2017 Softball All-Scholastics
Milford’s Ali Atherton, Norton’s Kelly Nelson, and Austin Prep’s Logan MacDonald are the Players of the Year.
Mike Vasil, Henry Funaro, Tylor Arruda, Ryan Sliwinski, and Casey Earle were named Players of the Year.
Mikayla Chandler, Cailin Currie, Chris Kimball, Matt Freitas, and Elise Morley earned All-Scholastics honors.
Hayden Frey, Frankie Higgins, and Kilian Morrissey earned Player of the Year honors.
Waltham’s Taylor Pinzone and Cohasset’s Elle Hansen earned Player of the Year honors.
Concord-Carlisle’s Gabrielle Shieh was named Golfer of the Year.
Wayland’s Jack Fletcher earned Player of the Year honors.
Clare Martin of Newton South was named Athlete of the Year.
North Reading’s Erick Duffy was named the Athlete of the Year.
Hanover’s Jeffrey Wheeler and Coleman Lambert and BC High’s Chris Troiano and Ryan Connolly are among the honorees.
Dover-Sherborn’s Max Schuermann was named the Player of the Year.
Mia Wallace of Arlington was named Player of the Year.
Here are the spring 2017 honorees.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
McDonnell, who resigned in April with a “heavy heart,” will return to the Wamps bench in 2017-18 after “a lot of reflection over the last few months.”
The Cambridge basketball star has demonstrated improved offense playing on AAU circuit.
Four athletes of the year — Patrick Flynn (Hanover), Angela Alibrandi (Westford), Amaya Finklea (Noble and Greenough) and Jeff Costello (BB&N) — were also honored.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTEBOOK
The Olympic gold medalist and former National Women’s Soccer League star will start this fall.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
The Bay State’s top senior and junior baseball players will take on Connecticut at Monan Park.
EMass Senior All-Star Baseball Game | North 8, South 5
Greater New Bedford’s Tylor Arruda named outstanding pitcher; Belmont’s Cal Christofori named MVP.
NE BASEBALL CHALLENGE | MASSACHUSETTS VS. CONNECTICUT
Connecticut rolled behind a five-run third and six-run sixth in its 12-3 win.
BOSTON LAX ALL-AMERICAN GAME
The game featuring the top players from the MIAA and the Independent School League went down to the final seconds.
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.
Jordan McAfee threw a pair of touchdown passes for the Crimson Tide (10-2).
The Warriors defeated Reading to capture their first state championship.
In no particular order, here are 10 stories that stood out.