19 Watertown Athletes from 8 Sports Named Middlesex All-Stars

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Watertown senior Molly Driscoll Molly was named the Middlesex League Field Hockey MVP, along with being an All-Star in 2023. Here she celebrates scoring against St. Mary’s State Tournament. (Photo by Charlie Breitrose)

Watertown High School had 19 athletes from eight sports named Middlesex League All-Stars during the Fall 2023 sports season.

The Watertown field hockey team, which won its third straight state championship, led the way for the Raiders with seven All-Stars. Co-captain Molly Driscoll was named Middlesex League MVP, while Aislin Devaney and Rachel Egan picked up All-Conference nods. Adrianna Williams, Regan Driscoll, Katelyn O’Connor, and Caroline Andrade were named All-Stars.

Other honors garnered by members of the Raiders field hockey squad include: First Team NFHCA All-Region team – Molly Driscoll and Rachel Egan, played in the Best of 60 Senior Game — Molly Driscoll and Aislin Devaney, and named to the U-16 Women’s National Team — Regan Driscoll.

Five Raiders soccer players received All-Star honors, two girls and three boys: Lily Lambo, Elsa Ryan, Cyrus Kiani, Roy Nicolas, and Michael Jokic.

In football, Asa Logan and Anthony Shorter made the Middlesex All-Stars.

Two Raider golfers also took home All-Star honors: James Erickson and Connor Jones.

Three other Raiders standouts earned All-Star recognitions in their sport: Chloe Johnson (volleyball), Anna Longergan (cross country), and Shannon Gilman (cheerleading).

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