GIRLS VOLLEYBALL ALL-SCHOLASTICS
Nadine Abdat (North Andover)
Lauren Augusto (Dartmouth)
Carrina Barron (Tewksbury)
Danielle Beckerman (Duxbury)
Samantha Driend (Methuen)
Abigail Farrell (Reading)
Ella Gizmunt (Lynnfield)
Madelyn Homer (Oliver Ames)
Lindsay Jones (Barnstable)
Maiwenn Kamdje (Wellesley)
Marissa Kobelski (Andover)
Taylor Lacerda (Franklin)
Anne-Sophie Ouellet (Lincoln-Sudbury)
Grace Presswood (Dennis-Yarmouth)
Courtney Safro (New Mission)
Emily Sawyer (King Philip)
Grace Sorensen (Ipswich)
Hannah Storm (Case)
Emily Sun (Newton South)
Samantha Tam (Needham)
Lauren Tian (Winchester)
Gia Vlajkovic (Melrose)
Abigail Wright (Newton North)
Gabriela Zovko (Bedford)
Chloe Abuto (Burlington)
Natalie Brojek (Attleboro)
Ava Crane (Dartmouth)
Samantha Fleming (Medway)
Ahunna James (King Philip)
Cici Labbe (Ashland)
Fiona LaDigital camera (Norton)
Julia Leonardo (Attleboro)
Sophia Messina (Newburyport)
Amaya Parnell (Lincoln-Sudbury)
Meghan Qualey (Woburn)
Fiona Rigby (Arlington)
Tia Russell (Newton South)
Keira Sweetnam (Marblehead)
Olivia Templeton (Duxbury)
Sadie Wellbeloved (Barnstable)
Ruby Woodward (Winchester)
The senior center blocker collected 220 kills with a career-high 17 kills in late October whereas additionally notching 35 aces on the season. The two-time Herald All-Scholastic, Merrimack Valley Conference First Team All-Conference and MAVCA All-State group member had 326 profession kills (second in program historical past) and 116 profession blocks (third in program historical past). The National Honor Society member will proceed her profession at Bryant University whereas learning Health Sciences.
The senior captain broke the varsity file for many assists in a season with 741 and was named Southeast Conference MVP. The MAVCA All Star and Southeast Conference All Star completed her profession with 1,215 assists. The National Honor Society member and honors pupil will attend Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona, Florida, whereas majoring in Astronomy and Astrophysics within the fall.
A member of the Div. 3 state champion group, Barron was named Merrimack Valley Conference Player of the Year as she completed with 273 kills, 66 aces, 275 digs and 377 serve receptions in her senior marketing campaign. The two-time MAVCA All-State group member and three-time MVC First Team All-Conference member has a number of principal lists and honor rolls. Barron will likely be attending Bryant University to play volleyball.
The two-time Patriot League All Star and Div. 3 MAVCA group member had 193 of her 274 profession kills this season together with 61 of her 93 aces. The senior center hitter completed her profession with 116 blocks. The National Honor Society and four-year honor roll pupil plans to check enterprise at Wake Forest University.
The Merrimack Valley Conference Div. 1 Player of the Year hit 1,000 profession kills with 420 in her senior season. The MVC MVP and MAVCA Div. 1 All-State group member is in all honors courses. The honor roll pupil is seeking to play in faculty whereas majoring in nursing.
The Middlesex League MVP collected 280 of her 590 profession kills this season. The two-time Middlesex League All Star, Div. 2 All-Conference Player and MAVCA All-State Player additionally had 150 profession blocks and 114 profession aces. The two-year senior captain is an honor roll pupil and member of the National Honor Society. Farrell is also a captain for the basketball group and is attending Stonehill to play volleyball and research Education.
The two-time Cape Ann League Player of the Year, two-time AVCA Phenom Watchlist member, four-time CAL first group and two-time MAVCAAll-State group member completed with 419 kills of her 1,202 profession kills (second most in Massachusetts) and 44 whole blocks on the season. One of two AVCA All-Americans out of Massachusetts, the senior additionally had 120 of her 351 profession aces in her senior marketing campaign. The National Honor Society member is undecided about her future plans.
The senior was named Hockomock League MVP with 486 digs to steer the Hockomock. The two-time Hockomock League All Star and two-time MAVCA Div. 2 All-State group member completed her profession with 1,095 digs and 974 receptions. The National Honor Society member and excessive honor roll pupil captains the basketball and softball groups. She will research biochemistry at a four-year faculty that’s undecided presently.
The two-time Cape and Islands All Star and two-time MAVCA All-State group member led Barnstable in hitting and had 197 kills all through the season. The senior captain had 21 of these kills within the Elite Eight victory over Franklin this 12 months. Jones additionally performs lacrosse and her future plans are to be introduced.
The Bay State Conference MVP and All Star First Team member was additionally named MVP of her group. The junior proper aspect outdoors hitter was additionally named Wellesley Athlete of the Week this season. The honor roll pupil plans to play volleyball on the collegiate stage.
The 2022 Merrimack Valley Player of the Year completed with 394 kills and 232 digs this 12 months which is essentially the most kills for a single season in program historical past. The two-time MVC All-Conference First Team member had 747 profession kills, 11 profession blocks and 503 profession digs. The MAVCA All-State group member has earned excessive tutorial honors on the college. The senior additionally performs basketball and plans to play volleyball whereas majoring in enterprise on the collegiate stage.
The three-time Hockomock League First Team member had 195 kills, 43 aces, 198 digs and 194 serve receives this 12 months. The MAVCA All-State member by means of her junior marketing campaign has 485 kills, 97 aces, 659 digs and 652 serve receives.
The senior outdoors hitter notched 600 kills this season. She additionally tallied 500 digs for the Div. 1 state runner up making Warriors this 12 months. The MAVCA All-State participant is undecided about her future plans.
The Cape and Islands MVP, three-time Herald All-Scholastic and four-time Cape and Islands All Star compiled 401 kills, 331 digs, 69 aces and eight blocks in her senior marketing campaign. In 343 profession units, the three-time MAVCA All-State group member tallied 232 aces, 1,061 kills, 1,203 digs and 19 blocks. The honors pupil will play volleyball on the University of Bridgeport.
The Dream Big Player of the Year and Boston Public Schools Athlete of the Year completed as a member of the All City Team. The Boston City League Northern Conference MVP collected six aces, 12 service factors, 15 assists and eight kills in opposition to Cathedral this 12 months.
The senior center hitter completed with 222 kills, 73 aces, 55 toal blocks and 17 digs this 12 months. In her profession, she had 423 kills, a .468 hitting proportion, 90 whole blocks and 73 aces in 157 units performed. The National Honor Society member additionally performs basketball and will likely be taking part in volleyball at Sacred Heart University subsequent 12 months.
The Cape Ann League co-MVP had 218 kills, 153 digs and 91 aces as Ipswich gained the Div. 4 state title. With 446 kills, the senior captain and Cape Ann League First Team All Star collected essentially the most kills in program historical past. Her 292 profession digs is high three all-time in Ipswich historical past as properly. She is dedicated to taking part in volleyball at Bryant University.
The two-time South Coast Conference All Star and two-time MAVCA All-State group member had 627 kills and 454 digs in her profession. The South Coast Conference MVP had 292 of these kills this season as Case fell in 5 units within the Div. 4 state remaining. The junior outdoors hitter is an honor roll pupil and is wanting to enter nursing whereas persevering with to play volleyball.
The AVCA All-Region group member and two-time Dual County League All Star blossomed this season with 560 of her 1,470 assists whereas additionally amassing 95 of her 220 profession kills. The senior setter was additionally named part of the MAVCA Div. 1 All-State group. The AAU Volleyball National Academic All-American Award winner additionally gained the AVCA Best and Brightest First Team Award this season.
The Bay State Herget MVP completed with 42 aces, 257 kills and 134 digs this season. The two-time Herald All Scholastic, two-time Bay State All Star and two-time MAVCA All-State group member aided Needham to a 2021 Div. 1 state title her sophomore season. The junior outdoors hitter is a member of the National Honor Society and is undecided about her future plans.
The three-time Middlesex League All Star and 2021 Middlesex League MVP notched 288 kills in her senior marketing campaign. The outdoors/proper aspect hitter was additionally named to the Middlesex League All-Conference group this season and completed her profession with 862 kills and 130 aces. The two-time MAVCA All-State choice is a National Honor Society member and plans on being a pre-med pupil within the fall.
The Middlesex League MVP and two-time Middlesex League All Star had 338 kills and 70 digs on the season. The senior captain collected 514 kills, 127 digs and 206 assists in her profession. The two-year basketball captain will likely be learning enterprise at Northeastern within the fall.
With 335 kills, 39 aces and a .320 hitting proportion for her senior season, the skin hitter helped the Tigers win the Div. 1 state title. The honor roll pupil additionally performs basketball and was a Herald All-Scholastic final 12 months for that. She will likely be persevering with her training and basketball profession at Harvard subsequent 12 months.
The Dual County League Player of the Year averaged a triple-double with 17 kills, 15 digs and 11 assists per sport and completed with a program file 109 aces in a single season. The former DCL MVP and two-time MAVCA All-State group member collected 1,122 assists, 321 aces, 586 digs, 615 kills, a .280 hitting proportion and 109 blocks for her profession. The four-time Dual County League All-Star is an honor roll pupil and is the one Bedford athlete to play in two state semi-finals in numerous sports activities. She is dedicated to play volleyball at Sacred Heart.
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Abigail Wright, Alexa Marucci, Chloe Lee (Newton North); Maiwenn Kamdje, Grace Allen (Wellesley); Bree Bacon, Mackenzie Chin (Brookline); Samantha Tam, Evie Lockwood-Mullaney, Izzy Streeper (Needham); Caroline Heelen, Molly Shea, Stephanie Needham (Milton); Maddie Lewis, Ava Harless, Gretta Mackintosh (Natick); Ellie Lane (Walpole); Alana Sinclair (Braintree)
MVP: Samantha Tam, Maiwenn Kamdje
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Hannah Collins, Kelly Hoffman (Latin Academy); Flor Piron Segura (Boston International); Sheena Lafalasise (Brighton); CeCe Carmona, Melanie Teixeira (Burke/Dearborn); Luisa Barros (CASH); Wenday Bobas (Charlestown); Cindy Alfaro (East Boston); Nadeline Cruz (English); Elianny Taveras (Excel); Jada Baez (Madison Park); Sumaya Barre, Diana Faustin, Liselott Fermin, Courtney Sarfo (New Mission); Kandace Aikens, Karen Huynh, Grace Lloyd (O’Bryant); Amanda Chan, Jannat El Jamal, Jessica Patrone (Snowden); Empress Nordeus (Tech Boston)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Courtney Sarfo
CAPE AND ISLANDS
ATLANTIC: Sadie Wellbeloved, Lindsay Jones, Molly Gleason, Molly Fredo, Logan Hurwitz (Barnstable); Grace Presswood, Vivian Castano, Ellen Swanson, Eliana Castano (Dennis-Yarmouth); Mia Mulcahy, Ella McCabe (Sandwich)
MVP: Grace Presswood
LIGHTHOUSE: Chloe Marrero, Kalina Natcheva, Kacey Riseborough, Viktoria Todorova (Nantucket); Olivia Zapolski, Molly Pulit, Sophia Tropeano, Rosanna Sullivan (St. John Paul); Izzy Rudy, Natalie Fredriksen (Sturgis East); Brodie Gerlach (Sturgis West); Sara Padden (Rising Tide)
MVP: Chloe Marrero, Sophia Tropeano
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
Grace Sorensen, Addison Pillis, Carolyn Bailey, Kendra Brown (Ipswich); Sophia Messina, Lily LeDuc, Vive Godtfredsen, Emma Foley (Newburyport); Ella Gizmunt, Giulianna Guarracino, Celia Carbone (Lynnfield); Amber Scanlon, Grace Roebuck, Gaby Campbell (Hamilton-Wenham); Abigail Gerber, Kaitlin Murnane (North Reading); Lexirose Aulson (Georgetown); Ava Snyder (Pentucket); Emma Campbell, Kendall Liebert (Triton)
MVP: Ella Gizmunt, Grace Sorensen, Abigail Gerber
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Regan Gill, Julia Webster, Charlotte Skulte (Bishop Feehan); Amelia Carey, Gabby Costa, Ava Loud (Cardinal Spellman); Noran Svendsen, Natalie Dougherty, Addison O’Donovan (Arlington Catholic); Helene Phelan (Bishop Fenwick); Catherine Berlo, Maggie Lynch (Archbishop Williams); Darian Dias, Mae Lima (Bishop Stang); Loryness Suriel (St. Mary’s); Caroline Fiorenzio, Brigid Murphy, Xela Wine (Matignon); Alexis Belizaire, Keiana Queen, Anny Navarro (Cathedral); Neve James (Cristo Rey); Allie Cedrone (St. Joseph Prep)
Faith Rhodes, Ava Norton, Carly Tarantola (Ursuline); Grace Burgoyne, Olivia Flaherty (Notre Dame Hingham); Anne Harrington, Gia Polci (Malden Catholic); Abby Coughlin (Fontbonne); Catherine Consigli (Mt. Alvernia)
COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
UPPER: Destinee DeJarnette, Elsa Richards, Christine Mbachi, Kaylin Potter (Essex Tech); Esmeralda Rojas, Danna Cabreja (Greater Lawrence); Nellie Chan, Yasmin Braga (Greater Lowell); Ava Samataro, Ellen McMahon (Lowell Catholic); Natalie Palma, Lexi Beacom (Mystic Valley); Gabrialla DiSalvo, Cade Barron (Shawsheen); Nathalia Clinton, Hannah Azzari (Whittier)
MVP: Destinee DeJarnette
LOWER: Adriana Taboucherani, Laura Havey, Eva Brodnick (Fellowship); Sadie Coleman-Plourde, Casey Dubios, Emily Garcia, Melanie Bouzan (Innovation); Jaynie Maestre, Erinma Nwoke (KIPP); Abeline Calixte, Maria Groscos (Lynn Tech); Kirsten Veazie, Morgan Vieira (Northeast); Gabrielle Hardy, Elizabeth McKnelly (Notre Dame); Cody Buckley, Jocelyn Soly (Nashoba Tech)
MVP: Adriana Taboucherani, Sadie Coleman-Plourde
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
THORPE: Anne-Sophie Ouellet, Amaya Parnell, Joyce Lu, Emma Agne, Maddie Gulko (Lincoln-Sudbury); Tia Russell, Emily Sun, Anna Julia Silva, Stephanie Saloum (Newton South) Eva Shudt, Anna Sweeney, Lauren Freiss (Concord-Carlisle); Chloe Hertman, Olivia Pucillo, Josie Hanlon (Acton-Boxboro); Mia Rose, Catherine Crane (Westford Academy); Sofia Klumb (Cambridge Rindge and Latin)
FOLEY: Eva Harvey, Teagan Yuen, Vera Jacobson (Boston Latin);Fielding Mayhough, Katya Marchant, Riley Huml (Weston); Katie Heller, Elora Syed (Bedford); Ella Zachery, Ellena Liu (Wayland); Sophie Hilbrunner (Waltham)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Gabriela Zovko
GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE
Gabriela De La Rosa, Ayra Vranic, Kelren Fernandes Dias, Tassya DaCosta (Revere); Isabella Seccareccio, Sophia Purifory (Medford); Anna Yak, Rachel Lin (Malden); Jasmine Maradiaga Varela, Guidaysis Castro Santiago (Chelsea); Mekayla Poisson (Lynn Classical); Emma Benevento (Somerville); Nicole Brandao (Everett); DJ Chim (Lynn English)
MVP: Tassya DaCosta
Julia Leonardo, Natalie Brojek (Attleboro); Jess Wright, Zoe Scibelli (Canton); Alyssa Cloherty (Foxboro); Taylor Lacerda, Makyala Kuykendall (Franklin); Emily Sawyer, Ahunna James, Sami Shore (King Philip); Elyssa Buchanan (Mansfield); Aliza Syed (Milford); Mariah Barbosa (North Attleboro); Maddie Homer, Sarah Hilliard, Clare Kavolius (Oliver Ames); Emily Coplan (Sharon); Maya Ashu (Stoughton); Hayley Krockta (Taunton)
MVP: Maddie Homer
MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
LARGE: Lindsey Moniz, Hannah Martin, Sarah Moniz (Diman); Amy Freitas, Faith Boutin, Callie Schweitzer (Tri-County); Madelyn Easterday, Nevaeh Sullivan (Bristol-Plymouth); Wenwu Akoi (Southeastern); Dalia Keefe (Blue Hills)
MVP: Lindsey Moniz, Amy Freitas
SMALL: Gemma Geisler, Hannah Nota, Mia Bradshaw (South Shore); Taegan Matthew, Alanna Hobbs (Norfolk Aggie); Ana Rolfe, Hailey Kirker (Cape Cod Tech); Colleen McCarthy (Bristol Aggie); Alyssa Couto (Old Colony); Ella Kerrigan (Upper Cape)
MVP: Gemma Geisler
COMPREHENSIVE: Alexa Gately, Hannah Smith, Julia Holland (West Bridgewater); Kyleigh Finglas, Taylor Perry (Westport); Mary Walker, Alyssa Slamin (Holbrook); Samantha O’Leary (Bishop Connolly); Valencia Jean (Avon)
MVP: Brooke Robichaud, Kyleigh Finglas
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
Marissa Kobelsi, Sophia Miele, Sophia Pierce (Andover); Abigail Downs, Aiden Arsenault (Billerica); Chance Drewicz (Chelmsford); Mia Ferrer Valdez, Gabby Burdier, Emmerson Cerasuolo (Haverhill); Samantha Driend, Carolina Rodriguez, Sydney Chalupa (Methuen); Nadie Abdat, Anna Wong (North Andover); Carrina Barron, Ava Fernandes, Kiley Kennedy, Tori Rowe (Tewksbury)
MVP: Marissa Kobelski, Samantha Driend, Carrina Barron
LIBERTY: Lauren Tian, Ruby Woodward, Gabi Williams, Margo Kaduson (Winchester); Sophia Furxhi, Meghan Qualey, Brianna Liu (Woburn); Isabelle Radojevic (Belmont); Abby Farrell, Evie Taylor (Reading); Fiona Rigby (Arlington); Maeve McCurdy (Lexington)
MVP: Abby Farrell
FREEDOM: Gia Vlajkovic, Chloe Gentile, Sadie Jaggers, Ruth Breen, Emma Desmond (Melrose); Chloe Abuto, Grace Seaman, Ula Rinkeviciute (Burlington); Christa Imbriano (Wakefield); Maddie McCarron (Wilmington); Gianna Scourletis (Stoneham); Nina Paquette (Watertown)
MVP: Gia Vlajkovic
Mya Perron, Natalie Reynolds, Abby Ruggieri, Nikki Erricola (Beverly); Keira Sweetnam , Isabel Wabno, Caitlin Parkman, Julia Potvin (Marblehead);
Vanessa Latam, Camryn Wettstone, Katherine Faddis, Abby Filmore, Sydney Draper (Masconomet) ; Isabel Bettencourt, Abby Bettencourt, Lizzy Bettencourt, Lauryn Mendonca (Peabody); Ava Newton (Danvers); Jamila Oriakhi, Anastasia Hayes, Sofia Comfort (Swampscott); Sara Degennaro, Hanna Essaouabi (Winthrop); Diana Sosa-Martinez, Ashleigh Moore (Saugus); Cristal Serverino Fabian (Salem)
MVP: Keira Sweetman
KEENAN: Chloe Antaya, Dannielle Beckerman, Schuyler Cerow, Olivia Templeton (Duxbury); Mathilde Megard, Nora Schulze, Alex Kennedy (Hingham); Kaitlyn Montgomery, Olivia Mackinnon (Plymouth North); Gracey Gorman (Whitman-Hanson); Aaliyah Lopes (Marshfield); Kelsey Grindle (Silver Lake)
MVP: Nora Schulze
FISHER: Jennifer Lee, ZiXian Situ, Olivia Bailey, Ava Bryan (North Quincy); Annika Schmitt, Bridget Hoare, Tiffany Le (Quincy); Lydia Pierce,
Lenox Garron-Ciberay (Plymouth South); Bridget Thompson (Scituate); Meghan Wu (Pembroke); Isabella Pineau (Hanover)
MVP: Jennifer Lee
SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE
Delaney Jacobsen (Apponequet); Sarah Sweeney (Bourne); Olivia Silva, Jamie Moniz, Hannah Storm (Case); Lucy Latour (Dighton-Rehoboth); Abigail Thomas (Fairhaven); Lilly Misay, Moriah Baptista (Greater New Bedford); Ella Soutter, Aubrie Letourneau, Emma Van Ness (Old Rochester); Abigail Vieira (Somerset Berkley); Fredi Gakidis (Wareham)
MVP: Hannah Storm
Lauren Augusto, Ava Crane, Adeline Ablett, Gaby Velazquez, Erynn Jasparro (Dartmouth); Kayla O’Hara, Julia Aker, Nina Savino (Bridgewater-Raynham); Jasmine Caine, Lauren Kuchar, Alexis Layne (Durfee); Jazlynn Pang (Brockton)
MVP: Lauren Augusto
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
Margaret Hardy, Maiya Johnson, Hannah Tirrell (Abington); Amanda Byron, Nina Desroches, Julia Grimes (Carver); Piper Bradbury, Mia Brunaccini, Caitlyn Gallagher (East Bridgewater); Paige Rooney (Middleboro); Madison David, EJ Guarachie, Sarah Pegurri, Izzy Woodman (Norwell); Sydney Blaney, Nayla Chaves, Maggie Elie, Kiara Miguel (Rockland)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Sarah Pegurri, Maggie Elie
Yvette Easton, Cara McManus, Laurence Stokes, Kerin Jacobs (Westwood); Priscilla Dos Santos (Norwood); Abby Hebert, Abbie Hardenbrook (Hopkinton); Mia Quinzani (Holliston); Taylor Simpson, Cici Labbe, Siri Bacchina (Ashland); Kaelyn Larkin (Medfield); Samantha Fleming, Mary Keating, Bridget Haddigan (Medway); Fiona LaDigital camera, Kate Andy, Chloe Carter, Sophia Santangelo (Norton); Priscilla Pouliot (Dedham); Meredith Gatz, Maryn Cyr (Millis); Sophia Soto, Maya Jackson (Bellingham)
MVP: Samantha Fleming, Fiona LaDigital camera