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    2016 Boys’ Hockey All-Scholastics

    Malden Catholic won its fifth Super 8 title this season.
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    Malden Catholic won its fifth Super 8 title this season.

    Players of the Year

    Josh Boulos, Burlington, senior

    The defenseman is an honor-roll student and member of the Red Devils’ Leadership Team. Alongside fellow All-Scholastic Shane O’Halloran, Boulos led the Red Devils to a memorable regular season and a Super 8 berth.

    Kyle Casey, Malden Catholic, junior

    The Catholic Conference All-Star was a Super 8 champion for the second time. Casey was stellar as the Lancers’ last line of defense. In the Super 8 title game, he made plenty of season-saving stops for the Lancers.

    Riley Prattson, Pope Francis, junor

    A prolific scorer on one of the best teams in the state, Prattson led the Cardinals with 25 goals and 28 assists during the regular season. A Providence College commit, Prattson is also a 2015 draft choice of the USHL’s Sioux Falls Stampede.

    Kayser Raei, BC High, senior

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    The MVP of the Catholic Conference, Raei was the most dynamic scorer on one of the state’s best teams. Also an honor-roll student, he tallied 19 goals and 38 assists during the Eagles 17-0-3 regular season.

    Matt Thomson, Reading, junior

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    A Northeastern commit, Thomson led the Rockets to a Super 8 play-in game, tallying 25 goals and 15 assists during the regular season. Also an honor-roll student, Thomson has 50 goals and 33 assists so far in his stellar career.

    Ryan Verrier, Austin Prep, junior

    The defenseman helped the Cougars earn another Super 8 berth, leading his team with 15 goals and 13 assists. Verrier, a junior, will look to lead Austin Prep to a fourth Super 8 appearance next season.

    All-Scholastics

    Derek Adamson, Chelmsford, senior

    The Merrimack Valley MVP registered 21 goals and 19 assists this season while leading the Lions to a 15-4-2 record. He was also the recipient of the MIAA Sportsmanship Award and will attend Assumption in the fall.

    Pat Harrington, Malden Catholic, senior

    The two-time Super 8 champion anchored a Lancers defense that allowed only five goals in five postseason games. Harrington registered 17 points during the regular season and plans to extend his career in college.

    Landon Hasenfuss, Hanover, senior

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    Hasenfuss capped a magnificent career by leading the Indians to a Division 3 state championship. The Patriot League MVP finished with 104 career points, including 13 goals and 31 assists this season. He will attend Suffolk.

    Nick Jasinki, Franklin, senior

    In his only year as the Panthers goalie, Jasincki helped Franklin win its first Division 1 state championship since 1983. He had a .940 save percentage, allowed only 1.39 goals a game, and posted two shutouts in the postseason.

    Kyle Lynch, St. John’s Prep, senior

    Lynch led a dynamic and balanced attack for the Eagles, scoring six goals and assisting on 18 more during the regular season. For his career, which included a Super 8 title in 2015, Lynch had 21 goals and 41 assists.

    John MacLean, Medfield, senior

    In a season that ended in a Division 2 state title for the Warriors, MacLean finished with Tri-Valley League MVP honors and a total of 49 points. Also an All-Scholastic in lacrosse, he will play lacrosse at Boston University next year.

    Dante Maribito, St. Mary’s, junior

    Maribito’s 22 goals and 24 assists were instrumental in the Spartans’ run to the Division 1 title game. Just one away from the 100-point club, Maribito earned MVP honors of the Catholic Central League this season.

    Kyle Martin, St. John’s Prep, senior

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    An All-Scholastic for the second straight year, Martin was the glue for a St. John’s Prep team that came within a goal of a second consecutive Super 8 title. This season, he posted six shutouts and allowed 1.35 goals per game.

    Ian Murphy, BC High, junior

    Murphy played a crucial role in the Eagles’ offense, finishing the regular season with 23 goals and 24 assists. During BC High’s run to the Super 8 semifinals, the forward added another two goals and four assists.

    Shane O’Halloran, Burlington, senior

    O’Halloran shared Middlesex Freedom MVP honors with teammate and All-Scholastic Josh Boulos. A defenseman and a captain, he registered 22 points over the course of a one-loss regular season.

    Christy Redler, Winchester, senior

    Redler was named MVP of the Middlesex Liberty Division. The goalie’s impressive season between the pipes, which included 14 games allowing one or no goals, boosted the Sachems to a division title

    Jake Wise, Central Catholic, sophomore

    Considered one of the best players in the state,Wise has already committed to Boston University. In a season split between the United States’ junior team, Wise still recorded 42 points in 21 games for the Raiders.

    Coaches of the Year

    Division 1A: Phil Antonelli, Malden Catholic

    The long-time assistant has been with the Lancers’ for 17 years, working in his current role since 2005. A 1992 Malden Catholic graduate, Antonelli has been on the bench for all five of the school’s Super 8 titles.

    Division 1: Chris Spillane, Franklin

    A year after losing 21 seniors, Spillane guided what was supposed to be a rebuilding team to the school’s first state title since 1983. In his 19 years at Franklin, Spillane has led the team to the state finals four other times.

    Division 2: Toby Carlow, Medfield

    Under Carlow’s guidance, the Warriors posted a 19-1-5 record and beat Lincoln-Sudbury to claim the Division 2 state championship. Since taking over eight years ago, Carlow has a record of 109-30-17.

    Division 3: Jonathan Abban, Hanover

    A 1990 Hanover graduate, Abban’s Indians won the Division 3 state championship this season, their first since 2007. Through five seasons, Abban’s career record stands at an impressive 60-22-5.

    All-Stars

    Atlantic Coast— Dennis-Yarmouth: Jack Conway, Justin Servidori. Falmouth: Patrick Coyne, Marc Rocheleau, Cam Tobey. Marshfield: Andrew Fithian, Isaiah Jackson, Jack Murphy, Neil Shea. Nauset: Shamus Sullivan. Sandwich: Matthew Brooks, Brady Doherty, Owen Gagnon, Craig Hatfield.

    Bay State — Braintree: Shawn Leslie, Erik MacDonald, David McDonough. Framingham: Tyler Anes, Austan Bellefeuille, Christian Seariac. Milton: Colin Rooney. Natick: Kurt Borgman, Andrew Carr, Sean Haney, Joe Sharib. Newton North: Curtis Judd, Patrick Mullowney. Walpole: James Corcoran. Wellesley: Carter Huff. Weymouth: Brian Chambers, Bobby Coyle.

    Big Three — Brockton: Anthony Paull, Korey Paull, Ian Peterson, Adam Stagnone. Durfee: Ryan Arruda, Cody Botelho, Devin Ferreira, David Piela. New Bedford: Lizzie Blanchard, Ian Dumas, Matt St. John.

    Boston City — East Boston: Thomas Guarino, John Lockhead, Kenny Lockhead. Latin Academy: Ryan Lonergan, Dylan Reilly, Conor Walsh. O’Bryant: Tyler Allen, Martin Farrell, Joseph Kelly.

    Cape Ann — Lynnfield: Dan O’Leary. Newburyport: Tanner Derby, Tyson Gudaittis, Scott Webster. North Reading: Mike Driscoll, Nicholas Ponte, Jared Valade. Pentucket: Cam Wolbach. Triton: Shea Capolupo, Nolan Smith.

    Catholic Central — Archbishop Williams: Alex Dandreta, Cullen Lyne, Reed Mankovsky, Pat Twombly. Arlington Catholic: Matt Anderson, Cam Geary, Kevin Morrissey, Matt Solviletti. Austin Prep: Nick Caffarelli, Louis Finocchiaro, Colin Murphy, Dylan Regan, Ryan Verrier. Bishop Fenwick: Bobby Lombardi, Robert Murphy. Matignon: Will Jennings. St. Mary’s: Anthony Bono, Conor Foley, Dante Maribito, Brady McLaughlin, Eric Pedro, Marc Zampanti.

    Catholic Conference — BC High: Ryan Campbell, Jayson Dobay, Thomas Kramer, C.J. Marshall, Ian Murphy, Brandon Payzant, Kayser Raei, Billy Roche. Catholic Memorial: Brandon Collett, Frank Cosolito, Paul Hardiman, Billy Smith. Malden Catholic: Thomas Albert, Nick Botticelli, Kyle Casey, Matt Ciulla, Justin Collins, Corey Goldstein, Pat Harrington, Sean Wrenn, Matt Yianacopolus. St. John’s Prep: Kyle Hentosh, Christian Kukas, Kyle Lynch, Kyle Martin, Seth Murray, Danny Tighe. Xaverian: Cam Dutra, Justin Laporte, Ryan Lovette, Matty McGlynn, Cam Piorkowski, Nick Shaw.

    Commonwealth — Minuteman: Liam Chapman, Mike Brennan. Nashoba Valley Tech: Brandon Williams, Brendan Conley, Matt Venti. Northeast: Anthony Giuliano, Gino Lanciani, Nicolas Salgado, Zach Sheehy, Steven Wesley. Rockport: Diego Corona, Max Kivekas, Drew Beaulieu, Jameson Kamm. Shawsheen: Griffin Blanch, Zack Buckland, Jason Colletti, Matt Irwin, Jack Stone.

    Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Brendan Barrera, Kyle Browne, Mike Capprini, Sean Dunphy, Mike Geraghty. Bishop Stang: Noah Doerr, Kade Kaminski, Mike Skarbek. Coyle & Cassidy: Robbie Holyoke, Maddie Olsen, Cody Perry. Martha’s Vineyard: Joe Davies, Wyatt Jenkinson, Logan Santos.

    Greater Boston — Everett: Ray Suppa. Medford: Gino DeSimone, Max Porrazzo, Matt Santos. Somerville: Kyle Lentini.

    Hockomock — Attleboro: PJ Elliott. Canton: Matt Lazaro, Jackson Maffeo, Bobby Mullaney, Justin Slocum. Foxborough: Aiden Sullivan. Franklin: Jack Chaffee, Jake Downie, Nick Jasinki, Tyler Oaks. King Philip: Collin Cooke, Clay Geuss, Evan Remmes. Mansfield: Mike Arnold, Anthony Visconti. Milford: Brian Ireland. North Attleborough: Andrew Casson, Zach McGowan. Oliver Ames: Jared Costello, Matt Mancini. Stoughton: Mark Sheehan. Taunton: Tyler Pietrzyk, Nick Terry.

    Mayflower — Blue Hills: Nate Newman. Diman: Cory Mello. Nantucket: Ethan Fay, Simon Johnson. Sacred Heart: Ian Fillion, John Quinn. South Shore Voc-Tech: Tim Cashman. Southeastern: Peter Costa, Mike Prendergast. Tri-County: Chris Boyd.

    Merrimack Valley/Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Chris Joyce, Yanni Pappas, Ricky Yang. Andover: Matt Belluche, Caedon Dillman, Zach Laramie, Steven Schuhwerk, Andrew Soucy. Bedford: Mike Barr, David Bartkus, Josh Parella. Billerica: Cam Climo, Mike Zarro. Boston Latin: Will Ahern, Alex Kibrick, Jimmy O’Leary. Cambridge: Zack Alves, Trevor Daniliuk, Liam Doran. Central Catholic: Sean Brown, Cam Gendron, Andrew Nadeau, Matthew Pasquale, Jake Wise. Chelmsford: Derek Adamson, Blake Alber, Jimmy Connelly, Jake Green, Charles McKelvey, Mario Serra. Dracut: Pat Carney, Kyle Diaz, Kyle Maxim, Brian Smith. Haverhill: Cameron Belanger, Mike Gleason, Kyle Gosselin, Jordan Perez. Lincoln-Sudbury: Myles Cohen, Eric Holden. Lowell: Kevin Ames, Connor Barter, Thomas Hassett. Methuen: Pat Cooper. Newton South: Matthew Aviles, Sergey Bezrukov, Andrew Pratt, Andrew Wales. Tewksbury: Brett Morris, Domenick Raneri, Dario Riparo. Waltham: Brendan Devlin, Stephen Millerick, Peter Simeone. Westford: Matt Ricci. Weston: Bryce Grundy, Ben Hamblett.

    Middlesex — Arlington: Kevin Ouelette, John Pigott, Peter Scheschareg. Belmont: David Bailey. Burlington: Josh Boulos, Nick Howard, Rob McLean, Shane O’Halloran. Reading: Matt Thomson, Kevin Tobin. Stoneham: Nathan Cox, Eddie Doherty. Wakefield: Dylan Melanson. Watertown: Tyler Gardiner, Tyler Poulin. Wilmington: Brian Cavanaugh. Winchester: Christy Redler. Woburn: Justin Alves, Christian Brinkley.

    Northeastern — Lynn Classical: Jack Stafford. Marblehead: Braden Haley, Tim Kalinowski. Winthrop: Noah Hodgkins, Charlie Page.

    Old Colony — Barnstable: Dan Black, Joey DeMayo, Matt Kaski, Nico Lynch. Bridgewater-Raynham: Brian Cellini, Noah Paige, Mike Pyne, Danny Sullivan. Dartmouth: Jack Arruda, Tyler Martin, Scott Shorrock, Garrett Silvia.

    Patriot — Duxbury: Cam Christenson, Kevin Corcoran, Joe Demartino, Ryan Stevens. Hanover: Noah Clapp, Landon Hasenfuss, Bret Parker. North Quincy: Tim Glynn, Matt McDonald. Pembroke: Joey Birolini, Dan Bowen, Billy Hickey, Jake Marani. Plymouth North: Ryan Furtado. Plymouth South: Sean Colbert, C.J. Gustafson, George Thurston. Quincy: Chris Connolly, Pat Quirk. Silver Lake: Josh Chapman. Whitman-Hanson: David Perry, Zach Pike.

    South Coast — Apponequet: Jack Storms. Bourne: Jack Lacasse, Jack Morris, Dawson Prophett, Conner Torpey. Dighton-Rehoboth: Chris Fernandes, Dylan Torres. Greater New Bedford: Zack Berube. Old Rochester: Sam Henrie, Kam Silvia. Wareham: Patrick Hurley, Stephen Toal.

    South Shore — Abington: Anthony Chiavaroli. Cohasset: Michael Cohen, Jimmy Farren, Matt Legge, Aidan McHugh, Liam McHugh, Kyle O’Brien. East Bridgewater: Kyle Brew, Mike Werra. Hull: Pat Richardson. Upper Cape: Jared English. Norwell: Jack Dole, Alex Ferguson, Jack Glennon, Sean McGowan, Joe Trebino, Jack Ward. Rockland: A.J. Clark, Matt Dunn, Mike Flaherty, Chris McHugh.

    Tri-Valley — Bellingham: Nick Dulac. Dover-Sherborn: Cole Condon, Charlie Patriquin. Holliston: Mike Donovan. Hopkinton: Will Abbott, Cam Finlayson. Medfield: Brian Abely, John MacLean, Jonathan Seibel, Matt Treiber. Medway: Andrew Diebus, Mike Purnell, Jake Tomsik. Westwood: Nick Conway, RJ Messino, Nick Murphy, Mike Swirbales.

    How we picked the team

    The All-Scholastic boys’ hockey team was selected by the school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass leagues. Text by Samuel Evers. Photos by Mark Lorenz.