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4 from Arlington among Minuteman soccer all-stars

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 The Minuteman Revolution girls’ soccer season has ended after making it to the state tournament, but not before four players were named all-stars by the Commonwealth Athletic Conference (CAC): Zoe Callahan, senior; Eleanor Silvadurso, senior; Alice Dalton, junior; and Annie Brosnan, junior, who are all from Arlington.

The CAC also named Diane Dempsey, the Minuteman High School girls' soccer coach, the division’s Girls Soccer Coach of the Year.

Minuteman Revolution soccer tea, 2021Photo by Reba Saldanha/Minuteman High School

 Shown at right are, back row, from left: Anna McCarthy, sophomore, from Lancaster; Sabina Doyle, sophomore, Arlington; Callahan; Dalton; Brosnan; and Silvadurso. 

Front row, from left: Kaytaki Pathak, freshman, from Arlington; Karen Ssubbi, sophomore, Acton; Megan Sweeney, sophomore, Arlington; Zoya Estabrook, freshman, Acton; and Marwa Alwaz, senior, Watertown. 

Minuteman is an award-winning regional career and technical high school and continuing education institution that integrates robust academic and technical learning. As an accredited member of the New England Association of Schools & Colleges, Minuteman challenges all students to aspire to their full potential, accelerate their learning, and achieve success in the 21st-century global community.

In a new state-of-the-art facility, Minuteman’s member towns are Acton, Arlington Bolton, Concord, Dover, Lancaster, Lexington, Needham, and Stow.

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This news announcement was published Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021.

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