Central girls soccer dominated the MVC this year, posting a 13-0 league record and increasing its unbeaten streak in the MVC to two seasons. Overall, the Raiders went 18-1, outscoring the opposition 75-6.
It’s not then surprising that Central dominated the MVC awards as well.
Six Raiders (Kylie Regan, Alli Wiggins,, Erin Berube, Courtney Walsh, Stephanie May and Aly Spencer) were named All-MVC.
Walsh, who netted 15 goals and added 11 assists, was named the MVC Division 1 Player of the Year.
Haverhill girls also brought home some MVC hardware. Fred Tarbox was awarded MVC Division 2 Coach of the Year. Kelleigh Cokely was named MVC Division 2 Player of the Year. Marlayna Buco earned league Division 2 Goalkeeper of the Year.
North Andover boys took home several MVC honors, Michael Skarbelis earning MVC Division 1 Player of the Year and first-year Scarlet Knights coach Kyle Wood winning Division 1 Coach of the Year.
Skarbelis scored 41 goals and 11 assists during the 2013 season. He finished as North Andover’s all-time scoring leader with 70 goals and 23 assists.
Andover: Veronica Alois, Soph., forward; Sarah Van Antwerp, Sr., defense; Central Catholic: Kylie Regan, Sr., midfield; Alli Wiggins, Jr., forward; Erin Berube, Sr., defense; Courtney Walsh Sr., forward; Stephanie May, Sr., defense; Aly Spencer, Sr., forward; Chelmsford: Rachel Hanna, Sr., midfield/forward; Kayla Loycano Jr., defense; Patricia Blumeris, Jr., midfield/forward; Mary Lupoli, Jr., defense; Haverhill: Kelleigh Cokely, Sr., midfield/forward; Marlayna Buco, Jr., goalkeeper; Lowell: Leyshla Gonzalez, Jr., forward; North Andover: Abbie Karalis, Soph., midfield/forward
GIRLS LOCAL MVC-ALL-STARS
Andover: Lily Puccia, Jr., midfield; Courtney Grygiel, Jr., forward/midfield; Emily Van Antwerp, Sr., midfield; Central Catholic: Alessandra Sadler, Jr., defense; Megan Rauseo, Sr., midfield; Haverhill: Molly Thomas, Jr., defense; Lindsey Fitzpatrick, Soph., midfield/forward; Methuen: Madison Langlois, Sr., midfield; North Andover: Tess Dunham, Soph., midfield; Tori Sullivan, Sr., defense