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GlobeWest: Players of the Week, Top 10 boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams

High 5

Joshua Freilich , St. John’s High: The senior tallied 15 goals in the postseason, including four in a 15-6 loss to Longmeadow in the state semifinals.

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Andrew Melvin , Medfield: The senior All-American was a consistent force around the cage, tallying nine postseason assists and 12 goals, including the game-winner in overtime against Hingham.

John Sexton , Lincoln-Sudbury Regional: The junior long stick was instrumental for the Warriors defense, which allowed just 20 goals in four tournament games.

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Keaton Stoner , Dover-Sherborn: The senior’s tremendous ability to control faceoffs, and keep possession for the Raiders, made the team difficult to beat, Cohasset coach James Beaudoin said.

Mel Wagner , Algonquin Regional: The junior attack stepped up in the postseason, scoring six goals in the final two games of the Division 1 Central bracket to lead the Tomahawks to their second straight title.

Mastrodonato’s Top 10 boys’ teams

(Final records)

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1. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional (18-3)

2. Medfield (22-4)

3. Needham (17-3)

4. Dover-Sherborn (19-4)

5. Acton-Boxborough Regional (18-5)

6. St. John’s High (18-4)

7. Wellesley (16-5)

8. Wayland (19-4)

9. Concord-Carlisle (13-7)

10. Newton North (14-6)

Mastrodonato’s Top 10 girls’ teams

(Final records)

1. Needham (20-3)

2. Hopkinton (13-5-1)

3. Framingham (14-5)

4. Franklin (18-3)

5. Algonquin Regional (18-4)

6. Wayland (13-3-2)

7. Acton-Boxborough Regional (13-7-1)

8. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional (10-8)

9. Ashland (15-8-1)

10. Medfield (11-5-3)

Jason Mastrodonato

Jason Mastrodonato can be reached at jasonmastrodonato@yahoo.com.
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