Athletes of the Year

Blaise Branch

Division 3A: Cardinal Spellman, Senior, RB/LB
The senior captain dominated in his senior season, rushing for 1,923 yards and an EMass-best 36 touchdowns. He rushed for 180 yards and two TDs in the Cardinals' Division 3A semifinal win. The Catholic Central co-MVP also was an integral part of the division's stingiest defense, which allowed 8.2 points per game.

Malcolm Brown

Division 4A: Pope John, Junior, WR/DB
The Catholic Central small co-MVP capped a remarkable season by leading the Tigers to a league championship and the EMass playoffs. The athletic receiver had 72 catches for 1,173 yards and 16 TDs. He was an outstanding cornerback as well, recording 67 tackles, nine for a loss, with 12 pass deflections.

Mike Budness

Division B: Suffield, Senior, QB/SS
For his career, Mike Budness was the picture of success. He helped lead Suffield to a 24-2 record over his career, three Colonial League championships and two New England championships. Budness also had tremendous personal success. He was a three-year All-Colonial League first teamer and a two-time Colonial League Player of the Year. This season, the quarterback/safety piled up 700 yards passing, 935 yards rushing and 22 touchdowns (eight passing). He also made 45 tackles and intercepted three passes. Budness also runs track and plays basketball. In his down time, Budness likes to fish.

Vincent Burton

Division 4: Blue Hills, Sophomore, FB
The sophomore followed an oustanding freshman season by sparking the Warriors to their first Super Bowl appearance since 1984. The honor roll student led Division 4 with 30 touchdowns and 202 points while rushing for 1,549 total yards on 279 carries. He also plays basketball and throws the javelin.

George Craan

Division 2A: Concord-Carlisle, Junior, RB
Craan led Division 2A in scoring with 144 points and 24 touchdowns. He amassed 1,914 rushing yards and helped lead the Patriots to a Division 2A Super Bowl appearance. Craan was named Dual County League Small MVP.

Seth DeMello

Division 3: Somerset, Senior, RB/LB
DeMello led the Blue Raiders to their first Eastern Athletic Conference title. He ran for 1,835 yards on 224 carries, averaging just over eight yards per touch, and scored 24 touchdowns. DeMello also had 65 tackles and forced six turnovers.

Jonathan DiBiaso

Division 1: Everett, Junior, QB
Spearheading the Division 1 champion Crimson Tide's offensive attack, DiBiaso set a state record for touchdown passes (43) in a season. He also passed for 2,916 yards, more than any Everett quarterback has ever thrown for in a career.

Cody Keith

Division B: Cheshire Academy, Senior, QB
Cody Keith had a remarkable season for Cheshire Academy. The Charlotte, NC native passed for 3,840 yards and 39 touchdowns in nine games this season. He also rewrote the state record books. Keith owns the single-game record for passing yards with 637. He broke six other state records for passing. Keith also passed for eight touchdowns in two separate games this season. The howitzer-armed quarterback saved possibly his best game for last. In a NEPSAC bowl game victory over New Hampton, Keith shredded the defense for 435 yards and two touchdowns. In his astounding career at Cheshire (two years), Keith passed for more than 5,000 yards and 60 touchdowns. Keith has verbally committed to play his college ball at East Carolina. He enjoys hunting, motocross and fishing in his free time.

Jamel Marshall

Division 2: Mansfield, Senior, RB
Marshall broke the Mansfield record for rushing yards in a season, set last year by Shawn Doherty. The senior running back produced 23 touchdowns and 1,335 rushing yards and his presence in the backfield opened up the passing game for the Hornets. Marshall was the Hockomock League Offensive MVP and helped the Hornets win the Division 2 Super Bowl. The Hornets' only loss this season was the one game Marshall didn't play.

Marc Mauro

Division A: Salisbury (Conn.), RB/FS
Marc Mauro is a jack-of-all-trades. The Bayville, NY native plays running back, free safety and is a return specialist for Salisbury. Mauro scored 18 touchdowns this season: 11 rushing, one receiving, two on punt returns, one on a field goal return and three on interception returns. He also piled up 1,354 total yards. Mauro's most impressive stat is that he scored a touchdown every 6.5 times he touched the ball. Mauro is also one of the top runners in New York. In 2009, he placed second in the 100 meter and 200 meter contests in the all-state meet.

Brendan Oliver

Division C: Pingree, Senior, QB/LB
Brendan Oliver helped lead Pingree to its second straight NEPSAC bowl victory. The 6-2, 240-pound quarterback passed for 2,340 yards, rushed for 354 yards and had 28 touchdowns. Oliver also moonlighted as a linebacker and made 57 tackles. In his final game, Oliver tossed three touchdown passes as his squad overcame a 21-6 deficit to beat Rivers, 36-28, in a NEPSAC bowl game played at Gillette Stadium. His efforts this season netted him the Massachusetts MVP of the Evergreen League. Oliver is two-time all-league player. Oliver is also the captain of the basketball team and plays baseball.

Jordan Shairs

Division 1A: Gloucester, Senior, RB/LB
Shairs, who helped Gloucester to a school-record 26-game winning streak, led the Fishermen to a second consecutive Super Bowl title. He finished the season with 170 carries for 1,350 yards and 31 touchdowns.


Manny Asprilla

Everett, Senior, RB/DB
Asprilla was Everett's most versatile player, having developed into one of the most dangerous offensive and defensive players in Eastern Mass. He amassed 18 touchdowns for the Division 1 champions, and will play for BC this fall.

Brian Bourque

Reading, Senior, QB/DB
The senor signal-caller was a major reason the Rockets completed their third consecutive undefeated regular season. A first-year starter, Bourque rushed for more than 1,000 yards and 19 touchdowns and passed for 12 TDs. Bourque also cocaptains the basketball and lacrosse teams.

Lance Burlingame

New Bedford, Senior, OL/DE
Burlingame was one of the key cogs to the Whalers' magical playoff run. The big lineman had 84 tackles and seven sacks while also anchoring a tough offensive line. He is considering attending Maine, New Hampshire, or UMass in the fall.

Cal Carroll

Methuen, Senior, QB/FS
The Cal Carroll-led Rangers had one of their best seasons in recent memory, finishing 9-2. The senior quarterback accounted for 38 touchdowns (20 passing, 18 rushing) and piled up 2,270 total yards en route to earning the Merrimack Valley Conference Small Division Offensive MVP award.

Andrew Coke

Andover, Junior, QB/RB
Coke led Division 1 with 29 touchdowns, carrying an Andover offense that won a tough Merrimack Valley Large. He scored eight touchdowns and 62 points in an 88-82 eight-overtime win over Lowell. Coke also threw three touchdowns.

Dylan Colarusso

Weymouth, Senior, RB/LB
The Colarusso name has become synonymous with Weymouth football this season. Dylan scored 28 out of his career 39 TDs in 2010 and rushed for more than 1,800 out of 3,100 career yards. Colarusso also wrestles and plays baseball. He plans on attending college and majoring in criminal justice.

Todd Collier

St. Mary's, Junior, RB/DB
Collier shared Catholic Central Large MVP honors and was one of the most impactful players in Division 3A. The junior rushed for 1,346 yards (11.0 yareds per carry) and 16 touchdowns, and shined on defense, finishing with 115 tackles, two sacks, and three interceptions.

Tyler Coppola

St. John's Prep, Senior, RB/DB
The two-time Catholic Conference All-Star registered 2,173 yards on 243 carries and lifted the run-heavy Eagles to a Division 1 Super Bowl appearance. Coppola is considering playing at Brown, Columbia, and Penn.

Matt Costello

Everett, Senior, WR/DB
Costello excelled as a receiver, defensive back and punter for the Super Bowl champions. He had 75 catches for more than 1,200 yards and a state-leading 23 touchdown receptions. The Gatorade Player of the Year is one of the leading students in his class and hopes to play at Princeton, Penn, or Harvard.

Jeff Covitz

Reading, Senior, OL/DL
One of the state's best linemen, Covitz manhandled opponents on both sides of the ball. On offense, he paved the way for a rushing attack that was nearly unstoppable. On defense, he controlled the line of scrimmage and also put pressure on opposing quarterbacks. In the playoff game against Dracut, Covitz had two monster sacks that sealed the victory for the Rockets.

Kevin Curry

Holliston, Senior, RB/LB
Curry, the Tri-Valley league MVP, was unstoppable in the open field, racking up 17 touchdowns. The linebacker also anchored a defense that held Cardinal Spellman to 56 total yards in the Division 3A Super Bowl.

Nate Cyr

St. John's Prep, OL/LB
Paving the way for one of the state's leading rushers, Cyr helped St. John's Prep bulldoze its way to the Super Bowl. A two-time league all-star, he also was part of a stingy defense at inside linebacker. Cyr, a National Honor Society student, will attend Trinity College in the fall.

Casey DeAndrade

East Bridgewater, Junior, RB/DB
DeAndrade was a threat to score from anywhere on the field, finishing with 23 touchdowns this season 10 rushing, 4 receiving, and 1 passing and 8 on returns (4 interceptions, 1 fumble, one kickoff, and 2 punts). Seven of his touchdowns went for 70 yards or more.

Dan Giovacchini

Lawrence Academy, Senior, RB/LB
The second-year captain and three-sport athlete (football, basketball, and baseball) averaged 12.5 tackles per game from his middle linebacker position, while maintaining a 4.0 GPA. Giovacchini, who also played fullback, is currently deciding between Harvard, Boston College, and Northwestern.

Nick LaSpada

Billerica, Junior, QB/FS
LaSpada, the 2009 Gatorade Player of the Year, had another outstanding season quarterbacking Billerica. His dual-threat abilities garnered him more than 3,700 yards. LaSpada threw for 25 touchdowns and ran for another 15. Only a junior, LaSpada is growing into the most dangerous player in the state.

Ryan Lipka

Bishop Fenwick, Senior, WR/DB
Lipka became the first player in state history to catch more than 100 balls in a season, finishing with 114 receptions for 1,217 yards and 7 touchdowns. The senior who began the season with two career receptions caught 10 balls for 107 yards in his last game despite playing with a strained tendon in his right thumb.

Albert Louis-Jean

Brockton, Senior, DB/WR
One of the state's most sought-after Division 1 athletes, Louis-Jean was the best player on a fearsome defense. The honor roll student had 60 tackles, picked off five passes, and was a top receiving threat with 600 yards and five touchdowns. He finished his career with 12 interceptions.

Andrew Maestre

Built more like a lineman than a featured back, the 5-8 245-pound Maestre led the Bengals with 17 touchdowns (fourth in Division 4A) while propelling the team to their second consecutive Super Bowl. The hard-nosed junior also runs track and plays basketball.

Chris Malonis

Dracut, Senior, WR/DB
The senior wide receiver exploded onto the scene this year, leading Division 2 with 22 touchdown catches. Malonis totaled 1,560 yards on 77 receptions and also was a playmaker on defense as a safety. He finished with 13 career interceptions.

Sean Mayo

Holliston, Senior, QB
The Panthers rode Division 3A's most lethal passing attack to a Super Bowl victory over Cardinal Spellman. Mayo made Holliston's spread offense go with his arm and his legs, passing for 21 touchdowns and running for 12 more.

Paul McCarthy

North Attleborough, Senior, QB/DB
In his only season as starting quarterback, McCarthy set school records for passing yards (1,460) and touchdowns (21). He rushed for 6 touchdowns and intercepted two passes, one of which he returned for a touchdown.

Kyle McGuire

Mansfield, Senior, OL/DL
This team captain was a stalwart for the Hornets on both sides of the ball. On offense, McGuire spearheaded a group that blocked for one of the top running attacks in the state. McGuire was also a terror on the defensive line. He made 41 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and had 2.5 sacks.

Matt Montalto

Dennis-Yarmouth, QB
Montalto powered the Dolphins to the playoffs for the first time, using his scrambling ability to make life miserable for opponents. He passed for 20 touchdowns and more than 1,300 yards while rushing for 1,000 yards and 13 more scores.

J.P. O'Connell

Northeast, Senior, DT
The Commonwealth Small MVP anchored a defensive line that pushed and powered its way to a second consecutive Division 4A title. O'Connell racked up 45 tackles (15 for losses) and five sacks for the Knights. He also plays lacrosse.

Obum Obukwelu

BC High, Senior, OL/DE
Obukwelu, the Catholic Conference lineman of the year, was a nightmare for opposing quarterbacks and one of the state's most disruptive defensive linemen. The Harvard-bound senior had 70 tackles, 10 sacks, and 6 forced fumbles.

Trevon Offley

Brockton, Senior, RB
The 5-7, 180-pound Offley was never the biggest player but the team captain found ways to dominate. He scampered for 1,364 yards on 153 carries, nearly 9 yards per carry. His 15 touchdowns gave him 27 for his career.

Mike Ozzella

Medway, Senior, RB/LB
The 5-10, 185-pound running back rushed for 1,701 yards and 20 touchdowns for the Mustangs, who lost to Holliston in the Tri-Valley League title game. Ozzella was especially good late in big games, scoring six fourth-quarter touchdowns in Medway's last four games.

Ben Patrick

Rivers, Senior, CB/RB
Patrick led the ISL in touchdowns with 22 while rushing for 1,800 yards (11 yards per carry) and was a ball hawk on defense, with five interceptions. The four-year starter scored a school-record six touchdowns in one game and led Rivers to its first ISL championship.

Liam Porter

Natick, Senior, OL/DL
At 6-6, 295 pounds, Porter has the prototypical size for an offensive tackle. The BC-bound lineman paved the way for a potent offensive attack. On defense, Porter racked up 30 tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 fumble recoveries.

Bryan Rocha

Dighton-Rehoboth, Junior, FB/CB
Rocha helped the Falcons earn their second straight South Coast Conference title by scoring 24 touchdowns, tied for the most in Division 3. He also had three interceptions for a defense that allowed just 12.7 points per game.

Matt Silva

Dracut, Senior, QB/DB
For the second straight year, the dual-threat quarterback was one of the most exciting players to watch. He passed for 2,320 yards and 26 touchdowns and rushed for 1,223 yards and 12 scores. Silva also kicked 37 PATs this season.

Zach Smerlas

Lincoln-Sudbury, Senior, /DT
The captain had 51 tackles (26 solo). Smerlas was a three-year starter at defensive tackle and had 140 career tackles. The Dual County League named him Defensive MVP and he will take his talents to the wrestling mats this winter.

Chris Tamasi

Xaverian, Senior, LB/RB
The Catholic Conference's Defensive Player of the Year was a force on both sides of the ball. The Amherst-bound Tamasi recorded 120 tackles while rushing for two touchdowns and more than 500 yards. Tamasi also runs track for the Hawks.

Chris Unis

Gloucester, Senior, TE/DE
Unis was the leader of a Gloucester defense that smothered opponents. He collected 10 sacks this season, raising his career total to 20. He also had 206 yards receiving this season and a touchdown for the Division 1A champions.

Brandon Walsh

North Andover, Junior, QB/S
The Cape Ann Large MVP threw 23 touchdown passes and rushed for 12 TDs in 11 games. The junior threw zero interceptions in the regular season and was a stalwart in the defensive backfield for the Scarlet Knights.

Trae Weathers

Revere, Senior, RB/DB
Weathers led Division 1A in scoring with 193 points and set a school record for rushing yards and touchdowns. He rushed for 1,800 yards and 30 scores. He also recorded six 2-point conversions and passed for a touchdown.

Don Webber

Duxbury, WR/DE
The junior wide receiver was a key component in the Green Dragons' Division 2A Super Bowl-winning season. Webber set school records in receptions (52), receiving touchdowns (10), and receiving yards (921). He also was a disruptive force at defensive end.

Billy Zolga

Bridgewater-Raynham, Senior, QB/DB
Zolga's arm and legs helped lead the Trojans to their second straight Division 1A Super Bowl appearance. He passed for 14 touchdowns, rushed for another seven and returned an interception for a touchdown.

coach of the year

Albert Costabile

Costabile led the Rams to the Commonwealth Large title and a Super Bowl victory, the first in school history. A Tufts graduate, Costabile constructed a stifling defense that finished second in EMass with 8.1 points allowed per game.

John DiBiaso

Along with his son Jonathan at quarterback, DiBiaso brought Everett to its 16th straight Greater Boston League title and 25th Super Bowl championship. The Crimson Tide finished the season 12-0, winning every game by double digits.

Nick Freitas

The second-year coach led the Blue Raiders to their first Eastern Athletic Conference crown and an 12-1 record. His offseason motto, {lsquo}{lsquo}Did you beat Feehan today?'' drove his squad to a 49-28 rout of the Shamrocks. His career record is 20-4.

Patrick Graham

Methuen's turnaround has coincided with the arrival of Patrick Graham. In the four seasons prior to his arrival, the Rangers went 3-37, including two winless seasons. In Graham's four seasons at the helm, the Rangers are 26-18, including a 9-2 record this season, the best for the Rangers since 1992.

Kevin Mackin

Under Mackin, the Wildcats were crowned Bay State Carey champions and finished the regular season unbeaten (11-0). He improved his coaching record to 44-25. This is Mackin's second Coach of the Year award.

James Philip

Philip's Bengals have appeared in four Super Bowls in the last five years (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010), having lost the last two to Northeast. His hard-nosed, tough-love approach kept his squad's competitive fire lit.

Mike Robichaud

In his two years at the helm of Concord-Carlisle, the Patriots have won two Dual County League Small titles. This season, he coached his alma mater to a 10-3 record and the school's first Super Bowl appearance since 1978.

Ron St. George

Cardinal Spellman
Spellman rebounded from a 4-7 season to go 12-1, winning the Catholic Central Large title and earning a trip to the Division 3A Super Bowl. St. George coached up the Spellman defense, which allowed 8.2 points per game.


Atlantic Coast
Dennis-Yarmouth: Victor Andrade, Justin Clark, Nathan Crary, Troy Donahue, Dylan Hodsdon, Damion Johnson, Tommy Kennedy, Matt Montalto. Falmouth: Devan Soares, Bobby Whelan. Marshfield: John Fraser, Charlie LaPaglia, Tom Pomella, Michael Williams. Plymouth North: Michael Cahill, Adam Cuomo, John Dee, Cody Merritt, Jeff Synan, Matt Walsh. Plymouth South: Todd Bazarewsky, Ishman Davis, Jared Roark. Sandwich: Kyle Hein.

Bay State
Braintree: Ryan Staunton. Framingham: Travis Hayes. Milton: Olajuwon Dickerson, Kemani Jones, Matt Lezama, Nick Noonan. Natick: Glen Duffy, Liam Porter, Andrew Siden. Needham: Kevin Brennan, Mark Riley, Max Schaphorst, Will Steinberg, Rob Timmerman. Newton North: Ben Clark, Isaiah Penn. Walpole: Dave Conroy, Dan King, Andy Mandeville, Troy Salvatore, Dave Thibault, Dan Woods, Kenny Woods. Wellesley: Michael Janey, Duncan Johnson, Sam Lawrence, Jake Tanner. Weymouth: Khary Bailey-Smith, Rob Barrus, Austin Colarusso, Dylan Colarusso, Patrick Murphy, Jay Serafini, Mitch Temple.

Big Three
Brockton: Zach Apotheker, William Caruthers, Ralph Cherry, James Flores, David Hylton, Saquaan Louis, Albert Louis-Jean, Brien Massie, Paul Mroz, Trevon Offley. Durfee: Tarek Assaker, Cory Burns, Christian Cabrera, Tresley Dupont, Keith Omosefunmi. New Bedford: Matt Angelo, Izaiah Baretto, Jason Brierley, Lance Burlingame, Marcel DePina, Janny Dosreis, Phito Gondre, Nate Lewis, Jacob Medeiros, Myles Medeiros, Tyler Ollivierre, Mike Rapoza, Justin St. Pierre.

Boston North
Boston English: Richard Monteiro, Tallen Wornum. Charlestown: Mark Accino, Bobby Leslie, Jose Montanez. East Boston: Ernesto Figueroa, Jose Herrera, Maicol Restrepo. Madison Park: Stevon Brathwaite, Elysander Plaza, Isiah White. South Boston: Joseph Francois, Sean Provenzano, James Toles. West Roxbury: Laquane Bradham, Troy Sanderson, Gregory Thornton.

Boston South
Brighton: Joshua Altime, Andrew Maestre, Jonathan Marrero. Burke: Khevante Gunter, Cedric Smith, Bryan Wilkenson. Dorchester: Jay Greene, Yoffique Stapleton. Hyde Park: Jessie Noel, Tierve Paul, Elijah Smith. Latin Academy: Shawn Moore, Eoin Roarty, Franny Tejada. O'Bryant: Omari Alfred, Chandler Ransom.

Cape Ann (Large)
Masconomet: James Aloisio, Tom Chub, Brodie Green, Kurt Hunziker, Dylan Mann. North Andover: David Foote, John Miller, Jack Murphy, Stephen O'Grady, Jon Swanton, Brandon Walsh, Mike Weisman. Pentucket: Mike Doud, Nolan Dragon, Kevin Dunn, Jeremy Krugh, Braedan Leach, John Modlish. Triton: Andrew McManus, Derek Paquette, Blaise Whitman. Wilmington: Gordon Fitch, Chris Frissore, Sean Hanley, Brian Hurley, Kevin Moriarty, John Parsons.

Cape Ann (Small)
Amesbury: Stephan Dees, Tyler Lay, Greg Lingley, Ian McLaughlin, Connor Norton. Georgetown: Eric Geswaldi. Hamilton-Wenham: James Brao, Dylan Keith, James Love, Jake Prince, Nick Vogus. Ipswich: Chris Desmond, Brendan Gallagher, Nils Swenson. Lynnfield: Rick Berardino, Gino Cohee, Jeff Gannon, A.J. Roberto, Jonathan Roberto, Steve Ullian. Newburyport: Dean Cataldo, Brett Fontaine, Keagan Gorman, Tim Lawler. North Reading: James Mantho, Nicholas Rosano.

Catholic Central (Large)
Archbishop Williams: Alex Furtado, Kevin Louine. Arlington Catholic: Jimmy Balyozian, Pete Barsam, Jamey Conley, Kevin Murphy, Aaron Swenson. Austin Prep: Steve Barker, Adam Fraser, Adrew Freedman, Ryan Havey, Billy Maradei, Mark Maradei. Bishop Fenwick: Dan DeLomba, Bret Kidik, Ryan Lipka, Zach Nardone. Cardinal Spellman: Chris Ballard, Blaise Branch, Zac Cooney, Kevin Crane, Jared Lordi, Kevin Stanton, Phil Vargas, Jordan Williams. St. Mary's: Ryan Barrows, Corey Bartlett, Joe Chau, Todd Collier, Nick Day, Rich Eddows, DJ Webster.

Catholic Central (Small)
Cathedral: David Cinelli, Henrique Duverneau, Antonio Thomas. Lowell Catholic: Evan Conway, John Harlow, Larry Harlow, Cameron Hillner, Danny Ruiz, Billy Suprenant, Bryan Waruhui. Marian: Dan Kocwzara, Steve Warich. Matignon: Owen Bullock, Alessandro Cordima, Tom Farren, Mike Nicholson. Pope John: Herman Arrango, Robert Bartolo, Malcolm Brown, Jevon Brown-Simpson, Malcolm Brown-Simpson, James McCormack, Robert McMaster. St. Clement: Michael Julce, Kevin Pierre, Shane Wright. Trinity Catholic: Anthony Depina, Tim Rezendes.

Catholic Conference
BC High: Luke Catarius, Preston Cooper, Jackie Higgins, Gordon McLeod, Jameson McShea, Obum Obukwelu. Catholic Memorial: Henry Donovan, AJ Doyle, John Gorman, Armani Reeves, Camren Williams. Malden Catholic: Will Guinee, Matt Heriveaux, Mike Kelliher, Scott Layton, Tom Meade. St. John's Prep: Lucas Bavaro, Tyler Coppola, Dan Culkeen, Nate Cyr, Ryan Delisle, Dillon Gonzalez. Xaverian: Zack Bartlett, Joe Colton, Kevin Ihlfeld, Tommy Jenkins, Harry King, Nicholas McDaniels, Mike Muir, Chris Tamasi.

Commonwealth (Large)
Greater Lawrence: Jeffrey Balbi, Jean Carlos Gomez, Yamarco Guzman, Pedro Lamilo, Marlon Orellana, Marcos Ortiz, Lenny Paulino, Joseph Pizzuto. Greater Lowell: Jared Norkiewicz, Travis Perry. Lynn Tech: Kennedy Gomez, Pedro Martinez, Hujaun Robinson, Tem Tchoumi. Manchester Essex: Alex Carr, Calvin Cooke, Maverick MacEardagn, Paul Pennoyer. Shawsheen: Derek Bent, Devin Connearney, Andrew Dascoli, Nick Federico, Bob Greenwood, Dave Summiel, Zack Teal, Ryan Woolaver. Whittier: John DeAngelo, Dan Provost, Ryan Shanahan.

Commonwealth (Small)
Chelsea: Troy Crossley, Rony Gomez, Juan Martinez, Andres Romero. Minuteman: Tony Altamirano, Anthony Carreon, Maxwell Peterson. Mystic Valley: Alex Arredondo, Eric Natale, Mike Pascal, Aaron Payne. North Shore: Corey Duffy, Justin Lee, Tyler Suggs, Michael Wallis, Jesse Wilkins, Pat Wood. Northeast: Ryan Adams, Ian Bagby, Donato DiPietrantonio, Jerel Hickerson, Bobby Novello, J.P. O'Connell, Brandon Sullivan, Corey Thurell.

Dual County (Large)
Acton-Boxborough: Eric Apgar, Tyler Dickinson, Rob Goguen, Francis Gross, David Immerman, Wes Schroll, Colin Shaughnessy. Boston Latin: James Bender, Gabe Calman, Brendan Casey, Tyler Hallinan. Lincoln-Sudbury: Matt Cahill, Brian Carroll, Tyler Daway, Chris Giorgio, Jack Harris, Zach Smerlas, Chris Whitehouse. Newton South: Jerrett Atkinson, Brandon Caldwell. Waltham: Brian Cappadona, Sean Donlon, Eric Georgianni, Peter Jean-Paul, Brad Kierstead, Connor Rinck, Marjan Solomon. Westford: Mark Cornelius, Patrick Dugan, Mark Hennessey, Zach Ingalls, Mike Mizzoni.

Dual County (Small)
Arlington: Mitchell Coiley, Max Cummings, Sean Fagan. Bedford: Steven Adams, Cam Bochman, Demetrius Steed. Concord-Carlisle: Max Barrett, Evan Boynton, Henry Bumpus, George Craan, Peter George, Thomas Kleyn, Darius Montgomery, Ryan Ruiz, Andrew Vander Wilden. Tyngsborough: Steve Jacobs, Chuck Keenan. Wayland: R.J. Bolivar, Manwon Brisbane, Tommy Carmichael, Mike Kennedy, Tyler Mordas, J.C. Murtagh, Ben Shelton, Calvin Williams. Weston: Clarence Johnson, Elvin Johnson, Nolan Neu, Tom Neufeld, Jarett Rowe, Tom Wells.

Eastern Athletic
Bishop Feehan: Adam Barnes, Ben Boulerice, William Firth, Edward Giles, Mike MacDonald, O'Brian McHayle, Andrew Murphy. Bishop Stang: Tyler Dedrick, Aaron Marshall, Craig Martin, Patrick Muldoon, Logan Sullo. Coyle & Cassidy: Alex Gomes, Tyler Rogers. Martha's Vineyard: Delmont Araujo, Chris Costello, Randall Jette, Brian Montambault. Somerset: Nick Almeida, Seth DeMello, Alex Estrella, Ian Levesque, Jaron Spear, Kyle Walker, Josh Zajdel.

Dexter: Jake Giovanucci, Abner Logan. Hebron (Maine): Lou Caraglia, Christian Gumbs. Holderness: Mac Caputi, Alex Kuno, Jaime McNulty. Hyde (Conn.): Tyler Beradino, Ted Cercos, Mike Perez, Harry Smith, Justen Wilson. Kents Hill: Ryan Dorso, Walter Kell, Charles Migner. Kimball Union: Rick Naylor, Alex Skinner, Casey Tanner, Kevin Veirra. New Hampton: Javar Coleman, C.J. Dawson, Jake Kiley, Kevin Messier, Damien Winters. Pingree: Kenny Adinkra, Kyle Jamerson, Brendan Oliver, Brandon Parker, Brian Rogers, Will Walfield. Pomfret: Anthony Campione, Elliot Granoff, Connor Quinn, Ben Sukonick. Portsmouth Abbey: Nick Albertson, Matt Brigham, Donovan Reyes. Proctor: Michael Lomard, De'Vaughn Millington, Derrick Nowell, Fenny Wilkinson. Tilton: Justin Flores, Dylan St. John, Blaine Theisen, DJ Willingham. Vermont Academy: Alex Lane, Dana Valentine.

Salisbury (Conn.): Marc Mauro.

Greater Boston
Cambridge: Michael Bradley, Jack Kernochan. Everett: Manny Asprilla, Nick Chiarello, Matt Costello, Jonathan DiBiaso, Ralph Jonathas, Vondell Langston, Chris McCarthy, Shaquille Taylor. Malden: Frankie Dunn, Witchie Exilhomme, Teddy Francois, Jamie McInerney, Vernon Sainvil, Aaron Samano. Medford: Alec Finn, Nick Murphy. Somerville: Danny Dell'Isola, Devon Hairston, Joshua Scarry, John Wallace, Kevin Wint.

Attleboro: JJ Jolaoso, Nathan Robitaille. Canton: Anthony LaRose. Foxborough: Steve Fitzmaurice, Dan Gallagher, Max Guy. Franklin: Mike Gill. King Philip: Adam Boari, Chris Cacciola, Jake Cox, Jimmy Johnston, Alec May. Mansfield: Dave Eberhart, Jeff Hill, Jamel Marshall, Kyle McGuire, Anthony Todesco. North Attleborough: Ryan Flannery, Zach Horton, Dan Johnson, Paul McCarthy, Bob Richman, Brady Shorey. Oliver Ames: Joey Gizzi, Billy Greene. Sharon: Jordan Aronson. Stoughton: Colby Calisi.

Belmont Hill: John Bergantino, Brian Bowser, Harrison Glor, Louis Hunt, Ted Klemmer. Brooks: Andrew Peck. BB&N: Eric Bertino, Chris Coady, Dan Connaughton, Nick DiChiara, Eric Olson, Peter Savarese. Governor's Academy: John Durkin, Gianni Frattaroli, Ryan Macri, Elijah Morrissey. Groton: Adam Lamont, Joe MacDonald. Lawrence Academy: Tyler Cardoze, Dan Giovacchini, Marcus Grant, Anthony Knight, Mike Orloff, Max Ricci, Peter Taylor, Ryan Welch. Middlesex: Ian Byrne, Devin Chapman, Bryson Gilbert-Bono, Jasper Goodwin, John Lesofsky. Milton Academy: Josh Jordan, Nik Powers, Charlie Storey, Ben Ticknor. Nobles: Tom Kelly, Alex Owen, Sean Shakespeare. Rivers: Taariq Allen, Robert Costa, George Crowley, Ben Patrick, Shaq Sandiford, A.J. Walsh, Ryan Yuriewicz. Roxbury Latin: Billy Dalton, Joey Giandomenico, Josh Rivers. St. George's: Drew Boyd, Chris Chew, Alex Elron, Jaleel Wheeler. St. Mark's: Zach Twitchell. St. Paul's: Richard Bradley, JN Dackiew, Oliver Maurovich, Harry Nicholas, Conor O'Brien, Jeff Winthrop. St. Sebastian's: Jack Connolly, Sam Hodgson, Brian Strachan. Thayer: James Becker, Shane Donovan, Paul Nwokeji, David Prendergast.

Mayflower (Large)
Blue Hills: Christian Adley, Malcolm Asomugha, Vincent Burton, Rich Connor, Alex O'Donnell, Andrew Parks, Sean Piasecki. Bristol-Plymouth: Justin Broden, Matt Shurtleff. Diman: Cory Albernaz, Austin Campos, Bryan Yun. South Shore Voc-Tech: Tony DePaula, Kyle Fitzgerald, Steve Kimball, Michael Murphy. Southeastern: Edward Alger, Daryl Instasi, Fabiano Paiva, Daniel Salvucci, Mike Smith.

Mayflower (Small)
Holbrook: Anthony Bollitier, Tom Harless, Fabrice Joseph. Nantucket: Duvaughn Beckford, Terrell Correia, Taylor Hughes, Tim Marsh, Mack McGrath, Mike Molta. Old Colony: Matthew LeBlanc, Ian Moniz. Tri-County: Randy Hardy, Steve Hogan, Tyler Kaufman, Steven Morgante, James Veradt. West Bridgewater: Jacob Dionne, Andrew Drass, Zach Fruzzetti, D.J. Jamieson, Cole Paskell, Joshua Ruggles.

Merrimack Valley (Large)
Andover: Lyle Baker, Conor Clancy, Andrew Coke, Ned Deane, Brian Miller, Mark Zavrl. Billerica: Ryan Donahoe, Justin Hood, Nick LaSpada, Ryan Thompson. Central Catholic: Nick Bordeianu, Brendan Hopkinson, Jaycob Morales, Trae Musumarra, Xavier Peralta, Cam Walsh. Chelmsford: Colby Emanouil, Joe Gennaro, Zach Hayes, Tim Joy, Craig Meade, Kevin Stuczynski. Lowell: Anthony Courtois, Josh McGlauflin.

Merrimack Valley (Small)
Dracut: Rory Fuller, Keith Hamel, Chris Malonis, Peter Salem, Matt Silva, John Vance. Haverhill: Taylor Sullivan. Lawrence: Steve Mannion, Ony Ramos. Methuen: Phil Barrett, Cal Carroll, Steve DiZazzo, Mike Harper, Jeff McAndrew, Raudy Minaya, Ryan Savastano, Sean Whittaker. Tewksbury: Anthony Arcari, Sean Connolly, Danny Sugrue, Ryan Vibber.

Belmont: Joel McCracken. Burlington: Jonathan Dube, Joe Hoffman, Greg Sheridan. Lexington: Charles Blackett, Peter Crampton, Max McDaniel. Melrose: Bobby Hansen. Reading: Brian Bourque, Jeff Covitz, Anthony Fodera, Sean Gildea, Larry Gilligan, Joseph Guarino, Brian Kelly, Nick Scali. Wakefield: Vinny DeSciscio, Anthony Fabiano, Brandon Johnson, Connor O'Brien, Josh Puccio, Charnjit Singh. Watertown: CJ Logan, Brendan Wojtowicz. Winchester: Will Herbert. Woburn: Joe Burnham, Brendan Flaherty, Chucky Ortiz.

Cheshire Academy: Cody Keith. Suffield: Mike Budness.

Northeastern (Large)
Gloucester: Gilbert Brown, Brandon Cusumano, Bryan Ingersoll, Anthony Latassa, Andrew Mizzoni, Adam Philpott, Jordan Shairs, Chris Unis. Lynn Classical: Josh Cheever, Calvin Ebieshuwa, Richard Ford, Nick Grassa, Craig Kanyangarara, Keith Nance, Danny Omoregie, Eric Sisson. Lynn English: Travonne Berry-Rogers, Patrick Dorsey, Cole Gentile, Tyllor McDonald, Derek Stevens, Melvin Taveras, Neil Whittredge. Peabody: Roni Aliu, George Haraktsis. Revere: Drew Lauria, Trae Weathers. Salem: Antonio Reyes, Nick Romeo, Brad Skeffington.

Northeastern (Small)
Beverly: Andrew Cannata, Brendan Flaherty, Mark Giles, George Kallas, Anthony McDonald, Nick Theriault. Danvers: Greg Little, Zach Ryan, Shane Tobyne. Marblehead: Nick Broughton, Josh Freedland, Liam Gilliland, Ben Koopman, Will Quigley, Ryan Stanojev. Saugus: Shamir Guillaume, Mike Joseph, Ryan Kennedy. Swampscott: A.J. Baker, Patrick Costin, Jake McDougall, Mark McMahon, Michael Walsh, Peter Yasi. Winthrop: Nick Doonan, Nick McCarthy.

Old Colony
Barnstable: D.J. Crook, Matt Delaney, Andrew Ellis, Jordan Henderson, David Kennedy, Dennis Reddy. Bridgewater-Raynham: Billy Buckley, Mike Chicoine, Brad Delulis, Mike Devin, Tyler Martin, Branden Morin, Sean O'Donnell, Nick Schlatz, Billy Zolga. Dartmouth: Richard Bellizzi, Grunde Brando, Dylan Fagundes, Andrew Kestenbaum, Brock Thibeault. Taunton: Cabrinni Goncalves, Garrett Nadeau, Sean Perry.

Patriot (Fisher)
Hanover: John Armstrong, Matt Lane. Middleborough: Zach Botelho, Sean Newcomb, Brian Wiksten. Pembroke: Matt Allen, Jon Hooper, Dan McCourt, Luke Nagle. Quincy: Reggie Cesar, Josh Galindo, Jalen Green, Jaquan Harris. Scituate: Casey Burns, Tom Carr, Wes Hawkins, Matt King, Ryan McCarthy, Tyler Park.

Patriot (Keenan)
Duxbury: Kane Haffey, Matt Hallisey, Denis Maguire, Nick Mann, Max Randall, Don Webber. Hingham: Jake Golden, Kevin McCarthy, Harry Rein, Thomas Vangel. North Quincy: Seyi Adesuyan, Kyle McKay, Mike Morrison. Silver Lake: Kyle Copeland, Gavin Doherty, Mitch Graziano, Jackie Hurley, Tommy Lennon. Whitman-Hanson: Tom Condon.

South Coast
Apponequet: Matt Araujo, Duane Fluker, Myles Greene, Matt Jablonski, Nate Michael, Matt Schell. Bourne: Zach Chick, Joe Epps, John Page, Samuel Schrader. Dighton-Rehoboth: Adam Benvie, Ryan Bettencourt, Nick Costa, Justen Galego, Bryan Rocha, Mark Wetherell. Fairhaven: Tanner Kisla. Greater New Bedford: Drew Frenette. Old Rochester: Ian Knapton, Christian Lavoie, Jim Mattson. Seekonk: Michael Braunsdorf, Justin Carvalho, Rob Fontaine, Matt Lockwood, Jake Lyman. Wareham: Sean McCrillis.

South Shore
Abington: Andrew Dion, Connor Fraser, John Lane, Zach Littman, Paul Noble, Pat Zadrosny. Carver: Tevin Silva. Cohasset: Jack Carrier, Jeff Cavanaro, Robert Jones, Jake Kissick. East Bridgewater: Jared Contre, Casey DeAndrade, Joseph Hak, Tim O'Brien, Trevor Whitcher. Hull: Connor Duhaime, Mark Mainini, Chris Shaffer, Dylan Shea. Mashpee: Kyle Dupont, Nick Hannan, Jordan Keli'inui, Zack Martin, Zack Orcutt, Dylan Read. Norwell: Adrian Chavez, Ryan Vaghan. Rockland: Steve Copeland, Mike Driscoll, Tim Fitzgerald, Steven Gardner, Brian Harrington, Shay Morton.

Ashland: Luke Carey. Bellingham: Mitch Corbitt, Nick White. Dover-Sherborn: Will Bain, Nico Recine, Jake Vacouvec. Holliston: Christian Baker, Dan Barone, Kevin Curry, Kevin Lamarque, Sean Mayo, Tom McCarthy, Ethan Rayner. Hopkinton: Clint Atkinson, Eric Beauregard, Mike Decina, Paul Throckmorton. Medfield: Christian Beath, Dan Fitzgerald. Medway: Ryan Bukis, Mike Caldararo, Joe Davenport, Matt Ford, Joe Henry, Kyle McSweeney, Mike Ozzella, Matt Zajac. Millis: Jon Baker, Ian Strom. Norton: Brendan Curtin, Stephen Hudson, Phil Rizzo, Zach Schwieger, Carlos Silva, Joey Wilkes. Westwood: Sean Amaru, David DeCenzo, Dan Moloy, Glenn Parsons, Isaac Rice.