Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this season.
Athletes of the Year
Division 1: Bridgewater-Raynham
Conrad was unbeatable this season, finishing 52-0, and claiming Division 1 South and state titles, along with All-State and New England championships at 182. The 5-foot-11 senior graduates with a career record of 128-13. He also played football for the Trojans.
Division 2: Dracut
Stewart went undefeated this season, finishing the year at 47-0 (35 pins) and earning MVC co-MVP honors at 138 pounds. The 5-foot-10-inch senior took home sectional, state, All-State, and New England titles. He graduates with a career record of 185-17.
Division 3: Pembroke
The 5-foot-5-inch senior went 44-4 this season wrestling at 106 and earned the Division 3 state championship along with the All-State title. Wong graduates a two-time Division 3 South sectional champion with more than 100 wins and plans to join the Marine Corps.
A three-time EIL tournament champion, the Arlington resident has a league record of 32-0 and led his team to EIL titles in 2011 and 2012. This winter he went 25-5 and was third at the New England Prep School tournament. He’ll attend Findlay (Ohio).
St. John’s Prep, sophomore
Wrestling at 220, the 6-foot-1-inch sophomore compiled a 57-1 record this season for the Eagles. After winning the Division 1 North title, Butterbrodt also claimed the state title and was a finalist at the New Englands. In two years, Butterbrodt is 100-6.
The 5-foot-3-inch junior captain won a Division 1 state title at 120 pounds and an All-State championship this season. An MVC All-Conference wrestler, he also captains the Indians soccer team and is an honor roll student. In 2012 he was named an All-American.
North Andover, junior
In his junior season, Drover went 44-3 wrestling at 160 and won both his sectional and Division 2 state championships. The 5-foot-10-inch 160-pounder then placed second in both the All-States and New Englands. For his career, Drover is 140-17.
The sophomore fought his way to a 46-5 record at 152 pounds. A two-time sectional champion, Hoehn won a Division 2 state title this year and is 91-10 in his career. Hoehn was an All-State finalist and fourth at the New England’s.
St. John’s Prep, senior
Jean-Jacques finished the season 58-5 at 285 pounds. He won the All-State title and was named a Catholic Conference All-Star for the third straight year. He took fifth at New Englands and graduates with a career record of 138-26.
Central Catholic, senior
Lacroix graduates from Central Catholic with the most career wins in school history (179). He also holds the mark for most wins in a season (54). The 5-foot-7-inch 126-pound senior was this year’s Division 2 state champion and was second at All-States.
A repeat All-Scholastic, the junior finished the season 58-0 at 126 pounds and earned his third straight Division 1 sectional, state, and All-State championships. Monserrat, who stands 5-feet-8-inches, also won a New England title and was named an All-American.
North Andover, senior
The senior put together a 44-2 record and went on to become the Division 2 North sectional champion and Division 2 state champion at 182 pounds. Neals is a three-time sectional and two-time state champ. Neal graduates with a career mark of 162-20.
Alexe Restivo Lage
Restivo Lage captained the Red Hawks to their 14th consecutive Bay State Conference title. After finishing 49-4, the 5-foot-8-inch senior earned high school wrestling’s version of the Triple Crown, winning sectional, Division 2 state, and All-State titles at 170.
St. Paul’s, senior
Rheault went undefeated in ISL competition this year, going 19-0 in the regular season at 152 pounds, and then going 4-0 in the ISL tournament. A senior, he ends his career 108 wins, 87 by pin. He also plays football and lacrosse.
Competing at 145 pounds, Ryan finished the season 54-3. The 5-foot-10-inch senior took home Division 2 sectional, state, and All-State championships this year. He went on to place third in his class at the New England’s. He’ll attend Roger Williams University.
Ryan turned in an impressive sophomore campaign, finishing the season 42-6 at 120 pounds. He won a Division 2 state championship and was a finalist at the New England’s. The 5-foot-8-inch Middie, is already a three-time Division 2 North sectional champ.
A repeat All-Scholastic, Sughrue capped off his senior season with his third Division 1 sectional, state, and All-State championships just minutes after his Rangers teammate, Christian Monserrat, accomplished the same feat. The 5-foot-6-inch 132-pound senior finished the year 42-3.
Thompson was an All-State champion this season wrestling at 113. The 5-foot-5-inch senior also was a Division 1 finalist and won the Division 1 North sectional championship and the Wayland and Woburn Tournaments. He also likes boxing and mixed martial arts.
No one who entered the circle with Trindade this season walked away victorious. The 6-foot-3-inch 196-pound All American senior won Sectional, State, All State, and New England titles. He graduates a two-time state and All-State champion with a record of 154-30.
The 5-foot-6-inch junior wrestled his way to a 37-3 record at 113 pounds and a Division 1 state championship. Zogby went on to place second at All-States and fourth in the New Englands. An honor student, Zogby is 108-21 in his career.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: St. John’s Prep
In his 23d year, Costa led the Eagles to a 38-3 record and a Division 1 dual meet state title. All 14 of Costa’s wrestlers placed at the Division 1 North sectionals. This is Costa’s (525-131-5) third Coach of the Year honor.
Division 2: North Andover
Cincotta, who began coaching at the school in 2011 after being the assistant coach for the previous five seasons, led the Scarlet Knights to their fourth consecutive Division 2 state title. His team, which boasted five individual state champs, finished the season 22-4 overall.
Division 3: Pembroke
Vining has won six Patriot League titles and six Division 3 South titles since becoming coach at Pembroke in 2004. He’s had 10 individual state champions and led the team to a 176-42 record. The Titans were 22-4 this season and won the South sectionals.
Atlantic Coast — Marshfield: Chris Antoine, James Garfield, J.P. Ryan. Nauset: Zac Salvador. Plymouth North: Mark Freyermuth, Bryson Litvay, Chris O’Neil. Plymouth South: Eric Clinger, Zach Darsch, Shaun Duncombe, Dylan Finlay, Drew Fournier, Drew Guadagno, Colin Harty, Ryan Harty, Shane Mulligan, Anthony Schena. Sandwich: Greg Zaw. Somerset Berkley: Josh Louro, Darrell Shing.
Bay State — Braintree: Shawn Donahue, Martin Mulkerrin. Brookline: Akamefula Ramesses. Dedham: Steve Heaslip, Eric Reyes. Framingham: John Do, Anthony Nguyen, Malakhai Pearson, Brian Silver. Milton: Jonathan Carrera, Pete Hailer. Natick: Kevin Christie, Alexe Restivo Lage, Mariano Restivo-Iage, Nick Tesler, Either Ziegler. Needham: Mark Carroll, John Cronin, Mikhail Khibkin. Newton North: Nick Mariano. Norwood: Mark Saulnier. Walpole: Caleb Cofsky, Noah Kung, Kyle Robbins. Wellesley: Dan Farina. Weymouth: Sean Murphy.
Big Three — Brockton: Jason Gebara, Zachary Kessler. Durfee: Joe Grivulsky, Austin Jones, Adam Perreira, Andre Torres, Kevin Velazquez. New Bedford: Cody Costa, Andy Cruz, Sam DeJesus, Tyler Jacobs, Guillermo Novoa, Derek Shorey, Paolo Tavares, Tashawn Williams.
Boston City — Quincy Upper: Corey Crowley, Nelson Kadey, Ray Valentin.
Cape Ann — Lynnfield: Tom Arseneault, Erik Kerr, Andrew Kibarian, John Klug North Reading: , Christopher Connor, Anthony Manganiello. Masconomet: Mike Bakanosky, Chase Jeffreys, Nick Rizza. North Andover: Danielle Coughlin, Brad Drover, Fritz Hoehn, Zane Melillo, Ryan Neals. Pentucket: Kevin Clark, Jeff Funk, Tom Funk, Mike McCarron, Josh Wesolowski. Triton: Luke Boyle, Mark Boyle, Victor Ramirez, Mark Rosmarinofski.
Catholic Conference — BC High: Brian Ditomassi, Jack Ditomassi, Mitch Leferriere. Catholic Memorial: Mike Aquino, Paul Curtin, Brian Ferrara, Pat Ferzoca, Mark Gutierrez, Sean Sullivan. Malden Catholic: Joe Ahearne, Eaghan Myers, Connor Smith, Ian Steckel. St. John’s Prep: Lou Bornstein, Ian Butterbrodt, Fred Colberg, Hunter Costa, Jared Costa, Corey Jean-Jacques, DJ Lemieux, Peter Locke, Jim Messender, Jon Polansky, James Smith. Xaverian: Kenny Kern, Jake McLaughlin, Henry Oberlander.
Commonwealth — Greater Lowell: Andrew Bergeron, Tyler Mahoney. Shawsheen: Dilan Kenney, Josh Merrifield, Ryan Powderly, Devonn Pratt, Bryan Reppucci, Bryce Spinosa, Dustin Thibeault, Tim Ward, Zack Zahiri. Whittier: Shahib Blount, Xavier Boisvert, Dave Sachs, Tyler Tannain.
Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Kyle Anestis. Boston Latin: Jeff Liang, Connor Pease. Concord-Carlisle: Zach Bloom, Alex McNulty, Jacob Meyerson. Lincoln-Sudbury: Adam Berg, Alex Bloom, Ben Defronzo, Nico Dionisotti, Sam Forman, Jake Galligani, Mac Hamilton, Ben Luiano, Joe Rottman. Newton South: Lucian Cascino. Waltham: Laban Christenson, Trevor Martin, Nick Rogers. Wayland: Ryan Bache, Nick Coffin, Matt Devlin, Jesse Goddard, Kevin Kelley, Marvin Pimentel, Chris Weig. Westford: Dan Cerrulo, Matt Gordy, Ben Katz, Tom McDonough, Nate Taschy, Charlie Tillet. Weston: Chandler Carlson, Charlie Saylor, David Valle.
EIL — Beaver Country Day: Josh Berland, Tyler Kavoogian, Tyler Myrick. Concord Academy: Charlie Colony, Matt Scott, Ryan Sinn. Landmark: John Belcher, Mike Fleming, David Giovannacci,
Hockomock — Canton: Rob DiCalogero, Quinn Merrigan. Foxborough: Jake Dorman. Franklin: Brian Doherty, Cam Kelly, Griffin Tighe, Ben Zogby. King Philip: Austin Greenstien. Mansfield: Joe Herrick, Sam McLoughlin. Milford: Gabe Caetano, Grady Diantonio, Justin Speroni. North Attleborough: Cam Burns, Tom Eustis, Peter Kummer, Andrew McLoughlin, Evan Packert, Austin Renzi. Oliver Ames: Jake McCabe. Sharon: Matt Shapiro.
ISL — Belmont Hill: Henry Cousins, Cole Durbin, Nick Favaloro, Charlie Hill, Ryan Kelley, Sean Rayment, Peter Tedesco. Brooks: Andrew Bolte, Geoff Falgione, Andrew Konovalchik. BB&N: Sid Sabharwal. Governor’s Academy: Michael Dik. Lawrence Academy: Isaiah Bellamy, Andrew Crane. Milton Academy: Adam Basri, Matt Morin. Nobles: John Keally, Dan Toubman, Brendan Yucel. Roxbury Latin: Pat Barry, Harry Doernberg, Guy Green, Seth McNay. St. Paul’s: Quinn Abrams, Mujtaba Basij-Rasikh, Ethan Rheault, Drew Saccone. St. Sebastian’s: Brian O’Malley.
Mayshore — Bristol-Plymouth: Derek Bagge, Mark Schneider, Kyle Strickler. Carver: Aidan McGrath. Cohasset: Greg Berube, Matt Froio, Sean Mavilia. Norwell: Tom Jensen, George Trebino. South Shore Voc-Tech: Antoine Caparotta. Southeastern: Sean Campbell, Robert DeAndrade, Aidan Delgadillo, Nick Drago, Marco Lopes, Brendan McCune, Zach Mitchell. Tri-County: Nick DePedro, Sean Haughey, Brian Palmborg, Chris Weir.
Merrimack Valley — Billerica: Nick DeRosa, Leonardo Trindade. Central Catholic: Pat Lacroix, Ben Tavitian. Chelmsford: James Clausen, Scott McQuaide. Dracut: Jaycee Hebert, Stig McElhinney, Jimmy Ryan, Jonathan Ryan, Michael Stewart. Lawrence: Hector Reynoso. Lowell: Devon Thompson. Methuen: Christian Monserrat, Paul Sughrue, Billy Wehring.
Middlesex (Freedom) — Burlington: Luke Nigro. Melrose: Matt Fanikos, Ryan Stanton. Wakefield: Alex Kane, Ben Spicer.
Middlesex (Liberty) — Belmont: Jon Comeau. Reading: Nick Makrys, Joe Penna. Winchester: TJ Bourdreau, Jordan Darby, Joe Fallon, Quinn Gregory, Jake Kelley, Nicholas Stern. Woburn: Mike Bentley, Jared O’Brien.
Old Colony — Barnstable: CJ Botello, Casey Connor, Will Henson, Owen Murray. Bridgewater-Raynham: Aaron Conrad.
Patriot — Duxbury: Jake Genereux, Brian Leddie. Hanover: Connor Mcleod. Hingham: Jeff DiTullio, Jake Foss, Josh Genovese, John Kay, Mason Laliberte, Sam Lincoln, Andrew Morrissey, Noah Sneath, Charlie Ward. Middleborough: Jeremy Hernandez, Kyle Ohrenberger. North Quincy: Kevin Pappadopoulos. Pembroke: Kevin Beane, Ryan Chapman, Colin Claflin, Ian Horkan, Stephen Vercellone, Bradley Wong. Quincy: Matt Roach. Rockland: Bobby Gasdia. Scituate: Rob McDonald. Silver Lake: Tom Grifa. Whitman-Hanson: Greg McGrath, Zach Perkins.
Tri-Valley — Bellingham: Kevin Clinton. Holliston: Austin Barrett, Robert Meija, Alex Mitchell, Donny Murphy, Jordan Paecht, Kevin Tomasetti. Hopkinton: Nolan Cornu. Norton: Tim Casagni, Jack Cuneo, Stephen Hudson, Mike Travers.