Eric Hooker, Andover
Hooker was both the Merrimack Valley Conference champion and the winner at the Division 1 North sectional. For the season, the senior had a 13-0-1 record and compiled a 26- 6-1 career record. Hooker enjoys art, movies, and playing the guitar.
Sean Burke, Andover
Andovers No. 1 player and team captain had strong finishes at the Merrimack Valley Conference championship (shot 73) and the Division 1 state championship, where he shot 72, good enough for fourth. Burke had a 12-1-2 record this season.
Jeff Duggan, Nauset
Duggan won the Division 2 state championship and South sectional, shooting 75 and 70, respectively. His efforts helped his team win the South sectional and finish as runners up at the state final. The senior captain has lettered four years at Nauset.
Matt Montt, Hanover
Montt has been a marked man, playing as Hanovers No. 1 all season. But the pressure was deserved: the sophomore won the Division 3 state championship, shooting 71 at Shaker Hills Golf Club in Harvard. He is also a Patriot League All-Star.
Michael Fleming, Newton South
Flemings team shared the Division 1 North sectional title at the Beverly Golf Club and finished an impressive fifth at the Division 1 state championships. He has coached at Newton South for three years and graduated from the school in 1979.
Phil Gibson, Concord-Carlisle
Gibson guided Concord-Carlisle to its first-ever golf state championship this season. In his four years at the helm, he has compiled a 47-22 record. Gibson is an alumnus of the school and graduated from Holy Cross in 1995.
OBrien helped Weston to an impressive treble. Her team won the Dual County League title, the Division 3 North Sectional and the Division 3 state championship. In her six-year tenure at Weston, she has a 62-33-3 record.
William Boyle, Wellesley
Boyle will go down as one of his schools best ever. He holds the Wellesley record for most career individual wins (46) and best scoring average (35.4). The captain was a two-time Bay State League All-Star. He will attend Wake Forest.
Nicky Buenaventura, Weston
Buenaventura was fourth at the Division 3 North sectional and third at the Division 3 state championship. The Wildcats won both tournaments and also added a Dual County League crown. Buenaventura also plays basketball for Weston.
Brad Cadigan, BC High
With a 37.2 scoring average, Cadigan helped propel his team to secondplace finish at the Division 1 state championship at Brookmeadow Country Club in Canton. The captain won the Division 1 South title, shooting 71 at Glen Ellen Country Club.
Tim Carey, Coyle and Cassidy
After winning the Division 3 South sectional title, Carey helped his team to a second-place finish at the Division 3 state championship in Harvard. Carey fired a 77, which placed him in a tie for fourth on the day. The Plymouth native also plays hockey.
David Gosselin, Woburn
Gosselin won the Division 2 North sectional by shooting a sizzling 4- under 68. He followed that performance up with a 5-over 77 at the state championship. Gosselin was also the Middlesex League MVP. The honor roll student will attend URI.
Charlton Hoy, Brookline
Hoy compiled a 15-3 record this season and won the Bay State tournament. During his career, he has been named a league all-star three times and was runner up at the New England Junior Open. He is a member of the National Honor Society.
Nicholas Maccario, St. John's Prep
Maccario captained his team to a 17-0 regular season record and turned in some fine postseason play, finishing third at the Division 1 state championships. A Catholic Conference All-Star, he hopes to continue his career in college.
Brendan Meagher, Weston
Meagher, an All-Scholastic last year, led his team to an undefeated regular season and wins at the Division 3 North sectional and state championship. The Dual County League All-Star and 2007 individual state champion hopes to play college golf.
Josh Salah, Gloucester
This marks Salahs third All-Scholastic appearance, which couples nicely with his three straight Northeastern Conference MVP awards. He had a 34.2 scoring average and broke the schools scoring record when he shot a 31. He will attend Sacred Heart.
Brodie Stone, Concord-Carlisle
Stone was low scorer at the Division 2 state tournament and was the Dual County League co-champion. He is a two-time league all-star and was named Rookie of the Year as a freshman. He is also a member of the National Honor Society.
Troy Thibodeau, Danvers
Thibodeau had a strong fourthplace finish at the Division 3 North sectional and the next week finished as the runner up at the state championships. He was 14-1 in Northeastern Conference match play and maintained a 37.0 stroke average.
Stephen Winslow, Concord-Carlisle
Winslow capped off his impressive final season by finishing second at the Division 2 state championships at Gannon Golf Course in Lynn. He is a two-time captain of the golf and hockey teams. Winslow plans to go to prep school.
Atlantic Coast -- Matt Tierney, Murphy OBrien, and Garrett Ream, Dennis-Yarmouth; Connor Megan, Josh Dugas, and Cam Geggatt, Falmouth; Joe Fitzsimmons, Justin Cuff, John Carrigg, and Brian Spitler, Marshfield; Jeff Duggan, Paul Ecker, and Tyler Labonte, Nauset; Phil Cash and Mike Higgins, Plymouth North; Joe Sylvestro, Phymouth South; Corey Patterson, Casey Spofford, Ronnie Hewins, and Matt Cassista, Sandwich.
Bay State -- Charlton Hoy and Mike Devlin, Brookline; Joe Quinn, Dedham Robbie Carrol, Framingham; Blake LeBrew, Milton; Brendan McNeill, Needham; Jake Mahoney, and Will Reibstein, Newton North; Corey Menno, Walpole; Alex Bartlett, Weymouth.
Big Three -- Ryan Sullivan and Jordan Chartier, Brockton; Steven Calderbank and Jordan Threefull, New Bedford; Tim Martin and Ryan Connearney, Durfee.
Boston -- Neil Doherty and Christopher Simpson, Latin Academy. Cape Ann: Dan McQueen, Mike Pollack-Twomey, and Jim Dixon, Masconomet; Jason Steele, Pentucket; Jack Ronan, Tom Morris, Newburyport; Brian Corcoran, Lynnfield; Andrew Fecteau, Triton; Dan Daley, North Andover.
Catholic Central -- Kevin McCarthy, Matt OHare, George Carey, Dan Lacroix, and Jesse Powers, St. Marys; Peter Hemme, Tim Benedetto, Nate Fuller, and Dan Hemmer, Austin Prep; Billy Gildea, tony coletti, and Steven Hill, Spellman; Brendan Greene, and Andrew Thompson, Williams; Matt Foster, Arlington Catholic; Frank Courtis, Marian.
Catholic -- Nick McLaughlin, Nick Maccario, Corey Amirault, Emilio Bardini, St. Johns Prep; Brad Cadigan, Ian Thimble, Noah Walker, BC High; Joe Harney, Marc Hetnik, and Tim Boyle, Catholic Memorial; Tom Berkeley and Chris Taggart, Xaverian; Devin Tarpey and Mark Adams, Malden Catholic.
Dual County -- Kip Webber and Scott DiCicco, Acton-Boxboro; Alex Shreiber and Steve Leveroni, Arlington; Kelly Sullivan and John Isnor, Bedford; Greg Keegan and Mike Yandle, Boston Latin; Stephen Winslow, Brodie Stone, and Tommy Ferguson, Concord- Carlisle; Tucker Kabat and Alex Benoit, Lincoln-Sudbury; Bob Marulli, Jesse Zorfas, and Jake Mazza, Newton South; Bob Engel and Greg Keohane, Tyngsboro; Chris Rollins, Waltham; Joe Cooper and Scott Smith, Wayland; John Kane, Michael Sansone, and Andrew Hoch, Westford; Brendan Meagher, Jon Greb, Jeremy Rubin, and Peter White, Weston.
Eastern Athletic -- Owen Lynch and Michael Pierard, Bishop Feehan; Edward Bancroft and Connor Murphy, Bishop Stang; Timothy Carey, Paul Kearns, and Dylan Mattos, Coyle; Timothy Leigh, Somerset.
Greater Boston -- Greg Kirylo and Mark Lerret, Cambridge; Alec Bellante and Matt Huse, Everett; Andrew Delacy and Nick Wolfsey, Malden; Steve Asparian and Eric McNeil, Medford; Jeff Dwyer and Eric OBrien, Somerville.
Hockomock -- Will Theodore, Canton; Brian Kronmiller and Derek Robichaud, Foxboro; Peter French and Tim Gillis, Franklin; Adam Bourque, Matt DiGiorgio, and Tim Grant, Mansfield; Ryan Doherty and Greg Reddington, North Attleboro; Liam Noonan, Oliver Ames; Isabel Southard, Sharon.
Mayflower -- Nick Stylos, Bishop Connolly; Mike Tedeschi, Blue Hills; Trevor Bernier and Rock Oliveira, Bristol Plymouth; Ben Gless, Thomas Bryce, and Jeff Eldredge, Chatham; Todd Souza, Diman; Jordan Bothollo, Nick Abaray, Andrew Corrigan, and John Romanelli, Old Colony; Joe Fonts, Ryan Vermette, and Patrick Burns, Sacred Heart; Blake Brefini and Steve Ahearn, Southeastern; Nick Arthur, South Shore; Mike Sanders, Tri-County; JP Arcuri, Upper Cape; Matt Campbell, West Bridgewater; Jared Leary, Westport.
Merrimack Valley -- Sean Burke, Eric Hooker, and David Gilbert, Andover; Anna Stepper and Gary Shea, Billerica; Jake Hajec, Dylan Ryan, and Joe Leavitt, Central Catholic; Travis Kellegrew, Brendan Allen, and Steve Soucy, Chelmsford; Eric Ledbetter, Dracut; Tim LeBalnc, Haverhill; Bryan Mackenzie and Ryan MacInnis, Lowell.
Middlesex -- Jason Caputo, Belmont; Steve McLean and Steve Cronin, Burlington; Steve Geldhart and John Taves, Lexington; Eric Farr, Melrose; Kevin Crawford and Tim Rattigan, Reading; Brian Cail, Stoneham; Derek Crocker, wakefield; Stephanie Frankian, Watertown; Mike McCarthy and Tim Mitropoulos, Winchester; Dave Gosselin, Randy Parker, and Chris keating, Woburn.
Northeastern -- Ryan Lally, and Nick Pinciaro, Beverly; Jay Rinaldi, Troy Thibodeau, Matt Michel, and Larry Saggese, Danvers; Josh Salah and Tyler Congarlia, Gloucester; Jim Elwell, Jeff Gaudet, and Sean Winchell, Lynn Classical; Patrick Dumas, Peabody; Kerry Roach, Revere; Wesley Koen and Peter Cavallaro, Salem; Alex Patkin and Matt Kane, Swampscott; Jake Rand, Winthrop.
Old Colony -- Brandon Nolan and Tyler Dias, Attleboro; Chase Deluga, Peter Butler, Kyle Mahoney, Pat Cunningham, and Jake Adams, Barnstable; Tyler Malaguti, Taunton; Lily Remy-Miller, Dartmouth; Matt Hart, Bridgewater-Raynham.
Patriot -- Ryan Benton and Brett Goldman, Whitman-Hanson; Wes Barrington, Jonathan Stoddard, and Phil Sciretta, Duxbury; Peter Manzo, Rockland; Brendan Medeiros and Brandon Sturtevant, Pembroke; Nate Kelly, Scituate; Peter Eleey and Mike Mulkerrins, North Qunicy; Matt Chouinard and Matt Bridgeman, Hingham; Steve Marble, Middleboro; Matt Montt and Greg DiBona, Hanover; Alan Morgan, Silver Lake.
South Shore -- Corey Donlan and Max Suarez, Abington; James Kaminski, Carver; Jon Wade and Chase Stebbins, Cohasset; David Pierce and Nick Venezia, East Bridgewater; Billy Martin, Harwich; Ben Jenkins and Josh Spencer, Mashpee; Kris McIntosh and Eric Scott, Norwell.
Tri-Valley -- Chris Weilandt, Jordan Pannis, Bellingham; James Ebzey, Dover-Sherborn; Cole Childs and Jason Lussier, Holliston; Tom Coburn and Mike Richardson, Hopkinton; Chris Melvin and Tim Noschese, Medfield; Stephen Price, Medway; Peter Danko, Norton; Dan Abbott and Cam Johnson, Westwood.