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Skiing: 2013 All-Scholastics

Concord-Carlisle’s Andrew Solomon won the MIAA state slalom title with this run in 34.58 seconds. He was also second in the giant slalom.

Matthew Cavanaugh for The Boston Globe

Concord-Carlisle’s Andrew Solomon won the MIAA state slalom title with this run in 34.58 seconds. He was also second in the giant slalom.

Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this season.

Athletes of the Year

Andrew Solomon

Division 1: Concord-Carlisle (alpine)

The junior was the top skier during the Mass Bay West Omega regular season, then won the MIAA slalom state championship while finishing second in the giant slalom. The honor roll student also runs varsity cross-country in the fall.

Eli Hoenig

Division 1: Lincoln-Sudbury (nordic)

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Hoenig won Skier of the Year honors after winning the MIAA nordic title by almost a full minute. He also was the top ranked skier in Mass Bay West during the regular season. The senior finishes his career as a four-time All-Scholastic.

Rachel Bateman

Division 1: Lunenburg (alpine)

A repeat All-Scholastic, Bateman skied for Lunenburg and led her co-op team to a share of the MIAA alpine title. Bateman won the giant slalom and finished second in the slalom. She was also the top-ranked skier in the Mass Bay West Omega Division.

Sonya Jampel

Division 1: Newton North (nordic)

After a third-place finish in the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season, Jampel stepped it up in the post-season, winning the MIAA state nordic title after finishing 10th last winter. After the season, she competed in the Junior Nationals in Alaska.

All-scholastics

Michael Carbonaro

Wellesley, alpine

After finishing ninth in the Large school division of Mass Bay Ski League East, Carbonaro excelled at the MIAA state meet, finishing fourth in the slalom and fifth in the giant slalom. A sophomore, he’s an honors student as well.

Sabri Eyuboglu

Belmont Hill, alpine

Belmont Hill went 30-2 this winter and was NEPSAC Class A champions led by its talented junior. Eyuboglu was All New England, finishing third in the GS, fourth in slalom. He’s a four-time ISL All-Star and a high honors student.

James Larsen

Westford, alpine

Larsen took first place in the giant slalom at the MIAA state alpine meet. The sophomore was also the top skier during the regular season of the Mass Bay West Alpha League. Next year he’ll be team captain as well.

Stephen McLeod

Chelmsford, alpine

A repeat All-Scholastic, the senior was seventh in the giant slalom and fifth in the slalom at the MIAA state championships. He tied for second in the regular-season rankings of Mass Bay West Alpha Division. The team MVP is also an All-State soccer player.

Charlie Thompson

Marblehead, alpine

A junior, Thompson finished the regular season as the top-ranked alpine skier in the Mass Bay State League East. At the MIAA state championship, he finished second in the slalom and 30th in the giant slalom. He also plays golf and lacrosse.

Lewis Nottonson

Acton-Boxborough, nordic

The Colonials finished the year with a flourish, taking second place at the MIAA state nordic championships. Leading the way for A-B was Nottonson, who finished in second place. In the Mass Bay West regular season, Nottonson finished in second.

Rafi Razzaque

Newton North, nordic

The top ranked nordic skier in Mass Bay Ski League East, Razzaque finished sixth at the MIAA state championships. Also a member of the Massachusetts state nordic team, the junior won all five of his starts in MBSL East.

Sean Skahen

Westford, nordic

After finishing fourth in the Mass Bay West regular season, Skahen finished third at the MIAA state nordic meet. Led by Skahen, Westford finished fourth. The three-time league all-star and three-time Gray Ghost MVP also competes for the Cambridge Sports Union.

Carly Antonioli

Acton-Boxborough, alpine

The top-rated skier in the Mass Bay West Alpha Division during the regular season, the Colonial senior finished second in the giant slalom at the MIAA state meet and sixth in the slalom. The honor roll student will attend Boston University.

Lauren Barta

Nobles, alpine

Barta earned ISL MVP honors after a season in which she lost just one race and led Nobles to an undefeated season. The sophomore added a fourth-place finish in the slalom at the NEPSAC Class A championships. She also plays lacrosse.

Amelia Brown

Notre Dame (Hingham), senior, alpine

Brown graduates as a four-time Globe All-Scholastic skier. This winter she was the Ski East League girls individual champion for a fourth straight year. At the state meet she was eighth in slalom, fourth in giant slalom. She’ll attend Colorado.

Hannah Buckley

Lunenburg, junior, alpine

Skiing for host Lunenburg, Buckley joined with her teammate Rachel Bates to lead the team to a share of the MIAA state alpine title. The National Honor Society student finished ninth in the slalom and fifth in the giant slalom.

Samantha Rubin

Wellesley, alpine

Led by Rubin, Wellesley tied Lunenburg for the MIAA alpine title. After finishing first in the Large division and second overall in Mass Bay Ski League East, the freshman won the slalom and finished sixth in the giant slalom at the state meet.

Brooke Troy

Westwood, alpine

The sophomore makes her All-Scholastic debut after finishing as the top-ranked skier in the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season. At the MIAA state championships the team co-captain finished ninth in the giant slalom and 15th in the slalom.

Charlotte Cole

Brookline, nordic

Cole finished third at the MIAA state nordic championships after completing an impressive regular season ranked fifth in Mass Bay Ski League East. She twice competed at Junior Nationals for the New England team. She’s also a Bay State Conference All-Star in cross-country.

Clara Cousins

Lincoln-Sudbury, nordic

The No. 1 skier during the Mass Bay West regular season led Lincoln-Sudbury to the MIAA state nordic championship. At the state meet the sophomore finished in eighth place. Cousins is a two-year member of the Massachusetts state team. She also plays lacrosse.

Julia Schiantarelli

Newton North, senior, nordic

A repeat All-Scholastic selection, Schiantarelli was ranked second in the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season. At the MIAA state nordic championships, the Newton North captain finished fourth, her second straight top 5 finish. She also runs track and cross-country.

Rebecca Smith

Wellesley, junior, nordic

Now a two-time All-Scholastic, Smith finished first in the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season and then took second place at the MIAA state nordic championships.

Coaches of the Year

Michael Davis

Division 1: Xaverian (alpine)

The Xaverian graduate and former Hawk skier led his young team to an unexpected MIAA state alpine title after finishing second in the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season. Davis is in his fifth year at Xaverian after graduating from St. Anselm in 2002.

Pat Garrison

Division 1: Acton-Boxborough (nordic)

After earning Coach of the Year honors for the girls, Garrison earns the same honor for the boys. After starting with a training camp in Quebec, the A-B boys finished second at the MIAA state meet. The Vermont grad has been coaching for 12 years.

Cory Tusler

Division 1: Wellesley (alpine)

Now a two-time Globe Coach of the Year, Tusler returns to these pages after leading Wellesley to a share of the MIAA state alpine championship with Lunenburg. Wellesley also finished in first place in the Mass Bay Ski League East Large Division.

Graham Taylor

Division 1: Lincoln-Sudbury (nordic)

Taylor just completed his 31st year as head coach at L-S, during which his teams have won 12 state titles including this year’s MIAA girls’ nordic championship. The former Harvard ski captain and coach, was race secretary for nordic events at the 1960 Olympics.

All-Stars

Mass. Bay West (alpine, boys) — Acton-Boxborough: AJ Higgins, Ethan Rejto, Robbie Ringwall, Aron Thiim. Concord-Carlisle: Jimmy Bloomfield, Jake Mulligan, Andrew Solomon. Lincoln-Sudbury: Alex Honens. Lunenburg: John Lahti. Wayland: Will Regan, Ben Slater. Weston: James Rowe. Winchester: Clayton Soper, Edward Soper.

Mass. Bay West (nordic, boys) — Acton-Boxborough: Eric Guba, Mary Lagunowich, Lewis Nottonson, Mark Vicik, Charles Watt. Concord-Carlisle: Max LaChance, Henry Yoder. Lincoln-Sudbury: Eli Hoenig. Wayland: Eli Bucher.

Mass. Bay West (alpine, girls) — Acton-Boxborough: Carly Antonioli, Sophie Antonioli, Corinne Johnson, Kirsten Pfister. Bedford: Sarah Higgins. Concord-Carlisle: Brianna Stout. Lincoln-Sudbury: Hayley Herzog, Sandra Nygren. Leominster: Rachel Bateman, Casey Buckley, Hannah Buckley Lunenburg: , Elizabeth Lahti. Nashoba: Jenna Peabody. Weston: Tess Alphas.

Mass. Bay West (nordic, girls) — Concord-Carlisle: Emily Perkins, Margaret Yoder. Lincoln-Sudbury: Haley Colpitts, Clara Cousins, Phoebe Seltzer, Claire Telfer. Wayland: Hannah Brigham, Elizabeth Karpacz.

North Shore (alpine, girls) — Andover: Kerry Christopher, Sara Faigel, Julia Ganley. North Andover: Allie Robberts, Hannah Twadelle.

North Shore(alpine, boys) — Andover: Jake Tarricone. St. John’s Prep: Ryan Carlucci, Joe Cavallaro, Peter Griffen, Robert Holmes, Patrick McDermott, Sean Nork.

Ski East(alpine, boys)— Belmont: Sam Burt. BC High: Neil Flanagan, John Marquardt, Mike Mullaney, Brian O’Neill, Teddy Patsos, Colin Quinn, Peter Sugar. Cohasset: Ben Astley. Hingham: Scott Berlinguet, William Boynton, Dylan Redman, Jack Setian. Natick: Ian Grant, Nick Sant. Needham: Emerson Boyd, Matt Chmielewski, Eric Silverman.

Ski East (alpine, girls) — Belmont: Luna Hote, Anna Kassaraba, Carmen Trout. Hingham: Isabella Calanos, Marion Cundari. Cohasset: Mackenzie Axelson, Caty Gilman. Norwell: Gretchen Webb. Notre Dame (Hingham): Amelia Brown, Colleen Cassidy, Julia Flanagan, Audrey Madigan, Katie McNamara, Victoria Mulkern, Erin Murray, Jessica Peterson, Grace Petro.

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