ISL: Thayer, track
After winning the 100 and 200 and anchoring the winning 4x100 relay at the ISL meet, the junior was named MVP for running events and earned the All-ISL track award. Allen is a dean’s list student and plays football.
ISL: Thayer, track
The 2014 ISL MVP, Barron went undefeated in the 100 hurdles, the 400 and the 4x400 relay. She won ISL championships in all three events and set school records in the 100 and 300 hurdles. Barron will run track at Boston College.
ISL: Nobles, lacrosse
The senior midfielder/attackman led Nobles to a 12-7 record. He finished with All-America honors after leading the ISL in both assists (46) and total points (90). His 44 goals were good for third in the ISL. Cheek will attend Harvard.
ISL: St. Paul’s, lacrosse
The two-time ISL MVP finished her lacrosse career with 218 goals and 165 assists. She led St. Paul’s to a 13-1 record this season and an ISL title. Crutchfield is a four-time All-American and will play lacrosse at Duke.
ISL: Milton Academy, tennis
Dewire finished 22-0 at No. 1 singles this season and went 9-1 at No. 1 doubles. The sophomore led her team to a NEPSAC Class A title and ISL championship and will be a captain for Milton Academy next season.
ISL: BB&N, golf
The former Dover-Sherborn All-Scholastic golfer earned a 9-2-2 record at the No. 1 spot this season. She posted a season scoring average of 36 and was a co-medalist at the ISL championship after shooting an even par 72.
ISL: Nobles, softball
The Holy Cross-bound senior went 21-0 this spring with a 0.18 ERA to earn ISL MVP honors. Her career record is 48-9 including 447 strikeouts. With the bat she hit .487 with two home runs and 27 RBIs this spring.
ISL: Governor’s Academy, track
Gray was named the Field Event Athlete of the Meet at the 2014 ISTA championships after setting a meet record in the triple jump with a 39-foot, 1-inch leap. She also won the long jump with a mark of 17 feet, 10 inches.
ISL: Roxbury Latin, tennis
After earning ISL all-star honors last spring, Haig took it a step further, earning ISL MVP honors this spring. Roxbury Latin went 15-2 and captured its fourth straight ISL title. Haig, the team captain, finished 28-2 at No. 1 singles.
ISL: Gov’s Academy, baseball
The junior earned ISL co-MVP honors after throwing a no-hitter and two one-hitters this season en route to a 6-0 record. He finished the season with a 0.48 ERA and 75 strikeouts. Lopez also plays football at Governor’s Academy.
ISL: Belmont Hill, track
The junior won both the shot put and the discus at the ISTA championships, setting the meet record in the discus. The next week he won the shot and discus at the NEPSTA Division 2 meet and was named the meet MVP.
ISL: Belmont Hill, baseball
The two-time all-league senior shortstop posted a .490 batting average this season while leading Belmont Hill to a 19-1 record and an ISL championship. Roberson, also a two-time all-league basketball player, will attend Amherst.
EIL: Portsmouth Abbey, lacrosse
A senior captain from Foxborough, Baughan finished his two-year career as a starting goalie with a 22-9 record and two EIL titles. He was named a 2014 US Lacrosse All-American and will attend Skidmore College in the fall.
EIL: Beaver Country Day, tennis
Flint capped his high school career with an undefeated season at the No. 1 singles spot. He was named EIL MVP and earned three EIL titles during his time at BCD. Flint will attend Washington University in St. Louis.
EIL: Beaver Country Day, tennis
The Beaver Country Day junior has never been defeated during her three-year high school career. Marks earned EIL MVP honors this season and is currently ranked 19th in 18-and-under play by the New England USTA.
EIL: Pingree, softball
The senior infielder finished this season with a .589 batting average, 20 RBIs, 4 home runs, 5 triples, and 13 doubles. She was named co-MVP of the EIL and was Pingree’s team MVP. Muniz will play softball at Holy Cross.
EIL: Winsor, softball
The three-time league all-star and two-year captain hit .658 this season and collected 21 RBIs. She earned an 8-3 record on the mound with a 1.85 ERA and 64 strikeouts in 68 innings. Ognibene also captained the soccer team.
EIL: Bancroft, baseball
The sophomore hit .404 this season with 20 runs scored and 8 RBIs. As a catcher, Papula threw out 12 of 28 potential base stealers, and he earned a 3-1 record with a 1.98 ERA while pitching. Papula also plays golf at Bancroft.
EIL: Berwick, lacrosse
Wurzer, a two-year captain, ended her career with a second straight undefeated season, second straight EIL title, and second straight NEPSLWA All-Star game nod. Also a two-year hockey captain, she will attend St. Michael’s.
IGC: Woodward, softball
Brait has enjoyed success, being an all-league champion since seventh grade. This season the shortstop belted three home runs and had her jersey retired. A National Honor Society member, Brait will attend Becker College.
IGC: Gann Academy, tennis
Elovic has played in the first singles spot for Gann Academy since her freshman year. This season she posted a perfect 7-0 record. A USTA tournament player in the summer, Elovic hopes to play college tennis.
MBIL: Brimmer & May, baseball
Iuliano helped Brimmer & May win the MBIL championship and was named league MVP. The junior led the team with a .485 batting average and will return as co-captain next season. Iuliano also plays soccer and basketball.
IGC: Waring, lacrosse
Lustig had 36 goals her senior season to finish her career with 168. She recorded 19 assists, finishing with 40, and was a two-time Academic All-American. Twice an all-star in soccer and basketball, she will attend Williams.
MBIL: Waring, lacrosse
The midfielder and captain closed out his career by scoring 27 goals and recording seven assists en route to being named the MBIL MVP. Mitchell will attend Middlebury College in the fall, where he hopes to run cross-country.
MBIL: Boston Trinity, tennis
A repeat All-Scholastic selection and a two-time MBIL MVP, Oloko is currently ranked 10th in New England. After an undefeated junior year, Oloko proved it was no fluke with another outstanding spring for Boston Trinity.
NEPSAC: Tabor, softball
The senior shortstop was named to the Big East all-tournament team for the third consecutive year and earned her second straight tournament MVP award. Silva will attend Northeastern, where she will play ice hockey.
IGC: Montrose, softball
Wade, the IGC MVP, led her team to an undefeated season and league championship with a .700 batting average and two home runs. She also dominated on the mound, giving up just six hits this season.
Baseball — Bancroft: Peter Bovenzi, Jesse Braith, Aditya Dharampuriya, Jordan Papula. Berwick: Stephen Terenzio, Cam Toohey, Seth Wyskiel. Concord Academy: Josh Calka. Landmark: Jon Barrett. Lexington Christian: Tim Chadieux, Dillon Koster. Pingree: Harry Copeland, Jeff Depiero, Reese Fulmer, Ryan St. Pierre. Portsmouth Abbey: Will Benhke, Rob Tuite.
Softball — Bancroft: Gabby Peterson, Jocelyn Varieur, Hannah Zamore. Berwick: Taylor Lyman. Concord Academy: Alex Craig. Dana Hall: Julia Novakoff, Samantha Simon, Stephanie Simon. Lexington Christian: Kay Ryder. Newton Country Day: Amolee Hawkins, Alexandra Torrence, Mary Warner. Pingree: Christina Chalmers, Kelsey Dion, Gabby Muniz, Haley Sabino, Jillian Witwicki. Winsor: Kathleen Hart, Ming Lewis, Caroline Ognibene, Vanessa Warshaw.
Boys’ lacrosse — Bancroft: Ethan Palermo, David Turley. Beaver Country Day: John Kalnins, Sam Vidal. Berwick: Lucas Michaud, Sam Salvati, Stephen Sherbahn. Concord Academy: Gabe Perez-Putnam. Landmark: Andrew Arcedipane, Anthony Centrella. Lexington Christian: Dara Faleye. Pingree: Carter Rossano, Arjen Streegstra, Maxx Trotsky, CJ White. Portsmouth Abbey: Chris Baughan, Bob Cloughen, Will Locke.
Girls’ lacrosse — Beaver Country Day: Caroline Hill. Berwick: Tatiana Bradley, Caroline Hernon, Melanie Mait, Cora Ordway, Kaitlyn Wurzer. Concord Academy: Nina Callahan, Winslow Ferris. Dana Hall: Jessica Hunnewell, Lucy Maloney, Attabelle Wasniewski. Lexington Christian: Emma O’Brien. Newton Country Day: Faith Carroll, Margaret Fee, Emily Hession, Sophia Sgroi. Pingree: Kirby Heffrin, Monica Manning, Eliza Mead, Mollie Smith. Portsmouth Abbey: Liv Mairs, Amberlee Majewski, Maddie Villareal. Winsor: Grace Carroll, Grace Hanrahan.
Boys’ tennis — Beaver Country Day: Gabe Belkind, Hunter Flint, Jesse Roberts. Concord Academy: Jackson Boyle, Dominik Buhl, Carter Jones. Pingree: Dan Peters, Jeremy Wiles. Portsmouth Abbey: Victor Florescu, Ryan Gallagher, Jack Guduoian, Stephan Navarro.
Girls’ tennis — Beaver Country Day: Gabriela Marks, Catherine Wei, Hayley Zukerberg. Concord Academy: Issy Bush, Elly Veloria, Jenny Yung. Newton Country Day: Alessandra Saraceno, Grace Stillwell.
Baseball — Belmont Hill: Nolan Brennan, Danny Kelly, Charlie McConnell, Harrison Roberson, Ben Wagner. BB&N: Cole O’Connor, Cam O’Neill, Nick Sadler, Mike Samko. Governor’s Academy: Bobby Leyman, Brandon Lopez. Groton: Joe Gentile, John Lamont, Ben Ostecholtz. Middlesex: Drew Coash. Milton Academy: Austin Johnson. Nobles: Johnny McCarthy, Cody Todesco. Rivers: Connor Rooney, Matt Treveloni. Roxbury Latin: Duncan Finigan, Joe Lomuscio. St. George’s: Sam Alofsin. St. Mark’s: Ryan Ferland. St. Paul’s: Aidan McKee. St. Sebastian’s: Justin Bellinger, Andrew Corcoran, Pat McGowan. Thayer: Tom Clarkson, Christopher DiGiacomo, Nick Falkson, Ryan Murray.
Softball — Brooks: Cassandra Hunt. BB&N: Courtney Erickson, Sara Lopez-Wheeler, Meaghan O’Brien. Governor’s Academy: Ashlyn Bedard, Courtney Cashman, Sarah Dupere. Lawrence Academy: Adeline McCullough, Taylor Scholefield. Milton Academy: Jamie Murray. Nobles: Amanda Gonzalez, Casey Nunnelly, Alix Santos, Mallory Souliotis. Rivers: Wiley Holton. St. George’s: Hayley Doneghey. St. Mark’s: Brittany Andrea. St. Paul’s: Taryn Collins, Amanda Paine. Thayer: Chaislyn Burgio, Madeline Dickson, Kathleen Fowkes.
Boys’ lacrosse — Belmont Hill: Max Gustafson, Kyle Parsons, Danny Seibel. Brooks: Tommy Connelly, Geoff Fulgione. BB&N: R.J. Caruso. Governor’s Academy: Larsen Bidstrup, Ryan Caley, Eddie Gilman. Groton: Axel Brown, Will Richardson. Lawrence Academy: Brendan Flanagan. Middlesex: James Burr, Jack Lyne, Michael O’Keeffe. Milton Academy: Jack Cahill. Nobles: J.C. Brassard, Morgan Cheek, Parker McKee. Rivers: Sam Cleveland, Brendan Gates, Josh Kirson. Roxbury Latin: Scott Frankenthaler, Sean Lowrie, Robert Shaw. St. George’s: Miles Matule. St. Mark’s: Owen Allen. St. Paul’s: Chad Morse. St. Sebastian’s: Greg Barletta, Joe Kearney. Thayer: Tyler Blaisdell, Harry Giarrusso, Ryan Pfeffer, Shane Rinkus.
Girls’ lacrosse — Governor’s Academy: Kiley Coffey. Groton: Addie Ewald. Middlesex: Dakota Foster, Rowena Foster. Nobles: Colby Chanenchuk, Lauren Dillon, Mackenzie Kent. Rivers: Jamie Navoni. St. George's: Cecilia Masiello. St. Mark's: Hope D'Orsi, Tess D'Orsi, Mikaela Karlsson, Maddie Torgerson. St. Paul's: Madison Crutchfield, Lindsey Reynolds, Rosemary Scalise, Caroline Zaffino. Thayer: Ivy Arlia.
Boys’ golf — Thayer Academy: Jake Ratti. BB&N: Sophie DiPetrillo, Chris Bornhorst. Belmont Hill: John Lazor, Joe Lynch. Nobles: John Beadle, Jack Roberts. Governor’s Academy: Katie Barrand. St. Sebastian’s: Alejandro Soto. Milton Academy: Sam Procter.
Boys’ tennis — Belmont Hill: Jack Ablon, Ben Lebowitz. Groton: MacGregor Beatty. Milton Academy: Chris McDonough, Bart Panarese. Nobles: Will Samuels. Roxbury Latin: Joey Haig, Christian O'Connor, Andrew Wang. St. George's: Harry Shepherd. St. Paul's: George Congdon. St. Sebastian's: Weston Brach.
Girls’ tennis — Groton: Maddy Forbess. Milton Academy: Ilvey Bayturk, Maddie Dewire, Sasha Javanovic, Riley Kinney, Abigail Lebovitz, Semi Okolo, Te Palandjian. Nobles: Melanie Weinstein. St. George’s: Alexa Santry. St. Paul’s: Isabelle Turchetta. Thayer: Caroline Finnegan.
Boys’ track — Belmont Hill: Michael Fries, Paul Malloy, Sultan Olusekun, Harrison Porter, Lucas Ribeiro. Middlesex: Viraj Deokar, Garrett O’Toole. Milton Academy: Jeffrey Brown, Kevin Lee, Chris Lewis. Roxbury Latin: Joey Mullen. St. George’s: Jonathan Lumley. Thayer: Jordan Allen, James Ferrera, Alim Ibrahim, Jake Marcelino, Sean O’Connor.
Girls’ track — Governor’s Academy: Mackenzie Gray, Katie Hanlon. Lawrence Academy: Salyna Anza. Milton Academy: Amanda Pasko. St. George’s: Sarah Carnwath. St. Paul’s: Malaika Ogukwe, Kerry Swartz, Samantha Yates. Thayer: Emily Barron, Julia Barron, Isabelle Dunne, Mary Goulding, Abby Osmanski, Kayla Rorke, Camille Sery-Ble.
Softball — Montrose: Elizabeth Wade, Caroline Strauss, Jess Pink, and Maggie Fitzgerald. Woodward: Bailey Brait, Emma Will, Abby Plourde. Gann Academy: Nomi Small, Jayme Callum, Aly Kruglak. Brimmer & May: Jordan Rockland. Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall: Savannah Williams.
Girls’ lacrosse — Waring: Eleanor Lustig, Sara Kessler, Brooke Adams, Ayla Rauhala, Brooklyn Stam, Isabelle Cookson. Montrose: Elle Schrippa, Mary Beth Irwin, Katherine Casey, Megan St. Martin, Olivia Giannkopolis. Gann Academy: Alicia Zolodnick. Brimmer & May: Kristin Gates, Maya Stevenson, Nicole Gates. Landmark School: Rachel Smith, Tori Clark, Kelli O’Brien, Lexi Knowlton-Simard.
Girls tennis — Gann Academy: Marielle Marcus, Sarah Salinger, Alexandra Elovic. Landmark: Katie DiRico, Caroline Frantz. Brimmer & May: Elle McDermott. Boston Trinity Academy: Yasmine McDermott. Cambridge School of Weston: Maya Barnes.
Baseball — Boston Trinity: Christian Hodge, Duncan Smith. Brimmer & May: Kevin Gates, Keenan Iuliano, Quinn Iuliano, Jacob Quiles. Gann Academy: Eitan Bloostein, Josh Hurwitz, Adam Korbman. Newman Prep: Mike Bocchino, Ian Iwanicki.
Boys’ lacrosse — Boston Trinity: Casey Iskra, Zach Ravichandran. Chapel Hill: Nicolo Triolo. Gann Academy: Josh Lange. Waring: Nat Lyman, Alex Mitchell, Charlie Mitchell, Jacob Vanek.
Boys’ tennis — Gann Academy: Illan Belkind-Gerson. Alex Leopold, Harry Kosowsky. Cambridge School of Weston: Sam Hoenig, Evan Smith. Boston Trinity Academy: Toni Oloko. Brimmer & May: Nate Friedman. Newman: Aysha Hoang.
Softball — Phillips Andover: Victoria Bergeron, Ravenne Nasser. Phillips Exeter: Weilin Chan, Chloe Dubocq. Helen Hutlin. Kimball Union: Kayleigh Coombs. Worcester Academy: Melanie Economos. New Hampton: Tori Fitzgerald. Tilton: Kaitlin Hess. Deerfield: Kayla O’Connor. Tabor: Alyssa Rueb, Halle Silva, Christine White. Proctor: Abby Young.
Western New England A Division softball -- Choate Rosemary Hall: Stephanie Leonardo, Lauren Valentine. Deerfield Academy: Kayla O’Connor. Hopkins School: Sydney Geyer. The Hotchkiss School: Cady Stanton. Loomis Chaffee School: Bailey Coyne. Masters School: Alexandra Sacher. Miss Porter’s: Casey Brantner. Northfield Mt. Hermon School: Maura Joyce, Courtney Moriarty. School of the Holy Child: Molly Leitner, Elizabeth Curcio. Suffield Academy: Kira Dimitrus. Taft School: Audry Quirk. Westminster School: Rachel Monroe, Jordan Gowdy.
Western New England B Division softball -- Berkshire School: Jamie Ernst, Krissy Govertson. Ethel Walker School: Chelsea Strong, Danielle Bolin. Greens Farms Academy: Susannah Johnson. King Low Heywood Thomas: Molly Goldstein, Khandice Dyson. Kingswood Oxford School: Taryn Braz , Jacqueline Dufour. Marianapolis: Jill Bodreau. Miss Hall’s School: Alex Desrochers. Rye Country Day School: Sydney Ginsberg, Nereida Mendez. Westover School: Emma McGovern. Wilbraham & Monson Academy: Erin Demers, Emma Kindblom.
Western New England C Division softball -- Chase Collegiate School: Maddie Jensen, Morgan Carlotto. Cheshire Academy: Emma Galley, Kayla Padroff. The Harvey School: Selena Cummings, Anderson Greenwood. Millbrook School: Steph Heresniak. Oakwood Friends School: Sachi Takamori, Kate Wilkinson. Saint Luke’s School: Marissa Ruschil. Stoneleigh-Burnham School: C’Quoya Haughton.
Central New England Prep School Baseball League — Cushing Academy: Trevor Kacz, Russ Olive. Deerfield Academy: Luke Bakker, Zach Twitchell. Northfield Mount Hermon: Sam Kasten, Nick Seretta. Phillips Academy: John Festa, Andy Hamel, Kenta Nomoto. Philips Exeter Academy: Matt Greaves, Joe Hebl. Tabor Academy: Jeremiah Adams, Wiley Knight, P.J. Poulin. Worcester Academy: John Friday, Dante Ricciardi, Eric Sachse, Austin Young.