Spring produced so many sweet memories. Here are 10 stories that stood out.
Maddy Barone, Patricia Newhard, and Autumn Kligerman were named Players of the Year.
Westwood’s Brooke Troy and Norwell’s Stephanie Croke were named Players of the Year.
Two Lincoln-Sudbury players were named Co-Players of the Year for Division 1.
Cambridge’s Brianna Duncan was named the Athlete of the Year.
Andover’s Sean Caveney was named Athlete of the Year.
Cathy Ellis, Barbara Horne, and Nina Bramhall eached Coaches of the Year honors.
Michael Sarney, Shawn Powers, and John Geilfuss were named Coaches of the Year.
Needham’s Alex Raskind led his team to a state title and earned Player of the Year honors along the way.
Barnstable and Notre Dame (Hingham) dot this year’s list.
See the athletes and coaches chosen for this spring’s Preps All-Scholastic team.
The Wamps, who were trounced, 20-4, by St. John’s Prep just 24 hours earlier, won the Division 1A title.
Silver Lake was never able to get going offensively against one of the best pitchers in the state, Erin Gallo.
In rookie seasons, Oliver Ames and Walpole High graduates earn spots on all-star team, stoking dreams of playing pro ball
Training with US national men’s saber coach Zoran Tulum in Natick, Eli Dershwitz aiming for one of two open spots.
The hard-throwing southpaw reliever has been impressive out of the pen for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox.