Barnstable. Will attend Virginia.
Blaze was captain of Barnstable's tennis, football and basketball teams and the four-year class president. In the classroom he earned the valedictorian spot with a perfect GPA and scored a near-perfect 2350 on the SAT. He also earned All-Scholastic honors in tennis this spring.
Millis. Will attend George Washington.
Breen was captain of her basketball, soccer, and track teams. The two-time hoops All-Scholastic holds the school career records for points (1,360) and rebounds (870). She qualified for states in the 800 run, the javelin and shot put this outdoor season and was a Tri-Valley All-Star in soccer.
Melrose. Will attend Trinity College.
The two sport All-Scholastic holds the Melrose volleyball record for kills in a season (321) and career kills (894). She has accumulated 957 points, 562 rebounds, 135 assists and 116 steals during her basketball career and is graduating third in her class of 226.
Madison Park. Will attend Bentley University.
Capre has 240 career service points for the Madison Park volleyball team, a figure that explains her team MVP recognition. She was also a City track all-star and used that speed to steal 45 bases on the softball team. Ranked 11th in a class of 289, she was also Senior Class Treasureer.
Reading. Will attend Tufts University.
Collins was a top three-sport athlete, earning All-Scholastic honors in football for the Division 2 Super Bowl winners. In wrestling, he was a Middlesex All-Star and was second New Englands in his weight class, and he led the Rockets to the Division 2 lacrosse semis.
East Boston. Will attend UMass-Boston.
Giammarco was a standout captain on the baseball diamond, with 14 home runs, 102 hits and 80 RBIs in his career. His 37 career tackles helped East Boston earn a pair of Super Bowl bids, and he has five goals and 10 assists in his hockey career.
St. Mary's (Worcester). Will attend Ithaca College.
The three-sport captain had his baseball career cut short by an ACL tear. But last year he had a 63 to 18 K/BB ratio and 2.33 ERA. He was also strong in soccer (26 goals, 23 assists and conference MVP) and basketball (nine points, five steals per game and conference all-star).
Bishop Stang. Will attend Quinnipiac University.
The captain of lacrosse, basketball and soccer led her teams with relentless offense, scoring 113 goals in lacrosse (300 for her career), while averaging 17.5 points per game on the basketbaall court. The National Honor Society member earned the school's Academic Presidential Award.
St. Mary's. Will attend Northeastern.
Macchione finished her high school career with a second straight state softball title. In hockey, she had 23 goals and 49 assists in her career as St. Mary's won three straight state titles. Ranked third in a class of 143, she was also team MVP in soccer.
Westborough. Will attend Delaware.
Mongeau is a two-time Midland-Wachusett lacrosse all-star for her defensive skills and this spring led Algonquin to the Division 1 CMass title. Mongeau led Westboro's basketball team this season in steals (58), deflections (74) and assists (48) and scored 10 goals in both her junior and senior soccer seasons.
Regan was captain of the Norwell football, basketball and baseball teams and was a South Shore League All-Star in football and basketball. As quarterback, he threw for 1,073 yards and nine touchdowns, and in basketball has a career average of 15.7 points and 6.2 assists per game.
St. John's Prep. Will attend University of Pennsylvania.
Rossi is a dual-sport Catholic Conference All-Star, earning the nod for his contribution's to Prep's cross country and track teams. The Eagle Scout scored a perfect 800 on the SAT Critical Reading section and is valedictorian of his class of 314.
Masconomet. Will attend Harvard.
Splinter was the captain of Masconomet's football, baseball, and basketball this past season. On the gridiron the two-time All-Scholastic threw for 2,903 yards and ran for 2,513 in his career, culminating in his being named Globe Division 2A Player of the Year.
Acton-Boxborough. Will attend Williams College.
The Acton-Boxboro lacrosse captain led her team to the Division 1 North semifinals and a 15-3 regular-season record. She also started on the two-time Division 1 EMass winning soccer team. The class president and NHS member will attend Williams College in the fall.
Acton-Boxborough: Sarah Teebagy, Grace Wilson. Beverly: Monica Adler, Jack Liacos. Central Catholic: Zac Borrelli, Shawn Bradley, Megan Jowett. Chelsea: Daniel Martinez. Concord-Carlisle: Dakota Dray. Hamilton-Wenham: Jackson MacDonald. Lynn English: Eric Bransfield, Sam Hill. Masconomet: John Daniels, Chris Splinter. Methuen: Ben Pare. Newburyport: Kyle LeBlanc. Notre Dame (Tyngsborough): Kelsey Kaiser. Swampscott: Matt Barbuzzi. Westford: Katy Feng. Wilmington: Kellyn Campbell, Cole Carter. Winthrop: Jenny Fucillo.
Arlington: Robert Carter, Marissa Fimiani. Boston English: Raul Cruz. East Boston: John Giammarco, Fatima Guevara. Latin Academy: Adam Fischer. Lexington: Samantha Woodward. Madison Park: Wildia Capre. Medford: Steven Aghiarian, Mary Barber, Barry Ebua, Nicole Lopilato, Philip Petrides, Katherine Smith. Melrose: Hannah Brickley. Peabody: Matt Rodgers. Reading: James Collins. Somerville: Jacqueline Conde.
Barnstable: Blake Blaze. Bellingham: Haley Troy. Dover-Sherborn: Jack Morris. Falmouth: Kristine Bunker. Franklin: Becky Galasso, Nick Melfi. Harwich: Zach Jamous. Hingham: Katie Hildreth, Dana Lindberg. Mansfield: Brendan Boyle, Chris Frederickson, Gianina Monestima. Middleborough: Dillon Cleary, Lindsay Johnson. Millis: Molly Breen. North Attleborough: Robin Armstrong. Norwell: Kara O'Connell, Dan Regan. Norwood: Mike Goodwin, Sean Keady. Plymouth North: Dan Ahlstedt. Quincy: Josh Gerry, Kylie Kozlowski. Silver Lake: Julianna Morris. Taunton: Tyler Malagutti. Walpole: Liz Malone.
Bishop Feehan: Anisa Arsenault, Tommy Romero. Bishop Stang: Phoebe LaPlante, Murphy Lester. Bourne: Hannah Gasper. Bristol-Plymouth: Hanna Anderson, Evan Cabral. Brockton: Joel Anifowose, Megan Mills. Cape Cod Tech: Lexa Inkley, Jonathan Rich. Case: Kristen Robillard. Dighton-Rehoboth: Thomas Ford, Tom Ford. Fairhaven: Taylor Motta, Allysha Silva. Martha's Vineyard: Micah Agnoli, Haley Pierce. Sacred Heart: Tracy Cahill, Francis Mulkern.
Algonquin: Emily Rutan. Ayer: Leah Smith. Bay Path: Scott Palmerino. Blackstone Valley: William Bachand, Tesia Stanasek. David Prouty: Joseph Martin, Emily Williamson. Keefe Tech: Ian Commerford. Leominster: Ryan DeMar, Kayleigh Zick. Lunenburg: Michael Xarras. Maynard: Danielle Fairweather. Murdock: Ashley Perry. Oakmont: Meghan Perkin, Kellen Reck. Quabbin: Corinne dela Gorgendiere, Lisa Trimby. Shepherd Hill: Elisabeth Monty, Anthony Preissler. St. Mary's (Worcester): David Jasukonis. University Park: Vuong Diep. Uxbridge: Jeffrey Copland. Westborough: Nicholas Flahive, Rebecca Mongeau.
Marian: Micaela Connor, Christopher Davis. Pope John: Allison Connors. St. John's Prep: A.J. Rossi. St. Mary's: Michelle Macchione, Kevin McCarthy. Xaverian: Alex Phelan.