Athletes of the Year
Division 1: Central Catholic, WR/DB
Demers caught 55 passes for 788 yards and nine touchdowns for the Division 1 champion Raiders, and was named MVC Offensive Player of the Year. He also had four interceptions and seven tackles for a loss as a defensive back, and averaged 28.2 yards per kickoff return.
Division 2: Natick, QB
Flutie capped a historic career by throwing for a state-record 47 touchdowns and over 3,000 yards. He also graduates as the state’s all-time leader in career touchdown passes with 112. Flutie has committed to play at Boston College.
Division 3SE: Plymouth South, RB/LB
Oxsen was a workhorse and then some for the Panthers. The senior racked up 285 carries in only 10 games, churning out 2,165 yards and 26 touchdowns to carry Plymouth South to the Division 3 Super Bowl. Oxsen eclipsed the 4,000-yard mark for his career.
Division 4: Westwood, WR/DB
The Tri-Valley Large MVP flashed his versatility during his lone season under center, racking up 1,273 yards passing, 1,262 yards rushing, and 30 total touchdowns in leading the Wolverines to their second-consecutive legaue title and the top seed in Division 4 South.
Division 5: Bishop Fenwick, QB/LB
The three-year captain led the Crusaders to a Division 5 Super Bowl title, throwing for 1,415 yards and 17 TDs while rushing for 926 yards and 12 TDs. He also finished the season with a school-record 221 tackles at linebacker, shattering the all-time Fenwick mark with 501.
Division 6: Cohasset, RT/DT
The South Shore Small MVP and three-sport captain anchored a Cohasset line that propelled the Skippers to their first Super Bowl appearance in school history. As a three-year starter, he helped pave the way for 1,000-yard rushing seasons.
Division A: Phillips Andover
Stone was voted the NEPSAC Class A Player of the Year after rushing for 1,224 yards this year to go along with 14 total touchdowns. Stone also won the team’s leadership and dedication award, competes in track and field, and is a highest honors student.
Division B: Suffield
McAllister was named the Class B Player of the Year, an award he shared last year, after rushing for 1,188 yards, good for 13.98 yards per carry. He also rushed for 19 touchdowns and had two special teams TDs. He’s committed to UConn.
Division C: Dexter
Cuneo was voted the NEPSAC Class C Player of the Year after racking up 2,256 total yards and 37 total touchdowns, 25 of which came through the air. For his career, he accumulated 75 touchdowns and 5,336 total yards. He has offers from Furman and Sacred Heart to play football.
Lexington, senior, WR/CB
Adley, the Division 1 leading scorer with 118 points, hauled in 59 balls for 1,239 yards and 16 touchdowns. A two-way threat, Adley had 63 tackles and returned a pair of interceptions the length of the field for touchdowns. He finished his career with 5,127 all-purpose yards, 30 touchdowns, and 183 catches.
Old Rochester, senior, TE/LB
Bergeron did it all for the Bulldogs on the way to the Division 5 South final. The senior racked up 112 tackles, four sacks, and an interception, while making six receptions - all for TDs - at tight end. Bergeron was also 42-of-44 kicking extra points.
St. Clement, senior, WR/DB
In his first year at St. Clement, Bruce was named Catholic Central Offensive Player of the Year and helped turn the offense into one of the strongest passing units around. Bruce racked up 1,206 yards and 23 touchdowns, ending his career with 49 total scores.
Oliver Ames, senior, QB/FS
Cidado, the Hockomock Davenport MVP, threw for 2,006 yards, 23 touchdowns, and just 4 interceptions this season. He also rushed 38 times for 350 yards and four scores. He accounted for 47 touchdowns in his career, eclipsed 3,500 yards passing, and plans to play football in college.
Latin Academy, senior, QB/Safety
With a 27-9 career record as a starter and a city-record 48 career passing TDs, Dance has established himself as one of the school’s all-time athletes. This season he led the Dragons to their first ever two playoff victories.
Tewksbury, senior, WR/DB
With 46 catches for 816 yards and 12 touchdowns, Dick was one of the more explosive receivers in Division 3. He also picked off four passes and registered 68 tackles from his cornerback spot. For his career, he has 87 catches for 1,528 yards and 20 TDs.
Everett, senior, LB
While Everett’s defense touted plenty of stars, Duarte was the brightest with 80 tackles, 3 forced fumbles, and an interception. At 5-9 and 209 pounds, Duarte often delivered crushing hits in the middle of the field, finishing his career with 186 tackles.
Dennis-Yarmouth, junior, RB/WR/CB
Dunn emerged as a dual threat at both running back (1,013 yards) and receiver (532) during the Dolphins’ run to the Division 4 Super Bowl. The junior had 18 touchdowns, four on kickoff returns, and intercepted five passes.
Wellesley, senior, QB
In just his first year at Wellesley and his first playing at quarterback, the Milton Academy-transfer threw for 2,280 yards and rushed for 1,125. He also tossed 21 touchdown passes and rushed for 17 more.
Lowell, senior, WR/DB
Galvin was one the state’s elite receivers, making 48 catches for 710 yards and 10 touchdowns. In his three years as a starter, he’s caught 187 passes for 2,500 yards and 30 touchdowns. Galvin, who has a 4.46 GPA, is headed to Brown.
Xaverian, junior, TE/DE
The Catholic Conference MVP had a true impact in all three phases of the game, playing defensive end, tight end, and punting for the Hawks. Gaziano thrived at defensive end, recording 12 sacks and an interception, as the defense allowed 14.9 points per game.
Newburyport, senior, OT/DE
Guthro was a nightmare for opposing offenses, collecting 135 tackles and six sacks from the defensive end position. Voted the Cape Ann Kinney Player of the Year, the 6-foot-3-inch, 225-pounder finished his career with 32 sacks.
Natick, senior, WR/DB
Hilger was Troy Flutie’s favorite target, netting over 1,000 yards receiving and topping Division 2 with 15 touchdown receptions for the Redhawks. Hilger, who also converted 15 extra points, was the division’s fourth-leading scorer with 105 points.
Mansfield, junior, TE/DE
The 6-foot-5-inch, 205-pound tight end was Mansfield’s No. 1 offensive target. Hill, a junior, hauled in 53 receptions for 811 yards and 10 touchdowns, good for fourth in Division 2. He also was the league’s MVP in basketball.
Milton Academy, senior, RB/LB
Jacobs scored 20 touchdowns and racked up 1,300 yards to earn ISL co-MVP honors and help Milton Academy to ISL and New England titles. Jacobs, who finishes with 50 career touchdowns, was the leading scorer in the ISL for the past two seasons.
Holliston, senior, QB/DB
Guiding one of the state’s highest-scoring offenses (34.8 ppg), Jeye notched 2,432 passing yards for the Panthers, averaging 18.7 yards per completion. A National Honor Society member, the three-sport captain finished tied for the Division 4 lead in touchdown passes with 24.
Xaverian, senior, LB/RB
Kaminski was the Hawks’ leading rusher with 15 touchdowns, which ranked fourth in Division 1. The Catholic Conference All-Star was also the team’s best linebacker. In the D1 South final, Kaminski rushed for 200 yards and two touchdowns to punch Xaverian’s Super Bowl ticket.
Reading, senior, MLB/FB
Kenneally made 94 tackles and hauled in two interceptions for the Rockets. The senior middle linebacker was the Middlesex League’s defensive player of the year. A three-time league All-Star, Kenneally has 260 tackles for his career.
St. John’s Prep, senior, C
The 6-4, 230-pound lineman anchored the trenches, which allowed the Eagles to rush for 2,014 yards and 31 touchdowns. The line also provided strong pass protection, allowing just two sacks. Lovett, the Catholic Conference Lineman of the Year, will attend Bates College.
Abington, senior, DT/FB
The South Shore League MVP had 84 tackles, 9 sacks, 14 tackles for loss, and 5 forced fumbles to lead a strong Green Wave defense to the Division 5 EMass final. Manning added 36 carries for 235 yards and 5 TDs at fullback.
North Reading, senior, RB/DB
The only player in Eastern Mass. to reach the 200-point plateau, McCarthy established North Reading single-season records in rushing yards (1,926) and total touchdowns (31). The captain also collected seven interceptions at defensive back in leading the Hornets to a 7-4 record.
Mercer was arguably the best linebacker in Division 3. He had 134 tackles, forced 8 fumbles, and had 3 interceptions as Melrose made it all the way to the Division 3 state semifinals. He was the Middlesex Freedom MVP and finished with 290 tackles for his career.
Central Catholic, junior, QB/DB
The Tewksbury native passed for 1,810 yards and 15 touchdowns, and rushed for 710 yards and 14 scores to help Central Catholic capture the Division 1 title. Milano, also a league All-Star as a sophomore, completed 57 percent of his passes this year.
Barnstable, senior, RB/OLB
Murphy was a standout offensive player for the Red Raiders. The senior rushed for 1,110 yards and had 269 yards receiving. The running back scored 20 touchdowns (17 rushing, 2 receiving, 1 interception return). At outside linebacker, Murphy had 58 tackles and 4.5 sacks.
Needham, senior, RB/S
Panepinto led Division 2 with a school-record 27 touchdowns, seven more than any other Div. 2 player. The senior running back rushed for 1,754 yards on 187 carries and finished his career as the Rockets’ all-time leading rusher (4,048 yards) and scorer (55 TDs).
Waltham, senior, S/QB
The DCL’s offensive player of the year was the catalyst of Waltham’s run to the D2 North title. The safety notched three interceptions and three fumble recoveries. At quarterback, Parello tossed for 838 yards and eight touchdowns and rushed for 565 yards and six scores.
Arlington, junior, TB/S
Roche did it all for the Spy Ponders. He combined for 1,655 all-purpose yards and 16 total touchdowns to become the Middlesex Liberty MVP. He also had 55 tackles and two interceptions on defense from his safety spot. Roche also plays basketball and baseball.
Bishop Fenwick, junior, RB/DE
An imposing force in the backfield, Rushins finished the year with 169 carries for 1,464 yards (8.6 yards per carry) and 23 touchdowns. The junior is a three-time Catholic Central League All-Star, and has amassed 3,888 career yards (second in school history) and 50 touchdowns.
Medway, senior, OL/DL
Standing 6-4, 285 pounds, Sheehan was a stalwart on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Mustangs, earning the senior the title of Tri-Valley Large Lineman of the Year. A two-time league All-Star, Sheehan has aspirations of playing in college.
St. Sebastian’s, senior, RB/LB
Strachan racked up 556 yards and 10 touchdowns on the year and had 81 tackles on defense, including 10 for loss. Strachan was chosen as the ISL Co-MVP and started all four years. He had a number of FBS offers, and has verbally committed to Boston College.
Tewksbury, junior, RB/SS
Sullivan rushed 170 times for 1,285 yards and 20 touchdowns, while also adding 20 receptions for 250 yards and two scores, to become the Merrimack Valley Division 2 Offensive Player of the Year. He also added 90 tackles, 6 interceptions, and 2 forced fumbles.
Dennis-Yarmouth, senior, QB/DB
Tyler flourished in his second full season commanding the Dolphins’ spread offense. The senior passed for 1,884 yards and 22 touchdowns in addition to rushing for 900 yards and 10 scores. He is also a member of the basketball team.
Marblehead, junior, RB/OLB
Tyrrell was voted the NEC MVP after rushing for 1,932 yards and 27 total touchdowns, tied for most in Division 3. He now has 2,582 yards for his career to go along with 35 TDs. He is committed to Notre Dame for lacrosse and has a 3.8 GPA.
Miguel Villar Perez
Mansfield, senior, RB/DB
The shifty running back did it all for the Super Bowl champion Hornets. Villar Perez totaled 18 touchdowns (12 rushing, six receiving) and over 1,400 yards (1,008 rushing, 465 receiving) on 172 touches. He also was the primary kick returner.
BC High, , TE/LB
Walsh was the driving force behind BC High’s stout defense, recording 86 tackles as he earned the Catholic Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors. He also possessed great versatility at the tight end position. Walsh, a Milton native, is undecided on his college plans.
Attleboro, senior, QB
Walsh had a stellar season under center, passing for 2,026 yards for school single-season record 29 touchdowns, while rushing for 622 yards and five scores to lead Attleboro to the Division 1 South final. He leaves the school’s all-time leader in TD passes (43).
Beverly, senior, RB/LB
White’s 27 touchdowns not only tied for the most in Division 3, but accounted for more than half of Beverly’s total points. He racked up 1,782 yards to eclipse the school’s single-season rushing mark, and White rushed for over 100 yards in all 11 games this season.
Mansfield, senior, QB
Wisnieski tossed for 2,541 yards and 27 touchdowns on the way to leading Mansfield to an undefeated season (13-0) and the Division 2 Super Bowl title. The Hockomock League MVP finished his career with 4,300 yards passing and 45 touchdowns.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: Central Catholic
In his 17th year at the helm, Adamopoulos guided the Raiders (11-1) to a Division 1 Super Bowl title and their sixth Merrimack Valley title, despite losing all five starting offensive linemen from the prior season. The Pentucket graduate (1977) has a 123-62 career record.
Division 2: Mansfield
Redding led Mansfield to the Division 2 Super Bowl crown and a perfect 13-0 record. In his 26 years at the helm, he has amassed seven Super Bowl titles. Redding now boasts a career record of 217-66-3.
Division 3NE: Tewksbury
Aylward helped lead the Redmen to the Division 3 state title with a perfect 13-0 season, capped by a 42-14 win over Plymouth South in the Super Bowl. He is 102-82-1 in 17 seasons as coach of his alma mater (1987).
Division 4: Dennis-Yarmouth
In his 13th season as coach, Funk guided the Dolphins to a 10-3 record and their second Super Bowl berth in three seasons. Funk, also the baseball coach, has guided the Dolphins to a 39-9 record over the last four seasons.
Division 5: Bishop Fenwick
In his 16th year as coach, Woods led the Crusaders to a Division 5 Super Bowl title to cap off a 13-0 season. This is Fenwick’s third state championship, all under Woods, who has a 118-63 career record.
Division 6: Cohasset
In eight years at the helm for Coahasset, the URI grad reeled off seven consecutive winning seasons, including two South Shore League titles and a 2013 Div. 6 EMass championship as the Skippers appeared in their first ever Super Bowl in school history.
Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Casey Allen, Mike Dunn, Spike Elizondo, Chip Evangelista, L.K. Metz, Spencer Tyler. Falmouth: Blake Murphy, Ryan Rocci. Marshfield: Matt Benson, Aidan Beresford, Ben Joyal. Nauset: Liam Bailey, Kyle Cambone, Frankie DeStefano, Jimmy Sullivan, Austin Ziemba. Plymouth North: Christian Carr, Pat Danner, Trevor Devlin, Patrick Hicks, Cody Parks, Colby Randell. Plymouth South: Matt Bremis, Shaun Duncombe, Brendan Harty, Dylan Oxsen, Anthony Schena, Zach Tilson. Sandwich: Marc Petersen, John Stanton.
Bay State — Braintree: Craig Barry, Matt Darling, Ryan Houlihan. Brookline: Alex Jaynes. Dedham: Raheem Powell, Daron Stephen. Framingham: Tristen Perez, Drew Siflinger, Zack Winkleman. Milton: Leroy Goodman, Chula Loomis, Zack Mazzarella, Calwyn Morris, Jonathan Pierre. Natick: Mike Abbruzzese, Gus Black, Andrew Boynton, TJ Collins, Troy Flutie, Lee Griesmer, Keith Gusmini, Alex Hilger, Nick Olson. Needham: John Bernard, Ryan Charter, Mike Elcock, Zach Kohl, Mike Manigavit, Cody Mosgrove, Michael Panepinto, Rashawn Wise. Newton North: Jack Boucher, Joseph Denucci, Kyle Rich, Jermel Wright. Norwood: Mike Doliner, Zac Pungitore, Joey Rydzewski. Walpole: Steve Cuqua, Noah Kung, Jack Lavanchy, Matt Ordway. Wellesley: Jack Dolan, Matt Dziama, John Fadule, Brian Pedersen. Weymouth: Ryan Ainslie, James Bradley, Derrell Fernandez, Ryan Gunther, David Harrison, Dan Johnston, Matt Long, Tyler O’Brien, Jon Pickering.
Big Three — Brockton: Justin Ahanon, Ryan Clifford, Joao DaSilva, Berson Desroses, Aaron LeClair, Aaron Monteiro, Jason Monteiro, Giovanni Pimentel, Kerry Raymond, Walker Smith, Dean Vacca, Jamal Williams. Durfee: Aforni Chavennes, Michael Correia, Cody LaPointe, Andre Torres, John Torres, Jaren Vieira. New Bedford: Chandler Debrosse, Hector Diaz, Hunter Fluegel, Tyler Jacobs, Kevin Nunes, Doug Pimental, Andrew Rapoza, Henry Sestayo, Ta’Shawn Williams.
Boston City — Boston English: Emmanuel Almonte, Matao Calloway, Isiah Johnson. Brighton: Jalen Apperwhite, Nixon Marcellon, Ezikiel Mercer-McDowell. Burke: Rayhan Abdur-Rahman, Brandon Newell, Izaah Santos. Charlestown: Ibrahima Diallo, Donnell Dunn, Brandon Scott. Dorchester: Demetrius Leary, Trevaughn McCoy, Leon Sealy. East Boston: Jake Hardy, Connor Henry, Vincent LaPore. Latin Academy: Kyle Dance, Chinedu Igbokwe, Devaughn Riley. Madison Park: Anthony Cannady, Raymond Gonzalez, Kevon Patterson. New Mission: Darian Amado, Daniel Nkwah, Sochika Nzerem. O’Bryant: Ajani Alfred-McFall, Tobi Fashemi, Mehki Williams. South Boston: Robert King, Derron Stone. West Roxbury: Ruel De La Rosa, Michael Obianigwe, Raymond Tejeda.
Cape Ann — Amesbury: Ben Cullen, Daniel Norton, Patrick Scanlon, Mac Short. Georgetown: Patrick Bjork, Matt Prescott, Brandon Willis. Hamilton-Wenham: Ian Dickey, Peter Duval, Christian Ecker, Nolan Wilson. Ipswich: Kyle Blomster, Derek Chamberlain, Nate Glaster. Lynnfield: David Adams, Anthony Costa, Domenic Costa, Matt Kramich, Kyle McGah. Manchester Essex: Seth Cohen, Will Davis, Chris Dumont, Doug Rodier. Masconomet: Austin Cashin, MacKenzie Cashin, Corey Tines, Michael Tivinis. Newburyport: Drew Beaupre, Trevor Bradbury, Dillon Guthro, Ethan Northey. North Reading: Ryan Boucher, CJ McCarthy, Nic O’Connell. Pentucket: D.J. Engelke, Reid Garrant, Chad Legault, Jeff Porter, Josh Wesolowski. Saugus: Dan Cacciola, Brandon Grocki, Justin Winn. Triton: Luke Boyle, Pat Moran, Justin Spillane, Bradley Whitman.
Catholic Central — Archbishop Williams: Adam Burnes, Ryan Earle, Derek Khnaizir, Kylan Philbert-Richardson. Arlington Catholic: Kyle Bairos, Matt Wesoloski, Greg Whelan. Austin Prep: Dan Catalano, Damian Dell’Anno, Peter Diorio, Nicholas Mulcahy, Jonathan Saurman, Adam Westervelt. Bishop Fenwick: Nick Bona, Kevin Hannon, David Hurley, Tyler Kaufman, Charlie Maistrellis, Tom Parsons, Eric Razney, Rufus Rushins, James Traversy. Cardinal Spellman: Matt Anastasi, Bryan Barry, James Belton, Rory Donovan, Austin Joseph, John Edward Sagun, Chris Toomey. Cathedral: D.J. Beasley, Jermal Brevard-Jackson, Bryan Cedeno, Khalik Clerville, Marquiez Correa, Nikko Daughtry, Trehme Haney, Tharzan Lauore, Elijah Marcelo, Cameron Seemore, Justice Turner, Malik Voyard. Lowell Catholic: Nick Cervizzi, Brent McCarthy, Aaron Monahan, Kyle Rafferty, Andrew Rogers, Jerome Seglah, Evan Sepulveda, Connor Sullivan, James Sullivan, Chris Tamukedde. Marian: Frankie Damata, Garrett Dupre, Greg Estes, Josh O’Connell, Ethan Smith, Damari Yarrell. Matignon: Akeem Anderson, Berlino Felix, Juan Gallego, Badara Treore. Pope John Paul II: Ryan Barabe, Tom Cooper, Steve Grogan, Austin Houlihan, Brady Jones, Diego Meritus, Billy Satkavich, Matthew Soucie, Matt Thacher, Jonny Warden. St. Clement: Casey Baptiste, Khaneil Bruce, Marcus Carvalho, Paul Catalano, Larnel Coleman, Deron Hines, Macallen Marcellin, Junior Oyaronbi, Will Rennie, Connor Sullivan, Michael Sullivan, Brandon Williams. St. Joseph’s Prep: Tim Buccelli, Brandon Furlan, Marc Kenoi. St. Mary’s: John Gaeta, Rodolfo Jiminez, Brent Lozzi, Jordan Manthorne, Connor Sakowich.
Catholic Conference — BC High: Ismail Asongwed, Steve Dicienzo, Yacoub Dobieb, Rory Keohane, Jonathan Lilly, Steve Roche, Chris Solis, Connor Walsh. Catholic Memorial: Curt Bletzer, Kevin Bletzer, Kevin Claflin, Trevor Cooley, Connor Peck, Sean Sullivan. Malden Catholic: Kellen Field, Alex Massa, Ladi Olatunbosun, Jason Woods. St. John’s Prep: Jake Burt, Michael Fawehinmi, Michael Geaslen, Sean Lovett, Logan Mahoney, Owen Rockett, Johnathan Thomas. Xaverian: Nick Colantuoni, Jake Farrell, Joseph Gaziano, Shayne Kaminski, Kenny Kern, AJ King, Jeff Perez, Noah Sorrento, Damion Wood.
Commonwealth — Chelsea: Christian Calix, Anthony Cuellar, Lucas DeOliveira, Kalvin Duran, Francisco Mercedes, Josue Sanchez. Greater Lawrence: Yoel Batista, Brandon Nichols, Ellicen Pena, Angel Ramos. Greater Lowell: Nick Belley, Luis Medina, RJ Stokes. Lynn Tech: Roberto Brown, Michael Chiapperani, Billy Ferrara, Nelson Lopez, Rafy Lora. Minuteman: Matt Ball, Braeden Kerins, Zahir Ramsey, Devante Thorton. Mystic Valley: Robbie Cummings, James LoChirco, Devin Pierce. North Shore: Dan Bailey, Brent Campbell, Ian LaFavour, Paul Lazzaro, Ross Murphy, Bryan Raustad, John Sabbio, Yordany Sanchez. Northeast: Nick Giangregorio, Tom Hagerty, Mike Hill, Marvey Mathurin, Christian Perez, Kevin Rosado, Israel Silva, Troy Tartarini. Shawsheen: Jim Derochers, Nick Hoar, Sean Maguire, Brian Neal, Chase Rebidue. Whittier: Ian Beauchesene, Scott Bonneau, Connor Bradley, Jaylin Deveau, Dave Sachs, Jesus Sanchez, Sidney Taylor.
Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Kile Anestis, Hunter Arnold, Jack Hoggard, Nick Moore, Emon Purkayastha, Thomas Saponaro, Will Tejeda, Barry Wolfson. Bedford: Olan Abner, Kevin Allen, Ryan Clasby, Billy Eliason, Mike Hayes, Aaron Lee, Bobby McDonald. Boston Latin: Elvis Antigua, Roy Bahnam, Roy Bohnam, Sebastien D’Amico, Peter Honzik, Jake O’Toole. Concord-Carlisle: Will Blumenberg, Patrick Crowley, Austin Hoey, Marlowe Scott, Matt Shenton. Lincoln-Sudbury: Eric Jones, Greg Roder, John Sexton, Sid Warrenbrand, Mike Yenke. Newton South: Tyrus Bergenson, Ethan Meyer, Mason Spence. Waltham: Harout Abkarian, Randy Alay, Brendan Bonadio, Erik Goguen, Kenny Martinez, Kens Morantus, Dana Parello, Sean Reynolds. Wayland: Ryan Bache, Jake Baxter, Ben Boschetto, Matt Cramer, Robert Jones, Eric MacLean, Robert Williams, Roby Williams. Westford: Alex Antes, Tyler Arsenault, Ryan Pocock, Will Puduski, Ben Rodman. Weston: Maurice Blake, Greg Fligor, Jeffrey Ivery-Mallard, Brett Rowe.
Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Isaiah Douglas, Joseph Geraghty, Patrick Hodge, Benjamin Kenney, Brendan Mulligan. Bishop Stang: Matthew Golden, Jack Landry, Connor MacGregor, Kevin O’Brien, Jared Zaniewski. Coyle & Cassidy: Joshua Cobb, Robert Rosen, Frank Trojano. Martha’s Vineyard: Lochlund Chimes, Andrew Jacobs-Walsh, Aaron Lowe, Kyle Stobie, Joe Turney. Somerset Berkley: Jacob Cabana, Zachary Estrella, Daniel Matanes, Ross Mello, Christopher Wood.
Evergreen — Dexter: Luke Cuneo, Dan DiNicola, James Hendren, Colin O’Brien, Mark Webber. Hebron (Maine): Naquan Bowline, Josh Boylan, Duane Thompson. Holderness: Jack Kinney, Matt Pettengill, Matt Thomas. Hyde (Conn.): Kenny Grant, Kyle Jordan, Sean Sullins, Omri West. Hyde (Maine): Chris Collins, Jared Jensen, Caleb Jones, Sean Smerczynski. Kents Hill: Luke Arsenault, Trenton SirLouis. New Hampton: Elias Camacho, Matt Dean, Carter Dillon, Ben Kumpf, Eric Lauro. Pingree: Justin Assad, Nino Leone, Kevin Moyette, John Spears. Portsmouth Abbey: Carlin Page, Christopher Weiss. Proctor: Warren Albert, Sam Barrett, Calvin Johnstone, Hunter Luhmann. Tilton: Nick Derocher, Brendan Lovely, Adam Salach.
Greater Boston — Cambridge: Shaquille Anderson, Elijah Booker, Alex Domond, Sean Phillips, Christopher Thomas. Everett: Joe D’Onofrio, Isaiah Davis, Angel Duarte, Lubern Figaro, Marquis Holman, Josh Palmer, C.J. Parvelus, Raheem Wingard. Malden: Joshua Bessey, Anthony Boulay, Keyshawn Bridgeman-Dicks, Matthew Delaney, Danley Exilhomme, Raymond Sainristil. Medford: Justin Allie, Malik McLaren, Tyler McLean, Reggie Thelemaque. Somerville: Phoenix Huertas, Steven Lamisiere, Sergio Rodriguez, Jonathan Santana-Arias.
Hockomock — Attleboro: Tom Burns, Luke Morrison, Brandon Pleas, Tim Walsh. Canton: Matt Bagley. Foxborough: Nolan Rogers, Zach Smith, Luc Valenza. Franklin: Griffin Tighe. King Philip: Mike Cook, Joe Johnston, Brett McEvoy. Mansfield: Michael Hershman, Brendan Hill, Miguel Villar Perez, Kyle Wisnieski, Steve Zieselman. Milford: Pete Schuler. North Attleborough: Jack Blase, Chris Hunter. Oliver Ames: Matt Berksza, Nick Cidado, Chris Duggan, Colin Lozzi, Joe Tepper. Sharon: Adrian Lingo, Travis Somers. Stoughton: Malachi Baugh, Lennox Green, Pat Raeke, Joe Wilder. Taunton: Domingo Jenkins.
ISL — Belmont Hill: Evan Chaletzky, Eric Gustafson, Harry Kraft, Joseph LaLiberte, Gregory Plumb. Brooks: Chris Cervizzi, Geoff Fulgione, Andrew Konovalchik. BB&N: Matt Bonazzoli, Patrick Champagnie, Connor Coady, Mike McCaffrey, Dante Papas, Frankie Williams. Governor’s Academy: Bug Carper, Jesse Gwozdz, Tyler Harrington, Mark Hoffman, James Leary, Brandon Lopez, Tommy Vailas. Groton: John Beatty, Austin Stern. Lawrence Academy: Andrew Crane, Rocco Daigneault, Chris Garrison, Kyle Howes, Austin Luckey. Middlesex: Sam Carlin, Hasani Figueroa, George Morris, Charlie Owen. Milton Academy: Bobby Gilmore, Peter Graves, Drew Jacobs, Luke Macdonald, Matt Morin, Anthony Scurto, Justin Yoon. Nobles: Alex Beach, John Keally, Johnny McCarthy, Teddy Strzetelski, Ryan Vultaggio, Martin Williams. Rivers: Brendan Gates, Matt McDonald, Shaun O’Hare. Roxbury Latin: Kevin Cohee, Duncan Finigan, Mark Goldstein, Sean Lowrie. St. George’s: Sage Hill, Jonathan Lumley. St. Mark’s: Logan Lee, Aaron McLean. St. Paul’s: John Bews, Colin Sequiera, David Smith. St. Sebastian’s: Dan Fulham, Joe Kearney, Will Kenny, John McNamara, Connor Strachan. Thayer: Jack Becker, Quentin Hall.
Mayflower — Bishop Connolly: Drew Keyes, Brian Quinn, Chris Silvia. Blue Hills: Marcus Donahue, Jason Fernandes, William Kiernan, David Neil, Dimitri Revolus. Bristol-Plymouth: Cody Carter, Dan D’Alessio, Dan Garcia, Elijah Jones, Colin McGrath, Brian Rapoza. Diman: Kyle Campanelli, Nate Lloyd, Sam Lloyd, Johnny Padilla, Zack Rodrigues, Aaron Soares. Avon: Sean Manning. Nantucket: Jon Holdgate, Dylan O’Connor, Jake Pearl, Andrew Ray, Colton Robinson, Zac von Kampen. Old Colony: Cole Bernier, Alec Klavecka, Jacob Pringle. South Shore Voc-Tech: Kenny Burns, Hunter Burt, Joseph Draicchio. Southeastern: Joe Hazel, Andrew McElligott. Tri-County: Matthew Donovan. Upper Cape: Issac Cardoso, Dylan Derby, Jon Dumont, Liam Kanaley, Ryan Kiely, Rich Semple. West Bridgewater: Jordan Ames, Paul Chuilli, Jonathan Gentile, Andrew Hinxman, Aaron Pearson.
Merrimack Valley — Andover: Omel Bonilla, Brian Duffy, Will Eikenberry, Matthew Sutliff, Jack Sylvester. Billerica: Jeff Trainor. Central Catholic: Michael Balsamo, Joe Brown, Cody Demers, D’Andre Drummond-Mayrie, Markus Edmunds, Jorge Elias, Bob Kfoury, Mike Milano. Chelmsford: Charlie Calenda, Mike Calicchio, Jeff D’Auria, Devin Lekan, Jonathan Morse, Jake Murphy. Dracut: Tyler Bassett, Jacey Hebert, Ryan Kerrigan. Haverhill: Sammy Al-Zaib, Matt Haskell, Tom Maguire, Phil Panici, John Ramsdell. Lawrence: Xavier Santiago. Lowell: Theo Bryant, Nicolau Coury, Shyheim Cullen, Jack Galvin, Keagan Latta, Ngaiiva Mason, Alex Quintero. Methuen: Austin George-Williams, Evan Lacroix, John Maginnis, Will Weinhold, Kyle Whittaker. North Andover: Collin Couillard, Matt Lannone, Tyler Salois, Robert Shkliew, Tom Stabile, Casey Walsh. Tewksbury: John DeVito, Kevin Dick, Ethan Eloi, Alex Hamilton, Eddie Matovu, John Saunders, James Sullivan.
Middlesex — Arlington: Kyle Coleman, Andrew Cunningham, Lucas Hanley, Frank Roche, Nick Rose, Marco Saenz-Grant, Zach Thomas. Burlington: Shane Farley, Brandon Kelley, Christian Morneweck, Christian Woods. Lexington: Rhett Adley, Thomas Agne, Jeff Costello, Henry Muter. Melrose: Matt DiFronzo, Mike DiRaffaele, Sean Foley, Malik Garrett, Eric Mercer. Reading: Drew Belcher, Andrew Bourque, Bernie Cotter, Rob DiLoreto, John Donnellan, Liam Kenneally. Stoneham: Eric DeMario, Aaron Louis, Darius McPherson, Dylan Owens. Wakefield: Zack Levine, Luke Martin, Mike Melanson, Mike Miller, Derek Oates, John Panzini. Watertown: Matt Donnell, TJ Hairston, David Lucas, Eric Tirrell. Wilmington: Austin Ferreira, James Hill, James O’Regan. Winchester: James Crowther, Stefan Zandbergs. Woburn: Christian Cesvette, Marvin Jean, Chris Jewett, Tyler Joseph, Mihail Vasilev.
Northeastern — Beverly: Zach Duguid, Sam Mulumba, Isaiah White. Danvers: Alex Valles. Gloucester: Jordan Pallazola, Drew Shairs. Lynn Classical: Jordan Brown, Trey Burris, Romario Louidhon, Brad Scuzzarella. Lynn English: Chris Lessard, Zach Lozzi, Chris Tinkham. Marblehead: Brian Daly, Trevor Gelineau, Liam Gillis, Matt Millett, Brooks Tyrrell. Peabody: Cody Wlasuk. Revere: Tommy Portrait. Swampscott: Toby Hale. Winthrop: James Baxter, Jordan Corbett-Frank.
Old Colony — Barnstable: Colby Blaze, Derek Estes, Billy Grimmer, Chris Kennedy, Kristian Lucashensky, Hayden Murphy, Owen Murray, Dereck Pacheco, Jake Palmer, Connor Walsh. Bridgewater-Raynham: Arcel Armstead, Nick Falconeiri, William Fuller, Brandon Gallagher, Ryan Martin, Mike Murano, Anthony Sullivan, Shawn Whitaker. Dartmouth: Eddie Cadorette, Jack McCabe, Nick Simonetti, Tim Smith, Joel Sodeinde, Austin Williams.
Patriot — Duxbury: Matt Boyle, Grant Kramer, Rick Lippard, Hunter Marston, Victor Moitinho, Wes Quinzani, Marcus Urann. Hanover: Elijah Abi-Kheirs, Alex Harper, Dylan O’Neil, Dean Prouty, Chris Rosinski. Hingham: Sam Benger, John Kay. Middleborough: Taylor Frazier, Brandon Jackson, Paul Sances. North Quincy: Antoine Allen, Vinny Tran. Pembroke: Cory Brandon, Alden Graham, Kyle Horn. Quincy: Jahvae Handsome-Fields, Matt Hines, Matt Kozlowski, James Lam, William Young. Scituate: Christian Brady, Brian Cochran, Dawayne Kirton, Devin McCarthy, Noma Okundaye, Scott Radding. Silver Lake: Tyler Costa, Dan Finn, Shayne Rix, Matt Tringali. Whitman-Hanson: Charlie Murphy.
South Coast — Apponequet: Zach Bernard, Westin Cohen, Cam Costa, Andrew Frigault, Matt Michael, Matt Moura. Bourne: Chad Marsh. Case: Felipe Pires. Dighton-Rehoboth: Jacab Juncker, Norman Manchester, Matt Morais, Kyle Rose. Fairhaven: Kevin Albano. Greater New Bedford: Sean Aldrich, Nick Richard, Jacob Tavares, Dakota Whoriskey. Old Rochester: Haydon Bergeron, Nolan Bergeron, Darien Dumond, Frank Hopkins, Jesse Noonan, Richie Phillips. Seekonk: Nick Foley, Chris Pereira, Andrew Rhilinger. Wareham: Owen Braley.
South Shore — Abington: Jon Aprile, Aidan Cawley, Shawn Donovan, Jason Halpin, Scott Jansen, Steve Manning, Matt Whalen. Carver: Chris McGrath, Brandon Rudolph, Jake Spooner. Cohasset: Mickey Barry, Ryan Gillis, Chris Haggerty, Cole Kissick, Rocco Laugelle, Will Lucas, Jack McElgunn. East Bridgewater: Bryce Avery, Nick Gagnon, Owen Harrington, James Shea. Hull: Steven Shaffer, Nick Vasiliadis, Mike Warren. Mashpee: Robert Andrade, Kevin Frye, Jake Martini, Kenny Roche, Ethan West. Monomoy: Jonathan Biggs, Matt Cook, Josh Rosen. Norwell: Dan Hilson, George Williams, Anthony Wood-Casella. Randolph: Emmanuel Neal, Fabian Thames. Rockland: Colin Aylward, Billy Brady, Justin Nguyen, Andy Reardon, Joe Reardon.
Tri-Valley — Ashland: Joe Byrnes, Paul Ferrier, Dillon Martin, David Morrison, Eric Wallace. Bellingham: Wes Kudirka, Jake Marino. Dover-Sherborn: Rogers Boylan, Will Gooch, Chris Miner, Jack Polk, Peter Tarkoy. Holliston: Nick Athy, Austin Barrett, Paul Beling, Joe Bellomo, John doCarmo, Zach Elkinson, Matt Jeye. Hopkinton: Callan Berry, Nick D’Aloia, Drew Donahue, Jordan Jacobs. Medfield: Stephen Ledogar, Matt Patry, Joey Sears, Tommy Sears. Medway: Jeff Greenburg, Tim Huffam, Anthony Parchesky, Kevin Sheehan, Cam Smith. Millis: Chris Ahl, Tyler Angel, Jon Baker, Gavin Bradbury, Matt Fogarty, Tom O’Brien. Norton: Tony Giglio, Matt Hines, Mike Ready, George Reese, Mike Travers, Brad Wry. Westwood: Bo Berluti, Ryan DeMarinis, Chris Eldridge, Chris Hanley, Scott McManus, Brendan Patterson, Thomas Radonich, Danny Roache.