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Catholic Memorial’s Guilien Smith and Cambridge’s Isaiah McLeod were both named Players of the Year.
Catholic Memorial’s Guilien Smith and Cambridge’s Isaiah McLeod were both named Players of the Year.Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe/Globe Freelance

Super Team

Ryan Boulter, Mansfield

One of the top scorers in the state, Boulter led the Hornets to the Division 1 South title game. The senior averaged 22.6 points per game on 50 percent shooting, 44 percent from 3-point land and 83.7 percent from the line.

Devan Harris, Danvers

The 6-foot-4-inch senior power forward was the focal point of the Falcons’ offense, leading Danvers to a perfect 27-0 season and the Division 2 state championship. Harris averaged 19.9 points and 10.3 rebounds per game.

Isaiah McLeod, Cambridge

The senior guard finished his career earning Dual County League MVP honors and leading the Falcons to the Division 1 North championship. McLeod was the top scorer in the state, posting 27.5 points per game.


Tommy Mobley, Newton North

Mobley finished his career as the second-leading scorer in school history with 1,600 points and the record for career 3-pointers. His 42 points against Needham was the highest single scoring game in Newton North history.

Guilien Smith, Catholic Memorial

The Gatorade Massachusetts Player of the Year, Smith led the Knights to the Division 1 state championship. The senior guard averaged 19.4 points, 8.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists. He will play basketball at Dartmouth.


Wabissa Bede, North Andover, junior

The Merrimack Valley MVP averaged 26.3 points, 11.5 rebounds and 6.3 assists per game. The 6-foot junior point guard also averaged 3.2 steals and 1.2 blocks per contest. He scored a career-high 47 points against Haverhill.

Connor Bennett, Wilmington, senior

The 6-foot-10-inch center averaged 24 points, 18 rebounds and 9 blocks per game. The Middlesex League Freedom Division MVP tied the school record for points in a game (39) and owns the single-game record for rebounds (26).

Jack Buckley, Hanover, senior

Buckley carried the Indians to the Division 3 South quarterfinals. The Patriot League MVP averaged 25.4 points, 15 rebounds, and 3 blocked shots per game. The 6-foot-5-inch swingman finished his career with over 1,000 points.


Kellan Grady, Catholic Memorial, junior

The Catholic Conference All-Star averaged 18.2 points, 5.1 assists, and 4.8 rebounds, helping the Knights to the Division 1 state championship. Grady scored a team-high 27 points on five 3-pointers in state title game.

Michael Grassey, Winchester, senior

The Middlesex League Liberty Division MVP averaged 24.8 points, 14.1 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game. Grassey finished his Sachems career with 1,103 points and 643 rebounds. He will play basketball at Hamilton College.

Eric McCord, Westford, senior

McCord averaged 14.1 points, 10.5 rebounds, 2.6 assists, and 2.1 blocks per game, helping the Grey Ghosts (22-3) take the Division 1 Central championship. McCord, a 6-foot-7-inch senior center, play basketball at Middlebury College.

Frank Oftring, Bishop Feehan, senior

The 6-foot-5-inch senior forward led the Shamrocks to the Division 2 South sectional championship and an appearance in the state semifinals at TD Garden. Oftring averaged 19.7 points and 10 rebounds per game.

Miles Robinson, Arlington, senior

The Middlesex Liberty MVP helped the Spy Ponders (22-2) win the Division 2 North title game. Robinson averaged 20.2 points, 12.1 rebounds, 5.7 assists, 2.9 steals and 1.8 blocks per game. He will play soccer at Syracuse.

Tyree Robinson, Durfee, senior

Robinson averaged 25.5 points, 14 rebounds, 6 blocks, and 2 steals per game. He scored a career-high 47 points against St. John’s (S) and had five games of at least 32 points. In 2014, he led Durfee to its first Big 3 title since 1991.


Marcus Zegarowski, Hamilton-Wenham, sophomore

The younger half-brother of Milwaukee Bucks point guard Michael Carter-Williams, Zegarowski led the Generals to an undefeated season (25-0) and the Division 4 state championship as a sophomore.

Coaches of the Year

Denis Tobin

Division 1: Catholic Memorial

In his 14th year at the helm of the Knights program, Tobin guided Catholic Memorial to the Division 1 state championship. CM’s title capped off a 24-2 campaign that included a Catholic Conference championship.

John Walsh

Division 2: Danvers

In his fifth season leading the Falcons, Walsh has already established a dynasty. He’s guided Danvers to state championships in three of the last four seasons, the most recent coming this year in Division 2 to cap a 27-0 campaign.

Steve Carvalho

Division 3: Old Rochester

A 1981 graduate of Old Rochester, Carvalho guided his alma mater to the Division 3 state championship. In Carvalho’s 21st season coaching basketball, the Bulldogs were 16-0 in the South Coast Conference with a 23-3 overall record.

Doug Hoak

Division 4: Hamilton-Wenham

A 1971 graduate of Hamilton-Wenham, Hoak coached the Generals to a Division 4 state championship and a 25-0 season this winter. Hoak has 36 years of coaching experience under his belt and has also coached baseball for 30 years.