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Coach of the Decade


Coach of the Decade

Congratulations to Casey Grange '03 on being named Coach of the Decade by the Boston Herald as part of their All-Decade Girls Soccer Team.

Coach Grange, who also serves as the Girls Varsity Basketball Coach, has led the Girls Varsity Soccer Team to two Division 1 State Titles.

From the Boston Herald, Just for kicks: All-Decade girls soccer team

COACH OF THE DECADE

Casey Grange, Central Catholic

Of the four EMass coaches who won multiple state titles in the decade, Grange was the only one to do it with two entirely different groups and the only one to do it in Division 1, winning a crown in her debut season in 2010 and running the table for a second championship in 2016. Her teams are 152-27-19 in her 10 years, posting unbeaten regular seasons in five of them and qualifying for the tournament in each. Grange, a former star athlete for the Raiders herself, also has a pair of sectional titles in her five years as girls basketball coach.

Coach Grange was joined on the All-Decade Team by one of her former players, Elayna Grillakis '18...

Elayna Grillakis '18 kicks the soccer ball

 

Elayna Grillakis,

Central Catholic (2014-17)

The catalyst on the 2016 Division 1 champions, the only perfect team of the decade, she had 91 goals and 72 assists in her career, which included three Herald All-Scholastic selections, two All-NE teams and All-American status in 2017.

Where are they now: Grillakis enters her junior year at Providence having made 23 starts over her first two seasons, finishing second on the team last fall with five goals.

 

Elayna is Central Catholic's All-Time Leading Scorer.

 

 

Casey Grange '03, Central Catholic Hall of Famer

In 2012, Coach Grange was inducted into Central Catholic’s Athletic Hall of Fame for her accomplishments as a student-athlete.

Coach Casey Grange '03 celebrates a state title

Coach Grange celebrates the 2016 State Championship

Athletic Hall of Fame, Class of 2012 

Casey B. Grange '03
Soccer, Basketball, Outdoor Track & Field, Softball

From 2012 Hall of Fame Program: Casey was an extremely talented three-sport athlete at Central Catholic, participating in soccer, basketball, outdoor track (FR/SO) and softball (JR/SR.)  Excelling and respected in each sport, Casey was a captain of all three sports her senior year.  She was a four-year varsity soccer player.  Sophomore, junior, and senior years she was named an Eagle-Tribune All-Star and an MVC All-Conference Player.  Casey was named to the Eastern MA All-Star Team her senior year and helped CCHS win two MVC titles in her four years of varsity play.  Also in her senior year, Casey was an MVC All-Conference and Coaches Award recipient for basketball, and an MVC All-Star softball player.  Casey’s brilliant high school career was recognized by receiving the Mary Kilcoyne Outstanding Female Athlete award at graduation.  Casey earned a scholarship to Bryant University, where she became the first Bryant women’s soccer player to be named an All-American, and she was named to the All-Northeast 10 First Team as a senior.  Casey works at the Guilmette School in Lawrence as a physical education teacher.  She is also the Varsity Girls Soccer Coach at Central Catholic where she led the team to the program’s first ever state title in 2010.  Casey is also the Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball Coach at Central Catholic, where she helped coach the team to their first state title in 2009. 

Congratulations to Coach Grange for this well-deserved honor, on her significant accomplishments as a coach, and for the positive impact she's had on Central Catholic and her student-athletes!

Coach Casey Grange '03 in the huddle with her basketball team


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