The junior goalie made 210 saves this season, averaging 13 per game for a save percentage of 67. He had a season-high 17 saves in a 7-1 win over St. John’s Prep. The National Honor Society member has committed to Georgetown University.
St. John’s Prep, senior
The Eagles captain won the coaches award for the second straight season, winning 154 ground balls and 83 percent of his faceoffs. Osbahr was a second-team All-American choice this season and captained the Prep hockey team. He will play lacrosse at Bentley University.
Excellent on faceoffs, winning more than 50 percent, the midfielder was named a Bay State League All-Star . He had 44 goals and 20 assists this season. A star running back on the football team, Panepinto has committed to attend UMass.
Sexton finished his junior season as a Dual-County League All-Star and All-American selection. He posted four goals and five assists as a defender and has career totals of 11 goals and 20 assists. He has committed to play lacrosse at Notre Dame.
A four-year starter and captain his junior and senior seasons, Smith finished with a 72-19 record. This season he finished with a 16-7 record with 260 saves and a 65 save percentage. A two time All-American, he will play lacrosse at UMass.
The Bulldogs’ senior attackman closed out his career by totaling 67 goals and 10 assists en route to earning Hockomock MVP honors. He was also the captain and a Hockomock All-Star for the hockey team. He will attend Kents Hill Prep School.
In the Hawks’ run to a Division 1 state title, Wheeler scored at least one goal in every game, including 10 in their four postseason wins. He finished with a team-leading 42 goals and added 16 assists. He has committed to Boston University.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: Xaverian
Gardner’s Hawks claimed the Catholic Conference and Division 1 state titles this season, finishing with a 16-6 record. His success earned him conference coach of the year honors. He is 156-111 in 14 seasons as coach of the Hawks.
Division 2: Medfield
Isaf led the Warriors this season to a 22-3 record and a Division 2 EMass title. In his eight seasons at Medfield he is 38-8. The New York native was a two-time captain of the lacrosse team at Hamilton College.
Division 3: Cohasset
Beaudoin coached the Skippers to a 17-4 record and the Division 3 EMass final this season. In his nine seasons as a lacrosse coach, Beaudoin has compiled a 102-41 record. He is a Proctor Aademy and University of Vermont alum.
Bay State — Brookline: Sam Burrington. Framingham: Ryan Andrew, Joe Igoe, Mike Stearns. Needham: Ned Connolly, Jack Curran, Jack Delaney, Mike Elcock, Zach Kohl, Cody Mosgrove, Michael Panepinto, Nico Panepinto. Newton North: Joe Mariano, Ryan Quinn, Anthony Wyse. Norwood: Danny Farrell. Walpole: Chris Frye. Wellesley: Matt Bomes, John Caraviello, T.J. Noonan, Mike Riskind, Andrew Volkmann.
Catholic Conference — BC High: Mark Brown, Pat Cronin. Catholic Memorial: Kevin Bletzer, Tyler Bogart. Malden Catholic: Blake Ferry. St. John’s Prep: Andrew Gallahue, Andrew O'Connell, Derek Osbahr, Jack Sharrio, Bryan Uva. Xaverian: Robert Breed, Chris Ciolfi, Jay Pourbaix, Harry Walsh, Jack Wheeler.
Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Hunter Arnold, Thomas Cotter, JT Kelly, Ricky Kronenwett, Scott Rogers, Austin Wolf. Bedford: Josh Bryson, Michael Marshall. Concord-Carlisle: Peter Anastos, Sam Barrett, Will Blumenberg, Evan Boynton, Nick Brozowski, Javier Flores. Lincoln-Sudbury: Sam Chen, Jeff Crowell, Dan Delaney, Jordan Dow, Henry Guild, Matt Hall, Eamon Hunter, Greg Roder, John Sexton. Newton South: Jake Alexander. Waltham: Robert Concetti, Joe Marmion, Kevin Snow. Wayland: Lucas Bastarache, Carson Hart, Thomas Hunley, Brian Murtagh, Robert Williams. Westford: Evan Beatty, Jack Drapeau, Jay Drapeau, Peter Hargrave, Ryan Hessletine, Ben Katz. Weston: Reid Knapp, James Reohr, Pat Timperio, Geoffrey Ziobro.
Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Matt Allen, Benjamin Burbine, Zach Forget, Maxwell Johnson, Conor Martin, Tommy Sheerin. Bishop Stang: Matt Corman, Charlie McKeeman, Mike Pratt, Ben Tirrell, Jared Zaniewski. Coyle & Cassidy: Mark Schneider. Martha’s Vineyard: Nick Costello, Liam Smith.Continued...