BOYS SOCCER ALL-SCHOLASTICS
Kwame Adu-Gyamfi (St. John’s)
Jonny Bono (North Andover)
Nicholas Braganca (Beverly)
Ben Brown (Concord-Carlisle)
Owen Burke (Holliston)
Naderson Curtis (Manchester-Essex)
Noah Goldstein (Needham)
Rafael Gross (Medford)
Isaac Heffess (Brookline)
Angelot Jerome (Randolph)
Alex Kuzmich (Cardinal Spellman)
Jake McCabe (Canton)
Cam McKnight (Acton-Boxboro)
Marco Perugini (Medway)
Jackson Price (Hingham)
Will Rooney (Newton North)
Will Schiffer (Nauset)
Mischa Spasic (Norwell)
Ethan Sullivan (Pembroke)
Mathias Taylor (Oliver Ames)
Parker Thornton (Melrose)
Eric Widrick (Arlington)
Sam Wolf (BC High)
Ben Young (Plymouth North)
KWAME ADU-GYAMFI, St. John’s Shrewsbury
The talent-rich Catholic Conference got richer with the addition of this senior defensive midfielder, who helped the Pioneers to a league title in their debut two years ago and was named Co-MVP this fall. The All-New England choice had 15 goals and 18 assists in his four years as a starter and has signed to play for Northeastern.
JONNY BONO, North Andover
The senior entered the fall with six career points but racked up eight goals and 13 assists while earning Merrimack Valley Conference MVP honors. An All-New England selection, Bono is a member of the National Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society.
NICK BRAGANCA, Beverly
The senior striker erupted for 22 goals and 14 assists, giving him totals of 38 goals and 40 assists for his career and garnering All-New England recognition. The honor roll student also captains the Panthers basketball team.
BEN BROWN, Concord-Carlisle
After leading the Dual County League in goals as a sophomore, the junior followed up with another all-star campaign, scoring seven goals and adding three assists on his way to an EMSCA All-State selection. The 6-foot-5 center midfielder is also a captain of the Patriots basketball team.
OWEN BURKE, Holliston
The senior center midfielder had 14 goals and 14 assists and was Tri-Valley League Large MVP. The All-New England selection and honor roll student wrapped up his Panthers career with 27 goals and 24 assists and has committed to play at Stonehill.
NADERSON CURTIS, Manchester Essex
For the second straight season, the senior striker/midfielder was Cape Ann League Player of the Year. He put up 20 goals and nine assists for the Hornets. Curtis received league All-Star recognition in all four seasons, piling up 66 goals and 30 assists.
NOAH GOLDSTEIN, Needham
The junior defensive midfielder earned Bay State Herget MVP and All-New England honors in his first season while registering four goals and two assists. An honor roll student, Goldstein also plays basketball and lacrosse.
RAFAEL GROSS, Medford
The senior winger tore through the Greater Boston League for 35 goals and 13 assists on his way to the MVP award. An EMass All-Star that finished with career totals of 50 goals and 35 assists, Gross is a member of the National Technical Honor Society.
ISAAC HEFFESS, Brookline
The senior midfielder/striker scored 10 goals and added two assists for a Brookline team that captured the Div. 1 state title. A two-time Bay State Conference All-Star, Heffess ended his career with 12 goals and nine assists for 21 points. Heffess has committed to play soccer at the University of New Hampshire.
ANGELOT JEROME, Randolph
The senior sniper scored 61 goals in just 43 career games, including 21 goals and five assists in a South Shore Tobin MVP campaign this fall. Jerome, who helped lead Randolph to its first league title as a junior, was named All-New England in his final season.
ALEX KUZMICH, Cardinal Spellman
The senior striker spent just two years with the Cardinals after transferring in from Whitman-Hanson but led the team in scoring both seasons, including 35 goals and 17 assist this fall as Catholic Central League MVP. The honor roll student will continue his career at Stonehill.
JAKE MCCABE, Canton
The Bulldogs made a stirring run to the Div. 2 state final as the No. 21 seed and this junior striker/attacking midfielder was a major reason why, scoring 16 goals to lead the Hockomock League and adding nine assists. An EMass All-Star, McCabe now has career totals of 21 goals and 13 assists.
CAMERON MCKNIGHT, Acton-Boxboro
The senior playmaker registered three goals and 11 assists, earning Dual County League Large MVP for the league champs and All-New England recognition. A high honors student, McKnight wraps up his career with six goals and 13 assists.
MARCO PERUGINI, Medway
The dynamic attacking midfielder as a junior lit up opponents for 24 goals and five assists to earn the Tri-Valley League Small MVP award. Now with 30 goals and 13 assists for his career, the EMass All-Star is also a National Honor Society member.
JACKSON PRICE, Hingham
The senior posted a 0.42 goals against and 12 shutouts this fall while earning Patriot League Keenan MVP and All-State honors, and finished with a 45-6-3 record for his career. A National Honor Society member and PL All-Star tennis player, Price will attend Boston College.
WILL ROONEY, Newton North
The senior center midfielder claimed Bay State Conference Carey MVP honors and a second consecutive All-State selection after collecting 11 goals and five assists this fall. The two-year captain also runs track and plays lacrosse and is an honor roll student.
WILLIAM SCHIFFER, Nauset
This center midfielder began his career with a Div. 2 state championship as a freshman and capped it with a phenomenal campaign as a senior, scoring 10 goals and 10 assists to cop the Cape & Islands MVP award and a spot on the All-New England list. Schiffer, the team’s Coaches Award winner, is also an honor roll student.
MISCHA SPASIC, Norwell
The senior center midfielder scored 12 goals and added 17 assists while powering the Clippers to the program’s first Div. 3 state crown. Spasic won the South Shore Sullivan MVP award and multiple All-State selections, which he hopes to continue overseas.
ETHAN SULLIVAN, Pembroke
Playing attacking midfielder or forward, this junior put up 15 goals and set up another 14 in claiming the Patriot League Fisher MVP and earned an All-State nod, giving him 20 goals and 23 assists for his career. The National Honor Society member is also an accomplished photographer.
MATHIAS TAYLOR, Oliver Ames
The All-American senior center midfielder/striker scored six goals and 13 assists in a Hockomock League MVP season. Taylor, who also runs track, leaves with 17 goals and 20 assists to his credit and has signed to play at Rhode Island.
PARKER THORNTON, Melrose
A senior striker/attacking midfielder, Thornton led the Middlesex League in goals, scoring 15 times and adding six assists this fall, which garnered him the Freedom Division MVP. The All-State performer is a member of the National Honor Society.
ERIC WIDRICK, Arlington
The senior racked up 13 shutouts this fall, giving him 19 as a Spy Ponder, posted a goals against of 0.24, which lowered his career mark to 0.28, and chipped in two assists. A Colgate commit, Widrick’s play earned him Middlesex Liberty MVP and a second selection to the All-State squad.
SAM WOLF, BC High
Capturing the Catholic Conference is a tough task and it was this senior center midfielder that was the catalyst behind the Eagles title, scoring five goals and five assists in being named Co-MVP of the league and making the All-State team. The honor roll student is also one of the MIAA’s top alpine skiers as a three-time CC All-Star.
BEN YOUNG, Plymouth North
The junior striker has 32 career goals, 21 of them coming this year along with 10 assists as he led the Patriot League in points and copped an All-State selection. A high honor student involved in Project Lead the Way, Young also runs outdoor track for the Eagles.
BAY STATE CONFERENCE
Kaiden Gunning (Braintree); Isaac Heffess, Tyler Mahoney, Toby Prabhu-Schlosser (Brookline); John Halpin, Ben Sharon (Framingham); Christopher Rhoden, Justin Gomes (Milton); Jacob Herz (Natick); Noah Goldstein, Mitch Wilson, Marco Flano, Mac Turner (Needham); Will Rooney, Danilo Talisayno, Anthony Oliveria, Rialto Janairo (Newton North); Bryan Hope, Christian Brownsword (Walpole); Grady Collins (Wellesley); Bruno DeSouza, Liam Connelly (Weymouth)
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Jaheim Perez, Sebastian Patino, Oscar Trujillo, Santiago Vanegas, Fabrizio Zuluaga (Latin Academy); Merlon Perez, Jheremy Silva (Boston International); Victor Reyes, Fernando Rodriguez (Brighton); Jose Alves, Ruben Goncalves (Burke/Dearborn); William Batista (CASH); Erickson Sanchez (Charlestown); Victor Gonzalez (Excel); Carlos Riberio (Madison Park); Kristian Dhamo, Elias Fontes (O’Bryant); Barry Bernard, Sleidenlee Edmorin, Mario Garcia Figueroa, Jean Robens Destin (Tech Boston)
CAPE AND ISLANDS
ATLANTIC DIVISION: James Hirth, Lucas Reis (Falmouth); Oliver Fan Fan (Dennis-Yarmouth); Joao DaSilva (Barnstable); Nate Watring, Pat Pinto, Will Schiffer, James Rose, Caelan Donovan (Nauset); Jacob Sutton, Joseph Morrison (Sandwich); Kaio DaSilva (Martha’s Vineyard); Treyce Brannigan, David Lemus-Castro, Max Bebe, Justin Ho-Shue (Nantucket)
MVP: Will Schiffer
CAPE ANN LEAGUE
Naderson Curtis, Beren Schmidt (Manchester-Essex); Brady O’Donnell, Will Acquaviva, Max Gagnon (Newburyport); Max Markuns, Tyler Correnti (Pentucket); Josh Stanieich, Kiernan Schulz, Kieran Gorgeny (North Reading); Rafi Santommena, Ethan Minster (Hamilton-Wenham); Jacob Malburg, Andrew Davis (Amesbury); Alex Gentile (Lynnfield); Efrem Johanson (Ipswich); Kyle Davies (Georgetown)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Naderson Curtis, Brady O’Donnell
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Melvin Alves, Alex Kuzmich, Tristan McDonough, Aidan Horgan, Nathan Monteiro (Cardinal Spellman); Tate DeMond, James Breckner, Matt Lipkind, Craig Scharland (Bishop Feehan); Brendan Ardito, Tristan Millar, Nico Fanuele, Jack Iannibelli (Austin Prep); Colby Carey, Costas Dhmogjini, Jackson Sylvester, Nate Morris (Archbishop Williams); Carter Dennis, Nico Ferreira, Ben Tangley-Prince, Mason DeAlmeida (Bishop Stang); Ryan Noci, Mehdi Khemmich (Bishop Fenwick); Ryan Fraher, Richie LeBrun (St Mary’s); Alex Hananian (Arlington Catholic); Tristan Martinez Brown (*Cathedral); Domenic Hoxholli, Diego Fernandez (*Matignon); Chuck Nolan, Danny Conteras, Ben Yawoga, Finn McVeigh (*St. Joseph)
* – played an independent schedule
MVP: Alex Kuzmich
Donald Le, Malcolm Flaherty, Sam Wolf, Matt Byrne, Aidan Cullinane (BC High); Will Minor, Jake Vanna, Callum Rigby, Joey Waterman (St. John’s Prep); Shane Fonseca, Kwame Adu-Gyamfi, Ben Saro, Jorge Karamelo (St. John’s Shrewsbury); Finn Mungovan, Andrew Xavier, Peter Murphy (Xaverian); Aidan Flanagan, Ryan Larson (Catholic Memorial); Michael Cagno (Malden Catholic)
MVP: Sam Wolf, Kwame Adu-Gyamfi
COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
LARGE SCHOOL: Ryan Lovasco, Mateus Lima, Joshua Berube, Austin Medico, Gavin Russell (Essex Tech); Julio Guillen, Gregoire Amissi, Alexander Pojoy, Pedro Bamaca (Lynn Tech); Jeremy Perez, Cam Camelio, Noah Rizzo, Joe Woodward (Shawsheen); PJ Mundis, Caleb Mauricio, Ariel Merino Pineda (Northeast); David Ospina, Luigi Ferreira, Shaun Sullivan (Greater Lowell); Allen Bulic, Gui Silva, David Pousseau (Mystic Valley); Pat Nagle, Ronan Donaghey, Will McFadyen (Lowell Catholic)
MVP: Ryan Lovasco
SMALL SCHOOLS: Marco Escobar, James Paz, Jefferson Paz, Kevin Rodriguez, Jelder DeLeon (KIPP); Matteo Savi, Yaw Osei-Bonsu, Shivam Bhagat, Lincoln Worthing, Drew Picard (Innovation Academy); Davidson Fleming, Collin Cerone, Matt DiCiccio, Doug Hall (Nashoba Tech); Luke MacFarland, Jakub Jegorow, Michael Leary, Dawensky Gustave (Whittier); Angel Lopez, Izayah Perez, Nicholas Martis (Greater Lawrence); John O’Brien, Shane Carta, Gavin O’Brien (Minuteman)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Marco Escobar
DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE
THORPE: Cam McKnight, Judson DiMaria, Aidan O’Sullivan, Alex Landry (Acton-Boxboro); Dave Doirain, Jack Hughes, Miguel Rosa, Evan Goetsch (Lincoln-Sudbury); Liam Harrington, Ben Brown, Des Simon (Concord-Carlisle); Alex Leith, Oliver Peterson (Cambridge); Ryan DiPietro, Tejas Kudva (Westford Academy); Kamar Burris Kahn (Newton South)
FOLEY: Evan Squire, Dylan DiGangi, Max Alper, Tomas Ou (Bedford); Chris Nunn, Ben Chen, Xande Santos, Charlie Johnson, Felipe Guzzo (Waltham); Aidan Furlonge (Boston Latin)
GREATER BOSTON LEAGUE
Rafael Gross, Jordan Ianakiev, Jack Medeiros, Ryan DeOliviera (Medford); Luan Cruz, Guilherme Moraes (Everett); David Marquez, Santiago Grajales (Revere); Aman Chhetri, Josh Angulo-Gonzalez (Malden); Elzon Halimi, Jair Alvarez (Lynn Classical); Cole Baldwin, Ian Williams (Somerville); Jalen Corcoran (Lynn English); Jefferson Ruiz (Chelsea)
MVP: Rafael Gross
Mathias Taylor, Casey Milliken, Michael Haikal, Clide Neau (Oliver Ames); Terry O’Neill, Aidan Griffith, Rex Cinelli (Franklin); Chris Tocci, Nick Ribero, Eduardo Santana (Milford); Sean McCarthy (King Philip); Matthew Hyland, Dylan Buchanan, Jack Lasbury-Casey (Mansfield); Cashel Stuger, Alex Vecchioli, Esvin Morales (Attleboro); Rhys Davis (Sharon); Matthew Angelini, Derek Axon (Foxboro); Brody Rosenberg, Connor Ward (North Attleboro); Jake McCabe, Dylan Baird, Erik Valdovinos (Canton); Riley Rebello (Taunton)
MVP: Mathias Taylor
MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
COMPREHENSIVE: Derek Thornburn, Chase Ryan, Ryan McGrath, Ben Fuller (West Bridgewater); Hunter Brodeur, Nick Arruda (Westport); Will Haney, Jack Poppenga (Holbrook); Avery Dinham, Lucca Ferarra (Bishop Connolly); Harley Beauzile (Avon)
LARGE SCHOOLS: Aiden Cordeiro, Donovan Melo, Sean Borges, Colin Pereira (Diman); Cedric Jean Lestin, Michael Toscano, Jake Butler (Blue Hills); Evan McIntire, Steven Santos (Southeastern); Andrew Cullen (Bristol-Plymouth)
SMALL SCHOOLS: Ryder Nilson, Matthew Sample, Gabriel Freitas (South Shore); Tafari Blake, Jace Clady (Cape Cod Tech); William Webber, Braeden Smaykiewicz, Gideon Drury (Upper Cape Cod); Ryan Scott (Old Colony); Noah Hansen (Bristol Aggie); Adlin Dely (Norfolk Aggie)
MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE
Emerson Lund, Nik Previte (Andover); Elias Flaounas, Anthony Giordano, Kayden Kabuga (Billerica); Owen D’Agata, Connor Herrier, Ian Maresca (Central Catholic); Seamus Doherty (Chelmsford); Adlai Soucy (Dracut); Ethan Archambault (Haverhill); Brayan Salguero, David Charco (Lawrence); Vaal Thawnghmung (Lowel); Jonathan Diaz, Colby Keaney (Methuen); Jonathan Bono, Caleb Ginsburg (North Andover); Evan Mendonca (Tewksbury)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jonathan Bono, Elias Flaounas
LIBERTY: Barnabas Kiss, Tade Kotyan, Aidan Sheehan, Sasha Sperling, Eric Widrick (Arlington); Leo Seidel, Cruz Ortiz de Rosa, Jackson Denham, Pedro de Amorrortu (Lexington); Ryan Connolly, Matt Geraghty, Jack Stathoulopoulos, Michael Harden (Reading); Michael Echavarria, Matheus Oliveira (Woburn); Jesse Dong, Peter Grace (Belmont); Cristian Calderon, Brendan Ross (Winchester)
MVP: Eric Widrick
FREEDOM: Parker Thornton, Matt Whelan, Liam O’Hara, Niall Gavin, Joey Beshel (Melrose); Greg Davidian, Sean Anthony Mccusker, Pierre Paul Labossiere, Joey Cottone (Watertown); Nadim Rizk, Braden Caroll, Ethan Margolis (Wakefield); Yves Maurer, Michael DiMaria, Michael DiLeo (Stoneham); Betoya Bundu, Colin Kerr, Connor Herrara (Burlington); Anay Gandhi, Ryan Willson (Wilmington)
MVP: Parker Thornton
ALL-CONFERENCE: Teo Berbic, Ian Visnick, Nick Braganca (Beverly); Kevin Pelletier, Sam Brockelman (Masconomet); Jack Patten, Andrew Coelho (Gloucester); Gustav Hemmingsen (Winthrop); Nick Soper, Victor Maciel (Peabody); Chance Prouty (Danvers), Valerio Tatafiore (Swampscott)
MVP: Nick Braganca
KEENAN: Jack Price, Griffin Coppola, Tetor Nghiem, Curtis Murphy, Brian Odell (Hingham); Cody Holbert, Brian Bouressa, Harry Cooley, Luke Twomey, Ryan Treacy (Marshfield); Ryan Healy, Jason Carman, Ben Young, Josh Bates (Plymouth North); Aiden Dunphy, Sam Dilley, Jake Paskow (Silver Lake); Jaedon Seo (Duxbury); Jayden Stafford (Whitman-Hanson)
MVP: Jack Price
FISHER: Ethan Sullivan, Declan Crowley, Charlie Goncalves, Andrew Gleason, Ryan Bartolotti, Matt McAuliffe (Pembroke); Colby Mullen, Connor Smith, Sean Seymour, Logan Pietrosante (Scituate); Ryan Doherty, Zach Donaghue, Dan Pakkala (Quincy); Keegan Baldwin, Robert Hanna III (Hanover); Liam Blaisdell (Plymouth South); Sam Wong (North Quincy)
MVP: Ethan Sullivan
Sean Catino, Darrell Quist (Bridgewater-Raynham); Walter Fernandes, Danilo Goncalves, Zachariah Foster, Edgar Deandrade, Josef Veiga, Genaro Reynoso (Brockton); Jonah Correia, Corey Melo (Dartmouth); Colin Hargraves, Jake Silva, Jorge Beltran Sainz (Durfee); Ethan Ramos, Carter Barbosa, Angel Orozco, Michael Tavares, Delvany DeCarvalho (New Bedford)
SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
Anthony Patete, Mathias Floeck, Zachery Higgins, Aidan Toomey, Lucas Silvia (East Bridgewater); Mischa Spasic, Alec Pettit, Alex Geagea, Evan Thompson, Ethan Thompson, John Mullen (Norwell); Chris Ferreira, Joseph Hajjar (Abington); Jonathan Thea, Angelot Jerome (Randolph); Nathan Donahue, Oliver Sciascia (Middleboro); Jack Burke (Hull); Alex Norgeot, Kevin Federle, Lucas Federle, Nathan Charron, Justin Appleby (Cohasset); Ryan Lima, Gabriel Da Silva, Kyle Soares (Mashpee); Tommy Gallagher, Jose Fanta, Lun Anujio, Gavin Norton, Carter Burke, JV Arago, Jake Lucas (Rockland)
MVP: Angelot Jerome, Tommy Gallagher
David Skorodumov (Ashland); Caleb Elster (Bellingham); AJ Cucinotta (Dedham); Connor Keating, Kofi Poku (Dover-Sherborn); Owen Burke, Brendan MacLeod, Aidan Roy, Ben Siegel (Holliston); Sean Golembiewski, Yasutora Ito, Owen Schnur (Hopkinton); Chris Hoffman, Connor White (Medfield); Kyle Meyers, Gabe Miranda, Marco Perugini (Medway); Anthony Coutts, Ben Pudelka (Millis); Leonardo Lopes (Norton); Christopher Giovanni (Norwood); Drew DeStefano, Kyle Hallahan (Westwood)
MVP: Marco Perugini, Owen Burke