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V. Athletes Honored at Banquet


Fall varsity athletes came together Tuesday night to celebrate accomplishments at the Annual Sports Awards Banquet.

This season, Varsity Cross Country brought home it’s fourth-consecutive Massachusetts Bay Independent League title. Varsity Girls’ Soccer won its first Independent Girls Conference title since 2001.

“I felt incredibly proud to receive the award, which wasn’t easy to get and required a lot of hard work,” said Tony Zhang ’17, who won Most Valuable Runner for Cross Country. “But the most important is that as a team we won a championship.”

“It felt great to win and it was a huge accomplishment,” said Varsity Cross Country Coach’s Award winner Lachlan Davidson ’’17. “This team means a lot to me and it felt great to say that I could help bring home a fourth-consecutive championship.”

Boys’ Soccer Coach’s Award winner Anthony Anderson said that he was honored to be a part of the team, which enjoyed its strongest season since winning the league title in 2012. “I’m proud of what we have done, and I feel like I worked hard to be be a good leader for my team,” he said.

Alexis Ifill ‘17 won the Most Valuable Player award for Girls’ Soccer, and she was honored to be recognized for her leadership. “Receiving the award meant a lot to me because usually it’s given to the athlete who performs the absolute best, and I didn’t really see myself as that player. Winning made me think wow I actually did really well this season.”

“Winning felt really cool since I’ve been playing on the team since 7th grade it felt really nice to finally win something even though I’m a freshman,” Said coaches award winner Hannah Ahearn ’20. “I’m always trying to get better and Mr. Purcell has always been a good coach which helped a lot in winning the award.”

Middle School Girls’ Soccer

Sportsmanship: Award Annie Ganem

Most Improved Player: Julie He

Coach’s Award: Eloisa Luczkow

Coach’s Award: Kaylee Little

Middle School Boys’ Soccer

Sportsmanship Award, Daniel Murray

Most Improved Player, Eric Yang

Coach’s Award, Sep van Dam

Coach’s Award, Noanddi Manigat

Junior Varsity Boys’ Soccer

Most Valuable Player, Tal Breiman

Most Improved Player, Isaiah Claiborn

Coach’s Award, Tristan, Durocher

Coach’s Award, Niek van Dam

Junior Varsity Girls’ Soccer

Most Valuable Player, Karly Hamilton

Most Improved Player, Stephanie Spector

Coach’s Award, Anja Westhues

Field Hockey

Sportsmanship, Emily Onderdonk

Most Improved Player, Kelly Rimas

Coach’s Award, Liz Teklu

Varsity Girls’ Soccer

Most Valuable Player, Alexis Ifill

Most Valuable Player, Shani Breiman

Most Improved Player, Sita Alomran

Coach’s Award, Hannah Ahearn

Coach’s Award, Sophie Lapat

Varsity Boys’ Soccer

Most Valuable Player, Alex Dolan

Most Improved Player, Miles Munkacy

Coach’s Award, Anthony Anderson

Varsity Cross Country

Most Valuable Runner, Tony Zheng

Most Valuable Runner, Charles Li

Coach’s Award, Lachlan Davidson

Most Improved Runner, Oliver Wen

Most Improved Runner, Sophia Spring

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