Herald All-Scholastics: Girls cross country, 2018
NICOLE ANDERSON, BILLERICA
This junior expertise positioned 10th within the Div. 1 All-State race after an enormous fifth-place end on the Div. 2 EMass championships. Anderson was fourth within the Bay State Invitational and second within the Merrimack Valley Convention championships. She was an enormous think about Billerica’s undefeated season within the MVC. A perennial honor roll scholar, Anderson can also be a scholar ambassador.
SARAH CONANT, WESTWOOD
A troublesome and seasoned competitor, Conant’s greatest second got here on the Div. 2 All-State race the place she completed a robust second to Littleton’s Sarah Roffman on a muddy, snow-covered course. This senior was the Div. four EMass champion and shattered the course report on the Tri-Valley League championships. A member of the Nationwide Honor Society, Conant will run cross country and monitor at UMass-Amherst
GRACE CONNOLLY, NATICK
Together with her win on the Div. 1 All-State championships, “Princess Grace” turned simply the third feminine harrier in Massachusetts to seize three All-State cross-country titles. Connolly shattered the Wrentham Developmental Middle course report on the Div. 2 EMass championships and she or he bolted to a third-place end on the Foot Locker Northeast Regional championships. A Bay State Convention All-Star, this senior is a member of the Nationwide Honor Society and can attend Stanford College.
KATE CONNOLLY, NATICK
Grace Connolly’s youthful sister, this sophomore carved out her personal area of interest on the paths this fall. Connolly captured the bronze medal on the Div. 2 EMass race and ran to a splendid third-place end on the Div. 1 All-State championships. Connolly was second to Wellesley’s Margaret Donahue on the Bay State Convention championships. She is an honor roll scholar and an Anti-Defamation League member.
MAGGIE DONAHUE, WELLESLEY
This gifted senior captured the Bay State Convention crown and completed second to Grace Connolly at each the Div. 2 EMass and All-State championships. Donahue raced to a fifth-place end on the Nike Regionals and in addition chalked up a victory on the Bay State Invitational. Donahue is a member of the Nationwide Honor Society and can attend Georgetown College.
EVE FEUERBACH, MANCHESTER ESSEX
One of the constant rivals within the state, Feuerbach completed third within the Div. 2 All-State race and second on the Div. 5 EMass championships. This senior nabbed fourth on the Bay State Invitational and second within the Cape Ann League championship meet. Feuerbach was named the CAL Runner of the Yr within the Baker Division. A member of the Nationwide Honor Society, she is going to run cross country and monitor at Holy Cross.
SCHUYLER GOOLEY, HOPKINTON
This junior had an enormous fall season, capped off with a ninth-place end within the Div. 1 All-State race. On the Div. three EMass championships Gooley pushed arduous for seventh place and she or he took second on the Tri-Valley League championships. The Tri-Valley League All-Star is a member of the Nationwide Honor Society.
LAUREN GRELA, URSULINE
The Div. 5 EMass champion, Grela went on to complete fourth on the Div. 2 All-States. This senior captured the Catholic Convention title and led Ursuline to the convention title. Grela was victorious within the Twilight Invitational Div. 2 race. She is a member of the Nationwide Honor Society and can attend Columbia College.
OLIVIA JONES, HOPKINTON
This sophomore might be a runner to observe after operating to the Div. three EMass title. Jones was a strong 12th within the Div. 1 All-State race at Stanley Park and nailed down the 11th spot on the Twilight Invitational. The Tri-Valley League MVP, she was additionally a league All-Star. Jones runs each indoor and outside monitor and gained freshman French, math and historical past awards at Hopkinton.
EMMA KERIMO, CONCORD-CARLISLE
The Twin County League champion, Kerimo broke the sophomore report together with her win on the Twilight Invitational. Kerimo ran to a sterling fourth-place end within the Div. 2 EMass championship race and got here again the subsequent week to nail down fifth at Div. 1 All-States. A DCL All-Star, she runs each indoor and outside monitor. Kerimo was a recipient of the President’s Volunteer Award.
ELIZABETH MARSHALL, PLYMOUTH NORTH
The South Shore’s premier harrier, Marshall was a Patriot League All-Star. She was 17th within the Div. 2 EMass race after which pushed for 16th on the Div. 1 All-States. This senior is a former Patriot League MVP and competes on each the indoor and outside monitor groups. Marshall is an honor roll scholar and can attend Stonehill School.
VIVIAN MCMAHON, BROOKLINE
Yet one more sophomore expertise, McMahon made her bones this season with a scintillating 15th-place end within the Div. 1 All-State race on a muddy, snow-covered course at Stanley Park. McMahon ran to an enormous win on the Div. 1 EMass championships. She was 10th on the Twilight Invitational and took fourth on the Bay State Convention championships. A BSC All-Star, McMahon competes in monitor for the Warriors.
MAKAYLA PAIGE, TEWKSBURY
The Merrimack Valley Convention champion, Paige got here up massive in November with a sixth-place end within the Div. three EMass championships and seventh on the Div. 1 All-States. The sophomore was fourth on the Frank Kelley Invitational and sprinted to take fifth on the Twilight Invitational. Paige competes on each the indoor and outside monitor groups at Tewksbury.
LEXI QUINN, FOXBORO
Quinn kicked the season off with a second-place end on the Winery Invitational and by no means faltered. The senior positioned seventh on the Div. four EMass championships and went on to take 11th within the Div. 2 All-State race. The Hockomock League champion and MVP, Quinn was seventh on the Ocean State Invitational and took 14th on the Bay State Invitational. She additionally registered a top-five end on the Twilight Invitational with fifth. Quinn is a member of the Spanish, Artwork and Nationwide Honor Society.
PAULINE STEINES, LEXINGTON
This junior was put to the check all season and was a mannequin of consistency all through. She took 13th on the Div. 1 EMass championships and positioned 14th every week later on the All-State championships. Steines was third within the Middlesex League championship race and copped All-Star honors. She was 12th on the Ocean State Invitational and seventh on the Catholic Memorial Invitational at Franklin Park. Steines is a member of the Nationwide Honor Society.
ABIGAIL TENREIRO, SEEKONK
This junior captured seventh on the Twilight Invitational and completed a good 40th towards a stacked subject on the Foot Locker Northeast Regionals at Van Cortlandt Park. Tenreiro ran to a fantastic third-place end within the Div. 5 EMass championships and fifth on the Div. 2 All-State race. She was seventh towards a robust subject on the Frank Kelley Invitational.
Herald All-Scholastics women cross country All-Stars
ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE
Carly Coughlin, Amelia Burnett (Dennis-Yarmouth); Sofia LoVoulo, Olivia Langlan Ruth Penney (Marshfield); Rachel Pranga, Abby Farrell, Ella Kelly, Izzy Nobili (Nauset); Anna Goodwin, Claire Davies, Emma Eastman (Sandwich)
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Vivian McMahon (Brookline); Grace Sullivan, Ava Duggan, Elise O’Leary, Ella Affanato (Milton); Grace Connolly, Mary Dougherty, Kate Connolly, Genna Girard (Natick); Elena Oberle, Ana Keene (Needham); Charlotte Kouroriez (Newton North); Mia Costa, Caroline McGrath (Walpole); Maggie Donahue, Nora Bannon, Bridget Ulian (Wellesley)
MVP: Kate Connolly
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Sarah Lawton (Fenway)
CAPE AND ISLANDS
Adrienne Christy, Catherine Cherry, Eloise Christy, Amber Cuthburt (Martha’s Winery); Sophie Bass, Bella Haley, Isabel Husted, Ella Philips (Sturgis West); Caroline Davock, Francesca Marchesi, Margo Dery (Monomoy); Claire Zisserson, Sam Adams, Nora Quill (Rising Tide); Phaedra Plank, Catherine Buccino (Nantucket); Lauren Holmes, Mia Mackenzie (Sturgis East); Marie Carney (St. John Paul)
MVP: Adrienne Christy
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Millie Hynes (Archbishop Williams); Maura Kirpatrick, Erin Moran (Arlington Catholic); Molly Dugan, Catherine Mawn, Katie Quinn-Cyr (Austin Prep); Corinne Ahern, Nicole Johns, Olivia Juneau, Grace Kubat, Ava Mahoney, Pleasure Wambui (Bishop Fenwick); Emma Grzybinski, Ava O’Donnell (Cardinal Spellman); Caitlin Tully (Lowell Catholic); McKenna Wech (Saint Joseph Prep); Lily Newhall (St. Mary’s)
MVP: Ava Mahoney
COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Kate Conrad (Academy Notre Dame); Yarid Deras (Chelsea); Amanda Davison, Emily Ernst (Essex Tech); Tealei Chandonnet, Mikala Kelly (Higher Lowell); Shannon Brady, Rupa Raj, Chiara Kinnon (Mystic Valley); Lauren Clark (Northeast); Leah Arnold, Elaina Latino, Ciara McCarthy (PMA); Rachel Halas, Ivana Wisky (Shawsheen)
MVP: Shannon Brady
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
Emma Kerimo, Iris Bergman, Nora Johnson, Sophie Gower, Ellen Su, Sarah Reichheld (Harmony-Carlisle); Lucy Abdow, Julie Tassinari, Norah Aalto, Annie Jackson (Boston Latin); Sophie DeFreitas, Emilia Arrabo, Meghan Garrett (Lincoln-Sudbury); Grace Maffei, Maggie McInerney (Acton-Boxboro); Caroline Williams (Cambridge); McKenna Kelemanik, Carrie Turcott (Wayland); Aria Sonderling, Addie Marple (Newton South); Sophia Worth (Cambridge); Haley Wims (Weston)
EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Sophia Arruda, Kaylee Gladu, Natalie Dextradeur, Phoebe Dodge, Caitlin Neary, Kelsee Gladu, Elizabeth Parkinson, Madison Saba, Isabella Simoneau (Bishop Feehan)
Lexi Quinn, Abby Hassman, Lindsey Nelson (Foxboro); Tessa Lancaster, Margaret Riley, Jessica Alestock (Mansfield); Maya Evans, Ryenn Hart (King Philip); Daphne Theiler (Sharon); Catherin O’Donnell, Meaghan Reardon (Oliver Ames); Katrina Walbert, Julia Fenerty, Sydney Hawkins (Franklin); Nia Mainer Smith, Kailey Melito-Santos (Taunton); Kelly Neuendorf (Attleboro); Olivia Forbes, Stephanie Hawkins (North Attleboro)
MVP: Lexi Quinn
MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
COMPREHENSIVE: Caitlin Kaperlian, Lauren Mitcheson, Charlotte Sinasky, Joie Kennon, Jessica Whittemore, Devyn McCarthy, Caitlin McGrath, Hannah Russo (West Bridgewater); Lauren Northrup (Bishop Connolly); Nicole Johnson (Sacred Coronary heart)
SMALL: Ella Reynolds, Molly Larrabee, Amelia Germain (Norfolk Aggie); Kennedy Alves, Victoria Gonsalves, Hannah Rapoza (Bristol Aggie); Molly Baptist (Higher Cape
LARGE: Kaitlyn Capelo, Brianna Fasulo, Kiara Andrade, Jaycee Duarte (Bristol-Plymouth); Hanna Davis, Katherine Dion (Tri-County); Storm Bastille (Diman)
MVP: Caitlin Kaperlian
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
ALL-CONFERENCE: Nicole Anderson, Hannah Doherty, Danielle Sullivan, Sam Maffeo, Deidra Anderson (Billerica); Kelsey Seamans, Janessa Nault (Central Catholic); Asaliah Mirambeaux (Lowell); Sara Fragione (Methuen); Courtney Dalke (North Andover); Izzie Carleton (Tewksbury)
MVP: Makayla Paige, Abby Mastromonaco
FREEDOM: Charlotte Tysall, Alex Cotugno, Jane Harrington, Kate Bidgood (Melrose); Angela McKenzie (Stoneham); Isabella Kehoe, Olivia Lucey, Retta Carroll, Audrey Schopperle, Shannon Driscoll (Wakefield); Lakshmi Thangaraj (Watertown); Colleen McMakin (Burlington); Katharine Duffy (Melrose); Gianna Misuraca (Wilmington)
MVP: Olivia Lucey
LIBERTY: Danna Ofek, Lina Jaffar, Kesinia Sortor, Pauline Steines (Lexington); Ella Aldrich, Michaela Eichel, Chloe Pienaar (Winchester); Kaci Madden, Kacy Cole, Maura Doherty, Samantha Nicolas (Woburn); Audrey Christo, Isabel Burger (Belmont); Bridget Hackett (Studying)
MVP: Danna Ofek
ALL-CONFERENCE: Ashley Foley, Heidi Eberhardt, India Imgeni (Beverly); Kristy Twaalfhoven, Caroline Johnson (Marblehead); Victoria Lombardi, Sarah Enes (Peabody); Julie Kee (Danvers)
MVP: Ashley Foley
KEENAN: Melanie Day, Maddie DiPalma, Isabel Foley, Emma Sundstrom (Duxbury); Caroline Johannes, Maddie Mildrum, Meg Hendrickson, Pria Parker, Lindy Stadlander, Katherine Bradshaw (Hingham); Elizabeth Marshall, Grace Curtin (Plymouth North)
MVP: Caroline Johannes
FISHER: Alyssa Nee, Kelly Taft, Audrey Wheeler (Hanover); Sophia Pizzi, Ali Bonwitt, Ashley Spellman, Lara Federspeil (Pembroke); Jill Callahan, Marykate Bochman, Cat Sullivan (Plymouth South); Abby Murphy, Lezly Acevedo (Quincy/North Quincy)
MVP: Alyssa Nee