Athletes of the Year
Division 1: Duxbury
The engine behind the Dragons’ run to the state title game, Marrocco stopped 73 percent of shots faced, making 362 saves in his career. His stellar play helped Duxbury concede only 3.5 goals per game. The National Honor Society member will attend Georgetown University in the fall.
Division 2: Medfield
The Tri-Valley League MVP and first-team All-American was the catalyst for the Warriors’ Division 2 state championship run. Treiber recorded a save percentage of 65 and posted a 5.2 goals-against average. The senior goalie will play for Tufts University.
Division 3: Dover-Sherborn
The Tri-Valley League Defensive Player of the Year, Boylan was the heart and soul of the Raiders defense, scooping up 53 ground balls and registering two assists. A three-sport varsity captain, he plans on playing football at Bentley in the fall.
The senior attackman’s 66 goals and 39 assists helped fuel the Colonials’ run to their first Division 1 state title. A two-time Dual County League All-Star, Arnold was also named a first-team All-American. He plans to play lacrosse at Keene State College.
Portsmouth Abbey, senior
A senior captain from Foxborough, Baughan finished his two-year career as a starting goalie with a 22-9 record and two EIL championship titles. He was named a 2014 US Lacrosse All-American and will attend Skidmore College in the fall.
Perhaps the best faceoff man in the state, the senior midfielder won over 81 percent of the draws he took while scoring seven goals and dishing out two assists. The National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society member will attend Williams College.
The senior midfielder/attackman led Nobles to a 12-7 record. He finished with All-America honors after leading the ISL in both assists (46) and total points (90). His 44 goals were good for third in the ISL. Cheek will attend Harvard.
The 6-1, 180-pound defender carried a Hawks defense that held 11 of its final 12 opponents under 10 goals. A two-time Catholic Conference All-Star, Ciolfi also registered one goal and seven assists. The senior plans to attend Northfield Mount Hermon next year.
A three-time All-American, three-time Dual County League All-Star, and two-time All-Scholastic, Drapeau torched opposing defenses to the tune of 86 goals and 56 assists. The attackman’s 445 career points ranks fifth all-time in Massachusetts. He plans to take his talents to Loyola University.
The Baystate League All-Star fueled the Raiders offense, netting 42 goals and helping with 14 assists. A terrific two-way player, Dziama scooped up 92 ground balls, bringing his career total to 240. The senior will attend the University of Virginia.
Name a top midfielder, and more than likely this Tri-Valley League All-Star has shut him down. A second-team All-American, Frasca was a groundball machine, scooping up 107. Also a soccer captain, he plans to attend RPI for engineering.
A first-team Tri-Valley League All-Star and first-team All-American, Gregory netted 49 goals and 32 assists. The junior attackman helped the Raiders win the Division 3 state title in 2012 and 2013 while helping the team to the final this year. He’s committed to Boston University.
The first-team All-American and two-time Dual County League All-Star netted 59 goals and dished 55 assists to help lead the Grey Ghosts to their best record (17-6) in over 10 years. For his career, the attackman finished with 210 points.
The midfielder and captain closed out his lacrosse career by scoring 27 goals and recording seven assists en route to being named the MBIL MVP. Mitchell will attend Middlebury College in the fall, where he hopes to run cross-country.
At 6-5 and 215 pounds, this senior’s imposing frame wreaked havoc on opposing offenses. A two-time Bay State League All-Star and All-American, Mosgrove lettered in his last three years. The honor roll student plans to attend Penn State in the fall.
A two-time Bay State League All-Star, Panepinto was crowned the league’s MVP following this season’s 101-point effort (63 goals, 38 assists). The senior midfielder also starred on the gridiron and is the school’s all-time leading rusher and scorer.
Despite missing five games due to injury, the two-time Dual County League All-Star collected 27 goals and 12 assists while leading the Warriors to the Division 1 North semifinals. Graduating cum laude, Roder was also the recipient of the National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award.
One of the most decorated athletes in the state, the long-stick midfielder is a four-time Dual County League All-Star, three-time All-American, and two-time All-Scholastic. For his career, Sexton had 21 goals and 31 assists. He will attend Notre Dame in the fall.
One of the top defenders in the state, Stauss shut down opponents’ top attackmen game in and game out. The junior first-team All-American was a vital piece to a Green Dragons defense that held all 23 of its opponents to under 10 goals.
A two-time first-team All-American, Ulrich made life tough for opposing offenses. Behind his stifling defense, the Harbormen conceded just 4.7 goals per game over their final 13 contests. The winner of the English Literature Book Award, Ulrich will attend the University of Pennsylvania.
A two-time second-team All-American, Valenza is known for doling out vicious hits on both the lacrosse field and gridiron. The senior defender was a force for the Warriors, earning himself Hockomock League MVP honors. He will attend UMass in the fall.
After playing a vital role in the Hawks’ state title run a year ago, the senior midfielder was equally as impressive this season, scoring 35 goals and handing out 34 assists. A two-time Catholic Conference All-Star and All-American, Wheeler plans to attend Boston University.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: Acton-Boxborough
Ammendolia led the Colonials to a 21-3 record and to the Division 1 state title -- the first in school history. In seven years at Acton-Boxboro, he has a 100-46 record. Ammendolia was a two-time lacrosse All-American at Eastern Connecticut State University.
Division 2: Hingham
The Saint Michael’s College alum led the Harbormen to a 19-6 mark and a spot in the Division 2 state final. Over the past five seasons, Hingham is 98-24 under Todd’s tutelage. The Duxbury High graduate also played lacrosse at St. Michael’s.
Division 3: Hamilton-Wenham
In his first season at the helm, Wedge led the Generals to a 14-6 record, the CAL Baker division crown, and the Division 3 North sectional title. The UMass alum was previously an assistant at Hamilton-Wenham, Dover-Sherborn, and Wellesley.
Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Sean McNamara, Dan Robles. Falmouth: George Armstrong, Jacob Castiglioni. Marshfield: Tim Coletta, Danny Dalton, Matt McHugh, Trevor Scollins, Jack Shaw. Nauset: Jake Howarth, Robert Martin. Plymouth North: Christian Carr, Adam Haughn. Plymouth South: Willy Freeland. Sandwich: Nick Buttafuoco, Zach Gorrasi, Tucker Herndon.
Bay State — Braintree: Billy Cavanaugh. Brookline: Desmond Bayer, Jesse Leung. Framingham: Jake Cotton, Sam Luz. Milton: Connor Richard. Needham: Mike Elcock, Matt Hecker, Danny Jacobs, Zach Kohl, Cody Mosgrove, Michael Panepinto, Jack Walsh, Cam Wolfe. Newton North: Jack Boucher. Norwood: Dan Farrell. Walpole: Andrew Blood, Sean Donnelly. Wellesley: John Caraviello, Tucker Dietrick, Matt Dziama, T.J. Noonan.
Cape & Islands — Pope John Paul II: John Astone, Nate Galvin, Steve Grogan.
Cape Ann — Georgetown: Jackson Fritz. Hamilton-Wenham: Matthew Curran, James Littlefield, Grant Thompson. Ipswich: Jamie Iwanicki. Masconomet: Harry Cwik, Kevin Gilbert, Cam Jung, Aiden Sears. Newburyport: Drew Bourdeau, Dillon Guthro, Matthew Kelleher. Pentucket: Jeff Porter. Triton: Larry Cuddy, Dalton Tzitzon.
Catholic Central — Archbishop Williams: Luke Bernasconi, Adam Burnes, Jack Dunford, Colin Higgins, Pat McPartlin, Nick Menzel, Steve Righini. Arlington Catholic: Luke Amato, Billy Barrett, Aaron Cook, Connor Donovan, Andrew Haytayan, Dylan Morris. Austin Prep: Bobo Carpetner, Anthony Davolio, Kevin Kiley, Brett Mazza, Matt Morgan. Bishop Fenwick: Nick Finan, Tyler Fouhey, Mark Nalesnik, Kyle Russell. Cardinal Spellman: Ralph Grillone, Steven Leonard. Lowell Catholic: Michael Guay, Brent McCarthy, Matt Nachatelo. Marian: Zach Moore, Brendan Walsh, Paul Walter, Alex Zipse. Matignon: Brian Tocci. St. Mary’s: Cam Byrne, Steve Cronin, Mark O’Toole.
Catholic Conference — BC High: Mark Brown, Pat Cronin, Sam Friedman. Catholic Memorial: Kevin Bletzer, Michael Stathopolous. St. John’s Prep: Colin Fahey, Andrew Gallhue, Drew O’Connell. Xaverian: Lukas Buckley, Chris Ciolfi, Jake Cox, DJ Sperzel, Mike Toomey, Jack Wheeler.
Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Hunter Arnold, Gabe Cormier, Joe Cormier, James Gougen, JT Kelly, Chris Wiggins, Austin Wof. Bedford: David Bartkus, Brendan Flynn, Matt Judge. Concord-Carlisle: Jack Barrett, Will Blumenberg, Austin Hoey. Lincoln-Sudbury: Matt Barker, Will Darley, Eric Holden, Greg Roder, John Sexton. Newton South: Lovie Yarmolinsky. Waltham: Joe Marmion, Kevin Snow. Wayland: Cooper Archambault, Lucas Bastarache, Jake Baxter, Thomas Hundley, Jimmy Lampert, Roby Williams. Westford: Evan Beatty, Jay Drapeau, Peter Hargrave, Ryan Hesseltine, Scott McCord, Will Puduski. Weston: Mike Brewer, Will Christianson, Matt Pearlstein, Jack Souminen.
Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Liam Costello, James Giblin, Nicholas Imbriani. Bishop Stang: Jake Bianchini, Conor Hughes, Kevin O’Brien, Ben Tirrell, Jared Zaniewski. Coyle & Cassidy: Lochlund Chimes, Andrew Fournier, Austin Fournier, Spencer Schofield. Martha’s Vineyard: Andrew Taylor, James Tranter.
EIL — Bancroft: Ethan Palermo, David Turley. Beaver Country Day: John Kalnins, Sam Vidal. Berwick: Lucas Michaud, Sam Salvati, Stephen Sherbahn. Concord Academy: Gabe Perez-Putnam. Landmark: Andrew Arcedipane, Anthony Centrella. Lexington Christian: Dara Faleye. Pingree: Carter Rossano, Arjen Streegstra, Maxx Trotsky, CJ White. Portsmouth Abbey: Chris Baughan, Bob Cloughen, Will Locke.
Hockomock — Canton: Matt Bagley, Ben Lodge. Foxborough: Jess Todd, Luc Valenza. Franklin: Kyle Lundren, Mike Sullivan, Connor Trainer, Austin Vail. King Philip: Brett McEvoy, Wes Narewski, John Piatelli. Mansfield: Connor Finnerty. North Attleborough: Connor Mastrapol, Sean Young. Sharon: Andrius Bernotas, Matt Cancian, Josh Rotman.
ISL — Belmont Hill: Max Gustafson, Kyle Parsons, Danny Seibel. Brooks: Tommy Connelly, Geoff Fulgione. BB&N: R.J. Caruso. Governor’s Academy: Larsen Bidstrup, Ryan Caley, Eddie Gilman. Groton: Axel Brown, Will Richardson. Lawrence Academy: Brendan Flanagan. Middlesex: James Burr, Jack Lyne, Michael O’Keeffe. Milton Academy: Jack Cahill. Nobles: J.C. Brassard, Morgan Cheek, Parker McKee. Rivers: Sam Cleveland, Brendan Gates, Josh Kirson. Roxbury Latin: Scott Frankenthaler, Sean Lowrie, Robert Shaw. St. George’s: Miles Matule. St. Mark’s: Owen Allen. St. Paul’s: Chad Morse. St. Sebastian’s: Greg Barletta, Joe Kearney. Thayer: Tyler Blaisdell, Harry Giarrusso, Ryan Pfeffer, Shane Rinkus.
Mayflower — Blue Hills: Marcus Donahue, JT Freedman. Cape Cod Tech: Jon Almonte. Sacred Heart: Steve Fehrm. South Shore Voc-Tech: Dan Campbell, Mike Cook, Shane Coughlin, Domenic Varasso. Southeastern: Nick Drago. Tri-County: Jake Ducharme, Michael Goss, Drew Zaiter. Upper Cape: Dylan Derby, Scottie Paradise, Alex Peterson.
Middlesex (Freedom) — Burlington: Nikko D’Eramo, Chris DeMartinis, Dom Perfetti. Melrose: Tom Calvert, Malik Garrett, Will Mandracchia, Eric Mercer, Alex Surette. Wakefield: Brandon Grinnell, Matt Grinnell, Colin Horrigan, M.J. Urbano. Watertown: Anthony Busconi, Joey Kellano, Matt Murphy. Wilmington: Matt Penney.
Middlesex (Liberty) — Belmont: Trey Butler. Lexington: Rhett Adley, Noah Gilbert. Reading: Andrew Bourque, Ray Cozzi, James Marcucella. Winchester: John Dooley, Pat Gill, Bobby Maccarthy, Julien Nifong, Dan O’Connell, David Troiano, Stefan Zandbergs. Woburn: Trey Butler, Zach Tanner, Sam Ventresca.
Northeastern — Beverly: Nick Albano, Kevin Lally, Ty Martz. Danvers: Jake Allain, Jay Calgano, Matt Flynn, Stephen Ganley. Gloucester: Ian Kennedy. Marblehead: Dean Fader, Liam Gillis, Nathan Malasek, Brooks Tyrrell. Peabody: Josh Fiore, Jason Marshall.
Old Colony — Barnstable: Matt Cicalis, Bo Delaney, Matt Lambert, Mike McDonough, Connor Reid, Nate Yingling. Bridgewater-Raynham: Charlie Driscoll, Nick Ferrigno, Galvin Perry, Connor Reid, Travis Reid, Kyle Taylor. Dartmouth: Logan Crane, Noah Martins, Sean Smialek. Nantucket: James Aloisi, Bryan Depass, Quinn Towne, Zac von Kampen.
Patriot — Duxbury: Brendan Burke, Nick Marrocco, Trevor O’Brien, Wes Quinzani, Liam Stauss, Shane Sullivan. Hanover: John Masse, John Nassif, Dean Prouty, Chris Rosinski. Hingham: Caleb Brodie, Pat Burke, Matt Giarrusso, Jack Ulrich. Scituate: Trevor Ciessau, Mike Glancy, Jake Reynolds, Sean Williams. Silver Lake: Rory Nizolek. Whitman-Hanson: Anthony Politio.
Tri-Valley — Dover-Sherborn: Rogers Boylan, Mark Czeisler, Grant Gregory, Bailey Laidman. Holliston: Zach Elkinson. Medfield: Brian Bissell, Matthew Crowell, Blake Frasca, Jack Isaf, John MacLean, Robert Treiber. Westwood: Scott McManus.