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2015 Football All-Scholastics

Chris Martin racked up 1,693 yards and 28 touchdowns to lead Dartmouth to a second consecutive Division 3 Super Bowl title.

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Chris Martin racked up 1,693 yards and 28 touchdowns to lead Dartmouth to a second consecutive Division 3 Super Bowl title.

Players of the Year

Division 1: Coby Tippett, Xaverian, WR/DB

The Catholic Conference MVP scored 16 touchdowns and compiled 1,150 receiving yards for the back-to-back Division 1 state champions. Also a shutdown corner, the senior had seven interceptions and four return TDs.

Division 2: Danny Dalton, Marshfield, TE/LB

The Penn State-bound tight end earned Gatorade Player of the Year honors after hauling in 49 catches for 702 yards and 11 touchdowns. On defense, Dalton recorded 57 tackles, 4 sacks, and 3 interceptions.

Division 3: Chris Martin, Dartmouth, RB

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The 5-foot-7-inch, 155-pound senior racked up 1,693 yards and 28 touchdowns to lead the Indians to a second consecutive Division 3 Super Bowl title. His 3,242 yards and 43 career touchdowns are second all-time at Dartmouth.

Division 4: Andrew Jamiel, Dennis-Yarmouth, RB/DB

Jamiel set a school record for most touchdowns in a season with 26. The running back accounted for 2,705 yards (1,583 rushing, 612 receiving, and 510 return). The senior has 47 career TD and plans on playing football in college.

Division 5: Jake Peterson, East Bridgewater, WR/CB

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Peterson finished with 25 touchdowns, leading the Vikings to the Division 5 Super Bowl game. Peterson caught 13 TDs, rushed for 570 yards, and won both starts in relief of his injured QB. A senior, he’s a two-time SSL All-Star.

Division 6: DeShaun Dias, Mashpee, RB/OLB

Dias led the Falcons to a Division 6 Super Bowl title with a 36-touchdown season that included four at Gillette Stadium. Dias, the all-time TD leader in school history with 63, leaves Mashpee after rushing for 4,364 yards.

All-Scholastics

Jack Barrett, Holliston, junior, QB

In his first season as the starting quarterback, Barrett threw for 1,585 yards and 18 touchdowns while leading the Panthers to their second straight Division 4 state championship. He also rushed for 917 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Curt Bletzer, Catholic Memorial, senior, WR/LB

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The Boston College commit finished his career with 16 touchdowns and 210 tackles. Bletzer was a Catholic Conference All-Star three times and was the Knights’ captain during his junior and senior seasons.

D’Aundray Burcy, Reading, senior, RB

The running back earned Middlesex League MVP honors. He racked up 1,583 rushing yards and 20 rushing touchdowns. He also recorded 14 receptions for 269 yards and a touchdown. Burcy also runs track for the Rockets.

Austin Burton, Newton South, junior, QB

The Lions won their first playoff game in program history thanks in large part to the play of their junior quarterback. Burton had 34 touchdown passes and threw for 3,299 yards. He also ran for 565 yards and six scores.

Troy Carey, Tewksbury, senior, RB/SS

A two-way standout for the Redmen, Carey was selected as the Merrimack Valley Division 1 Defensive Player of the Year while also rushing for over 1,000 yards as a senior. He was also a league all-star in lacrosse last spring.

Eain Coakley, Latin Academy, senior, RB/S

It was rare when Coakley left the field for the Dragons. A two-way starter and team captain, Coakley broke the school record for touchdowns in a season with 26 and led LA in tackles. Coakley is also an honor roll student.

J.J. Colimon, Everett, senior, DE/TE

The senior defensive end registered seven sacks for a unit that allowed just under 20 points per game. The 6-foot-4-inch, 260-pounder finished his Crimson Tide career with 20 sacks and was a standout blocker and tackler.

Will Connery, Reading, senior, FS/WR

Connery did it all for the Rockets this season, catching seven touchdowns, running for four, and bringing back a punt and a kickoff. On defense, Connery made 21 unassisted tackles, one interception, and forced a fumble.

Steve Cuqua, Walpole, senior, RB

The three-time Bay State Conference All-Star finished his career with 4,125 rushing yards. In his final season, Cuqua ran for 1,300 yards and 19 touchdowns for the Rebels despite missing three games with an injury.

Cam DeGeorge, Lynnfield, senior, OL/DL

DeGeorge is a two-way starter. The 6-foot-5-inch, 270-pound Syracuse commit recorded 65 tackles and four sacks as a defensive end this season. Offensively, the guard was a key part in establishing the Pioneers rushing attack.

Anthony DeNitto, Newton South, senior, FS/WR

The receiver and safety logged 1,517 receiving yards and scored 21 touchdowns, finishing his career with 2,134 yards and 31 touchdowns. DeNitto, who will attend Harvard next year, also plays basketball.

Omar Deschamps, Central Catholic, senior, RB/OLB

Deschamps rushed for 750 yards and 10 touchdowns, adding two receiving touchdowns. He finished his career with 1,010 rushing yards, and contributed on defense with 46 tackles, 6 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles.

Nick Diamond, Westford, senior, LB

The DCL Defensive Player of the Year and two-time DCL All-Star terrorized opposing offenses, making 126 tackles, 18 for a loss, and 15 sacks. The linebacker also made an interception, forced two fumbles, and recovered four.

Mike Fallon, Milton, senior, QB

Fallon was selected as the Bay State Herget MVP after he racked up 2,714 yards and 29 touchdowns passing with 410 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns this season. Fallon led the Wildcats to the Division 3 South finals.

Scott Foden, Masconomet, senior, RB

Foden set the single-season rushing record at Masconomet this season with 2,014 yards, adding 19 touchdowns. He finishes his career with 3,130 yards, averaging 8.5 yards per carry and totaling 31 touchdowns.

Justin Ireland, Norton, senior, RB/DB

Ireland piled up 1,678 yards and 27 touchdowns on 180 carries. He averaged 9.3 yards per carry en route to being named Tri-Valley Small Offensive Player of the Year. With 3,170 career rushing yards, Ireland set a school record.

Steven Jackson, Central Catholic, senior, WR/DB

Jackson was named the Merrimack Valley Conference (Div. 1) MVP after his 16-touchdown season. He caught 93 balls for 824 yards and 11 scores, adding two touchdowns on the ground. He also returned three kicks for TDs.

Garret Keough, Marblehead, senior, QB/FS

Keough completed 64 percent of his passes, throwing for 2,050 yards and 23 touchdowns. He also ran for 300 yards and five more scores, picked off three passes, and was the Magicians’ kicker. He pitches for the baseball team.

Jack Lambert, St. John’s Prep, senior, DE/FB

Lambert made the switch from outside linebacker to defensive end. He had 16 sacks and 28 tackles to earn Catholic Conference co-Defensive Player of the Year honors. Lambert finished his career with 28 sacks.

Drew Laundry, Billerica, senior, RB/FS

A running back and safety, Laundry scored 19 touchdowns and rushed for 1,044 yards, finishing his career with 30 touchdowns and 1,700 yards. He also plays lacrosse and will continue his lacrosse career at Towson next year.

Shane Leonard, Marshfield, senior, OL

The 6-3, 290-pound center anchored Marshfield’s offensive line, helping the team reach the Division 2 state semifinal. Leonard is also on the Rams’ track team and is a three-time shot put and discus state champion.

Matt Long, Weymouth, senior, QB/RB

The Bay State Carey Player of the Year was fourth in Division 1 in scoring with 15 touchdowns, 2 field goals, and 20 extra points. Long also rushed for 1,700 yards, picked up 2,100 all-purpose yards, and tossed three touchdowns.

Phil Lynch, BC High, senior, OT/DT

The 6-foot-6-inch, 285-pounder was named the Catholic Conference Offensive Lineman of the Year. Lynch was a two-time Catholic Conference All-Star and also contributed strong play on the defensive line. He’ll attend Brown.

Bobby Maimaron, Duxbury, junior, QB

A two-time Patriot League All-Star, Maimaron was the Keenan Division MVP. He passed for 2,045 yards and 32 touchdowns and ran for 835 yards and 10 more scores, leading the Dragons to the Division 3 Southwest finals.

Jack Masterson, Marshfield, senior, QB

Masterson led the Rams to the Division 2 semifinal with 1,883 passing yards and 25 TD passes. He ran for nine scores and 734 yards. His career totals in the air are 5,904 yards and 58 TDs and 1,733 yards and 34 TDs on the ground.

Nick Morrison, North Attleboro, senior, RB/LB

A two-way standout, Morrison earned Hockomock Kelley-Rex MVP honors by racking up 48 tackles and four sacks while averaging 6.2 yards per carry and nine rushing touchdowns. Morrison is also a successful wrestler.

Brendan Patterson, Westwood, senior, QB

The Tri-Valley Large MVP threw 27 touchdown passes and over 2,300 yards. In two seasons as the starting quarterback, Patterson amassed over 4,200 yards and 49 touchdowns in the air. He also captains the lacrosse team.

Mike Pedrini, Melrose, junior, RB

The junior tailback rushed for 1,202 yards and 20 touchdowns, hauled in 27 passes for 394 yards and four touchdowns, and threw two touchdown passes to help the Red Raiders back to the Division 3 Super Bowl.

EJ Perry, Andover, junior, QB

The MVC Offensive Player of the Year finished the season with 2,852 passing yards and a state-leading 34 TD passes, both school records. The junior also set the state’s game passing yards record with 636 in the playoffs.

Elijah Pierre, Xaverian, senior, DL/OL

Pierre was a force for the Hawks, notching 35 tackles (13 for loss), 7 sacks, 4 passes defended, and 3 forced fumbles (with a recovery). The Catholic Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year has committed to Brown.

Josh Pierre-Charles, Millis, senior, RB/LB

A two-time All-Scholastic, Pierre-Charles was a force on the ground for the Mohawks (8-3), who came within a field goal of winning the Div. 6 South final. The senior rounds out a solid career with 59 TDs and 4,510 rushing yards.

Doug Santos, Peabody, senior, RB

The senior running back totaled 25 touchdowns, the fourth-most in the state, and was the leading scorer in Division 1 with 152 points. Santos rushed for 2,055 yards this season and 4,856 for his career, both school records.

Cameron Sass, Cardinal Spellman, senior, RB/DB

In his first season at running back, Sass finished with 950 yards on 120 carries and led the Cardinals to the Division 5 South final. The senior, who also plays baseball, finished with 90 tackles, 2 interceptions and 21 touchdowns.

Peter Thorbahn, Xaverian, senior, WR/DB

Thorbahn had five interceptions, two of which he returned for scores, 15 passes defended, and a pair of forced fumbles for the Super Bowl champions. He added 25 receptions for 353 yards and four touchdowns.

Abraham Toe, St. Mary’s, junior, RB/DB

The Spartans’ Mr. Everything, Toe led Division 5 in scoring with 27 TDs. Toe amassed 1,577 yards on the ground and added 180 yards receiving. The junior, who also runs track, has 3,567 total yards and 56 touchdowns in his career.

Myles Uva, Plymouth North, senior, RB

The two-time Patriot Keenan Offensive Player of the Year ran for 1,650 yards and 27 touchdowns in his senior year. Uva finished with 3,390 yards and 49 touchdowns, a school record, in his two years. He plans to play football in college.

Coaches of the Year

Division 1: Joseph Pappagallo, Malden

Pappagallo closed his career in style by guiding the Golden Tornadoes to their first Greater Boston League championship since 1991, breaking Everett’s run of 20 straight. It was Malden’s third straight playoff appearance.

Division 2: John Fiore, Reading

Fiore said this year’s Rockets team was ‘‘a true family on and off the field.’’ The Division 2 Super Bowl runner-up, Reading finished the season 11-2, making Fiore the school’s winningest coach with a record of 103-35 over 12 years.

Division 3: Steve Dembowski, Milton

In his 22d year of coaching, Dembowski moved from Swampscott to Milton where he led the Wildcats to an 11-1 record, their first league title in 52 years, and a Division 3 Southwest championship. His career record is 125-68.

Division 4: Todd Kiley, Holliston

In his 13th season, Kiley led Holliston to their second straight Division 4 state title — his third Super Bowl championship in four appearances. Kiley now has a 116-35 career record and is 24-2 in the last two seasons.

Division 5: Shawn Tarpey, East Bridgewater

In his fourth season at East Bridgewater, Tarpey led his team to an 11-2 record and a Division 5 Super Bowl appearance. Also named the South Shore League Coach of the Year, Tarpey owns a 79-52-1 record.

Division 6: Matt Triveri, Mashpee

A 1992 Barnstable graduate, Triveri has guided the Falcons to two Super Bowl championships in four years. The Falcons finished with a 10-3 record this season, bringing Triveri’s overall mark to 93-32 after 11 years.

All-Stars

Eastern Mass.

Division 1 — Acton-Boxboro: Kyle Tobin. Andover: Dan Gemmell, EJ Perry, Andy Soucy. Central Catholic: Omar Deschamps, Bret Edwards, Robert Fitzgerald, Steven Jackson, Michael Mercuri. Chelmsford: Tyrone Phet. Everett: Luis Cardona, J.J. Colimon, Marvens Fedna. Lowell: Keith Lynch, Matt Smith. Malden: Danley Exilhomme, Djorggenson Exilhomme, Jared Martino. Methuen: Kendrick Denose, Brian McAndrew. Peabody: Frank Falco, Doug Santos. St. John’s Prep: Jay Carnevale, Oliver Eberth, Sean Fallon, Jack Lambert, Dillon Preston, Hayden Rockett, Nathaniel Vance. Attleboro: Kyle Murphy, Brendan Nunes. BC High: Phil Lynch, Steve Timmins. Bridgewater-Raynham: Steve D'Emilia, Shawn Noel, Matt Reagan. Brockton: Marcus Bullard, Ryan Clifford. Brookline: Ben Solomon. Catholic Memorial: Curt Bletzer, Frank Cosolito, Jack McGowan, Jack O'Brien, Peter Scibilia. New Bedford: Jonathan Moraes, Andrew Rapoza. Newton North: Mike Gately. Weymouth: Kevin Hachey, Matt Long, Kevin Lyons. Xaverian: Nick Allsop, John Dean, Mekhi Henderson, Devon Piccinin, Elijah Pierre, Mike Pina, Peter Thorbahn, Coby Tippett.

Division 2 — Braintree: Danny Valicenti. Marshfield: Danny Dalton, Shane Leonard, Jack Masterson. Needham: Sam Foley. Quincy: Jahvae Handsom-Fields. Billerica: Justin Beck, Drew Laundry, Jeff Trainor. Malden Catholic: Kellen Field, Thomas Sullivan. Newton South: Frankie Barros, Austin Burton, Anthony DeNitto, Sasha Hoban, Jamyre Soberanis. North Andover: Joe Samuelman. Reading: D'Aundray Burcy, Will Connery, Corey DiLoreto, Sean Valente. Waltham: Randy Alay. Westford: Ben Cassidy, Connor Degenhardt, Nick Diamond.

Division 3 — Beverly: Matt Madden. Danvers: Marco LaGambina, Danny Lynch. Gloucester: Jacob Emerson, John Philpott, Christian Sanfilippo. Marblehead: Garret Keough, Manning Sears. Masconomet: Scott Foden. Revere: Daniel Murphy, Steven Noel, Victor Rivera. Somerville: Justin Berry, Jiovanny Pierre. Tewksbury: Troy Carey, Adam Gajjaoui, Brett Morris. Arlington: Alec Coleman, Clark Ewen. Belmont: Mekhai Johnson. Burlington: Chenet Guerrier, Shane O'Halloran. Concord-Carlisle: Patrick Crowley, Kejuan Farquharson, Austin Hoey, Jon Staisor, Ethan vander Wilden. Medford: Matt Sullivan. Melrose: Julian Nyland, Dan Oulette, Mike Pedrini. Wakefield: Tighe Beck. Wayland: Mike Connell, Jimmy Lampert. Woburn: Brandon Moscat. Dartmouth: Matt Craig, Chris Martin, Sean Smialek, Jack Sullivan. Dighton-Rehoboth: Chris Joachim, Cam Reed, Jake Salera. Falmouth: Leo DeOliviera, Zach Murphy. Plymouth North: Justin Cabral, Cam Drew, Spencer Potter, Myles Uva. Plymouth South: Dylan Anti, Andrew Shortall. Sandwich: TJ Cairns. Sharon: Matt Cancian. Somerset Berkley: Kyle Crombie, Noah Julius. Whitman-Hanson: Nate Perkins, Nick Smith, Liam Sweeney. Bishop Feehan: Matt Everton, CJ Herson, Connor Poirier. Duxbury: Bobby Maimaron, Ryan Reagan, Will Scott. Hopkinton: Sam Lehman, Josh Sokol, Jack Vaccari. Milford: Blake Hill, Zach Lanzetta. Milton: Mike Fallon, Mack Feeney, Dave Perkins, Derek Perkins, Kendall Van Allen. North Attleborough: Connor Flynn, Nick Morrison, Bobby Mylod, Chad Peterson. Norwood: Joe Mazzota, Zac Pungitore. Stoughton: Jake Gibb, Ryan Sullivan. Walpole: Steve Cuqua, Lovie Salvant.

Division 4 — Arlington Catholic: Christian Rosati, Jack Ryan. Hamilton-Wenham: Hunter Ascolillo. Ipswich: Jake Long. Lynnfield: Cam DeGeorge, C.J. Finn, Drew McCarthy. North Reading: Matt McCarthy, Bob O'Donnell. Pentucket: Liam Sheehy. Stoneham: Evan Taylor. Weston: Liam Wrean. Canton: Jake Ragusa. Dennis-Yarmouth: Andrew Jamiel. Foxborough: Ronnie Martin. Hanover: Patrick Flynn. Holliston: Jack Barrett, Tucker Ciarcello, Brady Wells. Middleborough: Brendan Chipman, Eddy Hart. Norton: Justin Ireland. Westwood: Jim Fallon, Brendan Patterson.

Division 5 — Bishop Fenwick: Cory Bright, Dan Hannon, Alex Kaupp, Cody Mullen. East Boston: Terence Moore. Greater Lawrence: Edgardo Garcia. Greater Lowell: Eli Bryant, Nick Rossetti. Lowell Catholic: Jerome Seglah. St. Mary's: Antonio Felix, Calvin Johnson, Liam Reddy, Abraham Toe. Abington: Shawn Donovan. Archbishop Williams: Casey Earle, Marcus McBean. Ashland: Joe Kerkach. Bellingham: Zach Levy. Cardinal Spellman: Ralph Grillone, Mike Reale, Cameron Sass. Case: Aidan Silva. Dover-Sherborn: Eric Levine. East Bridgewater: Ryan Graham, Jake Peterson. Rockland: Matt Dunn, Stephen Norris. Seekonk: Brendan Smith.

Division 6 — Boston English: Brima Koroma, Jailyn Polanco, Stan Vargas. Burke: Jordan Riggs. Cathedral: Daijon Beasley, Khalil Blair, Tharzan Laurore. Dorchester: Theo Campbell, Ki Harris, Stephen Jacques. Essex Tech: Paul Lazzaro, Mike Nuernberg. Latin Academy: Eain Coakley. Lynn Tech: Steffan Gravely. Marian: Frank Damata. Matignon: Mike Medina. Minuteman: Sean Kelly. Mystic Valley: Philip Guerrier, James LoChirco, Jeremiah Timothee. New Mission: Marquis Roderique. O'Bryant: Montel Philip, Kobe Smith. St. Clement: Larnel Coleman, Joseph Gonzalez, Ivan Mertilus. South Boston: Marquell Harris. Blue Hills: Noel Francois. Cohasset: Jack Donohue, Bobby Driscoll, Alex Norton. Hull: Joe Dubovy, Alex Murphy. Mashpee: Nick Carpenter, Domenic Cassell, DeShaun Dias, Joey Spinola, Emmett Sweeney. Millis: Brian Espanet, Peter Fallon, Thomas O'Brien, Josh Pierre-Charles, Ryan Smith. St. John Paul II: Johnny Warden. South Shore Voc-Tech: Kyle Thompson. Upper Cape: Kyle Johnson.

League

Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Jack Fallon, Andrew Jamiel, Tavian Miranda. Falmouth: Nick Couhig, Leo DeOliviera, James Lavin, Zach Murphy. Marshfield: Freddy Allen, Sean Burger, Danny Dalton, Shane Leonard, Adam MacNamara, Jack Masterson, Kyle Meeken. Nauset: Sam McGough, James Tooker. Sandwich: Joey Boudrow, TJ Cairns, Ryan McNally.

Bay State — Braintree: Tyler Devane, Justin Dutcher, Danny Valicenti, Greg Wood. Brookline: Max Bochman, Ben Solomon. Dedham: Jack Burns, Ron Matthews, Jack Powers. Framingham: Tayeron Campbell, Marc Umumbu. Milton: Jack Clifford, Mike Fallon, Mack Feeney, Omar Fraser, Devon Nzepuome, Dave Perkins, Derek Perkins, Akeem Smith, Kendall Van Allen. Natick: Jared Abbruzzese, Frankie Alston, Sean Gallagher. Needham: Tom Baker, Sam Foley, Luke Geraghthy, Lucas Goldman, Joe Gowetski, Carter Hildreth, Ryan McCarthy, Luke Pascucci, Jared Sklar, Eric Zhao. Newton North: Bryce Adam, Jackson Eckenrode, Mike Gately, Jimmy Hodgson, Kevin Joyce, Thomas Joyce, Trevor Martinez-Tobin, Ben Murphy, Dave Salazar. Norwood: Steve Lussier, Joe Mazzota, Sean Mellen, Zac Pungitore, Bobby Shayka. Walpole: Ryan Betro, Nick Campobasso, Steve Cuqua, Mike Curran, Tim Hayes, Nathan Porack, Lovie Salvant, Dave White. Wellesley: Grant Chryssicas, Will Cramer, Samuel McGee, Jake Mohan, Griffin Morgan. Weymouth: Bobby Downing, Kevin Hachey, Jake Leeper, Matt Long, Kevin Lyons.

Big Three — Brockton: Dion Amado, Marcus Bullard, Tyreque Cabrera, Ryan Clifford, Ben Cowart, Zach Dinopoulos, Kingsley Ejiogu-Dike, Jean Gelin, Jason Jenkins, Luke Lewando, Olivio Lopes. Durfee: Elijah Brooks, Macklin Coronel, Sakai Howard, Kyle LePage, Colin Medeiros, Nick Salman, Jaren Vieira. New Bedford: Victor Carrion, Trevor Green, Matt Lopes, Louis Lopez, Tyshawn Monteiro, Jonathan Moraes, Manny Onouha, Andrew Rapoza, Carlos Ribeiro, Jordan Ross.

Boston City — Boston English: Brima Koroma, Jailyn Polanco, Stan Vargas. Brighton: Richard Marrero, Quincy Taylor, Troy Turner. Burke: Carlos Castillo, Raymond Little, Jordan Riggs. Charlestown: Rudd Dantes, Rene Laguerre, Vaughn Skinner III. Dorchester: Theo Campbell, Ki Harris, Stephen Jacques. East Boston: Terence Moore, Edwin Munguia, Nathan Rivera. Latin Academy: Eain Coakley, Edmund Mbugua, John Teehan. Madison Park: Stephon Anderson, Anthony Cannady. New Mission: Andrew Finklin, Jordan Myers, Marquis Roderique. O'Bryant: Ryan Kalayjian, Montel Philip, Kobe Smith. South Boston: Marquell Harris, Jahi James. West Roxbury: Nazjie Brothers.

Cape Ann — Amesbury: Ryan Foley, Sam Stockwood. Georgetown: Dan Lavelle, Jimmy Shermon. Hamilton-Wenham: Hunter Ascolillo, Cam Peach. Ipswich: Josh Brown, Tom Ginolfi, Jake Long. Lynnfield: Drew Balestrieri, Spencer Balian, Cam DeGeorge, C.J. Finn, Drew McCarthy. Manchester Essex: Chris Carr, Robbie Sarmanian. Masconomet: Scott Foden, Angus McNeil, Cam Vaillancourt. Newburyport: Quin Stott. North Reading: Matt McCarthy, John Merullo, Nic O'Connell, Bob O'Donnell. Pentucket: Kiernan Haley, Noah Malhi, Joe Raimondi, Liam Sheehy, Ben Thornton. Triton: Lewis L'Heureux, Alec Moffat, Mike Talbot.

Catholic Central — Archbishop Williams: Timmy Chase, Justin Chester, Casey Earle, Marcus McBean, Jake Meehan, Jack Rega. Arlington Catholic: Ahsani Graves-Cribbs, Christian Rosati, Jack Ryan. Austin Prep: Brendan Carpenter, Chris Gagnon, Matt Liberacki, Dan Monagle, Luke Wyman. Bishop Fenwick: Justice Andrade, Cory Bright, Dan Hannon, Alex Kaupp, R.J. Libby, Willie McGuinness, Cody Mullen, Colin Norton. Cardinal Spellman: Ryan Cavaunaugh, Jason Davern, Andrew Dudley, Ralph Grillone, Jake O'Kelly, Mike Reale, Cameron Sass, Alex Tynan. Cathedral: Manny Barboza, Daijon Beasley, Khalil Blair, Christopher Flores, Tharzan Laurore, Byron Martin, Jeddi Nyie, Max Rodriguez, Benjamin Walters, Leshawn Wideman. Lowell Catholic: Jackson Callahan, Jahvon Fox, Jeff Horton, Tyler Longo, Eric Ouellette, Jerome Seglah, Kennedy Waruhiu. Marian: Frank Damata, Christian Dardompre, Rob Iannarilli, Antoine Jackson, Ethan Smith. Matignon: Don-Alex Antoine, Andrew Cabuccio, Chris Elize, Mike Medina. St. Clement: Kenya Chambers, Larnel Coleman, Joseph Gonzalez, Mike Gonzalez, Ivan Mertilus, Fred Popkin, Jordan Reyes, Mike Thompson, Jazz Valez, Nelson Vega. St. John Paul II: Cole Campbell, Keith Campbell, Jake Catarius, Sean Cummings, Allen Fox, Devan Harrison, Ben Johnson, Tim Jordan, Johnny Warden. St. Mary's: Marcus Atkins, Brendan Donahue, Antonio Felix, Calvin Johnson, Liam Reddy, Joey Silvestri, Abraham Toe.

Catholic — BC High: James Hussey, Matt Johnson, Will Johnson, Phil Lynch, Isaiah Miranda, CJ Reilly, TJ Rothmann, Steve Timmins. Catholic Memorial: Curt Bletzer, Frank Cosolito, Jack McGowan, Jack McNeil, Jack O'Brien, Peter Scibilia. Malden Catholic: Anthony Borriello, Jeff Collignon, Kellen Field, James Irving, Anthony Scarpa, Ben Scarpa, Thomas Sullivan, Reise Turransky. St. John’s Prep: Hunter Brown, Jay Carnevale, Alex Cormier, Oliver Eberth, Sean Fallon, Jack Lambert, Joe Masterson, Dillon Preston, Hayden Rockett, Nathaniel Vance. Xaverian: Nick Allsop, John Dean, Dan Gioioso, Mekhi Henderson, Devon Piccinin, Elijah Pierre, Mike Pina, AJ Ryan, Peter Thorbahn, Coby Tippett.

Commonwealth — Chelsea: Petherson Graga, Denny Hernandez, Nick Ieng. Essex Tech: Griffin Anderson, Brent Campbell, Paul Lazzaro, Madison Murphy, Mike Nuernberg, Bryan Raustad, Pete Xerras. Gr. Lawrence: Edward Andrade, Edgardo Garcia, Jarred Garcia, Alex Gieng, Aaron Goulet, DeJour Hollins, Joshua Pastrana, Albert Villa. Greater Lowell: Parvel Auguste, Dylan Bogacz, Eli Bryant, Cedric Lawrence, Kyle Lima, Richard Lopez, Nick Rossetti. Lynn Tech: Jeison Batista, Steffan Gravely, Justin Lewis, Devin Phean, Javon Van. Minuteman: Agyei Alfred, Sean Kelly. Mystic Valley: Billy Callinan, Philip Guerrier, Sydney Guerrier, Jayden Jean, Kyle Larson-Santeusanio, James LoChirco, Jeremiah Timothee. Northeast: Jonathan Aoun, Ian Haley, Scott Peary, Mike Trifone. Shawsheen: Chris Ferrari, Dave Lindsey, Alex Regan, John Schiavo, Billy Tamboli, Alex Tate. Whittier: Brendan Farrell, Scitt Neenan, Conrad Ortega.

Dual County — Acton-Boxboro: Kyle Tobin. Bedford: Jake Eliason, Matt Timperio, Tristan Hart, Ben Stacey. Boston Latin: Danny Bohan, Andreas Kaplan, Marc Pierre, Justin Springgle. Concord-Carlisle: Patrick Crowley, Kejuan Farquharson, Andrew Gemelli, Jovan Grant, Austin Hoey, Jon Staisor, Ethan vander Wilden. Newton South: Frankie Barros, Austin Burton, Anthony DeNitto, Sasha Hoban, Jamyre Soberanis, Niko Ventouris. Waltham: Randy Alay. Wayland: Mike Connell, Jimmy Lampert, Josh Brito, Wesley Jones, Ben Jones, Liam Henning. Westford: Ben Cassidy, Connor Degenhardt, Nick Diamond, Cam Eldridge, Nicholas Fiorillo, Eric Jacobsen. Weston: Liam Wrean, Charlie Siegrist, Brendan McGinty, Aidan McGinty.

Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Matt Everton, Ben Goslin, Zack Goslin, CJ Herson, John Hunter, Mike Pisano, Connor Poirier. Bishop Stang: Jeff Chicca, Matt Doane, Sean Donovan, Matt Golden, Nick Landry, Lucas Payette, Malik Perry. Coyle & Cassidy: Alex Carney, Alex Grande, Connor Rodriguez. Martha’s Vineyard: Jacob Cardoza, Austin Chandler, Ben Clark, Lucas DeBettencourt. Somerset Berkley: Kyle Crombie, Zach Gordon, Nate Holt, Noah Julius.

Greater Boston — Everett: Luis Cardona, J.J. Colimon, Marvens Fedna, Derelle Felix, Robert Fialli, Duval Paul. Malden: Mack Brunot, Robert Collins, Danley Exilhomme, Djorggenson Exilhomme, Lincoln Ibanda, James Knox, Jared Martino, Josh Simon. Medford: Anthony Derienzo, Adam Ferragamo, Matt Sullivan. Somerville: Carls Alphonse, Justin Berry, Jiovanny Pierre.

Hockomock — Attleboro: Brian Letourneau, Kyle Murphy, Brendan Nunes, Alex Silva. Canton: Joe Bires, Woanyan Mahn, Jake Ragusa. Foxborough: Connor Downs, Ronnie Martin, Connor McNamara, Austin Ryan. Franklin: Luke Gordon. King Philip: James Cooke, Billy Dittrich. Mansfield: Hunter Ferreira, Connor Finerty, Joshua Schafer. Milford: Blake Hill, Zach Lanzetta. North Attleborough: Connor Flynn, Josh Morrison, Nick Morrison, Bobby Mylod, Chad Peterson. Oliver Ames: Connor Moroney. Sharon: Matt Cancian. Stoughton: Guy Eddy, Dan Foley, Jake Gibb, Matt Soto, Ryan Sullivan. Taunton: Carlos Borrero.

Mayflower — Bishop Connolly: Harold Beckford, Adam Dellicker, Jay McClure, Cameron Reis, Trevor Reis, Kevin Sullivan. Blue Hills: Austin Connelly, Noel Francois, Jake Hietala, Deshaun Smith, Darrius Williams. Bristol-Plymouth: Brice Blanchard, Mike Catania, Chad McGrath, Nathan Rodrick. Diman: Ashton Begin, Nathan Freitas, DJ Machado, Aaron Reed. Holbrook: Bobby Belezes, John Loughlin. Nantucket: Travis Demby, J.T Gamberoni, Norman Ramsey, Andrew Ray, Cory Ryder, Alex Small. Old Colony: Luke Cavallaro, Drew Maurer. Sacred Heart: Matt Finn. South Shore Voc-Tech: Richie Lobo, Kyle Thompson. Southeastern: Zachary Ararjo, Dylan Dukes, David Williams. Tri-County: Nick Laverdiere, Aaron MacLean. Upper Cape: James Abbe, Joe Fisher, Tyler Glover, Kyle Johnson, John Silvia. West Bridgewater: Patrick Cormier, Matt DeLuca, Jason Emmons, Luke Frankel, Joseph Perreira.

Merrimack Valley — Andover: Derek Dutton, Dan Gemmell, Arman Koul, EJ Perry, Andy Soucy. Billerica: Justin Beck, Dean Brooks, Jacob Carlson, Derek Laundry, Drew Laundry, Scott Murphy, Ryan Quinn, Jeff Trainor. Central Catholic: Omar Deschamps, Bret Edwards, Robert Fitzgerald, Connor Hagerty, Steven Jackson, Nick Janco, Michael Mercuri, John Nader. Chelmsford: George Cole, Shane Conti, Tyrone Phet. Dracut: Brandon Ouellette. Haverhill: Luc Chretien, Josh Gendron, J.C. Lavguere, Jason Tufts. Lawrence: Mike Caban, David Morales. Lowell: Keith Lynch, A.J. Pagan, Matt Smith. Methuen: Saul Cabrera, Kendrick Denose, Brian McAndrew, Liam McDonnell, Chris Saba. North Andover: Luke Caporale, Jukka Morales, Joe Samuelman, Will Testa. Tewksbury: Steve Bonugli, Troy Carey, Broc Dokos, Adam Gajjaoui, Brett Morris, Ryan Morris.

Middlesex — Arlington: Alec Coleman, Clark Ewen. Belmont: Mekhai Johnson. Burlington: Chenet Guerrier, Shane O'Halloran. Melrose: Julian Nyland, Dan Oulette, Mike Pedrini. Reading: Joe Bradley, D'Aundray Burcy, Will Connery, Eric D'Agostino, Corey DiLoreto, Carl Gillies, Jake Malinski, Chris Merullo, Ryan Millerick, Cole Murphy, John O'Brien, Sam Turecamo, Sean Valente, Tom White. Stoneham: Evan Taylor. Wakefield: Tighe Beck. Woburn: Brandon Moscat.

Northeastern — Beverly: Matt Madden. Danvers: Marco LaGambina, Danny Lynch, Mike Nestor. Gloucester: Jacob Emerson, John Philpott, Christian Sanfilippo. Marblehead: Garret Keough, Manning Sears. Peabody: Frank Falco, Doug Santos. Revere: Daniel Murphy, Steven Noel, Victor Rivera.

Old Colony — Barnstable: Nate Balthazard, Ryan Dauphinais, Crawford McCabe, Chris Weber. Bridgewater-Raynham: Steve D'Emilia, Kyle Johnston, Cade McNaughton, Shawn Noel, Matt Reagan, Aidan Riley, Bryce Shaw, Justin Smith, Logan Stickney, Jensen Vallarelli. Dartmouth: Matt Craig, Nate DeMello, Luke Espindola, Chris Martin, Colin McCabe, Sean Smialek, Jack Sullivan, Alex Tisdelle.

Patriot — Duxbury: Ryan Duty, Nick Gearin, Hugh Grey, Bobby Maimaron, Ryan Reagan, Will Scott. Hanover: Jesse Bean, Colin Boutin, Joe Byrne, Patrick Flynn, Dimitry LaForest, Tom Merritt. Hingham: Ryan Finney, Kevin Shoyer. Middleborough: Brendan Chipman, Eddy Hart, Joe Sclafani. North Quincy: Aidan Brown. Pembroke: Brian Burns. Plymouth North: Jake Burkhead, Justin Cabral, Cam Drew, Spencer Potter, Myles Uva. Plymouth South: Dylan Anti, Devin Leahy, Andrew Shortall. Quincy: Jahvae Handsom-Fields, Mike Munroe. Scituate: Mark Gentile, Charlie Malone, Colin May, Jake O'Donoghue, Connor Tobin. Silver Lake: Matt Haite. Whitman-Hanson: Matt Evans, Nate Perkins, Nick Smith, Liam Sweeney.

South Coast — Apponequet: Elvis Choate, Brendan Cooney, Chad Gaucher, Wes Pinto. Bourne: Tyler Griffin. Case: Brendan Costa, Aidan Silva. Dighton-Rehoboth: Matt Goss, Mitch Green, Chris Joachim, Cam Reed, Jake Salera. Fairhaven: John Bulgar, Tyler Mello. Greater New Bedford: Alex Dixon, Donovan Hilton, Jared Methia. Old Rochester: Grant Reuter, Harrison Smith. Seekonk: Abe Masse, Brendan Smith. Wareham: Josh Onujiogu.

South Shore — Abington: Shawn Donovan, Dave Lyons, Josh Martin, Nate Riordan. Carver: Zach Burt, Matt Cotter, Chris Willis, Shawn Willis. Cohasset: Jack Donohue, Bobby Driscoll, Max Fitzgerald, Sean Mavilia, Alex Norton, Chris Norton, Jack Osten. East Bridgewater: Nick Bainter, Mike Chaupetta, Ryan Graham, Mike Khoury, Erik Marchant, Jake Peterson, Jared Vargus. Hull: Fern Barry, Joe Dubovy, Alex Murphy. Mashpee: Nick Carpenter, Domenic Cassell, DeShaun Dias, Joey Spinola, Emmett Sweeney, Andrew Vinitsky. Monomoy: Drew Senatore. Norwell: Brady Bailey, Christian Mudge, Mark Sigwart. Randolph: Maurice Ashley, Darius Banks, Jayquan Heyward, Fabian Thames. Rockland: Matt Dunn, Stephen Norris, Ryan Shea.

Tri-Valley — Ashland: Max Feinberg, Colin Hanrahan, Joe Kerkach, Michael McGoff, Mitch Porter, Spencer Rabidou, Shamus Reardon, Joe Schelling. Bellingham: Zack Dulac, Stephen Hill, Zach Levy. Dover-Sherborn: Matt Ambrosino, Ben Ebbs, Eric Levine, Will Little, Peter Michalowski, Brandon Miner. Holliston: Sam Athy, Jack Barrett, Grant Buchanan, Tucker Ciarcello, Justin Keast, Ian McCarthy, Matt McIsaac, Mark Mulvaney, Zach Schneeloch, Brady Wells. Hopkinton: Jack Guelfi, Sam Lehman, Nick Poillucci, Josh Sokol, Jack Vaccari. Medfield: Greg Robinson, Tim Warren, John Williams. Medway: Jeff Costello, Dylan Ehrmanntraut, Cam MacDougall. Millis: Brian Espanet, Peter Fallon, Artis London, Thomas O'Brien, Josh Pierre-Charles, Ryan Smith. Norton: Justin Ireland, Luke Kane, Mike Sheehan, John Weeks. Westwood: Jake Antonucci, Brendan Delaney, Jim Fallon, Noah Henderson, Connor McCaul, Ryan McDonald, Brendan Patterson.

NEPSAC

Class A — Avon Old Farms: Tucker Spears. Berkshire: Charlie Erdmann, Sam Langan, Tamerick Simpson. Brunswick: Patrick Adamo, Jourdan Delerme-Brown, John Fox, Nicky Henkel. Choate: Tyler Burns, Abu Daramy, Anthony Solano. Cushing: Samir Bullock. Deerfield: Peter Fish, Emerson Logie. Hotchkiss: Tylor Scales. Kent: Deshawn Stevens. Loomis Chaffee: Erik Kromer. Phillips Andover: Ben Anthony. Phillips Exeter: Jeff MacArthur. Salisbury (Conn.): Jesse Connors, Tyler Cook, Jake Hescock, Kyle Tuttle. Taft: Alex Salytchev. Trinity-Pawling: Khaleed Exum-Strong, Patrick Marks. Westminster: Isaiah Green, Chaz Ruffin. Worcester Academy: Mike Ryan, Bryce Santos.

Lineman of the Year: Jake Hescock, Salisbury.

Class B — Belmont Hill: David Perdoni. BB&N: James O'Regan. Canterbury: Jake Gigliotti. Cheshire Academy: Tarik Black, CJ Holmes. Governor’s Academy: Brian Fraga, Jacob Palmer. Gunnery: Brett Dooley. Lawrence Academy: Jake Cassidy, Finn Dristine, Doug Rodier. Milton Academy: Quintin McDermott, Freddie Okito, Allan Rappleyea, Mike Silva. Nobles: Franklin Holgate, Martin Williams. St. Sebastian's: Mike Calabro, Tom Seidl Jr.. St. Thomas More: Leo Clinton Jr.. Suffield: Keith Coleman, Sean Pahls, Jimmy Turner. Tabor: Matt Duffie. Wilbraham & Monson: Jaelon Blandburg, Alexander Claudio. Williston Northampton: Michael Dereus, Zach Rouleau.

Co-Lineman of the Year: Chaz Ruffin, Westminter; Allan Rappleyea, Milton Academy.

Class C — Brooks: Patrick Freiermuth, Owen Rosenberger. Dexter: Tyrell Wiggins. Forman: Collin Barrett. Groton: John Beatty. Hamden Hall Country Day: Corey Millhouse, Matt Murchison, Kyle Smith. Harvey (N.Y.): Theodore Little. Hebron (Maine): Connor Butler, Marquise Scott. Holderness: Emmanuel Dorvil. Hopkins (Conn.): Dave Barber. Hyde (Conn.): Jordan Burney. Kents Hill: Luke Arsenault. KLHT: Evan Henry. Kingswood-Oxford: Jacob Hallenbeck, Kody Quansah, Isaiah Wright. Middlesex: Austin Dorsey. New Hampton: Teddy Beaudet, Christian Everett, Chuk Ezeli, Ethan Stewart. Pingree: Justin Assad, Griffin Beal, Nino Leone. Pomfret: Papa Sekyere. Portsmouth Abbey: Kevin Ellicks, Chris Weiss. Proctor: Chris Agyemang, Alexander Marshall. Rivers: Hans Gabriel. Roxbury Latin: Sean Godin, Andrew Joyce. Rye Country Day: Evander Jackson, Ryan Wolitzer. St. George's: Kody Greenhalgh, C.J. Holcombe, Dave LaMountain, Isaac McCray. St. Luke's: Justin Brown, Jacob Morgenstern. St. Mark's: Ethan Grenier. St. Paul's: Nolan Bedard, Jack Purcell. Thayer: Patrick Lawler. Tilton: Devyn Perkins, AJ Rattee.

Lineman of the Year: Nino Leone, Pingree.

Evergreen

Dexter: Richard Reid, Tyrell Wiggins. Hebron (Maine): Ryan Boucher, Connor Butler, Ron Miller, Marquise Scott, Mike Tuzzo. Holderness: Emmanuel Dorvil, Brendan Johnson. Hyde (Conn.): Wesley Docsol, Reese Norton, Omri West. Hyde (Maine): Shemar Jack, Devon Stanford. Kents Hill: Luke Arsenault, Trevor Guity. New Hampton: Teddy Beaudet, Christian Everett, Chuk Ezeli, Ian Gobbi, Ethan Stewart. Pingree: Justin Assad, Griffin Beal, Nino Leone, Danya Smith. Portsmouth Abbey: Bailey Carter, Kevin Ellicks, Seamus O'Connor, Chris Weiss. Proctor: Chris Agyemang, Henry Johnstone, Alexander Marshall, Tristan Moulton. Tilton: Josh Jones, Rob Maracayo, Devyn Perkins, AJ Rattee.

ISL

Belmont Hill: Jackson Bobo, David Perdoni. Brooks: Patrick Freiermuth, Will Gibeley, Jalen Martinez, Owen Rosenberger. BB&N: Adam Buchanan, Jeff Costello, Graeme Davis, James O'Regan, Jay Symonds. Governor’s Academy: Zach Coffey, Ryan Day, Brian Fraga, Seth Harrell, Cameron Macri, Jacob Palmer. Groton: Malcolm Akinje, John Beatty. Lawrence Academy: Jake Byczko, Jake Cassidy, Sherron Dailey-Harris, AJ Dillon, Eddy Fish, Demitri Jackson, Doug Rodier. Middlesex: Austin Dorsey. Milton Academy: Matt Deacon, Quintin McDermott, Freddie Okito, Min Park, Michael Silva, Christian Williams. Nobles: Ryan Duffey, Franklin Holgate, Cole Tognarelli, Martin Williams. Rivers: Hans Gabriel, Azar Swain. Roxbury Latin: Will Finigan, Sean Godin, Andrew Joyce, Parker Kent, Joe Lomuscio, Chris Rota. St. George's: Omari Davis, Connor Fitzgerald, Kody Greenhalgh, C.J. Holcombe, Dave LaMountain, Isaac McCray, Henry Savage. St. Mark's: Nick Murray, Cooper Serafin, Jammil Telfort. St. Paul's: Nolan Bedard, Pat Prendergast, Jack Purcell. St. Sebastian's: Mike Calabro, Blake Gallagher, Jack McLaughlin, Austin O'Shea, Tom Seidl Jr. Thayer: Patrick Lawler, Jamari Venter.

How we picked the team

The All-Scholastic football team was selected by the school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass leagues. The NEPSAC Class A-B-C Players of the Year are selected by a committee of NEPSAC coaches. Text by Eric Russo, Emily McCarthy, Michael McCarthy, Brandan Blom, Richard Morin, Lenny Rowe, and Bob Holmes.

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