Division 1: Attack, Sr.
Scott Austin, Duxbury
The All-American took home a state championship in each of his three seasons and never lost in MIAA competition. He netted five goals in his final game, a title-winning victory over Billerica. He will play at Cornell next season.
Division 2: Midfield, Jr.
Davis Butts, Walpole
The All-American finished the season with a school-record 55 goals and 29 assists, and holds Walpoles career goal record with 127. The Bay State Conference all-star won 70 percent of his faceoffs in his career. He also was a league all-star in soccer.
Division 3: Attack/Midfield, Sr.
Mark Flibotte, Cohasset
With 74 goals and 40 assists this season, Flibotte finished his career with 230 goals and 122 assists for 352 points. The two-time All American and National Honor Society member will play at Bowdoin next season.
Chris Burns, Billerica
Burns led his alma mater to a 17-5 record and the Division 1 state final. He was named Merrimack Valley Conference and EMass coach of the year and boasts a 90-30 record. We are proud of what the team accomplished this season, he said.
Charles Hardy, Reading
Hardy, who is 160-50 in his career, led the Rockets to their first Middlesex League title and their first undefeated league record. Readings season ended in the EMass quarterfinals with an 18-4 record. He was a two-time All-American at UMass.
Stew Curran, Cohasset
After replacing six starters from his 2007 championship team, Curran led the South Shore League champions to their fourth state final in as many years. He owns a 104-38 career coaching record and enjoys reading and water sports.
Garrett Akie, Dover-Sherborn
The captain finished with 245 saves and a .740 save percentage, and was named team MVP and Tri-Valley League MVP. He is his schools first All-American and its winningest goalie with 48 victories. He will play at Hamilton next season.
Kam Bumpus, Needham
Just a junior and already an All- American. Bumpus had 44 goals and 57 assists this spring to lead the Rockets to a 16-7 record. He also played on the Division 1 state champion hockey team and will be captain next winter
Timothy Finnegan, Lowell
The Merrimack Valley Conference player of the year stopped 70 percent of the shots he faced this season to earn All-America honors. The team MVP is a three-time all-conference selection. He will attend Providence College.
Brian Foster, Medfield
The All-American set team records for ground balls (192) and faceoff wins (253) this season, while winning 76 percent of his faceoffs. The Tri-Valley League all-star also had 24 goals and 12 assists. He also plays soccer and guitar.
Danny Gold, Medfield
The long-stick All-American picked up 94 ground balls this season and led Medfield to the Division 2 state final. The two-time Tri-Valley League all-star was named the leagues defensive player of the year. He plays basketball and enjoys chess and golf.
Brendan Grant, Xaverian
The All-American was MVP of his team and finished with 79 goals and 44 assists for 123 points this season. In two varsity seasons, he finished with 136 goals and 82 assists for 218 points. He will continue his career at Bentley next season.
Jake Gray, Scituate
The two-time Patriot League All-Star is now an All-Scholastic after leading the Sailors to the Division 3 state title. Gray was the team MVP the past two seasons and allowed just 4.25 goals per game in the tournament. Hell attend Kimball Union.
Peter Jennings, Wellesley
The two-year captain earned All- America honors after leading his team to the Division 2 East quarterfinals. He is a two-year Bay State Conference all-star and boasts a 4.27 GPA. He will play lacrosse at Middlebury College.
Gregory Melaugh, Billerica
Melaugh, who tallied 41 goals and 65 assists, was a deserving recipient of Merrimack Valley Conference player of the year. He also earned All-America honors, and is a two-time allconference selection. He plays hockey and enjoys mountain biking.
Jim Queeney, Reading
The Middlesex League MVP and All-American finished the season with 76 goals and 45 assists for 121 points, upping his career totals to 162 goals, 83 assists, and 245 points. A member of the National Honor Society, he ranks second in his class.
Mark Scalise, St. John's Prep
Scalise finished the season with 40 goals and 72 assists for 112 points, and was rewarded All-America honors. He also picked up 37 ground balls and helped the Eagles reach the Division 1 semifinals, where they lost to Billerica.
Matt Schairer, King Philip
Schairer finished the season with 61 goals and 54 assists for 115 points, and capped his career with 169 goals, 146 assists, and 315 points. He is a member of the honor roll and will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall.
Craigh Sullivan, Duxbury
The returning All-Scholastic longstick defender led his team to its fifth consecutive state championship this year. A two-time All-American checking in at 6 feet, 205 pounds, Sullivan is headed to the University of Maryland. He also plays football.
Christopher Walker, Marshfield
Walker set Marshfields record for points in a game with 14 and most points in a season with 124 (71 goals, 53 assists). He finished his career with 248 points. The EMass all-star and All-American will play at Wagner next season.
Tyler Sabens, Falmouth
The All-American rebounded from an injury last year to set Falmouths season points record (113) with 63 goals and 50 assists. He was second on the team in ground balls with 112. He will play at Manhattan College next season on scholarship.
All-Americans -- Greg Melaugh, Billerica; Brenden Hughes, Andover; Mark Flibotte, Cohasset; Garrek Akie, Dover Sherborn; Scott Austin, Gus Quinzani, and Craig Sullivan, Duxbury; Tyler Sabens, Falmouth; Matt Schairer, King Philip; Tim Finnigan, Lowell; Chris Walker, Marshfield; Brian Foster and Danny Gold, Medfield; Kam Bumpus, Needham; Jim Queeney, Reading; Mark Scalise, Tucker Garfield, and John Whitney, St. Johns Prep; Davis Butts, Walpole; Peter Jennings, Wellesley; Brendan Grant, Xaverian.
Academic All-Americans -- Matthew Rayner, Andover; Alex Boches, Beverly; Michael Gerhardt, Chelmsford; Charles Czerkawski, Cohasset; Doug Johnston, Dartmouth; Brandon Wade, Georgetown; Connor Green, Sandwich; Steve Gaudet, St. Johns Prep; Tucker Delaney Winn, Winchester; Chris Rigoli, Xaverian.
Atlantic Coast North -- Chris Walker, Matt Bak, Andrew Brown, Brad Poirier, and Ed Sheehan, Marshfield; Jon Cahill and Terrence Sibley, N. Quincy; Pat Riley, Tim Serrils and Connor Bradon, Plymouth North/South; Marty Bowes, James Finn, Zack McCall, and Derek McFarlane, Quincy; Max Mac- Macin, Whitman-Hanson.
Atlantic Coast South -- Joe Jamiel and Bill Dempsey, Dennis- Yarmouth; Shawn Price, Phil Walker, Tyler Sabens, Terrence Dineen, Mike Wilson, and Dylan Fernandes, Falmouth; Brian Niezgoda and Dan Meegan, Nauset; Connor Green, Liam Bokanovich, and Jack Tyo, Sandwich.
Bay State -- Greg Nash, David Butts, Ryan Whitemore, and Mike Connors, Walpole; Dan Higgins and Brendan Perry, Milton; Mike Rossman and Steve Cottens, Norwood; Kam Bumpus and Matt Vazquez, Needham; Peter Jennings and Robbie Stacks, Wellesley; Mike Guilfoy, Weymouth; Kevin Lydon, Braintree; Pat Curran, Framingham.
Cape Ann Large -- Ben Santos, Danny Clark, Teddy Reed, and Kevin Vanlenten, Masconomet; Evan Hammersley, Lynnfield; Steve Collura, Kyle Dolan, Matt Foster, and Ross Marchegiani, N. Andover; Chris Lesage, Triton; Jake Cotter, Corey Daff, and Ryan Gendreau, Hamilton-Wenham; Paul Van Schyndel, Ipswich; Brandon Wade, Georgetown.
Dual County -- Zack Driscoll, Robbie Snook, and Oliver Cragan, Concord-Carlisle; Evan White, Devin Acton, Jon McIvor, and Ryan Sutherland, Lincoln-Sudbury; Mike Berlied, Chris Titi, and Steve Austin, Acton-Boxboro; Tyler Lorman and Bob Keohane, Tyngsboro; Patrick Kilday, Westford; Jon Calnan, Wayland.
Greater Boston -- Cord Tocci, Ryan Murphy, Matt Mezer, Joe Habib, Matt Wiley, and Pat Cronin, Arlington; Evan Mula, Tim Doolan, DJ Nurse, Mark Benoit, Marco Duca, and Bobby Nadolny, Waltham; Vinny Albano and Mike Agostino, Medford.
Hockomock -- Matt Schairer, John Cuozzo, Kyle Lasher, Chris Pellichiro, Nate Robeson, and Andrew Sutton, King Philip; Malcolm Loyd, Canton; Tim Morgan and Dave Santos, Foxboro; Gordan Champlin, Jason Delloroco, Sam Scoba, and Eric Peterson, Franklin; Mike Morrill, Mansfield; Mike Curran, North Attleboro; Andrew Rapp, Oliver Ames.
Maritime -- Brett Serriello, Bryce Serriello, Jake McGuinness, Mike Brown, Scott Peacock, Mike Donoghue, Barnstable; Nick Nolan, Bourne; Brett Duarte, Bishop Connolly; Dave McQueen, Bishop Stang; Matt Kestenbaum, Dartmouth; Riley Dobel, Duncan Meyst, Mike ODonoghue, Pat Hart, Gus Hayes, Marthas Vineyard; Will Martin, Nantucket; Matt Correia, New Bedford.
Mass Tech -- Mike MacDonald, Jeff Proctor, Chris Magoon, and Justin Flanigan, Assabet; Michael Conway, Alex Krouner, James Rodriguez, and Chris Blessing, Blackstone Valley; Sean Feyler, Shawn Dewitt, Nick Luciano, and Kevin Riley, Blue Hills; John Murphy, Chris Lynch, Ritchie Randall, and Mike Aiesi, Cape Cod; Nick Lizotte and Kevin Mulroy, Greater New Bedford; Richard Contreras and Jeff Valley, Lynn Tech; Daqwaun Kelley and Andy Taylor, Minuteman; Dan Libby, Bobby Toussiant, Korey Keane, and Paul Locke, Northeast Metro; Mike Arricale, Cory Foss, Shawn Donovan, Jason Baker, and Dylan Leone, Shawsheen; Ryan Morris and Lucas Foley, Southeastern; Dave Munn, John Yanoolis, Dan Langley, South Shore; Michael Cavanaugh, Brendan Clist, Kevin Hart, Chris Coffey, and Jamie McLaughlin, Tri-County.
Merrimack Valley -- Justin Malins, Matt Erikson, Sam Cook, Gavin McIver, Josh Torres, Andrew Federico, and Nick Reeder, Andover; Matt Whippen, Matt Thistle, Max Scott, Mike Whippen, William Brown, and Mike Hibbard, Chelmsford; Jeff Scarfo, Bill Frevold, Mike Slatton, Joe Dangelo, Jim Holland, and Matt Langill, Billerica; Nick Vasquez, Joe Natale, Tom Murray, Rob Morton, Kyle Burke, and Cody Skinner, Haverhill; Matt Goyette, Mike Abcunas, Pablo Maguire, Steve Costello, and Tim Demetriou, Lowell; Joe McCarthy, Patrick Helfrich, Preston Carmichael, and Josh Clark, Central Catholic; Ryan Diffenbacher, Mike Duchesne, Chris Bovill, and Corey Saucier, Dracut; Mark Bumman, Mike Hanifin, Erik Kelley, and Jesse Fentross, Tewksbury.
Middlesex -- Zack Power and Phil Dumont, Belmont; Pat DeBenedetto, Jim Queeney, Eric Dyer, and Nick Rossi, Reading; Billy Bleakley, Tyler Gelnaw, Bennett Erickson, and Alex Sullivan, Lexington; Tucker Delaney-Winn and Bobby Belotti, Winchester; Dana DiPinto and Justin McLaughlin, Woburn.
Patriot -- Craig Sullivan, Scott Austin, Derek Sweet, and Gus Quinzani, Duxbury; Jake Gray, Greg Reynolds, and Ryan Woodford, Scituate; Austin Driscoll and Max Vaickus, Hingham; Pat Lawlor and Kevin Hannigan, Hanover; Brendan Sylvester, Pembroke.
Tri-Valley -- Geoff Akie, Chris Whalen, Alex Paganelli, Rafael Ortega and Garrett Akie, Dover-Sherborn; Will Nesbitt and Rich Bowles, Holliston; Devin Atcherly and Kevin Cassata, Hopkinton; Jack McDermott, Brian Foster, Max Zuccarini, and Jake Smith, Medfield; Matt White, Westwood.