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2014 Preps All-Scholastics

Emma Carlson

GIL: Covenant Christian, basketball

After averaging 13.0 points and 2.0 blocks, the shooting guard was named a NEPSAC All-Star and Girls Independent League MVP. She is the all-time leading scorer in school history and president of the National Honor Society.

Melissa Sheeran

Div. 2: Millbrook (N.Y.), hockey

A four-year member of Millbrook’s team, Sheeran holds the school’s career and season scoring records. She finished her career with a 36-goal, 15-assist campaign in 22 games. She was named New England DII Player of the Year.

Ava Small

IGC: Woodward, basketball

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Small became the all-time leading scorer in Woodward history and was named the IGC MVP. Small scored her 1,000th career point as a sophomore. She scored 52 points in the first game of this year’s NEPSAC tournament.

Marge Wilson

GIL: Winchendon, basketball

Named co-captain as a sophomore, the point guard led the team in minutes played, assists (19), and steals (33) and was second in points (170) and rebounds (62). The Girls Independent League co-MVP also plays soccer.

Nisre Zouzoua

MBIL: Boston Trinity, basketball

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The shooting guard led Boston Trinity to the NEPSAC Class D championship and earned Class D Player of the Year and championship game MVP honors. Zouzoua was also the MBIL MVP after Trinity won the league title.

Mahmoud Abdel-Maksoud

ISL: St. George’s, squash

Abdel-Maksoud led St. George’s to a second straight undefeated season (23-0). He was named ISL MVP for the second straight year and is a candidate for the Egyptian National Team for the World Junior Open this year.

Victoria Arjoon

ISL: St. George’s, squash

Arjoon went undefeated at Nationals, placed second in Flight 1 at New Englands, and was fifth at the Groton Invitational. She’s also a four-time Caribbean Junior Champion and ranked No. 2 in the Caribbean at under-19.

Isaiah Bellamy

ISL: Lawrence Acad., wrestling

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At 182 pounds, Bellamy completed his senior season with a 38-2 record, including a fourth-place finish at Nationals. A four-time All-ISL selection, Bellamy won the Outstanding Wrestler award at Northern New Englands.

Timothy Brownell

ISL: Belmont Hill, squash

Brownell went undefeated in the ISL and placed third in the No. 1 Flight at the New England Championships. He was the No. 5 high school player in the United States for 2013-14 and is ranked fourth in under-19 boys’ group.

Sabri Eyuboglu

ISL: Belmont Hill, alpine skiing

Eyuboglu placed first in NEPSAC slalom and third in the giant slalom after winning all his regular-season ISL races. Eyuboglu was named first-team All-New England after leading Belmont Hill to a win at the 2013 NEPSAC meet.

Miles Gendron

ISL: Rivers, hockey

A University of Connecticut commit, Gendron was named Eberhart MVP and an All-League selection after scoring 6 goals and adding 14 assists this season. The defenseman finished with 76 career points (28 goals, 48 assists).

Nicola Katz

ISL: Nobles, alpine skiing

After transferring to Nobles from Burke Mountain Academy, the sophomore excelled in her first year of NEPSAC competition. Katz capped her season by winning the giant slalom and slalom at her first New England Tournament.

Anna Lachenauer

ISL: Milton Acad., basketball

The center averaged 15.4 points, 11.6 rebounds, and 8.0 blocks per game in her dominant final season. Next winter, she’ll play for Harvard. Lachenauer is a three-time NEPSAC All-Star and a cum laude student.

Lexie Laing

ISL: Nobles, hockey

The senior forward was named ISL and New England Player of the Year. An Under-18 USA Women’s National Team member, Laing had 31 goals and 20 assists in leading Nobles to a 21-1-1 season and the NEPSAC Division 1 final.

Aaron Swenson

ISL: Middlesex, basketball

The guard averaged 20.0 points and 6.0 assists en route to being named a NEPSAC Class B second-team member. He scored 1,126 career points and was named ISL MVP for his terrific final season. He’ll attend Connecticut College.

Shayna Tomlinson

ISL: St. Paul’s, hockey

The senior captain had 32 goals and 25 assists, ending her career with 81 goals and 92 assists. She had eight game-winning goals this season. Those numbers earned her ISL co-MVP honors. She’ll attend RPI.

Miles Wood

ISL: Nobles, hockey

A junior at the Dedham school, Wood earned Keller MVP honors after a season in which he finished with 54 points in 29 games. The left wing and Boston College commit credits his coaches and teammates for the honor.

Sarah Bell

EIL: Winsor, squash

As a senior captain, Bell led Winsor to an undefeated regular season and EIL title. Bell was fifth at the New England Class A Individual Championships and helped Winsor earn a 10th-place finish at Nationals.

Josh Berland

EIL: Beaver CD, wrestling

Berland capped his career with a Northern New England and EIL championship. He was named All-New England after finishing fourth in the national qualifier. He finished his senior season at 23-3 and will attend Trinity.

Sam Haines

EIL: Berwick, swimming

Haines finished his career with an undefeated season. He holds five Berwick records, four EIL records, and two New England Prep School marks. Haines was captain his final two seasons. He’s a member of the National Honor Society.

Isabel Reis

EIL: Berwick, swimming

The New England Prep School record-holder in the 100 butterfly (54.2 seconds), Reis earned fifth place at Nationals in December in the 200 fly. She was an All-American in the 100 fly after being named EIL Swimmer of the Year.

Stephanie Soto-Rivera

EIL: Beaver CD, basketball

Soto-Rivera averaged 15.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 4.0 steals and earned EIL MVP honors in her final season. A three-time NEPSAC All-Star and four-time EIL All-League selection, Soto-Rivera finished with 1,165 career points.

Jacquil Taylor

EIL: Beaver CD, basketball

After signing a national letter of intent to play at Purdue, Taylor averaged 14.4 points, 10.8 rebounds, and 3.0 blocks per game to lead the Beavers. This is the second All-Scholastic selection for the talented center.

Jillian Witwicki

EIL: Pingree, hockey

After scoring 24 goals and adding 10 assists this season, Witwicki was named EIL MVP. The center and two-year captain finished her career with 124 points (71 goals, 53 assists). She’s also an EIL All-Star in field hockey and softball.

All Stars

EIL  Boys’ basketball — Bancroft: Emmanuel Bangandozou. Beaver Country Day: Keyshaun Jacobs, Jeff Spellman, Jacquil Taylor. Concord Academy: Malin Segal. Landmark: Nolan Wilson. Lexington Christian: Akwasi Appiah, Adrien Ibeh. Pingree: John Spears. Portsmouth Abbey: Shamus O'Connor.

 Girls’ basketball — Bancroft: Reese Gibson. Beaver Country Day: Miah Andrews, Ciara Dillon, Stephanie Soto-Rivera. Berwick: Maggie Duchene, Dominique St. Pierre. Concord Academy: Louisa Dodge. Dana Hall: Autumn Ceppi. Lexington Christian: Caroline Niland, Shae Roys. Newton Country Day: Sarah Spellman. Pingree: Haley Sabino. Winsor: Talia Ruxin.

Girls’ hockey — Berwick: Julia Mini, Gabby Wigin, Kaitlyn Wurzer. Dana Hall: Jenny Barrack. Newton Country Day: Emily Hession, Caitlin Stadtler, Charlotte Welch. Pingree: Leah Heinze, Katie Shreenan, Jillian Witwicki. Portsmouth Abbey: Sally Hoerr, Maddy McCann. Winsor: Rachel Scholz-Bright.

Boys’ swimming — Berwick: Gage Anderson, Thomas Anderson, Alex Bouvier, Aaron Fleisher, Sam Haines, Jake Horne, Drew MacDonald, Teddy Vatcher. Landmark: Zach Moyse. Portsmouth Abbey: Jeremy Slupski, Tim Tsung.

Girls’ swimming — Bancroft: Eric Chang, Kim Le. Berwick: Jenna Hayden, Tess McNamara, Isabel Reis, Emma Whall. Dana Hall: Nicole Barbieri, Abby Benkert, Amelia Benkert, Emma Benkert, Belinda Donohoe, Maddie Walsh, Justina Zuckerman. Pingree: Erin Cunningham. Portsmouth Abbey: Annie O'Donnell.

Girls’ squash — Dana Hall: Caroline Jahrling, Devin Mullaney. Portsmouth Abbey: Claire Davidson. Winsor: Junnat Anwar, Sarah Bell, Adrienne Conza, Ananya Mahalingam-Dhingra.

Wrestling — Beaver Country Day: Josh Berland. Concord Academy: Zach Bloom, Pasha Sonkin. Landmark: Jason Calandra, Michael Fleming, David Giovannacci, Troy Lodice, Harry Zakarian. Lexington Christian: Xergio Aguilar, Kevin Lee, Peter Wheatley.

ISL Boys’ basketball — Belmont Hill: Sultan Olusekun, Harry Roberson. Brooks: Lavar Harewood, Ikenna Ndugba. BB&N: Ben Crawford, Nick Tarantino. Governor’s Academy: Matt Peart. Lawrence Academy: Kyle Howes. Middlesex: Aaron Swenson. Milton Academy: Alec Brennan. Nobles: Robert Martin, Johnny McCarthy. Rivers: Carlin Haymon, Matt Prokop, Jermaine Samuels. Roxbury Latin: Patrick Benzan. St. Mark's: Marcos Echevarria, Aaron McLean, Jordon Scurry. St. Paul's: Ethan Schlager. St. Sebastian's: Jordan Brydie. Thayer: Conor O'Brien.

Girls’ basketball — BB&N: Courtney Erickson, Lydia Zaleski. Governor’s Academy: Carli Citrano. Lawrence Academy: Emily Pratt, Gabriel Reuter. Milton Academy: Anna Lachenauer. Nobles: Katie Benzan, Lauren Dillon, Kate Kerrigan, Alex Maund. Rivers: Jen Berkowitz, Kristen Daly, Vanessa Edgehill, Julia Thissell. St. George's: Lane Davis. St. Mark's: Mathilde Sauquet. St. Paul's: Cosette Mahre. Thayer: Taylor Block.

Boys’ hockey — Belmont Hill: Will Golonka, Tyler Granara, Ryan McConnell, Matt Melanson. Brooks: Connor Moore, Ian Speliotis. BB&N: Brien Diffley, Connor Hegarty. Governor’s Academy: Zach Mirageas, Nick Nonis. Groton: Mike Brown, Ace Cowans, Matt Pompa. Lawrence Academy: Brendan Flanagan, Brendan Joyce. Middlesex: Justin Ferreira, Mike Menter, Eric Shaw. Nobles: J.C. Brassard, Cal Burke, Billy Sweezey, Cody Tedesco, Miles Wood. Rivers: Miles Gendron, Matt Lombardozzi, Hank Miller, Joe Sacco, Steve Vansiclen. Roxbury Latin: Jonathan Marchett, Robert Shaw. St. George's: Hunter Johnson. St. Mark's: Peter Housakos, Adam Lee, Luke O'Brien, Zach Tsekos. St. Paul's: Luke Babcock, Nathan Colannino, Cam McCusker, Connor Sodergren, David Storto. St. Sebastian's: Will D'Orsi, Matt Doherty, Corey Ronan. Thayer: Jon Barry, Steve Cochrane, Adam Gaudette, Lincoln Griffin.

Girls’ hockey — Brooks: Isabella Papapetros. BB&N: Katie Burt, Cara Najjar. Governor’s Academy: Maggie Salmon. Middlesex: Leah Olson, Madeleine Winslow. Nobles: Brigit Bergin, Lexie Laing, Haley Mullins, Mallory Souliotis. Rivers: Ellie DeCaprio, Melissa Maffeo, Alice Pigeon, Clara Pigeon. St. George's: Andie Plumeri. St. Mark's: Kearan Burke, Sophia Millerick, Kara Violette. St. Paul's: Brooke Avery, Caitrin Lonergan, Shayna Tomlinson. Thayer: Julianne Landry.

Boys’ skiing (alpine) — Belmont Hill: Sabri Eyuboglu, Dan Remondi. Middlesex: Eliot Pierpont, James Sanderson, Jack Sullivan. Milton Academy: Jonnie Lawson. Rivers: Ben Freeland.

Girls’ skiing (alpine) — Lawrence Academy: Madeleine Kelly. Middlesex: Taylor McKenna, Rowena Schenck. Nobles: Maya Abouhamad, Lauren Barta, Caley Dickinson, Nicola Katz.

Boys’ squash — Belmont Hill: Timothy Brownell, Clark Doyle. Brooks: Sief Abou-Eleinen, Mahmoud Yousry. Groton: Anthony Chu. Middlesex: Matt Novick. Milton Academy: Charlie Blasberg, Cody Cortes, Carson Spaar. Nobles: Ryan Smith. St. George's: Mahmoud Abdel-Maksoud. St. Paul's: Henry Parkhurst.

Girls’ squash — Brooks: Andreina Benedith, Helen Bernhard. BB&N: Natalie Madden. Groton: Manjari Ganti. Nobles: Rebecca Brownell, Gracie Doyle. St. George's: Victoria Arjoon. St. Paul's: Rachel Ang, Lucy Bostwick.

Wrestling — Belmont Hill: Pete Curtin, Mihir Gulati, Ryan Kelley, Jared Linsky. Brooks: Andrew Bolte, Tommy Connelly, David Crosby, Geoff Fulgione, Nate Gibeley, Andrew Konovalchik, Nick Konovalchik. Lawrence Academy: Isaiah Bellamy, Andrew Crane, Julian Travis. Milton Academy: Kevin Lee. Roxbury Latin: Harry Doernberg, Zach Lehan, Brent Samuels. St. Mark's: Kemar Darlington. St. Paul's: Quinn Abrams, Peter Curtin, Drew Saccone. St. Sebastian's: Aturo Atkins, Andrew Fai, Tyson Reed, James Sylvia. Thayer: Matt Campos, John Keally.

IGC Basketball — Brimmer & May: Kristin Gates. Cambridge Weston: Chloe Knopp. Chapel Hill: Huan Boches. Gann Academy: Tali Anisfeld, Nikki Teperman. Landmark: Brooke Williams. Montrose: Catherine Conroy, Lindsay Lombardo, Elizabeth Wade. Waring: Eleanor Lustig. Woodward: Traci Litthcut, Ava Small.

MBIL Boys’ basketball — Boston Trinity: Sam Brown, Avalon McLaren, Nisre Zouzoua. BU Academy: Nate Gruver. Brimmer & May: Jacob Quiles. Cambridge Weston: Nica Franklin, Evan Smith. Chapel Hill: Gordon Gao. Commonwealth: Phil Budding. Covenant Christian: Zach Enfield, Mardochee Faustin, Sam Rourke. Gann Academy: Harris Wallack, Zach Weiss. Learning Center: Iromilson Centeio. Newman Prep: Berry Wu. Waldorf: Rio Liu. Waring: Alex Mitchell, Charlie Mitchell.

NEPSAC

 All-New England hockey (East) — Dexter: Ryan Donato, Liam Feeney; Thayer: Adam Guadette, Jon Barry; Noble and Greenough: Miles Wood; Cushing: Richey Boyd; Northfield Mount Herman: Conor O’Brien.

 All-New England hockey (West) — Williston Northampton: Max Willman; Salisbury: Evan Smith, Will Tofey; Choate: Joey Caffrey; Deerfield: Sam Lafferty; Hotchkiss: Wiley Sherman; Trinity Pawling: Johnny Coughlin; Canterbury: Christian Short.

 All-New England Division 1 girls’ hockey — Nobles: Lexie Laing; Pomfret: Makenna Newkirk; St.Paul’s : Caitrin Lonergan; Hotchkiss: Chelsea Ziadie; Westminster: Kat Pate; BB&N: Katie Burt.

 All-New England Division 2 girls hockey — Millbrook: Melissa Sheeran; Middlesex: Maddie Winslow; Vermont Academy: Melinda Prevost; Gunnery: Jocelyn Mongillo; Middlesex: Leah Olsen; Thayer: Julianne Landry.

 Class B boys’ basketball — Roxbury Latin: Pat Benzan; Hoosac: Unique McLean; Brooks: Ikenna Ndugba; Cheshire Academy: Wilfredo Rodriguez; Beaver Country Day: Jacquil Taylor; Suffield: Christian Wilkins.

 Class A East girls’ basketball — Phillips Andover: Cara Cavanaugh; BB&N: Courtney Erickson, Lydia Zaleski; Phillips Exeter: Nicole Heavirland, Peace Kabari; Marianapolis Prep: Rachel Aho, Madison Springfield; Milton Academy: Chandler Quinton, Anna Lachenauer; New Hampton: Becca Ripley; Noble and Greenough: Katie Benzan, Alex Maund, Kate Kerrigan; Rivers: Kristen Daley, Jen Berkowitz; St. Paul’s: Cosette Mahre; Tabor: Lydia Caputi, Molly Bent; Thayer: Kelsey Farden; Worcester Academy: Lexi Hackett.

 Class A West girls’ basketball — Choate: Micaela Montini; Convent of the Sacred Heart: Colleen O’Neil, Emily Sullivan; Deerfield: Libby Murray, Jess Hom; Hotchkiss: Erika Steeves, Izzy Ziskind; Kent: Daneesha Provo, Brittany Rigg; Loomis: Steph Jones, Sam Roy, Maxine Offiaeli; Northfield Mount Hermon: Vanessa Udoji, Ruthann Zientek; Taft: Hannah Friend.

 Class B East girls’ basketball — Brooks: Ellie Cordes; Dana Hall: Autumn Ceppi; Governor’s Academy: Jackie Ham, C. Cashman; Groton: Rachel Reed; Lawrence Academy: Emily Pratt, Gabby Reuter; Middlesex: Ari Odom; Pingree: H. Sabino; St. George’s: Lane Davis; St. Mark’s: Mathilde Sauquet; Tilton: Olivia Orlando, Maureen Taggert, Lorraine Cox; Winsor: Talia Ruxin.

 Class B West girls’ basketball — Berkshire: Samone DeFreese, Kristalyn Baisden, Hannah Cooke; Cushing: Mikayla Malboef, Kylie Caouette; Holy Child: Maggie Welsh; Hopkins: Sydney Geyer; Kingswood-Oxford: Maddi Kalkstein; Master’s: Naya Williams; Pomfret: Alyzae Davis, Juliette Lawless, Mary Redmond; Suffield: Jasmine Brooks; Westminster: Rachel Monroe; Williston-Narthampton: Natalie Baum.

 Class C East girls’ basketball — Bancroft: Emma Lukas; Beaver Country Day: Stephanie Soto-Rivera, Ciara Dillon; Berwick: Rebecca Siegel, Magggie DuChene, Tori St. Pierre; Brewster: Saliah Serrette; Holderness: Ella Butlig; Kimball Union: Taylor Ong, Abby Kelly; Lexington Christian: Caroline Niland, Shae Roys; Lincoln: Kate Ross, Deja Ross; Newton Country Day: Sochia Reardon; Proctor: Elemy Colome, Amber Wilson; Wheeler: Catha Metcalf.

 Class C West girls’ basketball — Cheshire Academy: Chelsea Dow; Ethel Walker: Sage Tourigny, Lisa Volg; Greens Farms: Lexi Kimball; Hamden Hall: Rachel Plotke, Bianca Tommassini; King: Natalie Wind, Aliyah Christy; Millbrook: Caroline Whalen; Miss Hall’s: Grace Guachione, Ifunaya Okeke; St. Luke’s: Sydney Lowery; Stoneleigh-Burnham: C’Quoya Haughton, Rosemary Llang; WMA: Stephanie English; Westover: Paige Cunningham.

 Class D/E East girls’ basketball — Brimmer & May: Kristin Gates; Boston Trinity: Jessie Rogers; Boston University Academy: Cathryn Hart: Cambridge School of Weston; Covenant Christian: Emma Carlson, Favor Ezequzie; Gann: Nikki Tepperman; Hyde: Janicha Diaz; Landmark: Brooke Williams; Montrose: Catherine Conroy; Newman: Nicole Fusaro; St. Andrews: Davida Dale; Southfield: Whitney Metzgar, Adrienne Metzgar; Vermont Academy: Sam O'Gara, Haley Wilder; Waldorf: Charlotte Cohen; Winchendon: Paige Anderson, Marge Wilson; Woodward: Ava Small.

 Class D/E West girls’ basketball — Chase: Idalis Miranda, Natalie Fitzgerald; Christian Heritage: Jess Cicirchia, Jax Stachura; Darrow: Hannah Last; Forman: Allie Gluck; Gunnery: Virginia Dodenhoff; Harvey: Hannah Paul; MacDuffie: Ece Eldek; Marvelwood: Dani Nappi, Molleigh Sanes; Oakwood: Alex Weinraub; Poughkeepsie Day: Julia Roelke; Watkinson: Victoria Santiago, Tiana Conway, Taylor Saunders; Wooster: Kate MacNutt, Venue Okwuka, Blair Hamilton.

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