2018 Boston Globe Football All-Scholastics
Wes Rockett, Jake McElroy, Matt McCarthy, Wellington Pereira, Aidan Sullivan, Christos Argyropoulos, Devaun Ford, and Christian Keeling earned Player of the Year honors.
Katherine McElroy, Hannah Curtin, Lexi Rothmann, and Lexi Vaillancourt were named Players of the Year.
Oskar Haeberlein, Abdel Talabi, Gage Fuller, and Joseph Thongsythavong are the Players of the Year.
James Imai of Brookline, Josh Lavallee of Central Catholic, and Christian Emmerich of St. Mary’s are the Players of the Year.
Andover’s Victoria Ambrose and Reading’s Molly Hamlin are the Swimmers of the Year.
Megan Salsinha of Somerset-Berkeley and Shelby Dunn of Dennis-Yarmouth earned Player of the Year honors.
Riley James, Caroline Curley, and Mattison Stuck are the Players of the Year.
Grace Connolly and Sarah Conant were named Athletes of the Year.
Ryan Oosting and Sam Acquaviva are the Athletes of the Year.
TEAM OF THE WEEK
Wayland went 18-0 least season en route to its second straight Division 2 state title.
SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
Senior forward had a goal and an assist — giving him five points through the first two games — for the No. 3 Habormen in a 5-2 win
HS boys’ hockey | Lincoln-Sudbury 8, Concord-Carlisle 3
Angelo Venuto and Tim Duffy scored twice for L-S in 8-3 romp of C-C in Warriors 4 Warriors, Patriots 4 Patriots contest.
BOYS’ BASKETBALL | ATTLEBORO 63, MANSFIELD 62 (OT)
Ciccio hit 1 of 2 free throws to force OT and then hit a pair to beat the defending champs in the extra period.
FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
Sophomore guard leads Catholic Memorial over Bishop Stang, 96-81, at Ron Perry Gymnasium
BOYS’ BASKETBALL | NEEDHAM 64, NATICK 45
With Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker on hand, the Rockets opened the season on a high note.
HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING NOTES
Senior, now competing at 138 pounds, makes a point to learn from his rare defeats
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ HOCKEY NOTES
The leading scorer (12 goals, 25 assists) from last season’s Super 8 champion will center his younger twin brothers, Peter and Joseph, on the Eagles’ top line.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ HOCKEY
Xaverian senior forward Josh Barton, who notched 32 points for the Hawks last season, picked up two goals and three assists in a season-opening win, 7-2, over Needham.
High school girls’ basketball notes
Senior guard’s unique blend of quickness and strength will pose a huge matchup problem for the Wamps’ opposition this season.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
Will Bridewater-Raynham’s Shay Bollin, a 6-foot-2 freshman with multiple D1 college offers, emerge as the state’s best player?
WEDNESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
In her high school debut, senior scored four goals for No. 4 Red Rangers in 7-1 victory over No. 19 Haverhill/Pentucket/North Andover.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ HOCKEY NOTES
Coach Stephanie Wood’s squad was 21-1-2 last season.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ HOCKEY
Shrewsbury captain Delaney Couture had 63 points as a junior.
TUESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
The senior scored a game-high 14 points in a victory over Archbishop Williams
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL NOTES | NATE WEITZER
After starting out at Holliston, then transferring to Lawrence Academy, the 6-foot-1-inch junior guard is seeking a new start at CM.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL | EMass Preview
In a wide open field, who will emerge as leading contenders to win it all? Here’s a look at the challengers.
Curran led all scorers with 27 points, including the winning 3-pointer with four seconds left in 50-48 triumph.
THURSDAY”S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
The 5-foot-8, 140-pound senior guard achieved scoring milestone in stylish fashion in 66-43 victory over Archbishop Williams.
MIAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
While a state-wide tournament is still a possibility in the future, it is not in the cards for the proposal that the TMC will bring to the Board of Directors in January.
Led by the steady hand of 18-year coach John Carroll, NMH has emerged as a national power among prep schools.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
St. John’s Prep topped the football poll, while Somerset Berkley was first in field hockey.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
The University of Michigan recruit is the sixth Everett High player to earn honor since 1985.
The junior center netted a pair of goals, the latter with 47.6 seconds remaining in a 4-3 victory over Haverhill/Pentucket/North Andover.
High Schools | Foot Locker Cross-Country Championships
The 15-year-old Marianapolis Prep sophomore claimed first (17:00.3) in the Foot Locker Cross-Country Championships on Saturday in San Diego, Calif.
The Bridgewater-Raynham freshman had 16 points, 7 rebounds, and 7 steals against Silver Lake.
Eighth annual prep school boys’ basketball tournament at Babson College to feature ISL power Rivers.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Back at his alma mater as a first-year basketball coach, Coleman hopes to bring Charlestown High back to its glory days.
FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
Senior sank five free throws down the stretch, including the go-ahead make with 1:15 left in boys’ basketball win over Governor’s Academy.
MIAA SUPER BOWLS
After winning the Division 1 Super Bowl on Saturday night, the school’s administration chose Frates’s No. 3 jersey to hang at the Patriots Hall of Fame in Foxborough.
State championships for soccer, field hockey, volleyball, swimming, and cross country were decided over the weekend.
High School Football
Eight teams claimed a state championship at Gillette Stadium.
Here is a look at each EMass football team heading into the 2018 season.
Everett’s Mike Sainristil, North Andover’s Jake McElroy, and Mashpee’s Devaun Ford headline a starry cast.
Here are 10 moments from the spring high school sports season that stood out.
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.