Athletes of the Year
Division 2: Stoughton, Junior, G
Calixte averaged 19 points, 6 assists, and 5 rebounds a game as a junior for the Black Knights, becoming a member of Stoughton's 1,000-point club this season. A 5-foot-11-inch point guard, Calixte, earned Hockomock League All-Star honors and turned in a 29 point performance when Stoughton battled King Philip and Jake Layman on Jan 23. The Junior also plays varsity football.
Division 2: Catholic Memorial
Droney was named the Catholic Conference Most Valuable Player after averaging 20.7 points, 7 assists, and 5 rebounds a game for the Knights. The senior 6-foot-4-inch shooting guard also passed the 1,000 point scoring mark this season and plans to attend prep school next year at Taft.
Division 1: Brockton
Houston was a double-double machine for the EMass champion Boxers. The 6-foot-6 center averaged 16.9 points, 14 rebounds, and 2.5 blocks a game. Houston turned in a 20 point-20 rebound game in the Division 1 South semifinals and a 22-13 performance at TD Garden in the EMass finals.
Division 1: Acton-Boxborough, Senior, C
LaFrancis earned the Dual County League MVP after averaging 19.9 points a game for the Colonials, who finished 22-2. The 6-6 senior center also played varsity golf and tennis. LaFrancis plans to attend either Maryland, Penn State, Delaware, or Tufts.
Division 2: King Philip, Senior, C
The 6-foot-8-inch center averaged 26.5 points, 16 rebounds, and 5.8 blocks per game for the Warriors this season, finishing his King Philip career with 1,752 points and 1,098 rebounds. The Maryland-bound senior was named the Hockomock League MVP for the second consecutive season.
Winthrop, Senior, F
Dale averaged 18 points, 12 rebounds, and 4.5 blocks a game at forward for the defending Division 4 Champion Vikings. The senior earned Northeast Conference South MVP honors and plans to play for The Taft School next season. Dale also played varsity football and soccer.
Wareham, Junior, PG
Fernandez averaged 20.5 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists, and 6.5 steals a game for the one-loss Vikings, who made it to the Division 3 State semifinals. The point guard made an appearance on SportsCenter's Top 10 Plays for a buzzer-beating halfcourt shot he made against Cardinal Spellman.
Cardinal Spellman, Senior, C/F
Glynn scored 1,425 career points and grabbed 803 rebounds for the Cardinals, averaging 19 and 12 this season for Catholic Central League MVP honors. A two-time All-Scholastic and a league All-Star in football, Glynn will play hoops for Bentley.
St. John's Prep, G/F
The 6-foot-5-inch senior averaged 23 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists a game for the Eagles. Haladyna finished his career as Prep's second-leading scorer with 1,374 points. Haladyna, who carries a 4.2 GPA, plans to play for Tufts.
Hopkinton, Senior, PG
After missing the first four games with a broken right wrist, Hanlon returned to tally 17.9 points, 7.5 assists, and 3.4 steals per game for the Hillers. In his first four games back, the senior point guard averaged 20 points a game while shooting lefthanded.
Charlestown, Junior, G
The 6-foot-4-inch junior averaged 19 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals a game for the Townies, earning Boston City League All-Star recognition as his team took home the Division 1 North crown. Hoxter has narrowed his list of potential colleges down to Providence, Kansas State, Lehigh, and Gonzaga.
As a sophomore, James averaged 18.1 points, 8.2 assists, and 4.2 rebounds per game for the Bengals, while leading them to their first Division 2 EMass championship with a win over Stoughton. The point guard was named to the Boston City League All-Star team for his efforts.
Lawrence, Senior, G
In his first season as a full-time starter, Martinez proved he belonged, averaging 15 points a game and leading the Lancers to the Division 1 North quarterfinals. The senior sharpshooter earned Merrimack Valley Conference Div. 1 MVP honors.
After averaging a respectable 12.6 points and 8.1 rebounds a game last season, Merry become a force as a senior. The 6-foot-7-inch center dominated the NEC, scoring 15.3 points per game, while pulling in 11 rounds and blocking 8 shots a contest. Merry also upped his game in the post season, scoring 19.5 points a game, as Danvers earned the Division 3 State title.
Berwick, Senior, PG
Rafferty averaged 22.2 points, 6.5 rebounds, and 6 assists per game. He was named co-MVP of the EIL and was his team's MVP. He graduates as Berwick Academy's all-time leading scorer with 1,705 points. He is a three-time First-Team All-EIL selection.
St. Mark's, Senior
The senior was the unanimous ISL MVP after averaging 17.7 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 2.3 blocks per game. He led St. Mark's to the Class AA Championship and was named to the Class AA All-New England First-Team. He will continue playing at Arizona.
Beaver Country Day, Sophomore, C
The 6-9 center was named EIL co-MVP after averaging 15.1 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 3.2 blocks a game. The sophomore led Beaver Country Day to an undefeated regular season and the EIL regular season championship. He also helped his team win the NEPSAC Class 3 title.
Newton North, Senior, PG
Thorpe, who plans to play for Emerson, averaged 15 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 steals per game for the Tigers and was named the Bay State League's MVP. The senior point guard reached the 1,000-point mark this season and is also a league All-Star in volleyball.
coach of the year
Cardoso led the Townies to a 20-5 record and a Division 1 North title. For his work, the Lexington Christian Academy graduate earned Boston City North All-Star recognition. Cardoso played basketball at Eastern Nazarene College for four years and spent a year playing semi-pro.
In his third season as Brighton coach, Coleman led the Bengals to a 21-4 season that culminated in the program's first Division 2 EMass title. The Charlestown alumni ('97) is a two-time Boston City South Coach of the Year and has a career record of 54-16.
Moran, who donned a St. Mary's jersey 30 years ago when he played for the school, guided the Spartans to a 20-6 season that culminated in a Catholic Central Large championship and the Division 4 championship, St. Mary's first in Moran's eight years.
Walsh led the Falcons to a 21-4 record and a Division 3 State Championship in just his second year leading Danvers. The Malden Catholic ('98) and UMass-Dartmouth ('03) grad has amassed a record of 34-14 and was named the Northeast Conference Coach of the Year in 2011.
Dennis-Yarmouth: Jamarie Hall. Falmouth: Andrew McGill, Damien Reid, Deven Soares. Marshfield: Erik Whitaker. Nauset: Dakota Girard. Plymouth North: Jesse Bunting. Plymouth South: Andrew Bochman, Ryan McLaughlin, Aaron Pierce. Sandwich: Joey Downes, Zac Sprague.
Braintree: Pat Delano. Brookline: Elijah Rogers. Dedham: Jeremy Clifford, Vinny Iarrobino. Milton: Juwan Gooding. Natick: Alex Hilger, Bobby Scribner. Needham: Shy Davis, Kevin Farley. Newton North: Michael Thorpe, Luke Westman. Norwood: Thomas Munro, Sean O'Neill. Walpole: Tom Donnellan. Wellesley: Cooper Ainge. Weymouth: Khary Bailey-Smith, Damian Lugay.
Brockton: Sayvon Houston, Jahleel Moise, Jamal Reuben. Durfee: John O'Neil. New Bedford: Jonathan Forter, Cameron Walker.
Boston English: Wiley Shipman, Kwame Townsend, Tyrone Williams. Brighton: Daivon Edwards, Malik James, Jerard Mayes. Burke: Jahkaria Christopher, Dana Hines, Charles Slayden. Charlestown: Rony Fernandez, Tyrese Hoxter, Omar Orriois. CASH: Joshua Lopes-Baptista, Anthony Ware. Dorchester: Briant Andrews, Jermain Kallon, Jeduan Langston. East Boston: Travan Moore, Kenny Ramos, Patrick Santos. Fenway: Justin Phillips, Jonathan Roman, Eduard Santos. Latin Academy: Rayshawn Miller, Edwin Porro, DeVaughn Riley. Madison Park: O'Shea Joy, Rayshaw Matthews, Dakym Murray. New Mission: Nathaniel Anderson, Isshiah Coleman, Leroy Hamilton. O'Bryant: Jared Butler, Joseph Farrell, Wesley Ogebeveon. Snowden: Javaugh Kittrell, Paul Maurice, Kareen Murrell. South Boston: Alexander Brown, Phillip Lodge, Euclides Semedo. West Roxbury: Sterling Brown, Markus Neale, Frederick Oliveira.
Cape & Islands
Cape Cod Academy: John Hegarty, Sam Johnson, Jonah Morris. Cape Cod Tech: Matt Perocchi. Chatham: Jon Robinson, Ryan Williamson. Nantucket: Andrew Benson, Terrell Correia. Pope John Paul II: Ben Gibson. Sturgis: Jacob Tobey.
Amesbury: Matt Talbot. Georgetown: Tyler Wade. Hamilton-Wenham: Stephen Tam. Lynnfield: Steve Carangelo. Manchester Essex: Chris Bishop, Joe Burgess, Sean Nally. Masconomet: Adam Bramanti, Alex Brown. Newburyport: Brett Fontaine. North Andover: Zach Karalis, Mike Moroney, Isaiah Nelson. Pentucket: Will Angelini, Corey McNamara.
Archbishop Williams: Tim Andrea. Arlington Catholic: John Mattera, Connor O'Leary, Bob Wesoloski, Matt Woods. Austin Prep: Eric Barbas. Bishop Fenwick: Dom Luoni. Cardinal Spellman: Mike Downing, Joey Glynn, Paul Preziosi. Cathedral: Anthony Bell. Cristo Rey: Brandon Williams. Lowell Catholic: Jake Rafferty. Marian: Trevor Rabidou, Kenny Seitz. Matignon: Bobby Crane, John Flaherty, Ronnie Slater. Pope John: Malcolm Brown, Mike Igo, James McCormack, Keysean Woods. St. Clement: Pena Emaru, Kevin Foley, Jesus Gamboro. St. Mary's: Nick Gagliolo, Matt Manning, Devin Thompson, Randolf Thurman. Trinity Catholic: Jalen Morris.
BC High: Charles Collins, Jameilen Jones, Oderah Obukwelu. Catholic Memorial: Matt Droney, Dan Powers, Armani Reeves, Aamahne Santos. Malden Catholic: Jared Lewis, John Mastascusa, Kyle Sangster. St. John's Prep: Mike Carbone, Stephen Haladyna, Freddy Shove. Xaverian: Bryce Boggs.
Chelsea: Sammy Mojica, Sean Quiroz. Greater Lawrence: Felix Marte, Joseph Urena. Greater Lowell: Jayson Colon, Dominic Dar, Ronzi Hagler. Lynn Tech: Mike Duarte, E.J. Ward. Minuteman: Brendan Kingston, Troy Newton. Mystic Valley: Ben Burtrell, Mike Foley, Hari Perisic, Greg Statho. North Shore: Ellijah Alfred, Jordan Mendez. Northeast: Angel Castro. Shawsheen: Steve Reynolds, Joe Spinale. Whittier: Mark Galva, Gio Gomez, Ryan Grant, Justin Reyes.
Acton-Boxborough: Joey Flannery, Kevin LaFrancis, Jake Pilecki. Bedford: Marquis Layne, Nick Nocera. Boston Latin: Savaugn Dinkins, Jack Duggan, Miles Wright. Concord-Carlisle: Evan Boynton, Jamir Henderson, Tyler Kimble, Blaine Taylor. Lincoln-Sudbury: Sam Casey, Ben Lawhorn. Newton South: Phil Levin-Caleb. Waltham: Bobby Cappadona, Junior Cherry, Jacob Dufrene, Mike Gelineau. Wayland: Jaleel Bell, Tyler Mordas. Westford: Matt Ellis, Ryan Jann, Alex Preckol. Weston: Rashaan Powell.
Bishop Feehan: Samuel Forget, Brendan Fowler, Andrew Murphy. Bishop Stang: Julian Pope. Coyle & Cassidy: Sean Myron. Martha's Vineyard: Izak Browne, Peter Keaney, Jack Roberts. Somerset Berkley: Cam Christo, Matt Hermenau.
Bancroft: D.J. Fajana, P.J. Lidonde. Beaver Country Day: Joe Connelly, Jeff Spellman, Jacquil Taylor. Berwick: Logan Bement, Saul Groman, Harry Rafferty. Concord Academy: Malin Segal. Landmark: Levy Tourigny. Pingree: Issac Carp, John Spears.
Cambridge: Edison Correia, Troy Dacosta, Fredens Derieus, Marcus Faison, Kevin Lovaincy. Everett: Michael Brooks, Jordan Seldon. Malden: Terrance Maisonneuve, Rodney Morton. Medford: Sean Doncaster, Larry Keating. Somerville: Johnson Thomas.
Attleboro: JJ Jolaoso. Canton: Joe McCabe. Franklin: Sam Bohmiller, Joe Palazini. King Philip: Jake Layman, John Mullane. Mansfield: Brian Hershman, Mike Hershman. Oliver Ames: Nick Bruha, Andrew Reardon. Sharon: Brian Mukasa. Stoughton: Aaron Calixte, Marcus Middleton.
Belmont Hill: Sultan Olusekun. Brooks: Anthony Barry, Aaron Davis. BB&N: Eric Olson. Governor's Academy: Duncan Robinson. Groton: David Caldwell. Lawrence Academy: Kyle Howes, Jalen Myrie. Middlesex: Tyson Hallowell. Milton Academy: Eric Davis, Jesse Pagliuca, Travis Sheldon. Nobles: Robert Martin. Rivers: Carlin Haymon, Nick Lund, Kyle Reardon. Roxbury Latin: Patrick Benzan. St. George's: Jaleel Wheeler. St. Mark's: Eric Green, Nik Stauskas, Kaleb Tarczewski. St. Paul's: Tarik Smith. Thayer: Brian Hurley.
Mass. Bay Independent
Boston Trinity: Udoka Obiora, Zack Petion, Bumi Yesufu. BU Academy: Charles Barton, Gabe Ravel. Brimmer & May: Quinn Iuliano. Cambridge Weston: Stone Lin. Chapel Hill: Andrew Davis, Peter Wang. Commonwealth: Sam Black, Skye Elliott. Covenant Christian: Caleb Ezewuzie. Gann Academy: Gary Blake, Dave Roberts. Learning Center: Daniel Letendre, Chance Morgan. Newman Prep: Allen Chen, Adam Khafif, Max Sherwood, Barry Wu. Waldorf: Eddie Costello. Waring: Henry Balf, Jack Stanton.
Boston Collegiate: Matt Prokop. Boston Prep: Bertholyn Alexandre. City On A Hill: Henry Vilfort. Kennedy Academy: Reginald Edge. Pacific Rim Charter: Zachary Badohu. Prospect Hill: Rayoni Matos.
Avon: Saleek Marshall. Bishop Connolly: Tommy Keyes, Brandon Mattos. Blue Hills: Brandon Onychefule. Bristol Aggie: EZ Goncalves, Krista MacDermid. Bristol-Plymouth: Mike Goyette. Diman: Jordan Mace. Holbrook: Dantè Bittle, Alijiah Robinson. Norfolk Aggie: James Sacco. Old Colony: Cody Rodrigues. Sacred Heart: Chris Weimer. South Shore Voc-Tech: Sam Clark. Southeastern: Andrew Pettiford. Tri-County: Dariel Nunez. Upper Cape: James Peterson. West Bridgewater: Zack Harris, Josh Ruggles. Westport: John Clay, Ryan Mederios.
Andover: James Costello, Sam Dowden. Billerica: Pedro Trindade. Central Catholic: Joel Berroa, Doug Gemmell, Tyler Nelson. Chelmsford: Corey Everleigh. Lawrence: Tre'von Farley, Franklin Martinez. Lowell: Jonathan Perez, Alexis Ravelo. Methuen: Kyle Mansour.
Arlington: Paul Brooks, Brandon Castro. Belmont: John Dillon, Sam Musler. Lexington: Pat Burns. Reading: Nate Clarke, Kenny Reed. Woburn: Matt Littleton.
Burlington: Mark Melanson. Melrose: Jalen Adams, Matt Sherlock. Wakefield: Bruce Brown, Kendall Hamilton. Watertown: Pat Mchugh. Wilmington: Kyle Albanese, Tim McCarthy.
Beverly: Chris Keaton, Cam Rogers, Zach Zigelbaum. Danvers: Nick Bates, Eric Martin, Nick McKenna, George Merry. Gloucester: Jason Vizena. Lynn Classical: Moise Builou, Uche Nwokeji. Lynn English: Fred Hogan, Keandre Stanton. Marblehead: Phil Coughlin. Peabody: Steve Girolamo, Mike Gould. Revere: Chris Palladino. Salem: Marvin Baez, Christian Dunston. Saugus: Curtis Casella, Salim Omerovic. Swampscott: A.J. Baker, Michael Walsh. Winthrop: Joshawa Babb, Joe D'Amore, Quinton Dale.
Duxbury: Curtis Owen. Hanover: Derek Healy, Sean McNally. Hingham: Kevin Blair, Eddie Bowler, Nick Passios. Middleborough: Luke Szulak. North Quincy: Paul Cunniff, Dan Gould, Tim Liuzzo, Marquis McClendon. Pembroke: Billy Quigg, Justin Ryan. Quincy: Zerick Fadairo, Tino Goncalves, Jaquan Harris. Scituate: David Cox, John Foster, Dan Palmer. Silver Lake: Tucker Bouchard, Dave Lynch. Whitman-Hanson: Blake Hickey, Dondre James, Alex Nuby.
Apponequet: Tyler DeMello. Bourne: Nakia Hendricks, Robert Leavenworth. Case: Andrew Kenyon. Dighton-Rehoboth: Dylan Barbosa, Ryan Walsh. Greater New Bedford: Corey Ponte. Old Rochester: Max Risch. Wareham: Aaron Baptiste, Darien Fernandez.
Abington: Brandon Cawley. Carver: Myles Dias, Tevin Silva. Cohasset: Shane Haggerty, Kyrell Juandoo. East Bridgewater: Casey DeAndrade. Harwich: Bobby McGillivray. Hull: Dylan Silvestri. Mashpee: Zak Orcutt. Norwell: Jordan Jenkins, Peter Marchetti, Brendan McGreenery, Nick Volpe. Rockland: Tyler Gibson, Matt Nickolson, Ricky Witt.
Ashland: Tim Juitt, Shane Pasquantonio. Bellingham: Erik Jensen. Dover-Sherborn: Lee Jenkins. Holliston: Dan Barone. Hopkinton: Jason Dlugolecki, Barrett Hanlon. Medfield: John McCarthy, Drew Shea. Medway: Matt Ozzella. Millis: Chris Baker, Derek Latosek. Norton: Steve Burrill, Colin Feeney. Westwood: Joe Lally, Glenn Parsons.