BOSTON HERALD FIELD HOCKEY ALL-SCHOLASTICS
Lily Athanas (Manchester-Essex)
Callie Beauparlant (Newburyport)
Hannah Blomquist (Westwood)
Abby Boudreau (Wakefield)
Gabriela Braceras (Concord-Carlisle)
Maeve Campbell (Plymouth North)
Sara Carney (Franklin)
Kate Cunning (Cohasset)
Katie Devine (Lexington)
Caroline DiGiovanni (Monomoy)
Grace Donahue (Wellesley)
Maggie Driscoll (Watertown)
Paige Gillette (Andover)
Natalie Griffin (Walpole)
Paige Hawkins (Sandwich)
Kenzie Kelly (Needham)
Mia Legere (Winchester)
Amanda Lewandowski (Franklin)
Erin Little (Acton-Boxboro)
Jillian Loebs (Acton-Boxboro)
Lizzie Loftus (Watertown)
Makenzie Manning (King Philip)
Cally McSweeney (Masconomet)
Hanna Medwar (Andover)
Niki Micciche (Winchester)
Grace Morey (Bishop Fenwick)
Isabelle Mosley (Middleboro)
Emma Reilly (Andover)
Raquel Reis (New Bedford)
Molly Stephens (Cohasset)
Caroline Whelan (Walpole)
LILY ATHANAS, MANCHESTER-ESSEX
After Cape Ann League All-Star recognition the previous two seasons, this senior captain wrapped up her career by being named the Baker Division MVP for a Hornets team that was unbeaten in its final nine games. A National Honor Society member and the MIAA Student of the Month for September, the three-sport star has signed to play lacrosse at Georgetown.
CALLIE BEAUPARLANT, NEWBURYPORT
A scoring machine during her time with the Clippers, her senior campaign was no different as she racked up 16 goals and seven assists in just 10 games, giving her 115 points for her career and earning CAL Kinney MVP honors for the division champs. Also a member of the lacrosse team, she will continue her field hockey career at Assumption.
HANNAH BLOMQUIST, WESTWOOD
The senior tallied 11 goals and 10 assists in leading the Wolverines to a 7-0 regular season record this fall, ending her career with 27 goals and 25 assists for 52 points. A four-time Tri-Valley League All-Star and the Large Division MVP as a junior, Blomquist has signed to play field hockey at Bentley, where she will also compete on the club ice hockey squad.
ABBY BOUDREAU, WAKEFIELD
The junior has emerged as one of the premier goalies in the Middlesex League on both the pitch and the ice as a multi-sport standout for the Warriors, posting a save percentage of .894 in eight games this fall while taking Freedom Division Co-MVP honors. A three-year starter in net in ice hockey, the honor roll student hopes to play both sports in college.
GABRIELE BRACERAS, CONCORD-CARLISLE
For the second straight season, the senior paced the Patriots in goals, notching eight this fall and adding five assists, garnering a place on the Dual County League All-Star squad for the second time. Also a two-time DCL All-Star in ice hockey, the National Honor Society member is headed to the Ivy League to play field hockey at Dartmouth.
MAEVE CAMPBELL, PLYMOUTH NORTH
The sophomore sniper was nearly unstoppable this fall, lighting up opponents for 20 goals and 11 assists while helping the Eagles to the Patriot League Cup title and claiming the Keenan Division MVP. A high honors student, Campbell already has 29 goals in her brief career and is also a member of the ice hockey and lacrosse programs.
SARA CARNEY, FRANKLIN
The Panthers ran the table to a perfect 11-0 record and the Hockomock League Cup title and this senior was a major reason why as she had five goals and six assists as part of a potent offense that included fellow All-Scholastic Amanda Lewandowski and younger sister Kaitlyn. A Hockomock League All-Star honorable mention, she is an honor roll student.
KATE CUNNING, COHASSET
The senior standout had the distinction of being one of the state’s most prolific scorers on the winningest team in EMass as she registered 26 goals and 16 assists for the 13-0 Skippers on her way to co-MVP of the South Shore League. A 100-point scorer for her career, Cunning may be even more accomplished for the state champion lacrosse team and will compete in that sport at Columbia.
KATIE DEVINE, LEXINGTON
It was a repeat performance as Middlesex Liberty co-MVP for this senior, who scored 10 goals and 11 assists in eight games for the division co-champions to make her second appearance as an All-Scholastic. An NFHCA All-Region selection as a junior, Devine also plays for the Minutemen ice hockey and lacrosse teams and will continue her field hockey career at BU.
CAROLINE DIGIOVANNI, MONOMOY
Already a two-time Cape & Islands Lighthouse MVP, the junior managed an eye-popping 29 goals in the shortened slate, giving her 53 over the last two seasons, and added four assists for the Sharks, who won the Lighthouse postseason tournament. An honor roll student, DiGiovanni has been a three-sport varsity athlete since eighth grade, also playing ice hockey and softball.
GRACE DONAHUE, WELLESLEY
A playmaker for the Raiders, this senior is adept at finishing or setting up teammates, as evidenced by her eight goals and 15 assists this year, giving her totals of 24 goals and 33 assists for her career. Also an honor roll student and a state champion with the Wellesley ice hockey squad, Donahue has signed to play field hockey for Holy Cross.
MAGGIE DRISCOLL, WATERTOWN
The latest star produced by the Raider dynasty, the sophomore registered 12 goals and eight assists this fall as one of the catalysts of an unbeaten season and garnering co-MVP honors in the Middlesex League. An honor roll student, Driscoll plays three varsity sports at Watertown, also competing for the ice hockey and lacrosse teams.
PAIGE GILLETTE, ANDOVER
After backstopping the Golden Warriors to a sectional crown last fall, this senior goalie closed out her career with an unbeaten campaign, allowing just one goal and posting a .952 save percentage in earning her second Herald All-Scholastic selection. An honor roll student and captain for the basketball and softball teams as well, Gillette will play field hockey at Assumption.
NATALIE GRIFFIN, WALPOLE
After excelling as a defender earlier in her career, this junior stepped into a more offensive role this fall and continued to deliver for the unbeaten Porkers with 10 goals and four assists, repeating as a Bay State Conference All-Star and Herald All-Scholastic. An honor roll student, Griffin is also a key member of the basketball and lacrosse teams.
PAIGE HAWKINS, SANDWICH
The Blue Knights were able to capture the Cape & Islands Atlantic tournament crown this fall in large part due to the efforts of this junior, who scored 16 goals and added four assists in being named Atlantic Division MVP. A three-time league all-star, Hawkins is also an ice hockey standout with 73 points in three varsity seasons for Sandwich.
KENZIE KELLY, NEEDHAM
The Rockets posted an unbeaten season this fall and this senior was one of the driving forces behind it as she registered eight goals and five assists in 10 games to boost her final total to 47 points for her career. A three-time Bay State Conference All-Star, Kelly also captains the ice hockey and lacrosse teams and is headed to Wesleyan.
MIA LEGERE, WINCHESTER
The senior must be a popular teammate with the way she dishes out helpers as she put up nine goals and 17 assists for a Sachems team that shared the Middlesex Liberty Division title this fall, finishing her career with totals of 24 goals and 38 assists. A two-time Middlesex League All-Star, she is also a four-year varsity member of the ice hockey squad.
AMANDA LEWANDOWSKI, FRANKLIN
After being the runner-up as a junior, Lewandowski followed up by being named Hockomock League Kelley-Rex MVP as a senior, scoring 32 points in leading the Panthers to an 11-0-2 mark and scoring the game-winning goal in the final of the Hockomock Cup. She will major in nursing and play field hockey at Saint Anselm in the fall.
ERIN LITTLE, ACTON-BOXBORO
One of two three-time Herald All-Scholastics on this list, this senior may have only played six games this fall but made them count as she had eight goals and nine assists to help the Colonials win all six, finishing with 41 goals and 41 assists for her career. Twice an NFHCA All-Region selection, the BU-bound Little is also an honor roll student and lacrosse team member.
JILLAN LOEBS, ACTON-BOXBORO
This senior powered a potential Colonials offense the past two seasons, leading the team in scoring both years, including 17 goals and six assists in just six games this fall to finishing with 68 points for her career. A Dual County League All-Star, Loebs will play her sixth varsity season of ice hockey this winter, and is committed to UMass Lowell for field hockey.
LIZZIE LOFTUS, WATERTOWN
A true two-way force on the field for the unbeaten Raiders, this sophomore not only anchored the back but was a vital offensive contributor as well, chipping in seven goals and four assists, giving her 34 points in her two seasons. A Middlesex League All-Star and honor roll student, Loftus is already a captain in both field hockey and ice hockey, and plays lacrosse as well.
MAKENZIE MANNING, KING PHILIP
In the last two years as starter for the Warriors, this senior goalie has been a brick wall in the cage, stopping over 90 percent of shots faced and earning Hockomock League All-Star selections each season. Manning, who was the team MVP this fall, is an honor roll student who runs both indoor and outdoor track and is a youth field hockey coach.
CALLY McSWEENEY, MASCONOMET
This senior has filled a variety of roles in her four years on the varsity and shined in all of them, closing out her career with nine goals and seven assists for the unbeaten Chieftains to run her career totals to 30 goals and 47 assists. A three-time Cape Ann League All-Star who will play at Merrimack next year, she is also a four-year starter for the basketball team.
HANNA MEDWAR, ANDOVER
Making her third appearance as a Herald All-Scholastic, this senior managed to hit the 100-point plateau for her career in her final season despite playing just six games, all of them wins, finishing with 109. A four-time MVC All-Star and MAX Field Hockey All-Region player, the Middlebury-bound Medwar is also a high honors student and four-year ice hockey player.
NIKI MICCICHE, WINCHESTER
What a legacy this senior leaves for the Sachems with 27 goals and 15 assists in her final campaign, which included a Middlesex Liberty co-championship. She became the program’s all-time leading scorer with 98 career points. A three-time Middlesex League All-Star, Micciche is also a two-year captain and all-star in ice hockey.
GRACE MOREY, BISHOP FENWICK
After a breakout 27-point season last fall, this junior continued her ascension this year, scoring 15 goals and eight assists to earn Catholic Central League MVP honors while leading the Crusaders to the CCL tournament title. A National Honor Society member, Morey is a three-sport varsity athlete, also playing ice hockey and softball.
ISABELLE MOSLEY, MIDDLEBORO
After an impressive first two seasons for this stingy goalie, the Sachems appear to be set in the cage for the next two as the sophomore has already posted 10 career shutouts in her brief career and was named co-MVP of the South Shore League this fall. A high honors student, Mosley is first chair violin in the Middleboro orchestra.
EMMA REILLY, ANDOVER
This sophomore has quickly established herself as one of the most promising players in the state, scoring six goals and adding 10 assists this fall and garnering a second MVC All-Conference nod for the unbeaten Golden Warriors. A high honors student, Reilly was named a National Top 100 Player in the Class of 2023 by MAX Field Hockey and a 2020 Under Armour Game selection.
RAQUEL REIS, NEW BEDFORD
The Whalers program underwent a massive turnaround in the last several years and this senior was a critical cog in that success as the leader of the defense for a team that claimed the Southeastern Conference tournament crown, adding a pair of goals as well. A National Honor Society member and AP scholar, Reis is also a standout on the ice hockey and lacrosse teams.
MOLLY STEPHENS, COHASSET
A controlling presence in the midfield for the team that won more games than any other in EMass this fall with a 13-0 mark, this junior booked a spot on the South Shore League All-Star team for a second time. A National Honor Society member, Stephens was a key contributor to the Skippers’ 2019 Div. 2 lacrosse state champs, the sport she has committed to play at Brown.
CAROLINE WHELAN, WALPOLE
The Porkers continue to produce talented players and this junior certainly qualifies as she led her undefeated squad in scoring this fall with 11 goals and seven assists in earning a spot on her second Bay State Conference All-Star team and giving her 60 career points. Whelan also has a deft touch on the lacrosse field, verbally committing to play at UMass.
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Grace Donahue, Riley Boyle, Megan Webb (Wellesley); Mary Williams, Ella Maher (Newton North); Aine Downey, Pom Strauss (Brookline); Kenzie Kelly, Maeve Hymovitz, Cammy Foster (Needham); Alex Mcgrath, Emma Peck (Natick); Hannah Jackle, Maggie Burchill, Bridget Lee (Braintree); Kat Baker, Christina Sweeney, Natalie Vaughan (Milton); Anya Younie (Weymouth); Natalie Griffin, Jessica Tosone, Caroline Whelan, Molly Weiand (Walpole)
CAPE AND ISLANDS
ATLANTIC: Paige Hawkins, Macey White, Lily Tobin, Molly Dwyer, Maura McIver (Sandwich); Caitlin Walsh, Grace Cotoia, Isabella Gannon (Dennis-Yarmouth); Katherine Shanahan, Kyleigh Waggett, Natalie Bosselman (Falmouth); Zoe Bates, Sophie Christopher, Abby Stevens (Nauset); Grace Cooney, Reagan Hicks (Barnstable)
MVP: Paige Hawkins
LIGHTHOUSE: Caroline DiGiovanni, Nikki Awalt, Carly Dimock (Monomoy); Emily Gorsuch, Lucy Barker, Kellyn Thayer (Saint John Paul II); Isabelle Coughlin, Charles Furtado (Sturgis East); Maggie Dankert, Isabelle Adams, Charlotte Hagerty (Sturgis West)
MVP: Caroline DiGiovanni
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
Sydney Calderwood (Amesbury); Vivian Burr, Nicolette Ferrara (Georgetown); Sarah Cooke (Hamilton-Wenham); Rowan Galanis, Riley Daly (Ipswich); Madison Murphy, Ava Marotta (Lynnfield); Lily Athanas, Caelie Patrick (Manchester-Essex); Callie Beauparlant, Maddie Medeiros, Shannon Brennan (Newburyport); Ava Czarnota, Rees Lord (North Reading); Meg Arnette, Meg Freiermuth (Pentucket)
MVP: Lily Athanas, Callie Beauparlant
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Grace Morey, Catalina Elias, Paige Littlehale, Kristina Rusha, Kailey Silva (Bishop Fenwick); Sara Pereira, Noelle Vincze, Alyssa Farias (Bishop Stang); Isabel Hulse, Patricia Bibeau (Austin Prep); Katie Faust, Annie D’Ambrosia, Grace Klingaman, Rylie Brennan, Ava Meehan (Bishop Feehan); Pej’ae Parent, Yirsy Queliz, Maggie Pierce, Shannon Lovett, Achan Wol
MVP: Grace Morey
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
Erin Little, Jillian Loebs, Caroline Utz, Mary Crowley (Acton-Boxboro); Ela Braceras, Emily Stone, Courtney Piper, Tori Postler (Concord-Carlisle); Sarah Molloy, Sabina Pestka, Emma Griffith, Alexa Faber (Lincoln-Sudbury); Owen deMars, Ashley Enis, Jacklyn O’Connor (Westford Academy); Bella Valente, Maia Kim (Newton South); Ella LaSperance, Marley Miller, Julia Wegerbaurer (Wayland); Sophia Morrissey, Gianna Mici, Shannon Young (Bedford); Maya Malenfant, Jackie Goode, Lily Heslam, Reed Van Ogtrop, Molly Bartholomew (Weston); Caitlyn Burke, Jessica McPherson (Waltham)
KELLEY-REX: Amanda Lewandowski, Kaitlyn Carney, Stephanie Bell (Franklin); Shae Salisbury, Madison Ellis (Attleboro); MaKenzie Manning, Abby Nixon, Grace Crocker, Isabelle Crocker (King Philip); Lindsay Devine, Bella Deberghes (Mansfield); Ashley Amaro, Alana Tavares (Taunton)
MVP: Amanda Lewandowski
DAVENPORT: Maria Femia, Riley O’Connor, Allie Getfeas,Meghan LaBelle (Canton); Ella Waryas, Dylan Rappoli, Shannon Egan (Foxboro); Emily Han, Maggie Woods, Georgia Costello (Oliver Ames); Haley Nelson, Zofia Bangs (Stoughton); Julia Puccio (North Attleboro)
MVP: Maria Femia
LIBERTY: Grace Corsetti, Ava Talanian, Madeline Krepelka (Arlington); Emma Donovan, Olympia Kalavnatis (Belmont); Katie Devine, Isabel Larabee, Annabel Cincotta, Hannah Ward (Lexington); Madaket Rzepka, Caroline Grayson (Reading); Niki Micciche, Mia Legere, Brooke Moloney-Kolenberg, Maddy Dengler (Winchester); Lily Anderson (Woburn)
MVP: Katie Devine, Niki Micciche
FREEDOM: Jolene Russo, Alexia Hamilton, Anna Otis (Burlington); Brianna Stanton, Elizabeth Casey, Kalina Piasecki (Melrose); Katie Oro, Ava Krasco (Stoneham); Abigail Boudreau (Wakefield); Maggie Driscoll, Lizzie Loftus, Molly Driscoll, Taylor Lambo (Watertown); Annabelle Kane, Chase Andersen, Ida Bishop (Wilmington)
MVP: Abigail Boudreau, Maggie Driscoll
Maeve Campbell, Emily Jenkins, Megan Hanna, Izzy Ward, Kalyn Burgess (Plymouth North); Katie Hartnett, Maddie Decelles, Kyle Wilson, Abbey Kennedy, Kenzie Wilson (Hingham); Caitrin Hazley-Collins, Paige Nally, Toni Lerardi, Allison Dahlen (Silver Lake); Nora Lema, Emma Ross (Duxbury); Olivia Phelps (Whitman-Hanson); Jane Feeney, Kiera Reidy, Molly Boyle, Siobhan Reidy, Mia Peterson (Scituate); Miranda DeMita , Kaleigh Murphy, Holly Sullivan, Megan Dorsey, Isabella Kane (Pembroke); Anna Tedeschi, Sydney Weber, Claire Connolly, Hildey McCorkell (Hanover); Erin Tracey, Brianna Fortin (Marshfield); Emily Irwin (Plymouth South)
MVP: Maeve Campbell, Jane Feeney
Sara Spatola, Paige Tanes, Abigail Szumita (Bridgewater-Raynham); Devonte Medley, Lacy Moran (Brockton); Audrey Morin, Mariyah Beniquez, Emma Tetrault, Morgan Paiva, Lily Gioiosa (Dartmouth); Abbey Strollo, Faith Ferreira, Abbie Bustin (Durfee); Raquel Reis, Tatum Reis, Tess Tarpey, Kennedy Franklin (New Bedford); Paul McCafferty, Rachel Smith, Anna Trott, Elise Puliafico (West Bridgewater)
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
Kate Cunning, Molly Stephens, Frances Brisbane, Maddie Miller, Ainsley Allen, Brooke Evans (Cohasset); Emilee Stagnitta, Ashleigh Johnson (Carver); Hope Newman, Bella Dalto, Luci Schneider, Allie Pechulis, Rachel Bouffard (East Bridgewater); Camryn Marano, Leanne Melendy, Isabelle Mosley (Middleboro); Lily Amorosino, Maddie Hohmann, Hope Greene, Lizzy Carnes (Norwell); Sydney Burke (Mashpee)
MVP: Kate Cunning, Isabelle Mosley
POD 1: Madigan Flynn, Olivia Gleason (Ashland); Rylee Chiappone (Bellingham); Sarah Doyle, Sophie Driscoll (Hopkinton); Mary Kate MacDougall, Sophie Brady, Rayah Vasko (Medway); Jordyn Kuharich, Peyton Hastings, Bridget Daigneault, Abby Glynn (Holliston)
MVP: Sophie Brady
POD 2: Maille Crowley (Dedham); Merritt Sullivan, Emma Goodnes (Dover-Sherborn); Molly Hardiman (Medfield); Hannah Blomquist, Kendall Blomquist, Kate Deehan, Abby Crowley, Kathleen Reissfelder (Westwood); Caroline Davey, Maggie Curran, Delaney Gover (Norwood)
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