Jordan Todman, Dartmouth
The dynamic tailback led his team to the Division 1 Super Bowl this season with 1,970 yards rushing and 35 touchdowns, including three in the Division 1 final. Todman completed his career with 5,779 rushing yards, second all-time in the state.
Tim Rich, Chelmsford
Tim did what his brothers Bruce and Eddie were able (undefeated MVC season) and unable (Super Bowl win) to accomplish. Rich completed 65 percent of his passes for 22 TDs and 2,088 yards, and ran for 750 yards and eight TDs.
Ryan Izzo, Walpole
The young speedster made his presence felt in Division 2 this season with 33 touchdowns. Izzo scored three or more times in eight of 13 games, including a three-touchdown performance against Bishop Feehan at Gillette Stadium.
Andrew Fulford, Gloucester
A gritty back with a nose for the end zone, the senior captain led Division 2A with 34 touchdowns, 12 more than the school record he set in 2006. His 58 career TDs are the most in Gloucester history. Hes a conference all-star in football and hockey.
Bobby Tarr, Bishop Fenwick
Despite being the focus of opposing defenses, Tarr rushed for over 2,500 yards and 31 touchdowns this season to bring his career total to 5,583 yards, third all-time in state history. He was the leading scorer in EMass with 192 points.
Nate Adames, Greater Lawrence
Adames was an unstoppable force all year for the Reggies, leading Greater Lawrence to the Division 3A Super Bowl crown. The shifty back ran for 2,570 yards this season and scored 36 touchdowns, more than any other player in Eastern Mass.
Kameel Lashley, Brighton
The senior quarterback was a dual threat, leading Brighton to a Super Bowl victory over West Bridgewater and a 12-0 season with his legs and his arm. He rushed for 1,518 yards and 19 touchdowns, and threw for nine scores.
Richard White, Dartmouth
White led his team to an Old Colony League championship and a 10-1 regular-season record before thumping Brockton, 40-7 in the Division 1 semifinal. Dartmouth scored 28 points vs. Everett in the final, the most the Tide allowed this season.
Paul Funk, Dennis-Yarmouth
Funk coached the Dolphins to a 10-1 record and a share of their first league championship since 1960. D-Y won a school-record nine straight games to begin the year in just its sixth season since being reinstated as a varsity program under Funk.
Tom Pileski, Coyle-Cassidy
Pileski led the Warriors to an 8-3 finish a year after the team struggled to an 0-11 record in his first season at the helm. A Brockton High and Northeastern grad, Pileski is a member of the Massachusetts Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame.
Dave Morgado, Seekonk
The Warriors were 7-44 in the five seasons before Morgado took over in 2002. They were 0-11 that year, but coach spearheaded a turnaround that culminated in a perfect regular season and the teams first South Coast Conference crown.
Mike Slason, Medfield
The Warriors graduated more than 20 seniors last season and expectations coming in were moderate after a 2006 Super Bowl victory. Slason, in only his third year, led Medfield to another Tri-Valley League title and back to the Super Bowl.
Tony Sarkis, Greater Lawrence
Sarkis, in his third year, led the Reggies to a 12-1 mark and the Division 3A Super Bowl championship. The win completed a remarkable turnaround for Greater Lawrence, which finished 5-6 last year and 1-9 the year before.
Bill Panos, West Bridgewater
Despite losing most of his offensive line from last years Mayflower Small champs, Panos lead West Bridgewater to the Super Bowl again in this his 22nd year. The team has made six Super Bowl appearances under Panos in his career.
Michael Abany, Mansfield
The team captain took 77 carries for 620 yards (8.1 yards per carry) and 10 touchdowns this season, and caught 10 passes for 75 yards. The Hockomock League most valuable defensive player recorded 52 tackles. He is an honor student.
Running back, Sr.
Brian Alessandro, Pope John
Alessandro, a transfer from Savio Prep, impressed in his first and only year at Pope John, leading Division 4 with 24 touchdowns and 160 points. The senior led Pope John to a Catholic Central Small title and into the playoffs for the first time since 1998.
Vaughn Askew, Brockton
The Boxers athletic play-caller completed nine touchdown passes and threw for 850 yards this season. Askew also ran for 500 yards and 12 touchdowns, and added two kick returns for scores in Brocktons run to the Big Three title.
Linebacker/Tight end, Sr.
Kariym Azeez, Brighton
The senior linebacker was the best defensive player in Division 4 this year, totaling 159 tackles, including 21 for a loss. He scored three defensive touchdowns, blocked two punts and had two interceptions and caught two touchdowns on offense.
Running back/Defensive back, Sr.
Matthew Bellomo, Holliston
Bellomo gained 1,725 yards and 16 touchdowns on the ground, and recorded 42 tackles and six interceptions as a defensive back. He was named Tri-Valley MVP as well as the Gatorade Massachusetts player of the year. Bellomo has a 3.3 GPA.
Offensive/Defense line, Sr.
Nate Brakeley, St. John's Prep
The 6-foot-5-inch, 225-pound force was the Catholic Conference Lineman of the Year while holding down a 4.6 grade-point average. Prep finished second in the conference this fall. Brakeley is a member of the ski team and captain of the rugby team.
Joe Cerrone, Wayland
Cerrone was a force for Wayland, which was stopped just short of its second consecutive Super Bowl appearance. The Dual County Leagues defensive player of the year recorded 91 tackles, four sacks, and one interception.
Running back/Safety, Sr.
An elusive runner with explosive speed, the senior captain set a school record and led Division 2A with 184 points. He also scored 30 TDs and gained 2,500 all-purpose yards. Hes a state finalist in wrestling and baseball captain for the Harbormen.
Running back/linebacker, Sr.
Tom Duffy, BC High
Duffy, the Catholic Conference MVP, was a leader on both sides of the ball, but his biggest contribution on the field was as a hard-hitting linebacker. Duffy scored three touchdowns at running back, including a 62-yarder in the win over St. Johns Prep.
Fullback/defensive end, Sr.
Anthony Enderle, Gloucester
The 6-2, 255-pound senior was an all-purpose force for the Division 2A Super Bowl champs. Sharing carries in a talented backfield, Enderle cleared the way for his running mates, and his size and quickness made him a dominant lineman.
Joe Esposito, Georgetown
Esposito was a dual threat for Georgetown, running for 18 touchdowns and 1,009 yards and throwing for nine scores and 1,001 yards. Only a junior, Esposito already owns Georgetowns career passing yardage record (2,728).
Running back/safety, Sr.
Tyrone Figueroa, East Boston
Figueroa fueled the Jets from both sides of the ball this season, rushing for more than 1,500 yards and scoring 25 touchdowns, three on interception returns. The senior is a three-year Honor Roll student with a 3.7 GPA.
Running back/defensive back, Sr.
Brian Flaherty, West Bridgewater
Standing just 5-foot 7, Flaherty was a tall order for opposing defenses to deal with. The senior ran for 1,000 yards and 20 touchdowns, leading West Bridgewater to the Division 4 Super Bowl for the second straight year.
Fullback/Defensive end, Sr.
Paul Freeman, Xaverian
Freeman stood out for the Hawks this year, scoring eight touchdowns with hard north-south running. Freeman, a three-year starter who also wrestles and competes in track, was the Catholic Conference defensive player of the year.
Running back, Sr.
Chris Hanoian, Seekonk
The 5-foot-10-inch, 220-pound fullback plowed over and through opponents on his way to 20 touchdowns and 1,167 yards, powering the Warriors to a 10-1 record. The senior also runs indoor and outdoor track and wants to major in criminal justice.
Running back/Defensive back, Sr.
Mark Hogan, Lincoln-Sudbury
The Dual County League Offensive Player of the Year scored 13 touchdowns, ran for 953 yards, and had 425 receiving yards. The three-time DCL All-Star became the schools all-time rushing (2,622 yards) and points (254) leader.
Running back, Sr.
Joe Jamiel, Dennis-Yarmouth
Jamiel conditioned hard in the offseason and it paid off, as the speedy 5-8, 165-pound back amassed a Division 1A-leading 23 TDs and 142 points. The senior scored three TDs six times to lead D-Y to a share of the league title, its first since 1960.
Running back/defensive back, Sr.
Isaac Johnson, Everett
Johnson, after leading the Crimson Tide with 28 TDs this season, is heading to Boston College next year to play for the Eagles. Johnson finished his high school career with two TD runs and a Division 1 title Dec. 1 in a 36-28 win over Dartmouth.
Peter Kinchley, Swampscott
Kinchley threw 20 touchdown passes and completed 133 of 254 attempts for 1,886 yards, helping Swampscott to the Division 3 Super Bowl title, its first in 35 years. The senior also ran for 499 yards and eight TDs and had two INTs on defense.
Offensive/Defensive lineman, Sr.
Tim Lee, Stoneham
After the danger of a canceled season passed, the 6-2, 255-pounder contributed to his teams resurrection in the Middlesex League by persistently doing the dirty work up front. He had 90 tackles, 6 sacks, and one rushing touchdown.
Running back/Defensive end, Sr.
Derek Lowe, Tewksbury
Lowe was the Merrimack Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year, registering 64 tackles, 10 sacks and a game-winning safety. Offensively, he posted 112 points, 17 TDs, 850 yards rushing and 331 receiving, while also returning three kickoffs.
Running back/Linebacker, Sr.
Mitch McClune, BC High
McClune was a model of consistency in the multidimensional BC High offense this season. He scored nine touchdowns, all in different games, and helped lead the Eagles to an undefeated regular season and Catholic Conference title.
Pat McGrath, Everett
The Crimson Tide allowed just 8.8 points per game in 2007, and McGrath led a powerful defense that kept star running backs at bay. Everetts defense allowed 31 points in six games during one stretch this season, on the way to Super Bowl title.
Running back/Defensive back, Sr.
Ernie Mello, Wilmington
Mello set school records with 1,750 rushing yards and 29 touchdowns. His most impressive performance was was a seven-TD, 393-yard effort against Lawrence. A three-year starter on defense and three-sport captain, he is a four-year honor student.
Running back/Linebacker, Sr.
Tim Mogan, Foxboro
Mogan ran for 1,365 yards on 205 carries and recorded 12 touchdowns. He had three fumble recoveries, four sacks, two interceptions, and 57 tackles in his second year as a starting linebacker. Mogan finished his career with 1,985 rushing yards.
Running back, Sr.
Jerry Nelson, Blue Hills
Despite missing time with an ankle injury, Nelson still totaled 22 touchdowns, good for third in Division 3A. The senior back ran for 1,800 yards while leading Blue Hills into the playoffs and plans on going to a post-graduate school.
Pat Orlando, Manchester Essex
Orlando tossed 18 touchdown passes to tie for the division lead. He also ran for six scores. An honor roll stundent who also plays basketball, Orlando amassed 1,753 passing yards, intercepted two passes, and had 88 tackles.
Mike Pierce, Andover
Pierce, who set seven schools records in his career, made a substantial case as the best all-around athlete in Division 1A. The MVC Offensive Player of the Year threw for 2,179 yards and 20 TDs and rushed for 13 more, while adding seven field goals.
Running back/Linebacker, Sr.
Brad Poirier, Marshfield
The three-year starter was strong both ways, recording 70 tackles and three INTs while rushing for 1,462 yards. He scored 13 TDs, including five of Marshfields six in the playoffs, leading the Rams to their second consecutive postseason appearance.
Offensive tackle/defensive end, Sr.
Teddy Reed, Masconomet
The 6-foot-4-inch, 256-pound lineman helped power the Chieftains to a 10-2 record and the Cape Ann Large title. A premier run-stopper, he captains the lacrosse and basketball teams, and is looking at Northeastern, Bentley, UNH, and Delaware.
Running back/Defensive back, Sr.
Nick Schwieger, Bishop Feehan
The Shamrocks tailback churned out touchdowns at breakneck speed this season, finishing with 28. Schwieger ran for four touchdowns in Feehans 26-20 win over Walpole in the Division 2 Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium.
Tight end/Defensive end/Kicker, Sr.
Chris Smart, Chelmsford
Smart thrived under pressure, especially in the biggest games, lifting the Lions over Wayland and Marshfield in the playoffs with last-second field goals. The co-MVP of the Merrimack Valley Conference caught 45 passes for 800 yards and had seven TDs.
Sean Sylvia, Dartmouth
Sylvia finished third in Division 1 scoring with 113 points on 9 rushing touchdowns. He passed for 13 touchdowns on the season, two coming at the most crucial moments in the Division 1 final vs. Everett at Gillette Stadium.
Running back/Safety, Jr.
Royce Terrell, Weymouth
Terrell filled big shoes this season, aiding cousin Michael Waithe, who was limited by injury for much of the campaign. The junior rushed for 1,400 yards, scored 19 TDs and had 73 tackles, two interceptions and a fumble recovery on defense.
Defensive line/offensive guard, Sr.
Mike Welch, Medfield
Welch was the Tri-Valley League Lineman of the Year and a key figure in Medfields push to a Division 3 Super Bowl appearance. The cocaptain of the Warriors was a league all-star both his junior and senior seasons.
Michael Zambarano, Natick
The undersized terror on the Natick defense helped the Redmen back into the playoff hunt after an 0-2 start. Zambarano, a hockey captain, recorded 151 tackles, six sacks, five forced fumbles, and four fumble recoveries during the 2007 season.
Division 1: Brian Kelley, Darren Thellen, Sharieff Hall, Vaughn Askew, Brockton; Jimmy Francis, Jhovanny Nunez, New Bedford; Kyle Ewanouski, Brian Sullivan, Mitch McClune and Tom Duffy, BC High; Derek Coppola and Nate Brakeley, St. Johns Prep; Anthony Varrichione and Paul Freeman, Xaverian; Matt Boyd, Julian Colarusso, Catholic Memorial; Isaac Johnson, Joe Conti, Jesus Crawford, Everett; Ray Doucette, Jesse Sparks, Josh Adams, Julien Buck, Cambridge; Matt Willey, Arlington; Jordan Todman, Sean Sylvia, Dartmouth; Terrel Walker, Taunton. Division 1A: John Dufresne, Julian Dufresne and Trevor Jeanson, Acton Boxborough; Mike Pierce and Matt Rayner, Andover; Kenny Mangie and Timmy Morrison, Billerica; Mark Caufield, Braintree; Mike Leavitt, Central Catholic; Albert Ding, Mike Murphy, Tim Rich and Chris Smart, Chelmsford; Dan DArcy and Zach Driscoll, Concord-Carlisle; Joe Jamiel and Nick Montalto, Dennis- Yarmouth; Anthony Catenacci and Jordan Murphy, Dracut; Tyler Mansfield, Falmouth; Mark Hogan, Dave Rocklage, Kurt Rogers and Jason Roth, Lincoln-Sudbury; Kevin Coutu, Lowell; David Garfield, Brad Poirier, Luke Poirier and Zach Triner, Marshfield; Brian Hopkins, Needham; Kyle Ross, Newton North; Isaiah Quinones, Newton South; Jon Cahill and Marcellus Lee, North Quincy; Kevin Broderick and Keegan Grabhorn, Plymouth North; Derek Duquette, Plymouth South; Jon Gulino and Derek Lowe, Tewksbury; Mike De- Pasquale, Dan Fox, Colin Halloran, Tom Sullivan, Tyngsboro; Herman Brito, Joe Cerrone, Brian Flynn, Brian Harvey, Mike Mitchell and Dylan Register, Wayland; Ian McEnaney and Riley OKeefe, Westford; Domenic DAllassandro, Jim Gardner, Royce Terrell and Michael Waithe, Weymouth.
Division 2: Nick Schwieger, Chris Paine, Bishop Feehan; Ryan Izzo and Billy Hickey, Walpole; Josh Harris, Winchester; Walter Butler, Mike Ranzinger, Eric Robichaud, Bishop Stang; Tyler Dow, Eloma Johnson, Franklin; Thad McCummings, Scott McCummings and Mike Zambarano, Natick; Conor Henry, Coyle-Cassidy; Brian Murray, Burlington; Mark Dwyer, Dan McLaughlin, Woburn; Mark Gilson, Powell Simpson and Michael Abany, Mansfield; Joe Jeudy, Stoughton; Elijah Harris, Mike Hart, North Attleboro; Tim Lee, Stoneham; Tim Mogan, Foxboro.
Division 2A: Chris Splinter and Teddy Reed, Masconomet; Matt Burckhardt, North Andover; Nate Bunnell and Jordan Silva, Pentucket; Ernie Mello, Wilmington; Andrew Fulford, Anthony Enderle, Cam Marston, Mario Peritore, Adam Quinn and Dylan Morrissey, Gloucester; Quivari Jackson and Chad Quintana, Lynn Classical; Byron Brown, Lynn English; Anthony DeFeo, Revere; Melikke Van Alstyne, Salem; Shane DiBona, Sean Cross and Peter Bobseine, Duxbury; Mike Wheeler and Marc MacDougall, Hanover; Chris Constantine, Richard McCann and Mike Murphy, Hingham; James Muirhead, Middleboro; Peter Harrison and Matt LoSciuto, Rockland; Rob Struble and Sean Gurley, Silver Lake; Trevor Hinkle, Apponequet; Jarid Conceicao, Greater New Bedford; Franck Tebou, Old Rochester; Chris Hanoian, Alex Lyman, Cody Callahan and Bobby Jeannotte, Seekonk; Jared Vasconcelos, Wareham.
Division 3: Derek Harmon and Joe Granato, Arlington Catholic; Bobby Tarr and Cody Johnson, Bishop Fenwick; Steve Boghos, Austin Prep; Connor Walsh and Sean Grandfield, Westwood; Matthew Bellomo, Holliston; Paul Ostrander, Mark Sanborn, Will Morningstar, Hopkinton; Mike Welch, Medfield; Mark Ledbetter and Jeff Moore, Norton; Peter Kinchley, Brian Palangi, Dorsey Dobias, and Ilya Levin, Swampscott.
Division 3A: Wilfredo Lara, Madison Park; Juan Guillen, South Boston; Kareem Cutler and Jonathan Turner, Charlestown; Tyrone Figueroa and Jared Stevens, East Boston; Nate Adames, Victor Sousa and George Cruz, Greater Lawrence; Joe Dellucci, Greater Lowell; Matt Nucomb, Southeastern; Frank Mogavero, South Shore; Josh Paulson, Marthas Vineyard; Jake Cotter, Hamilton- Wenham; Josh Paulson, Marthas Vineyard; Dino Rizzo, North Reading; Chris Clark and Joe Gore, Shawsheen; Joe Clancy, Newburyport; Jerry Nelson, Blue Hills. Division 4: Robert Williams, Cathedral; Tim Gazard, Chris Mc- Kenzie and Sean Monahan, Marian; Sean Monohan and Cam Ortiz, Matignon; Romario Berneche, Brian Alessandro, Brett Mayo and Rey Torres, Pope John; Dane Daguilar, Kariym Azeez and Kameel Lashley, Brighton; Eric Lott and Ely Paul, Dorchester; Alex Caraballo, Chelsea; Joe Esposito and Brandon Wade, Georgetown; Pat Orlando and Brian Ciccone, Manchester Essex; Pat Leneghan, Minuteman; John Savoy and Vlad Santine, Holbrook-Avon; Brian Flaherty, Matt Harris and Matt Nunes, West Bridgewater; David St. Pierre, North Shore.
ATLANTIC COAST: Andrew Dawson, Billy Dempsey, Nate Eldridge, Joe Jamiel, Nick Montalto, Mike Pena and Ricky Thomson, Dennis-Yarmouth; Tyler Mansfield, Falmouth; David Garfield, Brad Poirier, Luke Poirier and Zach Triner, Marshfield; Connor Seymour, Nauset; Jon Cahill, Marcellus Lee, Dennis Martin, North Quincy; Kevin Broderick, Tom Carr, Corey Coleman, Emmett Cosgrove, Joe Flynn, Keegan Grabhorn and Lee Nguyen, Plymouth North; Bob Brenton, Derek Duquette and David Fournier, Plymouth South; Leo Bracken, Andy Scichilone and Justin Tierney, Sandwich; TJ Lazarski and Jeff Smith, Whitman-Hanson. BAY STATE: Niccolo Mastromatteo, Ryan Izzo, Steve Fortin, Tom Fraser and Billy Hickey, Walpole; Kyle Crowley and Paul Colantuoni, Norwood; Alex Stone, Wellesley; Mike Zambrano, Mike Russo and Thad McCummings, Natick; Mark Caufield, Joe Gaughan and Steve Hobin, Braintree; Brian Hopkins, Needham; Giovanni Clayborne and Kyle Ross, Newton North; Domenic DAllassandro, Jim Gardner, Jake Harrison, Pat McDonald, Royce Terrell and Mike Waithe, Weymouth.
BIG THREE: Andrew Jameson, Josh Previte, Norman Hammond, Brian Kelley, Sharieff Hall, Philip Coriaty, John Resende, Darren Thellen, Derrick Williams, Josh Marsh, Louis Jacoubs, James Roukas, Vaughn Askew, Brockton; Jesse Rubio, Robert Yarbough, Billy Platt, Cameron Pontes, Prince Ingrahm, Zack Burell, Durfee; Cameron Robida, Sean Antunes, Jimmy Francis, Jhovanny Nunez, Terence Gales, New Bedford.
BOSTON NORTH: Kareem Cutler, Ravon Dunbar and Jonathan Turner, Charlestown; Frank Brown, Tyrone Figueroa, Jamal Johnson and Jarred Stephens, East Boston; Devon Forrester, Lamar Hartgrove and Michael Roberson, English; Jakeen Cobb, Darrell Hudson, Wilfredo Lara and Davaughn Goss, Madison Park; Derick Willis and Juan Guillen, South Boston; Lamonte Fields, Jamie Lewis, Juan Guillen and Marquis Hillery, West Roxbury.
BOSTON SOUTH: Kariym Azeez, Kameel Lashley and Dane Daguilar, Brighton; Antoine Pierre-Canal, Brandon Cook and Randy Brown, Burke; Harly Denis, Eric Lott, Ely Paul and Omar Washington, Dorchester; Daniel Blodgett, Steven Sapienza and Reginauld Williams, Latin Academy; Joshua Carrington, Emmanuel Louis, David Maloney Jr., OBryant.
CAPE ANN LARGE: Alex Andrews, Lawrence; Chris Splinter and Teddy Reed, Masconomet; Matt Burckhardt and Andrew Bogosian, North Andover; Nate Bunnell, Matt Fiore and Jordan Silva, Pentucket; Ernie Mello, Kenny Joyce, J.J. Lyons and Corey Groves, Wilmington; Zach Welch, Triton.
CAPE ANN SMALL: Kevin Johnston and Jared Flanigan, Amesbury; Darren Hartwell and Brendan Lutz, North Reading; Ashlyn Calcagni, Kevin Ryan, Justin Burl and Sam Melanson, Newburyport; Jeff Millinazzo and Pat Lamusta, Lynnfield; Dave Littlefield and Tom Drinkwater, Hamilton-Wenham; Niel Berzins, Ipswich.
CATHOLIC: Nate Brakeley, Derek Coppola, Peter Neal, John Whitney, Mike Papagni, Scott Darby, St. Johns Prep; Paul Freeman, Paul Asack, Chris Williams, Matt Richmond, Tomas Kearney, Xaverian; Julian Colarusso, Chris Rooney, Nick Cataldo, Josh Boyd, Brennan Williams, Catholic Memorial; Mitch McClune, Tom Duffy, Mike Ridge, Brian Sullivan, Cody Morgan, Kyle Ewanouski, Tyler Horan, Tom Conley, BC High; Ryan Curtis, Craig Richardson, Patrick Souza, Mark Sylvester, Malden Catholic.
CATHOLIC CENTRAL LARGE: Derek Harmon, Joe Granato, Nick Desjardins, Bob Donoghue, Jake Hart, Larry Gerrity, Dan Sullivan and Justin Cerra, Arlington Catholic; Sean Costello, Jeremiah Foley, Kevin Pateline, Kyle Holmes, Steve Monti, David Marx, Archbishop Williams; Steve Boghos, John Smythe, Clancy Maim, Steve DeLuca and Dan Ellis, Austin Prep; Bobby Tarr, Cody Johnson, John Moran, Kyle White, Dale Crispin, Dan Kennedy, Dennis Kanarkiewicz, Bishop Fenwick; Fabrice Dragon, Larry Stanford, Paul Whelan and Mark DAllesandro, Cardinal Spellman; Anthony Campagnone, Kwesi Foster, Dan OConnell, St. Marys.
CATHOLIC CENTRAL SMALL: Brian Alessandro, Rey Torres, Nick Donocan, Brett Mayo, Nick Suppa, Romario Berneche, Rob Kelly and P.J. Robinson, Pope John; Sean Monahan, Tim Gazard, Tom Ducey, Chris Mc- Kenzie, Chris Leblanc and Cesar Oquendo, Marian; Neal Grasso, Davidson Peguero, Cam Ortiz and Alex DeShields, Matignon; Robert Williams, Julio Munso and David Caneille, Cathedral; Mark Soares, Matt McCarthy and Robert Ofoedu, St. Clement; Steve Burckardt and Nnamdi Nosike, Trinity Catholic; Cornelius Moore, Lowell Catholic.
COMMONWEALTH LARGE: Nate Adames, Victor Sousa, George Cruz, Rogers Bencosme, Yerison Cruz, Jonathan Delosantos and John Cote, Greater Lawrence; Joe Gore, Joel Mignault, Steve McIsaac, John Allen, Matt Bradley and Matt Casey, Shawsheen; Joe Dellucci, Paul Leakeas, Ricky Sheehan and Tom LeClair, Greater Lowell; John Jones, Jose Rios and Stefan Carter Jr., Lynn Tech; Bryan Trickett, Cameron Taylor, Jeff Beauregard and Craig Eaton, Whittier. M.V.P.: Nate Adames.
COMMONWEALTH SMALL: Pat Orlando, Phil Gillete, Sam Cohen, Max Quirk, Scott Forsythe, Brian Ciccone and Jack Bishop, Manchester; Joe Esposito, Brandon Wade, Chris Esposito, Jeff Rollins, Nadjee Harrigan and Nathan Brudnick, Georgetown; Alex Caraballo, Hamza Abdul, Carlos Rodriguez and Josue Hernandez, Chelsea; Bobby Clinton, Dana Romboli, Greg Vendetti and Mike Calderone, Northeast; Pat Lenaghan, Dominique Jenkins-Maxwell and Chris Hansen, Minuteman; Cam White and David St. Pierre, North Shore. Co-MVP: Pat Orlando, Manchester and Joe Esposito, Georgetown.
DUAL COUNTY: Mike Austin, Ben Fitzer, Julian Dufresne, John Dufresne, Trevor Jeanson, Dave Margolius and Robbie Ruggiero, Acton-Boxboro; Brendan Gibson, Tim Pike and Tim Steinberg, Bedford; Dan DArcy, Zach Driscoll, Dave McKenna, Concord-Carlisle; Dan Duggan, Boston Latin; Darren Cromwell, Mike Gigiotti, Mark Hogan, Dave Rocklage, Kurt Rogers and Jason Roth, Lincoln-Sudbury; Miles Bellinger, Isaiah Quinones and Derek Russell, Newton South; Mike DePasquale, Dan Fox, Colin Halloran, Jon Mace and Tom Sullivan, Tyngsboro; Herman Brito, Joe Cerrone, Brian Flynn, Brian Harvey, Wilson McGrail, Mike Mitchell and Dylan Register, Wayland; Alex Pfister, Ian McEnaney, Brandon OBrien, Riley OKeefe and Mike Zupkosky, Westford.
EASTERN ATHLETIC: Walter Butler, James Tenaglin, Leonard Simmons, Erik Robichaud, Matt Ranzinger, Jack Gomes, Bishop Stang; William Huard, Andrew Gauthier, Jacob Scott, Nathan Tattersall, Mark Dennis Pritchard, Ryan Dunn, Matthew Summers, Somerset; Conor Henry, Michael Leazott, Christopher Hemmer, Ryan Foley, Dennis Doherty, Coyle-Cassidy; Michael McGowan, Nick Schwieger, Christopher Paine, Nicholas Linehan, Jacob Curren, Matthew Boulter, Bishop Feehan; Michael Quinn, Matthew Marujo, Bishop Connolly.
GREATER BOSTON: Blake Yee, Matt Willey, Guss Fayhee, Arlington; Josh Adams, Jesse Sparks, Ray Doucette, Vinson Givans, Julien Buck, Cambridge; Isaac Johnson, Pat McGrath, Joe Baldachino, Nick Cristiano, Justin Spinelli, Everett; David Freni, Andrew DiNisco, Malden; Bobby Sullivan, Medford; Jonathan Norena, Robert Taylor, David Guerra, Chetan Sharma, Somerville; Don Hopkins, Steve Hopkins, Chaz Agrillo, Carl Russo, Chris Sullivan, Waltham.
HOCKOMOCK: Tim Mogan, Brian Woollard, Jim Kominsky, Stephan Neville, Foxboro; David Brunelli, Tyler Dow, Jason Dellorco, Jim Vizakis, Franklin; Matt Schairer, King Philip; Will Gasson, Mark Gilson, Mike McPherson, Dave Westhaver, Mike Abany, Billy Goodale, Mike Morrill, Mansfield; Mike Hart, Elijah Harris, Brett Catarius, Kevin Connolly, Dan Rayburg, North Attleboro; Joe Jeudy, Mark Panciocco, Stoughton; Izzy Abraham, Canton; Dan Godlin, Sharon.
MAYFLOWER LARGE: Jerry Nelson, Kyle Petitpas, Dave Ricci and Jose Santiago, Blue Hills; Kelly Ceme and Greg Peschel, Bristol- Plymouth; Calvin Castillias, Sebastian Pessini, Jake Roderick and Bryan St. Pierre, Cape Cod Tech; Andrew Larson, Matt Lucier, Jeff Osborn and Josh Paulson, Marthas Vineyard; A.J. Goucher, Rafael Marmolejos, David Mendes and Matt Newcomb, Southeastern; Rick Dares, Frank Mogavero, Jake Simpson and Jay Sullivan, South Shore.
MAYFLOWER SMALL: Andrew Alvares, Nick Amaral, Israel Washington and Jonathan Wojtowicz, Diman; Brendon Henrickson, Vlad Santine and Josh Savoy, Holbrook/Avon; Jordan Ferreira and Tomas Smaliorius, Nantucket; Derek Faulk, David Flint, Ryan McAvoy and Lane Tobiason, Old Colony; Peter Beckwith, John Bowman, Mike Donovan and Lucas Mistler, Tri-County; A.J. Coots, Brian Flaherty, Matt Harris, Matt Nunes and Greg Pigeon, West Bridgewater.
MIDDLESEX: Dan McLaughlin, Mark Dwyer, Matt Ramos, Steve Ruby, Matt Welsh, Chris Martin, Dan Chieumento, Ryan Ferrone, Justin McLaughlin, Woburn; Phil Dumont, Jordan Boswell, Chris Crugnale, MacIntosh Bozier, Andrew Millane, Belmont; Matt Valley, Bryan Murray, Alex Miliano, Kyle Pierce, Ben Mullen, Burlington; Ryan Webster, Mike Fimiani, Jimmy Williams, Sean Morris, Shaun Foss, Dale Parsons, Jack Pizzotti, Matt Montani, Tim Morris, Melrose; Josh Harris, Chris Cleary, Andrew Zani, Matthew Gaither, Monty Marrocco, Winchester; Jack Barons, Dan Popiel, Joe Servi, Gerry Huang, Andy Blackett, J.J. Wentzell, Lexington; Tim Lee, Stoneham; John Riley, Nick Serino, Matt MacKay, Martin Hyppolite, Shane Taylor, Brendan Sullivan, John Grodin, Wakefield; Mark Miller, James Queeney, Reading.
MERRIMACK VALLEY: Kyle Higgins, Jim Holland, Kenny Mangie, Timmy Morrison, Kyle Raymond, Billerica; Zak Adamopoulos, John DiBititetto, Michael Garcia, Mike Leavitt, Central Catholic; Lewis Bailey, Albert Ding, Mike Khirallah, Drew Metraw, Mike Murphy, Tim Rich, Chris Smart, Derrick Valeri, Chelmsford; Justin Cook, Haverhill; Anthony Catenacci, Jared Gauthier, Jordan Murphy, Anthony Sutherland, Dracut; Dan Capra, Kevin Coutu, Brian Smith, Lowell; Matt Dugan, David Koerner, Guiliano Pizzo, Methuen; Chris Abreu, Sam Clark, Jon Lars Carlson, Mike Pierce, Matt Rayner, Andover; Tyler Deshler, Jon Gulino, Derek Lowe, Mike Willey, Tewksbury.
NORTHEASTERN LARGE: Andrew Fulford, Anthony Enderle, Cam Marston, Sal Taormina, Dylan Morrissey, Mario Peritore, John Celata and Rob Lowe, Gloucester; Quivari Jackson, Alex Watler, Sebastian Bejin, Tony Johnson, Stanley Sam, Chad Quintana and Cameron Smith, Lynn Classical; Byron Brown, Al Soedomo and Charlie Rucker, Lynn English; Scott Diefenbach, Peabody; Anthony DeFeo and Manny Velez, Revere; Melikke Van Alstyne, Chris Dunston and Colby Boulay, Salem.
NORTHEASTERN SMALL: Greg Pierce, Sean Deady, Liam Blodgett, Brian Kureta and Dave Patnaude, Beverly; Chris Martin, Danvers Sam Perlow, Michael Sahagian, Marblehead; Brett Reid, Michael Dean, Anthony Barasso, Paul Sullivan and Tyler Trainor, Saugus; Peter Kinchley, Trevor Wheeler, Chris Gioiosa, Dorsey Dobias, Brian Palangi, Ilya Levin, Justin Mitchell, Swampscott; Joe McDermott, Vinny Eruzione, Rob Hamilton, Kahlid Ekaidat, Winthrop.
OLD COLONY: Ryan Andrew, Artie Fontaine, Jordan Todman, Justin Cruz, Justin Mello and Sean Sylvia, Dartmouth; Robbie Bancroft and Eric Trotto, Barnstable; Sam Barrett, Brad Gordon, Bob Cormier, Brett Wyman, Sean Reagan and Colby LeClerc, Bridgewater- Raynham; Chris Brown, Matt Howe, Matt Campbell, Allen Leach, Michael Barry and Matt Whitis, Attleboro; Matt Shea, Terrell Walker and Mark Nunes, Taunton.
PATRIOT: Shane DiBona, Sean Cross, Chris Buron, Scott Austin, Mike Vercollone, Elwin McCarthy and Peter Bobseine, Duxbury; Mike Wheeler, Marc MacDougall, Christian Simmons, Pat Curran and Kevin Hannigan, Hanover; Chris Constantine, Richard McCann, K.C. Murphy, Mike Murphy, Matt Cawley, Josh Golden and Pat McAuley, Hingham; Sam Andrade and James Muirhead, Middleboro; Brian Hill, Pembroke; Peter Harrison and Matt LoSciuto, Rockland; Ryan Kane, Alex Cuomo, Scituate; Rob Struble, Sean Gurley and Andrew Thomas, Silver Lake.
SOUTH COAST: Mike Wojtkonski, Trevor Hinkle, Jacob Bowley, Nick Jablonski, Ethan Barach and Joe Kaminski, Apponequet; Joe France and Ricky Silverberg, Bourne; Matt Maclagan, Dighton-Rehoboth; Brady Murphy, Fairhaven; Jarid Conceicao, Tyler Andrade and Kevin Mulroy, Greater New Bedford; Franck Tebou, Graham ODowd, Mike Clancy and Travis Lowery, Old Rochester; Chris Hanoian, Alex Lyman, Chris Howard, Jon Hurst, Cody Callahan and Bobby Jeannotte, Seekonk; Jared Vasconcelos, Nick Broglioli, Steven Monteiro and David Johnson, Wareham.
SOUTH SHORE: Jarad Dunn, Tim OBrien, Kalongi Kabbongo, Kristian Lapointe, and Ryan Walsh, Abington; Brandon Holbrook, Taylor Leclair, Carver; Kyle Pinkus, PJ McCaw, Jale Cuneo, and Pat Doonan, Cohasset; Brian Phillips, Greg Baggett, John Yerkes, Greg OSullivan, and Nathan Brown, East Bridgewater; Michael Bilodeau, Hull, Kevin Byrne, Kenny Debarros, Chris Dintino, Joe Ruo, Mashpee; Kevin Helm, Cam Evans, James Long, and Tom Finkenstadt, Norwell.
TRI-VALLEY: John Slein, Justin Karrat, Joe Piccioli, Jose Gutierrez, Ashland; Chris Haddad, Norman Landry, Richard Barche, Mike Lamothe, Bellingham; Ted Ouellette, Dover-Sherborn; Rob Bowles, Grady Capobianco, Matt Edwards, Matt Bellomo, Mike Stone Holliston; Cory Thalheimer, Paul Ostrander, Mark Sanborn, Chase Berry, Will Morningstar, Luke Warren, Hopkinton; Mike Welch, Andrew Collins, Drew Donnelly, Peter Gumas, Medfield; Pat Hannon, Sean Ryan, Mark Ledbetter, Darren Doucette, Mike Glassman, Jeff Moore, Norton; Jason Gonzalez, Millis. Mike Fafara, Connor Walsh, Jay Whalen, Matt White and Sean Grandfield, Westwood.
COLONIAL: Rai-Jarvis Tipton and Mike Riemer, Berkshire; Gilbert Parson, Chris Chamberlin, Dean Brady and Wesley Wiles-Haffner, Canterbury; Chance Logan, Tom Musumeci, Joe Migliacci, Patrick Brennan and Austin Dean, Gunnery; Ryan Wirth, Alejandro Romero and Dino Mancinelli, Cheshire Academy; Jacob Boganski and Napolean Simpson, St. Thomas More; Brett Hereth and Thomas Wright, Suffield Academy; John Storella-Mullin, Tabor Academy; Joshua Mc- Williams, Westminster; Alan Williams, Joel Penney, Ezra Bynum, Mike Simons and Nick Dalton, Wilbraham and Monson Academy; Scott Cook, Chris Dorman, Ryan Durkin and Connor Sullivan, Williston Northampton.
EVERGREEN: SOUTHWEST: Mike Gerardi, Omari Mobley, Colby Husby, Timm Kaminski and Kasim Edebali, Kimball Union; Tori Childress, Young Jun Kim, Justin Norris and Anthony Smalls, New Hampton; Nick White, Julian Allison, Darris Owens and Zach Allen, Portsmouth Abbey; Kevin Hart, John Lansvick and Marcus Sesin, Pomfret; John Terwilliger, Robert Lerro and Sam Gacicia, Dexter; Andrell Morrison and Mark Blauer, Hyde; Jimmy Hensley and Donald Wilson, Vermont Academy. NORTHWEST: Will Taft, Derek Pratt, Pingree; Taylor Beasley, Josh Mays, Spencer Wood, and Tyler Swertfager, Proctor; Sean Doherty, Dylan Banden, and Bangick Bol, Kent Hill; Mike Orsini and Will Sandkuhler, Hebron; Jordan Wilkins, Mike Box, Derek Tyler, and Shawn Perry, Hyde (Maine); Mike Aldo, Josh Corrigan, and Luke Urban, Holderness; Amir Khan, Jermetrius Troy, CJ Lopes, Jordan Smith, and Cory Dudman, Tilton.
ISLJonah Fay, McCallum Foote, Elike Kumahia, Patrick Noone, Nick Resor, Rob Schesinger and Ryan Strehlke, Nobles; Mike DiChiara, Xander Frantz, Steve Grassa, Nick Halloran, Derek Papagianopoulos and Nico Papas, BB&N; Andrew Belmonte, Darryl Cato-Bishop, Victor Howell, Chris Lane, Charley Loeb and Ollie Taylor, Lawrence; Nick Celli, Matt Evans, Anthony Melchionda, Alex Shulman, Ryan Urso and Ian Vieira, Thayer; Steve Aborn, Chris Amrhein, Dan Kenerson, Josh Scott, Ryan May and Walter McCarthy, Milton; Kurt Berthiaume, David Doggett, George Tsakirgis and Sumner Webster, Governors; Mike DiSanto, Alex Englert, Oliver Hurd and Dan Regis, Belmont Hill; Greg Clifford, Steve Manning and Sean McGahan, Rivers; Brendan Fogarty, Brett Frongillo, Tanner Keefe and Sander Scott, Groton; Sean Flaherty, Chris Homsy and Tom Stratton, St. Sebastians; Chris Burgess, Matt Drew and Max Metcalf, St. Marks; Richie Iskra and Sean Spellman, Roxbury Latin; Alessio Tropeano, Middlesex; Pat Lahey, Brooks; Galiman Baysah, Kyle Corkery, Pat Guerriero, Drew Miller and Devin ORourke, St. Georges.
CLASS A Quendel Ellison, Chris Coratti and Shayne Skou, Trinity Pawling; Bryan Farris, Dan Evans and Chad Hollis, Andover; Blaise Driscoll and Khaseem Green, Avon; Will Elmore, Choate; Casey Brugman, Cushing; Don Simmons and Tucker Kass, Deerfield; Eric Bunker and Malcolm McClain, Exeter; Luke Glendening and Clark Maturo, Hotchkiss; Gary Coles and Paul Clements, Kent; D.J. Radich, Northfield Mount Hermon; Rich Bell, John Strong and Bjoern Werner, Salisbury; Gordy Lockbaum and Walter Fallas, Worcester.
NEPSAC CLASS B Rai-Jarvis Tipton, Berkshire; Ryan Wirth and Alejandro Romero, Cheshire Academy; Kurt Berthiaume, Governors Academy; Chance Logan and Tom Musumeci, Gunnery; Chris Lane and Andrew Belmonte, Lawrence Academy; Steve Aborn and Walter Mc- Carthy, Milton Academy; McCallum Foote, Patrick Noone, Nick Resor and Rob Schlesinger, Noble and Greenough; Tom Stratton, St. Sebasatians; Jacob Boganski, St. Thomas More, Brett Hereth, Suffield Academy; Ian Vieira and Anthony Melchionda, Thayer Academy; Alan Williams, Joel Penney and Ezra Bynum, Wilbraham and Monson Academy; John Storella-Mullin, Tabor Academy; Joshua McWilliams, Westminster; Stephen Ganoe and T.J. Peloquin, Williston; Gilbert Parson and Chris Chamberlin, Canterbury.
NEPSAC CLASS C Mike Gerardi, Omari Mobley and Colby Husby, Kimball Union; Amir Khan and Jordan Smith, Tilton; Ben Gusbert and John Powers, Hopkins; Nico Papas, Nick Halloran and Mike DiChara, BB&N; Jordan Wilkins, Hyde (ME); Devin ORourke and Drew Miller, St. Georges; Nick White and Julian Allison, P. Abbey; Anthony Smalls, New Hampton; Tomas Hoyos, Brunswick; Nick McKoy, Rye CDS; Sean McGahan and Steve Manning, Rivers; Sean Doherty, Kents Hills; Will Taft, Pingree; Kevin Hart, Pomfret; Andrew Morrison, Hyde (Conn.); John Terwilliger, Dexter; Brett Fromgillo, Groton; Jimmy Hensley, Vermont Academy; Silas Redd, KLHT; Jamil Ebo, Kingswood; Darrin Dean, South Kent; Jonathan Reese Stewart, Forman; Peter Buckley, Hebron; Josh Mays, Proctor.