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2016 Preps All-Scholastics


Courtney Cashman, Governor’s Academy, softball

Cashman finishes the school year as a field hockey and softball MVP, as well as Governor’s second leading all-time scorer in basketball. This spring she hit for .806. She was the Globe’s Athlete of the Year and will attend UMass-Lowell.

Tess D’Orsi, St. Mark’s, lacrosse

ISL MVP, All New England, and All-American are just some of the honors D’Orsi has accumulated during her career. This spring she had 70 goals and 33 assists to finish her career with 226 goals, 173 assists. She’ll attend Princeton.

Maddie Dewire, Milton Academy, tennis

A repeat All-Scholastic, Dewire has been the ISL MVP for three years, the team MVP for four years, and New England champion for three years. An honors student, she’ll continue her tennis career at Amherst College.


Emma Fitzgerald, Thayer, track

The Wisconsin-bound senior was a master of every event and broke at least one school record in every meet she competed in this spring. She cleared 5-9 in the high jump, 19-1.5 in the long jump, and was a 27-time All-American.

Khalfani Green, St. Paul’s, track

Green was the ISTA champion in the 400, 300 hurdles, 4 x 400 relay and took second place in the triple jump, scoring 38 out of a possible 40 points. A junior, he was named an All New England athlete. He also plays football.

Jack Harlan, Lawrence Academy, baseball

The senior lefty went 5-1 this spring with a 1.00 ERA. In 41.2 innings pitched he struck out 51. Over his career, he went 15-9 with a 2.15 ERA. He’s a three-time ISL All-Star and captain this spring. He’ll attend Columbia.

Demitri Jackson, Lawrence Academy, track

The senior dominated the javelin this spring, winning the ISL championship and finishing second in the New Englands. His career best throw was 196-6. Jackson was on the honor roll every year and he will attend Brown.


Sasa Jovanovic, Thayer, tennis

The senior was undefeated in singles this spring, earning ISL co-MVP honors. For her career she lost just two singles matches. A high honors student, she runs cross-country in the fall. She’ll play tennis at Bowdoin.

Julia Keith, Governor’s, lacrosse

The starting goalie the last four years, Keith graduates with ISL and All-American honors. The team captain finished the season with a 50.2 save percentage. She also played field hockey and ran track and will attend Middlebury.

Brittany Raphino, Thayer, track

Raphino joins teammate Emma Fitzgerald in earning ISL MVP honors. Just a freshman, she was undefeated in the 100, including winning the ISL and New England championships. She also won the ISL 200 title.

Jack Roberts, Nobles, golf

Roberts combined a third-place finish at the ISL championships (a 74 at Renaissance in Haverhill) with an 11-1-1 regular-season record to earn ISL MVP honors. A junior, he was also goalie and captain of the Nobles soccer team.

David Rogers, Rivers, golf

Despite being a freshman, Rogers already has made his mark at the Weston school. The ISL MVP went 11-1-1 in the league, 13-2-1 overall. His 74 in the league championship put him third. He’s in his second year playing for Rivers.

Harry Shepherd, St. George’s, tennis

The Ridgewood, N.J., native compiled a 29-1 set record (14-0-1 match record) in singles and a 13-2 doubles record at the No. 1 position. He finishes as the ISL MVP and the New England Class A champ. He’ll attend Emory.


Matthew Tabor, Milton Academy, baseball

The ISL MVP led his team to the ISL co-championship this spring. He finished with a 1.07 ERA with 45 strikeouts in 45 innings while allowing just 19 hits. A junior, he’s verbally committed to play at Elon University.

William Weitzel, Roxbury Latin, lacrosse

Weitzel was one of the top defenders in New England, earning the ISL MVP award along with All-American honors. Weitzel had 10 goals and two assists, and won 81 career games. He’ll play lacrosse at Yale.


Ryan Dumont, Landmark, track

A junior, Dumont placed first in the triple jump and long jump at the EIL championships. He personally scored 32.5 points for Landmark at the EIL meet, helping his team repeat as champions. He also runs cross-country.

Allison Falvey, Pingree, tennis

The Pingree sophomore earned EIL MVP honors after a season in which she went undefeated at first singles. She’s also a two-time state champion for USTA team tennis as well a member of the Pingree volleyball and basketball teams.

Samantha Gibson, Lexington Christian, softball

Now a two-time All-Scholastic, Gibson returns after a spring in which she went 11-2 with a 1.45 ERA. At the plate she hit .686 with 4 homers and 30 RBIs. A member of the National Honor Society, she’ll attend Florida Southern.

Kirby Heffrin, Pingree, lacrosse

The senior broke the Pingree all-time scoring record with 90 points. A four-year lacrosse player, she was team captain this spring. Heffrin was also captain of the varsity ski team. She’ll attend Connecticut College.


Kaitlin Kolb, Winsor, track

The one and only seventh grader on the Prep team, Kolb earned her spot by winning three events at the EIL championships. She was first in the 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, and the long jump. Led by Kolb, Winsor won the EIL title.

Raimundo Riojas, Portsmouth Abbey, tennis

A repeat All-Scholastic selection, the Guatemala native played first singles and was undefeated in league play the last two years, including a 10-0 mark this spring. He’s also a two-year team captain and member of the All-State team.

Gabe Stearns, Landmark, baseball

The shortstop hit .385 while leading the team in RBIs with a .666 on-base percentage. He also pitched and had a 2.00 ERA with 21 strikeouts in 18 innings. He played soccer and basketball and will attend Maine Maritime.

Conor White, Pingree, lacrosse

The junior goalie finished the season with a save percentage of 82, good enough to earn All-American honors and the EIL MVP award. White and Pingree are two-time NE champs and he’s a three-time EIL All-Star. He’ll attend Hobart.


Adele MacEwen, Waring, lacrosse

MacEwen scored 50 goals and had 11 assists this year to complete her career with 132 goals and 41 assists for a total of 173 points. As a senior captain, MacEwen helped her team win back-to-back IGC titles. She’ll attend Vassar.

Shannon O’Brien, Landmark, softball

Just a freshman but she’s already the top softball player in the IGC. O’Brien hit .645 this spring and struck out an average of 10.5 per game. She also plays soccer and enjoys sailing and is a Babe Ruth Hall of Fame All-Star.



Jared Finn, Gann Academy, baseball

Gann’s senior shortstop earned MBIL MVP honors after a season in which he hit .542. The team co-captain, Finn led Gann in hits, extra-base hits, and stolen bases. He finishes as a three-time MBIL All-Star and he’ll attend Brown.

Nate Friedman, Brimmer & May, tennis

Friedman concludes seven years of playing tennis for the Chestnut Hill school. This spring he went 9-1 at first singles and earned MVP honors in the MBIL. For his career, he’s a three-time MVP. He’ll attend UMass-Lowell.

Xavier Hardmon, Chapel Hill, lacrosse

The sophomore midfielder earned MBIL co-MVP honors scoring 107 goals with 14 assists. An honor roll student, he hopes to continue playing lacrosse in college. He also wrestles in the winter and was third in the MBIL.

Sara Jaye, Gann Academy, tennis

Gann’s team captain, Jaye played No. 1 or No. 2 singles this spring and finished her career as a four-year varsity player at the Waltham school. Gann won the IGC tennis title in three of the past four years. She’ll attend Vermont.

Jacob Vaneck, Waring, lacrosse

The senior attack and midfielder was named MBIL co-MVP after scoring 43 goals and assisting on 32. The captain, Vanech is a three-time MBIL All-Star and finished his career with 101 goals. He’ll attend the Univ. of New England.


Kristina Haghdan Phillips Andover, softball

The junior co-captain led her team to a 19-2 record this spring. A pitcher and outfielder, she hit .456 with 16 RBIs and nine stolen bases. In the circle, she went 12-1 with a 0.37 ERA. When not pitching, she played center field.

John Simourian, Phillips Andover, baseball

The senior captain and catcher led Andover to an 18-3 record and its 10th Central New England Prep title. Simourian was the Central New England MVP after hitting a league best .493 with 18 RBIs. He’ll attend Georgetown.



 Baseball — Bancroft: Jesse Braith, Jordan Papula. Beaver Country Day: Ben Lewis. Berwick: Ryan Sullivan. Concord Academy: Essex Gall. Landmark: Ryan Bottis, Max Olmsted, Gabe Stearns, Zach Wilcox. Lexington Christian: Dillon Koster. Pingree: Mike Femia, Zachary Mitchell, Jake Spaulding. Portsmouth Abbey: Dominic Cappadona, Frank Rybicki, Nick Vallone.

 Softball — Bancroft: Alyssa Shear. Berwick: Anna Cosentino, Raegan Kelly. Dana Hall: Kim Musco, Stephanie Simon. Lexington Christian: Abigail Broadhurst, Victoria Cusanello, Samantha Gibson, Zian Perez, Shaelyn Roys. Newton Country Day: Ambar Cox, Delia Levine. Pingree: Cara Cahill. Portsmouth Abbey: Lucia Billings, Jocelyn Varieur, Tyler White. Winsor: Sarah Condon, Elisa Gliklish, Abigail Simon.

 Boys’ lacrosse — Bancroft: Steve Roche. Beaver Country Day: Jabari Johnson, Noah Zakarian. Berwick: Brad Simas, Sam Twombly, Byron Welch. Concord Academy: Phil Thompson. Landmark: Ryan Kenney, Shane McClure. Lexington Christian: Alec Citrano, Peter Walsh. Pingree: Anthony Forziati, Ryan Lovell, Arjen Streegstra, Maxx Trotsky, Conor White. Portsmouth Abbey: Teddy Fenton, Joe Jannotta, Seamus O’Connor, George Sturgis.

 Girls’ lacrosse — Beaver Country Day: Annabelle Fulton. Berwick: Tenya Adams, Caroline Hernon, Siobhan McDermott. Concord Academy: Nina Callahan. Dana Hall: Caroline Heiland, Jessica Hunnewell, Alina Ryan, Attabelle Wasniewski. Lexington Christian: Meaghan Hayes. Newton Country Day: Elizabeth Warner, Charlotte Wynn. Pingree: Gabrielle Assad, Kirby Heffrin, Erin Jane, Anna Kaneb, Hannah Marino, McKenzie Vasque. Portsmouth Abbey: Kate Hughes, Lena Kerno, Maddie Villareal. Winsor: Madison Lehman, Samantha Plante, Charlotte Pollard.

 Boys’ track — Concord Academy: Nathan Gamble. Landmark: Harry Coward, Ryan Dumont, Kevin Richardson. Pingree: Ezekiel Ebieshuwa, Daniel Massillon. Portsmouth Abbey: John Billings, James Briand, Ryan Madden, Scott Powell, Marcel Smith, Adam Suh.

 Girls’ track — Bancroft: Emily Berthiaume, Shanez’e Johnson. Pingree: Taylor Casale, Courtney Dowd, Charlotte Esty, Lauretta Imuze, Julia McLaughlin, Alexa Peters. Portsmouth Abbey: Johanna Appleton, Max Bogan, Malia Mantz, Amanda Saliba. Winsor: Sophia Copeman, Kaitlin Kolb, Julia Lester, Talia Ruxin.

 Boys’ tennis — Beaver Country Day: Ford Chope, Jerome Edwards, Wyatt Hill, Jesse Roberts, Jason Waldman, Sam Waldman. Concord Academy: Jackson Boyle, Leighton Gray, Colin Regenauer. Pingree: Nate Johnson. Portsmouth Abbey: Oliver Ferry, Ludovico Gallo, Teddy O’Connor, Raimundo Riojas, Cristobal Thomas Carranza.

 Girls’ tennis — Bancroft: Duru Cosar. Dana Hall: Jackie Hayre-Perez, Audrey Lee, Susana Maheras, Rachel O’Brien. Newton Country Day: Christina Conforti, Emily Dubuque. Pingree: Allison Falvey.


 Baseball — Belmont Hill: Robert Cronin, AJ DiFillipo, Brendan Rocha. Brooks: Gavin Cann. BB&N: James Allan, Zeke Berg, Jeff Costello, Matt Trettub, Nate Wolf. Governor’s Academy: Ryan Day, John Doyle, Graham McOsker, Shane Smith. Groton: Ward Betts. Lawrence Academy: Josh Garber, Jack Harlan, Liam O’Sullivan. Middlesex: Mike Doherty. Milton Academy: Ryan Allen, Isaac Fossas, Buddy Mrowka, Matthew Tabor. Nobles: Philip Barnett, Sam Rowley. Rivers: Billy Shea. Roxbury Latin: Joe Lomuscio, Mike Rounds. St. George’s: Josh Winkler. St. Mark’s: Nick Murray. St. Paul’s: Chapin Bassi. St. Sebastian’s: Sean Harrington, Tommy Seiel. Thayer: Kyle Peterson, Cole Roland.

 Softball — Brooks: Bridget Cifuni, Gabi Hillner. BB&N: Shannon Griffin, Sara Lopez-Wheeler, Rowan Park. Governor’s Academy: Courtney Cashman, Chloe Quigley. Lawrence Academy: Adeline McCullough, Kaitlyn Rooney. Milton Academy: Ashley Adelberg, Charlie Guscott. Nobles: Courtney Collins-Pisano, Morgan Hartranft, Taylor Mercuri. Rivers: Missy Segall. St. George’s: Erika Martin. St. Mark’s: Micky Cox. St. Paul’s: Taryn Collins, Isabel Stoddard. Thayer: Amanda Gilmour.

 Boys’ lacrosse — Roxbury Latin: William Weitzel.

 Girls’ lacrosse — BB&N: Maia Noyes. Governor’s Academy: Alaina Burgess, Erin Daly, Julia Keith. Groton: Anna Thorndike. Middlesex: Emma Fehnel. Milton Academy: Jennifer Feeney, Cassidy Warwick. Nobles: Tori Chanenchuk, Tess Dupre. Rivers: Caroline Phelps. St. Mark’s: Tess D’Orsi, Kara Finnerty, Emma Plumb, Lillian Stout. St. Paul’s: Lindsey Reynolds.

 Boys’ tennis — St. George’s: Harry Shepherd.

 Girls’ tennis — Governor’s Academy: Lily Everett. Groton: Sunny Chai, Maddy Forbess. Milton Academy: Maddie Dewire. Rivers: Ali Hickey. St. Mark’s: Grace Conrad. Thayer: Sasa Jovanovic, Michaela Markuart.

 Boys’ track — Belmont Hill: Ugo Anuonyemere, Jamie Feinberg. Governor’s Academy: Alex Berzansky, Liam McDonough. Lawrence Academy: AJ Dillon, Demitri Jackson. Milton Academy: Julien Branch. St. Paul’s: Peri Donaldson, Khalfani Green, Liam Jordan, William Mackintosh, Jeffri Schmidt. Thayer: Owen Drometer.

 Girls’ track — Groton: Montana Riggs. Middlesex: Emily Arnold, Megan Seymour. Milton Academy: Jen Costa, Cianna O’Flaharty, Kalie Tyler, Lily Wright. St. George’s: Toni Woods-Maigan. St. Paul’s: Lauren Henderson, Sydney Pogue, Emily Soule. Thayer: Emma Fitzgerald, Liz Huschle, Annie Huycke, Cassie Kearney, Megan Langenhagen, Abby Osmanski, Brittany Raphino, Casey Rothschild.

 Boys’ golf — BB&N: Chris Bornhorst, Andrew DiPetrillo, Alex Yun. Middlesex: Kevin McGrath. Milton Academy: Mateen Tabatabaei. Nobles: Jack Roberts. Rivers: David Rogers. St. George’s: AJ Chicharro, Nick Sexeny. St. Sebastian’s: Andrew Giachetto, Andrew Michienzi, Alejandro Soto.


 Softball — Brimmer & May: Xiomara Nunez. Chapel Hill: Juliette Dent, Mami Hayashi, Aria Rodney, Savannah Williams. Gann Academy: Abigail Akiba, Jayme Callum, Alyssa Kruglak, Chelsea Todtfeld. Landmark: Kaitlin Fraga, Shannon O’Brien. Montrose: Mary Korzeniowski.

 Girls’ lacrosse — Waring: Adele MacEwen.


 Baseball — Boston Trinity: Isaiah Yim, Joey Yim. Brimmer & May: Jack Donnelly, Matt Hastings, Grant Iuliano, Jacob Quiles. Cambridge Weston: Josh Hyams. Gann Academy: Jared Finn, Tyler Gilman, Josh Hurwitz. Newman School: Nick Alexander, Paul Alguero.

 Boys’ lacrosse — Boston Trinity: Gilmathan del Valle, Jared Heller, Matthew Park. Chapel Hill: Xavier Hardmon, Minh Ngo. Gann Academy: Ben Edry, Zach Schwartz. Waring: Mike Ballin, Liam Boyd, Josh Gabbay, Jacob Vaneck.

 Boys’ tennis — Boston Trinity: Herbert Zhao. Brimmer & May: Nate Friedman. Cambridge Weston: Noah DeMott, Leaf Fagerberg, Sam Rueter. Gann Academy: Eric Kruglak, Adam Lipsey, Ben Simon. Newman School: Alex Teodorescu.

NEPSAC all-stars

 Softball — Cushing: Darice Wheeler. Holderness: Mikayla Stolar. Kimball Union: Shea Rulon. Landmark: Shannon O’Brien. New Hampton: Jayne Lewis, Sam Shamberger. Phillips Andover: Colby Bere, Hillary Dole, Erin Gallo, Kristina Haghdan. Phillips Exeter: Lauren Fidelak, Ella Johnson. Tabor: Karen Monahan. Tilton: Morgan LeBaron. Worcester Academy: Morgan Mordini.