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Braintree captured this year’s Super 8 baseball title over St. John’s Prep.

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2015 Baseball All-Scholastics

State champion Braintree locked up Player and Coach of the Year honors.

// 2015 Softball All-Scholastics

Maddy Barone, Patricia Newhard, and Autumn Kligerman were named Players of the Year.

// 2015 Girls’ Lacrosse All-Scholastics

Westwood’s Brooke Troy and Norwell’s Stephanie Croke were named Players of the Year.

// 2015 Boys’ Lacrosse All-Scholastics

Two Lincoln-Sudbury players were named Co-Players of the Year for Division 1.

// 2015 Girls’ Track All-Scholastics

Cambridge’s Brianna Duncan was named the Athlete of the Year.

// 2015 Boys’ Track All-Scholastics

Andover’s Sean Caveney was named Athlete of the Year.

// 2015 Girls’ Tennis All-Scholastics

Cathy Ellis, Barbara Horne, and Nina Bramhall eached Coaches of the Year honors.

// 2015 Boys’ Tennis All-Scholastics

Michael Sarney, Shawn Powers, and John Geilfuss were named Coaches of the Year.

// 2015 Boys’ Volleyball All-Scholastics

Needham’s Alex Raskind led his team to a state title and earned Player of the Year honors along the way.

// 2015 Girls’ Golf All-Scholastics

Barnstable and Notre Dame (Hingham) dot this year’s list.

2015 Preps All-Scholastics

See the athletes and coaches chosen for this spring’s Preps All-Scholastic team.