We look back at the moments, in no particular order, that stick out most from this season.
Reading’s Michael Golden and Falmouth’s Erin Hunt are the Coaches of the Year.
Back-to-back state champion Braintree has five honorees on the list.
Catholic Memorial had two players named to this year’s list.
Sebastian Silveira, Andover’s Princeton-bound senior, is the Athlete of the Year.
Cambridge’s Brianna Duncan earned Athlete of the Year honors.
See this winter’s All-Scholastics prep athletes.
Ian Butterbrodt, the all-time winningest wrestler in state history, tops the Wrestlers of the Year list.
Westford’s Brian Poon and Mystics Valley’s Christian Kinnon earned Swimmers of the Year honors.
Claude Valle coached Weston to its first state title, earning him Coach of the Year.
Barnstable won its 11th state title this year.
Tyler Brown, Lewis Nottonson, Cameron Easton, and Sonya Jampel were named Skiiers of the Year.
The Wamps routed Springfield Central to win their second consecutive state title.
CM put away Putnam, 80-70, ending the Beavers’ two-year streak as champions.
Ted McNamara and Brian Groom each scored to put an end to Malden Catholic’s four-year reign as Super 8 champs.
The team has followed lead of enthusiastic second-year coach Roberta Stannard.
The defending Division 1 state champions utilize iStateVball program to break down analyze strengths and weaknesses.
Prep coach Scott Celli calls the 6-foot-8 senior hitter a rare combination of athleticism and height.
The Boston Globe celebrates the best athletes from winter competition.
Some of the top moments of the 2014 fall are recalled in the Globe’s annual All-Scholastic section.