Fall Girls Swimming All-Scholastics and League All-Stars – Boston Herald



Diya Ackerman-Vallala (North Andover) 100 yards breaststroke

Malia Amuan (North Andover) 200 medley yards, 100 freestyle yards

Anna Boemer (reading) 50 meters freestyle, 100 meters butterfly

Tabitha Chen-Fiske (Winchester) diving

Charlotte Kaduson (Winchester) 500 freestyle yards

Alexa Kalish (Brookline) diving

Hannah Lee (Brookline) 100-meter breaststroke

Charlotte Moulston (Andover) 500 freestyle yards

Madelyn Smith (Ursuline) 100 butterfly yards

Trinity Trainor (Framingham) 50 yard freestyle

Hannah Wieczorek (North Andover) 100 backstroke yards, 200 freestyle yards

Maddison McAloon, Alexandra George, Julia Netishen, Julia Paradis (Central Catholic) 200-yard freestyle relay

Hannah Wieczorek, Diya Ackerman-Vallala, Malia Amuan, Alexandra Shea (North Andover) 200-yard medley relay, 200-yard freestyle relay

Freestyle relay by Sophie Juethner, Rachel Tsang, Claudia Huang, Isabela Teixeira (Acton-Boxboro)


The junior won the 100-yard breaststroke title at the Merrimack Valley Conference Championship, then was the North Section champion in the 100-yard breaststroke and 200 IM, then won the Div. 2nd state title in the 100-yard breaststroke. Recipient of the Scarlet Knight Award, Ackerman-Vallala is elected captain for the 2022 season.

MALIA AMUAN, North Andover

The senior star has established a Div. 2 meet record in both the 200-yard IM and the 100-yard free, the latter being a state record. In the north sections, Amuan broke records in the 200-yard free and 100 backstroke. She set school records in the 100-yard freestyle, 100 backstroke, 200 medley yards and two relays. Member of the National Honor Society, Amuan will swim at the University of Michigan.

ANNA BOEMER, reading

The junior won the North Section title in the 50-yard freestyle and placed second in the 100-yard freestyle. At the Div. 2nd state competition, Boemer set a state record in the 100-yard butterfly and nearly broke a second record by winning the 50-yard freestyle. A four-time NICSA All-American and Olympic qualifier in the 100-meter butterfly, Boemer verbally pledged to swim at the University of Michigan.


The senior has remained undefeated this season, winning the Middlesex League, the Northern Section and the Div. 2 state diving title. A two-time NISCA All-American diver, Chen-Fiske has qualified for the United States National Junior Diving Championship 13 times in the 1-meter, 3-meter and platform events. Chen-Fiske is a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society.


A Middlesex League All-Conference performer and two-time All-Star, the senior has won the 500-yard freestyle in both the North Section and the Division. 1 state tournament. Kaduson is also a member of the National Honor Society. She will continue her swimming career at Sacred Heart University.


Kalish went undefeated last season, setting school records in the 6 and 11 dives, Bay State Conference champion Kalish won the diving title in both the southern section and the division. 1 state tournament. A student on the Honor Roll with a GPA of 4.0, Kalish will dive at Dartmouth College.

HANNAH LEE, Brookline

The junior won the 100 breaststroke and was part of the winning 200 medley relay, leading Brookline to a second place finish in the Div. 1 championships. In the southern sections, Lee broke a competition record in the 100 breaststroke. During the offseason, Lee swims as part of Charles River Aquatics.


The captain of the Moulson team was the Merrimack Valley Conference Div. 1 swimmer of the year, scoring the most points in league events. She was the Div. 1 state champion in the 200-yard and 500-yard freestyle events. A student with first class honors, Moulson plans to study environmental science. During the offseason, Moulson swims at Crimson Aquatics


The elder was undefeated in the 100-yard butterfly, winning the southern section and division. 1 state title. Smith was part of a 400-yard freestyle relay team that finished fourth in the Div. 1 states. Six-year-old college artist and former Boston Herald All-Scholastic, Smith is a member of the National Honor Society. Smith will swim at Middlebury College.


Trainor was the southern section and the Div. 1 state champion at 50 yards freestyle. She was also part of a record 200-yard medley and 400-yard freestyle relay team. His efforts helped the Flyers claim a fifth place finish in the Div. 1 championships. Trainor did not choose a college but plans to major in biology.


The second captured the Div. 2 titles 100 yards back and 200 yards freestyle in addition to having competed in a pair of winning relays (200 yards medley, 200 yards freestyle). Wieczorek has trained with Crimson Aquatics and Bradford Swim Club. As a decorated young swimmer, Wieczorek’s long-term goals are to swim in a division. 1 college.



The quartet of senior Julia Paradis, juniors Madison McAloon and Alexandra George and sophomore Julia Netishen took second place in the northern sections and then won the crown in the 200-yard freestyle relay at the Div. . 1 state meeting. McAloon competes in the 50 and 100-meter freestyle, while Netishen swims in the 50-meter freestyle. Paradis was sixth in 100 butterfly yards and 200 medley yards and George competed in 50 yards, 100 yards and 200 free yards.



The quartet of Hannah Wieczorek, Diya Ackerman-Vallala, Malia Amuan, Alexandra Shea captured the Div. 2 state titles at 200 QN and 200 relays. Wieczorek, Ackerman-Vallala and Amaun have all won individual state titles, while Shea will be back for his final year after performing well in the 50-yard freestyle.



Senior foursome Sophie Juethner, Rachel Tsang and Claudia Huang along with rookie Isabela Teixeira won gold in the 400-yard freestyle at the Div. 1 State comes together to help Colonials win the State Tag Team Title. Juethner won the 100-yard free and was second in the 50-yard free. Tsang won a third place in the 100-yard butterfly and a fourth in the 500-yard freestyle in the Div. 1 states. Huang was second in the 100-meter backstroke, while Teixeira already holds the school record in the 100-meter freestyle and 100-meter breaststroke.



(CO-ED): Amelia Barron, Calire Neilly, Maya Flatley (Andover); Craig Fiorino, Gabriel Flores (Billerica); Madison McAloon, Julia Netishen (Central Catholic); Neva Sa, Marissa Aldayaa, Abby Rice (Chelmsford); Cai Simard, Jacqueline Strong, Carly Quinlin, Kanzie Hillsgrove (Haverhill); Carter Delano, Caleb Canavan, Lex Flores, Corey Boiselle (Methuen / Tewksbury); Hannah Wieczorek, Diya Ackerman Vallala (North of Andover)

swimmer of the year: Charlotte Moulson, Melia Amuan


ANY CONFERENCE: Ella Barker, Soline Fisher, Emma Gregory, Kathinka Hartvedt, Alexis Kim, Isabelle Houseman, Sylvie Racicot (Arlington / Watertown); Maddy Morawski, Alique Stepanian (Belmont); Anna Boemer (reading); Kaitlin Patt, Audrey Cook (Wakefield); Vivian Brooks, Tabitha Chen-Fiske, Charlotte Kaduson, Emma Kawai, Elle Michaud (Winchester)


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