The Providence Journal released the 2018 All-State Spring Independent Team, and Portsmouth Abbey School dominated the list with seven nominations.
Logan Kreinz '18, Boys' Lacrosse
Kreinz, the Evergreen League's football MVP in the fall, led the Ravens to a 13-2 record as he scored 40 goals and added 25 assists. He earned All-League and U.S. Lacrosse Association All-American honors. He will play at Marquette next year.
Ted Anderson '18, Boys' Lacrosse
The three-sport standout helped the Ravens to a 13-2 record with his outstanding defense. The Williams College-bound Anderson earned All-League and U.S. Lacrosse Association All-American honors.
Nick Vallone '18, Baseball
Vallone led the Ravens to their first EIL championship as a pitcher and outfielder. He earned his second All-League honor as he posted a 7-1 record with a 1.18 ERA. He hit .364 and led the team in hits (20), doubles (6) and a .545 slugging percentage.
Jane Jannotta '18, Girls' Lacrosse
Jannotta was named the EIL Most Valuable Player after a season in which the midfielder scored 65 goals and had 17 assists. She was the EIL's leader in draws with 104.
Tyler White '18, Softball
The EIL Most Valuable Player, White led the Ravens to their second consecutive championship. The Sixth Form pitcher appeared in every game while leading the Ravens to a 10-3 record. She posted a 1.70 ERA and struck out 159. The Boston Herald Prep Softball Player of the Year, she finished her high school career with a 44-12 record. She will play at American University next year.
Margot Appleton '20, Track
The EIL 800 and 1,500 meter champion, Appleton was also the runner-up in both events at the New England Division III Championships. She also earned EIL first-team All-Conference honors.
Dan Rodden '18, Track
Rodden finished his high school career with second-place finishes in the 800 and 1,500 meters at the Division III New England Championships. He won both events at the EIL Championships.