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2015 Skiing All-Scholastics

The North Andover girls’ Alpine team claimed the MIAA championship this year.

Robert E. Klein for The Boston Globe

The North Andover girls’ Alpine team claimed the MIAA championship this year.

Skiers of the Year

Tyler Brown, Masconomet, Alpine

The senior finished No. 1 in the North Shore Ski League’s regular season. At the MIAA states he continued his success by winning the slalom and finishing second in the GS. Brown also won the Eastern High School Championships.

Lewis Nottonson, Acton-Boxborough, Nordic

Nottonson makes his second straight appearance as Nordic skier of the year. This winter he won theNnordic title at the MIAA championships, his second straight. A-B was second as a team. In the Mass Bay West season he finished first.

Cameron Easton, Winchester, Alpine

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After a regular season in which she tied for third in the Mass Bay West Omega Division, Easton dominated at the MIAA Alpine championships. In the slalom the freshman took second and in the giant slalom was third.

Sonya Jampel, Newton North, Nordic

A repeat All-Scholastic, Jampel won the MIAA girls’ Nordic state title after finishing second last year. She also won the Mass Bay Ski League East regular-season title. The senior also qualified for the Junior Nationals.

All-Scholastics

Tess Alphas, Weston, Alpine

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The No. 2 finisher in the Mass Bay West Omega regular season, Alphas had a great day at the MIAA alpine championships. In both the slalom and giant slalom the senior captain finished fourth. She’s also co-president of the senior class.

Michael Carbonaro, Wellesley, Alpine

Carbonaro finished the regular season as the No. 3 skier in the Mass Bay Ski League East. At the MIAA state championships he took ninth in the slalom and fifth in the giant slalom. A repeat All-Scholastic, he was also Wellesley’s co-captain.

Maria Cavallaro, North Andover, Alpine

North Andover won the MIAA girls’ Alpine title led by Maria and her sister Rachel. At states, Maria was 14th in the slalom and 17th in the giant slalom. During the North Shore Ski League regular season, Maria finished second.

Rachel Cavallaro, North Andover, Alpine

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Rachel and her sister Maria helped lead North Andover to the MIAA Alpine state title. At states, Rachel finished fifth in the slalom and ninth in the GS. In the North Shore Ski League regular season, the freshman finished third.

Sara Faigel, Andover, Alpine

The senior finished the regular season as the top skier in the North Shore Ski League. In the MIAA state championship she was 22d in the slalom and 12th in the giant slalom. She also races for the Mount Sunapee ski team.

Sam Goldberg, Xaverian, Alpine

Goldberg, a junior, was the top skier during the Mass Bay Ski League East’s regular season. At the MIAA state championships he finished in first place in the giant slalom and took eighth in the slalom.

Bailey Laidman, Dover-Sherborn, Alpine

D-S won the MIAA state team alpine title thanks in part to Laidman’s efforts. He finished fourth in the slalom and 13th in the giant slalom. During the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season the sophomore finished fourth.

James Larsen, Westford, Alpine

The senior is the first skier in Mass Bay West Alpha history to win the league’s regular-season title all four years. At the MIAA state championship, Larsen was 17th in the giant slalom and seventh in the slalom.

Jacob Meyerson, Concord-Carlisle, Nordic

A repeat All-Scholastic selection, Meyerson finished second at the MIAA state Nordic championships. During the regular season Meyerson finished second in Mass Bay West competition. He was second in the Weston Sprints.

Hannah Rieders, Wellesley, Nordic

Hannah joined with her sister Madeline to lead Wellesley to the MIAA girls’ Nordic title. In individual competition, Hannah finished fifth at states. During the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season, she finished third.

Madeline Rieders, Wellesley, Nordic

Madeline joined with her sister Hannah to lead Wellesley to the MIAA girls’ Nordic title. In individual competition, the sophomore finished third at states. During the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season she was fourth.

Sam Scatchard, Dover-Sherborn, Alpine

The junior helped lead Dover-Sherborn to the MIAA state Alpine title. At the state competition he finished third in the slalom and 11th in the giant slalom. During the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season, he finished fifth.

Brianna Stout, Concord-Carlisle, Alpine

A junior, Stout was the top skier in the Mass Bay West Omega regular season. At the MIAA state championship she was ninth in the slalom and 14th in the giant slalom. She’s qualified for states all three years at C-C.

Brooke Troy, Westwood, Alpine

Now a three-time All-Scholastic selection, Troy finished second in the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season. At the state championship, the senior finished seventh in the slalom and sixth in the GS. She’ll attend Boston College.

Gabrielle Vandendries, Brookline, Nordic

Vandendries followed up a season of cross-country by finishing second in the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season. A sophomore, she also finished second at the MIAA state championships and competed in the Junior Nationals.

Charles Watt, Acton-Boxborough, Nordic

Acton-Boxborough finished second at the MIAA Nordic championships thanks to Watt and his teammate Lewis Nottonson. Individually, Watt finished third at states. In the regular season, Watt was the No. 3 skier in Mass Bay West.

Coaches of the Year

Ronald Downing, Dover-Sherborn, Boys’ Alpine

Downing joined with co-coach Mark Gray to lead D-S to its first MIAA boys’ Alpine state title. D-S went 10-0 and won the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season. Downing has been coaching for 23 years and he’s a D-S graduate.

Mark Gray, Dover-Sherborn, Boys’ Alpine

Gray joined with co-coach Ron Downing to lead Dover-Sherborn to its first MIAA boys’ Alpine state championship. D-S also finished 10-0 and won the Mass Bay Ski League East regular season. He’s coached at D-S for eight years.

Pat Garrison, Acton-Boxborough, Boys’ Nordic

Garrison makes her third appearance as the Globe’s Coach of the Year after the Colonials had an undefeated regular season in Mass Bay West. At the MIAA state championships, A-B finished second behind Mt. Greylock.

John Fantini, Wellesley, Girls’ Nordic

Under Fantini and assistant Marshall Randolph, Wellesley won its first MIAA Nordic state championship. The Raiders also won the Mass Bay Ski League title. Fantini has coached skiing eight years, the last four concentrating on Nordic.

Conor Meehan, North Andover, Girls’ Alpine

For the second straight winter, Meehan and North Andover finished 10-0 in the North Shore Ski League. But this winter, North Andover added an MIAA girls’ Alpine ski title. Meehan has been the coach for two years.

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