All-Scholastics Games High School sports swimming

Girls swimming – Boston Herald

Girls swimming – Boston Herald
  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Bicoria Ambrose,
    Andover, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Malia Amuan, North Andover, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Sophie Butte, Belmont, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Julia Donahue, Andover, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Mia Galate, Andover, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Molly Hamlin, Studying, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Kerrigan Hemp, Central Catholic, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Zoei Howard, Needham, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • DECEMBER three, 2018: Isabella Korbly – swimming – Acton-Boxboro – Boston Herald All-Scholastics

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Amanda Melish, Walpole, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Olivia Mozoki, Marshfield, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Anna Roberts, Studying, swimming ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Molly Hamlin, Anna Roberts, Samantha Brabeck and Alana Loughman, Studying 200 medley relay swimming ALL SCHOLASTICS on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Alana Loughman, Maura Letendre, Anna Roberts and Kayla Loughman, Studying swimming, 200 freestyle ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

  • BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Mia Galat, Julie Donahue, Victoria Ambrose, Andover, swimming 400 freestyle ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Employees Photograph By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald)

Herald All-Scholastics: Girls swimming, 2018

VICTORIA AMBROSE, ANDOVER
The senior was an integral half for the Golden Warriors as they captured a fifth straight Div. 1 state title. Ambrose captured two particular person state crowns within the 500 freestyle (5:05.50) and 200 particular person medley (2:04.24) this season. An honor roll scholar, Ambrose will attend the College of Delaware subsequent yr.

MALIA AMUAN, NORTH ANDOVER
It was fairly the primary season for the freshman as Amuan excelled within the 100 and 200 freestyle. She earned Div. 1 state particular person titles in each the 100 (52.23) and 200 (1:50.55) this season. She already holds faculty data in a number of occasions, together with the 100 and 200 freestyle, 200 particular person medley and 100 butterfly.

SOPHIE BUTTE, BELMONT
The senior starred within the 50 freestyle, capturing a person Div. 2 state crown within the occasion with a time of 24.59 seconds. Butte can also be a two-time Middlesex League champion within the 50 freestyle and was named a Middlesex League All-Star. She can also be a excessive honors scholar and has performed the oboe for eight years.

JULIA DONAHUE, ANDOVER
The Boston School-bound swimmer turned in one other sensational season and was a key contributor for the Golden Warriors, who captured a fifth straight Div. 1 state title. Donahue grabbed a person state title within the 100 breaststroke (1:05.74) and completed second within the 200 particular person medley. She can also be an honor roll scholar.

MIA GALAT, ANDOVER
The Merrimack Valley Convention MVP is a three-time Herald All-Scholastic and had one other accolade-filled season in her remaining yr for the Golden Warriors. Galat gained the person Div. 1 state title within the 100 butterfly with a meet document time of 56.03 seconds and was a key contributor in Andover’s fifth straight Div. 1 state crown. Galat is an honor roll scholar and can proceed her swimming profession on the College of Connecticut.

MOLLY HAMLIN, READING
The sophomore performed an important position within the Rockets’ third straight Div. 2 state title. She took residence the person state crown in 100 freestyle for the second time in her profession this season with a meet report time of 52.35 seconds. Hamlin additionally swam the 200 freestyle this season and was on the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay that earned state titles

KERRIGAN HEMP, CENTRAL CATHOLIC
The junior continued to shatter data within the pool by setting the varsity’s mark within the 500 freestyle as she additionally captured a Div. 2 particular person state title within the occasion with a time of 5:07.52. Hemp additionally claimed a state crown for the second straight yr within the 100 backstroke (57.03). The Merrimack Valley All-Convention swimmer can also be an honor roll scholar and band member.

ZOEI HOWARD, NEEDHAM
The sophomore etched her identify within the Rockets’ report books this season by setting prime marks within the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle. After claiming sectional crowns within the 50 and 200 freestyle, Howard gained a Div. 1 particular person state title with a time of 24.58 seconds. Howard swims on the membership degree for Bluefish.

ISABELLA KORBLY, ACTON-BOXBORO
The 2-time Twin County League All-Star put collectively a terrific sophomore marketing campaign. She gained a Div. 1 particular person state title within the 100 backstroke (55.28) and positioned third within the 200 particular person medley (2:06.12) on the state meet with each occasions eclipsing earlier faculty data she owned. Korbly, who’s an honor roll scholar, can also be a USA Swimming junior nationwide and nationwide qualifier.

AMANDA MELISH, WALPOLE
The freshman diver made her presence felt by taking residence hardware in her first season with the Rebels. She gained a sectional 1-meter diving title and claimed the Div. 2 1-meter diving state championship with a remaining rating of 504.85. Melish additionally holds two faculty diving data and is a member of Cheer Issue All-Stars.

OLIVIA MOZOKI, MARSHFIELD
The senior captain and UMass commit earned a Div. 2 state title within the 100 butterfly (59.29) and tied for a state crown within the 200 particular person medley (2:09.15). An general five-time state champion and three-time Herald All-Scholastic, Mozoki holds groups data in a number of occasions. She additionally serves on the Nationwide Honor Society government board.

ANNA ROBERTS, READING
The Middlesex League All-Star completed off her profession in type by serving to the Rockets declare a 3rd straight Div. 2 state title. Roberts gained a Div. 2 state particular person title for the third straight yr within the 100 breaststroke with a meet document time of 1:05.31. She is going to proceed her swimming profession in school and is a member of Nationwide Honor Society.

200 MEDLEY RELAY, READING:
ALANA LOUGHMAN, MOLLY HAMLIN, ANNA ROBERTS SAMANTHA BRABECK
The quartet of swimmers performed a pivotal position in serving to Studying seize a 3rd straight Div. 2 state title. They gained the 200 medley relay by setting a state meet document with a time of 1:47.88. Additionally they set workforce and sectional data in that occasion. Seniors Loughman and Roberts together with sophomore Hamlin and freshman Brabeck have been all Middlesex League All-Stars.

200 FREESTYLE RELAY, READING:
KAYLA LOUGHMAN, ANNA ROBERTS, MAURA LETENDRE, ANNA LOUGHMAN
Collectively within the 200 freestyle relay for the previous 4 years, the Loughmans, Roberts and Letendre stored starring of their remaining season for the Rockets. They gained a Div. 2 state title within the 200 freestyle relay with a meet document time of 1:38.09. Over the previous 4 years, the relay staff had a mixed 51-1 report.

400 FREESTYLE RELAY, ANDOVER:
VICTORIA AMBROSE, JULIA DONAHUE, MIA GALAT, EMILY CLEMENTS
Consisting of three seniors in Ambrose, Donahue and Galat together with a junior anchor in Clements, the quartet gained the Div. 1 state title within the 400 freestyle relay with a meet document time of three:33.49. They mixed to assist Andover win fifth straight state title and 60 consecutive meets. Clements is a member of Nationwide Honor Society.


Herald All-Scholastic women swimming All-Stars

CATHOLIC CONFERENCE
Emma Coppinger, Ava Harris, Hannah Madeya, Kristina McCarron, Nell Neary (Mt. Alvernia); Sophia Arsenault, Grace Basile, Caroline Coates, Sydney Hebert, Marlena Reinhard, Briana Sullivan, Emma Troiano (Notre Dame); Caitlin Canavan, Anna Glass, Isabella Lombard, Jennifer McGrail, Madelyn Smith, Molly Treseler, Caleigh Wukitch, Chloe Wukitch (Ursuline)

DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
Jolie Doherty, Gabriella Finocchio, Mae Kelly, Katie Krom, Gwen Liu, Keira McGrath, Hui Shi, Alanna Smyth, Ashley Tran (Boston Latin, swims as an unbiased)

MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
ALL-CONFERENCE: Mia Galat, Emily Clements, Julia Donahue, Victoria Ambrose, Sydney Ho, Jordan Clements, Eliza Williams, Emily Ma (Andover); Matthew St. John (Billerica); Kerrigan Hemp (Central Catholic); Laura Latham (Chelmsford); Christian Soriano (Dracut); Caley Simard, Katelyn Quinlan, Meaghan Driscoll (Haverhill); Kara Davidson, Quang Vu, Kyra Donahue (Methuen/Tewksbury); Malia Amuan (North Andover)
ATHLETES OF THE YEAR: Mia Galat, Malia Amuan