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Girls track All-Scholastics and All-Stars – Boston Herald



Obiageli Akubude (Concord-Carlisle) 100 hurdles

Kylee Bernard (Cambridge) 400

Shakira Cadet (Durfee) triple jump

Rory Clare (Wellesley) 800/Mile

Abby Desmarais (Framingham) 400

Charlotte DiRocco (Concord-Carlisle) High jump

Caitlin Dumouchel (Mansfield) Javelin

Amelia Everett (Newton South) 800/Mile

Megan Frazee (Westford Academy) Pentathlon/pole vault

Natalie Krysta (Bellingham) Discus

Carmen Luisi (Holliston) 2-mile

Skye Petrie-Cameron (Newton North) Shot put

Kiyanni Simas (Milford) long jump

Elliana Tweedie (Westford Academy) 100/200

Pembroke 4×100
Allison Flaherty, Sarah Claflin, Katie Gibbons, Catrena Ghattas

Weston 4×400
Tally Zeller, Kaitlyn Ewald, Sloan Hinton, Julie Hohenberg

Newton South 4×800

Lily Bulczynski, Sofia Arboleda, Molly Johnson, Amelia Everett




The school record holder at 14.50, this junior finished a strong second at the Meet of Champions in 14.91 after copping the silver medal at the Div. 2 championships with her 14.83. A Dual County League All-Star, she is also an accomplished swimmer. Akubude received the Oberlin College Book Award.


The junior captured both the 200 (24.71) and 400 (56.09) Div. 1 titles. Bernard earned the gold medal in the 400 at the Meet of Champions (56.09) and took second at the New England Championships at 400 meters. The National Honor Society member has the Cambridge school record in both the 200 and 400.


This junior triple jumper leaped to a 38-11 1/2 at the New Balance Nationals after nailing the same distance to win the gold medal at the Meet of Champions. Cadet was dominant at the Foxboro Twilight Invitational where she captured the high jump, long jump and triple jump and was awarded the Outstanding Athlete of the meet.


This senior had second-place finishes in the 800 and mile at the Meet of Champions in 2:10.70 and 4:59.70 respectively. Clare also clocked a swift 10:49 in the 2-mile. She was a double winner in the Div. 2 championships in the 800 and mile and was fourth in the Emerging Elites 2-mile at the Nike Nationals. A two-time MVP of both the Bay State Conference and the Wellesley squad, the National Honor Society member will attend Columbia.


The sophomore raced to big wins at the Meet of Champions in 63.09 and Div. 1 in 64.23. Desmarais was dominant at the Bay State Conference Championships, winning the 400 and 400 hurdles. She raced to victory in a personal best of 12.48 over 100 meters at the Coaches Twilight Invitational. Desmarais clocked a personal best of 57.38 to win the 400 at the Lou Tozzi Twilight Freshman/Sophomore Invitational.


This sophomore was third at New Englands at 5-5 after clearing 5-6 for a huge win at the Meet of Champions in Westfield. DiRocco leaped 5-4 to capture the Dual County League title and take third in the Div. 3 championships. She has the indoor school record at 5-4. An honor roll student, DiRocco also competes for the Waltham Track Club.


This UConn-bound talent struck silver at the Meet of Champions with a 127-0 effort. She captured the Div. 3 title with a heave of 129-5 and garnered a personal best of 134-5 in winning the Hockomock League title. Dumouchel was sixth at New Englands with a 117-4 toss. A three-sport athlete, she earned the Brown University Book Award.


The junior garnered the prestigious Gatorade Massachusetts Girls Track and Field Award. She raced to a blazing 2:06.19 personal best in the 800 for third place at the Nike Outdoor Nationals. Everett was a double individual winner at the Meet of Champions in the mile (4:49.31) and 800 (2:07.18) and ran to a personal best in the 1500 in 4:26 at a Battle Road meet.


The best all-around trackster in the state, this senior was second in the pentathlon at the New Balance Nationals and picked up the bronze medal in the pole vault. A two-time All-American, Frazee showed off her range at the Meet of Champions with wins in the 100 hurdles (14.5), pole vault (11-6) and pentathlon (3313), making her the second female to win three event finals at All-States. Frazee also captured all three events in Div. 1 and the Dual County League. She will attend UMass.


Krysta had a sterling season in the discus circle, breaking the school record with a heave of 140-0 to give her five Bellingham marks. This senior was second at the Meet of Champions, second at New Englands and 10th at the New Balance Nationals. Frazee has a personal best of 37-10 in the shot put. President of YMCA Leaders, she will attend UMass.


Luisi was in fine form in the spring season, going undefeated in Tri Valley League meets and capturing both the mile and 2-mile titles. This sophomore owns individual school records in the 800, mile and 2-mile. Luisi captured the 2-mile at the Meet of Champions and was a three-event winner in Div. 4. The 2021-22 Gatorade Massachusetts Cross Country Runner of the Year, Luisi is also an honor roll student.


Petrie-Cameron had a huge sophomore campaign, topped off with a personal best of 41-4 at the Meet of Champions. The Bay State Conference champion, she was second at New Englands and the Div. 1 champion. She is an honor roll student and enjoys lifting and listening to music.


The junior captured the Meet of Champions title in the long jump with a leap of 18-6 1/2. Simas was the Div. 2 champion in the 100 and broke the meet record in the long jump with her 18-1 1/4. Simas enjoys shopping, skiing and working out.


Undefeated in Dual County League competition, Tweedie completed the gold medal double in the 100 and 200 at the Meet of Champions. This junior owns school records in the long jump (18-3), 100 (11.97) and 200 (24.76). She captured the 100 in the Div. 1 championships and took second in the 200. A high honors student, Tweedie is a Massachusetts delegate for the Congress of Future Medical Leaders and President of the Relay for Life Club.

4×100 RELAY

The lineup of Allison Flaherty, Sarah Claflin, Katie Gibbons and Catrena Ghattas outdueled Westford Academy to capture the Meet of Champions title in a quick 49.14 and the Div. 4 title. Flaherty has a 15.55 personal best in the 100 hurdles and will attend Bucknell. Claflin captured the Div. 4 title in both the 100 (12.15) and 200 (25.01), setting school records in both events. Gibbons picked up personal bests of 13.19 in the 100 and 26.84 over 200 meters and is an honor roll student. Ghattas had a big spring with personal bests in the 100 (12.52), long jump (17-3) and long jump (36-5).

4×400 RELAY

A talented group made up of Tally Zeller, Sloan Hinton, Kaitlyn Ewald and Julie Hohenberg blazed to a 3:56.89 to earn the gold medal at the Meet of Champions. The squad also ran away with the Div. 5 title. Zeller, who ran the opening leg, clocked 58.90 for the season and is a member of the National Honor Society. Hinton ran the third leg and was the Dual County League champion in the 400 hurdles. The second-leg runner, Ewald ran a 57.49 split at New Balance Nationals and is an honor roll student. The versatile Hohenberg, a 4:56.31 miler, was the team anchor and captured both the 800 and mile at the Div. 5 championships.

4×800 RELAY

The foursome of Lily Bulczynski, Sofia Arboleda, Molly Johnson and Amelia Everett clocked a sizzling 9:25.37 for an easy win at the Meet of Champions. The squad was victorious in Div. 1. Everett earned the Gatorade Massachusetts Runner of the Year Award and swept the 800/mile in both Div. 1 and Meet of Champions. Bulczynski broke the school record in the 400 (58.31) and was third in the Meet of Champions 800 in 2:14.77. Johnson was second in the mile at the Andover Boosters Invitational and is a three-season athlete.




Bridget Lee (Braintree); Annabel Cloney, Camille Jordan, Lucia Werner, Jordan Liss-Riordan (Brookline); Abby Desmarais (Framingham); Alyssa Peasley (Natick); Alex Bold, Audrey Adam (Needham); Viv Kane, Hannah Hicks, Lorna Arcese, Ciara Evans, Skye Petrie-Cameron, Kiran George, Lily Siegelman (Newton North); Eliza Lee, Cara King, Sophia Axelrod (Walpole); Abby Lothian, Annie Comella, Chantal Coelho, Gaia Jacobs, Rory Clare, Abigail Tucker, Lillie Caiazzo, Megan Webb, Atiana Kochling (Wellesley); Ella Bates, Ainsley Weber, Gracie Richard, Emma Daley (Weymouth)

MVP: Rory Clare


Ava McIntyre, Guiliana Ligor, Alyssa Dimetri, Hayden MacLellan, Emma Mini, Abigail Lilley, 4×100 relay (North Reading); Blake Parker, Hailey LaRosa (Newburyport); Phoebe Rubio, Emily Rubio, 4×800 relay (Pentucket); Amelia Mooradd, 4×400 relay (Ipswich), Teagan Wilson (Triton)


Ava Bullock, Chloe Dibb, Joslin Cabral, Laik O’Reilly, Shea Hardy (Barnstable); Bella Gannon, Rose Anna Joachim, Breanna Braham, Emerson Gardiner, Siena Lauze, Rose Karow (Dennis-Yarmouth); Petrasha Johnson (Falmouth); Rhiannon Vos (Monomoy); Eloise Christy (Martha’s Vineyard); Cecilia LaBarge, Rhianna Sutherland, Rose Freeman, Rebecca Cahill (Nauset); Adrianna Kelsch, Maddie Keyes, Megan Chaney, Claire Davies (Sandwich); Claire Komar, Bailey Ford (Sturgis)

MVP: Chloe Dibb


Casey Curran, Jamie Fulton, Madison Hussey (Archbishop Williams); Cailin Fennessy, Eliza Martin, Isabella Tomic (Austin Prep); Camdyn Asselin, Avery Blanchard, Anna Boyd, Anna Cinelli, Gabrielle Colleran, Kalmia Cryan, Molly Duignan, Emma Fitzgerald, Margaret Flaherty, Lauren Harkins, Morgan Kennedy, Maeve Parrish, Brook Serak, Bridget Sutula (Bishop Feehan); Lucia Conti, Julia Loescher (Bishop Fenwick); Lydia Dounahue-Wilfred, Ashley Holbrook (Cardinal Spellman); Takiyah Johnson-Nicolas (Cathedral)

MVP: Ashley Holbrook


Ava Foley, Kate McCormack. Lauren Joyce, Paige Joyce, Emma Kates, Shaelyn Taylor, Julie Bertarelli, Jenna Savaria, Olivia Mucci, Grace Cingel, Maddie Hannan, Caeli Wagner, Nora Henderson (Notre Dame); Roisin Burke, Helen Osunsanya, Regine Medor, Dominique Habchi (Fontbonne); Jackie Wells, Claire Ryan (Ursuline); Kayla Francillion (Malden Catholic); Ariana Contessi (Mount Alvernia)


Alessandra Gavris, Olivia Jackson, Julie Hohenberg, Sloan Hinton, Tally Zeller, Kaitlyn Ewald, Morgan Rome, Maria Delgizzi, Sofia Moukaddem, Gabriela Friel (Weston); Megan Frazee, Elliana Tweedie, Grace Carroll, Sydney Harding, Jen Graffeo, Alanna Saunders, Alin Aydogan, Jordan Bishop, Nadia Swepson, Audrey Smagula (Westford Academy); Lily Bulczysnki, Molly Johnson, Sandrine Martinez, Amelia Everett, Sofia Arboleda, Farah Gonzalez (Newton South); Katie Sills, Emily Williams, Gabby Pierre (Lincoln-Sudbury); Rachel Starr (Boston Latin); Mia Sullivan, Melissa White, Maggie McInerney, Elizabeth Latham, Catherine Callahan, Kate Houle (Acton-Boxboro); Caitlyn Heus-Smith (Wayland); Kylee Bernard, Leyah Bernard, Juliette Coley, Dootchina Dorielan, Ruri Duffy, Amelie Jamanka, Aoife Shovlin (Cambridge); Obi Akubude, Claire Beckley, Luisa D’Ambrosio, Charlotte DiRocco, Grace Ogden, Grace Waldeck, Jackie White (Concord-Carlisle); Jessica Lin (Bedford); Ella Wozek, Ava Thomas, Valerie Charlie, Mya Drouillard (Waltham)


Carolina Bettero, Janaya Ruperto, Kyra Delaney, Natalia Lopez, Liv Yuong (Revere); Kendra Malcolm, Cynaya Jackson, 4×100 relay (Lynn English); Iasmim De Sousa-Vieira, Anna Casey, Maria Colombo, 4×400 relay (Medford); Lakisha Kirnon (Everett); Cindy Luxama (Somerville); Victoria Gammon (Malden); Gizelle Rodriguez, 4×800 relay (Chelsea)

MVP: Gizelle Rodriguez


Kiyanni Simas, Sarah Brogioli, Kay Wheelock (Milford); Katie Sobieraj, Julia Maclaine, Amelia Andre, Emily Meyers, Johanna Holmes, Jenna Gilman (Oliver Ames); Simone Dunbar (Sharon); Sarah Dumas, Elizabeth Hopkins, Lily DeForge (Franklin); Caitlin Dumouchel, Brooke Penney, Norah Puleo, Anna Buckley, Katie Miller, Chloe Guthrie, Anna Moore, Anna Darlington (Mansfield); Shayla Ford, Analisa Marckmann, Maya Ashu (Stoughton); Nia Mainer-Smith, Caelen O’Leary, Emerson DePonte (Taunton); Daphne Theiler (Sharon); Syriah McCruse, Talya Degraw, Katherine Oliver, Kiley Hanlon (Canton); Elayna Marinelli, Emilia Smith (Attleboro); Marissa Daley, Megan Burns (North Attleboro); Sydney O’Shea, Katharine O’Neil (King Philip)

MVP: Kiyanni Simas


Inez Medeiros, Kaitlyn Nickelson, Sarai Benitez (Diman); Aly Bassett, Lindsey Vieria, Ella Dunbury, Rachel Geniuch, Kylie Lewis, Lasadia Gurley, Ava Xayvong, Nieve Tarpey, Samantha O’Neil, Jill Bouvier (West Bridgewater); Trista Sicard, Wenwu Akoi, Adison Hohengasser (Southeastern); Emily Cochran (Holbrook); Christele Derongene (Bristol-Plymouth)

MVP: Trista Sicard


Lily Brown, Molly Kiley (Andover); Anna McElhinney, Brianna Phelan, Isabella Pereira, Jillian Weeks, Julia Nott, Nyrah Joseph, Olivia Coyne (Billerica); Janessa Duren, Julia Turrisi, Katherine Ciesielski, Laura Fennessy, Macy Daigle, Rayniah Mercedat (Central Catholic); Ava Soucy (Dracut); Brenna Corcoran, Brynne LeCours, Finleigh Simonds, Lauren Downer (Haverhill); Annamaria Mbuyu, Bridget Geary, Morgan Bilodeau, Quinn Petzold, Rebecca Cady, Ronnie Jones (Lowell); Miana Caraballo (Methuen); Aisling Callahan, Catherine Roche, Erika Wojcik, Jenna Bard, Leyla Kvaternik, Luna Prochazkova, Makenna Dube, Rose Gordon (North Andover); Jaden Kasule (Tewksbury)


ALL-CONFERENCE: Cyndea Labissiere, Nubia Pereira, Cammie Connors, Ruth Michel, Alivia Forester, Maria Pineros (Woburn); Elizabeth Donahue, Sedona Skenderian (Reading); Grace Hanafin, Brooke Bibbo, Cora Laverty (Burlington); Elena Sabin, Adia Singh, Gabriella Fainelli, Maya Dubrovsky, Uma Sanker, Ava Criniti, Gabriella Fainelli, Mari McBride (Lexington); Taylor Pesce, Kate Sikkema (Melrose)


Meredith Pasquarosa, Mia Kasperowicz, Olivia Merritt (Beverly); Claire Davis, Keira Sweetnam, Lydia Bailey (Marblehead); Sarah Divasta, Savanna Vargas, Aaliyah Callahan, Alessandra Forgione, Jessica Richards (Peabody); Georgia Prouty (Danvers); Caroline MacKinnon, Rose Groleau, Skye Ciolino, Caroline MacKinnon, Darcy Muller, Whitney Turner, Kendall Newton, Mackay Brooks, Caelie Patrick (Gloucester); Caroline Losee, Lauren Broughner, Brooke Applestein, Greta Mowers, Brooklyn Odoardi (Masconomet)

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Savanna Vargas (Peabody)


FISHER: Natalie Mutschler (Hanover); Sarah Calfin, Ally Flaherty, Katie Gibbons, Catrena Ghattas, Caity Abban (Pembroke); Katrina Sullivan, Cam Travis, Lauren Donlan, Emily Pike, Ella Rose (Plymouth South); Sofija Slezas, Aluna Coogan-Coyne, Salma Boukhtam, Kiera Sleiman (Quincy/North Quincy); Stella Spaulding, Amelia Merritt, Lauren Thompson, Hayley McCarthy, Ava Von Freymann

MVP: Katrina Sullivan

KEENAN: Josie Lee (Duxbury); Kelsey Tarby, Margaret Lowther, Emma Mills, Mo Koenen, Elizabeth Blackwood, Francesca Candeleiri, Clare Lowther, Nina Crean, Katherine Mulflur (Hingham); Jaliyah Burns, Julie Condon, Charlotte Henning, Ava LuVuolo, Ava Brunswick, Eleanor Angeles-Whitfield (Marshfield); Macey Shriner, Emily O’Connell (Plymouth North); Riley Pascow, Summer Bejarano, Emiley Hesketh (Silver Lake); April Keyes, Katelyn Bagley, Emily Hanrahan (Whitman-Hanson)

MVP: Riley Pascow


Jennifer Williams, Julia Sheridan, Maggie Brogioli, Madison Conner, Hanna Whalley, Alexa St. Louis, Alexia Gonsalves (Old Rochester); Jillian Audette, Lauren Morales, Sarah Ann King (Seekonk); Emma Marra, Reagan Flynn (Apponequet); Sarah Charbonneau (Dighton-Rehoboth); Ashlyn Burnes, Hannah Storm, Tori Bettencourt, Libby Gazaille, Emily Greene (Case); Diana Jesus, Miya Barboza (Greater New Bedford); Grace Russel (Bourne); Corryn Fisher, Elena Cabral (Somerset Berkley); Sienna Cabe (Wareham)

MVP: Jennifer Williams


Lydia Taccini, Kayla O’Hara, Nethica Auguste, Taylor Escudero, Mahalia Forbes Smith (Bridgewater-Raynham); Janelle Murphy, Lucieny Tavares, Taylor Campbell, Cat Moyes, Claudia Pierre (Brockton); Mia Carter, Madison Stott ( Dartmouth); Shakira Cadet, Kathryn Gavvin, Maggie O’Connell, Abby Saunders, Adunaluna Olubanwo, Abby Long, Emma McDonnell (Durfee); Madalena Morris, Lilly Brine (New Bedford)


Hannah Tirrell, Jackie Earner, Kaylie Groom, Maria Wood, Shannon Groom, Ava Fisher (Abington); Claudia Peirce, Jadyn Sotomayor, Julia Grimes, Morgan Reed-Davis (Carver); Lily Copenheaver-Smith, Lisel Nee, Lyla Jackson, Riley Nussbaum, Veronica Fleming (Cohasset/Hull); Caroline McCormack, Ella McCarthy, Phoebe Katilus (East Bridgewater); Hailey Garcia, Hialeah Turner-Foster (Mashpee); Ally Kirkpatrick, Brooke Main, Elliana Bush, Shaunna Gallagher, Isabel Wheeler, Jocelyn Bush (Middleboro); Arianna Venetto, Audrey Loring, Bridget Shaw, Cadence Sheer, Ella Johnston, Lily MacDonald (Norwell); Amaka Okusanya, Ngozi Nwaoha, Tamarre Anilus (Randolph) Emilee Dunham (Rockland)

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Isabel Wheeler, Riley Nussabaum


Kate Powers, Emma DeMichele, Sarah Furlong, Bethel Flanagan, Elyse Srodawa, Kiki Fossbender (Hopkinton); Caroline Kelleher, Rachel Shi, Ruby Codrington (Westwood); Bella Gangemi, Alex Lusby, Audrey Callahan, Ella Kane, Zoe Whelan (Medfield); Christina Fontaine (Norwood); Carmen Luisi, Maggie Kuchman, Eva Bergloff, Inga Jung, Ella Bosselman, Mia Luisi (Holliston); Brooke Boulanger (Ashland); Ali Murphy, Shea Podbelski, Jillian Strynar, Shaylee Owens, Zoe Santos (Norton); Laci Santos, Camellia Meredith , Jaina Campbell (Medway); Riley Conroy ( Millis); Margaret Bowles, Alex Martinovich, Marielle Goganian, Emily Burt , Elliana Scalabrine, Currie Carson (Dover-Sherborn); Catherine Sargent, Alana Cepeda, Nicki Brown, Peyton Teehan (Dedham); Taylor Alderson, Natalie Krysta, Lilly McFall (Bellingham)

MVP: Kate Powers, Ali Murphy


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