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    2013 Boys’ Soccer All-Scholastics

     Somerville’s Thayrone Miranda (10) led his team to the Division 1 state title game.
    Jon Mahoney for The Boston Globe
    Somerville’s Thayrone Miranda (10) led his team to the Division 1 state title game.

    Athletes of the Year

    Thayrone Miranda

    Division 1: Somerville

    The All-New England forward leaves the Highlanders with plenty of good memories despite a loss in the Division 1 state final. Miranda scored 20 goals and added 14 assists despite not being 100 percent after undergoing preseason knee surgery.

    Michael Skarbelis

    Division 2: North Andover

    Skarbelis scored 41 goals and had 11 assists for the Knights (21-1), who advanced to the Division 2 North final. The senior departs as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 70 goals, shattering the program’s old mark (58).

    Justin Kaplan

    Division 3: Medway

    Kaplan was Medway’s main scoring threat this season, finishing with 16 goals and 12 assists and helping the Mustangs advance to the Division 3 state final. Kaplan, who is also a captain on the basketball team, finished his soccer career with 43 goals.

    Kieran Kelleher

    Division 4: Sacred Heart


    Kelleher had 36 goals and 21 assists, helping the Saints earn a trip to the South Sectional final. An All-State team selection, he also was named an Eastern Mass. All-Star. Kelleher finished his career with 75 goals and 50 assists.


    Paul Beatty

    Silver Lake, senior

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    Beatty’s prolific scoring guided the Lakers (21-1-1) to the Division 1 EMass final. He finished the season with a school-record 37 goals and ended his career as the Lakers’ second-leading scorer all-time.

    John Buckley

    Cohasset, senior

    Buckley scored 17 goals and had 12 assists as Cohasset went to its first Division 4 state final. Buckley finishes as a three-time South Shore League All-Star, two-time Eastern Mass. All-Star, and member of the All-State team.

    Silmar Bueno III

    Beaver Country Day, senior

    Bueno had 21 goals and 9 assists, all league-bests, in 14 games this season and was the EIL MVP as Beaver Country Day earned its second straight EIL championship. A two-year captain, Bueno finished with 70 goals and 40 assists.

    Adrian Colmenares Colantuoni

    Lawrence Academy, senior

    Colemenares Colantuoni, a captain, was named the ISL Defensive Player of the Year as he helped Lawrence Academy to the ISL title with a 12-0-3 mark in league play. He also scored four goals and chipped in three assists.

    Reed Crowley

    West Bridgewater, senior


    Crowley scored 38 goals and was named to the All-State team. The four-time Mayflower League All-Star scored a career-record 108 goals at West Bridgewater. Crowley played much of his career as a left wing before moving to forward this season.

    Trevor Davock

    Rivers, junior

    Davock was the ISL Offensive Player of the Year after a stellar junior season in which he tallied 31 goals and five assists. An All-American and the school record-holder in goals and points, he is receiving interest from Division 1 colleges.

    Chris Doire

    Xaverian, senior

    Doire led the Catholic Conference in scoring his senior season, finishing with 17 goals and 11 assists. His showing earned him conference MVP honors and he was also named All-New England, All-State, and an Eastern Mass. All-Star.

    Michael Dushman

    Bedford, senior

    A two-time Globe All-Scholastic, Dushman scored 15 goals this season and was named the Dual-County League MVP. Dushman was named to the All-New England team and is an Eastern Mass. All-Star.

    Drew Foley

    Wilmington, senior

    Foley, who was named to the All-State team as well as the Eastern Mass. All-Star squad, finished with seven goals and 13 assists. A Middlesex League All-Star in soccer, Foley also has twice been named a league hockey All-Star.

    Adam Grammer

    Masconomet, senior


    The Cape Ann League Player of the Year helped the Chieftains win the Division 2 state title. The senior midfielder found success in the attacking third of the field, scoring 17 goals and tacking on nine assists.

    Quinn Iuliano

    Brimmer & May, senior

    Iuliano tallied four shutouts and an 0.80 goals-against average to earn MBIL co-MVP honors. A two-time team MVP and four-time all-league player, he finished with a school-record 23 shutouts.

    Ackim Mpofu

    Cushing, senior

    Mpofu was the NEPSAC MVP with 13 goals and seven assists and earned All-America honors. The honor roll student is also a member of Zimbabwe’s under-20 national team and wants to study international business in college.

    Francisco Fernandes Neto

    Somerville, senior

    Coach George Scarpelli called Neto ‘‘the heartbeat of this team’’ following the 5-foot-2-inch senior’s dazzling performance against Silver Lake in the Division 1 EMass final. Neto is a three-time GBL All-Star and the league’s co-MVP with teammate Thayrone Miranda.

    Lucas Rezende-Verge

    Weymouth, senior

    The Wildcats’ senior keeper recorded 11 shutouts in 20 games and had a 0.73 goals-against average. After playing just two seasons on varsity, The Bay State Carey MVP finished his career with 22 shutouts and a 0.65 GAA.

    Noah Rossen

    Cambridge Weston, senior

    Rossen, a forward, scored 30 goals in 18 games in his senior campaign and finished with 55 for his career. Cambridge Weston made it all the way to the MBIL final this season and lost in the quarterfinals of the NESPAC Class D tournament.

    Klisman Sousa

    New Bedford, senior

    Sousa and New Bedford made it to the Division 1 South Sectional semifinal before falling to Silver Lake. Sousa was an integral part of the Whalers’ success this season, playing as both a central midfielder and forward.

    David Stapleton

    Oliver Ames, senior

    Stapleton played a big role on the first Tigers team to reach the Division 2 South final. The Hockomock League MVP scored 14 goals and had nine assists this season, giving him career totals of 34 goals and 31 assists.

    Ryan Stuntz

    Wellesley, senior

    Stuntz was a four-year varsity starter for the Raiders (12-2-4) and a two-time captain. He was named to the All-State team and scored six times with five assists this fall. Stuntz also runs indoor and outdoor track for the Raiders.

    Coaches of the Year

    George Scarpelli

    Division 1: Somerville

    Scarpelli led the Highlanders to a 21-2-1 record and a trip to the Division 1 state final, where they lost on penalty kicks. The Greater Boston League champions beat previously unbeaten Silver Lake in the EMass final.

    Jeff Hallenbeck

    Division 2: Medway

    Hallenbeck and the Mustangs won the Division 3 EMass title before falling to Belchertown in the state title game in overtime. The Mustangs went 18-3-3 and defeated the top two seeds in the Division 3 South Sectional.

    David Mitchell

    Division 2: Masconomet

    Under Mitchell, the Chieftains posted a 23-1-1 record, losing only at Somerville midseason, en route to winning the Division 2 state crown. In his first three seasons at Masconomet, Mitchell has led the Chieftains to a 58-6-6 record.

    Jim Willis

    Division 3: Cohasset

    Willis’s team started 1-3 before marching through the rest of its EMass schedule without a defeat. The Skippers (18-4-2) won the Division 4 South for the first time since 1989 before falling in the state final.


    Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Jake Gleason, Hiroto Watanabe. Falmouth: Ian Cicalis, Nathan Estrela. Marshfield: Shawn Daley, Ben Lane, Owen Russell. Nauset: Will Boyd, Junior Chambers, Tarek El-Sehrawey, Hunter Keyes, Colton Leach, Tyler Packett. Plymouth North: Cam Flemming. Plymouth South: Tevin Crocker, Ryan Reid. Sandwich: Justin Lerch, Christian Rossomando.

    Bay State — Braintree: Dan Kelly, Ryan Martin. Brookline: Jacob Harris, Theo Yannekis. Dedham: Santiago Alvarez. Framingham: Lorran Cancado, Bryant Nardizzi. Milton: Jonathan Cardoso. Natick: Dillon Foley, Oliver Wynn. Needham: Dan Alpert, Jason Miller, Aram Ouligian. Newton North: Stanley Alves. Norwood: Sem Dacaj. Walpole: A.J. Chauvin, Bobby Ivatts. Wellesley: Adam Chernew, Andrew D’Anieri, Tyler Kuckenbecker, Ryan Stuntz. Weymouth: Jacob Lovely, Lucas Rezende-Verge.

    Big Three — Brockton: Jaylen Almeida, Ronaldinho Diniz, Kevin Fortes, Camden Frederick, Joshua Khang. Durfee: Alex DaCosta, Meny Goncalves, Keith Worsley. New Bedford: Edmilson Andrade, Ty Catunto, Shawn Dias, Klisman Sousa.

    Boston City — Boston International: Pedro Daveiga, Yuron Gomez, Marcos Espinosa Heron. Brighton: Jose Mata, Joshua Morancie, Lizandro Nogueira. Burke: Gilson Andrade, Ivaldino Delgado, Mario Wilson Mendes. Charlestown: Mahamed Abdirahman, Luis Atiles, Guillermo Salinas. CASH: Alonso Avina, Zachary Marseille, Sekani Paul. Dorchester: Warren Exceus, Heroldy Limage, Merveil Meyitang. East Boston: Kevin Alfaro, Ben Lara, Gerson Lopez. Latin Academy: Juan Gomez, Matteo Grando, Julian Zapata. Madison Park: Kovin Ortiz, Emiky Pires. O’Bryant: Junior DePina, Victor Hernandez, Cristian Sarmiento. Snowden: Ibrahim Bah, Ramsey Jean Juste, Boubacar Seck. South Boston: Freddy Espinosa, Phat Tran. West Roxbury: Emmanuel Jean Charles, Sam Kifl, Ricarfens Saintil.

    Cape & Islands — Cape Cod Academy: Zachary Tousignant. Cape Cod Tech: Jon Almonte. Nantucket: Carlos Chavez, Charlie Harrigan, Sonny Majano, Ben Zieff. Pope John Paul II: Brennan Hopkins, Mark McCusker, Brendan Smith. Sturgis East: Jonny Gomes, Greg Watts. Sturgis West: Carlo Tashjian.

    Cape Ann — Georgetown: Patrick Slack, Jared Warren. Hamilton-Wenham: Russell Grigorian, Nick Loeper. Ipswich: David Dick, Matt Jaegar. Lynnfield: Joe Bassi. Masconomet: Adam Grammer, Jeff Panella. Newburyport: Adam Traxler. North Reading: Zach Herman, Colby Maiola. Pentucket: Cody Sedler, Brendan Sullivan. Rockport: Shaun Aspesi. Saugus: Guilherme Barbosa.

    Catholic Central — Archbishop Williams: Aidan Browne, Ryan Crooker, Dylan O’Brien. Arlington Catholic: Joseph Geista, Ben O’Brien, Demetri Papathanasiou. Austin Prep: Ryan Fischer, Scott Vinchesi. Bishop Fenwick: Iftimi Arapi, Alex Baker, Rashad DeSilva, Greg Enos, Ryan Trott. Cardinal Spellman: Jake Armstrong, Max DeLuca, Nick DeLuca, Pat Grzybinski, Evan Stimpson, Adam Thorburn. Cristo Rey: Michael Carona. Lowell Catholic: Bernard Deignan, Dimitrous Dimou, Adrian Lambert, Zack Lemire, Matthew Nachatelo, Andrew Pereira. Marian: Aldo Cortez, Jack Egizi, Jungi Hong, Nick Piselli, Jordan Thomas. Matignon: Will Crass, Tommy Thompson, Nick Valdario. Pope John: Jorge Escalona. St. Joseph’s Prep: Dong Su Kim, Jin Young Kim, Taras Kornelyuk. St. Mary’s: Noah Camelo, Cristan Chavez, Kevin Esper, Helio Merriells Neto.

    Catholic Conference — BC High: Zack Coggins, Pat Juffre, John Marquardt, Jordan Samuels. Catholic Memorial: James Dalton, Jack Stark. Malden Catholic: Andrew Kelly, Marcus McKenzie. St. John’s Prep: Matt Chilton, Harry Cusack, Corey Lang, Paul Magazzu, Zach Rowell. Xaverian: Chris Doire, Matt Greeley, Brendan McDonough.

    Commonwealth — Minuteman: Ashley Koll.

    Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Andrew Hoang, Julian Stewart, Zack Zambarano. Bedford: Dan Anderson, Michael Dushman, Stephen Frazier, Peter Whallon. Boston Latin: Ariadne Argyros, Griffin Burns, Jake French, Owen Ward. Concord-Carlisle: Charlie Booth, Scott Brazina, Leo Fondriest, Tom Kearns, Garrett Leahy. Lincoln-Sudbury: Tyler Barnes, Bobby Hurstak, Will Hutchinson, Connor McCarthy. Newton South: Shamus Eagan, Ruston Lodi. Wayland: Matt Alexander, Ben Caples, Andres Pascual-Leone, Margot Turner. Westford: Scott McCord, Derrick Naugler, Ben Osgood. Weston: Sam Cekala, Bailey Poritzky, Tyler Poritzky.

    Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Andrew Humphrey, Brendan Morrissey, Zach Pina. Bishop Stang: Haden Cordeiro, David Fernandez. Coyle & Cassidy: Connor McDonough. Martha’s Vineyard: Kane Araujo, Sam Entner, Jason Lages, Ben Wadleigh. Somerset Berkley: Ethan Arruda, Zachary DaCunha, Drew DeCosta, Evan Magnuson.

    EIL — Bancroft: Dylan McDonough. Beaver Country Day: Silmar Bueno, Michael Gray, Zach LaCava, Eric Reed. Berwick: Will Grant, Stephen Sherbahn, Eric Wisniewski. Concord Academy: Zach Bloom, Josh Calka, Malin Seegal. Landmark: Mikhail Dyreby. Lexington Christian: Matt Figucia, Thomas Munch. Pingree: Reese Fulmer. Portsmouth Abbey: John Falvey, Julian Minondo.

    Greater Boston — Cambridge: Jeremy Astesano, Emile Sternbach, Jeremy Sternbach. Everett: Luis Licks. Malden: Fellipe Calad, Julio DaSilva, Mark Ortiz, Vinny Silva. Medford: Tommy Downs, Owen Miller. Somerville: Marcello Brociner, Jonathan Figueroa, Victor Melendez, Thayrone Miranda, Julian Murphy, Francisco Fernandes Neto, Julio Salguero Lemus.

    Hockomock — Attleboro: Eoin Grimes, Matt Rodrigues, Jason Ross. Canton: Damian Kozak, Sam Larson. Foxborough: Matt Morrison, Devante Teixeria. Franklin: Jesse d’Entremont, Joe Kalil, Tim LaRowe. King Philip: Andrew Allen, Stephen Beattie, Joe Kellett. Mansfield: Jimmy Murphy, Stephen Murphy. Milford: Justin Asam, Juan Quintero. North Attleborough: Ryan Croke. Oliver Ames: Gaston Cetrangolo, Evan Coose, Chris Goncalves, David Stapleton. Sharon: Eric Hefez. Stoughton: Lucas Loubensky. Taunton: Brad Alconada, Nelson Roias.

    ISL — Belmont Hill: Tucker Hallowell. Brooks: Steve Elkin. BB&N: Koby Antwi, Will Davis, Jamar Noble. Groton: Chris Higginson. Lawrence Academy: Max Breiter, Adrian Colmenares Colantuoni, Christian Hernandez, Amadu Kunateh. Middlesex: Dan Carlson. Milton Academy: Mark Leon, Chris Lewis, Pat Sheehan, Liam White. Nobles: Derek Acheampong, Morgan Cheek. Rivers: Trevor Davock, Nate Johnson, Sal Sprofera, Jake Stenquist. Roxbury Latin: Ryan Sewall. St. George’s: Johnny Kim. St. Mark’s: Neeraj Mahey, Mark Volpe, Sam Ward. St. Paul’s: Duncan Norton. St. Sebastian’s: John O’Leary. Thayer: Chris Beaulieu, Adam Cowie-Haskell.

    MBIL — Boston Trinity: Christian Hodge. Brimmer & May: Quinn Iuliano, Aaron Yemane. Cambridge Weston: Jacob Arons, Jason Bair, Noah Rossen, Caleb Weiss. Chapel Hill: Nelson Andrade, Patrick Burgard, Andrew Davis. Gann Academy: Zach Schwartz. Newman Prep: Vaska Pkrakadze. Waring: Charlie Mitchell, Isaac Ogle, Kyle Patrick, Nick Wigglesworth, Aiden Wood.

    Mayflower — Bishop Connolly: Jack Santoro, Dean Sylveira. Blue Hills: John Crowley, JT Freedman. Bristol-Plymouth: Matt Cassese, Dylan Castro, Eric Hayden. Diman: Andre Camara, Brad Camara, Cody DaCruz, Sean Galego, Isaac Moniz. Holbrook: Lawrence Valeros, Youcef Ziad. Norfolk Aggie: Matt Barry, Austin Broderick. Old Colony: Casey Campbell, Kyle Soares, Paul Soucy. Sacred Heart: Kieran Kelleher, Griffin Ostrowski, Kevin Strohschneider, Eric Struski. Southeastern: , Craig Arseneault, Xavier Keenan, Jeffrey Pierre, Chris Riberio, Shutaro Tsuchida. Tri-County: Sean Martin, Connor Strom. Upper Cape: Austin Doody, Gavin Jepson, Austin Smolinsky, Ryan Stringer. West Bridgewater: Michael Ames, Justin Berglund, Reed Crowley, Derek O’Brien, Tyler Taccini. Westport: Rich Hartnett, Lyle Rosa, Tom Yeargin.

    Merrimack Valley — Andover: Declan Collins, Demetri Kostakis. Billerica: Peter Melo, Dan Proux. Central Catholic: Calvin Johnston. Chelmsford: Mark Keller, Max Ofosu. Dracut: Tyler Silva, Derrick Wanjiku. Lawrence: Joseano Tavares. Methuen: Salah Baladi. North Andover: Todd Patnaude, Michael Skarbelis, Andrew Valdes, Jeff Warden. Tewksbury: Matt Lemos, Kyle Paquette.

    Middlesex (Freedom) — Burlington: Brendan Claflin, Jerry Ramirez, Erin Savage, Vasilios Vakalfotis. Melrose: Rowan Dempster, Connor Gilbert. Stoneham: Steve McGrath. Wakefield: Neil Fitzgerald, Cam Mesinna. Watertown: Rafael DeSouza, Cody Hecht, Greg Koutroukas, Juan Nieto-Lopez. Wilmington: Drew Foley, Luke Foley, Kory McGilvray, Jim Murphy, Austin O’Neal.

    Middlesex (Liberty) — Arlington: Liam McKersie, Harrison Mintz. Belmont: Peter Berens, Michael Chertkov, Sam Kerans, Ben Lazenby. Lexington: Ryan Banard, Matt Edmonds, Shant Mahrokian, Lewis Mustoe, Jaime Wheaton. Reading: Jackson Conroy, Dane Sullivan. Winchester: Kevin Calnan, Mark Calnan, Marino Espiga. Woburn: Preston Gordon.

    NEPSAC — Brewster Academy: Narco Ibanez, Andre Simmond. Cushing: Ackim Mpofu. Holderness: Nick Gibson. Kimball Union: Morgan Dewdney, Jakob Drinkuth. New Hampton: Kyle Brewster, CJ Santora. Phillips Andover: Taylor Chin, Nicholas DiStefano, Andre Marinho, Dylan Mott. Phillips Exeter: Henry Stevens, Sterling Weatherbie. Tabor: Patrick Sullivan. Tilton: Paul Lee. Worcester Academy: Alex Botazzi, Brian Kee, Sam Klippel, Graham Koval.

    Northeastern — Beverly: Justin Carnavale. Danvers: Cam Bornstein. Gloucester: Calvin Kripoto. Lynn Classical: Yabesi Musema, Keregeya Nasibu. Lynn English: Brian Rovira, Daniel Rovira. Peabody: C.J. Almonti, Ben Manoogian. Revere: Abel Alcantar, Saad El Khiam. Swampscott: Neil Lahrizi.

    Patriot — Duxbury: Jared Amodio, Brendan Burke, Matt Saia. Hanover: Kevin Ghostlaw, Matt Scarpali, Billy Taylor. Hingham: Joe Bierwirth, Michael Cavaleri, Pierre Marjollet, Patrick O’Rourke, Alvaro Prades, Nathan Townsend. North Quincy: Ivan Zeng. Pembroke: Michael Courtright, Andrew Gray, Jacob Higgins, Stephen Vercollone. Quincy: Roy Bandar, James O’Shea. Scituate: Joe Desmond, Kyle Medici, Colin Munson, Keegan True, Curran Wait. Silver Lake: Tim Barrow, Paul Beatty, Adam Crawford, Sean Hurlburt, Stephen MacSwain, Brendan Nemes. Whitman-Hanson: Mike Auld, Jason Malloy, Stephen Stephansky.

    South Shore — Cohasset: John Buckley.

    Tri-Valley — Dover-Sherborn: Johnny Coutts. Holliston: Ryan Snow, Troy Waddell. Hopkinton: Ted Hilger. Medway: Aidan Burke, Vanessa Bussberg, Justin Kaplan, Jake Warren. Millis: Griffen Sisk. Norton: Wayne Belcher, Matt Bukowski, Joe Maia. Westwood: Olek Lis.