Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this season.
Player of the Year
After playing in the fall as the No. 1 player on the boys’ team, DiPetrillo dominated in the spring, carding a 74 to capture the state championship by three strokes. She’s transferring to BB&N in the fall for her junior year.
Playing the No. 1 position, Brooks helped Nauset qualify for the team tournament for the second straight year and earned her third Mass Bay South All-Star nod. Her 43 at Mass Bay South led to an 88 at South sectionals and an 89 at states.
Only a freshman, Dailey earned Mass Bay League All-Star honors and turned in a team low round of 84 to help lead the Raiders to the state team title. Her 84 helped her finish tied for fifth in the state individually.
One of the top golfers in the Mass Bay League, Doyle finished fifth at the league meet while running her career record to 58-13-8 and qualifying for state individuals for a third time. She will attend Providence College.
Fortin won the Mass Bay League individual title for the third year in a row, while earning league All-Star and team MVP honors. At states she shot 86, good for ninth overall and helping lift Wellesley to the team title.
Ghelfi’s 1-over 73 at South Shore Country Club in the South sectional earned her medalist honors by one stroke. She followed that performance with an 82 at states to finish fourth. She also won the Mass Bay League South tournament this spring.
Harkins turned in a 78 to help Hingham to the South sectional championship and helped lead the Harbormen to a second-place finish at states. A national honor society member, she also plays soccer and hopes to golf in college.
Harney held her own and then some against the boys in the fall, becoming the first girl to win Greater Boston League MVP honors after she shot 78 to win the league meet by six shots. She will attend Holy Cross.
Hood fired an 84 to finish fifth at the NCW sectional at Gardner Municipal to earn a spot at the state individual tournament. She folowed up her sectional performance by carding an 86 at Chicopee Country Club to finish ninth.
Kim, who played in the fall with the boys’ team, turned in an 86 at the state meet in the spring to finish tied for ninth. A high honors student, she competes in various summer tournaments and hopes to golf in college.
Only a sophomore, Morrill helped the Hanover boys’ team to a fourth-place finish at states in the fall. This spring she fired a 74 to take second at the South sectionals and qualify for states, where she shot a 95 to finish 21st.
After winning two state titles in Kansas, where she first attended high school, O’Toole helped lead Hingham to a South sectional title and a second-place finish at states while going 15-3 in matches. A high honors student, she will attend Villanova.
Bishop Feehan, senior
Rubino turned in an 82 at the south sectionals at South Shore Country Club, which qualified her for the state meet. She fired an 87 at Chicopee Country Club, which was good for 13th and a qualifying spot in the New England tournament.
Schofield shot an 85 at Chicopee CC to finish tied for seventh at states after playing the fall season with the Hopkinton boys. A National Honor Society member, she also swims for the Hillers. She will golf at Fairfield University.
Shieh played the fall Dual County League season with the boys but this spring fired a 77 at the girls’ state championship meet for a runner-up finish. In the NCW sectional she carded a 79 for second place as well.
Yarosh burst onto the scene with a 13-1 match record in league play and a third-place finish in the Mass Bay League championship. Her eighth-place finish at sectionals qualified her for states, where her 89 tied for 14th.
Zhang didn’t play a spring season but she turned it on for postseason, finishing third at the South sectional with a 76. She followed that with an 80 at the state championships, good for third place, and qualified for the New England tournament.
The senior finishes his career as a three-time ISL All-Star and two time All-Scholastic selection. He finished 2013 with a 12-3-3 record on the green as the Bishops’ No. 1 player. He will attend the University of Richmond next fall.
*Gratton is the lone male player on the spring team. His ISL team at Brooks competes in the spring, while the MIAA boys’ season is in the fall.
Coach of the Year
Bateman’s Raiders have shown improvement each of his four seasons, culminating in this year’s 18-2 finish and a state championship. The Raiders also won the Mass Bay League North this year. All of Bateman’s starters return for next season.
Mass. Bay — Barnstable: Jackie Francis, Shaye MaCurdy, Sophie Sylvia. Brookline: Heeamin Lee. Cardinal Spellman: Marina Russo. Dennis-Yarmouth: Aine Dillon, Alyssa Preston. Duxbury: Cayla Barker, Frances Anne McDonald. Falmouth: Hannah Ghelfi, Ali Thomas, Alex Yarosh. Hingham: Ashley Harkins, Mackenzie Millerd, Emily O’Toole. Nauset: Carolyn Brooks, Mikeala McGuire, Hayley Sanders. Notre Dame (Hingham): Alex Hurley. Saugus: Nicole Moschella. Silver Lake: Lauren Davis. Ursuline: Monica Doyle. Wellesley: Anna Dailey, Katharine Fortin.