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2014 Squash All-Scholastics

All-scholastics

Mahmoud Abdel-Maksoud

St. George’s, junior

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.

Timothy Brownell

Belmont Hill,

Brownell went undefeated in the ISL and placed third in No. 1 Flight at the New England Championships. He was the No. 5 ranked high school player in the U.S. for the 2013-14 season and ranks No. 4 in boys under 19 player in the U.S.

Victoria Arjoon

St. George’s, junior

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Arjoon went undefeated at High School Nationals, placed second in Flight 1 at New Englands, and was fifth at the Groton Invitational. A junior, she led St. George’s to a second-place finish in Division 3 at High School Nationals. She’s ranked second in the Caribbean for girls’ under-19.

Sarah Bell

Winsor, senior

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

All-Stars

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ISL — 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

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

ISL — 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.

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