GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY ALL-SCHOLASTICS
Ella Bosselman (Holliston)
Salma Boukhtam (North Quincy)
Anna Boyd (Bishop Feehan)
Ava Bullock (Barnstable)
Catherine Callahan (Acton-Boxboro)
Miana Caraballo (Methuen)
Madelyn Germain (Norfolk Aggie)
Lily Jin (Wellesley)
Paige Joyce (Notre Dame)
Molly Kiley (Andover)
Maggie Kuchman (Holliston)
Elizabeth Latham (Acton-Boxboro)
Carmen Luisi (Holliston)
Samantha Seabury (Wakefield)
Katie Sobieraj (Oliver Ames)
Christina Sullivan (Milton)
Daphne Theiler (Sharon)
Jacqueline White (Concord-Carlisle)
ELLA BOSSELMAN, Holliston
The junior had a personal best of 18:34.99 as she took second at divisionals and seventh in the Div. 2 All-State race. Bosselman was a Tri-Valley League All-Star and also competes on the swim team, where she was a TVL All-Star. A member of the National Honor Society, she will captain next year’s team and has aspirations of studying medicine and compete collegiately.
SALMA BOUKHTAM, Quincy
The sophomore finished fifth in the Div. 1B race in 19:05.9 and then dropped down to 18:30.62 on the same Wrentham Developmental Center course for fifth again in the Div. 1 All-State event. An honors student in Algebra, English, World History, Spanish and Chemistry, Boukhtam is considering a major in health care and wants to run at the Div. 1 level in college.
ANNA BOYD, Bishop Feehan
The senior was third at the Bay State Invitational in 19:01, fifth in the divisional meet in 19:00, and ninth at All-States in 18:31. Boyd was 10th in the Nike Cross Country Regional race with her 19:49. An honor roll student, she also competes on the indoor and outdoor track teams for the Shamrocks.
AVA BULLOCK, Barnstable
The sophomore won all but one dual meet and captured the Cape and Island title. She set the freshman record last year at the Twilight Invitational and took the sophomore race at the Frank Mooney Invitational. Bullock was the Div. 1A champion in a personal best of 18:28 and took seventh in the Div. 1 All-State race. She enjoys playing tennis, swimming competitively and competing in triathlons.
CATHERINE CALLAHAN, Acton-Boxboro
The sophomore nabbed the silver medal in 18:26.64 in the Div. 1 All-State race, which came on the heels of her ninth-place showing in the Div. 1A race where she finished ninth in 19:06.1. She was a Dual County League All-Star.
MIANA CARABALLO, Methuen
The senior ran an 18:30.6 personal best and was fourth in the Div. 1 All-State race after placing second in the divisionals in 18:30.9 Caraballo was second in the Merrimack Valley Conference championships and named MVP. She competes in both winter and spring track and will major in nursing at UMass-Lowell.
MADELYN GERMAIN, Norfolk Aggie
The sophomore was the Div. 3A champion in 18:48 and sprinted to a second-place finish at All-States in Div. 3 with a quick time of 18:16. Germain has the school course record and finished fourth in the Frank Mooney Invitational and ninth in the Twilight Invitational. She is a two-time Mayflower League champion and a high honors student.
LILY JIN, Wellesley
Wellesley’s elite sophomore was the Div. 1B champion and followed it up with a sixth-place finish in the Div. 1 All-State race in 18:30, just four seconds off the winning pace. She was the Twilight Invitational champion and sliced her time by over a minute by season’s end. Wellesley’s team MVP, she was a Bay State Conference All-Star. Jin is a perennial honor roll student.
PAIGE JOYCE, Notre Dame
This senior dominated the Catholic Conference, going unbeaten in dual meet competition. The CC and Notre Dame MVP, Joyce ran to a stellar 10th-place finish in the Div. 1 All-State meet. She took fourth in the divisional race and was runner-up at the Bay State Invitational, and raced to a third-place performance at the Martha’s Vineyard Invitational. She is a high honors student and member of the National Honor Society and will attend the University of Richmond.
MOLLY KILEY, Andover
Kiley was third in the Div. 1 All-State Championships. The Merrimack Valley Conference champion was undefeated in dual meet competition. She placed second at the Frank Kelley Invitational. Kiley is a member of the National Honor Society and trains under legendary runner and coach, Fernando Braz, in the summer.
MAGGIE KUCHMAN, Holliston
Only a freshman, Kuchman was third in the Div. 2B race with a time of 19:16.7 before banging out a third-place finish in the Div. 2 All-State competition in a quick 18:11.78 to help lead Holliston to the team title. A Tri-Valley League All-Star, Kuchman was Holliston’s Cross Country Rookie of the Year. The honor roll student wants to major in pre-med in college.
ELIZABETH LATHAM, Acton-Boxboro
Latham went undefeated in dual meets and captured the league title in the tough Dual County League. The sophomore was DCL runner of the year, finishing second at the Amherst Invitational and adding a bronze medal at the Div. 1A championships. A high honors student, Latham competes on both the indoor and outdoor track teams.
CARMEN LUISI, Holliston
The best female harrier in the state, this sophomore was Div. 2B champion, Div. 2 All-State winner, and the Tri-Valley League and team MVP. She also added the Frank Kelley, Coaches and Frank Mooney Invitational titles to her resume. She is undefeated in cross country dual meet competition for two straight years. Luisi was second at the Twilight Invitational and was the Massachusetts Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year.
SAMANTHA SEABURY, Wakefield
This senior was the Middlesex League champion and won the Div. 2A race, and was second in the Div. 2 All-State race with a personal best of 17:55. She captured gold medals at the Bay State and Twilight Invitationals. The ML MVP was second at the Nike Cross Country Regional Meet. She is a member of the National Honor Society and Vice President of the National Art Honor Society. Seabury will major in public relations at Boston University.
KATIE SOBIERAJ, Oliver Ames
A Hockomock League All-Star, Sobieraj placed second at the league championship meet. She went on to place third in the Div. 1 state meet and eighth at the All-States. The sophomore competes in indoor and outdoor track and has already garnered four all-league nominations in her short career.
CHRISTINA SULLIVAN, Milton
A varsity harrier since her freshman year, Milton’s captain and MVP ran a personal best of 18:41 at Div. 1 All-States for 12th place. This senior was second in the Div. 1C championship and victorious at the Frank Mooney Invitational. Fourth in the Bay State Conference meet, she was a BSC All-Star. A member of the National Honor Society, Sullivan will attend the Boston College Connell School of Nursing.
DAPHNE THIELER, Sharon
The Hockomock League’s individual champion, Thieler was undefeated in dual meet competition. She captured the Div. 1C race in 18:33 before capturing the Div. 1 All-State race in 18:26. Thieler was league and team MVP for the second consecutive season. She won awards for excellence in Music Theory, Chorale Arts and Mandarin Chinese. Thieler will attend Amherst College and compete in cross country and track.
JACKIE WHITE, Concord-Carlisle
White was third in the Dual County League Championship race in her first season of cross country. This junior finished 11th against a strong Div. 1 All-State field in 18:41.53 and third in the Div. 1B race with a time of 19:00.1. A high honors student, White also competes on the indoor and outdoor track teams.
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Lucia Werner, Camille Jordan, Jordan Liss-Reardon, Audrey Seeger (Brookline); Christina Sullivan, Norah Affanato, Katie O’Toole (Milton); Olivia Hunninghake (Needham); Vivian Kane (Newton North); Katie Soule (Walpole); Lily Jin (Wellesley); Ella Bates, Alison Glavin, Gracie Richard, Emma Doran, Emma Daley, Shea Roche (Weymouth)
MVP: Lucia Werner
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Katherine Keating, Neve Flynn , Maia Poremba (Boston)
CAPE AND ISLANDS
ATLANTIC: Ava Bullock, Callie DeDecko, Chloe Dibb, Alyssa Tyler, Lilly DeDecko (Barnstable); Rose Karow, Maddie Weber, Maddie Edwards, Olivia Pendleton (Dennis-Yarmouth); Adrienne Christy (Martha’s Vineyard); Molly Keigans, Sage Lach (Nauset); Claire Davies (Sandwich)
MVP: Ava Bullock
LIGHTHOUSE: Emele Conlon, Gigi Wilson (Cape Cod Academy); Elise Casso (Falmouth Academy); Rhiannon Vos, Courteney Dery (Monomoy); Emerson Pekarcik, Hannah Harrington, Viktoryia Dimitrova (Nantucket); Bailey Ford, Audrey MacKenzie (Sturgis East); Isabella Haley, Hailey Butler, Carmody Palmer, Colleen Mahoney (Sturgis West)
MVP: Bailey Ford
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Casey Curran, Madison Hussey (Archbishop Williams); Erin Moran (Arlington Catholic); Anya Budzinski, Amelia Doetsch, Sydney Pilla, Colleen Simmons, Madison Valade, Norah Wright (Austin Prep); Lauren Augustyn, Elizabeth Borah, Anna Boyd, Valerie Capalbo, Morgan Kennedy, Amy Parkinson (Austin Prep); Lola Bergeron (Bishop Stang); McKenna Wech (St. Joseph); Kelsey Kwiatek (St. Mary’s)
MVP: McKenna Wech
Paige Joyce, Lauren Joyce, Jasmine Lanata, Caeli Wagner (Notre Dame); Brigid Ryan, Sara Lessard, Lily King (Ursuline); Grace Ryan, Luna Murray (Malden Catholic); Eliana Estee, Lauren Bowser (Fontbonne); Nell Neary (Mount Alvernia)
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
Catherine Callahan, Elizabeth Latham (Acton-Boxboro); Sophie Ahearn, Rebecca Hein (Boston Latin); Jacqueline White, Samantha Evans, Lila Parker, Julienne Warner (Concord-Carlisle); Elsa Barthel, Emma Randall-Jarrar, Aoife Shovlin, Eliza Dickie (Cambridge); Emilia Arabbo, Charlotte Huck Charlotte (Lincoln-Sudbury); Lily Bulczynski (Newton South); Julia Hohenberg, Alessandra Gavris. Olivia Jackson (Weston)
GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE
Anna Casey, Iasmin DeSousa-Vieira, Rikita BK (Medford); Giselle Rodriguez (Chelsea); Charlotte Johnson, Anna Siebler, Cindy Luxama (Somerville); Rocio Gonzalez Castillo, Yasmin Riazi (Revere); Mia Kebreau (Lynn Classical)
MVP: Anna Casey, Iasmin DeSousa-Vieira
Daphne Theiler (Sharon); Katie Sobieraj, Johanna Holmes, Hannah Dupill, Braelyn Graham, Annie Reilly, Taegan Hodges (Oliver Ames); Fiona Morrison, Charlene Peng. Alexander Batla (Franklin); Anna Moore (Mansfield); Sydney Kalil (Milford); Emersyn Deponte, Colby Dunham (Taunton); Kate Buban, Meg Sherwood (King Philip); Casey Dahl (Foxboro); Kiara Cerutti (Canton)
MVP: Daphne Theiler
MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
LARGE SCHOOLS: Inez Medeiros, Gabrielle Ledoux, Nya Martinez (Diman); Anna Couchon, Averie Denelle (Tri-County); Adison Hohengasser (Southeastern); Jaycee Duarte (Bristol-Plymouth)
MVP: Anna Couchon
SMALL SCHOOLS: Madelyn Germain, Amelia Germain, Lauren Barry, Jacquelyn O’Farrell (Norfolk Aggie); Samantha Goulart, Emily Santos (Bristol Aggie); Meredith Connor (Upper Cape)
MVP: Madelyn Germain
COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOLS: Ella Dunbury, Regan Mullins, Lasadia Gurley, Viviana Morales (West Bridgewater); Ayane White (Holbrook/Avon)
MVP: Ella Dunbury, West Bridgewater
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
Molly Kiley (Andover); Alyssa Romano, Miana Caraballo (Methuen); Leyla Kvaternik, Luna Prochazkova, Nicole Kroon (North Andover); Finleigh Simonds (Haverhill); Emily Burdick (Billerica); Annie Gilman (Lowell); Amelia Kelley (Chelmsford); Molly Cremin (Tewksbury); Madeline Courtemanche (Central Catholic)
RUNNER OF THE YEAR: Molly Kiley, Miana Caraballo
ALL-CONFERENCE: Sarah DiVasta, Cailyn Buckley (Peabody); Emily Young, Mia Kasperowicz, Olivia Young (Beverly); Shea Nemeskal, Emma Eagan (Danvers); Juliet Poss (Marblehead)
RUNNER OF THE YEAR: Sarah DiVasta
Brenna Woodbury, Alisha Caldeira, Sydney O’Donnell (Bridgewater-Raynham); Catherine Moyes, Aubrey Talbot (Brockton); Sophia Giolosa, Katherine Smith, Meredith Sylvia, Aileen Boyle (Dartmouth); Amilia Dias, Zoey Silvester (Durfee); Destiny Misay, Caitlyn Cordeiro (New Bedford)
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
Madisyn Hancock, Lillian Kirkpatrick, Ally Kirkpatrick, Meghan Youngquist (Middleboro); Jackie Earner, Selena Wood (Abington); Margaret Flaherty (Rockland); Monica Smith, Darcy Driscoll, Bridget Costello, Annika Paulson, Lily Almeida, Katie O’Driscoll (Norwell); Leesul Gilbert, Liz Blanchard, Maggie Brinzey (Cohasset); Phoebe Katilus, Grace Avery (East Bridgewater)
MVP: Jackie Earner, Margaret Flaherty
LARGE SCHOOLS: Carmen Luisi, Maggie Kuchman, Kate Currie, Ella Bosselman, Annabelle Lynch (Holliston); Avery Sawyer, Kayla Sawyer, Autumn Tumbleton, Katie Callery, Grace Joy, Bethel Flanagan (Hopkinton); Emilia Agostinelli (Ashland); Ella Kane (Medfield)
SMALL SCHOOLS: Corinne Forman, Margaret Bowles, Erica Hills, Alexandra Martinovich, Sara Hershberg, Katya Mazurenko, Nicole Cormier (Dover-Sherborn); Erin Shipos (Medway); Dalid Smid (Dedham); Skye Goba, Brooke Dennett, Sienna Pietrasiewicz, Shea Podbelski (Norton)
MVP: Shea Podbelski
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