Watertown’s Kennedy Named Field Hockey Player of the Year, 2 Others All-Scholastic

The Boston Globe named Watertown’s Kourtney Kennedy the Div. 2 field hockey player of the year. 

The junior has scored 69 goals and added 66 assists in her career, and helped the Raiders capture their seventh-straight State Championship and set the national record for consecutive games unbeaten (now 160). She has already committed to play field hockey at UConn. The Globe also named senior Ally McCall to their All-Scholastics list. The University of Vermont-bound player ended her career with 29 goals and 21 assists.

5 Watertown Athletes Make Herald’s All-Scholastic Teams

The Boston Herald named five Watertown High School athletes to its All-Scholastic teams in football, field hockey and soccer. Raiders’ quarterback Nick Giordano made the Herald’s football All-Scholastic team, named Sunday. He helped lead Watertown to its first Middlesex League title since 1983 and a 9-2 record, including a second straight playoff birth and a win over Belmont. Giordano threw for 1,110 yards and 11 touchdowns, and ran for 850 yards and eight TDs, according to the Herald. In his Watertown career he had more than 3,500 yards of offense and 41 touchdowns.

See Which Watertown Athletes Made the Globe’s All-Stars

Watertown had a successful fall season, and four athletes were honored for their play by the Boston Globe. Boy’s soccer player Rafael DeSouza earned the Div. 3 player of the year from the Boston Globe. In his senior year, DeSouza scored 11 goals and added 12 assists, grabbed the Middlesex MVP award and was named All-New England by the EMSCA. He scored 36 goals and had 26 assists in his career and is a two-time EMass All-Star, according to the Globe.