A strong senior presence led the football team to a playoff berth this season, backed by junior Jovan Marrero, who accumulated over 1400 rushing yards.
CCL All-Stars: Andrew Force, Jack Grafton, Colin Tracey, Dan D’Ambrosio, and Jovan Marrero
Enterprise All- Scholastics: Andrew Force and Jovan Marrero
Boy Soccer: 7-10-3
The boys soccer team came in second place
in the Catholic Central League clinching a spot in the state tournament playoffs. Senior Carlo Alves had 35 goals and 12 assists on the season led team.
CCL All-Stars: Carlo Alves, Issiah Donohue, Kevin McGaughey, Tyler Bobbin
All-Scholastics: Carlo Alves, Issiah Donohue, Kevin McGaughey, Tyler Bobbin
Girls Soccer: 12-8
With a young and talented core, the girls soccer team made the state tournament. Leading the way was junior Madison Frye with 17 goals and 5 assists in the season.
CCL All-Stars: Madison Frye, Molly Ferro, Laura Sexton, Alyssa McColl
All-Scholastics: Madison Frye, Molly Ferro, Laura Sexton, Alyssa McColl
Boys Golf: 4-16
The boys golf team was led by strong performances from senior Matt Cahill and junior Anthony Nardelli.
The volleyball team was led by senior Captain Carly Fisher who had 174 service points, 55 aces, 410 assists, 25 blocks, 198 digs, and
CCL All-Stars: Carly Fisher, Cassidy Cave, Alex Achenbach
All-Scholastics: Carly Fisher
Boys cross-country: 8-1
The boys cross-country team was led by strong performances from senior Charlie Norton, junior Mike Bowen and freshmen Niko Lutz. Mike Bowen consistently held the best race times and finished as the fourth best runner in the Catholic Central League.
CCL All-Stars: Charlie Norton, Mike Bowen, Niko Lutz
All-Scholastics: Mike Bowen
Girls-cross country: 8-1
Young talent led the girls cross country team with sophomores Emma Gryzbinski and
Ava O’Donnell clocking in consistent strong performances. Emma finished with a time of 22.28 in the Eastern Mass Division 5 Meet.