All-Lowcountry spring teams

James Island High senior Makyla Stanley are Athlete of the Year for 2015 Tuesday June 2, 2015. Grace Beahm/Staff

All-Lowcountry spring sports teams.

Player of the year: Owen Ravenel, Wando

The senior helped Wando to its first state title in baseball, going 6-0 with a 1.22 ERA as a pitcher and batting .370 with two homers and 19 runs batted-in at the plate.

First Team: Owen Ravenel, Wando (sr. P/3B); Josh Church, Ashley Ridge (so., RHP); Jeff Gottesman, Wando (sr., RHP); Noah LoCascio, Wando (sr, C); Charlie Fessler, Summerville (sr., 1B); T.J. Hopkins, Summerville (sr., OF); Joe Glauser, Berkeley (sr., LHP); Patrick Finklestein, James Island (sr., LHP); Kris Kuhn, Pinewood Prep (jr., RHP); Eddie Hiott, Stratford (sr., LHP); Jackson White, James Island (so., RHP); Bradley Meckley, Hanahan (sr, SS); Jeffrey Brown, Bishop England (jr, OF).

Honorable Mention: Dillon Salisbury, SS, Berkeley; Hunter Grover, OF, Ashley Ridge; Matt Powell, OF, Summerville; Sawyer Bridges, RHP, Summerville; Brock Tobin, SS, Summerville; Cam Rozal, C, Cane Bay; Brandon Caddell, LHP, Hanahan; Ryan Troutman, RHP, Woodland; Ryan McManus, OF, Bishop England; Harrison Smith, RHP, Wando; Hogan Kelly, SS, Wando; Oliver Hill, 2B, Wando; Josh Winningham, LHP, Berkeley; Chase Ganey, IF, Berkeley; Malcolm Van Buren, RHP, Hanahan; Garrett Jarrell, OF, Northwood; Bo Harrell, RHP, Porter-Gaud; Stokes Brownlee, C, Dorchester Academy; Harrison Frickman, C, Porter-Gaud; Will Lloyd, C, Northwood Academy; Justin Carter, RHP, Pinewood Prep; Bo Owens, OF, James Island; Tanner Coleman, LHP, Cane Bay; Ryan McDonald, 1B, West Ashley; Connor Wohnig, SS, West Ashley; Jordan Merritt, P/INF, West Ashley; Bryce Jonason, P, Goose Creek; Jamison Mobbs, P/OF, Stratford; Anthony Vincelli, P, West Ashley; John Thelan, OF, James Island; Zach Owens, INF, Goose Creek; Drew Yniesta, Fort Dorchester; Gary Grear, Fort Dorchester; Garret Blakeley, Fort Dorchester; Chase Short, Colleton County; Hunter Grove, Ashley Ridge; Aaron Miller, Ashley Ridge.

Coach of the year: Dirk Thomas, Wando

Player of the year: Summer Jenkins, Summerville

The junior was 30-5 as a pitcher this season, and batted .336 with three homers and 24 runs batted-in. She led the Green Wave to the state finals and is committed to play at College of Charleston.

First Team: Summer Jenkins, Summerville (jr, P); Katelyn Powell, Northwood Academy (jr., SS); Nichole Linthicum, Stratford (jr., P); Mackenzie Dyson, Hanahan (so., P); Sarah Windham, Summerville, (sr, SS); Virginia Moore, Wando (sr., OF); Jessica Stanley, Berkeley (so, INF); Lexi Thompson, West Ashley (sr., INF); Taylor Belfiore, Summerville (jr., C); Hunter Wauhop, Hanahan (sr., INF); Canyon Crosby, Colleton County (sr., P); Colleen Lambert, Timberland (sr., OF).

Honorable Mention: Victoria Brewington, Colleton County; Kayla Bannister, Wando; Tanya Whetsell, Cross; Cardeja Ferguson, Cross; Hannah Haskell, First Baptist; Christiana Mitchum, St. John’s Christian; McKala Rhodes, First Baptist; Aschlyn Hutto, Cane Bay; Katie Berrigan, Goose Creek; Logan Nelson, James Island; Alyssa Heinrich, Wando; Emily Harmon, Stratford; Jordan Prince, Stratford; Katie Painter, West Ashley; Kendall Zeski, Ashley Ridge; Valerie Frank, Ashley Ridge; Gabby Pinillos, Bishop England; Sophie Berg, Bishop England; Ashley Meckley, Hanahan; Blake Ponder, Berkeley; Amber Watson, Wando; Emily Harmon, Stratford; Jordan Prince, Stratford; Ashley Jones, West Ashley; Abby Lee, Cane Bay; Kalie Berrigan, Goose Creek; Eternal Fuller, Goose Creek; Olivia Petrucci, James Island; Logan Nelson, James Island; Kendall Zeski, Ashley Ridge; Lauren DeWill, Colleton County; Anna Gluhosky, Summerville; Brittany Olean, Summerville; Calie Shirey, Fort Dorchester; Gabby Lawrence, Fort Dorchester.

Coach of the year: Heather Tucker, Summerville.

Player of the year: Colton Frankel, Academic Magnet

The senior midfielder led the Raptors to a second straight Class AA state soccer title, scoring 11 goals with 10 assists. He was the team MVP and will play in the Clash of the Carolinas all-star game. He plans to study physics at Virginia Tech.

First Team: Colton Frankel, Academic Magnet (sr., M); Cooper Nugent, Academic Magnet (jr., M); Joel Bunting, Bishop England (jr., F); Roman Brockman, James Island Charter (sr., M); Joshua Masten, Wando (sr., D); Jon Milligan, Wando (sr., GK); Tyler Tekac, Stratford (sr. F); Tucker Heffron, Wando (sr. M); Nick Nybo, Academic Magnet (sr., M); Gettys Moore, Porter-Gaud (jr., GK); Harris Krogh, Porter-Gaud (jr., D); Cameron Ward, Porter-Gaud (jr, D).

Honorable Mention: Tim Redic, Charleston Charter; Sammy Friedrich, Bishop England; Shawn Hekker, Bishop England; Daniel Lowell, Academic Magnet; Dylan Robinson, Academic Magnet; Sam Ross, Wando; Nick Wright, Wando; Reece Moore, Academic Magnet; Jeffrey Owens, Wando; Zach Reineke, Academic Magnet; Ramon Medina, Wando; Brad Franklin, James Island; Yasir Al-Kameshki, James Island; Dylan West, Stratford; Kyle Ashbaugh, Stratford; Julio Islas, West Ashley; Richard Williams, West Ashley; Cade Burgman, West Ashley; Omar Miramontes, Goose Creek; Jester Ascunion, Goose Creek; Rudolpho Herrera, Cane Bay; Keegan Patterson, Cane Bay; Alex Herron, Fort Dorchester; Christian Wilkerson, Fort Dorchester; Koh Matsumoto, Fort Dorchester; Matt Loehrke, Ashley Ridge; Jake Kreider, Ashley Ridge; Jackson Wells, Ashley Ridge; Ryan Brislin, Summerville; Cole Betcher, Summerville; Edward DeLonge, Summerville; Shelton Reynolds, Colleton County.

Coach of the year: Jason Hamil, Academic Magnet.

Player of the year: Jesse Dooley, Academic Magnet.

The senior forward led Academic Magnet to a third straight Class AA state championship, scoring 31 goals. She had 100 goals in her career and will play college soccer at UNC Asheville.

First Team: Jesse Dooley, Academic Magnet (sr., F); Raymara Barreto, Wando (sr., D); Maddy Carens, Academic Magnet (jr, M); Amelia Clower, Ashley Ridge (sr., F); Chris Sacha, Academic Magnet (sr., GK); Charlotte Ring, Pinewood Prep (sr., F); Katie Leen, Wando (sr., M); Becca Bosch, Academic Magnet (sr., M); Caitlyn Reilly, Fort Dorchester (jr., M); Erin Moriarty, Bishop England (sr., F); Logan Leask, Bishop England (jr., GK).

Honorable Mention: Natalie Drouillard, Bishop England; Marin Miller, Academic Magnet; Heather Blaszak, Stratford; Cassidy Govan, Ashley Ridge; Mary Shirley, West Ashley; Caroline Smith, Academic Magnet; Ellen Hayes, Wando; Hannah Betfort, Wando; Lawton Stalvey, James Island; Maddie Chamness, James Island; Sophie Sherman, James Island; Carson Carroll, West Ashley; Remi Olalare, West Ashley; Nikkie Koenig, Stratford; Anna Litchfield, Stratford; Madelyn Murray, Cane Bay; Maggie Krueger, Cane Bay; Brenna Crenshaw, Goose Creek; Madeline Ellison, Goose Creek; Kaelen Harper, Fort Dorchester; Sarah Studely, Fort Dorchester; Ayberk Kaya, Fort Dorchester; Madie Reeves, Summerville; Cyarah Wilson, Summerville; Morgan Vega, Summerville; Maddy Reed, Ashley Ridge; Allyn Wiggins, Colleton County; Samantha Calicutt, Colleton County.

Coach of the year: Anna Merriman, Academic Magnet.

Player of the year: Andrew Phelan, Wando

Phelan, a senior attacker, had 48 goals and 43 assists this season to lead Wando to a state championship. He will play lacrosse at Division III Roanoke College.

First Team: Andrew Phelan, attack, Wando; Thomas Gribben, attack, Wando; Kole Burke, attack, Porter-Gaud; Andrew Pizzo, attack, Bishop England; Riley Seay, midfield, Wando; Nate Schlosser, midfield, Academic Magnet; Jack Davies, midfield, Wando; Zach Swalhah, defense, Porter-Gaud; Gavin Howley, defense, Wando; Connor Simons, goalie, Wando.

Honorable Mention: Michael Gaffney, Bishop England; Connor Malark, Bishop England; Andrew Alberg, Academic Magnet; Jacob Hand, Bishop England; Justin Lively, Bishop England; Reid Kaplan, Porter-Gaud; Hayes Fair, Porter-Gaud; Joe Stoppelbein, Porter-Gaud; Sam Weis, Wando; Chris Schulz, Academic Magnet; Billy Dennis, Wando; Bryan Cole, Wando; Samuel Miller, Porter-Gaud; Dawes Caldwell, Porter-Gaud; Mikell Hay, Porter-Gaud.

Coach of the year: Lance Renes, Wando.

Player of the year: Jordan Mitchell, Bishop England

A senior attacker, Mitchell led the state with 82 goals and 124 points this season, helping the Bishops to a 17-3 record, including two wins over rival Wando, and a berth in the state championship game.

First team: Jordan Mitchell, attack, Bishop England; Taylor Kennington, attack, Bishop England; Skylar Horner, attack, Wando; Casey Costello, midfield, Wando; Isabel Burnett, midfield, Wando; Carolyn Roberts, midfield, Bishop England; Aiden Lillie, defense, Wando; Elle Petyak, defense, Bishop England; Rachel Banton, defense, Bishop England; Erica Hoskins, goalie, Academic Magnet.

Honorable Mention: Emma Pizzo, Bishop England; Maggie-Rose Connell, Wando; Morgan Mitchell, Wando; Carolyn Prickett, Academic Magnet; Isabel Petyak, Bishop England; Elizabeth Gerhart, Wando; Rachel Banton, Bishop England; Eileen Stribling, Wando.

Coach of the year: Jeff Weiner, Bishop England.

Player of the year: Jamie Wilson, Bishop England

The junior fired a 69-79--148 to lead Bishop England to a third straight Class AA state title, and also claimed individual medalist honors for the second year in a row. He’s committed to play college golf at South Carolina.

First Team: Koh Matsumoto, Fort Dorchester (74-68—142 in state tourney); Christian Woods, Summerville (69-80—149); Jamie Wilson, Bishop England (69-79—148); Chris Demarco, Palmetto Christian (73-76—149); Ethan Willis, Palmetto Christian (72-68—140); Kent Lawrence, Porter-Gaud (76-71-147).

Honorable Mention: Zak Butt, Ashley Ridge; Wil Sheppard, Bishop England; B.J. Grevey, Bishop England; Annika Bovender, Academic Magnet; J.R. Stark, Pinewood Prep; Jack Friedman, Porter-Gaud; Wilson Yearout, Bishop England; Ben Burton, Bishop England; Parker Free, Berkeley; Dane Henderson, Fort Dorchester; Andrew Purcell, Summerville; Max Kastenholz, Fort Dorchester; Culler Bennett, First Baptist.

Coach of the year: John Greavu, Bishop England.

Based on state tournament results.

Player of the year: Jared Pratt, Bishop England

Less than two years after undergoing surgery to correct the curved-spine condition Scoliosis, Pratt suffered only one loss as a freshman in his first year of high school competition. He led the Bishops to their first boys tennis state tennis championship since 1997.

First Team: Jared Pratt, Bishop England; Brant Fenno, Porter-Gaud; Cross Tolliver, Porter-Gaud; Scotty Cameron, Wando; Andrew DaCosta, Wando; Junior Duarte, West Ashley.

Honorable Mention: Bishop England — Jeff Jones, Lleyton Dacuba, Daniel Knott, Brian Privett, Will Ransom, Peyton Warren. Porter-Gaud — Malone Vingi, Manning Snyder, Jack Kammerer, Connor Craigie. Wando — Robert DaCosta, Vinod Pandey, Parker Lopresti. Academic Magnet — Michael Pi, Ardy Bahadori, Brandon Kassouf. Hanahan — Karim Hyatt, Mark Jones, Nick Briggs. James Island — Brendan Healey, Hunter Sechrist, Ethan Bridges. Ashley Ridge — Harrison Parvey, Zach Rabon. Berkeley — Samuel Giannelli, James Giannelli. Cane Bay — Alex Ambie, Michael Buttery. Colleton County — Kenny Johnson, Thomas Warren. Fort Dorchester — Tommy McManus, Austin Stahl. Pinewood Prep — Avery Holoubek, Ben Diffley. Stratford — Dylan Sides, Griffin Wong. Summerville — Walker Long, Jack Hazel. West Ashley — Ted Anastopoulo, Stratas Anastopoulo. Goose Creek — Nicholas Leatherwood. Palmetto Christian — Luke Prendergast.

Coaches of the Year: Kristin Fleming, Bishop England; Jonathan Barth, Porter-Gaud.

Player of the year: Samuel Denmark, Hanahan

A two-sport standout at Hanahan, Denmark won the 100 and 200 meters in the Class AAA state track meet to lead the Hawks to a second straight state title. The junior also ran on the Hawks’ relay teams and has committed to play football as a receiver at Virginia Tech.

First team

100 meters: Darrell Singleton, West Ashley, 10.61.

200: Samuel Denmark, Hanahan, 21.58;

400: Deandre Daniels, Goose Creek, 47.92

800: Zach Davis, Wando, 1:57.21

1,600: Hayden DiBona, Academic Magnet, 4:35.57.

3,200: Jackson Ellenburg, Ashley Ridge, 9:36.17

110 hurdles: Keishuan Limehouse, Berkeley, 14.43

400 hurdles: K.J. Givens, Stratford, 53.82;

High Jump: Omega Smalls, Garrett, 6-8;

Pole Vault: Gauge Wood, Wando, 14-6

Long Jump: Josiah Johnson, Fort Dorchester, 23-0.75

Tripe Jump: 3. Timothy Davis, Goose Creek, 47-1

Shot Put: Zack Bailey, Summerville, 56-9.5;

Discus: T.J. Deveaux, Stratford, 171-11.

Honorable Mention: Dominique Green, Hanahan; Quincy Mitchell, Hanahan; Tre Smalls, Hanahan; Greg Casselman, Hanahan; Braylon Wilkerson, Summerville; K.J. Givens, Stratford; Evan Bailey, Wando; Bailey Hart, Wando; Kenneth Mack, Woodland; Chris George, Lincoln; Aran Green, Woodland; Rache McMillan, Goose Creek; Dante Smith, Porter-Gaud; Carson Marr, Porter-Gaud; Keegan Ulber, Porter-Gaud; Austin McCray, Pinewood Prep; Travis Barnett, Porter-Gaud; Jacob Salley, Porter-Gaud.

Coach of the year: David Pratt, Hanahan.

Based on performances at state track meet.

Player of the year: Makyla Stanley, James Island

Stanley, a senior bound for South Carolina, won two gold medals and a silver at the Class AAAA state track meet. Stanley won the long jump and triple jump, and was second in the 100 meters.

First Team

100 meters: Makyla Stanley, James Island, 11.88.

200: Zeniyah Lawrence, Wando, 24.41

400: Adele Blalock, Bishop England, 58.36.

800: Lily Heinold, Wando, 2:21.78

1,600: Rosa Marie Compton, Wando, 5;09.28

3,200: Rosa Marie Compton, Wando; 11:16.37.

100 hurdles: Destiny McKnight, Goose Creek, 15.00

400 hurdles: Imagine Patterson, Summerville, 1:00.91

High Jump: Jordan Hollingsworth, Porter-Gaud, 5-4

Pole Vault: Hailey Sweatman, James Island, 12-8

Long Jump: Makyla Stanley, James Island, 19-8.5

Triple Jump: Victoria Wamer, Woodland, 39-1.

Shot Put: Aailiyah Deveaux, Stratford, 41-0.5

Discus: Tedreauuna Britt, Woodland, 120-08.

Honorable Mention: Jonnay Anthony, Berkeley; Madison Salam, Summerville; Samaria Mazyck, Cane Bay; Taylor Arent, Wando; Kendall Mercer, Wando; Emma Lawrence, Bishop England; Kristin Fairey, Academic Magnet; Kayla Wright, St. John’s; Kalesia Allen, Woodland; Megan Koble, Academic Magnet; Sara Dixson, Summerville; Garis Grant, Porter-Gaud; Aliyah Simmons, Ashley Hall; Morgan Lee, Ashley Hall; Audrey Hamilton, Ashley Hall.

Coach of the year: David Lee, James Island.

Based on performances at state track meet.