Boys' hockey

Athletes of the Year

Derek Colucci

Division 1: Catholic Memorial, Senior, Forward
Colucci makes his second appearance on the All-Scholastic team after leading CM to back-to-back Super 8 finals, including the title in 2009. He was the Catholic Conference co-MVP. In his free time he plays Wiffle ball.

Conor Coveney

Division 1: Hingham, Senior, Defense
The anchor of the Super 8 champions defense, Coveney ran the dominant Hingham power play with lasers from the point all season. He racked up 33 points, one of the highest totals by a defenseman in the state. He will head to prep school in the fall.

Cam Gaudet

Division 1: Austin Prep, Senior, Defense
Gaudet began his career at forward, but flourished when moved to defense. He earned Catholic Central MVP honors as the Cougars advanced to the Super 8 semifinals. Gaudet also plays baseball and plans to attend prep school in the fall.

Sam Kane

Division 1: Needham, Senior, Forward
Kane was one of the few players in the state to top the 50-point plateau and he added two goals and two assists in three Super 8 games. He is a two-time All-Scholastic and was the Bay State Conference MVP. He will attend prep school.

Brendan Leahy

Division 1: Austin Prep, Junior, Goalie
Leahy helped Austin Prep make it back to the Super 8 thanks to some stellar play in net. The Catholic Central all-star had eight shutouts, including two in the Super 8, and had a 1.10 goals-against average. Leahy is also a CCL all-star in tennis.

Mike Seward

Division 1: Winchester, Senior, Forward
Seward makes his second appearance on the All-Scholastic team after repeating as the Middlesex MVP. He helped the Sachems win the league and get to the Super 8 for the second straight year by scoring 25 goals and adding 25 assists. He's Winchester's second all-time leading scorer.

Mike Vecchione

Division 1: Malden Catholic, Senior, Forward
University of New Hamsphire-bound Vecchione led all scorers in the Catholic Conference with 56 points on the way to earning conference co-MVP honors. Vecchione was deadly in the Super 8, getting six points in the four games.


Tim Driscoll

Hingham, Junior, Forward
Driscoll led the state champs this season with 60 points and a plus-52 rating. He also scored the lone goal in the Super 8 title game. Driscoll plays lacrosse as well, and with a year to go, is hoping to continue his hockey career in college.

Kevin Hayes

Nobles, Junior, Center
The 6-3, 205-pound center was an imposing figure on the ice for Nobles. This winter he scored 25 goals and added 44 assists as Nobles advanced to the semifinals of the NEPSAC Division 1 tournament. He also plays baseball and plans on continuing his hockey career at Boston College.

Jamie Murray

Scituate, Senior, Goalie
Murray backstopped Scituate to a 23-4 record and an EMass Division 3 championship. He's a two-time Patriot League all-star and team captain. Posting a stellar 1.29 GAA and a .945 save percentage, Murray plans to play Junior hockey next year. He's also a member of the National Honor Society.

Brian Ouellette

Arlington Catholic, Junior, Defense
Ouellette was the leader of a sturdy AC defense that allowed only 40 goals in 26 games, including a shutout of Archbishop Williams in the Division 1 state final. He is on the honor roll and a candidate for the National Honor Society.

Kevin Rooney

Canton, Junior, Forward
The Hockomock League MVP made his mark as a junior, leading the Bulldogs to the Division 2 state title. Rooney lit up the scoring charts with 52 points, including four goals and six assists in four state tournament games. He hopes to play college hockey.

Zack Rosa

Wilmington, Senior, Goalie
Rosa had one of the best high school careers between the pipes in state history, posting 13 shutouts and a career goals-against average under 1.10. This season he allowed only 19 goals in 23 games, the fewest in the state. He is also a member of Wilmington's lacrosse team.

Garrett Sider

St. George's, Senior
Sider garnered Eberhart MVP honors with his league-leading 71 points. He led St. George's (11-1) to a New England playoff berth, and was named to the all-ISL team for the second consecutive year. Next season the senior will take to the ice for Tufts.

Troy Starrett

Catholic Memorial, Senior, Forward
Playing on Catholic Memorial's top line, the senior captain and Catholic Conference All-Star had a productive year, scoring 10 goals and adding 14 assists. Led by Starrett and fellow All-Scholastic Derek Colucci, CM made its second straight appearance in the Super 8 finals.

George Tedford

Waltham, Senior, Goalie
Tedford had a mindblowing 1.00 GAA and had a school-record eight shutouts this season. He was named the DCL/MVC Division 1 Player of the Year, and made the all-conference team for the second consecutive year. He will play Junior hockey next season.

Mike Van Siclen

Concord-Carlisle, Junior, Forward
Van Siclen won his second DCL all-conference award this season and was named MVC/DCL Division 3 Player of the Year. He had 35 points on the campaign and was named team MVP as C-C finished the regular season undefeated. He also plays lacrosse for the Patriots.

Chris Weilandt

Ashland, Senior, Forward
Weilandt topped 50 points for the Clockers this season, earning his fourth TVL all-star selection, and this season's TVL MVP award. He scored 100 goals in his career (30 this season) and finished with 185 career points. He's also a two-time TVL all-star in golf.

coach of the year

Mike Breen

Breen led the Sailors to their sixth straight South Sectional final and third EMass title in four years. He had a brief career in professional hockey and has been the head man at Scituate for 10 years.

Tony Messina

Messina, who was a Globe All-Scholastic pick in 1980 as a forward for Hingham, led the Harbormen to a Super 8 title this year in his second season as head coach. He is no stranger behind the bench, having been an assistant for 24 years.

Dan Shine

Arlington Catholic
Shine led AC to its second straight Division 1 state final, but this time with a much better result, a 5-0 victory. This was Shine's third state title in 31 years of coaching, and his first at Division 1.

Brian Shuman

Shuman led the Bulldogs to a 19-3-2 record and the Division 2 State title, the first in the program's history. Shuman graduated from CM in 1998, winning the Super 8 that year. When he's not behind the bench Shuman enjoys golfing and being a dad.


Atlantic Coast
Dennis-Yarmouth: Matt O'Connor, Christian Saunders. Falmouth: Kyle Boudrot, Greg Kerr, Pat Kerr, Sean Williamson. Marshfield: Ryan Connors, Pat Cull, Pat Lema, Chad McLean. Nauset: Logan Brown, Greg Lynch, Dean Niezgoda, Troy Niezgoda. Plymouth North: Dan Ahlstedt. Plymouth South: Tommy Colbert, Stefan Gustafson, Steve Whyte. Sandwich: Craig Brubaker, Pat Farrington, Tom Flynn, Luke McCombs.

Bay State Conference
Braintree: Tim Harrington, Shawn Kenney. Dedham: John Kotkowski, Danny Riley. Framingham: Tyler Byrne, Cam Chassie. Milton: Aaron Deutsch, Sean Dougherty, Joe Indelicato, Jonathan Mcleczko, Pat McNally. Natick: Mike Heyde. Needham: Tom Coleman, Chris Joyce, Sam Kane, Paul Sharpe. Newton North: T.J. Ryan. Norwood: Sean Keady. Wellesley: Will Goss, Zach Herbert-Burns, Reid Kapinos. Weymouth: Tyler Piacentini.

Big Three
Brockton: Jake Franz, Rob Hall, Pat Mahoney, Chris Mills, Chris Samaras, Mike Spano, Ryan Sullivan. Durfee: Ryan Alves, Bobby Carroll, Jared Robinson, Adam Silva. New Bedford: Brandon Medieros, Alexis Miranda, Alex Pelicas, Josh Rebello.

Boston City
East Boston: Carlos Chevez, Paula Leuci. Latin Academy: Brendon Kerrigan, Teddy Meagher. Snowden: Vu Dihn, Kevin Hy. West Roxbury: Alex Comacho, Richard Wilson.

Cape Ann
Amesbury: Zach Pizzo. Lynnfield: Craig Cataldo, Andrew Garbino, Peter Nutile. Masconomet: Pat Crosby, Ryan Dooley. Newburyport: Bill Boudreau, Derek Freeman, Sean Hickman, Kyle McElroy, Cam Roy. North Andover: Jack Hyman, Brien O'Connor. North Reading: Kyle Anderson, Mark Moran. Pentucket: Alex Connelly, John Gavin, Matt McCarthy, Andrew Mueskes. Wilmington: Dan Cushing, Liam Gately, Jeff Harris, Bryana Hurley, Jared Ravagni, Zack Rosa.

Catholic Central
Archbishop Williams: James Boyle, Mike Boyle, Jim Perron. Arlington Catholic: John Needham, Brian Ouellette, Brian Oulette, Shawn Power. Austin Prep: Paul Bruce, Cam Gaudet, Brandon Hart, Brendan Leahy, Casey Miller, Ryan Quinn, Brendan Silk. Bishop Fenwick: Ryan Adamson, Adam Clay, Brett Kidik, Bob Liberge, Chris Renzulli, Blaine Thibodeau. Lowell Catholic: Dan Curran, Jake Santonelli, Joe Santonelli. Marian: Stephen Augilar, Mike Catanzariti, Dan Hiers, Andrew Lewis, Tim McCullough. Matignon: Robert Cleary. St. Bernard's: C.J. Holman. St. Clement: Pat Boudrias, Sean Simas, Thomas Simas. St. Mary's: Donald Hesse, James Perkins, Michael Restuccia, Julian Yourawksi. Trinity Catholic: Kyle Manning, Mike Marchiado, Kevin McAdam, Sean Moccia, Stephen Simmon.

Catholic Conference
BC High: Nick Finn, Eddie Nolan. Catholic Memorial: Tim Boyle, Derek Colucci, Shane Dorsey, Tommy Knox, David Lazaro, TJ O'Brien, Troy Starrett. Malden Catholic: James Castrucci, Brendan Collier, Connor Evangelista, Ryan Fitzgerald, Alex Minter, Justin Sencabaugh, Mike Vecchione. St. John's Prep: Colin Blackwell. Xaverian: Kevin Aufiero, Tommy Jenkins, Chris Kennedy, Kyle MacDonald.

Minuteman: Peter Filoramo. Mystic Valley: Nick Krasco, Kirk Toomajian. Northeast: Zach Allen, Mike Cross, Ryan Jay, Dylan Smith, Shane Smith, Bob Toussanit. Rockport: Brendan Douglas, Pat Hoffman, Max Houle, David Lindquist, Cam Smith. Shawsheen: Mike DiGiorgio, Brett Frederickson, Anthony Leggeri, Ryan Maskell, Jesse Rossetti, Joe Sodergren, Cody Wilkins.

Eastern Athletic
Bishop Feehan: Benjamin Dietz, Connor Reilly. Bishop Stang: Chris Andre, Murphy Lester, Derrick Silveira. Coyle & Cassidy: DJ Cavicchi, Jay Sylvia, Alex Travers. Martha's Vineyard: Chris Davies, Darren Gazelle. Somerset: Ben Brouillard, CJ Cordeiro, Tyler Lyne.

Founders League
Avon Old Farms: Mike Pereira. Choate: Philippe Hudon. Kent: Logan Roe. Salisbury (Conn.): Brandon Russo.

Greater Boston
Everett: Danny Concannon. Medford: Kyle Doran, Mike Gendreau, Greg Wilson. Somerville: David Cooper, Norm Desrochers.

Canton: Matt Buckley, Frank Eckler, Kevin Rooney. Foxborough: Brian Almeda, Dan O'Malley. Franklin: Dan Acton, Jon Donnelly, Joe Fernandes. King Philip: David Bradford. Mansfield: Greg O'Brien, Donny Washburn. Oliver Ames: Matthew Bissonette, Brian Lucey, Billy Podolski, David Rapp. Stoughton: Jeff Johnston, Patric Jordan.

Belmont Hill: Devin Albert, John Caldwell, Brandon McNally, Mike McNamara. Brooks: Nick Galanos. BB&N: Jack Bartlett, Aiden Hartigan. Governor's Academy: Cody Ferriero, Jake Picking, Brett Riley, Brian Ward. Groton: Dale Adams, Dennis Cottreau, Mike Doherty, Nils Martin. Lawrence Academy: Andrew Cerretani, Mike Jamieson, Devin Tringale. Middlesex: Blake Cormier, Joe Pascucci. Milton Academy: Woody Hudson, Patrick McNally. Nobles: Matt Harlow, Kevin Hayes, Mark Hourihan, Gene Lane, Gus Young. Rivers: Connor Dempsey, Tom Manna, Dillon Pieri. Roxbury Latin: Danny O'Regan. St. George's: Matt Martyak, Garrett Sider, Mike Violette. St. Mark's: Matt Heise, Aaron Rocha. St. Paul's: Samuel Courcelles, Jonathan Liau, Derick Roy, Luke Sisler. St. Sebastian's: Desmond Bergin, Tommy O'Regan. Thayer: Kyle Rooney.

Avon: Will Hoffman. Blue Hills: Sean DeWitt, Sean Feyler, Matt Riley, Dom Scopa. Cape Cod Tech: Nick Difrancesco, Jonathan Rich. Diman: Neil Carey, Mitch Costa, Glenn Souza. South Shore Voc-Tech: Cameron Barron, Aaron Naylor. Southeastern: Stephen Ahern, Victor Pedranti. Tri-County: Matt Moses.

Merrimack Valley/Dual County
Acton-Boxborough: Sean O'Hanian. Andover: Kyle Bethiume, Joe Kuta. Bedford: Jimmy Collins, Dylan Koundakjian. Billerica: John Kelleher, Dan Reardon. Boston Latin: Kevin Cotrone, Justin Evangelista. Central Catholic: Shawn Bradley, Tom Evangilista, Nick Leonard. Chelmsford: Joe Green. Concord-Carlisle: Rob Snook, Mike Van Siclen, JC Winslow. Dracut: Casey Sweeney. Haverhill: Brad McGovern. Lincoln-Sudbury: Sean Ashe. Lowell: Robbie Daly, Matt Roberge. Methuen: Pat Fleming, Pat O'Leary. Newton South: Gabe Feldstein. Tewksbury: Evan Cutelis, Ryan Doherty, Sean Mcleod, Dan Rose. Tyngsborough: Brian Silva. Waltham: Bob Poillucci, Ryan Pratt, George Tedford. Wayland: Zach Bastarache. Westford: Ryan Mumford. Weston: Chase Williams.

Burlington: Dan Hanfin, Neil Pandolfo, Brian Sullivan. Lexington: Tim Keegan. Melrose: Christ Healey. Wakefield: John Sartell. Winchester: T.J. Hickey, Pat McGoff, Mike Messuri, Mike Seward. Woburn: Jared Dabrieo, Alex Holland, Phil Nagle.

Berkshire: Kevin Sullivan. Cushing: Mike Conderman, Conor Sheary. Gunnery: Alex Vazzano. Hingham: Conor Coveney, Tim Driscoll. Kimball Union: Martin Ouellette. Nashoba: Chris Gordon, Ricky Marshall, Jay McGrath.

Old Colony
Attleboro: Pat DeMontigny, Dan Smith. Barnstable: Mark Brood. Bridgewater-Raynham: Josh Deangelis, Ryan Donovan, Anthony Hardy, Matt Hart, Adam McGrath, Chris Oien, Robbie St. Germain, Jimmy Weldon. Dartmouth: Garrett Allen, Ryan Gouveia, Ryan McCarthy, Dylan Santos. Taunton: Tyler Malagutti.

Hanover: Ian Concannon, Connor McCarthy, Dan Riley, Evan Shea, Matt Shearer, Greg Thompson. North Quincy: Matt Brundige. Pembroke: Tommy Cahill, Nick Holt, Ryan Kulik, Chris Waterfield. Quincy: James Finn, Kevin Keith. Scituate: Brian Collins, Mike Cook, Devon Flynn, Matt Mitchell, Jamie Murray, Brian Pratt. Silver Lake: Evan Lyons. Whitman-Hanson: Tyler Becker, Brennan Lenane, Eric Lively.

Ashland: Anders Carlson, Chris Weilandt. Bellingham: Steve Hole. Dover-Sherborn: Cary Croker, Ryan Ebzery, Eamon Murphy. Holliston: Ryan Michaels. Hopkinton: Clavin Lee. Medfield: Erik Lindgren, Jimmy Magrath. Medway: Ted Davenport, Jake St. Pere. Westwood: Kevin Galvin, Jordan MacPherson, Chris Treon.