J.D. Martinez and Rafael Devers each hit grand slams in the first and second inning, respectively, making playoff history and building a lead that was more than enough for Nate Eovaldi.
Borguet ran for 169 yards on 22 carries and scored twice as Harvard (5-0) beat Lafayette, 30-3, Saturday at Harvard Stadium.
The move could help clear the way for Jabari Parker, whose deal for next season is non-guaranteed, to make the team.
Sherborn each were honored for the first time; other winners were Franklin, Hingham, Latin Academy, St. John's Prep, Notre Dame (Hingham), Bishop Feehan and Diman.
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