Athletes of the Year
Division 2: Concord-Carlisle, G
The Division 2 state champion Patriots were built around their 5-foot-9-inch All-American goalie, who will play for Air Force. Gouchoe led C-C to a 3.55 goals-against-average and didn't allow more than 7 goals in a game all season.
Division 1: Duxbury, Senior, LSM
On a team loaded with talented defenders, the 6-foot-2-inch, Yale-bound senior might have been the toughest to beat. Naton finished his career with three state championships in lacrosse and two in football, all while collecting a 3.8 GPA.
Division 3: Dover-Sherborn, M
A faceoff specialist and dynamic midfielder, Polk captained the Raiders to its first Division 3 state title. The two-time All American was the Tri-Valley League co-MVP and will play both lacrosse and football at Colby College.
Hingham, Senior, A
At the front of the Harbormen's explosive attacking unit was the senior All American, who logged over 100 points while leading Hingham to a 20-4 record. A three-time Patriot League All-Star, Blair will bring his scoring ability to Providence College.
Concord-Carlisle, Senior, D
The defenseman was a force for the Patriots on the way to a Division 2 state title. The 6-foot-6-inch All American finished with perfect seasons in lacrosse and football, the latter of which he'll play at Brown this fall.
Duxbury, Senior, LSM
The All American was a force at long-pole for the state champion Dragons this season, as they held opponents to just 4.4 goals per game. Also a football player, he plays for Laxachusetts and will attend Penn State next season.
Wellesley, Senior, LSM
A ground-ball machine and stick-checking extraordinaire, Cassidy was a force for the Raiders as they advanced to the Division 2 EMass title game. He finished the season with 175 ground balls, earning All-American honors, and will play at Amherst.
John Connor Darcey
Wellesley, Senior, G
With the ability to take over a game in the cage, the two-time All American led the Raiders to the Division 2 Eastern Mass. title game with 186 saves this spring. The Penn State-bound senior also earned Bay State League MVP honors.
Westford, Senior, M
The senior captain was named team MVP in his first season with the Grey Ghosts. Eaton recorded 49 goals and 22 assists en route to being named a Dual County League All-Star and All American. He will play at Lehigh University.
Duxbury, Senior, A
A dynamic finisher with the ability to distribute, Hellar led an efficient attacking unit that put up more than 12 goals per game this spring. The senior earned All-American honors and will play at Fairfield University.
Masconomet, Senior, M
The hulking, 6-foot-3-inch senior led a talented midfield that propelled the Chieftains to more than 13 goals per game this spring. The two-time All American and football All-Scholastic will play lacrosse at UMass-Amherst.
Portsmouth Abbey, Senior
Kreinz led the Ravens to their third consecutive EIL Championship and a 9-6 record, earning league MVP honors for his efforts. He finished with 39 goals and 24 assists and was named a US Lacrosse All American. He plans to play at Penn State.
Lyman netted 36 goals and 18 assists while playing both midfield and attack for the Waring School, where he was named team captain and MVP as a junior. He is also a three-year starter on the varsity soccer team and is an accomplished artist and actor.
Duxbury, Senior, D
A two-time state-champion quarterback, the senior also brought it on the lacrosse field his senior season, using a 6-foot-4-inch frame paired with a long-pole to cause havoc on opposing attackers. The All American will play lacrosse at Johns Hopkins University.
Needham, Junior, A
With 54 goals and 40 assists, Panepinto was electric for the Rockets, who advanced to the Division 1 East championship game. The All-American junior, who is committed to Fairfield, scored 126 goals and tallied 121 assists in his career.
The leader of the close defenders for the state champs, the 5-foot-10-inch All American finished his career as a three-time Patriot League All-Star. A football player an honor roll student, Randall is committed to Dartmouth College.
Billerica, Junior, G
The junior All American finished the season with 295 saves for a save percentage of 66. He's started in the cage three straight years for the Indians, compiling a record of 56-12, and is committed to play at UMass-Amherst in 2013.
Acton-Boxborough, Senior, M
A solid two-way midfielder for the Colonials, Soroka was the leader on transition and a distributor on the attack. The All American finished with 30 goals and 39 assists. He'll play at Middlebury College this fall.
Foxborough, Senior, G
At the heart of Foxboro's standout season was the All-American goalie, who piloted the Warriors to an Eastern Mass.-best 3.5 goals-against-average. The Hockomock League All-Star in lacrosse, hockey, and football is Villanova-bound.
Catholic Memorial, Senior, M
The Union College-bound senior did it all for the Knights, scoring 46 goals and dishing out 28 assists as he became the first CM lacrosse player to earn All-American honors. Stanton also played for the Knights' soccer and hockey teams.
Governor's Academy, Senior
Vivian led Govenor's Academy in scoring this season with 51 points on 28 goals and 23 assists. The midfielder has amassed 114 points in three seasons with the program, never missing a game. He plans to play for Georgetown University.
BC High, Junior, D
The 6-foot-2-inch junior defenseman was instrumental in the Eagles' midseason turn-around, guiding them to eight straight wins before falling to Needham in the Division 1 East semis. Yanulis, who is committed to Duke, also led his team in ground balls.
coach of the year
Since taking over at CM two years ago, Lynch has led the Knights to a 32-11 record, including a 19-4 mark this spring as they earned their first Catholic Conference Championship. Lynch was the Catholic Conference Coach of the Year.
McLaughlin has led the Raiders to the Division 3 title game in three of the last four years, picking up his first state championship with a 16-6 win over North Reading this spring. He started the D-S program in 1996.
The Needham alum (1989) piloted the Rockets to an 18-6 record, leading them to the Division 1 state championship game. Wainwright has a career coaching record of 172-48 in nine years at Needham and also coaches Dover-Sherborn girls' soccer.
Brookline: Sam Burrington. Framingham: Joe Igoe, Mike Stearns. Natick: Matt Kustra. Needham: Dan Cavanaugh, Jamie McGill, Nico Panepinto, Timmy Parlato, Mark Riley. Newton North: Joe Mariano, Nate Menninger, Ryan Quinn, Jake Shearman. Norwood: Andrew Alty, Emmett McNamara. Walpole: Russ Ollis. Wellesley: Ryan Cassidy, Peter Crane, John Connor Darcey, Dan Elfman, Oliver Saffery.
Masconomet: Kurt Hunziker.
Archbishop Williams: Cam Dillon, Jack Dunford, Cam Joyce, Patrick McPartlin, Nick Menzel. Arlington Catholic: Derek Bastos, Zachary Blanch, Mike Centola, Billy Cooke, David George, Anthony Reale. Austin Prep: Pat Alviti, Nick Capello, Scott Corcoran, Drew Laundry, Matt Morgan. Bishop Fenwick: Jake Brennan, Bobby LiBerge, Andrew Ruby, Kyle Russell. Marian: Alex Buxbaum. Matignon: Ryan Anglin, John Camara, John Thompson, Thomas Thompson. St. Mary's: Matthew Aylward, Thomas Braswell, Stephen Poliskey.
BC High: Ian Yanulis. Catholic Memorial: Thomas Stanton.
Acton-Boxborough: Matt Brogie, Casey Frank, Travis Hamilton, Tyler McKelvie, Kyle Soroka. Bedford: Danny Antonoff, Kristen Baratta, Evan Wong. Concord-Carlisle: Will Blumenberg, Evan Boynton, Henry Bumpus, Kevin Delehey, Jackson Finigan, Doug Gouchoe, Mike O'Brien. Lincoln-Sudbury: Henry Guild, Matt Hall, John Sexton, Paul Tocci. Newton South: Josh Kasten, Zach Pawa. Waltham: Jonathan Ferrazzani. Wayland: Jake Baxter, Carson Hart, Katie Terranova. Westford: Cam Carlyle, Jay Drapeau, Alex Eaton, Taylor Freud, Nate Giacolone, Ben Katz, Ian Speliotis. Weston: Jared Fong, Jordan Fong, Steve Iodice, Grace McCurdy, Joey Pasquale, Geoff Ziobro.
Bishop Feehan: Joseph Agnello, Matt Allen, Matt Creedan, Max Johnson, Thomas Sheerin. Bishop Stang: Hayden Clements, Matt Corman, Mike Pratt, Jared Zaniewski. Coyle & Cassidy: David Gorey, Ryan Jones. Martha's Vineyard: Nelson Dickson, Charlie Everett, Colby Gouldrup, Conor Smith.
Bancroft: Jack Bausch. Beaver Country Day: David Jacquet, Charlie Segar, Dom Smith. Berwick: Saul Groman, Brian O'Day, John Reinhardt, Mitch Rodgers. Landmark: Daniel Czerkawski, Levi Tourigny. Lexington Christian: Brian Callahan, Justin McDonald. Pingree: Matt Colbert, Keith Morency, Jackson Patrican, Tyler Rostad, Dylan Taylor. Portsmouth Abbey: Matthew Brigham, Kian Kenahan, Trevor Kenahan, Austin Kreinz, Drake Kreinz, Will Locke, Liam O'Connor.
Malden: Demis Bardales, Dan Glynn, Nate Urban. Medford: Dan Bozovic, Steven Center, Owen Healey, Steven Mahoney, Chris McCarthy, Ryan McCarthy, Anthony Tortora.
Canton: Matt Molloy. Foxborough: Tyler Ames, Alex Noonan, Jake Soccorso, Greg Stamatov. Franklin: Ryan Garland, Ross Tanner, Jake Versprille. King Philip: Tanner Jensen. Mansfield: Matt Dolliver, Dan Gilmore, Chris Shield, Tim Shield, Blayne Taylor. North Attleborough: Brian Sieber. Sharon: Jake Rotman.
Belmont Hill: Brian Bowser, Conor Murphy. Brooks: Will Stockwell. BB&N: Chris Coady. Governor's Academy: Nick Baxter, Sam Davis, Ryan Macri, JC Vivian. Groton: Mike Doherty, Walter Hunnewell. Lawrence Academy: Conor Helfrich. Middlesex: Bryson Gilbert-Bono, Al Lucchese, Toby Porter, Sam Tweed. Milton Academy: Nick Gagnon, Eddie Richardson. Nobles: Chris Calnan, Morgan Cheek, Brad Rigoli. Rivers: Jack Rautiola, Conor Van Duzer, Chase Williams. Roxbury Latin: Brandon Bowman, Michael Shepard. St. George's: Alex Elron. St. Mark's: Eric Dolan. St. Paul's: Harrison Zhu. St. Sebastian's: Stephen Brown, Jack Connolly, Sam Hodgson, Sam Washburne. Thayer: Timothy Giarrusso, Quincy Nichols.
Bishop Connolly: Paul Frost, Dalton Revis.
Blue Hills: Marcus Donahue. Sacred Heart: Oliver Cahill. South Shore Voc-Tech: Max Long, Tom McLaughlin, Matt Terenzi. Southeastern: Joe Christiano, Riley Fournier, Matt Small. Tri-County: Nicholas Crowley, Zackery Gregg, Steven Hogan, Chace Mechlinski. Upper Cape: Jack Schmitt.
Andover: Andrew Eriksen, Jeff Hanson, Andrew Hook, Matt McIver, Tim Oteri, Tabor Tyrell, Tyler Weeks. Billerica: Kevin Farrell, Tom McGlaughlin, Ben Melaugh, Cam Slatton, D.J. Smith, Russ Tedford. Haverhill: Eric Mangrum, Nathaniel Vasquez, Josh White. Tewksbury: Zach Jacobs.
Belmont: Ben Mosca. Lexington: Connor Zanin. Reading: Brendan Camuso, Billy Carnes, Matthew Comerford, Greg Connery, Mark Dente, Eric O'Brien. Winchester: Brendan Kelley, Tim Mangano, Ryan Murphy, Jesse Samek, Lars Zandbergs. Woburn: Brendan Gilgun, Mike Tedesco.
Burlington: Chris Ikier, Chris Litchfield, Ryan McNeil, Bill Murphy, Alex Pearsons. Melrose: C.J. Hanson, Paul Hanson, Cam McGuire. Wakefield: Mike Conroy, Mike Dellanno, Ryan Doherty, Sean Farrell. Watertown: Mike Busconi, Ben Sampson. Wilmington: Mitchell DeAmbrose.
Waring: Ted Lyman.
Beverly: Dom Abate, Dan Brown, Ryan Caley, James Chase, Brendan Flaherty, Mark Giles, Ryan Shipp. Danvers: Stephen Christopher, William Jennings. Gloucester: Colton Revis. Marblehead: Oliver Gregory, Ian Maag. Peabody: Keifer Heckman. Salem: Chad Choelo, Nick Paine, Jake Theriault, Alex Veloukas. Saugus: Nick Benoit, Sean Gilman, Nick Taylor. Swampscott: Matt Gambale, Max Gordon, Patrick Kennedy, Josh Rothwell, Tony Silva, Billy Vally.
Duxbury: Henry Buonagurio, James Burke, Seamus Connelly, Paul Hellar, Henry Narlee, Reilly Naton, Matt O'Keefe, Max Randall, Sam Sweet, Chris Williams. Hanover: Patrick Hannigan, Tim Reily. Hingham: Kevin Blair, Chris Fitzgerald, David Freitas, Thomas O'Neil, John Tocchio. Pembroke: Caroline Bettle. Scituate: John Brown, Tucker Ciessau, Shane Healey. Whitman-Hanson: Hank Moylan.
Abington: Barry Cashman, Tim Ferguson, Pat Zadrozny. Cohasset: Derek Froio, Kyrel Juandoo, Jack McElgunn, Charlie Neaves, Nick Tangberlini, Dan Tangherlini. Hull: Brandon Jones, Ryan Weber. Mashpee: Tyler Gaudreau, Tim Villa. Norwell: Brian Devilly, Craig Freehill, Dan Lockwood, Cabot Noyce, Tom O'Toole, Joe Riccuti, Shawn Tierney.
Ashland: Chris Curtis. Dover-Sherborn: Zach Ambrosino, Chris Flight, Ben Newbert, Billy Polk. Hopkinton: Jonathan Lee. Medfield: Ben Cox, Chris Diana, Cam Donnelly, Andrew Melvin, Doug Nelson, Clay Richard, Connor Roddy. Medway: Jack McNamara. Westwood: Casey McQuillen.