The Globe published its Fall All-Scholastics yesterday. Here are the honored athletes from BPS:
Boston English, Junior, OH
Loyo-Torres averaged 12 kills and five aces per match this season. She was nominated for MVP in track and basketball and won the Sportsmanship Award in softball. The honor roll student is looking to pursue sports medicine in college.
Boston English: Carolynn Loyo-Torres, Karen Pagen. Boston International: Maciel Carvajal, Paula Hernandez. Brighton: Samantha Penn, Keyla Pimentel. Burke: Michelle Dyette, Adrienne Martin. Charlestown: Maria Coleman, Denise Garcia. Dorchester: Nancy Penaloza, Shanira Vidal. East Boston: Fatima Guevara, Mariana Romero. Latin Academy: Christina Joseph, Jenny Tran. Madison Park: Wilidia Capre, Christalis Oller. O’Bryant: Ve Truong, Lilli Wondwossen. Snowden: Ivabeth Kirnon, Bianca Rosado. South Boston: Lorina Gjino. West Roxbury: Janine Coleman, Prisca Valjean.
East Boston, Senior, WR/RB
Amodeo manned the backfield for the City League champions, racking up more than 1,000 yards rushing and 18 touchdowns for the high-powered Jets. The honor role student led the Jets to a Super Bowl, and next hopes to attend college to study civil engineering.
Coach of the Year:
East Boston, Division 4
In his final season as head coach, Sousa led East Boston to the Division 4 Super Bowl. He has 120 wins in 15 years and was previously named a Globe Coach of the Year in 2003. Sousa credits the Jets’ success to team determination.
Boston English: Melvin Booker, Grayland Seales. Charlestown: Joel Foster, Odane Harriott. East Boston: Brandon Amodeo. Madison Park: Ray Hawkins, Khayree Hudson. South Boston: Jose Burgos, Daquan Hill. West Roxbury: Jeff Casseus, Michael Hernandez.
Brighton: Joshua Altime. Burke: Denzel Patterson, Chris Shelton. Dorchester: Peter Berment, Eric Parrish. Hyde Park: Jessie Noel, Elijah Smith. Latin Academy: Sean Devlin, Edbiko Elysee. O’Bryant: Omari Alfred, Chandler Ransom.