After leading the North Shore with 37 points, St. Mary's sophomore and Peabody native Jenna Chaplain has been named the Catholic Central League co-MVP for girls hockey. (Item File Photo)

St. Mary’s Jenna Chaplain named CCL co-MVP for girls hockey

St. Mary’s sophomore and Peabody native Jenna Chaplain capped off the 2020-2021 girls hockey season with a bang Friday after she was named the Catholic Central League co-MVP alongside Matignon’s Lizzy Greeley. 

It was a stellar year for Chaplain, who helped lead the Spartans to a CCL Cup victory over previously undefeated Matignon just last week. Chaplain scored her 100th career point back in January, eventually finishing the year with 24 goals and 13 assists for a North Shore-leading 37 points. 

Joining Chaplain on the girls hockey all-star list are four of her St. Mary’s teammates in senior Sam Porazinski, senior Felicia D’Alessandro, senior Marina DiBiasio and sophomore Maggie Pierce. Porazinski, who also scored her 100th career point this season, finished second on the team in scoring with 12 goals and 17 assists for 29 points, while Pierce (12 goals, 15 assists), DiBiasio (12 goals, 13 assists) and D’Alessandro (nine goals, 14 assists) rounded out the top five scorers for St. Mary’s.

Bishop Fenwick had four players named to the all-star team in senior Gabby Davern, junior Sedona Lawson, junior Lauren Diranian and junior Catherine Salvo. Davern, who scored the 100th point of her career at the end of January, led Fenwick with eight goals and seven assists for 15 points. Diranian also had a solid season with two goals and seven assists, while Salvo was the Crusaders’ top scoring defenseman with four goals and two assists. Lawson was stellar in net for Fenwick, making 230 total saves with a save percentage of .913.

Other CCL girls hockey all-stars were Gianna McCusker, Alexa McKim, Alaina Aiello and Tia Picardi (Matignon); Isabel Hulse, McKenzie Cerato, Madison Vittands, Lauryn Hanafin and Elise Lyons (Austin Prep); Maggie Milne, Quinn Mustone and Mary Cate Flynn (Arlington Catholic); Karoline O’Toole, Grace Mottau and Melanie McClay (Archbishop Williams); Brooke Borges, Caitlin Kelley and Lauren Cullity (Bishop Feehan), Sophia Babineau, Maddie Andre and Raquel Reis (Bishop Stang); McKenna Wech and Kerry McMullan (St. Joseph’s Prep).

On the boys side, Archbishop Williams senior Nick Recupero was named CCL MVP. A separate honor, All-Star Honorary Captain, was given to Bishop Feehan’s AJ Quetta, who suffered a serious spinal injury during the season and is currently being treated at Shepherd Rehabilitation Center in Atlanta.

St. Mary’s had five players named to the CCL all-star team, with senior Colby Magliozzi, senior Kyle LoNigro, junior Owen Giangrande, sophomore Brady Bullock and freshman Harrison Kinne all earning recognition. Magliozzi and LoNigro -- both senior captains -- were first and second in scoring for the Spartans this year, with Magliozzi notching nine goals and 14 assists for 23 points and LoNigro finishing with 12 goals and nine assists for 21 points. Bullock added eight goals and seven assists for the year, while Kinne notched five goals and seven assists. Giangrande had a solid season in net, starting 10 games and finishing the year with a goals against average of 1.98.

Bishop Fenwick had three players earn all-star honors in senior Cam Martin, senior Aiden Anthony and senior Jack Vieira. Martin led the Crusaders in scoring with nine goals and five assists for 14 points, while Anthony was the team’s top scoring defenseman with two goals and one assist. 

Other CCL boys hockey all-stars were Christian Koylion, Aidan McDonnell, Conor Kelly, Alex Umbro and Jackson Sylvester (Archbishop Williams); Ty Wood, Jacob Duval, Aidan Elkins, Colin McGrath and Joe Thibodeau (Austin Prep); Carson Priante and Luke Ramsey (Arlington Catholic); Kevin Barrera, Peter Carriuolo and Thomas Franzosa (Bishop Feehan); Tyler Chabot and Stephen Nardelli (Cardinal Spellman); Brandon Cardelli, Ben Saunders, Ryan Martin and Justin Gouveia (Bishop Stang); Liam Brown (St. Joseph’s Prep).

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