Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this season:
Athletes of the Year
Division 1: St. John’s Prep, RB/FS
Alex Moore, the state’s Gatorade Player of the Year, did it all for the Eagles. He rushed for 857 yards and 14 touchdowns, caught 20 passes for 455 yards and 5 touchdowns, and contributed four interceptions and four forced fumbles on defense.
Division 1A: Barnstable, QB
The 6-4, 225-pound senior moved from receiver to quarterback and led the Red Raiders to the Division 1A Super Bowl. Peabody threw for 2,600 yards and 33 touchdowns with only seven interceptions. Tops in his class, Peabody is considering Princeton, among other Ivy League schools.
Division 2: Reading, QB
Belcher led unbeaten Reading to the Division 2 Super Bowl title, passing for 1,700 yards and 21 touchdowns. The Rockets averaged 32.5 points per game on the way to a 13-0 mark. The Middlesex Liberty MVP also ran for more than 800 yards and 15 scores.
Division 2A: Plymouth South, RB/LB
The Panthers’ explosive junior running back tied for an EMass-leading 40 touchdowns (39 rushing), and added five more against Natick in the Division 2A playoffs. Oxsen gained more than 2,000 yards and led Plymouth South to its first Atlantic Coast League championship.
Division 3: Westwood, QB/DB
Berluti helped lead the Wolverines (8-4) to the Tri-Valley League Large title. The three-sport athlete passed for 1,950 yards and 26 touchdowns (the most in Division 3) while rushing 100 times for 675 yards and three scores in his senior season. He’ll attend Amherst.
Division 3A: Wareham, RB/DB
The leading scorer in Div. 3A, Fernandez tied the school record for touchdowns in a season (24) and set a school career record with 35 scores. A 1,350-yard rusher and starter in the defensive secondary, he led the Vikings to a 9-2 mark.
Division 4: Greater Lawrence, RB/OLB
The centerpiece of the Reggie offense, Rivera broke the 2,000-yard mark and collected 25 touchdowns. For his career Rivera has gained 4,123 yards and scored 46 times. The senior running back also plays on the other side of the ball at linebacker. Rivera is currently uncommitted but does plan on playing football at the college level.
Division 4A: Blue Hills, FB/LB
Burton capped his high school career by rushing for 2,196 yards and 36 touchdowns and scored an EMass-high 258 points. In his three years at Blue Hills, Burton amassed 5,530 rushing yards (sixth in state history) and scored 650 points, third in state history.
Division 5: Latin Academy, QB
The honors student broke the school record for touchdown passes, finishing with 24, and also added eight rushing scores for the Dragons. The junior also enjoys snowboarding and golf.
Division A: Salisbury (Conn.), RB/OLB
Averaging nearly 6 yards per carry, the Salisbury School MVP led his team to a NEPSAC Class A championship. Abdur-Rahman, the Erickson Player of the Year, rushed for 925 yards this season. On defense he accounted for three interceptions for 137 yards and two touchdowns.
Division A: Phillips Exeter
The Class A Offensive Player of the Year finished the fall with 1,763 yards rushing and 18 touchdowns. He also had 21 receptions for 384 yards and two scores. The team captain and MVP, he’s a three-time All New England running back at Exeter.
Division B: Governor’s Academy, QB
Jozokos led Governor’s Academy to another undefeated season with his 1,127 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns. He scored five touchdowns in a 42-27 win over Cheshire Academy in the Tom Flaherty Bowl to cap a perfect season. Jozokos is committed to UNC to play lacrosse.
Division B: Suffield, RB/FS
The 5-11, 190-pound running back did a little bit of everything for unbeaten Suffield Academy. The Colonial League Play of the Year rushed for 1,723 yards and 22 touchdowns, averaging 11.4 yards per carry, and also recorded 30 tackles and had an interception return for a touchdown.
Division C: Portsmouth Abbey, RB/DB
Kreinz gained 1,581 yards and 22 rushing touchdowns on 132 carries this season. He also added three touchdowns on interceptions and two more on kick returns. The Evergreen (South League) Player of the Year will attend the University of Pennsylvania.
Bishop Feehan, senior, RB
The centerpiece in the Shamrocks’ rushing attack, the shifty Allen netted 1,351 yards rushing and found the end zone 17 times for the Super Bowl champs. Also a special teams standout, Allen returned kicks and led EMass with 38 PATs and booted two field goals.
Holliston, senior, RB/LB
Athy was named the Tri-Valley League Large MVP after a terrific senior season. The speedy running back collected 1,175 yards and 18 touchdowns. He was a two-time TVL all-star and a three-year starter for the Panthers.
Millis, junior, OL/DL
6-foot-3-inch, 300-pound Jon Baker dominated both offensive and defensive lines for Millis-Hopedale, leading them to their second consecutive playoff appearance. Baker was the Tri-Valley League Small Lineman of the Year and is being recruited to play at the next level.
Haverhill, senior, RB/LB
Brady’s Division 2-leading 29 touchdowns powered the Hillies to their first winning season since 2001. Haverhill averaged 36.2 points per game behind the versatile running back, who was named the MVC Division 2 Player of the Year. He’ll continue his career in college.
Cathedral, senior, OL/DL
The 6-3, 228-pound Braimah dominated up front for the Division 4A champion Panthers. He racked up 19.5 sacks and 94 tackles, including 22 for a loss. Named the Catholic Central League Small MVP, Braimah finishes as Cathedral’s all-time sack leader with 35.
Reading, senior, OT
The 6-5, 265-pound league All-Star played a significant role on the Rockets’ offensive line and contributed to their unbeaten championship season. The captain’s size benefited Reading and allowed quarterback Drew Belcher to gain 2,500 total yards this year.
Burlington, , RB/LB
A three-year starter, the 5-9, 175-pound back ran for 1,300 yards and 23 touchdowns for the Red Devils. The Middlesex (Freedom) League MVP was the core of a Burlington team that finished 10-2. The captain also played at linebacker on defense.
DePlacido was the tone-setter for the Rams. The senior running back led Shawsheen into the postseason by rushing for 1,421 yards and 17 touchdowns. DePlacido threw for three touchdowns and played stellar defense as he corralled a pair of interceptions, collected 51 tackles, and recovered two fumbles.
Wayland, senior, OL/LB
Devlin was the anchor of a Wayland defense that allowed under 10 points per game. The senior middle linebacker was named the Dual County League Defensive MVP and is a two-time all-star
Beverly, senior, OT/DT
Beverly’s 6-foot, 250-pound two-way lineman was a crucial part of the Panthers’ unbeaten championship season. Dooling, the CAL/NEC Division 2 co-Defensive Player of the Year, finished with 40 tackles and two sacks.
Natick, sophomore, WR
The Redhawks wide receiver had another great year, finishing with 86 catches for 1,550 yards and 23 touchdowns, including two in the Division 2A Super Bowl. Dunlap pushed his two-year total to 155 catches, 35 for touchdowns, for more than 2,700 yards and 41 touchdowns.
Beverly, senior, RB/DB
The CAL/NEC Division 2 MVP rushed for 1,400 yards and 27 touchdowns, leading the Panthers to a Super Bowl title. He is the career leader in touchdowns for Beverly. He contributed in all aspects this season, scoring on two interception returns and two punt returns.
Natick, junior, QB
Flutie passed for 3,168 yards and 35 touchdowns for a Redhawks offense that averaged 31.8 points per game. He also rushed for more than 1,000 rushing yards, with his longest being a 76-yard touchdown run in a win over Weymouth.
Barnstable, senior, WR
The senior receiver had 39 catches for 950 yards and 19 touchdowns this season and added seven interceptions on defense. At 5-10, France used dynamic speed to help Barnstable score 35 points per game. He has yet to decide on college.
Lincoln-Sudbury, senior, RB/LB
Giorgio was a two-way machine for the Warriors, carrying 140 times for 850 yards and 16 touchdowns while making 96 tackles at linebacker. He finished his career with 37 rushing touchdowns and 263 tackles. Giorgio will lacrosse at Fairfield University.
Andover, senior, WR
The senior had 67 catches for 1,160 yards and 9 touchdowns to help the Golden Warriors reach the Division 1 semifinals. He also had six interceptions at defensive back. Heikkinen finished with 114 catches, 1,935 yards, and 22 touchdowns.
Foxborough, senior, RB
The Hockomock League MVP rushed for 1,750 yards and 25 touchdowns, the most in Division 3. The senior running back finished his career with 2,650 yards and 38 touchdowns. He also is a standout for the Warriors’ track team.
Xaverian, senior, DT/RB
Hurst recorded 51 tackles (23 for loss) and 11 sacks to anchor the Hawks’ defensive line. The 6-2, 290-pound Hurst also plowed for five touchdowns as a part-time running back. The Michigan-bound tackle finished with 21 career sacks, 131 tackles, and 7 forced fumbles.
Duxbury, senior, RB/DB
The speedy running back rushed for 1,242 yards and 23 touchdowns this season as Duxbury went 11-0 to win the Patriot Keenan, finishing his Green Dragons’ career with 2,000 yards and 37 touchdowns on the ground. Hurvitz plans to play football at Middlebury College in Vermont.
Lynnfield, senior, OL/DL
A four-year starter, Kibarian was the CAL/NEC Division 4 MVP after recording 49 tackles and six sacks at defensive end while anchoring the offensive line at center. He is bound for Holy Cross in the fall.
Lowell, senior, QB/DB
Latta threw for a school-record 25 touchdowns for 9-2 Lowell. He passed for more than 2,000 yards, and topped 700 yards rushing, with eight more scores. The National Honor Society member is undecided on college plans, but hopes to play baseball.
Roxbury Latin, senior, QB/CB
Lowrie was one of the most prolific passers in New England, throwing for 2,400 yards and 35 touchdowns while also rushing for 600 yards. The ISL MVP finished his career with 5,600 passing yards, 1,600 rushing yards, and 65 touchdowns. He has verbally committed to BC.
Masconomet, senior, DB/RB
Mann did anything to help propel the Chieftains to a CAL/NEC Division 3 title, finishing with 100 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 3 forced fumbles on defense while scoring 14 touchdowns on offense. He is a three-time league All-Star.
Duxbury, senior, LB/FB
The 210-pound linebacker anchored a defense that allowed an average of 11.3 points per game as Duxbury went 11-0 and won the Patriot Keenan title. McCarthy had 115 tackles this season, giving him 304 in his career with the Green Dragons. He also added 12.5 sacks this year.
BC High, senior, OT/OC
The 6-5, 285-pound guard paved the way for the Eagles’ potent running game and was named the Catholic Conference offensive lineman of the year. He will play football at the University of Virginia in the fall.
Bishop Stang, senior, QB/LB
A two-way force for the Spartans, McKeeman recorded 131 tackles and a pick at middle linebacker while racking up 1,427 yards of total offense after moving from running back to QB. The senior accounted for 11 of his team’s 16 touchdowns.
Everett, senior, OL
Montelus helped lead Everett to its third straight Super Bowl victory. Known for his pass-blocking ability, Montelus protected Jonathan DiBiaso during his record-setting campaign in 2011, but transitioned to Everett’s dynamic ground attack this fall. He will attend Notre Dame.
Westford, senior, WR/DB
Mount led the Grey Ghosts’ potent offense with 21 touchdowns while playing quarterback, running back, and wide receiver. The speedy senior finished his three-year varsity career with 44 touchdowns and 3,500 yards.
St. Sebastian’s, senior, WR/DB
O’Malley posted 21 receptions and nine touchdowns at receiver, played safety on the ISL’s top unit, kicked extra points, and returned kicks for a 9-0 squad. An honors student, he also plays lacrosse and hopes to play both sports at Amherst.
Burlington, senior, RB/DB
Alongside Anthony Cruz, O’Diah powered the Red Devils’ offense by running for 1,727 yards and 22 touchdowns as Burlington won the Middlesex Freedom title. The 6-foot, 185-pound back also ended his career as Burlington’s all-time leading rusher, totaling 3,672 yards.
Needham, junior, RB/S
The junior back rushed for 2,085 yards to lead the Riockets and his 26 touchdowns were the most in EMass Division 1. Panepinto, who will captain the Rockets in 2013, has committed to playing lacrosse at UMass-Amherst.
Brockton, senior, OT/DT
Previte was a mainstay on Brockton’s lines, and recorded 50 tackles this season. With the help of Previte, the Boxers’ defense allowed just 13.2 points per game. The 6-2 honor roll student plans to attend prep school in the fall.
Brockton, senior, QB/DB
Operating the Boxers’ triple option attack, Roberts rushed for more than 1,100 yards and 16 touchdowns, while passing for four scores to lead Brockton to the Division 1 Super Bowl. His season-best included 265 rushing yards against New Bedford to clinch the Big Three title.
St. Mary’s, senior, OL/DL
A four-year starter, Rodriguez was the crux of a St. Mary’s defense that led them to the Super Bowl. The Catholic Central Large MVP was part of the Spartan offensive line at right guard. Rodriguez is uncommitted but plans on playing at the next level.
Andover, senior, QB
Scarpa threw for 2,640 yards and 32 touchdowns while rushing for eight more scores to earn Merrimack Valley (Large) MVP honors. He finished his career with 53 touchdown passes and 4,310 yards. Scarpa will play at Elon University in the fall.
Sharon, senior, LB
Schiff’s impact on defense played an extremely crucial part in Sharon’s championship season. The dedicated linebacker, Hockomock defensive MVP, had 154 tackles, and four forced fumbles. His coach called Schiff the best player in Sharon history.
St. John’s Prep, junior, RB
Thomas rushed for 1,794 yards and 15 touchdowns on 220 carries to help the Eagles capture the Division 1 Super Bowl title. The junior back also caught nine passes for 153 yards and three TDs. The honor roll student has rushed for 2,900 yards in his career.
Everett, senior, WR
The Crimson Tide’s 5-10, 170-pound running back led Everett to its third straight championship with 124 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the Division 1A Super Bowl. Washington was one of Everett’s main offensive weapons, scoring 23 touchdowns for an offense that averaged 32.6 points per game.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: St. John’s Prep
In his 29th season at the helm, O’Leary guided the Eagles to an 11-1 record and a Division 1 Super Bowl title, his first since 1997. O’Leary earned his 200th win against Andover in the Division 1 semifinals.
Division 1A: Barnstable
The second-year head coach led the Red Raiders to an 11-1 record, an Old Colony League title, and the Division 1A Super Bowl. Whidden, also the school’s lacrosse coach, is 19-6 in two years at Barnstable.
Division 2: Haverhill
Haverhill had gone 6-49 the past five years before O’Connor turned things around this season, his third as head coach. The Hillies snapped a 32-game losing streak last season and finished 8-3 this year, even making an appearance in the Globe’s Top 20.
Division 2A: Beverly
Bauer led Beverly to its second Super Bowl title in three years, directing this year’s squad to an undefeated season. Their motto this year was finish and they did just that, beating Natick for the title.
Division 3: Sharon
In his second season as head coach of the Eagles, the 26-year-old led the team to its first Super Bowl title in school history. Sharon, the Hockomock (Davenport) champs, finished the year 10-3. Morse now has a 14-9 overall record at the helm for the Eagles.
Division 3A: Bishop Feehan
After a 7-5 campaign in 2011, Smith led the Shamrocks to a 10-2 mark and the Division 3A Super Bowl title. Despite losing eight league all-stars to graduation, Feehan allowed a league-low 6.6 points per game and posted five shutouts.
Division 4: Abington
Kelliher has been at the helm of Abington’s football for 42 years. It has been speculated that the 2012 campaign will be his final, and if it were the case, what a way to go out. Kelliher’s squad was 13-0 and the champions of Division 4. Under Kelliher’s watch the Green Wave has won three Super Bowl titles (2002, 2005, and 2012).
Division 4A: Madison Park
With over 21 years of coaching experience and more than 100 career wins under his belt, the honor for the Dorchester grad is probably long overdue. His tough-love philosophy led the Cardinals to their second league title in three years and their first Super Bowl appearence since 1998.
Division 5: Dorchester
Moran led an undersized, scrappy group of players to an undfeated regular season, and the school’s first Super Bowl appearance since Olympian Calvin Davis donned a Bears jersey in 1989. Moran, a Cathedral grad, peached teamwork and unity all season long, and his players answered the call.
Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Liam Matheson, Matt Petterson, Spencer Tyler, Joe Tyo. Falmouth: Carmen Cifone, Devon Green, Ronnie Zampanti. Marshfield: Robert Keuther, Zach Tedford. Nauset: Dakota Girard, Bubba Kaplan, Jamie Law, Eric Marston, Connor Martin, Ethan McCullough, Jimmy Sullivan, Braden Wilson. Plymouth North: Christian Carr, Alex Potter. Plymouth South: Derek Anderson, Matt Bremis, Dillan Halpin, Brendan Harty, Jason Lamb, Dylan Oxsen, Anthony Schena. Sandwich: Tim Sullivan, Nick Tierney, Zack Wagner.
Bay State — Braintree: Franco DeCazo. Brookline: Scott Cordner. Framingham: Matthew Cronin, Gregory Hicks, Joe Igoe, Mike Stearns. Milton: Andrew Hunt, Kareem Patterson. Natick: Rob Bruseleil, Brian Dunlap, Mike Dunlap, Troy Flutie, Zach Hilger, Nick Lee. Needham: Mitch Hildreth, Tim McCarthy, Mike Panepinto, Nico Panepinto, Dan Sheehan. Norwood: Jon Ciavattone. Walpole: Chris Collins, Cam Hanley, Ricky Ordway, Mike Rando, Steve Thulin. Wellesley: Tucker Morgan, Brian Pederson, Chris Sarni. Weymouth: Ozzy Colarusso, Tim Dennehey, David Harrison, James LaMour, Sean Murphy, Tyler O’Brien.
Big Three — Brockton: Marc Accelon, Jimmeale Alieu, D’Andre Brown, Ricardo Calixte, Jepthe Celestin, Malik Cooley-Walker, Anthony Davis, Kervin Jean-Claude, Ryan Kelley, Aaron LeClair, Levon Merian, Micah Morel, Joe Previte, Austin Roberts, Rodney Thomas. Durfee: Raheem Barzey, Michael Correia, Emmanuel Fernandez. New Bedford: Tyler Arena, Cody Fumo, Darius Gaylor, Mike LaJoie, Ricky Moraes, Kevin Nunes, Mike Rapoza, Carl Santos.
Boston North — Brighton: Jalen Apperwhite, Chris Desanero, Prince Unaegbu. Charlestown: Ibrahima Diallo, Donnell Dunn, Marcelo Holliday. East Boston: Juan Bonilla, Marcellus Etienne, Lyndry Green. Madison Park: Alexis Santiago, Hector Villar. South Boston: Pannell Davis, Sean Hunter, Kingsley Okoye. West Roxbury: Berthony Henri, Jovan Johnson, Michael Obianigwe.
Boston South — Boston English: Jordan Carter, Dhe’Jour Releford, Colin Thompson. Burke: Elvin Perez, Swedeeq Rheddick, Demetrius Richards. Dorchester: Jose Amaro, Darius Patterson, Jeffry Rhodes. Latin Academy: Kyle Dance, Brendan Harriet, Chinedu Igbokwe, Ernest Kellough. New Mission: Darian Amado, Isshiah Coleman, Steven Thomas. O’Bryant: Joseph Farrell, Oloruntobi Fashemi, Sam Martin.
CAL/NEC (Division 1) — Lynn Classical: Justin Avery, Jalen Brown, Jordan Brown, Devon Crayton, Astrel Fort, Wendher Paula, Brad Scuzzarella. Lynn English: Keenan Benton, Isaiah Davis, Zach Lozzi, Josh Michel, Alex Orterga, Jamal Rose, Chris Tinkham. Masconomet: Sean Antonuccio, Mackenzie Cashin, Harry Cwik, Casey Guerrero, Mike MacKay, Dylan Mann, Chris Schleer, Corey Tines, John Tivinis. Peabody: Tyler O’Shea. Revere: Kyle Gotham, Omar Morales, Tommy Portrait, Joe Ritchie.
CAL/NEC (Division 2) — Beverly: Dom Abate, Mike Dooling, Brendan Flaherty, Sam Mulumba, Brian Perry, Kenny Pierce, Ryan Shipp. Danvers: Andy Curtin, Alex Grant, Joe Manson, Connor Morrison, Alex Valles. Gloucester: Devin Hemian, Jason Lattof, Santo Parisi, Drew Shairs. Marblehead: Tyler Bates, Brian Daley, Jeremy Gillis, Zac Kuzner. Salem: Austin Connolly, Christian Dunston, Ben Kapnis, Jared Louf-Woods. Swampscott: Chris Carman, Aaron Cronin, Brian Santry.
CAL/NEC (Division 3) — Amesbury: Thomas Connors, Ben Cullen, Devlin Gobeil, Perry Mroz, Curran O’Connor, Mac Short, Matt Talbot, Jake Taylor. Newburyport: Tyler Cusack, Colton Fontaine, Sam Francis, Dillon Guthro, T.J. Souther. Pentucket: Tim Freiermoth, Mike McCarron, Cody Rothwell. Saugus: Nick Benoit, Jeremy Kane, C.J. Randolph, Tom Trainor. Triton: Travis Kneeland, Joe Ruocco. Winthrop: David Capone, Jordan Corbett-Frank, Daniel Feeley, David Gallo.
CAL/NEC (Division 4) — Hamilton-Wenham: Christian Ecker, Trevor Lyons, Matt Vogus. Lynnfield: D.J. DeGeorge, Andrew Gallo, Michael Karavetsos, Andrew Kibarian, Matt Kramich, Connor Lordan, Kyle McGah, Tyler Palumbo, Alex Pascucci, Alex Roper. North Reading: Ryan Boucher, John Fortes, Carl Lipani, Evan Wade.
Catholic Central (Large) — Archbishop Williams: James Daley, Ryan Earle, Pat McAleney, Andrew McLaughlin, Kylan Philbert-Richardson. Arlington Catholic: Kyle Bairos, David Flett, John Strezzo. Austin Prep: Dan Catalano, Matt Centore, Nick Mulcahy. Bishop Fenwick: Nick Bona, John Coviello, Fran Hannon, Charlie Maistrellis, Eric Razney, Rufus Rushins, Frank Tambini. Cardinal Spellman: Matt Anastasi, Brendan Araighi, Bryan Barry, Drew Belton, Rory Donovan, Austin Joseph, Chris Toomey. St. Mary’s: Scott Betts, Jordan Collier, John Gaeta, Austin Harvey, Rodolfo Jiminez, Nick Lee, Jordan Manthorne, Andres Rodriguez.
Catholic Central (Small) — Cathedral: Derrick Blackwell, Mohammed Braimah, Jermal Brevard-Jackson, Bryan Cedeno, Marquiez Correa, Kadeem Edge, Sean Elad, Rajdel Francois, Shayne Green, Trehme Haney, Kejonte Hickman, Cameron Seemore, Derek Welcome. Lowell Catholic: Nick Cervizzi, Bryan Doughty, Joe Francis, Brent McCarthy, Matt Perrin, Chris Regan, Taylor Rourke, Connor Sullivan, Chris Tamukedde, Chris Underwood, Adam Wentzel. Marian: Kidane Hypolite, Andrew Sharkey, Brendan Walsh, John Walsh. Matignon: Mike Azzalina, Mike Clark, Matt Cummings, Mike Lydon, Ronnie Slager. Pope John: Khaneil Bruce, Joey D’OnoFrio, Jude Mario Josephat, Jean Jospeh, Robert Kamanzi, Nick Mcleod, Mike Sullivan, Manny Wilkerson, Thomas Woodward, John Young. Pope John Paul II: Ryan Barabe, Joe Grogan, Brady Jones, Diego Meritus, John Neal, Billy Satkevich, Matthew Soucie. St. Clement: Casey Baptiste, Andrew Carvahlo, Jesus Gambaro, Junior Oyaronbi, John Posada, Jamey Thompson. St. Joseph’s Prep: Michael Antonelli, Donovan Preston.
Catholic Conference — BC High: Jackson Bockhorst, Dan Collins, Lincoln Collins, Steven DiCienzo, Tim Johnson, Jack McDonald, Mark McGuire. Catholic Memorial: Charlie Aylward, Kevin Bletzer, Dejoin Evans, Peter Ngobidi, Connor Peck. Malden Catholic: Alex Brady, Anthony Finocchiaro, Nathan Mooney, Michael O’Neill, Joe Penta. St. John’s Prep: Lucas Bavaro, Anthony Bongiorno, James Fagan, Corey Jean-Jacques, Gerald Kahari, Tucker Mathers, Alex Moore, Sean Smerczynski, Johnathan Thomas. Xaverian: Mike Brennan, Austin DeCarr, Aidan DesRosiers, Ray Gobbi, Maurice Hurst, Shayne Kaminski, Andrew King, D.J. Pagliuca, Hunter Taute.
Commonwealth (Large) — Greater Lawrence: Jake Barchard, Ryan Caredeo, Steven Gieng, Victor Gonzalez, Caige Nichols, Carge Nichols, Danny Ojeda, Marcos Ortiz, Christian Rivera. Lynn Tech: Roberto Brown, Billy Colon, Kennedy Gomes, Micheal Lora. Northeast: Alejandro Arrano, Kenny Bartolo, Marvey Mathurin, Terrance McKoy, Drew McLaughlin. Shawsheen: Steve Anderson, Matt Benoit, Paul DePlacido, Nick Hoar, Matt Lucia, Mike O’Hearn, Corey Poirier, Devonn Pratt, Devin Summiel. Whittier: Jaylin Deveau, Chirstian Forresta, Tim Malone, Justin Reyes, Dave Sachs, Austin Sciacca.
Commonwealth (Small) — Chelsea: Raul Flores, Angel Gamboni, Jose Martinez. Greater Lowell: Andrew Bergeron, Jovan Cabrera, Jason Hull, Tyler Mahoney, Alex McArdle, Josh Norkiewicz. Mystic Valley: Amro Ali, Alex Bairs, Rob DeSantis. North Shore: Timothy Andersen, Dan Bailey, Denzel Birth, Eric Comeau, Bryan Jackson, Ross Murphy, Jasmany Sanchez, Yordany Sanchez.
Dual County (Large) — Acton-Boxborough: Zach Adgate, Thomas Cotter, Billy Jackman, Jack Perry, Thomas Saponaro. Lincoln-Sudbury: Oliver Baltay, Chris Giorgio, Henry Guild, Jack Hubley, Malik Layne, Dario Morando, Paul Sorbo. Newton South: Pat Fabrizio, Sam Houston-Read, Ethan Meyer, Brian Spink. Waltham: Bobby Cappadona, Junior Cherry, Jacob Duffrene, Erik Gougen, Dylan Lombardi, Derek Saulnier. Westford: Alex Antes, Matt Baker, Brad Cassidy, Andrew Dunne, Justin Mount, Nate Tashjy.
Dual County (Small) — Bedford: Olan Abner, Michael Hayes, Bobby McDonald. Boston Latin: Jhalen Bien-Aime, Sebastien D’Amico, Connor Pease. Concord-Carlisle: Steven Armanetti, Will Blumenberg, Evan Boynton, Tom Crowley. Wayland: Mark Bonner, Ben Boschetto, Matt Devlin, Matt Goddard, Kevin Kelley, Eric MacLean, Dayleon McKenzie, Brian Murtagh. Weston: Deondre Molyneaux, Rajah Nagarajah, Brett Rowe.
Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Matt Allen, Chris Barthe, Seamus Cuddy, Isaiah Douglas, Zach Forget, Matthew Glebus, Mitchell Martin, Matthew Pisano. Bishop Stang: Clayton Lemos-Martin, Tim McGuire, Charlie McKeeman, Nathan Sobral. Coyle & Cassidy: Ryan Grande, Dylan Greene, Mark Schneider. Martha’s Vineyard: Mike Cutrer, Alec Tattersall, Brandon Watkins, Harry West. Somerset Berkley: Jack Amarantes, Ben Beaulieu, Garrett Carlos, Mikey Garrant, Matt Klein, Coty Root, Cole Stafford.
Evergreen — Dexter: Luke Cuneo, James Hendren, Craig Strand, Costa Toubekis. Hebron (Maine): Chad Manchulenko, Jeff Turcotte. Holderness: Seery Doonan, Jesse Ross, Jesus Sanchez, Pete Saunders. Hyde (Conn.): Tyjuan Ekejiuba, Connor McLaughlin, Greg Munetz, Daniel Palmer, Jay Watkins. Hyde (Maine): Steven Dwight, Troy Jones, Terry Norris. Kents Hill: Nelkas Kwemo, Charles Migner. New Hampton: Todd Collier, Matthew Dean, Ken Miyachi, Jeff Peras. Pingree: Nick Antenucci, Jerome Cappadona, Hank Martin, Johnny Spears. Portsmouth Abbey: Steve Foster, Austin Kreinz, Zach Pray, Severin St. Claire. Proctor: Odaine Franklyn, Kyrel Jaundoo, Blake Joppy, John Martin, Ryan Peel. Tilton: Nick Derocher, Jake Froehlich, Chris Kealey. Vermont Academy: Mathieu Loiselle, Janer Reyes.
Greater Boston — Cambridge: Shaquille Anderson, Elijah Booker, Essah Chrisholm, Rafael Guzman Jr., David Maaghul, Sean Phillips, Elijah Scott. Everett: Gilly DeSouza, Jalen Felix, Omar Graziano, John Montelus, Michael Ottersburg, Jeff Soulique, Jakarrie Washington. Malden: Cruz Desrochers, Franklin Huynh, Jake Martino, Devin Naylon, Raymond Sainristil. Medford: Nate Clement, Marc Marino, Jake Porazzo. Somerville: Justin Berry, Ryan Conte, Phoenix Huertas, Anderson Jupiter.
Hockomock (Davenport) — Canton: Elias Camacho, Dexter Green. Foxborough: Kiivone Howard, Drew McGeary, Paul Nader, Luc Valenza. Oliver Ames: Gregory Cummings. Sharon: Sean Asnes, Adam Block, Brad Schiff. Stoughton: Adam Leonard, Aaron Mack, Marcus Middleton, Frank Morris.
Hockomock (Kelley-Rex) — Franklin: Craig Anderson, Robert Dellorco, Nick Zucco. King Philip: Joe Johnston, Brian Jones, Pat Lydon, Sam McDonald, Brett McEvoy. Mansfield: James Comer, Brendan Hill, Antonio Mederios, Robert Rapoza. North Attleborough: Eric Beckwith, Harrison Carmichael, Alex Jette, Ryan Perron, Sean Peters. Taunton: Devon Kellner.
ISL — Belmont Hill: Matt Gustafson, Richard Jarvis, Daniel Wanger. Brooks: Ryan Miles. BB&N: Matt Bonnazolli, Brendan O’Neil, Willie Peoples, Matt Rega, Frank Williams. Governor’s Academy: Bug Carper, Jesse Gwozdz, Tate Jozokos, Ryan Macri, Elijah Morrissey, Austin Smith, Colin Smith. Groton: Adam Harden, Austin Stern. Lawrence Academy: Marcus Backlin, Andrew Crane, Rocco Daigneault, Chris Garrison, Darrien Myers, Jalen Myrie. Middlesex: Nick Andonian, Hasani Figueroa, Nick Kreitler, Nick Widen. Milton Academy: Nick Bland, John Fadule, Drew Jacobs, John Oda-Gallagher, Anthony Scurto, Justin Yoon. Nobles: Alex Beach, John McCarthy, Ryan Vultaggio. Rivers: Brendan Gates, Carlin Haymon, Shaun O’ Hare. Roxbury Latin: Kevin Cohee, Duncan Finigan, Mark Goldstein, Mackay Lowrie, Sean Lowrie, Sean Myers. St. George’s: Tyshon Henderson. St. Mark’s: Matt Golding, Aaron McLean, Mark Upton. St. Paul’s: Richard Bradley, David Decotis, Connor Drinon, Jonathan Eustache, Hopper Hillegas. St. Sebastian’s: Brendan Daly, Pat Healy, Chris Marano, Brian Mullin, Brian O’Malley, Conor Strachan, Brian Wolpe. Thayer: Jack Becker, Aaron Gilmer, Ikena Nwokeji, Bryan Vieira.
Mayflower (Large) — Bishop Connolly: Brandon Gomes, Ryan Kirby. Blue Hills: Vincent Burton, Daryon Calhoun, Steve Doroni, Michael Kelley, Anthony Maura, Kevin O’Callaghan. Bristol-Plymouth: Yosph Ali, Elijah Jones, Andrew LeFebvre, Colin McGrath, Adam Mota, David Nunes. Diman: Michael Cote, Michael Ferreira, James Lesieur, Nate Levesque, Francisco Pimental. Southeastern: Charles Derry, Demetrius Fontes-Semedo, Marco Lopes. Tri-County: Matthew Donovan, James Walsh.
Mayflower (Small) — Avon: Dan MacQuarrie, Sean Manning Holbrook: , Mark Georges, Elou Joseph, Ben Riordan. Nantucket: Terrel Correia, Bryan Depass, Jon Holdgate. Old Colony: Brett Aguiar. South Shore Voc-Tech: Andy Beckwith, Kenneth Burns, Joe Dracchio, Alex Fahie, Raymond McEachen, Jonathan Murphy. Upper Cape: Dylan Derby, Jonathan Dumont, Edgar Eldredge, Andrew Fisher, Greg Hill, Nick Strawn. West Bridgewater: Jordan Ames, Zack Harris, Tom Menton.
Merrimack Valley (Division 1) — Andover: Nathaniel Altman, Andreas Christopolos, Andrew Deloury, Cam Farnham, Jack Flaherty, Will Heikkinen, CJ Scarpa. Billerica: Matt Clifford, Chad DellaPorta, Nick Orekoya. Central Catholic: Ryan Barry, Santino Brancato, Ryan Doherty, D’Andre Drummond-Mayrie, Mark Edmunds, Matt Halaby, Sean Kirchner, Ben Tavitian. Chelmsford: Jeff D’Auria, Matt Rabbito. Lowell: Jack Galvin, Alex Kasirye, Cam Latta, Alex Quintero, Callen Vail.
Merrimack Valley (Division 2) — Dracut: Zach Bassett, Jeff Breen, Pat Noonan, Andrew Richards, Bryant Tuff. Haverhill: Chance Brady, Dan Burrows, Jordan Javier, Tom Maguire, Tommy Morgan. Lawrence: Chris Pena, Jaddiel Polanco, George Urena. Methuen: Colin Langford, Sam Weeks. North Andover: Colin Couillard, Nate Hitchcock, Nick Oswald, Tyler Salois. Tewksbury: Kevin Dick, Alex Hamilton, Ed Matovu, Kyle Pandolph, James Sullivan.
Middlesex (Freedom) — Burlington: Dominic Calliccio, Anthony Cruz, Mike Lockney, Jairair Manoukian, Marcus Odiah, Mark Wods. Melrose: Nick Campbell, Jamie Ferreira, Drew McCormack, Eric Mercer, Bryan Reale. Stoneham: AJ Kirk, Eric Mooney. Wakefield: Mike Amentola, Alec Brown, Conor Coogan, Zack Levine, Michael Miller. Watertown: Joey Farrar, T.J. Hairston, David Lucas, Logan Riley. Wilmington: Jake Gringas.
Middlesex (Liberty) — Arlington: Seth Coiley, Zach Thomas. Lexington: Rhett Adley, Cody Myers, Nick Nerolien. Reading: Drew Belcher, Andrew Bourque, Matthew Comerford, Greg Connery, Alec D’Agostino, Rob DiLoreto, John Donnellan, Peter Fodera, Chris Godwin, Liam Kenneally, Jimmy King, Zack Krugman, Ryan Maney, Alex Valente. Woburn: Jared O’Brien, Rory O’Brien, Dave Pratt, AJ Santiago, Dan Stiffler.
Old Colony — Barnstable: James Burke, Andrew Ellis, Tedaro France, Jason Frieh, Tommy Grimmer, Bryan Hardy, Kevin Hardy, Chris Kennedy, Ryan Litchman, Dylan Morris, Hayden Murphy, Nick Peabody. Bridgewater-Raynham: Aaron Conrad, Brandon Gallagher, Kevin Johnston, Joe MacInnis, Ryan Murphy, Dan Noviello, Spencer Poh, Kevin Wadsworth, Shawn Whitaker. Dartmouth: Mitch Loranger, Tim Smith, Joel Sodeinde.
Patriot (Fisher) — Hanover: Ryan Bennett. Middleborough: Alex Allioth, Andrew Card, Lance Henry. North Quincy: Antoine Allen, Eddie Guinto, Matthew MacPhail, Kevin Pappadopulos. Pembroke: Cory Brandon, Nick Burns, Colin Claflin, Austin Graham, Tom Johnson, Brian Tinkham. Scituate: John Foster, Dawayne Kirton, Noma Okundaye, Mike Stewart, Jack White.
Patriot (Keenan) — Duxbury: Jon Hurvitz, Rob Kosharek, Marshall McCarthy, Sean McCarthy, Wes Quinzani, Jack Sullivan, Mark Trudeau. Hingham: Hunter Brown, Matt Doyle, John Kay, Ricky Sullivan. Quincy: Pete Cedrone, Jalen Green, Jaquan Harris, Alex Heffernan, Jackson Lam. Silver Lake: Nate White. Whitman-Hanson: Dondre James, Jerry Thompson.
South Coast — Apponequet: Weston Cohen, Timothy Dwyer. Bourne: Colin Lanoie, Connor Schmitt. Case: Taylor Furtado. Dighton-Rehoboth: Paul Costa, Liam Hoye, Nathan Kowalski, Riley MacDonald, Chuddy Nwachukwu. Fairhaven: Ryan Baldwin, Kobie Edwards, Connor Flynn, Billy Pires. Greater New Bedford: Jason Lefevre, Trevor Mena, Cory Ponte. Old Rochester: Nolen Bergeron, Richie Phillips. Seekonk: Mike Luti, Nathan Merlin. Wareham: Anthony Abbott, Darien Fernandez, Brett Labonte, Angel Rodriguez, Cody Stahmer.
South Shore — Abington: Brandon Cawley, Matt Diver, Pat Dwyer, Tim Ferguson, Babila Fonkem, Matt Kilmain, Jack Malafronte, Steve Manning, David Manzo. Carver: Chris McGrath, Ryan Zakrzewski. Cohasset: Tim Gillis, Chris Haggerty, Shane Haggerty, Jake Herth, Jack McElgunn. East Bridgewater: Andrew Benson, Mike Gomes, Kevin Lynch, Brett Palaschak, James Shea, Will Venckus. Hull: Sonny Hill, Mack Murphy, Bobby Spitz, Mike Warren, Jon Young. Mashpee: John Benard, Nathan Chrzanowski, Malik Lee, Kenny Roche, Jared Taylor. Norwell: Tom Jensen, George Trebino. Rockland: Andrew Ahern.
Tri-Valley (Large) — Holliston: Max Athy, Nick Athy, Joe Bellomo, Thomas Chipman, Zac Elkinson, Stephen Hennessy, Chris Miller, Charlie Moore. Hopkinton: Tom Aitken, Ryan Bohlin, Nolan Cornu, Jack Lampert, Jake Lehman, Shaun Palmer, Hank Rudden, Erik Strout. Medfield: Arthur D’Angelo, DJ Holman, Jack Papadinoff, John Pendergast, Ryan Spillane. Medway: Anthony Parchesky, Kevin Sheehan. Westwood: Nick Antonellis, Alex Berluti, Bo Berluti, Ryan DeMarinis, Scott McManus.
Tri-Valley (Small) — Ashland: Darius Bowers, Joe Byrnes, David Lynch, David Morrison, Conor Whiteley. Bellingham: Brian Cronan, Wesley Kadirka, Sean Lacasse, Kevin McTomney, Ryan Wilson. Dover-Sherborn: Steve Alessandro, Rogers Boylan, Andy Van Dore. Millis: Chris Ahl, Jon Baker, Sean Heffernan, Ilia Knight, Tim McKay, Andrew Santa Fe, Ian Strom, Bay Tangney. Norton: Joe Colley, Stephen Hudson, Jack Keane, James Keating, Mike Ready, Mike Travers, Brad Wry.