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Squash: 2013 All-Scholastics

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

All-scholastics

Moudy Abdel-Maksoud

St. George’s, sophomore

Originally from Egypt, this sophomore dominated the ISL in squash this season going 12-1 on the year, and only losing a total of eight games. He is adept both offensively and defensively according to his coach with a strong forehand side.

Edward Columbia

Belmont Hill, senior

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Columbia helped lead his team to an undefeated season in the ISL this year and a runner-up finish in the New England championships. He played on the US Men’s junior national team last summer at the world championships.

Zandra Ho

Groton, senior

Making her third straight appearance on this page, Ho turned in a third straight undefeated regular season in the ISL before finishing fourth at New Englands. She also plays golf and tennis and runs cross country. She will attend Stanford.

Devin Mullaney

Dana Hall, junior

Only a junior, Mullaney will have a hard time topping this past season where she turned in an undefeated season and earned the New England Class B championship. She will be a captain next season for Dana Hall.

All-Stars

EIL — Dana Hall: Maddie Hoar, Caroline Jahrling, Devin Mullaney. Winsor: Sarah Bell, Adrienne Conza, Ananya Mahalingam-Dhingra.

ISL — Groton: Zandra Ho.

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