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November 29, 2012

Great season for fall sports

The fall season is now officially over and it was a fabulous three months for Haverhill High teams.

The nine different varsity programs combined for 62 wins, three Merrimack Valley Conference Championships and six post-season appearances. Along with team success came many well-deserved individual accolades.

Here are some of the top honors bestowed on Hillie student-athletes and staff this fall:

Merrimack Valley Conference Coach of the Year

Bill Kaste, girls volleyball; Fred Tarbox, girls soccer; Kevin Murphy, golf

Merrimack Valley Conference Player of the Year

Alex Itasaka, girls volleyball; Chance Brady, football; Kelleigh Cokely, girls soccer

Cheerleading all conference

Ive Pabon, Miranda Clough

Boys cross country all star

Christian White

Girls cross country all-conference

Jackie Solimine, Riley Gilmore

Field hockey all conference

Devyn Mangrum

Field hockey all star

Madeline Scovotti

Football all conference

Chance Brady

Football first team all star

Tommy Morgan, Jordan Javier, Dan Burrows, Tommy Maguire

Football second team all star

Shain Roche, John Ramsdell, Phil Panici, Jonah Atkins, Stephane Bristol, Josh Noel, Patrick Yale

Golf all conference

Ryan Paris, Scott Farley

Girls soccer all conference

Kelleigh Cokely

Girls soccer all star

Abigail Nauffts, Basema Hussein, Lindsey Fitzpatrick, Marissa Pond, Christine Dauphinais

Girls swimming all conference

Sarah Broderick

Girls swimming all star

Emily Brown, Cali Aramian, Leigh Freeman, Michaela Sliney

Girls volleyball all conference

Alex Itasaka, Abigail Sonuga

Girls volleyball all star

Morgan Arsenault, Megan Tracy, Haley Deroche, Ornela Llupo

Practices for winter sports at the high school started up this week.

For complete winter schedules and updates information on Haverhill High sports, visit www.hillies.org.

Tom O’Brien is the athletic director for Haverhill High School. He contributes this regular column.

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