See the athletes and coaches chosen for this year's All-Scholastic team.
Players of the Year
Coaches of the Year
Golfers of the Year
Division 1: Lexington
The Division 1 state individual champion, Lang fired a blistering 68 to capture the title at Springfield Country Club. Lang sported an unbeaten record in league play this year to earn Middlesex League MVP honors for the second time. He will play at Davidson.
Division 2: Wayland
The DCL individual champion, Morgan fired an even par 72 at the Division 2 states to finish second and help lift Wayland to the state team title. A two-year captain and two time DCL All-Star, he is also a hockey captain at Wayland.
Division 3: Abington
Bourgoin picked up eagles, birdies, and plenty of honors, earning co-medalist honors at the South sectional before capturing the Division 3 state individual title, firing a 74 at Black Swan Country Club. He was the top golfer all four years at Abington.
Will Bertelson, Weston, senior
The senior leader of the Division 3 state champions, Bertelson shot a 74 at Division 3 North and a 79 at the Division 3 state championship, turning in the low score on his team that helped seal the state title. He is also a two-time All-Scholastic.
Ben Bichet, Manchester Essex, senior
Bichet took home Division 3 North sectional medalist honors, carding a 71 at Hillview Golf Course before finishing ninth at states. He was also the Cape Ann League Baker Division MVP for the second time. The National Honor Society member will attend Middlebury.
Mike Boldy, Medway, senior
The Tri-Valley League Co-MVP, Boldy fired a four under 32 at the league meet to earn Tri Valley League Medalist honors. A three-time TVL All-Star and two-time Globe All-Scholastic, he is also a hockey captain and TVL all-Star for Medway.
Max Ferrari, Lincoln-Sudbury, junior
The three-time Bay State Conference All-Star shot a 75 at the Division 1 South tournament and followed that up with a 73 at the Division 1 state tournament. The Flyers captain had a 10-1 individual record this fall with a 35.3 scoring average.
Andreus Guidotti, Somerset Berkley, sophomore
A talented sophomore, Guidotti captured the Division 2 state championship, turning in a 71 at Glen Ellen Country Club. At sectionals, he finished sixth with a 76. An honor student, he also plays baseball at Somerset-Berkley and hopes to play golf in college.
Daniel Howard, Westwood, senior
Howard finished fifth at Division 2 sectionals and states after earning TVL All-Star honors in the regular season. He was second in the TVL individual tournament. A captain of the baseball and ski teams, he intends to study construction management in college.
Matt Hutchins, Lincoln-Sudbury, senior
In leading the Warriors to the Division 1 North title, the two-time All-Scholastic shot and team captain shot a tournament-best 76. At the Division 1 state tournament he recorded a 74 as L-S took third. He'll play college golf at Chico State in California.
Andrew McInerney, Xaverian, sophomore
McInerney followed up a round of 77 in the Division 1 South sectional with a team-best 72 at the Division 1 state championship, leading the Hawks to the title. The sophomore was a Catholic Conference All-Star. He also plays hockey for Xaverian.
George Mead, Wayland, junior
Mead helped Wayland blitz the field this year. His 75 at the North sectionals was good for medalist honors, and helped Wayland capture the team title. He followed up with a third-place 73 at states to help Wayland capture the Division 2 team title.
Brendan Ridge, BC High, junior
The Co-MVP of the Catholic Conference, Ridge tied for first at the Division 1 South sectional, and helped the Eagles capture the team title. He followed that up with a seventh-place finish at states. A high honor student, he also plays hockey.
Ted Romanelli, Old Colony, junior
Romanelli earned medalist honors at the Division 3 Cape sectional, shooting a 73 and blitzing the field by five strokes. He followed that up with a 75 at the state tournament good for a tie for second place. He was also the Mayflower North MVP.
James Turner, St. John’s Prep, junior
The Catholic Conference Co-MVP, Turner fired a three-under 69 at the Division 1 state tournament to earn second-place honors. He finished tied for fifth at the North sectionals. A National Honor Society member, he hopes to compete at an Ivy League school.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: Lincoln-Sudbury
A seventh-grade history teacher in Sudbury, Murch returned from a brief retirement to coach the L-S golf team to the DCL Large title, Division 1 North title, and a third-place finish at the Division 1 state championship. He also won this award in 2007.
Division 2: Wayland
Anthoine led his team to a sweep of the Division 2 North sectional and state titles after sporting an 11-3-1 record in the regular season. A 2004 graduate of Methodist University, he is a golf pro at Brae Burn Country Club.
John Abaray Jr.
Division 3: Old Colony
Abaray has been one of the top coaches in the area for 25 years, capturing 13 Mayflower titles and five state vocational titles. This year he led Old Colony to a 13-2-1 record and a fifth-place sectional finish. He also coaches basketball.