Foxboro High was represented by 14 student-athletes to be named to the Hockomock League All-Star team and nine more who were selected as honorable mentions for their respective sports.
The Division 2 East Sectional champion Warrior girls’ lacrosse team had the most selections of any Foxboro team with four while the girls’ tennis program has a trio of selections.
In representing the girls’ lacrosse team, senior captain Sophia DiCenso was selected along with classmate Meghan Curran, junior Jaime Notarangelo and sophomore goaltender Sara Addeche.
DiCenso scored a team-best 58 goals and was tied for first in assists (26) while Curran contributed 35 goals and 20 assists. Notarangelo scored 46 goals and tallied 14 assists while Addeche made 112 saves this season with a 36 percent save percentage.
Sophomore Pam Nelson, who played at No. 1 singles, was joined by the No. 1 doubles tandem of Kendal Milender and Paige Krockta in representing the Warrior girls’ tennis team, which finished second in the Davenport. Nelson won 16 matches this season, including a dozen regular-season victories by straight-set shutouts, while the doubles tandem amassed a 14 wins.
The Davenport Division champion Warrior boys’ lacrosse team had a pair of multi-time selections with Providence College-bound Brendan Tully and fellow senior Pat Stapleton. Tully had a team-best 39 goals with 15 assists while Stapleton was the anchor of the Foxboro defense, which finished third in the league in goals allowed.
Senior captain Lexi Quinn and sophomore Jordyn Collins were each representatives for the Foxboro track program. Quinn won the two-mile at the Hockomock League Championships while earning three dual-meet wins in both the mile and two mile against league competition. Collins won the 100 meter at the Hockomock League meet while finishing as the runner up in both the 200 meter and 4x100 relay event.
Senior Joe Cavaleri and junior teammate Michael Devlin were each selected the the 23-man Hockomock baseball roster. Devlin led the team in hits (22), was tied for second on the team in RBIs and was tied for second in runs scored (14). Cavaleri led the team in RBIs (15) while he was second on the team in hits (20).
Sophomore standout shortstop Morgan Sylvestre represented the Warrior softball team as its lone selection. Sylvestre was first on the team in hits (26), was tied for first in runs scored (24) with a .400 batting average and .871 fielding.
The No. 1 doubles team of Brian Gardner and Sean McAvoy were named to the honorable mention list for the Warrior boys’ tennis team while the track program also had two honorable mentions with Emma Keefe and Ryan Proulx. Kyle McGinnis (baseball), Peyton Feldman (softball), Julia Muise (girls’ tennis), Molly Murphy (girls’ lacrosse) and Pete Conley (boys’ lacrosse) rounded out the list of Foxboro honorable mentions.