The Patriot League’s MVP, the junior standout proved to be one of the most useful distance swimmers within the nation this past winter. Connors became undefeated in the average season, then went on to win the each the two hundred- and 500-backyard freestyle occasions at each the South sectional and Division 1 country championships. Connors is the president of the Health and National Club at the faculty.
ELIZABETH TOKINA, SWAMPSCOTT
The sophomore captured the Division 2 state title in the hundred-backyard breaststroke, triumphing in a time of 1:04.Fifty-six. Dokina additionally took a 5th inside the 2 hundred-backyard IM (2:12.Eighty three) at the same meet. An honor scholar, Dokina holds the faculty file within the one hundred-yard breaststroke, one hundred-yard butterfly and 2 hundred-yard IM.
MICHELLE GRASBERGER, ASHLAND
The senior doubled up within the 50-yard freestyle, prevailing both the South sectional (22.Forty six) and Division 2 nation name (22.64). Grasberger also positioned among the pinnacle eight within the one hundred-yard backstroke in the Div. 2 championship. A three-time Tri-Valley League All-Star and member of the National Honor Society, Grasberger is undecided on her college plans, however, intends on going right into a commercial enterprise-associated principal.

 


MEGAN KRAMER, BRIDGEWATER-RAYNHAM
The sophomore became undefeated throughout the ordinary season and parlayed that achievement into postseason glory. Kramer captured the South sectional title inside the one hundred-yard breaststroke and 2 hundred-yard IM, then took home the Division 1 title within the two-hundred-yard IM (2:03.92). An honor roll scholar, Kramer already holds 10 colleges and four Bay Colony Conference data.
MICHAELA MARTIN, WESTFORD ACADEMY
Martin became very busy on the Division 1 states, finishing 2d within the one hundred-backyard butterfly (57.16) and being a part of prevailing relays (200-backyard medley, 400-backyard freestyle). The sophomore certified for the Junior Nationals ultimate yr in the one hundred-yard butterfly. An incredible scholar, Martin swims for the Commonwealth Swim Club in the offseason.
LIVY POULIN, CONCORD-CARLISLE
The senior concluded a stellar profession with the aid of winning her fourth Division 1 kingdom diving identify, without difficulty outdistancing the sphere with a score of 552.Forty. Poulin holds the school report in two of the relays (two hundred-backyard medley and 2 hundred-yard freestyle). A four-time Dual County League All-Star, Poulin will maintain her athletic profession at Columbia.
MAGGIE SUMMITT, TRITON
One of the maximum decorated swimmers in recent years, the senior captured the North sectional and Division 1 kingdom titles in each the 50-yard and hundred-yard races. The Cape Ann League MVP, Summitt broke the country record within the 50 on the state meet (23.30) and earned All-America attention in both the 50 and 100. A seven-time sectional and six-time kingdom champion, Summitt will swim for the University of Minnesota.
AMANDA WAGER, MARBLEHEAD
The Northeastern Conference woman swimmer of the yr, Wager won the Division 2 nation title inside the 2 hundred-yard freestyle (1: fifty four.22) and positioned in the 100-yard freestyle (1:04.Fifty eight). Wager holds the faculty record within the 100-backyard freestyle (1:04.56). An excessive honor roll scholar, Wager will hold her swimming career at Williams within the fall.
AVA YABLONSKI, DOVER-SHERBORN
The freshman made quite a splash at the South sectionals, prevailing the 50-yard freestyle (24.Forty seven) and one hundred-backyard freestyle (52.Eighty). Yablonski became just as magnificent in the Division 2 nation meet, shooting each the one hundred-backyard butterfly (57.39) and one hundred-yard backstroke (fifty-five .Ninety six). A member of SADD, Yablonski challenges herself academically with three honors publications at Dover-Sherborn.
Two hundred-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY, WESTFORD ACADEMY
The foursome of Anika Svoboda, Ada Ferrick, Kate Edison, and Julia Tracanna broke Division 1 met record when they published a triumphing time of 1:37.34 in helping the Grey Ghosts captured a country team name. Svoboda and Ferrick are seniors, at the same time as Tracanna is a sophomore and Edison is a freshman. Tracanna took a 2d inside the 50-backyard freestyle at the Div. 1 states, while Edison took a fourth inside the 100-backyard freestyle.
200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY, WESTFORD ACADEMY
The quartet of Amy Jiang, Emily Blatt, Michaela Martin, and Anika Svoboda gained each the North sectional and Division 1 state titles in the two hundred-backyard medley relay. Blatt is a junior who took fourth inside the hundred-yard breaststroke at the Div. 1 nation meet, even as Jiang, simplest a sophomore, was the Div. 1 state runner-up within the backstroke. Svoboda swims for the Patriot Swim Club in the offseason.
Four hundred-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY, WESTFORD ACADEMY
The crew of Michaela Martin, Madison Leong, Jessica Leong, and Ada Ferrick received the name inside the North sectionals, then the foursome teamed up a week later to win the Division 1 state identify. Jessica Leong took a sixth inside the two-hundred-yard IM at the Div. 1 meet and could swim for Colby within the fall. Madison Leong also plans on swimming next year and will achieve this at Assumption.
GIRLS SWIMMING ALL-STARS
BIG THREE
Abby Long, Jaelin Jang, Mackenzie Reed, Melia Bouramia, Sarah Carreiro, Hayden Levesque (Durfee); Isabel Almy-Daigle, Kaeleigh Sousa, Alison Baptista, Sara Curry, Alison Baptista, Morgan Gregoire, Ana Curry (New Bedford); Anneliese Rivera, Odessa Shea, Kaylee Matrisciano, Julia Williams, Katherine Healy, Elizabeth Moukit, Taina Rico (Brockton)
COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Tracy Lam, Shannon Brady, Chloe Ascolillo, Christina Bibilos, Deanna Guo, Olivia Mei, Angelina Casucci, Rupa Raj (Mystic Valley); Tayla Tildsley, Carli Spada (Shawsheen); Marin Clarke, Julia O’Keefe, Jessica Lawler, Katelin Wilson (Greater Lowell); Kyra Vitarisi (Blue Hills); Esther Holmes (Greater Lawrence); Kiana Hightower, Genevieve Casucci (Northeast); Lillie Powell (Minuteman)
MVP: Kiana Hightower
EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Lindsay Ahmed, Kathleen Aiken, Savannah Blanchard, Jill Carline, Alexis Gaulin, Kathryn Hornsleth, Brianna Matte, Mary Patriarca, Annie Patriarca, Cayce Patriarca, Skylar Pemberton, Lindsey Price, Emma Wells (Bishop Feehan); Julia Bernaiche (Coyle-Cassidy); Camille Gendron, Jenna Silva, Aili Ramsden, Miranda Cho, Sam Silva (Bishop Stang)
HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE
Tiffany Chin, Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Elizabeth Saltz, Ella Lynch-Bartek (Attleboro); Katharine Cashin, Kathryn McGuire, Allyssa LaPuma, Maia Wainwright, Kathryn Chew, Elizabeth Tang (Franklin); Jennifer Prior, Kyra Cavicchi (Mansfield); Sam Stretton, Morgan O’Hara, Ava Kelley, Morgan Foltz, Emma O’Hara, Aprille Gangi (Oliver Ames); Megan Campbell, Jamie Buckley, Morgan Sachtleben, Kayla Schuberth, Morgan Poppenberger (King Philip); Cheryl Sun, Muskan Kumar, Rhia Malhotra, Cleo Zhou (Sharon); Erin Schrama, Angelina Lynch (Taunton); Kim Stochaj, Eva Parson (Milford); Jessica Hart (Canton); Pam Nelson (Foxboro)
MVP: Morgan O’Hara
NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE
Brooke Wager, Amanda Wager, Talia Orenstein, Emily Swearingen (Marblehead); Sofia Blomqvist, Hannah Perkins, Grace Athanas, Hannah McCarthy (Beverly); Elizabeth Dokina, Harper Clopton, Judy Dicker, Lola Muntiu, Elizabeth Dokina (Swampscott); Leila Cesic (Revere); Hannah Trahant (Lynn English); Kirsten Currie (Peabody); Caroline McKay (Gloucester); Chloe Acomb (Malden)
SWIMMER OF THE YEAR: Amanda Wager
SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE
Devin Sylvia, Jenna Maxim, Becky Goodfellow, Emma Kelleher (Apponequet); Jenna Durgin, Charlotte Cole, Rachel Perry, Claire Noble Shriver (Old Rochester); Natalie Kach, Abigail Tenreiro, Jayla Pina, Lauren Shanahan, Lyla Carvalho, Isabella Gerardi (Seekonk)
CO-ED SWIMMING
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE
Naomi Bethune, Simon Chernow, Vincent Tran (Latin Academy); Michael Forbes, Theresa Forbes, Ramy Laribi (East Boston); Tomas Galeano, Paul Ho, Joia Locke (O’Bryant)
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE
Ellie Walsh, Mac Doucette, Dan Cory, Ben Donnelly, Erin Kiley, Ben Nguyen, Julian Yu (Austin Prep); Sophia Lumino, Catherine Christuk, Emily DelBene, Sabrina Botthof, Meredith Yuhasz, Audrey Waldinger (Bishop Fenwick); Gracie O’Connell, Gracie O’Callaghan, Ryan Mead, and Charlotte Healy (Matignon/St. Joseph’s); Sam Rossini, Teddy Rossini, Liz Galicki (Archbishop Williams); Rylee Wirtanen, Sophie Zenkin, JJ Piacitelli (Arlington Catholic); Caitie Heise, Brenden Dion, Patrick McKenna (Lowell Catholic/Innovation Academy); Gabi Marchese (St. Mary’s)

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