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Division 1: EJ Perry, Andover, QB/DB
The Boston College commit threw 47 TD passes, tying a state record and bringing his career total to 114, second all-time in Massachusetts. The 6-foot-2-inch Perry threw for 3,398 yards and added 1,000 more rushing for Andover.
Division 1A: Grant Chryssicas, Wellesley, RB/OLB
In a 10-1 season, the 6-foot-1-inch senior was a force. Named Bay State Herget MVP, Chryssicas had 98 tackles and 13 sacks from his outside linebacker position, adding 1,600 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns on offense.
Division 2: Bobby Maimaron, Duxbury, QB
The state’s all-time passing leader with 122 touchdowns, Maimaron won back-to-back Patriot League MVP honors, and added a Division 2 Super Bowl title. He finished the season with 40 touchdown passes and 2,621 yards.
Division 2A: Christian Sanfilippo, Gloucester, RB
With more than 2,000 rushing yards and 26 touchdowns, the senior back claimed Northeastern South Player of the Year honors while becoming the all-time leading rusher in Gloucester High history. Sanfilippo also runs track.
Division 3: Patrick Flynn, Hanover, OL/DL
Named Patriot League MVP in 2015, Flynn continued to impress as a senior, opening holes for Brad Rogers as the Indians won the Division 3 Super Bowl. Committed to UNH, the 6-foot-3-inch, 275-pound Flynn added 38 tackles.
Division 3A: Issac Nascimento, Wareham, RB/S
At 5-foot-8, 165-pounds, Nascimento’s 27 touchdowns were a single-season school record. The junior eclipsed 2,000 all-purpose yards, averaging over nine yards per carry and over 25 per reception, adding a pick-six as a safety.
Division 4: Khalil Blair, Cathedral, WR
Blair was key for the Panthers in all aspects of the game. Named the Catholic Central Small MVP as a junior, he scored 31 touchdowns, totaled 200 points, and racked up 2,189 all-purpose yards as the Panthers won the CCS Title.
Division 4A: Brian Espanet, Millis, WR/CB
The Tri-Valley Small MVP had 97 receptions for 1,100 yards and 13 touchdowns while leading Millis to a Division 4A championship. The UNH-bound receiver finished his high school career with 30 touchdowns and 24 interceptions.
Sam Abate, Beverly, senior, RB/DB
The Panthers’ senior back tallied 922 all-purpose yards and 10 touchdowns to help lead his team to the Division 2 state semi. Abate also runs track and plays lacrosse and will be attending Sacred Heart to play lacrosse next year.
Robbie Antonucci, Westwood, senior, RB/WR/OLB
A two-time Tri-Valley League All-Star, Antonucci claimed MVP honors behind his 1,600 all-purpose yards and 17 TDs. The 5-foot-8-inch, 165-pound senior also made an impact as a linebacker, forcing three turnovers.
Hunter Brown, St. John’s Prep, senior, DL/OL/FB
Brown was the key man up-front on both ends in a 7-4 Eagles’ season. The senior snagged Catholic Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year honors while being named to his second conference all-star team.
Nicholas Carpenter, Mashpee, senior, QB
Carpenter finished his career with 35 wins and two state titles. The four-year starter had 1,200 passing yards and 15 TD passes this season as he helped captain Mashpee to a South Shore Tobin title and the Division 4 Super Bowl.
Peter Churchill, Scituate, senior, QB/DB
Leading an offense that averaged 31.4 ppg, the senior passed for 2,777 yards and 29 touchdowns, adding another 463 yards and six scores on the ground. A three-sport athlete, he’s also a member of National Honor Society.
Nick Couhig, Falmouth, senior, QB
Couhig was at the helm in the Clippers’ Super Bowl winning season, throwing for 22 touchdowns and rushing for 15, bringing his career totals to 43 and 38 respectively. The 6-foot-1-inch senior will play baseball at BC.
John DeLuca, King Philip, senior, WR/RB/OLB
In an undefeated season culminating with the Warriors first Super Bowl title, DeLuca led the charge. Formerly a QB, the senior was used as a hybrid, claiming Hockomock MVP for his work as a back, receiver and linebacker.
Devin DeMeritt, Duxbury, senior, RB
The four-year varsity player collected 1,407 all-purpose yards and 23 touchdowns for the Division 2 state champions. Over his career, the 6-foot-1 inch running back has 1,702 yards and 17 touchdowns. He also plays lacrosse.
Nick DiNapoli, Reading, senior, RB/DB
The senior ran for more than 1,000 yards but may have saved his best for Gillette Stadium, rushing for more than 200 yards and two scores in the Division 1A Super Bowl loss to King Philip. For the season, he ran for 15 TDs.
Marvens Fedna, Everett, senior, RB
Author of an ultra-compelling sports story, Fedna came back from a 2015 stabbing to help lead Everett to Super Bowl glory in 2016. The 5-foot-8-inch, 185-pound senior scored his 39th career TD in the championship.
Kellen Field, Malden Catholic, senior, RB/DB
Now forever enshrined in school lore, the 5-foot-11-inch, 180-pound back finished his MC career with 4,388 rushing yards, a Lancers’ record. He scored 13 TDs this fall. Field is also a member of the National Honor Society.
Callum Flanders, Xaverian, senior, TE/DE
A Brown commit, Flanders capped his high school career by taking home Catholic Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors. The senior finished with 46 tackles (18 for loss), nine sacks, and seven hurries.
Sal Frelick, Lexington, junior, QB
Frelick’s season epitomized the dual-threat quarterback moniker. The 5-foot-9-inch, 170-pound BC baseball commit racked up 2,026 passing yards and 31 touchdowns; on the ground Frelick added 21 scores on 1,586 rushing yards.
Calvin Johnson, St. Mary’s, junior, WR/FS
The Catholic Central Large MVP, Johnson put up video game numbers in his junior campaign. The 6-foot, 185-pound receiver led Division 3A with 31 touchdowns, eclipsing 2,000 all-purpose yards and adding three interceptions.
Michael LaFrange, Falmouth, senior, RB/LB
With 1,275 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns, LaFrange was a key figure for the undefeated Clippers, who upended Marblehead in the Division 2A Super Bowl. The 5-foot-6-inch, 170-pound senior amassed 45 career touchdowns.
JC Laguerre, Haverhill, senior, RB
Laguerre was the leader of an offense that powered Haverhill (9-2) to the MVC Division 1 title and a program-defining win over Central Catholic. The 6-foot-1, 208-pound tailback racked up 1,190 yards and 12 TDs this fall.
Jordan McAfee, Everett, senior, QB
At 6-foot-4, 220-pounds, the Connecticut-bound quarterback led a Super Bowl winning offense that averaged more than 38 ppg and never trailed in the playoffs. McAfee threw 27 touchdown passes, including two in the Super Bowl.
Matt McCarthy, North Reading, senior, RB/S
McCarthy shattered school records in his final season, setting marks for career rushing yards (4,439) and touchdowns (63). The 5-foot-11-inch, 190-pound back scored 24 touchdowns in 2016, helping the Hornets to nine wins.
Henry McDonough, Winchester, senior, WR/CB
Coming off an injury his junior season, the 5-foot-11 inch wideout was the top receiver in Division 2. He reeled in 58 catches for 1,270 yards and 15 touchdowns and was a Middlesex League All-Star. McDonough also plays basketball.
Jack McGowan, Catholic Memorial, senior, LB/TE
The Catholic Conference MVP, McGowan made 165 tackles, bringing his career total to 375. At wide receiver, the senior scored 10 TDs on the season. McGowan is a National Honor Society member and will play at Harvard.
Jack McNeil, Marshfield, junior, RB/FS
McNeil impacted both sides of the ball, scoring 21 times and running for more than 1,000 yards and notching 74 tackles from his free safety position. The 6-foot back was a Catholic Conference All-Star before transferring to Marshfield.
Bo Millett, Marblehead, senior, DE/OL/TE
The 6-foot-4-inch, 225-pound disruptor captained Marblehead to the Division 2A final, all while attaining a 3.9 GPA as a National Honor Society member. Millett notched 68 tackles and 13 sacks from defensive end.
Ryan Morris, Tewksbury, senior, FB/LB
The 6-foot, 220-pound fullback rushed for 507 yards and six touchdowns in his senior season and was named the MVC Division 2 MVP. At linebacker, the honor roll student had 65.5 tackles (10 for a loss) and three interceptions.
Mark Mulvaney, Holliston, senior, OL
While the Panthers run to a third straight state championship fell short, the 6-foot-2-inch, 255-pound lineman’s presence was felt in Holliston. Named the Tri-Valley Large Lineman of the Year, Mulvaney was a three-time TVL All-Star.
Scott Murphy, Billerica, senior, DE
The 6-foot-3-inch, 240-pound senior was a force on defense. Murphy collected 86 tackles, including 11.5 sacks and 17 tackles for a loss. An honor roll student, this was only his second season playing high school football.
Bobby Mylod, North Attleborough, , RB/LB
The senior running back collected 1,197 all-purpose yards and 16 touchdowns this season while also having 19 tackles and 14 assists at linebacker, all of which earned him Hockomock Davenport co-MVP honors. He’ll attend Bentley.
Shawn Noel, Bridgewater-Raynham, senior, RB
In a year when the Trojans pulled off their share of upsets, it was Noel who carried the offense, rushing for 1,254 yards and 16 touchdowns. He added 192 receiving yards and a touchdown. He finished with 35 career TDs.
Duval Paul, Everett, senior, DL
The leader of a disruptive Crimson front-seven, Paul finished with 12 sacks and 60 tackles in his senior campaign. In the Division 1 Super Bowl win over Xaverian, the 6-foot-2, 255-pound lineman helped hold the Hawks to one TD.
Scott Peary, Northeast, senior, RB/S
His 2,059 rushing yards, 22 touchdowns and two interceptions earned Peary co-MVP honors in the Commonwealth Large. The 5-foot-11-inch, 157-pound back scored three times in the State Vocational championship.
Mike Pedrini, Melrose, senior, RB
A two-time Middlesex League MVP, the Tufts commit scored 28 times in 2016, bringing his career total to 63. The 5-foot-10-inch, 190-pound back surpassed 2,400 all-purpose yards, bringing his career rushing total to 3,600.
Devon Piccinin, Xaverian, senior, RB/DB
With 1,476 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns, the 5-foot-8-inch back made his mark in 2016. Piccinin’s defining performance came against CM in the Division 1 South playoffs, when the senior scored five TDs in a 34-29 win.
Greg Plunkett, East Bridgewater, senior, WR/DB
The South Shore co-player of the year, the 6-foot-1-inch captain was key for the Vikings. Plunkett caught 10 touchdown passes and had four interceptions, scoring on a 49-yard reception in EB’s Super Bowl win over St. Mary’s.
Samuel Randle, Concord-Carlisle, senior, FB
The 5-foot-8, 195-pound senior fullback led all Division 2 players in scoring with 30 touchdowns. Randle was also awarded the Dual County League Small Offensive MVP. He will play football at Springfield College.
Brad Rogers, Hanover, senior, RB
With 27 TDs, the senior back set Hanover’s single-season scoring record, leading the Indians to the Division 3 title. A Patriot League All-Star, Rogers rushed for 1,453 yards and scored all three TDs in a 21-0 win over Grafton at Gillette.
Trevor van Leer, Lincoln-Sudbury, senior, RB/FS
The senior was named Dual County League Defensive Player of the Year for his exploits at safety. Standing 5-foot-10-inches, van Leer had 82 tackles and snared four interceptions. In the fall, he’ll attend St. Lawrence.
Greg Wood, Braintree, senior, OL/DL
Living up to his 6-foot-1-inch, 265-pound stature, the Bryant-bound lineman captured Bay State Carey MVP honors for his impressive work on both lines. Wood notched 43 tackles (eight for loss) and four sacks.
Division 1: Tim O’Connor, Haverhill
The culmination of much hard work, O’Connor led Haverhill to a 9-2 record and the Merrimack Valley Division 1 title. Starting 22 seniors, the Hillies beat conference foes Central Catholic and Andover in late-season thrillers.
Division 1A: Brian Lee, King Philip
In his 12th season at King Philip, Lee achieved perfection. A 12-0 season and the Warriors first Super Bowl triumph made for a storybook tale, as KP knocked off Reading, 21-18. Lee is now 87-14 on his career.
Division 2: Andrew Morency, Beverly
Following 10 years on the sidelines at Hamilton-Wenham, Morency returned to his alma mater this season, joined with nephew/QB Kevin, and led Beverly to a 9-3 record and the Division 2 North title. His career mark is 63-49.
Division 2A: Derek Almeida, Falmouth
Almeida’s third season leading Falmouth was perfect. The Clippers captured the Atlantic Coast League title and Division 2A Super Bowl, the latter of which came over Marblehead, 34-13. His 13-0 fall gives him a 25-9 career mark.
Division 3: Christopher Landolfi, Hanover
In his four years at Hanover, Landolfi has gone 34-12. In 2016, the Central Conn. State graduate had his best year, leading the Indians to an undefeated season and Division 3 Super Bowl title with a 21-0 win over Grafton.
Division 3A: Matt Durgin, St. Mary’s
Despite falling in the Division 3A Super Bowl, Durgin had much to be proud of after leading the Spartans to the Catholic Central title and an 11-1 record. The URI graduate is now 159-73 in his 20 years of coaching.
Division 4: Randolph Abraham, Brighton
Abraham led the Bengals to a 10-1 record and a Boston City League North title, their fourth straight. A 2000 Brighton graduate, Abraham was twice named Patriots Coach of the Week and guided his team to the Division 4 semifinal.
Division 4A: Dana Olson, Millis
In three seasons as head coach at Millis, Olson led the Mohawks to back-to-back sectional finals before breaking through and capturing the Division 4A title this season. Olson is 25-10 overall, including a Tri-Valley Small title this fall.
Division 1 — Acton-Boxborough: Connor Cates. Andover: Cedric Gillette, EJ Perry, Joe Rockwell. Central Catholic: Carlos Cabrera, Bret Edwards, David Onyemem. Everett: Marvens Fedna, RJ Fialli, Jordan McAfee, Anthony Norcia, Duval Paul, Mike Sainristil. Haverhill: JC Laguerre, Cam McDonald, Broghean McGovern, Jukka Morales. Lexington: Sal Frelick, Spencer Kendall, Ben Quint. Lowell: Anthony Doung. Malden: Isaiah Likely, Jared Martino. Methuen: Bryce Smith. St. John’s Prep: Hunter Brown, Aise Pream, Hayden Rockett, Wes Rockett, Mike Yarin. BC High: Danny Abraham, Connor Cady, TJ Rothmann. Braintree: Drew Caruso, Greg Wood. Brockton: Kingsley Ejiogu-Dike. Catholic Memorial: Matt Marcantano, Jack McGowan, Peter Scibilia. Franklin: Jacob Wolowacki. Newton North: Bryce Adam, John Grady. Weymouth: Derek Thomas. Xaverian: Callum Flanders, Dan Gioioso, Mekhi Henderson, Devon Piccinin, AJ Ryan.
Division 1A — Bridgewater-Raynham: Shawn Noel. King Philip: John DeLuca, Shane Frommer. Marshfield: Jack McNeil, Neal Parry. Wellesley: Grant Chryssicas, Bobby Leonhardt, Jack Tishman. Lincoln-Sudbury: Ethan McCullough, Trevor van Leer. Malden Catholic: Kellen Field. Reading: Corey DiLoreto, Nick DiNapoli. Woburn: Tyler Hayden.
Division 2 — Dartmouth: Cole Jacobsen. Duxbury: Devin DeMeritt, Joe Gooley, Bobby Maimaron, Ryan Reagan. Milford: Blake Hill. North Attleborough: Bobby Mylod, Nick Rajotte. Stoughton: Ryan Sullivan, Izon Swain-Price. Beverly: Sam Abate, Tommy Adams, Hugh Calice, Kyle Chouinard. Billerica: Dean Brooks, Derek Laundry, Scott Murphy. Concord-Carlisle: Samuel Randle. Medford: Benjamin Antoine. Somerville: Chris David, Christopher David. Tewksbury: Ryan Morris, Brandon Winn. Winchester: Henry McDonough.
Division 2A — Falmouth: Nick Couhig, Gates Kelliher, Michael LaFrange, Jean Vasquez. Milton: Owen Keaney, Koby Osazee. Scituate: Peter Churchill, Abel Lopes. Silver Lake: Phil Lashley, Alec Snell. Westwood: Robbie Antonucci. Bedford: Jake Eliason. Danvers: Matt Andreas. Dracut: Mike Levasseur. Gloucester: Christian Sanfilippo. Marblehead: Drew Gally, Aidan Gillis, Jaason Lopez, Bo Millett. Melrose: Mike Pedrini. North Reading: Matt McCarthy.
Division 3 — Amesbury: Cameron Leary. Greater Lowell: Dylan Bogacz, Kyle Lima. Newburyport: Ronnie Mwai. Pentucket: Liam Sheehy. Swampscott: Sean Lahrizi. Triton: John Falasca, Lewis L'Heureux, Liam Spillane. Watertown: Vasken Kebabjian, Zachary Rimsa, Deon Smith. Weston: Aidan McGinty. Ashland: Colin Hanrahan, Joe Schelling. Hanover: Patrick Flynn, Brad Rogers, Wyatt Shisler. Holliston: Spencer Aronson, Sam Athy, Jack Barrett, Mark Mulvaney. Norton: Michael Sheehan.
Division 3A — Archbishop Williams: Casey Earle. Bellingham: Zach Levy. Boston Latin: Griffin Li. Greater Lawrence: Ojany Billiard. Hamilton-Wenham: Cam Peach, Billy Whelan. Lynnfield: Nick Kinnon. Northeast: Scott Peary. St. Mary's: Calvin Johnson, Abraham Toe. Stoneham: Tim Russell. East Bridgewater: Liam LeVangie, Greg Plunkett, Pat Snow. Norwell: Brady Bailey. Wareham: Issac Nascimento.
Division 4 — Case: Brendan Costa. Mashpee: Nicholas Carpenter, Devaun Ford. Nantucket: Travis Demby and Cory Ryder. Seekonk: Matt Heaney. Brighton: Nate Hall, Hughlando Simonds. Cathedral: Khalil Blair. Mystic Valley: Philippe Guerrier, James LoChirco.
Division 4A — Latin Academy: John Teehan. O'Bryant: Emmanuel Exilhomme; Millis: PJ Adams, Brian Espanet, Danny Fallon, Bryce Latosek. Old Colony: Ryan Baker. St. John Paul II: Devan Harrison, Tim Jordan. Upper Cape: David Coakley.
Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Joe Belanger, Jacob Dolan, Alex Robles. Falmouth: Nick Couhig, Gates Kelliher, Michael LaFrange, James Lavin, Trent Leachman, Zach Murphy, Noah Rowell, Jean Vasquez. Marshfield: Nick Banks, Adam Briffett, Chris Mcleod, Jack McNeil, Neal Parry, Brody Reynolds, Brendan Ward. Nauset: James Tooker. Sandwich: Joey Boudrow, James Stack.
Bay State — Braintree: Drew Caruso, Kevin O’Brien, Hao Tran, Greg Wood. Brookline: Sam Feingold-Gardner, Marquis Miller, Amari Withers. Dedham: Maico Abreu, Pat Cochrane, Stephen McDonagh, Thomas McMillan. Framingham: Marcus Elyse, Cameron Haugabrook, Anthony Parisi. Milton: David Brundage, William Crowley, Dan Flores, Omar Fraser, Owen Keaney, Koby Osazee. Natick: Matthew Gastaldo, Bailey McElhinney, Gus Ramstrom, Tim Ramstrom, Jeremy Su, Malik Williams. Needham: John Andre, Kevin Bruce, Joe Bruno, Mike Duffy, Jack Flamand, Jared Sklar, Brendan Smith. Newton North: Bryce Adam, Nathan Alfred, Nate Baronowski, Isaiah Bowden, John Grady, James Hodgson, Nate Klein, Ryan McLaughlin, Noah Neville, David Salazar, Will Thompson. Norwood: Max Kane, Steve Khalil, Rich Watson. Walpole: Charlie Auditore, Zach Conrad, Patrick Kearns, Daniel O’Leary. Wellesley: Grant Chryssicas, Josh Cohen, Toby de Peyster, Jack Dolan, Bobby Leonhardt, Jason Maiona, Jon Refojo, Jack Tishman, Scott Westerman. Weymouth: Zach Bouhov, Aaron Etienne, Gerry Mackin, Kevin O’Brien, Will Spring, Cam Sullivan, Derek Thomas.
Big Three — Brockton: Dion Amado, Luckens Barthelemy, Peter Barthelemy, Keshaun Brown, Matt Caruso, Kingsley Ejiogu-Dike, Pride Favors, Sean King, Joel Monteiro, Jamal Rodrigues, Khoury Smith, Amando Walker. Durfee: Zachary Cardelli, Brenden Cuthill, Chaten Nehra, Lucas Roque, Hunter Salmon, Nick Salmon, Alex Tavares. New Bedford: Chandler Kuehne, Victor Lopez, Tyshawn Monteiro, Nygel Palmer, Edgar Semedo, Anthony Soares.
Boston City — Boston English: Joshua Ifebhor, Kyle Kelley, Shaquille Wharwood. Brighton: Nate Hall, Juan Carlos Pizarro, Hughlando Simonds. Burke: Patrick Culbreath, Alfredo Mercado, Andrew Willians-Crawford. Charlestown: Quarmise Epps, Antonio Penamorillo, Vaughn Skinner III. East Boston: John Dagondon, Brandon Ortega, Joel Pastrana. Latin Academy: Quentin Bethea, Brendan Mannion, John Teehan. Madison Park: Stephon Anderson, Bryan Primus-Winston. New Mission: Danre Cooper, Melchoir Bubba Lynch, William Moreno. O’Bryant: Emmanuel Exilhomme, Ryan Kalayjian, Kobe Smith. South Boston: Marquell Harris, Jahi James, Steve Williams Jr.. Tech Boston: Ajaye Cooper, Stephen Jacques, Jonathan Lambert. West Roxbury: Lequan Davis, DeAndre Evans, Tishon Fortes.
Cape Ann — Amesbury: Scott Franco, Nolan Gouin, Cameron Leary, Zach Prentis. Hamilton-Wenham: Phillip Durgin, Cam Peach, Billy Whelan. Ipswich: Charlie Gillis, Tommy Ginolfi, Tyler Star. Lynnfield: Alex Boustris, Louis Ellis, Kyle Hawes, Nick Kinnon. Manchester Essex: Adam Hantzopolous, Robbie Sarmanian. Masconomet: Paul Baker, Thomas Bennett, Sean Evaul, Declan Judge, Dan Monagle. Newburyport: Rob Federico, Ronnie Mwai, Rob Shay. North Reading: Bobby Donohue, Matt McCarthy, John Merullo, Bob O’Donnell. Pentucket: Robert Porter, Liam Sheehy. Triton: John Falasca, Lewis L’Heureux, Liam Spillane.
Catholic Central — Archbishop Williams: Oronde Alfred, Timmy Chase, Casey Earle, Josh Knoll, Brandon O’Brien, Jack Rega, Tom Veasey. Arlington Catholic: Spencer Burton, Joe Greaney. Austin Prep: Zach Beeley. Bishop Fenwick: Cory Bright, Isaiah Cashwell-Doe, Cam Eon, Jon Gjorga, Luke Hufnagle, Alex Kaupp, Colin Norton. Cardinal Spellman: Andrew Force, Dave Kelly, Jimmy Lysko, Justin Olowu, Alex Tynan. Cathedral: Manny Barboza, Khalil Blair, Jose De Los Santos, Anthony Dinh, Chris Flores, Manny Green, Khamal Headen, Xavian Marrero, Byron Martin, Ajan Nelson, Victor Owens, Randy Williams. Lowell Catholic: Chris Bakas, Mike Canney, Phil Ferreira, Owen Kelley, Tyler Longo, Ryan Mahoney, Jarred Natola, Eric Ouellette, Austin Wentzel. Marian: Emanuel Cappellan, Mukeh Coker-Kallon. Matignon: Jayhai Aubri, Matthew McAllister, Kenneth Rezendes Saint Joseph Prep: , Derek Griffin, AJ Wilshire. St. Clement: Josh Grillo, Fred Popkin, Jesus Rivera, Benjamin Shen, Therry Siede, Mike Thompson, Jazz Valez. St. John Paul II: Cole Campbell, Keith Campbell, Will Coty, Nick Curran, Kevin Flynn, Devan Harrison, Ben Johnson, Tim Jordan, Chris Kennedy, Mike Satkevich, Shay Souza. St. Mary’s: Marcus Atkins, Fred Blaise, James Brumfield, Brendan Donahue, Patrick Henry, Calvin Johnson, Liam Reddy, Cam Sakowich, Joey Silvestri, Abraham Toe.
Catholic Conference — BC High: Danny Abraham, Will Bowen, Kyle Burke, Connor Cady, Bobby Demeo, TJ Rothmann, Pat Watson, Jeff Wolff. Catholic Memorial: Dan Boyle, Emmett Forde, Mike Giacobee, Matt Marcantano, Jack McGowan, Peter Scibilia, Kyle Sonnie. Malden Catholic: Howie Burns, Kyle Chute, Kellen Field, John Fionda, Terrence McGaughey. St. John’s Prep: Brian Barrett, Hunter Brown, Declan Burt, Aise Pream, Hayden Rockett, Wes Rockett, Michael Slattery, James Taylor, Mike Yarin. Xaverian: Matt Cronin, Callum Flanders, Dan Gioioso, Jake Guidone, Mekhi Henderson, Colin Lama, Sam Laurent, Samuel LeSavage, Devon Piccinin, AJ Ryan.
Commonwealth — Chelsea: Tony Bui, Nick Ieng, Bryan Rivas. Essex Tech: Griffin Anderson, Alec Bolstad, Jack Crauley, Jackson Leet, Matt Manfra, Pete Xerras. Greater Lawrence: Leyton Barr, Ojany Billiard, Carlos Duran, Kyle Halloran, Sean Koblenski, Rena Mota, Kyle Vasconcellos, David White. Greater Lowell: Keegan Bishop-Kotarba, Dylan Bogacz, Kyle Lima, Adonis Ngin. Lynn Tech: Mike Brown, Keoni Gaskin, Steffan Gravely, Jason Leup, Brandon Lewis, Adonias Ramirez, Robert Woodley. Minuteman: David Andrade. Mystic Valley: Christian Falzone, Isaiah Granderson, Philippe Guerrier, Hunter Kreis, James LoChirco, Joey LoRusso, Jack Ryan. Northeast: Sam Cantor, Trevor Gillian, Dom Lavino, Jordan Lavino, Nick McLeod, Scott Peary, Austin Perrin, Andrew Smith, Anthony Sousa. Shawsheen: Sam Baker, Scott Burke, Mark Companeschi, Chris Ferrari, Chance Harper, Sean Hines, Chris Lucas, Jake Nardone, Craig Rich. Whittier: Kevin Bradley, Corey Greaney, Aj Marino, Sam Rebinskas, John Rose.
Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Connor Cates, Mark Chudix, Jack Maddox, Liam Murray, Cal Sullivan, Graeme Tobin. Bedford: Jake Eliason, Toby Hart, Corey Kahn, Cam Shelmire. Boston Latin: Lenny Esser, William Jerome, Griffin Li, Mike Litto, Michael Potts. Cambridge: Jovohn Bernard, Jonathan Charles, Reggie Dessources, Andre Domond, Daniel Rymer. Concord-Carlisle: Cooper Ernst, Jaylin Farquharson, DJ Jelin, Samuel Randle, Oneil Williams. Lincoln-Sudbury: Francisco Colon, James Dillon, Chris Kelly, Cal Kenney, Ethan McCullough, Dan Ryan, Curtis Taylor, Trevor van Leer. Newton South: Sasha Hoban, Dylan Meehan. Waltham: Nick Caliri, John Coates, Matt Pintabone, Isaiah Quinones, Kyle Torres. Wayland: Jeremiah Darlington, Sean Devlin, Liam Henning, Wellington Pereira, Ben Robinson, Malvin Santana, Everett Tillett. Westford: Connor Degenhardt, Matt Dulcczewski, Cam Eldridge, Eric Jacobsen. Weston: Aidan McGinty, Michael Sacco.
Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Craig Herson, Devin Jolin, Peter Luongo, Connor O’Brien, William Sarro, Rhett Warner. Bishop Stang: Austin Ajami, Quinn Almeida, Nick Landry, Will Landry, Josh Pierre. Coyle & Cassidy: Owen Brady, Connor Rodriguez, Ben Vaz. Martha’s Vineyard: Lucas DeBettencourt, Zach Moreis, James Sashin, Matteus Scheffer. Somerset Berkley: Garrett Cardoza, Jake Faria, Lucas Faria, Steven Fralick, Nate Holt, Aleksi Olavuo, Logan Souza, Chase Stafford.
Greater Boston — Everett: Helber Fagundes, Marvens Fedna, RJ Fialli, Chris Jenkins, Jason Maitre, Jordan McAfee, Anthony Norcia, Duval Paul, Carlins Platel, Mike Sainristil. Malden: Isaiah Likely, Jared Martino, Josh Simon. Medford: Benjamin Antoine, Jermey Bonina. Somerville: Chris David, Christopher David, Elijah Jeffreys, Shaquielle Joseph, Jiovanny Pierre.
Hockomock — Attleboro: Tyler McGovern, Elvin Sam. Canton: Brian Smith. Foxborough: Joe Bartucca, Trey Guerrini. Franklin: Jacob Wolowacki. King Philip: John DeLuca, Giovanni Fernandez, Shane Frommer, Alex Olsen, Karl Sanuth. Mansfield: Julio Arevalo, Anthony DeGirolamo, Hunter Ferreira, AJ Gibbs, Travis Sjoberg. Milford: Asong Aminmentse, Riley Burns, Blake Hill. North Attleborough: Kyle McCarthy, Bobby Mylod, Chad Peterson, Nick Rajotte, Thomas Reynolds. Oliver Ames: Liston Funai. Sharon: Juvan Elisma. Stoughton: Lino Azul, Andrew Iverson, Ryan Sullivan, Izon Swain-Price. Taunton: John Chretien, Adam McLaughlin.
Mayflower — Bishop Connolly: Bobby Alves, Harold Beckford, Alec Kfoury, Jay McClure, Cameron Reis. Bristol-Plymouth: Brice Blanchard, Tyler Melendez, Nick Power, Justin Stevens, Doug Taylor. Diman: Ashton Begin, Shakim Branch, Bradley Carreiro, Evan Chace, Ryan Lesieur, Douglas Machado. Holbrook: Raymond Boyland, Nickerson Charleccus, Jack Parent. Monomoy: Riley Demanche, Eli Nickerson, Jake Wisniewski. Nantucket: Nick Correia, Travis Demby, JT Gamberoni, Jack Holdgate, Cory Ryder, Alex Small. Old Colony: Ryan Baker. Sacred Heart: PJ Beuttel, D.J. Doncaster, Matt Finn, Jake Lodi, Joe Sullivan. Southeastern: Zach Araujo, Kyle Burns, Anthony Fiorillo, Dante Medero, Rosen Pierre. Tri-County: Adam Garcia, Devantae Ozorio, Joesph Townsend. Upper Cape: David Coakley. West Bridgewater: Derek Buonopane, Matt DeLuca, Christian Keeling, Justin Lavoie, Paul Rozenberg.
Merrimack Valley — Andover: Max Beati, Cedric Gillette, Payton Heidtke, EJ Perry, Joe Rockwell. Billerica: Henri Bahaeghel, Dean Brooks, Gus Gobiel, Derek Laundry, Scott Murphy, Ryan Quinn. Central Catholic: Carlos Cabrera, Ty Donatio, Bret Edwards, Max Faro, David Onyemem. Chelmsford: Matt Dimitrov, Andrew Dolan, Christian Finn, John Gump, Sal Lupoli. Dracut: Nick Carter, David Choate, Allyn French, Mike Levasseur, Josh Salem. Haverhill: Josh Gendron, JC Laguerre, Cam McDonald, Broghean McGovern, Jukka Morales, Ryan Panici, Teshaun Watson. Lawrence: Angel Abreu. Lowell: Anthony Doung, Keith Lynch, Daniel Smith. Methuen: David Kelly, Travis Manick, Jordan Perdomo, Bryce Smith. North Andover: Will Testa, Connor Walsh, Darren Watson. Tewksbury: Sean Barker, Masyn Lorick, Ryan Morris, Joe Rosberg, Aaron Whitehouse, Pat Wild, Brandon Winn.
Middlesex — Arlington: Mike Doherty, Jaden Dottin, Mike Thielbar. Belmont: Cal Christofori, Adam Deese, Ben Jones, Kevin Martin, Ryan Noone, Jake Pollock. Burlington: Dylan Bonfilio, Kyle Forester, Fernando Lamin, Billy Pappas, Matt Ryan. Lexington: Anthony Bianchi, Sal Frelick, Spencer Kendall, Joe Lahiff, James Lane, Ben Quint, Zachary Stevens, Clay Stocker, Sean Sullivan, Josiah White. Melrose: Steven Abbott, Collin Casey, Antonio DiFronzo, Mike Pedrini. Reading: Eric D’Agostino, Anthony D’Avolio, Corey DiLoreto, Nick DiNapoli, Ben Fisher, Jack Gohr. Stoneham: Will Carino, Devon Chase, Shane Collins, Joe Dantona, Paul Jackson, Tre Pignone, Tim Russell. Wakefield: Joe Connell, PJ Iannuzzi, Joe Marinaccio, Alex McKenna, Devin O’Brien, Carmen Sorrentino. Watertown: Brian Canales, Isaac Huff, Vasken Kebabjian, Conor Kennelly, John Korte, Ben Landry, Zachary Rimsa, Deon Smith. Wilmington: Marken Nerestant, Tyler Roberts. Winchester: Patrick Costello, Sam Ducharme, Liam Fitzpatrick, Teddy Lang, Henry McDonough. Woburn: Tyler Hayden, Dan McNeil, Dave McNeil.
Northeastern — Beverly: Sam Abate, Tommy Adams, Hugh Calice, Kyle Chouinard, Johnny Jones, Kevin Morency, Nick Shairs. Danvers: Matt Andreas, Dean Borders, Mike Daras, Quintin Holland, Kieran Moriarty, Kyle Purcell. Gloucester: Kyle Aquiple, Daimon Brown, Eric Cameron, Chris Cassettari, Jermaine Edward, Oliver Emerson, Ryan Gabriele, Jacob Russell, Christian Sanfilippo, Nate Young. Lynn Classical: David Barnard, Chase Buono, Matt Lauria, Dennis Pierce. Lynn English: Jake Miller, Frank Perry, Matt Severence. Marblehead: Harry Craig, Justin Faia, Sam Frontero, Drew Gally, Aidan Gillis, Jaason Lopez, Derek Marino, Bo Millett, Sam Paquette. Peabody: Eric DeMayo, Jake Doherty, Cedric Gutierrez. Revere: John DeSimone, Anthony Destefano, Badr Haou, Jimmy Kioussis, Oscar Lopez, Gabe Martinez, Victor Rivera, Frank Sims, Eddie Sullivan. Salem: Xavier Cole, Nathan Estes, Vinnie Gaskins, Jackson Hanford, Jared Lubas, Jeff Rodriguez. Saugus: Nick Ferrari, Dan Pisaturo, Cam Williamson. Swampscott: Dominic Codispoti, Liam Faulkner, Sean Lahrizi, A.J. Venuti. Winthrop: Calvin Tufa, Christopher Zuffante.
Old Colony — Barnstable: Gui Bezerra, Lou Coccozza, Bryce Conroy, Jack Kennedy, Sam Rosen, Zeb Tilton. Bridgewater-Raynham: Bryce Cohen, Brent Dale, Devante Greaves, James Hanafin, Shawn Noel, Andrew Rubenskas, Bryce Shaw, Matt Willis. Dartmouth: Valentino Aiello, Liam Caulfield, Luke Clark, Nathan Ellis, Cole Jacobsen, Miles Linhares, Colin McCabe, Jordan Medeiros, Kyle Sullivan, Max Szteliga.
Patriot — Duxbury: Chris Chaisson, Devin DeMeritt, Nick Gearin, Joe Gooley, Bobby Maimaron, Ben Quinlan, Ryan Reagan. Hanover: Patrick Flynn, Shawn McGrath, Tim Mullane, Brad Rogers, Wyatt Shisler, Jeffrey Wheeler. Hingham: Sean Murphy, Chris Ryan, Tim Shafter. North Quincy: Tom Koch, Ryan Manning. Pembroke: Bobby Brooks, Brian Burns, Kyle Watts. Plymouth North: Jake Burkhead. Plymouth South: Devin Leahy, Drew Luongo, Zach Paress. Quincy: Gustavo DeSouza. Scituate: Chase Allard, Dylan Brady, Peter Churchill, Abel Lopes, Colin May. Silver Lake: Josh Chapman, Max LaFerrara, Phil Lashley, Matt Powell, Alec Snell. Whitman-Hanson: Anilton Corriea, Riley Holland, Ethan Phelps.
South Coast — Apponequet: Jake Meleski, Chris Nee, Josh Peters. Bourne: Louie Gordon. Case: Brendan Costa, Chris Costa, Dave Silvia. Dighton-Rehoboth: Noah Morris, Dallas Noons, Shawn Pereira, Steven Silvia, Shawn Walsh. Fairhaven: Jon Bulgar. Old Rochester: Cam Hamilton, Grant Reuter, Emo Schiapper, Harry Smith. Seekonk: Isaac Elkhoury, Matt Heaney, Ryan Lamareaux. Wareham: Issac Nascimento, James Thomas.
South Shore — Abington: Matt Dalton, Evan Fanara, Al Freeman, Josh Martin, Cole McMahon. Carver: Andrew Bumpus, Sean Rudolph, Chris Willis. Cohasset: Noah Froio, Jack Mahoney, Xander Schubert, Sam Sullivan. East Bridgewater: Kevin Aylward, Adam Carr, Brian Damon, Mike Khoury, Liam LeVangie, Greg Plunkett, Pat Snow. Hull: Fern Barry, Christian Olivieri. Mashpee: Ben Bohenberger, Nicholas Carpenter, Dominick Fellini, Devaun Ford, Caleb Gonsalves, Jack Rodriguez. Middleborough: Jason Bean, Evan Gwozdz, Colin O’Brien, Jeremy Soule. Norwell: Brady Bailey, Tim Coggins, Bryce Griffin, John Thorbahn, Tommy Wallace. Randolph: Kahlil Bowens, Patrick Mette. Rockland: Matt Dunn, John Goode, John Macdonald.
Tri-Valley — Ashland: Larry Gillis, Colin Hanrahan, Don Jones, Nick Riordan, Joe Schelling, Evan Smith. Bellingham: Josh Jones, Zach Levy. Dover-Sherborn: Joe Beninati, Sam Hennessey, Jack Mahoney, Hank Rienhart. Holliston: Spencer Aronson, Sam Athy, Jack Barrett, Scott Elliott, Mike McKenna, Mark Mulvaney. Hopkinton: Jimmy Adams, Tim McGrath, Isaac Stillwell. Medfield: Ryan Eamer, Mitchell Gonser, Devin Kelley, John Lowell, John Quinn, James Voss. Medway: Kevin King, Pat Travers. Millis: PJ Adams, Gerry Crepeau, Brian Espanet, Danny Fallon, Kurt Hopkins, Bryce Latosek, Jack Moriarty. Norton: McKinley Kearsley, Matt Peterson, Michael Sheehan. Westwood: Jake Antonucci, Robbie Antonucci, Colin Best, Brendan Delaney, Noah Henderson, Connor McCaul, Evan Traister.
Dexter: Stephen Brooks, Liam Kelly, Luke MacPhail, Tyrell Wiggins. Hebron (Maine): LJ Lucas, Ryan Sullivan, Mike Tuzzo. Holderness: Ian Driscoll, AJ Jarabek, Kody Palladino. Hyde (Conn.): Josh Angel, Ippokratis Georgiadis, Marcus Greenidge, Teddy St. Louis. Hyde (Maine): Chris Collins, Taj Conway. Kents Hill: Mike McCarthy. New Hampton: Jake Dulac, Ian Gobbi, Wes Narewski, Troy Shallow, Nick Spaulding. Pingree: Eric Adinkra, Ricky Arias, Jackson Latimer, Vito Visconti. Portsmouth Abbey: Connor Baughan, Chase Carter, Will Ensign. Proctor: Lance Crate, Chandler Devaney, Curtis Holmes, Grifin Marshall, Bryce Swan. Tilton: Darian Davis, Sam Foley, Trevor Hardy, Josh Jones, Eric Pilcher, AJ Rattee, Isaiah Saunders.
Belmont Hill: Jackson Bobo, James Feinberg, Zachary Geddes, Nathaniel Miller. Brooks: Patrick Freiermuth, Will Gibeley, Owen Rosenberger. BB&N: Adam Buchanan, Jeff Costello, Graeme Davis, Justin Winschel. Governor’s Academy: Griffin Harris. Groton: Bennett Smith. Lawrence Academy: Jake Byczko, Glenn Smith. Middlesex: Rory Glavin. Milton Academy: Allan Rappleyea, Michael Silva. Nobles: Jason Medeiros, Uche Ndukwe. Rivers: Azar Swain. Roxbury Latin: Joe Lomuscio. St. George's: Dave LaMountain, Isaac McCray, Nick Swift. St. Mark's: Nick Murray. St. Paul's: Nolan Bedard, Pat Prendergast. St. Sebastian's: Blake Gallagher, Tommy Seidl. Thayer: Tobechi Nkoweji.
Class A — Avon Old Farms: Evan Carp, Sean Kennedy, Landon Lawrence. Berkshire: Jameson Coughlan. Brunswick: John Fox, Nick Henkel, Cam Kelly. Choate: Matthew Albino, Jake Kastenhuber, Walker Lott, David Monti, Hunter Reynolds. Deerfield: Dallas Hobbs. Hotchkiss: Jiah Norman. Kent: Jordan Morrissette. Loomis Chaffee: Andre Brackett. Phillips Andover: Theodore Urbanik. Phillips Exeter: Nick Hall. Salisbury (Conn.): Anthony Sims, Hayden Sturdevant. Taft: Gerrik Vollmer. Trinity-Pawling: Brandon Harris, Dakota Harvey. Westminster: Tim Callahan. Worcester Academy: Cullen McCarty.
Class B — Belmont Hill: Jackson Bobo, James Feinberg, Zachary Geddes, Nathaniel Miller. BB&N: Adam Buchanan, Jeff Costello, Graeme Davis, Justin Winschel. Canterbury: Marcus Bullard, Mehkai Johnson. Cheshire Academy: Tarik Black, CJ Holmes, Jeremy Imperati, Coby Tippett. Governor’s Academy: Griffin Harris. Lawrence Academy: Jake Byczko, Glenn Smith. Milton Academy: Allan Rappleyea, Michael Silva. Nobles: Jason Medeiros, Uche Ndukwe. St. Sebastian's: Blake Gallagher, Tommy Seidl. St. Thomas More: Juwon Grant. Suffield: Jackson Bischoping, Emerson Genovese, Brad Hawkins. Tabor: Adam Billard, Seth Kourtesis, Pete Lombardi, Angel Santiago, PJ Tziachris. Wilbraham & Monson: Alex Claudio, Chase Speller, Alex Strange. Williston Northampton: Austin Ryan.
Class C — Brooks: Patrick Freiermuth, Will Gibeley, Owen Rosenberger. Dexter: Stephen Brooks, Liam Kelly, Luke MacPhail, Tyrell Wiggins. Groton: Bennett Smith. Hamden Hall Country Day: Justice Antrum, AJ Repollet, Luke Schoonmaker, David Spitz. Harvey (N.Y.): Theodore Little. Hebron (Maine): LJ Lucas, Ryan Sullivan, Mike Tuzzo. Holderness: Ian Driscoll, AJ Jarabek, Kody Palladino. Hopkins (Conn.): Jake Moscarelli, Doug Wardlaw. Hyde (Conn.): Josh Angel, Ippokratis Georgiadis, Marcus Greenidge, Teddy St. Louis. Hyde (Maine): Chris Collins, Taj Conway. Kents Hill: Mike McCarthy. KLHT: A.J. Greene, LeVaughn Lewis, Renn Lints, Evan Townsend-Henry. Kingswood-Oxford: Ben Tauber. Middlesex: Rory Glavin. New Hampton: Jake Dulac, Ian Gobbi, Wes Narewski, Troy Shallow, Nick Spaulding. Pingree: Eric Adinkra, Ricky Arias, Jackson Latimer, Vito Visconti. Portsmouth Abbey: Connor Baughan, Chase Carter, Will Ensign. Proctor: Lance Crate, Chandler Devaney, Curtis Holmes, Grifin Marshall, Bryce Swan. Rivers: Azar Swain. Roxbury Latin: Joe Lomuscio. Rye Country Day: Hannes Boehning, Jared Jones. St. George's: Dave LaMountain, Isaac McCray, Nick Swift. St. Luke's: Shaka Moales. St. Mark's: Nick Murray. St. Paul's: Nolan Bedard, Pat Prendergast. Thayer: Tobechi Nkoweji. Tilton: Darian Davis, Sam Foley, Trevor Hardy, Josh Jones, Eric Pilcher, AJ Rattee, Isaiah Saunders.
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