti, Julia Taylor. St. Mark’s: Paige Duffy, Alexa McIntire. Thayer: Kelcie Finn, Anna Kenyon, Melissa Piacentini, Kim Sportack.

Boys’ soccer - Belmont Hill: Sebastian King, Josh Voto. Brooks: Sam Milbury, Elijah Soko, Zach Vieira. BB&N: Pablo Espinola, Ryan Simpson. Governor’s Academy: Nick Baxter. Groton: Jack Kessler. Lawrence Academy: Amadou Kunateh. Middlesex: Toby Porter, Phil Skayne. Milton Academy: Eric Nesto, Tom Schnoor. Nobles: Dan Vogel, Jack Vogel, Oliver White. Rivers: Duncan Orlander. Roxbury Latin: Michael Baren, Liam Gaziano, Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu. St. George’s: Henry Young. St. Mark’s: Harry Copeland. St. Paul’s: James Corbett. St. Sebastian’s: George Price. Thayer: Jon Miller.

Girls’ soccer - Brooks: Sarah Bresette, Abby Hammerl, Emilie Klein. Governor’s Academy: Kendall Ham, Siobhan McDonough. Groton: Kaitlyn Peterson. Lawrence Academy: Shannon Johnson-Finn. Middlesex: Elizabeth Turpin, Sophie Vitzhum. Milton Academy: Megan Kim, Catherine Hartigan, Chandler Quintin. Nobles: Eliza Loring, Hannah Matlack, Coco Woeltz. Rivers: Nicky Johnson, Brooke Stoller, Nicki Wilkins. St. Mark’s: Shea Newman, Gabby Starkey. St. Paul’s: Eleanor Holmes. Thayer: Bryn Boucher

NEPSAC

Field hockey, Class A - Deerfield: Lili Gahagan. Greenwich Academy: Eva Rosencrans, Pam Schulman, Emilia Tapsall. Hotchkiss: Carly Bennett, Allison Chute, Sammy Sandler, Leah Settipane. Milton Academy: Erin Martin. Nobles: Mary Kate Cruise. Phillips Andover: Brooke Van Valkenburg. Taft: Amy Feda, Maggie O’Neil. Westminster: Rachel Kennedy, Kat Pate.

Field hockey, Class B - Brooks: Ellie Donohue. BB&N: Stephanie Katz. Governor’s: Kelsey Duryea. Middlesex: Kathryn Ruffolo, Tabitha Sabky, Katherine White. Miss Porter’s: Mary Kate Meedzan. St. Mark’s: Paige Duffy, Alexa McIntire. Thayer: Kelcie Finn, Anna Kenyon, Melissa Piacentini, Kim Sportack. Williston Northampton: Bridget Instrum, Sarah Wilkie.

Field hockey, Class C - Brewster Academy: Amy Misera, Hanna Skelley. Canterbury: Antonia Commichau. Dana Hall: Abby Corless, Estelle Palandjin. Holderness: Abagael Slattery. KLHT: Eloise Hyman. Pingree: Allie Sardo. Rivers: Katherine Dutile, Janelle Ferrara, Elizabeth Hitti, Julia Taylor. Tilton: Bryanna Bourbeau, Jenna Mead, Hana Murphy.

Boys’ soccer - Bridgton Academy: Edwin Demoya, Aidan Harrison. Cushing Academy: Michael Walker. Holderness: Charlie Defeo. Kimball Union: Alberto Gorini, Ray Lunga. New Hampton: Matt Fay, Osvaldo Morales. Phillips Academy: James Poss, Jonathan Westling. Phillips Exeter: Trent Elmore, Brian Hart. Tabor Academy: Ian Horne. Tilton School: Evan Downs. Winchendon School: Mathew Bolduc, David Jaramillo. Worcester Academy: Zach Gehring, Michael Liftshitz, James Watkins.

Girls’ soccer - Brewster Academy: Danielle Tidd. Choate: Emma Lane Leibman. Deerfield Academy: Connie Rhodes. Hamden Hall: Vivian Vigliotti. Holderness: Ari Bourque. Hopkins School: Aliza Van Leesten. Hotchkiss: Danielle Henry. Kimball Union: Emily Kelly. Kingswood Oxford: Paula Hagopian. Loomis Chaffee: Liana Hinds. Phillips Academy: Leah Humes. Phillips Exeter: Darby Henry. Pomfret School: Andi Nicholson. Suffield: Briell Smith. Tabor Academy: Keriann Mackey. Taft: Samantha Morrill. Westminster School: Iris Dayton. Worcester Academy: Emily Doherty, Bridget McCarthy.

IGC girls’ soccer - Brimmer & May: Chardon Brooks, Diana Chaves, Heather Gates, Madeline Guevara. Cambridge Weston: Adaise Anaebonam, Zoey Perse. Chapel Hill: Caroline Finamore. Gann Academy: Anna Fasman. Landmark: Kendal Butler, Rachel Smith. Montrose: Olivia Aha, Katherine Casey, Jaimie Hartwell. Waring: Ally Colarusso, Allie Hinrichs. Woodward: Ava Small

MBIL Division 1 boys’ soccer - Boston Trinity: Jonathan Manos, Jaewoan Park. Brimmer & May: Quinn Iuliano, Enzo Landucci, Tony Wright. Cambridge School of Weston: Tony Kim. Chapel Hill: David Chen. Gann Academy: Ziv Arzt. Newman Prep: Pablo Gutierrez, Adam Khafif, Richard Quinn, Francesco Simoncelli. Waring: Thomas Adam, Henry Balf, Casey Ballin, Teddy Lyman, Cam MacInnis.

MBIL Division 2 boys’ soccer - BU Academy: Jacob Fucci, Ricky Housley; Learning Center: Daniel Letendre, Chance Morgan, Shane Stevenson; Commonwealth: Gabriel Alvarez, Skye Elliott, Zuben Scott, Matt Spitzer; Covenant Christian: Caleb Best, Denzel Jones, Thiago Peixoto, Jil Umejiaki, Peter Vance; Waldorf: Jonathan Voutilainen.

MBIL boys’ cross-county - BU Academy: Will Persampieri. Brimmer: Kyle Anderson, Andrew Melton. Cambridge School of Weston: Joey Boots-Ebenfield. Commonwealth: Dan Rubin. Gann Academy: Noah Bernays, Annika Gompers, Kobi Goodwin, Reid Grinspoon, Jonah Naghi, Lev Rosenzweig-Ziff, Michael Zanger-Tishler.

MASS CHARTER SCHOOLS

Boys’ soccer - Academy of the Pacific Rim: Ibrahim Kamara. Boston Collegiate: Ciaran Murphy, Matt Prokop. Community Charter School of Cambridge: Tenzing Migjur. Foxborough Regional: Tyler Casper, Zack Pina. Pioneer Charter School of Science: Amine Achbady, Pedro Calegari, Rolf Williamson. Prospect Hill Academy: Paul Darilus, Imad Jbara. South Shore Charter: Chad Bruce.

Girls’ soccer - Boston Collegiate: Jess Choukas, Kerianna Folan. Boston Preparatory: Shakieya Drake, Magdalena Gailllot. Foxborough Regional: Allyson Rudd. Pioneer Charter School of Science: Jada DeAndrade, Farah Khoulani, Kelly Powers. Prospect Hill Academy: Alana Thurston. South Shore Charter: Taylor Gorman, Alicia Tsang.

HOW THE TEAM WAS SELECTED

The All-Scholastic ISL, EIL, and Prep teams represent the MVPs of each sport as selected by NEPSAC-member coaches.

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