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Division 1: Riley James, Barnstable
A repeat All-Scholastic, James led the state with 518 kills to go with 217 digs in leading Barnstable to a second straight title. She is a two-time member of the Coaches All-State team, and a member of the Spanish National Honor Society.
Division 2: Athena Ardila, Weston
Committed to play for Northeastern, Ardila tallied 368 kills, good for third in the state, to go with 203 digs. A DCL All-Star and a three-time member of the Coaches All-State team, she owns the state record for career kills (1,642).
Division 3: Madison Majewski, Case
The senior captain and All-State selection finished fourth in the state with 689 assists in leading Case to the Division 3 state title. A South Coast Conference All-Star, she finished her career with 1,331 assists.
Caroline Brodt, Barnstable, junior
Brodt led the state and set a school single-season record with 899 assists for Division 1 champion Barnstable. A member of the Coaches All-State team, the setter is also a member of the Spanish and National Honor Societies.
Molly Camelo, Bishop Fenwick, senior
Camelo recorded 292 kills, 74 blocks and 35 aces for Division 2 North champion Bishop Fenwick. A two-time Catholic Central All-Star and a member of the Coaches All-State team, She is a member of the National Honor Society.
Abigail Criser, Dennis-Yarmouth, junior
Criser finished second in the state with 372 kills, leading the Dolphins to an Atlantic Coast League title and a Division 2 South semifinal appearance. A member of the Coaches All-State team, she is a three-time ACL All-Star.
Victoria Crovo, Melrose, senior
Named Middlesex League Freedom co-MVP, the 5-foot-10 Crovo racked up 229 kills this season for Melrose and was named to the Coaches Division 2 All-State team. A three-year captain finished her career with 832 kills.
Danielle Derosier, Barnstable, senior
In helping Barnstable win the Division 1 state title, the 5-foot-6 libero led the defensive effort with 326 digs, 412 serve receptions and 211 service points. Derosier is a member of the Coaches Division 1 All-State team.
Amanda Gilbert, Hopkinton, junior
A Tri-Valley All-Star and a member of the Coaches All-State team, she tallied 195 kills and 185 digs in helping Hopkinton win the Division 2 state title. A National Honor Society member, it was her second state title with Hopkinton.
Katie Howley, Notre Dame (Hingham), senior
In leading Notre Dame to the Division 2 state final, Howley tallied 226 kills and 116 digs, bringing her career totals to 646 and 431. In her junior year, Notre Dame won the state title. The Marshfield resident hopes to play in college.
Dalena Huynh, Burlington, senior
Huynh tallied 665 assists, 152 digs, and 44 kills in leading Burlington to the Division 2 North final, earning her Middlesex League co-MVP honors. She was also a member of the Coaches Division 2 All-State team.
Isabella Larco, Acton-Boxborough, senior
The 2016 Dual County League MVP, Larco tallied 313 kills and 288 digs in leading Acton-Boxborough to the Division 1 Central-West title. A three-time league all-star, she finished her career with 824 kills.
Michelle Legatova, Newton North, junior
Legatova was all over the court for Division 1 state finalist Newton North, racking up 167 kills, 180 digs, and 91 aces on the season. A member of the Coaches Asociation All-State team, the junior led the Tigers to an 18-0 regular season.
Julia McBride, Andover, senior
The senior captain finished the year with 271 assists, 162 kills and 190 digs in leading Andover to the Division 1 North final. A two-time Merrimack Valley All-Conference player, she graduates with 399 kills.
Rachel Melampy, Duxbury, junior
An outside hitter, Melampy logged 318 kills to go with her 72 digs and 16 blocks in helping Duxbury to the Division 2 South semifinals. She is a three-sport Patriot League All-Star and a member of the Coaches All-State team.
Katie Nugent, Lynnfield, senior
The Cape Ann League Player of the Year logged 284 kills and 105 digs in helping Lynnfield win a seventh consecutive Division 3 North crown. Finishing with 634 kills and 428 digs, the senior is also a league all-star in tennis.
Ashley Wang, Newton North, sophomore
Wang tallied 280 assists to go with 164 kills and 67 aces for Division 1 runner-up Newton North. The Bay State Conference All-Star was also selected to the Coaches Association All-State team, one of three Tigers on the team.
Anna Zucchero, Newton North, senior
In helping Newton North to a one-loss season and the Division 1 state final, Zucchero logged 335 digs. A Bay State Conference All-Star and member of the Coaches Association All-State team, she finished her career with 534 digs.
Division 1: Darren Gwin, Acton-Boxborough
For the first time in program history, the Colonials won the Division 1 Central-West title along with the Dual County League title. A-B finished 20-4 overall, led by their second-year coach. Gwin is a Newton North grad.
Division 2: Adam DeBaggis, Bishop Fenwick
DeBaggis led Bishop Fenwick to a 20-6 season and a Division 2 North crown. In eight seasons, he owns a 141-42 career record. Also the coach of the girls’ basketball team, he graduated from Franklin High and Worcester State.
Division 3: Michaela Goncalves, Case
Goncalves led Case to a South Coast Conference championship and ended Frontier’s rule in the Division 3 state title game. She has a 69-8 career record and is taking her second straight Coach of the Year award.
Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Abigail Criser, Olivia Dannewitz, Taylor Deluga, Anna Kowalski. Falmouth: Jenni Rose DiCecco, Mattie Madsen, Kerry Shanahan. Marshfield: Bridget Bradley. Nauset: Isabel Hansen.
Bay State — Braintree: Mackenzie Hayes. Brookline: Claire Bialek. Framingham: Caitlyn Edmon. Milton: Joanna Needham, Haley O’Brien. Natick: Kiara Killelea. Needham: Jane Fanning, Suela Miloshi. Newton North: Emma Brown, Michelle Legatova, Ashley Wang, Anna Zucchero. Norwood: Krista Bradley, Meghan Reen, Kiki Ryan. Walpole: Abby Hile, Abby Rae, Andrea Traietti. Wellesley: Olivia Kisiday.
Big Three — Brockton: Dakhenesey Marcellus, Gabryella Serrano. Durfee: Barbara Da Cunha Silva, Rafaela Ramos. New Bedford: Jianna Heydt, Janice Leao, Leira Vazquez.
Boston City — Boston English: Melissa Beltre, Carmen Bernabel. Boston International: Anyelina Martinez, Rosa Rodriguez. Brighton: Jessica Collins, Faradia Jolicoeur, Yasmell Rodriguez. Burke: Daniela Fortes Brandon, Johanna Paris, LaJane Young. Charlestown: Leslie Del Carmen, Neosma Ramirez. East Boston: Sabrina Rizzo, Cilianna Tavaras Batista, Marie Vanegas Suarez. Latin Academy: Raven Riggs, Christine Yu. Madison Park: Kiarabel Lopez, Emelyn Matos, Angely Santana. O’Bryant: Florcey Bouquet, Casey Shoulla, Cyerrah Walker. Snowden: Fanta Diakite, Xiao Mei Li, Amy Tieu. South Boston: Savannah Owens. Tech Boston: Tiana Daniel, Jenny Hoang, Keineka Tavares-Gray. West Roxbury: Odalys Abreu Colon, Noemi Ferrera, Elsie Lopez.
Cape Ann — Hamilton-Wenham: Lauren Flynn, Katie Hankin, Tori Vivenzio. Lynnfield: Rebecca Albanese, Melissa Morelli, Katie Nugent, Olivia Pascucci. Masconomet: Brittany Gotts, Brianna Kelly, Olivia Latam. North Reading: Abby D’Orlando, Jenna Forcellese.
Catholic Central — Archbishop Williams: Kyleigh O’Donnell. Arlington Catholic: Alex Ball, Mari Ball, Marie Donovan, Monica Royo. Austin Prep: Catherine Bravo, Lauren Joyce, Nicole Poirer. Bishop Fenwick: Steph Bona, Molly Camelo, Julia Fusco, Sam Mancinelli. Cardinal Spellman: Lauren Carrel, Katelyn Joyce, Julia Maker. Matignon: Leanne Medeiros, Lauren Panzini. St. Mary’s: Grace Fielding.
Catholic Conference — Notre Dame (Hingham): Kathryn Howley.
Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Izzt Ambrosoli, Danielle Beerman, Isabella Larco. Bedford: Julianna Byington, Nicole Kennedy, Natalie Knight. Boston Latin: Molly McGillicuddy. Cambridge: Tenzin Dotsang, Katie Melendez. Concord-Carlisle: Carly Blue, Megan Herr. Lincoln-Sudbury: Heidi Simons, Sophie Twyman. Newton South: Risa Gelles-Watnick, Ella Kim. Waltham: Kristen Cormier, Danielle Joseph. Wayland: Talia Leong. Westford: Angela Alibrandi, Samantha Walter. Weston: Athena Ardila, Mia Ardila, Kayla Lucas.
Greater Boston — Everett: Nyomi Dottin, Isabella Lyles. Malden: Tiffany Tortora. Medford: Shannon Hardy, Abby McCarthy, Samantha Morin. Somerville: Emily O’Regan.
Hockomock — Attleboro: Lexi Pereira. Canton: Emma Murphy, Nicole Poole. Franklin: Madison Kuzio, Erin Skidmore. King Philip: Carly Adams, Amanda Loewen, Sydney Phillips. Mansfield: Jessica Haradon, Megan Hill. Milford: Kelley Reichert, Ally Zagami. North Attleborough: Amelia Murphy. Oliver Ames: Bridget McCarthy. Sharon: Jessica Allen. Stoughton: Valerie Whalen. Taunton: Emily Moor.
Mayflower — Avon: Wilna Louis. Bishop Connolly: Jayda Alves, Lynsey Rodrigues. Blue Hills: Molly O’Leary, Makenna Stimpson. Bristol Aggie: Michelle Randall. Bristol-Plymouth: Kaycee MacDonald, Amanda Prewandoski. Diman: Jewelyn Pacheco. Holbrook: Meghan Kerek, Danielle Mercier. Norfolk Aggie: Catharine Kelly, Julia Pelland, Mel Rielly. Old Colony: Kaylee Glidden, Savannah Lopes. Sacred Heart: Kaitlyn Melchionda, Abby Slavik. South Shore Voc-Tech: Saylor Molineaux, Jade Watts. Southeastern: Kim Hilaire. Tri-County: Samantha Frey, Carolyn MacPherson, Cara Parker. Upper Cape: Alexa Gelson. Westport: Hailey Charest, Alicia Reitano.
Merrimack Valley — Andover: Julia McBride.
Middlesex — Arlington: Ione Heigham. Burlington: Gabrielle Desrochers, Dalena Huynh, Sheila Joyce. Lexington: Andra Doan, Gabrielle Goddard. Melrose: Victoria Crovo, Lily Fitzgerald, Kaitlyn MacInnes, Catherine Torpey. Reading: Meghan Daley, Samantha Perryman, Nikki Wynns. Stoneham: Alexia Gianoulis. Wakefield: Emma Butler. Watertown: Shannon Murphy. Wilmington: Heather Pozzi. Winchester: Christina Hain, Carlina McKinley, Gabby McKinley, Katherine Scully. Woburn: Kellie Smilie.
Northeastern — Danvers: Angela Saggese, Holly Tobin, Shannon Veilleux. Marblehead: Mandy Dumais, Jenny Norcross, Eve Rice. Swampscott: Taylor McBurney. Winthrop: Maddie Faigna’a.
Old Colony — Barnstable: Caroline Brodt, Danielle Derosier, Riley James, Shannon Kennedy-Cabral, Ingrid Murphy, Zoe Slade. Bridgewater-Raynham: Morgan Freiday, Ashley Rose. Dartmouth: Cameron Coelho, Sophie Crane, Victoria LaBree, Lexi Viveiros.
Patriot — Duxbury: Rachel Melampy, Rebecca Melampy, Izzy Murphy, Kerry Pisani, Olivia Siroonian. Hanover: Cassie Calabro. Hingham: Catherine Koenen, Liv LePenske. North Quincy: Remy Aucoin, Isabelle Flaherty, Julia Klincewicz, Sharon Lang. Pembroke: Emily Hall, Sarah L’Italien, Jeanmarie Marshall. Plymouth North: Caitlin Haley. Plymouth South: Savanagh Tiextera. Quincy: Jessica Lei, Danielle Perry. Scituate: Lauren Montgomery. Silver Lake: Margaret Czarniak. Whitman-Hanson: Jordyn Keith.
South Coast — Apponequet: Devan McNeil. Bourne: Alyson Hickey, Leah Hidenfelter. Case: Hailey Armburg, Samantha Borges, Lauren Davidson, Madison Majewski. Fairhaven: Alexis Duarte, Nicole Pike. Greater New Bedford: Tiajia Mills, Alexis Teves, Riley Thomas.
Tri-Valley — Ashland: Natalie Gillis. Bellingham: Maddie Mantegani. Holliston: Julia Dykema. Hopkinton: Amanda Gilbert, Jess Mellor, Rachel Zale. Medfield: Ally Beck, Julia McDevitt, Jess Sturchio, Tina Wagenseller. Medway: Riley Childs, Jessica Jubb. Millis: Hannah Finley. Westwood: Shea Farrell, Allie Morin.
The All-Scholastic girls’ volleyball team was selected by the school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass. leagues. Text by Dan McLoone. Photos by Mark Lorenz.
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