Joe Young, Xaverian
Young shared the Division 1 State title following a 74 at Marlborough Country Club. Young has been named team captain twice and was selected to the Catholic Conference All-Star team for the third consecutive season
Cam Kneeland, Triton
The Cape Ann League Player of the Year was the Division 2 state champion following his 72 at Waubeeka Golf Links in Williamstown. An honor student, Kneeland also plays basketball and is captain of Tritons baseball team.
Brendan Meagher, Weston
Meagher had the good fortune and talent to take home two state championships. He was the Division 3 state individual champion and was part of Westons title squad. Meagher, second in the DCL tournament, also plays hockey for Weston.
Philip Rousseau, Newton North
Rousseaus Tigers went 15-1 in the Bay State League and finished fourth in the Division 1 tournament. Rousseau, a 1968 Newton North grad, received the MIAAs Sportsmanship Award. After 30 years of teaching, he will retire in the spring.
Jon Murch, Lincoln-Sudbury
Murch led his squad to the Division 2 championship and the Division 2 North sectional. The team, led by All-Scholastic Austin Smith, compiled a 13-5 record during the season. The first-year coach is a 1993 graduate of Skidmore.
Andy Santos, Old Rochester
Santos guided his team to a thirdplace finish at the Division 3 state championship tournament at Wentworth Hills Golf Club in Plainville. His Bulldogs were undefeated in the South Coast Conference and won the league tournament.
Jared Pane, Barnstable
Pane was the top performer at the Division 1 South Sectional tournament. He fired a 70 at Glen Ellen CC in Millis, leading Barnstable to a first-place finish. At the Division 1 state tournament, he finished third and Barnstable took second.
Tony Grillo, Martha's Vineyard
The Harvard-bound Grillo was just one stroke off the lead at the Division 2 championship after shooting a 73, tying for second place. Grillo, a twotime All-Scholastic, sported a 35.6 stroke average during his career and was 25-2-3 in match play.
Peter Anderson, Wellesley
Anderson was the class of the Division 2 South tournament, 67 at Easton Country Club in October, which helped his team to a second-place finish. At the Division 2 state championship, he finished third and Wellesley finished second.
Patrick Johnson, Pembroke
Johnson was the Division 3 South section winner, was fourth at Division 3 states, and set the schools nine-hole record during the regular season with a 2-under-par 33. He was named a Patriot League All-Star for the third consecutive season.
Matt Lussier, Holliston
The team captain finished second at the Division 2 state championship, shooting a 75 at Waubeeka Golf Links. He was also seventh in the Division 2 South tourney, leading the Panthers to the team title along with teammate Cole Childs.
Cole Childs, Holliston
Childs, a member of Hollistons 2006 Division 3 state title team, shot 77 to capture fifth in the Division 2 state individual competition. Childs, along with All-Scholastic teammate Matt Lussier, led the Panthers to the Division 2 South team title.
Austin Smith, Lincoln-Sudbury
Smith was a vital member of Lincoln- Sudburys Division 2 state championship team, firing a team-best 77 at Waubeeka Golf Club in Williamstown. Smith also has a Dual County League individual title on his résumé this season.
Michael Mullavey, St. John's Prep
Mullavey fired a 74 in the Division 1 state final, tying him with Xaverians Joe Young for the state title. He was 10th in Division 1 North. The captain is a two-time Catholic Conference All-Star and finished third in the league tournament.
Sean Burke, Andover
Burke helped his team to a seventhplace finish in the Division 1 state championship tournament. His performance earned him a sixthplace finish in the individual tournament with a round of 78. He enjoys playing golf and watching movies.
Josh Salah, Gloucester
The two-time NEC MVP, Salah had a sixth-place finish at the Division 2 state tournament, where he shot 78. Salah had a 35.5 scoring average this fall with a 9-1-2 individual record. A two-time All-Scholastic, Salah is also captain of the hockey team.
Rich Campiola, Central Catholic
Campiola notched his second consecutive Merrimack Valley Conference Open and shot 81 at the Division 1 state tournament at Marlborough Country Club. Campiola finished third at the Division 1 North tournament in Beverly with a 75.
Andrew Fecteau, Triton
Fecteau won the Cape Ann League Open, was runner-up in the Division 2North tournament, and finished 10th in the Division 2 state championship with a round of 79. He also plays basketball and baseball for Triton.
Atlantic Coast: CJ Cricco, Chase Deluga and Grant Simon, Dennis-Yarmouth; Chris Guerin and Phil Dinan, Falmouth; Joe Fitzsimmons and Brian Spitler, Marshfield; Jeff Duggan, Paul Ecker, Tyler LaBonte, Nathan Mead and Brian Porter, Nauset; Matt Brundige, Matt Layden and Mike Mulkerrins, North Quincy; Phil Cash, Abby Drane, Mike Higgins, Dustin Vinci and Jordan Wylie, Plymouth North; Joe Sylvestro, Plymouth South; Kevin Shea and Ricky Salvucci, Quincy; Ronnie Hewins, Brian Fleckles, Chris McCabe, Cory Patterson, Casey Spofford, Sandwich; Ryan Ambrose, Ryan Benton, Brett Goldman and Ben Norris, Whitman-Hanson.
Bay State: Paul Durnfeld, John Nurcznski, and Matt Kehlman, Newton North; Will Boyle and Pete Anderson, Wellesley; Chris Johnson, Walpole; Andrew McGill and Jeff Piltch, Needham; Cody carlson, Framingham; Blake Lebrew, Milton; Joe Quinn, Dedham; Charlton Hoy, Brookline.
Big Three: Terrell Parent, Emily Saunders, New Bedford; Pat Roy, Chris Hampton, Brockton; Brennan Jeffrey, Tom Martin, Durfee.
Cape Ann: Andrew Fecteau and Cam Kneeland, Triton; Jeff Gouzie, Ipswich; Andrew Cogger and Dan McQueen, Masconomet; Mike Walton, Hamilton-Wenham; Paul Robinson, Rockport; David Werner, Newburyport; Joe Kezer, Amesbury.
Catholic Conference: Brad Cadigan, Ian Thimble, Tom Kelly, Noah Walker, BC High; Mike Mullavey, Mike Kasper, Bryant Cote, St. Johns Prep; Joe Young, Ben Abbott, Xaverian; Travis Jonasson, Joe Harney, Catholic Memorial; Rick Giovino, Ryan Shea, Malden Catholic.
Commonwealth: D.J. Sheperd, Brandon Porter, Shawsheen; Joe Dargin, Minuteman; Dave DerVartanian and Brian Casey, Northeast.
Dual County: Scott Dicicco, Joe Keith, Kip Webber, Acton- Boxboro; John Isnor, Kelly Sullivan, Bedford; Mike Yandle, Boston Latin; Tommy Ferguson, Brodie Stone, Stephen Winslow, Concord-Carlisle; Andrew Freedman, Tucker Kabat, Austin Smith, Lincoln-Sudbury; Josh Belowich, Bobby Marulli, Jesse Szorfas, Newton South; Mark Lane, Tyngsboro; Joe Cooper, Nick Hodge, Wayland; John Kane, Steve Miccile, Michael Szamrej, Westford; Michael Buenaventura, Brendan Meagher, Jeremy Rubin, Peter White, Weston.
Eastern Athletic: Lucas Gagne, Evan Landry, and Owen Lynch, Bishop Feehan; Ted Bancroft and Justin Downey, Bishop Stang; Tim Carey, Pat Kilroy and Dylan Mattos, Coyle Cassidy; Mike Anderson, Somerset; Brian Maher, Bishop Connolly.
Greater Boston: Justin Pepple, D.J. Conroy, Arlington; Mark Lerret, Kevin McDonough, Cambridge; Alec Bellante, Matt Huse, Everett; Thomas Huynh, Andrew Delacey, Malden; Steven Aghiarian, Eric MacNeil, Medford; Bill Weiand, Eric OBrien, Somerville; Chris Rollins, Mike Oliveri, Waltham.
Hockomock: Grant Certuse, Matt DeGiorgio, and Bobby Flockiger, Mansfield; Brendan Barry, and Robby Davis, Canton; Brian Kronmiller, Foxboro; Nate Webber, Franklin; James Fair, King Philip, Kyle Marcolini, North Attleboro; Michael Holmes, Oliver Ames; Corey Rossman, Sharon.
Mayflower: Evan Matzell, and Charlie Galvin, Blue Hills; Trevor Bernier, Ricardo Oliveira, and Derek Springhetti, Bristol-Plymouth; Jordan Botelho, Nick Abaray, Andrew Corrigan, and John Romanelli, Old Colony; Doug Riccio, Southeastern; Joshua Lucke, Tri-County; Zach Grant, West Bridgewater; Ben Gless, Chatham; Scott St. Pierre, Cape Cod Tech; Kevin Levesque, Diman.
Middlesex: Andrew King, Randy Parker, and John Renda, Woburn; Matt Brown and Ryan Cail, Stoneham; Dylan Manchester, Watertown; Kevin Crawford, Reading; Sean McGovern, Melrose; Matt Colella, Wakefield; Jason Caputo, Belmont; Brendan Putney and Steve McLean, Burlington; Lee Smith and Greg Johnson, Lexington; Mike McCarthy and Tim Mitropoulos, Winchester.
Merrimack Valley: Dave Boudreau, Ben Rosenzweig, Sean Burke, Andover; Bill Connell, Billerica; Dylan Ryan, Matt Doherty, Central ; Travis Kellegrew, Peter OShea, Steve Soucy, Chelmsford; Dan Murphy, Eric Ledbetter, Dracut; Tim LeBlanc, Haverhill.
Patriot: Matt Montt, Hanover; Cory Greene, Scituate; Brett Stoddard, Jonathan Stoddard, Mark Tedeschi, Phil Sciretta, Duxbury; James Cook, Rockland; Pat Johnson, Zach Ripatrazone, Jack Bandera, Pembroke; Steve Sypek, Matt Chouinard, Hingham.
South Coast: Joe Connor, Apponequet; Brittany Weddell and Jonathan Escobar, Bourne; Mark Savastano, Case; Kyle Harper and Shawn Wynn, Dighton Rehoboth; Brett Pelletier Fairhaven; Mark Frey, Greater New Bedford; Dave Lash and Brandon Oldham, Old Rochester; Greg Malo, Seekonk.
South Shore: Corey Donlan, Abington; Tyler Bohan, Carver; Charlie Czerkawski, Jon Wade, and Chase Stebbins, Cohasset; Nick Venezia, East Bridgewater; Peter Sawyer, Harwich; Ben Jenkins and Alex Wagner, Mashpee; Cody Cavicchi, Dan Dempsey, and Mike White, Norwell.
Tri-Valley: Alex McNeil, Ashland; James Ebzery, Dover Sherborn; Matt Lussier, Cole Childs, Ryan Clancy, Holliston; Chris Wolak, Tom Coburn, Rick ODell, Hopkinton; Kevin Recco, Tom Shields, Medfield; Stephen Price, Brendan Rowe, Medway; Peter Danko, Norton; D.K. Law, Westwood.