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2016 Boys’ Lacrosse All-Scholastics

Lincoln-Sudbury defeated BC High to win the Division 1 lacrosse title.
Lincoln-Sudbury defeated BC High to win the Division 1 lacrosse title.(Robert E. Klein for The Boston Globe)

Players of the Year

Division 1: Connor McCarthy, Lincoln-Sudbury

The All-American midfielder and DCL All-Star helped lead the Warriors to the Division 1 state championship. L-S beat BC High for the title after defeating Reading in the Division 1 North title game. Lincoln-Sudbury finished 18-2.

Division 2: Matt Treiber, Medfield

The senior attackman and captain is a two-time All-Scholastic. He scored 68 goals and dished out 53 assists this season, propelling Medfield to its third consecutive state title. Treiber finished with 318 points for his career.

Division 3: Bailey Laidman, Dover-Sherborn

The three-time All-American, two-time All-Scholastic, and Tri-Valley League MVP recorded 55 goals and 17 assists this season. Laidman, a junior attackman, has also earned All-Scholastic honors in alpine skiing.

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All-Scholastics

Bryce Adam, Newton North, junior

The attack was named All-American after scoring 62 goals and adding 61 assists as the Tigers advanced to the Division South final. For his career, Adam has 164 goals and 141 assists and he’s the Bay State Conference MVP.

Will Bowen, BC High, sophomore

Bowen earned All-American honors after collecting 121 ground balls and causing 77 turnovers. He also logged six goals and eight assists. The Catholic Conference All-Star is committed to play lacrosse at North Carolina.

Patrick Crowley, Concord-Carlisle, senior

The defenseman and captain was named an Eastern Mass. All-American and was selected as a Dual-County League All-Star for the second straight year. Crowley, will continue his lacrosse career at Bates College.

Caleb Geitz, Lincoln-Sudbury, senior

The All-American defender and DCL All-Star helped lead the Warriors to the Division 1 state championship. L-S beat BC High for the title after defeating Reading in the Division 1 North title game. Lincoln-Sudbury finished 18-2.

Brandon Grinnell, Wakefield, senior

Grinnell was named the Middlesex Freedom Division MVP after piling up 72 goals and 64 assists this spring. The attackman helped Wakefield win two division titles. He will play lacrosse at Manhattan College.

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Eric Holden, Lincoln-Sudbury, senior

The All-American attack and DCL All-Star helped lead the Warriors to the Division 1 state championship. L-S beat BC High for the title after defeating Reading in the Division 1 North title game. Lincoln-Sudbury finished 18-2.

AJ Kucinski, BC High, senior

Kucinski helped the Eagles reach the Division 1 state final and racked up 66 goals and 43 assists, earning All-American honors. The attackman and Catholic Conference All-Star finished his career with 326 points.

John MacLean, Medfield, senior

The three-time All-American and three-time All-Scholastic scored 74 goals, dished out 22 assists, and helped the Warriors win their third straight Division 2 title in his senior season. MacLean will play lacrosse at Boston University.

Daniel O’Connell, Winchester, senior

The All-American and Middlesex League MVP scored 46 goals, logged 37 assists, and won 68 percent of faceoffs in his senior season. The midfielder was a two-year captain and was the first junior captain in program history.

Marc O’Rourke, Hingham, junior

Attackman O’Rourke helped the Harbormen earn a spot in the Division 2 state championship match. The Eastern Mass. All-American and two-time Patriot League All-Star plans on playing lacrosse at Bryant University.

Harlan Smart, Lincoln-Sudbury, senior

The All-American midfielder and DCL All-Star helped lead the Warriors to the Division 1 state championship. L-S beat BC High for the title after defeating Reading in the Division 1 North title game. Lincoln-Sudbury finished 18-2. He will attend Dartmouth.

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Will Spangenberg, Dover-Sherborn, senior

Spangenberg led the Raiders to their second straight Division 3 state championship, scoring 59 goals and notching 54 assists, The Tri-Valley League all-star attackman will attend Phillips Exeter next year.

Kevin Tobin, Reading, junior

The midfielder and captain racked up 51 goals, 31 assists, and 50 ground balls to help the Rockets reach the Division 1 North final. Tobin also captains the hockey team and is verbally committed to play lacrosse at UMass-Amherst.

Michael Toomey, Xaverian, senior

The netminder is a two-time All-Scholastic and two-time All-American. Also a two-time Catholic Conference All-Star, Toomey helped Xaverian reach the Division 1 South semifinals. He will play lacrosse at Villanova.

Jeff Trainor, Billerica, senior

The two-time All-Scholastic and two-time All-American finished with 308 points, fourth best in school history. The senior played football and basketball and was the Globe’s Athlete of the Year. He’ll attend UMass-Amherst.

Shane Weber, Hull, senior

The South Shore League player of the year helped the Pirates reach the Division 3 South semifinals. A defenseman and long-stick midfielder, Weber recorded 37 goals, 38 assists, and 243 ground balls this season.

Coaches of the Year

Division 1: Steven Lydon, BC High

The 2015 Catholic Conference coach of the year said this year’s squad ‘‘made this one of the most memorable springs in BC High lacrosse history.’’ The Eagles went 19-3 and earned a Division 1 championship berth.

Division 2: John Todd, Hingham

Todd became the state’s winningest boys’ lacrosse coach this season and now boasts 409 victories for his 28-year career. He led the Harbormen to a 21-5 record and a Division 2 state championship appearance.

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Division 3: Chris Weber, Hull

Weber led the Pirates to the South Shore League title with a program-record 16 wins and led Hull to the Division 3 South semifinals. He is a 1990 graduate of Springfield College and has coached lacrosse for more than 20 years.

All-Stars

Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Andrew Jamiel, Sean McNamara. Falmouth: Collin Almeida, George Armstrong, Patrick Callahan, Nolan Eneguess, Alex Manos, Brennan McIntyre. Marshfield: Gavin Admirand, Andrew Fithian, Jake Heberlein, Pat Weber, Ryan Wheaton. Nauset: Ben Hull, Marc Takakjian. Sandwich: Joey Boudrow, Jameson Buttafuoco, Konard Knaus, Jordan Leary, Brian Wahle.

Bay State — Braintree: Mike Sharry. Brookline: Colby Ferrigno, Brian Greenstein, Jesse Leung. Framingham: Sam Barnett, Brett Chin. Needham: Joe Bruno, Ryan Christianson, Sam Eisenstadt, Luke Pascucci. Newton North: Bryce Adam, Dante Leone, Ted Yerardi. Norwood: Zac Pungitore. Walpole: Alex Caskie, Charlie Harrington, Jake Hurley, Ben Lucas, Dan Ryan. Wellesley: Grant Chryssicas, Griffin Morgan. Weymouth: Josh Holmes.

Cape & Islands — Falmouth Academy: Andy Pritchard. Nantucket: Natty Davidson, Gus Day, J.T Gamberoni, Jack Sylvia. St. John Paul II: Tim Jordan. Sturgis East: Sawyer Gibbons, Zachary Wright. Sturgis West: Dylan Chagnon.

Catholic Conference — BC High: Will Bowen, AJ Kucinski. Xaverian: Michael Toomey.

Colonial — Nashoba Valley Tech: Mike Dawson, Ryan Shaw, Pat White, Brandon Williams.

Commonwealth — Essex Tech: Alex Alessi, Ryan Cole, Paul Lazzaro, Dan McCormack, Ryan McGregor. Greater Lowell: Matt Mallahan, Kevin Martin, Robert McNamara. Mystic Valley: Christian Falzone, Jayden Jean, Keith King, Ethan Rong, Jack Ryan. Northeast: John Keats, Max Trifone, Mike Trifone. Shawsheen: Will Bouley, Jason Colletti, Zach DeLuca, Jason Sinclair-Steeves, John Stokes, Jack Stone. Whittier: Gavin Henderson, Tyler L’Italien, Ryan Murphy, Mark Tamele.

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Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Tim Fennimen, Corben Miles, Sam Witt. Bedford: Michael Barkan, David Bartkus, Tyler Billouin, Matt Timperio. Boston Latin: Gabe Granberry, Liam Harrow. Cambridge: Arthur Girard, Owen Ryerson. Concord-Carlisle: Patrick Crowley, Aidan Cyr, Austin Hoey, Andrew Hughes, Aidan Long. Lincoln-Sudbury: Junior Almeida, Myles Cohen, Hayden Frey, Caleb Geitz, Eric Holden, Connor McCarthy, Dan Ryan, Harlan Smart. Newton South: Jake Boll, Jack Briney, LLan Hascal. Waltham: Adam Becker, Jon Coates, Cam Egan. Wayland: Kyle Camphausen, Jimmy Lampert, Curran Murphy, Ethan Stavinsky. Westford: Jack Cusworth, Brandan McNabb. Weston: Lee Grinspoon, Andrew Hall, Charlie Siegrist, Jack Suominen, Miller Ward, Liam Wrean.

Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Liam Costello, Connor Downing, Matthew Ellis, Shaun Pierce, Brendan Ross. Bishop Stang: Austin Ajami, Calen Ikkela, Kade Kaminski. Coyle & Cassidy: Peter Murphy, Maddie Olsen. Martha’s Vineyard: Austin Chandler, Ben Clark, Thomas Irwin, Eli Larkin.

Hockomock — Canton: Ben O’Neill, Michael Pigeon. Foxborough: Jake Addeche, Brian Buckner, Austin Ryan. Franklin: Jacob Alexander, Eric Civetti, Austin Kent, Sean Lockhart, Kendall Reardon, Patrick Watson. King Philip: Steven Eaton, Paul Macrina. Mansfield: Hunter Ferreira, Connor Finnerty, Billy Grant. North Attleborough: Dan McDonald. Oliver Ames: Matt Gilson. Sharon: Mark Bloom.

Maritime — Dartmouth: Cole Jacobson, Sean Smialek, Jack Arruda, Neal Canastra.

Mayflower — Bishop Connolly: Elliot Pawlak. Blue Hills: Nate Newman. Cape Cod Tech: Ryan Dipilato, Dan Puopolo. Old Colony: Bryce Amaral, Zac Collard, Jack Sargent. Sacred Heart: Steven Fehrm, Bryce Molloy, Loren Simpson. South Shore Voc-Tech: Nolan Barrett, Brendan Hussey, Jake Mclarey. Southeastern: Adam Lawson. Tri-County: Adam Garcia, Michael Goss, Nick Laverdiere, Aaron Moreau. Upper Cape: Jack Rogers.

Merrimack Valley — Andover: Michael Biddle, Chris Carver, Tom Haut, Thomas Mapstone, Ryan Puglisi, Andy Soucy. Billerica: Justin Beck, Dean Brooks, Tyler Canto, Gus Gobiel, Drew Laundry, Anthony Milano, Jeff Trainor. Central Catholic: Max Faro, Alex Parent. Chelmsford: Jsck Gump, Jack Kampner, Andrew Thayer. North Andover: Steve Canale. Tewksbury: Tyler Harvey.

Middlesex (Freedom) — Burlington: Kevin Kriger. Melrose: Tom Clavert, Jack Mandracchia, Mike Pedrini, Jack Seibert. Wakefield: Ryan Chambers, Austin Collard, Andrew Deleary, Brandon Grinnell, PJ Ianuzzi, Steve Marino, Ben Yandell. Watertown: Christian D’Amico, Derek DiPietrantonio, Tyler Poulin.

Middlesex (Liberty) — Arlington: Sean Tomaszewski. Belmont: Trey Butler. Lexington: Alex Lenrow, Rob Zedros. Reading: Will Connery, Dan Cozzi, Colin Doherty, Jack Geiger, CJ Hart, Kevin Tobin. Winchester: Billy Miller, Tim Murray, Daniel O’Connell, Garrett Walker-Huff. Woburn: Jake Bridge.

Northeastern — Beverly: Sam Abate, Kevin Flaherty, Kevin Morency, Jordan Rawding, Hunter Spencer, Sam Triacoff. Gloucester: Tommy Donahue, Cormac Flickinger. Lynn Classical: John Sheehan. Marblehead: Drew Cioffi, Sam Cioffi, Ridge Driscoll, PJ Roy, Manning Sears. Peabody: Tim January. Revere: Eric Bua, Kevin Chiles, Cam Mazza, Dan Muller, Steven Noel, Eddie Sullivan. Salem: Andrew MacMillan, Eamon Williamson. Saugus: Jeremy Tringale. Swampscott: Andrew Dove, Will Green, Jack Herlihy, Brendan Laundry.

Patriot — Duxbury: Riley Bergstrom, Brian Brockwell, Brady Burke, Will Macaluso, Bobby Maimaron, Shane Sullivan. Hanover: Luke Bernasconi, Noah Clapp, Landon Hasenfuss, Abdullah Nassif. Hingham: Jake Brodie, John Gillig, Jake Higgins, Devin Irvin, Will Kellem, Marc O’Rourke, Kevin Shoyer, Andrew Staley, Mark Tocchio. North Quincy: Tom Koch. Pembroke: Matt Hogan, Nicholas Ridder. Plymouth North: Nate Cullivan, Jake Harrington, Adam Haughn, Declan Tierney. Plymouth South: Brendan Johnson. Scituate: Joe Mauceri, Jake O’Brien, Chris Sharry, David Theodore. Silver Lake: Drew Neal. Whitman-Hanson: Jake Long, Dylan Thomas.

South Shore — Abington: Owen Kearney, Luke Martini, Alex Osmanski. Cohasset: Danny Axelson, Jack Donohue, Thomas Durkin, Max Fitzgerald, Will Thomas. East Bridgewater: Seth Child, Anthony Fabrizio. Hull: Fern Barry, Anthony Marcella, Christian Olivieri, Bode Weber, Shane Weber. Mashpee: Emmett Sweeney. Norwell: Max Abbate, Jack Dole, Alex Ferguson, Caleb Getto, Jack Ward. Rockland: Matt O’Brien.

Tri-Valley — Dover-Sherborn: Bailey Laidman, Jack Mahoney, Joe Paolotto, Will Spangenberg. Medfield: Matt Dold, Andrew Garfield, Kyle Gately, John MacLean, Kevin McCordic, Matt Treiber, Jack Henry Vara. Westwood: Nick Conway, Jake Cwieka, Brendan Patterson.

How we picked the team

The All-Scholastic boys’ lacrosse team was selected by the school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass leagues. Text by Emily McCarthy. Photos by Mark Lorez.