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Rockies podcast: On Bill Schmidt’s hiring as GM, deals for Antonio Senzatela and C.J. Cron, club’s offseason forecast and more



Rockies podcast: On Bill Schmidt’s hiring as GM, deals for Antonio Senzatela and C.J. Cron, club’s offseason forecast and more

In this packed edition of the On The Rox podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Patrick Saunders break down an array of topics with the Rockies’ 2021 season fresh in the rearview.

What’s to make of Colorado hiring Bill Schmidt as GM? How should fans rate the deals handed out to right-hander Antonio Senzatela and first baseman C.J. Cron? What’s the latest update on Trevor Story’s free agency forecast? Who needs to break out for the Rockies to contend in 2022?

Those questions, plus analysis on Nolan Arenado’s postseason struggles, are addressed and more.

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Elon Musk Reacts to Tesla Competitor’s Sunday NYT Ad Smearing Full Self-Driving



Elon Musk Reacts to Tesla Competitor’s Sunday NYT Ad Smearing Full Self-Driving
The Dawn Project’s full-page advertisement in Sunday’s New York Times. @andyjayhawk/Twitter

Tesla’s Full Self-Driving system is (again) stirring up a storm of controversy on the internet. The EV maker on Monday released the newest (version 10.9) updates of its FSD Beta to a select group of Tesla owners. The day before, a software safety advocacy organization called “The Dawn Project” placed a full-page advertisement in Sunday’s New York Times, calling Tesla FSD “the worst software ever sold by a Fortune 500 company” and urging the public to not be “crash test dummies for thousands of Tesla cars” with FSD.

The ad was paid for by The Dawn Project’s founder Dan O’Dowd, who is also the CEO of Green Hills Software, a company that provides operating systems to automakers, as well as the aerospace industry.

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After reviewing “many hours” of YouTube videos of drivers testing FSD, O’Dowd arrived at the conclusions that the system commits a “critical driving error,” as defined by the California DMV Driving Performance Evaluation, every eight minutes and that, if the system was used in every passenger vehicle in the U.S., “millions would die every day.”

To prove his point, O’Dowd is offering a $10,000 reward “to the first person who can name another commercial product from a Fortune 500 company that has a critical malfunction every 8 minutes.”

Under O’Dowd’s share of his NYT ad on Twitter, a Tesla investor named Dave Lee suggested in a comment that Green Hills had taken money from Tesla competitors, to which Elon Musk responded, “Green Hills software is a pile of trash.”

According to Green Hills website, the company most recently worked with BMW on its iX electric sports utility vehicle.

O’Dowd argued that nobody knows a product’s flaws better than its competitors. “They tear them apart, they figure out what they do right, they figure out what they do wrong,” he told Fox Business Monday. “They know better, and they’ll tell you. The salesman is never going to tell you those things.”

Tesla has been testing Full Self-Driving Beta for over a year with a small group of Tesla owners who have high “safety scores.” A less advanced driver assistance system called Autopilot is available on all Tesla vehicles.

O’Dowd said the original version of Autopilot was built using Green Hills Software but he later backed away from the project because he didn’t believe it was going to work. Tesla hasn’t confirmed this information.

The latest FSD Beta allows a Tesla vehicle to drive itself to a destination entered in its navigation system. But the driver is required to stay alert and be ready to take control at any time.

FSD is the most expensive driver assistance system in the EV market right now. And it’s getting even pricier with each new iteration. Last week, Tesla announced that the price was scheduled to jump from $10,000 to $12,000 on January 17 with the 10.9 release and that additional increases can be expected as the technology improves.

Musk has recently claimed that there hasn’t been any accident or injury caused by FSD since its launch. But the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is in the process of investigating whether FSD was involved in a Model Y crash that occurred in Brea, California, on November 3.

Elon Musk Reacts to Tesla Competitor’s Sunday NYT Ad Smearing Full Self-Driving

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Guregian: The lowdown on the NFL’s divisional round matchups



Guregian: The lowdown on the NFL’s divisional round matchups

The AFC and NFC’s semifinalists are set to hit the big stage this weekend in divisional round action.

While the Patriots might be done for the season, searching for answers to improve for next year, there’s still a few more weeks of playoff football left, and interesting matchups all around.

Among the remaining eight teams, there’s plenty of star power at quarterback. At age 44, Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady led the league in passing yards (5,316), and touchdowns (43). The former Patriots great also tops everyone in championship rings with seven.

Is he headed for No. 8?

Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes are also ring-owners. So is San Francisco’s Jimmy Garoppolo, who has two rings from his time in New England, but didn’t play in any of the playoff games.

Beyond the jewelry, Pro Football Focus has seven of the remaining quarterbacks ranked in their Top 15 based on performance this season, led by Cincy’s Joe Burrow, who sits in the top spot. After Burrow, Brady (2), Rodgers (4), and Buffalo’s Josh Allen (5) round out the Top 5.

How do the games shape up? Let’s take a look.

Bengals at Titans

When: Saturday, 4:30 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)

Where: Nissan Stadium

Biggest concern for Bengals: Joe Burrow was sacked a league-leading 51 times during the year. Can the offensive line keep Burrow upright against the Titans, who were among the league leaders in sacks (43)?

Biggest concern for Titans: The expectation is for star running back Derrick Henry to play. He’s been sidelined since Week 9 with a Jones fracture in his right foot. It remains to be seen how much of an impact he’ll have coming off that type of injury.

Bengals stat of note: The first team ever with a 4,000-yard passer (Burrow), a 1,000-yard rusher (Joe Mixon) and two 1,000-yard receivers (Ja’Marr Chase & Tee Higgins).

Titans stat of note: Henry is the only player in the NFL with 10-plus rushing touchdowns in each of the past four seasons.

Lowdown: The Titans, as the AFC’s top seed, are seeing their first action in the 2021 playoffs. They should have all of their key players on offense (A.J. Brown, Julio Jones, Henry) together for the first time since November. They’ll need all hands on deck to compete with the firepower of the Bengals offense.

Burrow’s connection with Chase (13 TDs) is frightening for any defense. If the Titans manage to contain that threat, there’s still Higgins, Tyler Boyd and tight end C.J. Uzomah, who had six catches last week in the Wild Card round. Mixon, who rushed for over 1,000 yards, offers some balance to the attack.

While the Titans defense has improved, it has on occasion proved vulnerable in the secondary.

Overall, however, the Bengals defense has surrendered more points per game (27.1) and yards per game (350.8) than the Titans.

The Bengals also lost starting defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi to a season-ending foot injury in Saturday’s win. Pro Bowl defensive end Trey Hendrickson was in concussion protocol, but was back at practice.

This game certainly has the potential for an upset. Just not totally sold on the Bengals defense, or offensive line. The Bengals have the edge at quarterback, with Burrow over Ryan Tannehill, but the Titans get the checkmark on defense and at head coach. Mike Vrabel should come up with a game plan to slow Burrow & Co. for the Titans to advance.

Prediction: Titans 28, Bengals 24

49ers at Packers

When: Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET (FOX, FOX Deportes)

Where: Lambeau Field

Biggest concern for 49ers: Whether Jimmy Garoppolo can deliver with thumb and shoulder injuries.

Biggest concern for Packers: Stopping the run. The Packers were 30th overall during the regular season, allowing 4.7 yards per carry. The last three games, the number climbed to 5.6 yards per rush.

49ers stat of note: Defensive end Nick Bosa (21) tied with Pittsburgh’s T.J. Watt for the most tackles for loss in 2021.

Packers stat of note: They’re the only team with an undefeated record (8-0) at home during the 2021 regular season.

Skinny: In the strange but true department, Aaron Rodgers is 0-3 against the 49ers in the playoffs. Will that have any bearing in this game?

Doubt it.

The Packers are the NFC’s top seed, and record-wise (13-4), the best team in football. Rodgers has put together an MVP-type season. He’s been in total command of the Packers offense, with 37 TD passes and just four INTs.

The Niners have a decent pass rush to try and rattle Rodgers. Bosa, however, suffered a head injury in Sunday’s win over Dallas. He has advanced through the NFL’s concussion protocol, practicing in a limited fashion Wednesday and has a decent chance to play. Linebacker Fred Warner suffered an ankle injury, but he took to social media to tell fans he was a go.

As for Jimmy G., all he seems to do is win, whether he plays well or not. His thumb injury is going to be tougher to overcome, especially in the cold. Niners receiver Deebo Samuel is a stud, but so is Davante Adams for the Packers, who had 12 catches for 132 yards during the two teams’ regular season meeting, won by the Packers.

Bottom line, it’s going to be tough to knock Rodgers out, especially at Lambeau.

Prediction: Packers 31, 49ers 21

Rams at Buccaneers

When: Sunday, 3 p.m. ET (NBC, Peacock Universo)

Where: Raymond James Stadium

Biggest concern for Rams: Which team will show up? The one that blew a 17-point lead to the Niners in Week 18, or the one that just blew out the Cardinals in the Wild Card round?

Biggest concern for Bucs: Injuries to key players on offense finally catching up. WR Chris Godwin suffered a season-ending knee injury, while RB Leonard Fournette (hamstring) and RB Ronald Jones (ankle) weren’t healthy enough to play in the Wild Card round. Center Ryan Jensen and All-Pro RT Tristan Wirfs are also battling injuries.

Key Rams stat: Cooper Kupp became the 4th player since 1970 to lead the NFL in receptions (145), receiving yards (1,947), and receiving touchdowns (16) in the same season.

Key Bucs stat: Tom Brady is the All-Time NFL postseason leader in games played (46), wins (35), passing TDs (85), Super Bowl titles (7) and Super Bowl MVPs (5).

Skinny: The Rams took down the Bucs Week 3, 34-24. Brady, of course, will be looking to avenge that loss and advance to the NFC Championship game. This time around, however, he’ll have to do it with a lot of missing parts.

Brady, of course, looked great against the Eagles in the Wild Card game playing with a cast of backups, but took a beating in the process with Jensen hobbled, and Wirfs eventually leaving the game with an ankle injury. The Rams, Aaron Donald, Leonard Floyd and Von Miller in particular, will be looking to tee off on the GOAT and make his life miserable.

Matthew Stafford, meanwhile, threw a few too many picks down the stretch, but cleaned up his act against Arizona throwing two TDs, with a 154.5 rating. In the meeting earlier in the year against the Bucs, he passed for 343 yards with 4 TDs and no picks. And after many years of frustration in Detroit, Stafford won his first playoff game last week against the Cardinals.

The head says go with the Rams over the depleted Bucs.

But in the end, it’s never a good idea to bet against Brady. If there’s a way to win, he’ll find it. He’ll certainly be handicapped with a makeshift offensive line, and several of his key weapons likely not playing. It doesn’t make sense for a 44-year-old to overcome such obstacles. But then again, Brady’s made a living proving all the doubters wrong.

Prediction: Bucs 30, Rams 27

Bills at Chiefs

When: Sunday, 6:30 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)

Where: Arrowhead Stadium

Biggest concern for Bills: Can Josh Allen duplicate his other-worldly performances against the Patriots, or will he come back to earth?

Biggest concern for Chiefs: The defense. Steve Spagnuolo’s unit has been up and down much of the year. Of late, they’ve put up a few stinkers.

Key Bills stat: Only team in the NFL to rank in the Top 5 in total offense (381.9 yards per game) and total defense (272.8 yards allowed per game).

Key Chiefs stat: Patrick Mahomes is second behind Dan Marino (168) with the most TD passes his first five seasons (151).

Skinny: Naturally, the NFL is saving the best for last. This is a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game. The Chiefs were the superior team last year, and the Bills spent the entire offseason vowing to improve and take down Mahomes & Co. this time around. They did so earlier in the year in a rout, 38-20, at Arrowhead.

The playoffs, however, are a different animal.

Can the Bills do it again? If Allen plays as well as he did against Bill Belichick’s team the last two games, never punting, while scoring every time he touched the ball, the Bills are going to be tough to beat.

Both the Chiefs and Bills have had impressive wins, but also a few head-scratching losses along the ride. At this stage, though, it’s hard to believe the game won’t live up to the hype. Both Mahomes and Allen took it up a notch last week. This one’s a heavyweight fight all the way. It’s hard to believe Mahomes vs. Allen won’t be a great duel. Predicting a slight upset in this one.

Prediction: Bills 35, Chiefs 31

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Girls soccer All-Scholastics and league All-Stars



Girls soccer All-Scholastics and league All-Stars


Bria Abbiati (Newton South)

Juliana Anastopoulos (Brookline)

Megan Banzi (Plymouth North)

Arianna Bezanson (Danvers)

Carolina Bettaro (Revere)

Olivia Borgen (Whitman-Hanson)

Rory Clare (Wellesley)

Lauren Dwyer (Silver Lake)

Abbey Finn (Dedham)

Giulianna Gianino (Norwell)

Kyra Hacker (Natick)

Nia Hislop (Concord-Carlisle)

Claudia Keith (Bishop Fenwick)

Caroline Kennard (Nauset)

Maddie Ledbury (Needham)

Jane Maguire (Hamilton-Wenham)

Maya Mathis (Acton-Boxboro)

Kailee McCabe (Foxboro)

Molly McGlame (Hanover)

Ava Murphy (Winchester)

Camryn O’Connor (Oliver Ames)

Anne Pearl (Bishop Feehan)

Maddi Peck (Westwood)

Ashlee Purcell (Wakefield)

Sophie Reale (Hingham)

Ella Slayton (North Andover)


BRIA ABBIATI, Newton South

Abbaiti scored 13 goals to go with five assists for the Newton South team that went to the Div. 1 State Semifinals. The junior has been the Lions leading scorer in each of her first three years. A standout student, Abbiati also skis and plays lacrosse.


The senior set a school record by allowing just four goals during the regular season. In addition, she set Warriors school records for shutouts with 15 on the year. The four-year varsity starter is hoping to continue her playing career in college and is a member of National Honor Society.

MEGAN BANZI, Plymouth North

The All-State senior midfielder scored 20 goals and added seven assists as she earned Patriot League All-Star honors. A three-time Herald All-Scholastic selection, Banzi has been a league All-Star since her freshman year. Banzi will play her college soccer and study nursing at UMass-Lowell.


Bettero scored 33 goals while also tallying 13 assists to earn Greater Boston League Co-MVP honors. The senior finished her career with a school-record 109 goals and a pair of Greater Boston League MVPs. A three sport athlete, Bettero is also a league All-Star in basketball and outdoor track. She plans on pursuing a degree in criminal justice.


Bezanson scored 22 goals and added 12 assists to finish her time as a Falcon with 86 goals and 36 assists. Bezanson is set to continue her playing career at Colgate University.

OLIVIA BORGEN, Whitman-Hanson

The senior led the Div. 2 state champion Panthers, scoring 23 goals to finish her career with 62 goals and 39 assists. An All-New England selection, Borgen is also the school record holder for the 100-meter dash in track and field. Borgen will continue her playing career at Penn State.

RORY CLARE, Wellesley

The senior forward led the Raiders in goals and assists for the fourth consecutive year. Scoring 21 goals, she earned Bay State Herget Division MVP and All-New England recognition. She is also a track standout, being named a USATF All-American in 2021. A high honor roll student and a member of the National Honor Society, Clare is committed to run track at Columbia University.


Dwyer led Silver Lake to the Div. 2 state title game as she scored seven goals and six assists while being a standout outside defender. A two-time Patriot League All-Star and four-year varsity starter, Dwyer is committed to play Division 1 women’s soccer at Florida Gulf Coast University.


The senior midfielder took home Tri-Valley League MVP honors and All-New England recognition. She was team MVP as a sophomore. A member of the National Honor Society, Finn will continue her playing career at Providence College.


The senior midfielder was the South Shore League Player of the Year after scoring 16 goals and adding 17 assists in leading the Clippers to a 20-1-2 record and the Div. 3 state title. In the offseason, Gianino competes as a member of the South Shore Select. A high honors student, she will play her college soccer at Boston University.


The center back helped guide the Redhawks to 14 shutouts in 2021. During Natick’s run to the Div. 1 state championship they allowed just two goals largely due to Hacker’s play. A member of National Honor Society, Hacker will continue her playing career at Bowdoin College.

NIA HISLOP, Concord-Carlisle

The senior forward was All-New England for the second year in a row as she scored eight goals to go with 17 assists. Hilsop’s play earned her Dual County League All-Star recognition. A member of the FC Stars ECNL club team in the offseason, Hislop is committed to UMass Amherst for soccer.

CLAUDIA KEITH, Bishop Fenwick

Keith finished the season with 12 shutouts and just five goals against, garnering Catholic Central League MVP honors and All-New England recognition. For her career, Keith racked up 40 shutouts and was a three-time CCL All-Star. A member of Aztec Soccer Club, Keith will continue her playing career at Southern New Hampshire University.


Kennard totaled 23 goals and 13 assists despite being only a sophomore. The 2021 Cape & Islands league MVP now has 28 career goals. A high-academic student with a 4.52 GPA, Kennard is hoping to attend a Division 1 school that excels in both academics and athletics.


The senior center forward scored 14 goals and had seven assists to become the highest-scoring player for Needham in 21 years. A first team all-state selection from the United Soccer Coaches Association, Ledbury totaled 60 points over her career. The captain of the Rockets varsity hockey team will play soccer at Hamilton College.

JANE MAGUIRE, Hamilton-Wenham

The senior piled up 21 goals and 11 assists as the top player in the Cape Ann League. The CAL Baker’s MVP finished her career with 30 goals and 15 assists. Also a CAL All-Star on the basketball court and a member of National Honor Society, Maguire is committed to continuing her playing career at Colby College.

MAYA MATHIS, Acton-Boxboro

The junior had 12 goals and nine assists to earn Dual County League Player of the Year. Mathis plays for the FC Stars on the club circuit. Mathis is committed to the University of Connecticut beginning in the fall of 2023.


The striker scored 32 goals, a program single season record. A four-year starter, McCabe finished her career with an astounding 78 goals. The Hockomock MVP in 2020 and 2021, McCabe is committed to Holy Cross.


The senior forward scored 23 goals to earn Patriot League Fisher Division MVP honors. Between her freshman and senior seasons, McGlame totaled 43 goals including 20 in her freshman season when she helped the Hawks reach the South Sectional Final. An honor roll student, McGlame will continue her playing career at St. John’s University.

AVA MURPHY, Winchester

The junior forward scored 21 goals and tallied four assists to Middlesex League Liberty Division MVP. Murphy was named to the United Soccer Coaches Association All-Region team. A member of National Honor Society, Murphy hopes to play college soccer.


The senior midfielder scored 22 goals and had six assists to lead the Tigers to the Hockomock crown and earn All-New England recognition. The National Honor Society student will continue her playing career at Boston University.

ANNE PEARL, Bishop Feehan

The Shamrocks center back scored eight goals while also being part of a defense that allowed just seven goals all season. The Shamrocks reached the Div. 1 state semifinals two year after she helped them capture the crown in 2019. Pearl will continue her playing career at Union College.

MADDI PECK, Westwood

Peck had six goals and 10 assists while serving as the Wolverines attacking midfielder. The Tri-Valley League Large MVP, Peck’s efforts helped lead Westwood to the Div. 2 State quarterfinals. A member of the New England Futbol Club (NEFC) in the offseason, Peck will play soccer at Fordham University.


The senior striker scored 20 goals and had three assists, finishing her varsity career with 45 goals and 19 assists. The Middlesex League Freedom Division’s MVP guided her team to a league championship. The three-sport star also won league MVP honors in basketball and was a Middlesex League All-Star in track last spring. Purcell is committed to Merrimack College to continue her soccer career in 2022.


The junior striker scored 27 goals and added 21 assists in leading Hingham to the Div. 1 state championship game. An All-New England and United Coaches All-American, Reale has 48 goals for her career. One of the top junior recruits, Reale has already given a verbal commitment to UCLA.

ELLA SLAYTON, North Andover

Slayton scored 16 goals and had six assists to earn the Merrimack Valley Conference’s Div. 1 player of the year. An All-New England selection, Slayton is also a standout runner as she has led the Scarlet Knights to state relay titles in both indoor and outdoor track. A member of Seacoast United Girls Academy on the club circuit, Slayton is planning to continue her soccer career at a premier academic school.



Rory Clare, Catherine Smith, Abigail Tucker (Wellesley); Kyra Hacker, Allison Jeter, Briar Grady, Mikayla Henderson, Zoe Graves (Natick); Juliana Anastopoulos, Hope Leschly, Cecelia Wager (Brookline); Brooke Haarala, Ali Jones (Framingham); Maddie Ledbury, Caroline Hood, Jackie Pucillo, Ava Chiappinelli (Needham); Riley Grable (Wellesley); Brooke Walonis (Walpole); Lily Ranalli (Newton North); Loli Morales (Braintree)

MVP: Rory Clare, Maddie Ledbury


Petranella Duross Conklin, Majella Alice Cremin, Lillian Casey Crowley, Lilah Rose Fleischer, Alexa Desforges Poremba (Latin Academy); Rosandra Batista Silva (Boston International); Emanuela Estrela, Mariana Tavares (Burke); Fallow-Me Charles (CASH); Roberssi Reynoso (Charlestown); Brandy Hernandez Augilar, Valeria Erazo, Diana Melgar, Jenifer Sanabria Vasquez (East Boston); Brianna Duran, Dana Duran, Juliana Green (Madison Park); Karina Correa Restrepo (Snowden/Fenway); Lavinia Gomes, Mila Lord, Kaylee Orellana, Jane Yannis (O’Bryant)


ATLANTIC DIVISION: Caroline Kennard, Olivia Avellar, Brady Deschamps, Emma Easley, Sam Schiffenhaus (Nauset); Macy Crowell (Nantucket); Grace Cohen, Lily Hofmann, Megan Jukubicka (Sandwich); Ella Sieger, Mia Cavossa, Elizabeth Janes, Tisharona Blackwood (Falmouth 10); Madelyn Brennan (Dennis-Yarmouth); Livi Varetimos, Lexi Varetimos, Dakota Hesse (Barnstable); Paige Malowski (Martha’s Vineyard)

MVP: Caroline Kennard, Macy Crowell

LIGHTHOUSE DIVISION: Alexandra Palmer, Kara Olonam, Kendal O’Brien, Ella Cheney, Hannah Kalkus (St. John Paul); Lexie Hyora, Audrey Smith, Karah Deveau, Hanna Slater (Monomoy); Kate Donahue, Alexa Bound, Jocelyn Hurrie, Raquel Collins, (Sturgis West); Peyton Joyce, Ellie Smith, Lily Goldmann (Rising Tide); Julietta Marzot (Falmouth Academy); Lilian Shanahan (Cape Cod Academy)

MVP: Kate Donahue


Jane Maguire, Claire Nistl, Jackie Chapdelaine (Hamilton-Wenham); Deirdre McElhinney, Gabriella Loughran, Katelyn Gallagher (Newburyport); Mollie Cahalane, Sabrina Campbell (Pentucket); Samantha Bunar, Adriana Parisi (Lynnfield); Carter King (Ipswich); Madison DiNapoli, Elizabeth Janasiewicz (North Reading); MaryKate McElaney (Amesbury); Casey Mahoney (Georgetown); Morgan Hall (Triton); Kylie Shrock (Rockport)

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Deirdre McElhinney, Jane Maguire


Allyson Carey, Maeve White (Archbishop Williams); Michelle Donahue (Arlington Catholic); Delaney McNinch, Isabella Tenreiro, Sydney Deroche, Samantha MacCormack, Catherine Gallagher (Austin Prep); Anne Pearl, Grace Robison, Kileigh Gorman, Kaitryn Franchino, Brooke Kennedy, Briana Marrero , Ava Detorie (Bishop Feehan): Claudia Keith, Amy Hatfield, McKenna Gilligan, Isabella Delvecchio, Ella Morgan (Bishop Fenwick); Lily Shields, Taylor Oliveira, Sophie Caldwell (Bishop Stang); Jessica Pulsifer, Alyssa Belmont (Cardinal Spellman); Sophie Skabeikis (St. Mary’s); Kelsie McNamara, Cece Yee (*Matignon); Emmaline Nolan, Katie-Lynne Anderson (*St. Joseph)

* – played an independent schedule


Jenna Savaria, Olivia Mucci, Sydney Comeau (Notre Dame); Krista Murphy, Nuala Rodgers (Ursuline); Maddie Turner, Kayla Francillon (Malden Catholic); Ava Duffy (Fontbonne); Catherine MacLeod (Mt. Alvernia)


UPPER DIVISION: Hope McCarthy, Deanna DelBene, Carrie Martinez, Isabella Santana (Essex Tech); Emily Haas, Athenna Mao, Emily Sandelli (Greater Lowell); Keira Frazier, Delaney Scanlon, Felicia Vitorino (Innovation Academy); Charlotte Morey, Taylor West (Lowell Catholic); Lucia Antonucci, Gianna Gray, Hailey Hickey, Reilly Hickey, Millie Reynolds (Mystic Valley); Falyn Hunt (Northeast); Brielle Pigott, Caitlyn Aprile (Shawsheen)

MVP: Hope McCarthy

LOWER DIVISION: Katharine McNamee, Katherine Vieira (Academy of Notre Dame); Briana Peralta, Lisette Perez (Greater Lawrence); Rebecca Unubun (KIPP); Maria Barrios, Sandy Garcia, Helen Poloy (Lynn Tech); Annie Brosnan, Zoe Callahan, Alice Dalton, Eleanor Silvadurso (Minuteman); Tayla Contino, Carolyn Dorman, Sadie Tracy (Nashoba Tech); Madison Dawkins, Madison Gosse, Ariella Jones, Madison Noury, Natalie Vienneau (Whittier)

MVP: Helen Poloy


THORPE: Maya Mathis, Kacie Benn, Sadie Mathis (Acton-Boxboro); Charlotte Beakley, Nia Hislop (Concord-Carlisle); Bria Abbiati, Sienna Masood (Newton South); Izzy Doherty (Westford Academy)

FOLEY: Emilia Tutun, Brady Jacobson, Lily Swanson, Morgan Rome, Natalie Ladocsi, Julia Hanson, Emma Darling (Weston); Sydney Cox, Gianna Missiti, Sabrina Harris (Bedford); Reagan O’Brien, Allie Golden (Boston Latin); Lauren Medeiros, Sophie Ellenbogen, Samantha Tyska (Wayland); Gabriella Anserlian, Emilie Zinda, Christina LaFauci, Abigail Wilder (Waltham)


Anna Flaherty, Delaney Dana, Lauren Wilson, Jayda Mateo (Lynn Classical); Emma Casey, Maria Colombo (Medford); Carolina Bettero, Nahomey Martinez, Samarah Paiva (Revere); Elizaberth DaSilva, Kailegh Kosta (Somerville); Olivia Doanhue, Sara Dzaferagic (Malden); Marian Madrigal Orrego, Layla Bettancur-Cardona (Everett); Anadia Whelton (Lynn English); Katie Arias (Chelsea)

MVP: Carolina Bettero, Anna Flaherty


Kailee McCabe, Jordan Carman, Meg Burke (Foxboro); Emily Dunlea, Emily Khang (Attleboro); Emily McCabe , Ava Gilmore (Canton); Anya Zub, Stella Regan, Norah Anderson, Rachel Welch (Franklin); Ella Pisani, Grace Lawler (King Philip); Katherine Miller, Kara Santos, Gabrielle Smith (Mansfield); Dani Atherton (Milford); Haley Sinacola, Steph McKenna, Emma Pratt (North Attleboro); Camryn O’Connor, Lucinda Li Cotter, Allison Evin, Lauren Sellmayer (Oliver Ames); Sofia Goclowski (Sharon); Shayla Ford (Stoughton)

MVP: Kailee McCabe


LARGE SCHOOLS: Emily Lehane, Bella Prisco, Kathleen Murphy, Nicole Nihtila (Blue Hills); Isabelle Dias, Noelle Kennedy, Hannah Clarke (Tri-County); Emily Gonzalez, Elizabeth Kinnane (Diman); Paige Crockett, Agapi Kouvlis (Southeastern); Rylie Riendeau (Bristol-Plymouth)

MVP: Isabelle Dias

SMALL SCHOOLS: Josie Ammons, Monica Coghlan, Nevaeh Towne, Brianna Poles (Norfolk Aggie); Heather Cormier, Jessica Rotondo, Paige Borgault (Upper Cape); Haylie Fernandes, Melanie Wood (Old Colony); Aubrie Lindo, Eva Washko (Bristol Aggie); Madison Saben-Hambleton (Cape Cod Tech)

MVP: Josie Ammons

COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOLS: Rachael Geniuch, Arianna Georgantas, Amanda Jacques, Kylie Fuller (West Bridgewater); Emily Cochran, Dalice Viera-Rodriquez, Marissa Todd (Holbrook); Hannah Anselmo, Bethany Slivka (Bishop Connolly); Laura Martel, Jesse Skov (Westport); Emma MacDonald (Avon)

MVP: Rachel Genuich


Emma Slayton, Maddie Jackson, Samantha Klimas (North Andover); Courtnee Pickles, Brooke Tardugno, Hailee Pickles (Methuen); Maci Gould, Mallory Amirian (Haverhill); Michaela Buckley, Ashley Sheldon, Dylan Troy (Andover); Sara MacLeod, Sofia Manne (Billerica); Adrianna Marinello, Zarina Pinto (Central Catholic); Allie LoCoco, Eliana Parreira (Chelmsford); Larissa Agostino (Dracut); Daniela Almeida (Tewksbury)

MVP: Emma Slayton, Hailee Pickles


Arianna Bezanson, Gabby Chisholm, Georgia Prouty (Danvers); Elena Lindonen, Taylor Bovardi (Masconomet); Kayleigh Crowell (Beverly); Emma Bloom, McKayla Fisher (Peabody); Maddie Hudson, Victoria Quagrello (Swampscott); Darcy Muller (Gloucester); Ella Kramer (Marblehead)

MVP: Arianna Bezanson


KEENAN: Sophie Reale, Claire Murray, Ava Maguire, Emily Gibbons, Maddie Aughe (Hingham); Megan Banzi, Carly Schofield, Kylee Carafoli, Erin Richards (Plymouth North); Lauren Dwyer, Shea Kelleher, Mckenna Sylvester, Emma Hudson (Silver Lake); Olivia Borgen, Ava Melia (Whitman-Hanson); Bridgett Barrowman, Samantha Zaslaw (Marshfield), Beth Yucius (Duxbury)

MVP: Sophie Reale

FISHER: Molly McGlame, Mia Pongratz, Ava Toner, Sophia Foley, Mary Carven (Hanover); Brooke Pireotti, Sarah Fogarty, Tess Railton, Hayley Mccarthy (Scituate); Kendra Foley, Ella Rose, Paige Kunkle (Plymouth South); Abigail Flynn, Carleton Gough, Maggie Eva (Pembroke); Jamie McAleavey, Melanie Chretien (North Quincy); Avery Pitta (Quincy)

MVP: Molly McGlame


Devin Sylvia, Abigail Menendez, Morgan Hayward (Apponequet); Abigail Sirois (Case); Carleigh Hall, Caroline Reed, Caitlin Morgado, Julia Tavares (Dighton-Rehoboth); Liza Pinette (Fairhaven); Gracie Maloney, Kaitlyn Duarte (Greater New Bedford); Maddie Wright, Cameran Weaver (Old Rochester); Emily Chin, Lauren Couitt (Seekonk); Alex Cook (Somerset Berkley)

MVP: Devin Sylvia


Jennah Quill, Ava Forbes-Smith, Lily Ford, Isabella Johnson, Lily Coelho, Maya Daryanani (Bridgewater-Raynham); Jarah Rodrigues, Olivia Spadea, Ashley Demosthenes (Brockton); Alexia Almeida, Serena Carnes, Kaitlyn DaSilva (Dartmouth); Margaret O’Connell, Camryn Letendre, Meadow Worsley (Durfee); Madalena Morris, Victoria Perry (New Bedford)


Shannon Groom (Abington); Claudia Peirce , Morgan Reed-Davis (Carver); Catrina Herman, Georgia Barrett, Gracyn Lord, Mia Froio, Tess Barrett (Cohasset); Arinana Snelgrove, Caroline McCormack, Chloe Lang, Erin Condon (East Bridgewater); Bridget Fleming, Elsie Harper, Nina Tiani (Hull); Callia Eaton, Samantha Kersey (Mashpee); Addison Enos, Mallory McKenna, Shawn Gallagher (Middleboro); Anna Kirchner, Bridget Shaw, Chloe Kirchner, Guilianna Gianino, Grace Oliver, Paige Flanders, Sarah Kenney, Smilla Spasic (Norwell); Ngozi Nwaoha (Randolph); Emilee Dunham, Emma Cameron, Emma Radzik, Shea McDougal (Rockland)

MVP: Tess Barrett, Guilianna Gianino


Abbey Finn, Lily Roslonek, Alyssa Keane, Jamie McDonough (Dedham); Rachel Herman, Waverly Sumner, Tessa Broderick, Eloisa Luczkow (Dover-Sherborn); Mia Luisi, Mia Wolfgang (Holliston); Ashley Butler (Hopkinton); Isabella Brown, Bella Gangemi, Shannon Burns, Kate Olenik (Medfield); Shannon Mejia, Mikayla Perez (Medway); Caroline Mundy (Millis); Lily Newell (Norton); Cecilia Venditti (Norwood); Maddi Peck, Haley Jacobson, Sofia Roberts (Westwood)

MVP: Abbey Finn, Maddi Peck

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