EPHS athletes earn fall sports accolades

Posted 12/9/19

EAST PROVIDENCE — The coaches associations in their respective sports recently announced awards for the just completed 2019 seasons, including several honorees from East Providence High School. The …

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EPHS athletes earn fall sports accolades

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EAST PROVIDENCE — The coaches associations in their respective sports recently announced awards for the just completed 2019 seasons, including several honorees from East Providence High School. The following is a compilation of Townies having received notice to date:

Girls’ Soccer — Alyssa DeOliveira, third team All-State, first team All-Division II; Mia Jackson, first team All-Division II; Lily Budnick, first team All-Division II; Ashley Cassino-Henriquez, second team All-Division II; Savannah Feola, second team All-Division II; Olivia Williams, second team All-Division II; Briana Lopes, third team All-Division II; Hailee Mantiega, third team All-Division II; Isabella Monteiro, Sportsmanship Award Division II; Aaliyah Pattie, All-Academic Division II

Girls’ Volleyball — Paige Messier, first team All-Division I

Boys’ Soccer — Colin Capelo, first team All-Division I; Ryan Moniz, second team All-Division I; Andrew Mongeon, third team All-Division I; Aidan Schwab, All-Academic Division I

Football — Juan Diaz, first team All-Division I; Kaleb Almeida, first team All-Division I; Justin Pena, second team All-Division I; Carew Gomes, second team All-Division I; Rickey Maciel, second team All-Division I; Adam Martins, third team All-Division I; Evan Soares, third team All-Division I; Providence Gridiron Club MVP Awards: Kaleb Almeida, defense; Carew Gomes, offense

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