Herald All-Scholastic area hockey staff
BRIANNA BARRETT, LYNNFIELD
A four-year starter on the varsity and two-time captain, Barrett helped the Pioneers get to the Div. 2 North semifinal with a 16-Four-1 document. She completed the yr with 4 objectives and 10 assists to earn a Cape Ann First-Workforce All-Star choice in addition to an invitation to the Better of 60 Senior All-Star Recreation. Barrett will proceed her area hockey profession at Virginia Commonwealth College.
CHRISTINA CALANDRA, MANCHESTER-ESSEX
A four-year varsity starter, Calandra put the ending touches on a stellar profession as she earned Cape Ann League Participant of the Yr honors after boasting an 89% save proportion and simply Zero.35 objectives towards common. With 12 shutouts for the Hornets in 2018, she ended her profession with 52. Calandra will proceed her area hockey profession at Maryland subsequent fall.
CAMI CROOK, SOMERSET BERKLEY
Criminal was a key element to the 23-1 document and Div. 1 state championship title run because the sophomore medfielder completed the season with 17 objectives and 45 assists. The midfielder was named to the South Coast Convention All-Star group for the primary time. She can also be a member of the basketball and monitor & subject groups.
LILY DEPEW, ACTON-BOXBORO
A lockdown defender, Depew’s efforts helped to spice up Acton-Boxboro to a 17-Zero-1 document and a Twin County League Championship in 2018. Her stellar defensive play all year long granted her a spot within the Better of 60 Senior All-Star Recreation. She plans to attend Springfield School subsequent fall to play subject hockey and research well being science.
SOPHIA DICENSO, FOXBORO
The middle ahead polished off a robust profession by scoring 19 of her 41 profession objectives whereas doling out 20 assists for the 17-2-1 Warriors. DiCenso’s efforts have been sufficient for a spot on the Hockomock All-Star Workforce in addition to an invitation to the Better of 60 Senior All-Star Recreation. She is going to proceed her athletic profession on the College of Richmond.
EMILY DIONNE, CHELMSFORD
The senior standout tallied 12 objectives and eight assists whereas seeing motion at each the ahead and midfield spots all year long. Her contributions this previous fall aided Chelmsford to a 12-5-1 document, incomes the senior a spot on the Merrimack Valley Convention All-Star Workforce for the third consecutive season. She is going to attend Holy Cross subsequent fall.
MADDIE DIPIETRO, CENTRAL CATHOLIC
A junior midfielder, DiPietro produced a team-leading 29 objectives whereas including 10 assists for the Merrimack Valley Convention Giant champions. She was named the MVC Participant of the Yr and had a spot on the convention’s First-Staff for the second straight yr. With 46 objectives and 21 assists so far in her profession, she has already dedicated to enjoying subject hockey at Boston College within the fall of 2020.
SHELBY DUNN, DENNIS-YARMOUTH
The senior midfielder put forth an equal effort when it comes to objectives and assists with 11 apiece for the Div. 2 State champions. A captain this previous season, Dunn ended her profession with three consecutive seasons of 10-plus assists whereas being named to the Atlantic Coast Convention All-Star Workforce for the second time. She can also be a member of the basketball and lacrosse groups and can proceed enjoying area hockey subsequent season at Saint Anselm.
ISABELLA GOOLEY, DUXBURY
A senior goalkeeper, Gooley finishes her tenure at Duxbury with the bottom goals-against common of her profession at simply Zero.77 this previous fall. Because of her stalwart show in internet, she earned a spot on the Patriot League All-Star Workforce and was invited to the Better of 60 Senior All-Star Workforce. She is a member of the Nationwide Honor Society and competes on the monitor & subject staff within the winter and spring seasons.
MAKAYLA GRAVES, MASCONOMET
Graves improved upon a strong sophomore season with 13 objectives and 14 assists throughout her junior marketing campaign this previous fall. A midfielder for the Div. 1 North champions, Graves was named Cape Ann League Participant of the Yr, Cape Ann League All-Star, and workforce MVP. Though dual-sport athlete standing out in basketball as properly, she has given a verbal dedication to stay with subject hockey and attend Northeastern.
OLIVIA LAMPASONA, WATERTOWN
Lampasona set career-highs in objectives (14) and assists (5) this previous fall to contribute to a 21-2-1 document and Div. 2 State semifinal look for Watertown. The senior was named to the Middlesex League All-Star Group for the primary time in subject hockey, complimenting two of the identical honors whereas skating for the ice hockey group. She is a three-sport athlete, additionally enjoying lacrosse, and is a member of the Nationwide Honor Society.
ERIN LITTLE, ACTON-BOXBORO
The sophomore midfielder had a breakout marketing campaign in 2018, producing 15 objectives and 11 assists to set career-marks in each classes. Her efforts contributed to the Colonials’ second consecutive Twin County League Championship and individually earned her a spot on the league All-Star workforce.
MAGGIE MALLOY, CANTON
A senior middle ahead, Malloy registered 24 objectives and eight assists this season to cap her profession with 66 and 18 respectively. In consequence, she was named a Hockomock All-Star for the third consecutive yr whereas additionally enjoying within the Better of 60 Senior All-Star Recreation. She is going to proceed her area hockey profession at Saint Anselm subsequent fall.
KAYLA MCGAFFIGAN, DENNIS-YARMOUTH
McGaffigan burst onto the scene as a freshman, pacing Dennis-Yarmouth to its first state championship in 31 years with a team-leading 34 objectives whereas additionally chipping in 13 assists. Her breakout season was greater than sufficient for her first Atlantic Coast League All-Star nomination in subject hockey. She may have loads of possibilities for extra recognition as she is a member of the varsity ice hockey and softball groups for the Dolphins.
HANNA MEDWAR, ANDOVER
As a freshman in 2017, Medwar scored 22 objectives and recorded 10 assists, then bounced again this yr with 22 assists and 9 objectives. The multi-skilled ahead earned a spot on the Merrimack Valley Convention All-Star Group whereas guiding Andover to the Div. 1 North remaining with its 13-Three-5 document.
ALLI MEEHAN, KING PHILIP
The four-year starter completed off her profession with a laundry listing of accolades after pacing the Hockomock League in factors with 35 objectives and 17 assists. Meehan ends her stellar highschool stint with 82 objectives and 55 assists and can proceed her enjoying profession at Northeastern subsequent fall.
ABBIE ORTYL, LEXINGTON
A goalkeeper, Ortyl stopped 91 of the 100 photographs she confronted all through her senior season. Together with her efforts within the cage, the senior captain was named the Middlesex League’s Most Useful Participant. She can also be a five-year starter on the ice hockey workforce however will proceed her area hockey profession at Merrimack.
CAILEEN QUINN, WALPOLE
Though a middle defender, Quinn confirmed a capability to have an effect on the result on each side of the sector as evidenced by her eight objectives and 14 assists. As a senior captain this previous yr, she earned her place on the Bay State Convention All-Star Group and showcased her expertise on the Better of 60 Senior All-Star Recreation. She capped off her profession with 14 objectives and 34 assists in highschool and can proceed enjoying area hockey at Saint Francis College subsequent fall.
MEGAN SALSINHA, SOMERSET BERKLEY
A middle ahead, Salsinha poured in an eye-popping 58 objectives whereas including 24 assists for the Div. 1 state champions. The senior rounded out her highschool profession with back-to-back South Coast Convention Participant of the Yr accolades. Salsinha ends her time at Somerset Berkley with 98 objectives and 54 assists.
AUDRA TOSONE, WALPOLE
A middle midfielder, Tosone put forth a strong all-around effort this season with 15 objectives and 28 assists. In September, the senior was named Excessive Faculty Participant of the Month by the Nationwide Field Hockey Coaches Affiliation and on the finish of the season added a Bay State Convention MVP and All-Star choice to the equation. She is a three-sport athlete additionally enjoying ice hockey and lacrosse and has dedicated to UMass to play lacrosse.
GABRIELLA VENEZIA, WATERTOWN
As a senior, Venezia greater than doubled her earlier season-high goal-scoring output as she scored 22 objectives for the Middlesex League Freedom champions. On prime of the scoring outburst, Venezia chipped in with 10 assists, which was greater than ok to be named the Middlesex League MVP for the 2018 season. She can also be a member of the lacrosse workforce and plans to attend the School of Holy Cross subsequent yr.
Herald area hockey All-Stars
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Emma McKee, Darcy Rougeaux (Newton North); Delia Lee (Braintree); Audra Tosone, Caileen Quinn, Sydney Scales, Brooke Skulski (Walpole); Brooke Hamilton, Lauryn Nelson (Wellesley); Kate Employees (Brookline); Brooklyn Lamb, Victoria Norchi, Maddie Clark (Natick); Mary O’Connell (Milton); Lexi Schmalz, Eileen Manning, Kenzie Kelly, Callie Hem (Needham); Amy Phalen, Georgia Parker, David Covarrubias (Framingham)
MVP: Brooklyn Lamb, Audra Tosone
CAPE AND ISLANDS
Aoife Daly, Nikki Awalt, Alison Barrett, Caroline Howard (Monomoy); Addy Hayman, Abby Marchand, Meghan Sonia (Martha’s Winery); Emma Navarro, Sophie Prepare dinner, Maddie Shaw (Sturgis West); Sara Lombardi, Alexa Aloisi (Nantucket); Jeanne Heanchey (Sturgis East)
MVP: Addy Hayman, Aoife Daly
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
FIRST TEAM: Jenny Lerner (Georgetown); Rixt van der Kooi, Riley Daly (Ipswich); Brianna Barrett, Ashley Barrett, Carolyn Garofoli (Lynnfield); Christina Calandra, Annika Dahlin (Manchester-Essex); Mak Graves, Kate Zamani, Cally McSweeney (Masconomet); Meghan Winn, Maggie Pons (Newburyport); Jacqui Cloutier, Meghan Bean (Pentucket); Abby Engel (Rockport); Gianna Conte, Bridget Sheehan (Triton)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Mak Graves, Christina Calandra
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
Lilly Tardif, Fatma Sayeh (Wayland); Izzy Acquaviva, Brooke Findlay, Elena Christenfeld, Marissa Honens (Lincoln-Sudbury); Sheridan Blaha, Sydney MacPherson, Riley Kiernan, Olivia Guden (Waltham); Morgan Freud, Grace O’Sullivan, Ellen Olszowy (Westford Academy); Maya Malenfant, Lia Herzig, Ani Dahl, Sarah Chartrand, Katherine Nardone (Weston); Abby Versaggi, Jordan Bolio, Grace Blunt, Caitlyn Lewis (Harmony-Carlisle); Julia Palazzo, Emily Sollecito (Bedford); Erin Little, Lauren Meinhold, Lily Depew, Molly Harer (Acton-Boxboro); Sophie Szymanski (Newton South)
EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Allison Saunders, Tori Cinelli, Bridget Catalano, Mikaela Fallen (Bishop Feehan); Sophia Morse, Rachel Smith, Taylor Cruickshank, Joel Smith, Kelsey MacLellan (West Bridgewater); Kate Downey, Gabriella Joaquim, Lauren Maretti, Madison Halstead (Bishop Stang)
Sydney DiLiddo, Anna Beck (Attleboro); Maggie Malloy, Kaitlyn Goyetch, Maria Femia (Canton); Meg Curran, Sophia DiCenso, Lily Daly, Julia Carangelo, Jaime Notarangelo (Foxboro); Cassi Ronan, Emily Valentino, Maeve Ledwith (Franklin); Allison Meehan, Kate Lindmark, Samantha Robinson (King Philip); Maggie Danehy, Alicia Hottleman (Mansfield); Paige Reisman (Milford); Abby Calistra (North Attleboro); Emily Han, Hannah Stryke (Oliver Ames); Allison Small (Sharon); Allie Howe (Stoughton); Emma Sheehan, Alana Tavares (Taunton)
MVP: Allison Meehan
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
ALL-CONFERENCE: Claudia Crowe (Methuen); Hanna Medwar, Sydney Gregory, Joanna Archembault (Andover); Madison DiPietro, Erin O’Neill, Cali Mikson, Margaret Mahan, Kaylee Thomas (Central Catholic); Emma Bouley, Emily Dionne, Ingrid Haywood, Claire Danahy (Chelmsford); Alexa Rivet, Emma Gordon (North Andover); Megan Mackay (Dracut); Laura Heslin, Elizabeth Tighe (Lowell); Claudia Crowe, Piper Hugus (Methuen); Jessica Caredeo, Ryan Quinn (Tewksbury)
MVP: Madison DiPietro, Claudia Crowe
ALL-CONFERENCE: Courtney Coutone (Studying); Niki Micciche, Clare Moloney-Kolenberg (Winchester); Abbie Ortyl, Carly Briggs, Katie Devine (Lexington); Katie Guden, Emma Donahue (Belmont); Gabby Venezia, Ally Kennedy, Olivia Lampasona (Watertown)
ALL-STARS: Bridget McGahan, Jessica Twohig (Arlington); Mari Verrier (Studying); Brooke Ross, Elizabeth Wheeler (Winchester); Ana Linda Ortiz, Felice Brennan, Bess Lawrence (Lexington); Morgan Chase, Meaghan Noone, Mia Kaldenbaugh (Belmont); Lilly Anderson (Woburn); Mairead Clark, Brianna Stanton (Melrose); Molly Foley, Rebecca Ganley, Meghan Canale (Wilmington); Gianna Beauclair, Paige Jordan, Shawna Paonessa, Jill Flynn, Emily Whooley (Stoneham), Hope Melanson, Augi Lever, Annabella Forziati (Wakefield); Carli Boodakian, Morgan Butcher (Burlington); Catherine Connors, Shannon Hughes (Watertown)
MVP: Gabby Venezia, Abbie Ortyl
NORTH: Bella Corsini, Josie Friedman, Charlotte Plakans (Marblehead); Kenny Nyugen (Malden); Melanie Mason, Mikayla Mason, Sabrina Beaudry, Nate Matthews (Beverly); Jenna Wells, Joli Giuliano (Revere); Hailee Monies, Sydney Bragna (Peabody)
MVP: Melanie Manson
SOUTH: Bella Silver, Emma Thibideau, Shelby Johnson (Danvers); Alessia Salzillo, Maddie Claffey (Saugus); Ashley Fitzgerald (Everett); Jemima Develop, Tracy Wooden, Cate Delaney, Mia Salah (Gloucester); Sydney Cresta, Natalie Domeniconi (Swampscott)
MVP: Sydney Cresta
KEENAN: Izzy Gooley, Eugenie Rovegno, Jackie Hayden, Abby Krahmer, Molly Stapleton (Duxbury); Emily Jenkins, Kolbe Shannon, Jeff Yang, Maeve Tierney, Rachel Motykoa (Plymouth North); Brynn Golden, Audrey Cole, Katherine McNally, Ali Ragusa (Hingham); Olivia Sheehan, Kathryn Dunn (Whitman-Hanson); Colleen Foley (Silver Lake)
FISHER: Colleen Quinn, Emily Sommers, Ashley Sommers, Maddyn McDonald, Maeve Murphy (Scituate); Maegan Amsler, Morgan Foley, Kathryn Fallon, Olivia Hussey (Hanover); Jordan Colbert, Olivia Slayton, Hannah Masterson (Plymouth South); Megan Wilshire, Emily McCabe (Pembroke)
MVP: Abby Krahmer, Maeve Murphy