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2016 Preps All-Scholastics

Lexington Christian’s Samantha Gibson and Roxbury Latin’s William Weitzel were among those honored.

Kelvin Rivera finished as a two-time All-Scholastic and Bay State All-Star.

2016 Boys’ Volleyball All-Scholastics

Framingham’s Kelvin Rivera earned Player of the Year honors.

May 9, 2016 - Izzy Essi (cq) of Wayland warms up during the school's tennis match against Boston Latin at Wayland High School in Wayland, Mass. Photo Credit: Justin Saglio. Section: Sports. Slug: 15wetennis(2) Reporter: Craig Larson.

2016 Girls’ Tennis All-Scholastics

Izzy Essi and Ashley Avery were among this spring’s honorees.

Ethan Zou (above) and Charles Wang helped Lexington to the state final.

2016 Boys’ Tennis All-Scholastics

Ethan Zou and Charles Wang were among the athletes honored this spring.

Monomoy's Jen Keim hits the ball up the second fairway in the MIAA girls' South Sectional golf tournament at the Brookside Country Club in Bourne, Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Gretchen Ertl for The Boston Globe

2016 Girls’ Golf All-Scholastics

Monomoy’s Jen Keim is the Player of the Year.

Lincoln-Sudbury defeated BC High to win the Division 1 lacrosse title.

2016 Boys’ Lacrosse All-Scholastics

Connor McCarthy, Matt Treiber, and Bailey Laidman earned Player of the Year honors.

Norwell defeated Walpole to win its second straight state title this season.

2016 Girls’ Lacrosse All-Scholastics

Charlotte Allard and Stephanie Croke earned Player of the Year honors.

Lexington senior Zachary Manickas-Hill (R) attempts to pass Cambride Rindge & Latin senior Esu Alemseged in the final leg of the boy's one mile race at the MIAA All State Track & Field Championship at Gerry Gravel Track at Westfield State University in Westfield, Massachusetts on June 4, 2016. Alemseged kept his lead to win the race. Matthew Healey for The Boston Globe (SPORTS - EDITOR: Bob Holmes)

2016 Boys’ Track and Field All-Scholastics

William McManus and Esu Alemseged were among the athletes honored this year.

Boston, MA - 2/28/2016 - Norton's Brooke-Lynn Williams passes Cambridge's Brianna Duncan in the girl's 55 meter dash during the 2016 New England High School Track and Field Championships in Boston, MA, February 28, 2016. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)

2016 Girls’ Track and Field All-Scholastics

Norton’s Brooke-Lynn Williams is the Athlete of the Year.

Kali Magane and King Philip beat Doherty to win the Division 1 state crown.

2016 Softball All-Scholastics

Maddy Barone, Adrianna Favearu, and Logan MacDonald are the Players of the Year.

St. John Paul II coach Mark Santos gets water poured over him after defeating Oxford on Saturday June 18, 2016 to take home the Division 4 championship title. Mark Lorenz for The Boston Globe

2016 Baseball All-Scholastics

Blake DeCarr, Anthony Videtto, Andrew Olszak, Sam Henrie, and Joe Oriola were named Players of the Year.

Cambridge's Brianna Duncan (center) has won nine individual All-State titles and has never placed worse than second at a divisional or All-State meet.

10 moments to remember from high school sports this spring

In no particular order, here are 10 stories that stood out.

26wenoteworthy - Worcester State athlete Francesca Casasanta (Worcester State University)

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

A bronze medalist for the synchronized skating Lexettes, Lexington’s Katie Melsky received an Athlete Ambassador Award from US Figure Skating

26sonoteworthy- Plymouth North football player Justin Cabral. (Family handout)

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeSouth: Noteworthy performances

Thayer Academy rising senior Emma Fitzgerald won the heptathlon at the New Balance National Outdoor championships.

26socatch- Walpole High girls' softball coach Rachel Sprague. (Christine Cochrane)

CATCHING UP WITH ...

Drilled for success, Walpole softball coach focuses on the basics

Rachel Sprague takes lessons learned at Duxbury High and Bridgewater State to the Rebel diamond.

Boston Globe all-scholastic, Erick Duffy, track, North Andover High School. Mark Lorenz for The Boston Globe

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeNorth: Noteworthy performances

North Andover High junior Erick Duffy soared to a sixth-place finish in the pole vault at the New Balance Outdoor National Track & Field meet.

26nocollege- Hulerie McGuffie. (UMass Boston)

CAMPUS ANGLE Q&A

In final race as a collegian, Lynn Classical grad sprints to NCAA title

A nine-time All-American at UMass Boston, Hulerie McGuffie registered second-fastest 400-meter clocking in Division 3.

26nofinal - Austin Prep softball players Caroline (left) and Lauren Sabone (Al Sabone)

STATE FINALS

Eighth-grader emerged as an unsung hero in Austin Prep’s run to softball final

First-year starter Lauren Sablone was one of a number of young players that helped fuel their teams’ MIAA tourney runs

Baseball All-Star Game

North topples South in MBCA Senior All-Star Game

Lincoln-Sudbury’s Scott Holzwasser went 2 for 4 and was named the game’s MVP.

Mr. Perlmutter was president of an investment firm, Pondview Capital.

Frank Perlmutter, 57; huge backer of Dover-Sherborn H.S. sports

Mr. Perlmutter, who also founded the Dover-Sherborn Boosters Triathlon, was the president of an investment banking firm.

Braintree players celebrated their second straight MIAA Super 8 baseball title.

Super 8 baseball championship

Braintree overtakes St. John’s Prep for Super 8 title

Sophomore Alex Kennedy drove in the winning run in the ninth inning as Braintree won, 3-2.

Richard Phelps (center), Joe Sullivan (back left), and the 2015-16 Globe Scholar-Athletes.

Globe honors best at Phelps Scholar-Athlete ceremony

Along with 14 scholarship recipients, four others were named athlete of the year.

John MacLean scored four goals as Medfield captured another title.

MEDFIELD 13, HINGHAM 9

Medfield High boys make it a three-peat in Division 2 lacrosse

John MacLean scored four times to lift the Warriors (18-5) past Hingham.

KING PHILIP 5, DOHERTY 0

Kali Magane, King Philip in command for Division 1 softball crown

The senior righthander delivered a two-hit, 13-strikeout performance against Doherty.

Josh Pierre-Charles of Millis High School scored twice in the second half.

38TH SHRINERS ALL-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC

Josh Pierre-Charles propels South past North, 30-20

The Millis High product scored a pair of second-half touchdowns to lead the South team to victory.

WEST SPRINGFIELD 2, LINCOLN-SUDBURY 1

West Springfield edges Lincoln-Sudbury for Division 1 baseball state championship

The Terriers’ Nick Domkowski went the distance and Zach Culver had a go-ahead RBI single in the seventh.

DOVER-SHERBORN 16, GRAFTON 5

Dover-Sherborn boys defend their Division 3 lacrosse crown

Sophomore attack Peter Davies powered the 21-2 Raiders with five goals.

MIAA INDIVIDUAL TENNIS

Westborough junior Sumukh Pathi repeats as boys’ state champion

Martha’s Vineyard’s Elizabeth Williamson and Victoria Scott took the girls’ doubles title.

North Reading’s Shawn DiVecchia awaits the throw while Christopher Werner slides into second.

Groton-Dunstable 5, North Reading 4

Groton-Dunstable wins Division 3 baseball title to finish season undefeated

A five-run inning helped lift the Crusaders (23-0) to a come-from-behind victory over North Reading.

St. John Paul II baseball, Westwood lacrosse among champs as schools season wraps

Catch up on which teams took home state titles Saturday.

HAMPSHIRE 3, TEWKSBURY 2

Hampshire Regional rallies to capture Division 2 softball title

Tewksbury lost its 1-0 lead in the sixth, and Hampshire walked off in the eighth.

Norwell’s Riley Bergholtz (11), hounded by Sophia Giovaniello of Walpole, scored six of the Clippers’ 12 goals.

NORWELL 12, WALPOLE 11

Norwell holds off Walpole to win second straight Division 2 girls’ lacrosse title

Norwell goalie Chase Henriquez made a save as time expired to stave off a late comeback effort from Walpole.

WESTWOOD 13, NORTH ANDOVER 7

Westwood rolls North Andover to capture Division 1 girls’ lacrosse title

Andrea Meincke, Jillian Reilly, and Haley Connaughton led Westwood.

As Mike Haggan guarded the net, Lincoln-Sudbury’s Eric Holden (45) took a whack from BC High’s Matt Haggerty.

Lincoln-Sudbury 10, BC HIGH 8

Lincoln-Sudbury repeats as Division 1 boys’ lacrosse champs

Harlan Smart had a goal and five assists as L-S finished the year 18-2.

Coach Mark Santos was doused following the win over Oxford.

ST. JOHN PAUL II 8, OXFORD 7

St. John Paul II tops Oxford to claim third straight Division 4 baseball title

Senior righty Joe Oriola got the win to finish his season unbeaten.

Austin Prep’s Liana Tamagna held up the ball after tagging out Alexis Lacey of Turners Falls in the Division 3 state final.

TURNERS FALL 2, AUSTIN PREP 0

Turners Falls shuts out Austin Prep in Division 3 softball final

Senior Mackenzie Phillips tossed a three-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts as Turners Falls clinched back-to-back state titles.

Foxborough, MA - 12/05/15 - (2nd half) Xaverian wr, cb Coby Tippett (20) was walking on air as he crosses into the end zone for a second half touchdown. D1 Super Bowl: Central Catholic vs. Xaverian. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Bob Holmes, Topic: 06Super Bowls, LOID: 8.2.665237068.

38TH SHRINERS ALL-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC | SATURDAY ( 4 p.m.), CAWLEY STADIUM

A North/South clash in 38th Shriners All-Star Football Classic in Lowell

Ken LaChapelle (Northbridge) and Adam Gagne (Westford) will direct the two squads.

8.2.3334627362_Sports_17super8 St. John's Prep's Frank DiOrio (12) touches helmet with Sean McGinnis (20) after DiOrio hit a two run homer against Braintree during the Super8 baseball game at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton, Mass., Thursday, June 16, 2016. (Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe)

SUPER 8 BASEBALL | ST. JOHN’S PREP 11, BRAINTREE 2

St. John’s Prep forces deciding game for Super 8 title

The Eagles’ 11-2 win means the Prep and Braintree will reconvene Sunday in Brockton to settle things.

MIAA STATE TENNIS FINALS

Westborough boys rally past Lexington for Division 1 crown

Ayman Khan nets clinching win at third singles for first title since 1991; Whitinsville Christian denied Dover-Sherborn

8.2.3301675812_Sports_19wediamon(2) The three Milford Legion players with a year of college under their belts are Kevin Valentine (3), Matt Decina (4), and Jeff Besozzi (18) pose before the American Legion baseball game between Milford and Shrewsbury in Milford, Mass., Tuesday, June 14, 2016. (Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe)

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

He’s right at home at Fino, and final Legion season

Milford Post 59 catcher Jeff Besozzi and other college freshmen are eager to get back on the field this summer.

Hanover 06/13/2016 : During the Brockton Post #35 vs Hanover Post #149 baseball game at Hanover High school, Brockton's Nolan Grueter puts on his helmet as he waits on deck to hit. Photo by Debee Tlumacki for the Boston Globe (regional)

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

Back for one final pitch for Brockton Post 35

Nolan Grueter and a number of college freshmen add value, experience in final Legion season.

19wecatch- Former Wayland High/UConn track star Jessi Foreman. (UConn)

CATCHING UP WITH ...

From Wayland High to UConn, Jessi Foreman was on fast track to stardom

A 12-season starter in high school and two-time state sprint champion, she is planning her own September wedding.

06/13/16: North Andover, MA: Beverly-Salem's Nick Cotraro is out at the plate, North Andover catcher Pat Agri makes the tag. Beverly-Salem visited North Andover in an American Legion baseball game played at North Andover High School. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis) section:nowk topic:19nodiamon(2)

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

Legion baseball teams trying to survive the numbers’ game

North Andover won its first two games with a 10-players roster; Beverly and Salem now team as one program.

June 13, 2016 | Wellesley, MA Knights goalie, Lauren Hiller during the Franklin vs. North Andover game in the Division 1 girls' lacrosse state semifinals at Babson College.

Schedule set for spring high school state championship games

Thirteen titles are up for grabs in baseball, softball, and lacrosse as the schools season wraps up.

Framingham senior Kelvin Rivera (11) hits the ball towards Needham sophomore Elijah Wallace (23) senior Brendan Lombardi (30) and senior Trevor Schofield in the MIAA Boys Volleyball State Finals at Concord Carlisle High School on June 15, 2016. Framingham defeated Needham in three matches. Matthew Healey for The Boston Globe (SPORTS - Assigned by: John Blanding)

Wednesday’s school roundup: Framingham volleyball dispatches Needham

Kelvin Rivera capped off the deciding third set with eight kills that kept the Rockets out of reach.

Dighton-Rehoboth's Jake Salera snags this line drive in Division 2 baseball state championship game against Danvers. Mark Lorenz for The Boston Globe

Wednesday’s baseball roundup: Dighton-Rehoboth claims first state title

D-R beat Danvers, 1-0, on sophomore Steve Silvia’s based-loaded suicide squeeze in the bottom of the eighth.