See the athletes and coaches chosen for this year's All-Scholastic team.
Governor’s Academy, field hockey, freshman
The freshman sensation from Seabrook Beach, N.H., Carter scored 21 goals and dished six assists for Governors in 2014. A midfielder, Caron plays with the junior olympics and futures elite teams.
Nobles, soccer, senior
A senior, Chen helped Nobles claim the co-championship in the ISL en route to being named ISL MVP. An all-state and all-New England player in 2014, Chen also enjoys playing the flute, and plans on attending Boston University.
Middlesex, cross-country, junior
A junior, Deokar claimed the ISL individual championship for 2014. Deokar also was the Division 3 champion, leading Middlesex to the team title. Outside of running, the junior enjoys playing basketball as well as the saxophone.
Lawrence Academy, football, senior
A senior, Garrison has been named All-ISL in each of his three years at Lawrence. The ISL MVP in 2014, Garrison helped his team win ISL and NEPSAC titles this season. Garrison accrued 2,730 all-purpose yards and 95 tackles in his career.
Lawrence Academy, soccer, senior
Kunateh netted 24 goals to go along with 18 assists as the junior claimed the ISL Offensive Player of Year award. A four-time ISL all-league selection, the Harvard-bound Kunateh was also a three-time all-state pick.
Milton Academy, soccer, senior
The Defensive Player of the Year in ISL soccer, the senior and team captain led Milton to an undefeated season and the semifinals of the Class tournament. He’s a two-time ISL All-Star and also a member of the Jamaican U-20 national team.
Governor’s Academy, football, senior
Lopez racked up 1,083 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns for Governor’s this season, and also added two interceptions and a forced fumble on defense. The senior, who was also ISL co-MVP for baseball in 2014, will attend Bowdoin College next year.
Roxbury Latin, cross-country, senior
Mullen, a senior, earned his second straight NEPSTA Division 2 MVP award. A four-time All-ISL selection, Mullen has captained Roxbury’s cross-country and track teams for the past two seasons. The senior is also a four-time All-New England pick.
Milton Academy, volleyball, senior
The senior outside hitter was the ISL MVP after earning ISL All-Star honors as a junior and NEPSAC All-Star honors as a sophomore, when she was also the team MVP. In the spring Murray was the softball team MVP.
Rivers, soccer, junior
Helping Rivers to an ISL championship, Webber was named ISL Defensive Player of the Year, as well earning All-New England and All-American honors. The two-time high-honor roll student played in the 2014 New England All-Star lacrosse game.
Berwick, cross-country, senior
A senior, Cookson was MVP of the EIL in 2014, placing first in every in-season race. Now a two-time team MVP, Cookson has been team captain the last two seasons.
Dana Hall, volleyball, senior
Grip was named MVP of the EIL, registering a .234 hitting percentage, 46 blocks, 28 aces, 83 digs and 107 kills. A senior captain, Grip was also awarded the school’s Outstanding Leadership Award for volleyball. Grip is also a nationally ranked squash player.
Newton Country Day, volleyball, senior
The senior captain helped Newton Country Day claim the EIL championship in 2014. She led the team with 48 aces, and also contributed 26 kills. A member of the National Honor Society, Lakis has also been a high-honor student for four years.
Berwick, golf, senior
A three-time EIL All-Star and now a two-time Globe All-Scholastic, Linemayr was again the top golfer in the league. This past summer the senior made it to the semifinals of the New Hampshire Junior Golf Championship.
Newton Country Day, field hockey, senior
The EIL’s MVP, Sgroi was also all-New England this past season. The senior center back, a two-time MVP and three-time all-league pick, will attend Davidson College for lacrosse.
Newton Country Day, cross-country, freshman
A freshman, Westover placed first in the EIL championship race, claiming NEPSTA Division 3 Prep All-New England honors. Westover also placed first in the 2013 Mass. Middle School Invitational championship. Westover also enjoys drawing, surfing and sailing.
Beaver Country Day, soccer,
Zecca was named the EIL’s MVP after his 36-goal season helped Beaver Country Day to an undefeated season. Zecca averaged two points per game this season.
Pingree, soccer, junior
The junior was named EIL MVP while bringing her career total in points to 98 as Pingree claimed its second straight NEPSAC championship. Committed to play soccer at Northeastern, Zerfoss also plays basketball and is interested in law and psychology.
GIL: Covenant Christian, soccer, senior
The senior goaltender posted an 8-2-4 record en route to being named GIL MVP in 2014. Bradford recorded six shutouts and blocked both penalty shots she faced this season. Bradford plans on majoring in journalism in college.
NEPSAC Class A-B: Choate, soccer, senior
A four-year starter at Choate, Farrell has helped her team to two consecutive No. 1 seeds in the NEPSAC Class A tournament. The senior striker posted 29 goals (10 game-winners) and 18 assists in Choate’s 18-1-1 season.
IGC: Montrose, soccer, junior
A resident of Norfolk, the junior striker/midfielder claimed league MVP honors in the IGC behind a 23-goal, 21-assist campaign. Gibson boasts a 4.0 GPA at Montrose and plans to major in biology in college.
NEPSAC offensive player of the year: Berkshire, soccer, senior
A senior captain, Harrison netted 43 points (16 goals, 27 assists) in 2014, as Berkshire claimed the New England Class A championship Harrison, committed to play soccer at Wake Forest, was named an NSCAA All-American this past season. Harrison won the Gatorade Player of the Year in 2013.
MBIL: Covenant Christian, soccer, senior
Jones, who has claimed the last three Division 1 MBIL MVPs, scored 27 goals and dished 14 assists in 2014 to put an exclamation point on his career. Jones has recorded 97 goals (most in school history) and 63 assists in his career.
NEPSAC defensive player of the year: Worcester Academy, soccer, senior
Amassing 12 points on the season, the Worcester defender and captain claimed the NEPSAC Defensive Player of the Year award. The senior plans to attend Providence College, where he will continue playing soccer in the fall.
NEPSAC Class C-D: Brewster Academy, soccer, junior
Lane recorded 29 goals and nine assists in 19 games as Brewster (16-1-2) claimed the Lakes Region Championship and advanced to the NEPSAC Class C final. Lane, a junior, had nine game-winning goals this season.
Founders: Choate, football, senior
Harris, a two-way starter, was a three-year letter winner and a team co-captain at Choate. He caught six touchdowns this season and racked 700 yards receiving. The 6-2, 195-pound senior made 70 tackles, broke up 23 passes and added two interceptions.
Cheshire Academy, football, senior
Kehoe threw for 2,475 yards and 34 TDs, and his completion percentage was 65. The senior rushed for four TDs and led Cheshire to a Colonial League championship. He ends his career with 88 passing TDs, 7,340 passing yards, and a 23-4 record as a three-year starter.
Evergreen: Hyde (Conn.), football, senior
The NEPSAC Class C Player of the Year as well as the Evergreen Player of the Year, Murphy ran for 1,873 yards and 30 touchdowns to lead Hyde to a 7-1 record. He also wrestles and plays lacrosse.