2018 Boston Globe Softball All-Scholastics
Taunton’s Kya Enos, Austin Prep’s Logan MacDonald, and Norton’s Kelly Nelson were named Players of the Year.
Notre Dame (Hingham)’s Madison Ahern, Cohasset’s Elle Hansen, and Norwell’s Murphy McDonough earned Player of the Year honors.
Westwood’s Jake Antonucci, BC High’s Will Bowen, and Cohasset’s Will Thomas were named Players of the Year.
Six athletes representing tennis, lacrosse, cross-country, track, and swimming were named.
Acton-Boxborough’s Samantha Friborg was named Athlete of the Year.
Arlington’s Ryan Oosting earned Athlete of the Year honors.
Needham’s Eli Wallace is the Player of the Year.
Ashleigh Parlman of Acton-Boxborough is among the athletes recognized.
Harris Foulkes, Alfredo Gonzalez, and Eric Kruglak are among the athletes honored.
Lunenburg’s Emily Nash is the Player of the Year.
Will Lozano and Joe Viale of state champion Needham are among the players honored.
Jessica Rosenstein and Gabriella Viale of Belmont are among the athletes honored.
Leo Papile’s 16U squad is coming off a tourney championship at Peach Invitational in Georgia.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ LACROSSE
Hockomock League MVP had eight saves to lead Team Shield over Team Hammer, 19-11, in Boston Lax All-American Game.
BC High and Wellesley ended the year No. 1 in boys’ and girls’ lacrosse.
57th Agganis All-Star Football Game
Geoffrey Ingrando of Malden Catholic and Calvin Johnson of St. Mary’s were named game MVPs.
MIAA DIVISION 1 BASEBALL FINAL | NEEDHAM 6, ST. PETER-MARIAN 5 (8 inn).
The Rockets plated four runs in seventh before Alex Luscher ripped a go-ahead double in the eighth to stun St. Peter-Marian.
MIAA DIVISION 3 BASEBALL FINAL | AUSTIN PREP 9, TACONIC 1
The junior lefty fired a two-hitter to lead the Cougars (24-2) to their first championship.
MIAA DIVISION 1 SOFTBALL FINAL | TAUNTON 13, WACHUSETT 2
Junior Alexa White belted a grand slam and her sister, Kelsey, a freshman, went the distance in circle for the 26-2 Tigers.
MIAA DIVISION 1 GIRLS’ LACROSSE FINAL | WELLESLEY 7, WALPOLE 5
Caitlin Chicoski scored twice and the Raiders handed the Rebels their only loss of the season in the Division 1 final.
MIAA D3 GIRLS’ SOFTBALL FINAL | ABINGTON 5, TURNERS FALLS 0
Junior Tori Young pitched a two-hitter as Abington won in its first year in Division 3.
MIAA DIVISION 2 GIRLS’ LACROSSE FINAL | NORWELL 12, BROMFIELD 10
Maddie McDonough fired in 5 goals and her sister, Murphy, scored the clincher as Clippers won third championship in four years.
MIAA DIVISION 4 BASEBALL FINAL | ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS 4, OXFORD 3 (9 inn.)
Sophomore David Ryan produced a two-out, game-tying hit in seventh and the winning RBI single in the ninth for Bishops’ first title since 1995.
MIAA DIVISION 1 BOYS’ LACROSSE | BC HIGH 16, ACTON-BOXBOROUGH 3
Maverick Woods and Aiden Carroll scored four goals each for Eagles (20-3) against Acton-Boxborough.
MIAA D2 BOYS LACROSSE | READING 13, CONCORD-CARLISLE 9
Mike Tobin and Jack Geiger led Reading to its first state championship.
MIAA DIVISION 3 BOYS’ LACROSSE FINAL | COHASSET 10, DOVER-SHERBORN 6
Brothers Will and Gray Thomas netted three goals apiece as the Skippers defeated Dover-Sherborn for their first crown since 2014.
21 state titles were contested in baseball, softball, lacrosse, tennis, volleyball, and rugby.
GLOBE FOUNDATION | RICHARD J. PHELPS SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARDS
The Portland Trail Blazers’ Pat Connaughton, a former basketball and baseball Globe All-Scholastic at St. John’s Prep, spoke to this year’s recipients
MIAA RUGBY FINALS
Cooper Roberts sparked the offense and the Eagles’ defense held firm in a win over previously unbeaten Belmont.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Two years after retiring, 28-year skipper with five Super Bowl titles is determined to return program to prominence.
MIAA DIVISION 2 GIRLS’ SOFTBALL FINAL | GREATER NEW BEDFORD 5, LEICESTER 1
Making her second straight start of the tourney, Madison Camara shut down Leicester on four hits.
Cathedral’s Khalil Blair and Methuen’s Jordan Perdomo sparked a come-from-behind victory.
MIAA Division 1 BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL FINAL | Westfield 3, NEEDHAM 2
The Rockets forced a fifth and deciding set, and came within one point of winning the match and the D1 title, but fell short of the mark.
HIGH SCHOOL TRACK & FIELD
Yale-bound Samantha Friborg (A-B) was the 800-meter champ at All-State meet. Headed to Harvard, Sam Welsh has the longest discus throw in the nation.
MIAA DIVISION 2 BASEBALL FINAL | NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 4, BEVERLY 3
Nick Sinacola spun a complete-game gem (9 strikeouts, 4 hits, 2 walks) and batterymate Zach DeMattio drove in all the runs for the Red Rocketeers (22-2).
MIAA BOYS’ TENNIS FINALS
Brookline shut out Marlborough in Division 1, and Weston rolled over Hopedale in Division 3.
MIAA GIRLS’ TENNIS FINALS
Freshmen Sahana Raman, Ashleigh Parlman and Lindsay Ristaino starred for the Colonials.
Here are 10 moments from the recently completed high school sports season that stood out.
A longtime coach stepping down, a golf controversy, and teams on streaks highlighted the season.
Here’s a look at the scores from around Eastern Mass.
There were many highs Thursday, including the bittersweet retirement of Marshfield coach Lou Silva.
State champions were crowned at Gillette Stadium on Friday and Saturday.
The state finals for boys’ and girls’ soccer, field hockey, girls’ volleyball, cross-country, and swimming were held this weekend.
The Golden Warriors won the first eight events.
The spring season produced magical moments and stirring finishes. Here are 10 that made us take notice.
Scarlet Hawks (25-1) erase 3-0 deficit and Ali Atherton retires 16 of 19 final Wachusett hitters.
There were countless story lines that played out on courts, at rinks, on mats, at tracks, down the slopes, and on the beam this winter.
Dimon Carrigan (21 points, 9 rebounds, 8 blocks) powered the 24-0 Falcons to a second straight title.
Selecting 10 worthy stories from a season of hundreds of compelling storylines is not easy. Here, in no particular order, are 10 that we thought stood out.