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2015 Preps All-Scholastics


Katie Benzan, Nobles, basketball

Benzan led her team to a fourth consecutive NEPSAC Class A championship. For the second year in a row, she was named tournament MVP. The junior averaged 20 points per game this winter and will attend Harvard.

Timothy Brownell, Belmont Hill, squash

Brownell finished the winter with an undefeated ISL record. The junior won the U.S. Junior Open and he was a finalist at the NEPSAC tournament in the No. 1 draw and finished second. He is ranked No. 1 in the nation for U-19.

Raneem El Torky, Milton Academy, squash

El Torky led Milton Academy to an undefeated record this season. The sophomore led the team to a second-place finish at the New England Prep School Tournament. Last year, she finished third in the U.S. Junior Open U-17 division.


Nicola Katz, Nobles, skiing (Alpine)

A repeat MVP , Katz finished this season undefeated in the ISL. The junior earned first place in the giant slalom for the second consecutive year, and finished second in the slalom in the Class A New England championship.

Caitrin Lonergan, Nobles, hockey

Lonergan registered 58 points for Nobles this season. The junior helped the USA U-18 women’s team capture gold at the International Ice Hockey Federation World championship. She has also led Assabet Valley to three titles.

Max Prawdzik, Brooks, hockey

Prawdzik registered eight shutouts for a Brooks team that went 21-5-4. The senior had a .943 save percentage and a 1.33 goals-against average. Prawdzik, the ISL Eberhart MVP, was also named an All-New England player.

Andrew Saccone, St. Paul’s, wrestling

Saccone is a four-time Graves Kelsey champion — one of only six to achieve that many titles in league history. He finished as runner-up in the New England Prep School championship, and he is a four-time national qualifier.


Jermaine Samuels, Rivers, basketball

Samuels averaged 26 points and 12 boards per game this season. A sophomore, Samuels has already eclipsed the 1,000 point mark, and was named MVP of the ISL. The forward is ranked 24th in the nation on ESPN’s list of recruits.

James Sanderson, Middlesex, skiing (Alpine)

Sanderson led Middlesex to a fourth-straight ISL title this winter. The sophomore finished fifth in the slalom at the Class A NEPSAC championship. Sanderson won his final three races and earned All-New England honors.

Cody Todesco, Nobles, hockey

Todesco scored 26 goals and added 20 assists for Nobles in an impressive senior season for which the four-year varsity player was named ISL Keller MVP. Todesco has committed to playing hockey and baseball at Bowdoin.


Tilly Burzynski, Berwick, hockey

Burzynski was named EIL MVP and was a NEPSAC second-team all-star. The senior co-captain has scored 100 career points, and is a three-time EIL All-Star in lacrosse. She will play hockey at Providence.

Adrienne Conza, Winsor, squash

Conza led Winsor to an undefeated season this winter. The junior EIL MVP helped the team place fifth nationally. A four-year varsity player, Conza has been named all-league three times and is nationally ranked.

Keyshaun Jacobs, Beaver CD, basketball

Jacobs scored 17.4 points per game for Beaver Country Day this winter. The junior shot an impressive 44 percent from beyond the 3-point arc and was named EIL MVP. He also made the NEPSAC Class B All New England team.

Andrew MacDonald, Berwick, swimming


MacDonald led Berwick to its first ever EIL championship. The junior earned four EIL gold medals this winter and was named swimmer of the year. Berwick also won gold in the 100 fly at the NEPSAC Division 3 meet.

Caroline Niland, Lexington Christian, basketball

Niland averaged 15.2 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.89 steals per game for Lexington Christian this season. The senior is also a two-time NEPSAC All-Star. Niland is a National Honor Society student.

Isabel Reis, Berwick, swimming

Reis, a senior, was the high-point swimmer at the Bowdoin Open and finished second at the Florida Sectionals in the 200 fly. In 2012, she qualified for the U.S. Olympic trials. Reis holds the New England Prep School record for the 100 Fly.

Chris Weiss, Portsmouth Abbey, wrestling

Weiss was the EIL champion the past two seasons at 126 pounds. He finished third in the New England Regional meet as a sophomore, and fifth this year as a junior. Weiss also qualified for Prep Nationals the past two years.


Paige Anderson, Winchendon, basketball

Anderson was Winchendon’s leading scorer this year. A balanced threat, the junior averaged 17 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals per game. She was named Girls’ Independent League MVP for the second time.

Maddie Evangelous, Worcester Academy, hockey

Evangelous had 20 goals and 25 assists for Worcester Academy, bringing her career point total to 122. A two-time league MVP, Evangelous was named NEPSAC Division 2 player of the year, and a first-team all-star.


Makenna Newkirk, Pomfret, hockey

Newkirk was named NEPSAC Division 1 player of the year and is a two-time member of the NEPSAC first team. She scored 31 goals and added 20 assists to give her a career total of 118 points. The senior will play at Boston College.

Brooke Williams, Landmark, basketball

Williams had a tremendous season for Landmark, averaging 17 points a game. The senior captain is a five-year varsity player, and she was capable of playing every position on the floor. Williams will play at Johnson State next year.

Nisre Zouzoua, Boston Trinity, basketball

Zouzoua scored 37 points to propel Boston Trinity to a NEPSAC Class D title. The senior was named MVP of the championship game. Zouzoua, a Bryant University basketball commit, averaged 22.4 points, 8.9 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game this season.