Football

Athletes of the Year

Brendan Burke

Austin Prep, Senior, TE/DE
Burke had an outstanding two-way season for Division 3A Super Bowl champion Austin Prep. As a tight end he caught five touchdown passes, and as a defensive end registered 10 sacks. The Catholic Central Large co-MVP and National Honor Society member hopes to study engineering at Johns Hopkins.

Ralph Hancock

Whittier, Senior, TE/LB
Hancock captained his team to a Division 4 Super Bowl title. The outside linebacker and tight end piled up stats on offense and defense. He recorded 8 sacks, 57 tackles, 6 interceptions, and 2 blocked punts, and recorded six touchdown receptions on offense.

Ryan Izzo

Walpole, Senior, RB/DB
Izzo is one of the most productive running backs in state history. His 6,316 career rushing yards ranks second all-time and his 722 career points is tops in the state. Izzo gained more than 2,000 yards and scored 30 touchdowns in his senior season.

Justin Nascimento

Pope John, Senior, QB
Nascimento produced on both sides of the ball. He passed for 2,155 yards, rushed for 1,094, and had 34 touchdowns (23 passing, 10 rushing, one kick-off return). He also piled up 98 tackles, 10 of which were for losses.

Alex Phelan

Xaverian, Senior, QB
From start to finish, Xaverian was the top team in the Globe Top 20 and it was Phelan who guided the Hawks to a 12-0 season and Division 1 Super Bowl championship. Phelan had 23 touchdowns (14 passing, nine rushing). He plans to attend an Ivy League school next year.

Conor Ressel

Gloucester, Senior, RB
Conor Ressel was a force this season, rushing for 1,924 yards (2,555 in his career), and scoring 30 touchdowns. He helped bulldoze Bridgewater-Raynham in the Division 1A Super Bowl, 33-13. He scored three times against the Trojans.

Hayes Richardson

Marblehead, Senior, QB
Richardson quarterbacked Marblehead to its first postseason since the 1970s. He was named the co-Offensive Player of the Year in the Northeastern Conference Small. He passed for 1,703 yards (18 TDS) and rushed for 582 yards (18 TDs).

Chris Splinter

Masconomet, Senior, QB/DB
The speedy quarterback passed for 1,045 yards and 12 scores and rushed for 900 yards and 19 TDs. He is vice president of the Masconomet chapter of the National Honor Society and is looking at Ivy League schools for next fall.

All-Scholastics

Brandon Amodeo

East Boston, Senior, WR/RB
Amodeo manned the backfield for the City League champions, racking up more than 1,000 yards rushing and 18 touchdowns for the high-powered Jets. The honor role student led the Jets to a Super Bowl, and next hopes to attend college to study civil engineering.

Charlie Bates

Arlington Catholic, Senior, RB
The Catholic Central Large co-MVP leaves the Cougars after rushing for more than 2,800 yards and scoring 37 touchdowns, 23 this season. Bates, who also runs track, averaged an astounding 8.9 yards per carry this season. At cornerback, he had five interceptions in his career.

Evan Bunker

Masconomet, Senior, RB/LB
Bunker did it all for the Chieftains. He rushed for 15 touchdowns, had 6 TD receptions, and threw for 6 scores out of Masconomet's wildcat formation. Bunker led Division 2A in scoring with 165 points. He is also a member of Masconomet's baseball and basketball teams.

Matt Campbell

Attleboro, Senior, RB/LB
Attleboro's losing record is no reflection on the hard-working Campbell, who scored 20 touchdowns and rushed for 1,326 yards. On the other side of the ball, he used his 6-foot-1-inch, 220-pound frame to log 156 tackles.

Matt Carini

Franklin, Senior, RB/DB
Carini helped lead Franklin to the playoffs for the first time since 1982. A quick, powerful runner, Carini amassed nearly 1,500 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also passed for a score. In his career, Carini has more than 3,000 yards rushing, 36 touchdowns, and was a four-year letterman.

James Collins

Reading, Senior, OL
Collins anchored a line that paved the way for more than 3,000 rushing yards by Stan Andre, Tino Perrina, and Ryan Pollock. He is also on the lacrosse and wrestling squads and is a member of the National Honor Society.

Nick Colson

Franklin, Senior, QB/DB
The Hockomock League MVP led his team to an 11-1 record and a playoff appearance. In the playoff game against Natick, Colson passed for two touchdowns and nearly 200 yards. He passed for 22 touchdowns and rushed nine.

Cam Colwell

Xaverian, Senior, OL/DL
The senior two-way lineman was named Catholic Conference Lineman of the Year for the Division 1 Super Bowl champion Hawks. He anchored an offensive line that paved the way for one of the division's strongest running attacks and played tackle for one of the elite defenses in the state.

Mike Connolly

Bridgewater-Raynham, Senior, QB
Connolly's 16 touchdown passes and five rushing scores garnered him the Brockton Enterprise's Offensive Player of the Year award. The athletic quarterback, who led the Trojans to the Division 1A Super Bowl, will play baseball at the University of Maine.

Pat Crosby

Lincoln-Sudbury, Senior, OL/DL
The Warriors' stellar defense, which allowed less than 15 points per game, was led by Pat Crosby. Crosby, a left tackle and defensive lineman is a two-time Dual County League All-Star, and was named DCL Lineman of the Year this season.

Ted Davenport

Medway, Senior, RB/DE
The bruising back was instrumental in the resurgence of Medway football. He scored 25 touchdowns and rushed for more than 1,000 yards this season. He was also a terror on defense, registering 15 sacks at defensive end. Boston College is one school interested in his services.

Mike Delaney

Foxborough, Senior, RB
The punishing tailback rushed for 1,643 yards and 22 touchdowns this season. In his career, he ranks 13th all-time in rushing yards with 4,703. The 6-foot-3-inch, 205-pounder is being recruited by both Bowl Subdivision and Championship Subdivision schools.

Shawn Doherty

Mansfield, Senior, RB/LB
Doherty set the school career rushing record with 2,669 yards. He rushed for more than 1,300 yards and scored 24 touchdowns this season. He is a two-time Hockomock League All-Star and is also an All-Star baseball player. He plans to play football at Bates.

Kevin Donahue

King Philip, Senior, LB
The defensive MVP of the Hockomock League was a force all season. The two-year starter amassed 88 tackles (65 solo) this season. Donahue was a presence in opposing backfields all season, registering 10 tackles for loss, 7 sacks, and 3 forced fumbles.

Patrick Dugan

Westford, Junior, QB
Dugan anchored the Grey Ghosts' offense this season, helping secure a Dual County Large title and a playoff berth. The junior threw 25 touchdown passes and ran for 12 more scores. Dugan hopes to continue playing football in college.

Cabrinni Goncalves

Taunton, Junior, RB/DB
Goncalves rushed for more than 2,000 yards and 29 touchdowns the past two seasons. The honor roll student was the main offensive threat for a Taunton team that earned a share of the Old Colony League title.

Stefan Gustafson

Plymouth South, Senior, RB
The elusive Gustafson set school records with 21 touchdowns and 1,734 rushing yards this season. In his stellar career, he had 65 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Along with being a football captain, Gustafson also captains the hockey and spring track teams.

Jaron Hargrove

Concord-Carlisle, Senior, RB/DB
Hargrove helped lead Concord-Carlisle to its first playoff berth since 1978. He rushed for 1,792 yards and had 24 touchdowns. He also contributed on the defensive side, collecting three interceptions. Hargrove is on the Patriots' track team.

Jordan Johnson

Brooks, Senior, QB/FS
The ISL's co-MVP had a brilliant senior campaign that ended with a 7-1 record and a NEPSAC bowl berth. He ran for 950 yards and 12 touchdowns, passed for 640 yards and six TDs, and had 48 tackles on defense. Called a "big-time playmaker" by his coach, Johnson will play football at Brigham Young next fall.

Aaron Kramer

Duxbury, Senior, OG
Kramer was the main cog on the offensive and defensive lines for the Green Dragons, a playoff team this year after winning the Super Bowl in 2008. Kramer, also a basketball standout at Duxbury, will continue his football career at Boston College.

Mike LaRochelle

Everett, Senior, LB
The senior captain provided leadership for a young Everett defense, anchoring the unit that allowed less than 15 points per game. A four-year starter at linebacker, LaRochelle never experienced anything less than a Greater Boston League title, and finished with two Division 1 Super Bowl crowns.

Nick LaSpada

Billerica, Sophomore, QB/FS
The sophomore was one of the most dangerous players around this season, passing for nearly 1,500 yards and rushing for 1,000. He passed for 20 touchdowns and rushed for eight. The versatile LaSpada returned kicks and played on defense.

Zack Lattrell

Central Catholic, Senior, RB/LB
The Merrimack Valley Conference Large Defensive Player of the Year has registered 251 tackles the past two seasons. A National Honor Society member, Lattrell is also a sectional wrestling champion, a baseball player, and an avid scuba diver. He will play football at Brown.

Bob MacNeil

Marshfield, Senior, RB/LB
MacNeil finished the season on a high note by winning the Division 2A Super Bowl. He rushed for 100 yards on 19 carries and was integral in keeping Masconomet's offense off the field. On the season, MacNeil scored seven touchdowns and was a leader on defense.

Daniel Maynes

Waltham, Senior, TE/DE
The Dual County League (Large) Defensive Player of the Year had eight sacks and 47 tackles. The 6-foot-3-inch, 255-pounder, who doubled as an offensive tackle, also uses his size and power in outdoor track in the discus.

Sean Mayo

Holliston, Junior, QB
The junior quarterback continued his stellar play for the Panthers, leading them to the Super Bowl with a perfect regular season. He passed for 1,758 yards and 19 scores against just four interceptions this season and has thrown for more than 3,500 yards the past two seasons.

Scott McCummings

Natick, Senior, QB
The UConn-bound quarterback led the Red and Blue to the Division 2 Super Bowl. He rushed for more than 1,000 yards and passed for nearly 2,000 this season. He also had a hand in 25 touchdowns (15 passing). He also plays basketball and holds the school record in the javelin.

Quinn McDonough

Malden Catholic, Senior, RB
McDonough quietly led Division 1 in scoring with 144 points. He scored 23 touchdowns and averaged 9 yards per carry after moving from receiver to running back. The three-year varsity lacrosse player was the Catholic Conference Offensive Player of the Year.

Dan Murphy

Weymouth, Senior, DT/OT
Murphy cleared the way for the Wildcats' potent ground game the past two seasons and contributed 50 tackles and six sacks on defense. The Division 1 South Sectional wrestling champion hopes to attend a four-year college for wrestling or football.

Derek Papagianopoulos

BB&N, Senior, LB/RB
Papagianopoulos was a ground-breaking running back and linebacker for the Knights. The first eighth-grader to start on both sides of the ball at BB&N, he broke the career rushing record as a senior when he ran for 1,002 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. The five-time all-ISL player is also a two-time all-New England player. The six-time All-American wrestler will continue in that sport at the University of Virginia.

Ryan Pollock

Reading, Senior, RB/DB
Pollock produced for the Division 2 Super Bowl Champs. The captain rushed for more than 1,500 yards, scored 21 touchdowns, and set the game rushing record for Reading (360 yards vs. Burlington). Pollock also snagged two interceptions on defense.

Silas Redd

KLHT, Senior, RB/LB
Redd was the key cog in the Vikings' 8-1 campaign. He rushed for 2,017 yards and 25 touchdowns in his senior season, averaging nearly 13 yards per carry. He finished his career with 4,634 rushing yards and 56 touchdowns. He has verbally committed to play football at Penn State.

Tommy Romero

Bishop Feehan, Senior, QB/CB
The gunslinging quarterback directed the Shamrocks to the Division 3 Super Bowl Championship. He passed for 16 touchdowns and rushed for four this season. In his career, he passed for more than 2,000 yards. Romero hopes to play at an Ivy League or NESCAC school next fall.

Alex Scyocurka

Phillips Exeter, Senior, RB
After a successful career at Longmeadow High School, Scyocurka opted for a post-grad year at Phillips Exeter. He set a school record with 30 touchdowns in nine games and rushed for more than 1,900 as part of a 2,505-total yards season. He also broke the school single-season record in points with 180. Scyocurka played a key role in the Big Red's perfect season, capped by a 20-14 victory over Hotchkiss in the Eaton-Estey Bowl.

Matt Silva

Dracut, Junior, QB/DB
Silva seamlessly took over the reigns from Matt Grimard, and the jack-of-all-trades threw for 1,745 yards, rushed for 921 yards, converted 29 PATS, and had 37 touchdowns (23 passing) this season. That production led to Silva being named the MVC Small Offensive Player of the Year.

David St. Pierre

North Shore, Senior, QB
The Commonwealth Athletic Conference Small MVP was the most prolific quarterback in North Shore history, throwing for a school-record 5,850 yards and 63 touchdowns. An honor roll student, St. Pierre's 30 scoring strikes led the Bulldogs to the Vocational Super Bowl. He plans to play football at a four-year college.

Andrew Tallman

BC High, Senior, OL
One of the most promising players in the state, Tallman will continue his football career at the University of Miami. A member of the Eagles' 2008 Division 1 Super Bowl champion, Tallman was an all-state champion in the discus throw, setting a personal record with a 178-foot toss.

Dana Valentine

Cohasset, Senior, RB
Valentine helped pilot the Skippers to a 9-2 season and a playoff appearance. He rushed for 1,884 yards and scored 17 times. Also a basketball and lacrosse player, Valentine plans to play football at a prep school next fall.

Dominique Williams

Brockton, Senior, DB/WR
Williams was the most dangerous weapon for the Big Three champion Boxers -- on offense, defense, and special teams. The honor roll student scored nine touchdowns, recorded 42 tackles, and intercepted a pair of passes. He plans to play football at the Division 1 level.

Jon Williams

New Bedford, Senior, RB/DB
Williams chewed up more than 1,500 total yards for New Bedford, scoring 20 touchdowns, one on a 99-yard kickoff return. He was just as explosive as a pass catcher (20 receptions for 220 yards) as he was taking handoffs (145 carries for 1,195 yards.)

Coach of the Year

Charlie Stevenson

Xaverian, , Division 1
In his 17th year at the helm, Stevenson brought his alma mater its first Super Bowl title since 1998 and the fifth in his tenure. Xaverian went 13-0 and captured its ninth Catholic Conference championship under Stevenson. He improved to 144-44-1 as coach.

Paul Ingram

Gloucester, , Division 1A
Ingram has coached Gloucester to three Super Bowls in the past three years, winning two. With 38 "overachieving" athletes on his 2009 squad, Ingram had a 13-0 record. He is 71-10 in his career at Gloucester.

John Fiore

Reading, , Division 2
Fiore has coached Reading back to the top of the Middlesex League. In the past two years, Fiore's squad is 24-1, including an undefeated Super Bowl championship this season. When not coaching, Fiore likes to spend time with his family.

Lou Silva

Marshfield, , Division 2A
After three consecutive years of Super Bowl disappointment, Silva and Marshfield got over the hump with a 13-12 victory over Masconomet for the Division 2A title. Silva, in his 29th season as head coach, also was named a Globe Coach of the Year in 1995.

Dave Driscoll

Dighton-Rehoboth, , Division 3
Driscoll's 29th year at the helm of Dighton-Rehoboth proved to be a satisfying one. The Falcons triple their win total from 2008, going 9-3 and advancing to the playoffs. Driscoll is a two-time Super Bowl winner and a two-time Globe Coach of the Year.

Todd Kiley

Holliston, , Division 3A
In seven years at the helm, Kiley's squads have averaged eight wins a season. His 2009 team finished the regular season 11-0 and made it to the Super Bowl. For his efforts, Kiley was named the 2009 Tri-Valley League Coach of the Year.

John Sousa

East Boston, , Division 4
In his final season as head coach, Sousa led East Boston to the Division 4 Super Bowl. He has 120 wins in 15 years and was previously named a Globe Coach of the Year in 2003. Sousa credits the Jets' success to team determination.

Don Heres

Northeast, , Division 4A
Heres steered the Golden Knights to a Division 4A Super Bowl championship. A Winthrop High graduate, Heres also coaches the basketball squad and was the Commonwealth Athletic Conference Small Coach of the Year.

How we picked the team

The All-Scholastic football team was slected by the Boston Globe's school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass leagues. League All-Stars are selected by the leagues. EMass stars are selected by the school sports staff. NEPSAC stars are selected by a committee of prep coaches. Text by Mike Grossi, Mike Carraggi, and Emily Wright.

EMass All-Stars

Division 1
Andover: John Hennessy, Brian Miller. Billerica: Clyde Carmant, Jimmy Holland, Nick LaSpada. BC High: Brendan Collins, Andrew Tallman. Brockton: Albert Louis-Jean, Sam Previte, Dominique Williams. Catholic Memorial: Keshaudas Spence. Central Catholic: Zack Lattrell. Chelmsford: Joe Gennaro. Everett: Jean Bourdeau, Mike LaRochelle, Rodman Noel. Malden: Herbens Antenor, Shakarus Semexant. Malden Catholic: Quinn McDonough. Medford: Giovanni Sanders. New Bedford: Jon Williams. St. John's Prep: Ryan Delisle, George Sessoms. Xaverian: Joe Colton, Cam Colwell, Jack Dustin, Alex Phelan.

Division 1A
Acton-Boxborough: Jarrett Ober. Attleboro: Matt Campbell. Barnstable: Doug Crook. Bridgewater-Raynham: Mike Connolly. Gloucester: Gus Margiotta, Conor Ressel, Christopher Unis. Lincoln-Sudbury: Pat Crosby, David Quinn. Lynn Classical: Casey Johnson. Lynn English: Travonne Berry-Rogers, Tyllor MacDonald, Taron Seaforth. Newton South: Lucas Walker. Salem: Antonio Reyes. Taunton: Cabrinni Goncalves. Waltham: Daniel Maynes. Westford: Mark Cornelius, Patrick Dugan, Zach Ingalls. Weymouth: Dan Murphy.

Division 2
Belmont: Vinny Cortina, Marcus Papas. Dracut: Anthony Morin, Rakeem Shepherd, Matt Silva, Tom Szymanski. Foxborough: Mike Delaney, Luke Soccorso. Franklin: Matt Carini, Nick Colson. King Philip: Mike Cochrane, Kevin Donahue, Brandon Howard. Lawrence: Nick Elwell. Lexington: Myles Adley. Mansfield: Shawn Doherty. Methuen: John McCarthy. Natick: Scott McCummings. North Andover: Zac Iovanella. Reading: Stanley Andre, James Collins, Tino Perrina, Ryan Pollock. Triton: Brendan O'Neil. Wakefield: Shane Taylor. Walpole: Peter Bowes, Ryan Izzo.

Division 2A
Bedford: Kevin Cangiano, Dylan Gonsalves, KC Mondello, Tim Pike, Ben Rose. Concord-Carlisle: Jon Bumpus, Jaron Hargrove. Duxbury: Aaron Kramer. Hingham: Jake Quinn. Marshfield: Sean Griffith, Bob MacNeil, Steve Sousa. Masconomet: George Alexandrou, Evan Bunker, Chris Splinter. North Quincy: Mike Stanton. Plymouth North: James Krebs. Plymouth South: Stefan Gustafson. Silver Lake: Jaryd Rudolph. Tyngsborough: Matt Donohoe. Wayland: Jeff Brewington. Weston: Zach Feldman, Clarence Johnson. Wilmington: Dennis Gingras, John Moriarty.

Division 3
Apponequet: Tate Doehler. Beverly: Nick Kozlowski, Justin Marrs, Theritch Roc. Bishop Feehan: Michael Albert, Joe Knaub, Andrew Nunes, Tommy Romero. Bourne: Chris McNally. Coyle & Cassidy: Brendan Scarafone. Danvers: John McInnis. Dighton-Rehoboth: Brian Espinosa. Hanover: Brett Wheeler. Marblehead: Evan Comeau, Matt Evans, Hayes Richardson. Seekonk: Joe Teixeira. Swampscott: Matt Barbuzzi. Wareham: E.J. Bennett, Patrick Murphy. Winthrop: Nick Doonan, William Milano.

Division 3A
Abington: Kristian LaPointe. Amesbury: Zach Calderwood. Arlington Catholic: Charlie Bates. Austin Prep: Brendan Burke. Bishop Fenwick: Chris Renzulli. Cohasset: Brendan Doonan, Dana Valentine. Georgetown: Andrew Sinkewicz. Hamilton-Wenham: Paul Littlefield. Holliston: Sean Mayo. Hull: Dan Shea. Lynnfield: Chris Grassi, Jon Leydon, Evan Panzero. Medfield: Kevin Soule. Medway: Ted Davenport, Brian Duffy. Millis: John Duffy. Newburyport: Derek Freeman, Kyle LeBlanc, Shea Quill. Norwell: A.J. DeBenedictis. Westwood: Sean Amaru, Peter Radonich.

Division 4
Bishop Connolly: Davas Wright. Bristol-Plymouth: Evan Cabral. East Boston: Brandon Amodeo. Greater Lawrence: Anthony Ocasio, Juan Olivo. Lynn Tech: Ryan Murphy. Manchester Essex: Jack Bishop, Brian Ciccone, Ben Kekeisen. Shawsheen: Cory Foss. Whittier: Nate Allen, Ralph Hancock, Donald Leighton, Dillon Ryan, Steve Surette.

Division 4A
Cathedral: Saquan Simmons. Chelsea: Daniel Martinez, Nelson Molina. Marian: Mike del La Femina, Miguel Ortiz. Nantucket: Jamie Viera. North Shore: David St. Pierre. Northeast: Mike Cain, Joey Ginepra. O'Bryant: Omari Alfred. Pope John: Justin Nascimento. St. Clement: Robert Ofoedu. Tri-County: Randy Hardy. West Bridgewater: D.J. Jamieson, Patrick Johansen.

League All-Stars

Atlantic Coast
Dennis-Yarmouth: Mike Belmore, Bryan Burch, Matt Dawson. Falmouth: Nelson Baptiste, Jordan Ervin, D.K. Johnson, John Lavin, Lucio Liccairdi, Mike Thines. Marshfield: Bob Driscoll, Sean Griffith, Bob MacNeil, Tom Pomella, Steve Sousa. Nauset: Cameron Seymour. Plymouth North: James Krebs, Christian Small, Jameson Wood. Plymouth South: Hal Blegen, John Carroll, Stefan Gustafson. Sandwich: Pat Conrad, Mike Meyer, Tim O'Brien, Nick Piazza.

Bay State
Brookline: Irvin Scott. Framingham: Nomso Emetarom, Derek Richards. Milton: Olajawon Dickerson, Maduka Nwaanekezi, Daejon Simpson. Natick: C.J. Dawson, Mike DelMonico, Kevin Duffy, Robby Jackson, Joe Kreinsen, Brian Lewis, Scott McCummings, Antone Wilson. Needham: Kevin Cray, Kerry Hecker, James Leabman, Charlie Rotman. Newton North: Ben Kiley, Faisal Mayanja. Norwood: Matt Murphy. Walpole: Peter Bowes, Dave Conroy, Ryan Izzo, David Parkinson, Chris Tetreault. Wellesley: Brendan Brooks, Marcell Cooper, Manny Lubin, Casey Tanner. Weymouth: Rob Barrus, Dylan Garvey, Dan Murphy, Derek Newcomb.

Big Three
Brockton: Edward Cassidy, Greg Hilliard, David Hylton, Justin Juste, Albert Louis-Jean, Jordan McDonald, Trevon Offley, Sam Previte, Luis Saavedra, Jonathan Shelby, Marquis Weaver, Dominique Williams. Durfee: Ryan Alves, Mike Bouy, Cory Burns. New Bedford: Lance Burlingame, Dennis Costa, Xavier Dixon, Jon Gomes, Blaine Hopwood, Nate Lewis, Mario Pipes, Stanson Roach, Jon Williams.

Boston North
Boston English: Melvin Booker, Grayland Seales. Charlestown: Joel Foster, Odane Harriott. East Boston: Brandon Amodeo. Madison Park: Ray Hawkins, Khayree Hudson. South Boston: Jose Burgos, Daquan Hill. West Roxbury: Jeff Casseus, Michael Hernandez.

Boston South
Brighton: Joshua Altime. Burke: Denzel Patterson, Chris Shelton. Dorchester: Peter Berment, Eric Parrish. Hyde Park: Jessie Noel, Elijah Smith. Latin Academy: Sean Devlin, Edbiko Elysee. O'Bryant: Omari Alfred, Chandler Ransom.

Cape Ann (Large)
Masconomet: George Alexandrou, Evan Bunker, Collin Burke, Tom Chub, John Daniels, Kurt Hunziker, Jake Lawrence, Chris Splinter, Yoshio Yabe. North Andover: Alex Blane, Zac Iovanella, Kyle Kobierski, Jack Murphy, Brandon Walsh, Mike Weisman. Pentucket: Zack Eldy, Cam Spofford. Triton: Jordan Doucette, Mike Foley, Brendan O'Neil, Adam Ouellet. Wilmington: Evan Butters, Chris Cazeau, Dennis Gingras, Sean Hanley, Brian Hurley, John Moriarty, John Parsons.

Cape Ann (Small)
Amesbury: Jesse Burrell, Zach Calderwood, Pat Foley, Tyler Lay. Georgetown: Chris Esposito, Andrew Sinkewicz, Michael Wootan. Hamilton-Wenham: Dylan Keith, Paul Littlefield. Lynnfield: Gino Cohee, Chris Grassi, George Hennessey, Tim Lamusta, Jon Leydon, Evan Panzero, A.J. Roberto, Nick Roberts, Tyler Surrette, Doug Ullian. Newburyport: Derek Freeman, Dennis Ipuken, Kyle LeBlanc, Shea Quill, Josh Williams.

Catholic Central (Large)
Archbishop Williams: Alex Furtado, Anthony Glynn, Christian Papazian. Arlington Catholic: Eric Barton, Charlie Bates, Tom Donahue, Nick Doria, Ricky Douglass, James Loshoto. Austin Prep: Ray Acciavatti, Brendan Burke, Nick Dell'Anno, Zach DeLuca, Ron DiTullio, Brandon Hartt, Matt Mulcahy, Jon Richard, Jesse Vardaro. Bishop Fenwick: Nick Corbett, Pat Lyons, Zach Nardone, Chris Renzulli. Cardinal Spellman: Blaise Branch, Zac Cooney, Kevin Dawson, Jared Lordi, Phil Vargas, Jordan Williams. St. Mary's: Ryan Barrows, Steve Carroll, Todd Collier, Nick Day, C.J. Hudson, D.J. Webster.

Catholic Central (Small)
Cathedral: David Cinella, Geeovonte Griffith, Fritz Pallaint, Saquan Simmons. Lowell Catholic: Shawn Frotten, Cameron Hillner, Dan Nguyen, Kelsey Rainville, Danny Ruiz, Brian Waruhui. Marian: Mike del La Femina, Dan Hiers, Bill Kinsherf, Dan Koczwara, Luke McCann, Miguel Ortiz, Trevor Rabidou. Matignon: Owen Bullock, Ray Dunn, Jay Kinney, Mike Nicholson. Pope John: Robert Bartollo, Malcolm Brown, Brian DeFrancesco, Allan Dowling, James McCormack, Justin Nascimento. St. Clement: Kevin Nazaire, Robert Ofoedu, Matt Pereira, John Reyes, Shane Wright. Trinity Catholic: Nick Medina.

Catholic Conference
BC High: Chris Cadigan, Brendan Collins, Preston Cooper, Ethan Holman, Ryan McCourt, Andrew Tallman. Catholic Memorial: Donald Bland, Donovan Henry, Joe McCarthy, Keshaudas Spence, Lorenzo Warren. Malden Catholic: Jon Doucot, Will Guinee, Mike Kelliher, Jon Martin, Quinn McDonough. St. John's Prep: Tyler Coppola, Nathan Cyr, Mike Dantona, Ryan Delisle, Andrew Dieselman, George Sessoms. Xaverian: Joe Colton, Cam Colwell, Cal Cuff, Jack Dustin, Kevin Ihlfeld, Alex Phelan, Chris Tamasi, Steve Warren.

Commonwealth (Large)
Greater Lawrence: Lewis Mendoza, Anthony Ocasio, Juan Olivo, Joseph Pizzuto, Angel Rivera, Luis Veras. Greater Lowell: Chris Puzzo, Josmil Reynoso. Lynn Tech: Joe Brady, David Mover, Ryan Murphy, Alex Quinton, Dustin Rooney. Manchester Essex: Jack Bishop, Alex Carr, Brian Ciccone, Jim Finn, Ben Kekeisen, Garrin Sweet. Shawsheen: Andrew Companeschi, Cory Foss, Bill Reynolds. Whittier: Nate Allen, Nick Ferreira, Ralph Hancock, Donald Leighton, Dillon Ryan, Steve Surette, Ryan Tragakis.

Commonwealth (Small)
Chelsea: David Cortez, Troy Crossley, Daniel Martinez, Nelson Molina, Justin Saez, Felix Torres. Minuteman: Tony Altimirano, Jimmy Mascioli. Mystic Valley: Alex Arredondo, Robert Brown, Stan Marsan, Aaron Payne. North Shore: Brendon Lopez, David St. Pierre, Jesse Wilkins, Pat Wood. Northeast: Ryan Adams, Zack Allen, Mike Cain, Raul Galdamez, Joey Ginepra, J.P. O'Connell, A.J. Ortiz, Shane Peary.

Dual County (Large)
Acton-Boxborough: Kevin Hughes, Sean Macaluso, Jarrett Ober, Jeremy Sides, Jake Sumner, Max Tejeda. Boston Latin: Mike Gortze, Trevor Sybertz. Lincoln-Sudbury: Michael Baranowsky, Pat Crosby, David Quinn, Zach Smerlas, Mike Sylvia. Newton South: Jerrett Atkinson, Kwame Francis-John, Lucas Walker. Waltham: Ivan Colon, Jonas Duffrene, Dan Lombardi, Daniel Maynes, Michael Nutile. Westford: Joe Barisano, Phil Coleman, Mark Cornelius, Patrick Dugan, Mark Hennessey, Zach Ingalls, Brett Sullivan, Alan Surrette.

Dual County (Small)
Arlington: Mitchell Coiley, Zach Lee, Greg Moulton, Gabe Salzer. Bedford: Louis Baker, Leon Barnes, Kevin Cangiano, Dylan Gonsalves, KC Mondello, Tim Pike, Ben Rose, Ryan Shaw, Brandon Watson. Concord-Carlisle: Mike Akusis, Jon Bumpus, Jabrail Coy, Jaron Hargrove, Andy Mangin. Tyngsborough: Matt Donohoe, Steven Jacobs, Dan LaBrecque. Wayland: Ian Bonner, Jeff Brewington, Alex Kazarian. Weston: Zach Feldman, Clarence Johnson, Greg Lanzillo, Tom Wells.

Eastern Athletic
Bishop Feehan: Michael Albert, Kevin Boland, Ben Boulerice, Kyle Cataldo, Nick Cataldo, Garfield Douglas, Joe Knaub, Andrew Nunes, Tommy Romero. Bishop Stang: Harry Flynn, Patrick Muldoon. Coyle & Cassidy: Jack Birmingham, Kyle Cachopa, Cameron Moitoza, Patrick Morton, Brendan Scarafone. Martha's Vineyard: Randall Jette, DJ Kaeka, Lamar Moreis, Thomas Tilton-Heylin. Somerset: Seth Demello, Alex Estrella, Kevin Haworth, Tyler Lyne, Zach McGowan, Adam Pan.

Founders League
Avon Old Farms: Patrick Creahan. Choate: Evan Jackson, Kevin Marchand. Hotchkiss: Alex Amidan, Teddy MacKenzie, Derrick Wilson. Kent: Mathieu Girard, Marcel Pitre. Loomis Chaffee: Griff Cardew, Cameron Sandquist. Salisbury (Conn.): Will Tye, Bjoern Werner. Trinity-Pawling: Damon Clyburn, Sean Donnelly.

Greater Boston
Cambridge: John Antonopoulos, Sal Carrero. Everett: Jean Bourdeau, Andrew Bowman, Jainyme DaSilveira, Sherwood Jonathas, Mike LaRochelle, Rodman Noel, Michael Thomas. Malden: Herbens Antenor, Chris Avery, David Console, Frankie Dunn, Nicholas Hoyt, Aaron Samano, Shakarus Semexant. Medford: Ryan Athridge, Pat Barry, Alex Krasco, Tony Lewis, Giovanni Sanders. Somerville: John DiFraia, Brandon O'Reagan, Rob Pratt.

Hockomock
Canton: Jordan Guyton, AJ Nichols. Foxborough: Mike Delaney, Luke Soccorso, Ty Spencer. Franklin: Matt Carini, Nick Colson, Greg Dellorco, Brian Garvey, Colin Young. King Philip: Matt Anderson, Mike Cochrane, Kevin Donahue, Brandon Howard, Alec May. Mansfield: Dakota Cullen, Shawn Doherty, Matt Schafer. North Attleborough: Joe Kummer, Brett Mastropoll, Josh Mullaney, Bob Richman. Oliver Ames: Kyle Pernock. Sharon: Jeff Enos. Stoughton: Matt Green.

ISL
Belmont Hill: Josh Balder, Patrick Bathon, Ryan Paganetti, Tyler West, J.D. Wolfsberg. Brooks: Jason Buco, Brian Charlebois, Steven Domoracki, Ryan Gibeley, Jordan Johnson, Andrew Peck. Buckingham, Browne & Nichols: Blake Barker, Eric Bertino, Alex Farkes, Andre Joseph, Jim McCaffrey, Derek Papagianopoulos. Governor's Academy: Jeff Lamson, Remington Pope. Groton: Andrew Daigneault, Brett Frongillo, Tanner Keefe. Lawrence Academy: Denzel Brito, Tyler Cardoze, Dan Giovacchini, Marcus Grant, Tony Knight, Mike Orloff, Max Ricci. Middlesex: Adam Haywood, John Lesofsky, Nate Marchand, Wit Vivian. Milton Academy: Jordon Berry, Adam Conklin, Charlie Story. Nobles: Jack Allard. Rivers: Chris Allen, Taariq Allen, Ben Patrick. Roxbury Latin: Jack Colton, Michael Dodakian, Joey Giandomenico, Zach Markell, Josh Rivers. St. George's: Teddy Swift. St. Mark's: Brian Ayers, Tim Kast, Nathan Swain. St. Paul's: Tom Johnson. St. Sebastian's: Charlie Allen, Will Connolly, Mike Ewing, Max Kingsley, Jake O'Malley, Brian Strachan. Thayer: Michael Flaherty.

Mayflower (Large)
Bishop Connolly: Kole Bolarinho, Alex Paiva, Davas Wright. Blue Hills: Brendan Englehart, Sean Kinkade, Derreack Latham. Bristol-Plymouth: Evan Cabral, Wayne DeVaughn, Harrison McNeil, Kevin Sullivan, Nick Welby. Cape Cod Tech: Tyler Amato, Mike Brigham, Taylor Inkley. Diman: Manny Farias, Shane Raposo. South Shore Voc-Tech: Steve Kimball, Sean Murphy. Southeastern: Jonathan Nelson, Nick Ready, Mike Sacks, Mike Smith.

Mayflower (Small)
Holbrook: Phil Clougher, David Mason, Luke Pomerleau. Nantucket: Andrew Benson, Curren Huyser, Mike Molta, Jamie Viera. Old Colony: Jared Chongarlides. Tri-County: Ricky Brunetta, Steve Donovan, Pat Gaffney, Randy Hardy, Matt Hogan, Ryan Sheehan, Chad Todesco. West Bridgewater: Jacob Dionne, D.J. Jamieson, Patrick Johansen, Cole Paskell, Michael Toczko.

Merrimack Valley (Large)
Andover: Connor Clancy, John Hennessy, Christopher McConnell, Brian Miller. Billerica: Wayne Bolz, Clyde Carmant, Chris Clark, Ryan Donahoe, Brian Higgins, Jimmy Holland, Matt Johnson, Nick LaSpada, James Roth. Central Catholic: Zac Borrelli, Zack Lattrell, Andrew Ouellette, Pat Rooney, Cam Walsh. Chelmsford: Eric Arnold, Mike Aronian, Joe Gennaro, Zack Hayes, Tim Joy, Nick Thayer. Lowell: Ryan Davila, Angel Escalera, Thiago Silva.

Merrimack Valley (Small)
Dracut: Ryan Bishop, Jared Gauthier, Jake Malandrino, Tyler Monette, Anthony Morin, Rakeem Shepherd, Matt Silva, Rob Staub, Tom Szymanski. Haverhill: Tito Morel. Lawrence: Harvey Blanco, Michael Calzetta. Methuen: Cal Carroll, Jason Doyle, Aaron Ferreira, Jeff McAndrew, John McCarthy, Raudy Minaya, Pat O'Leary. Tewksbury: Mike Altavesta, Sean Connolly.

Middlesex
Belmont: Vinny Cortina, Garrett Cunningham, Marcus Papas. Burlington: Sean Moran, Dan Murphy. Lexington: Myles Adley, Jeremy Moss. Melrose: Jason Campbell, Will Gardiner. Reading: Stanley Andre, Dan Bourque, James Collins, Jeff Covitz, Ross DiMattei, Mike Lopez, Tino Perrina, Ryan Pollock. Stoneham: Chris Mooney. Wakefield: John Carano, Mike Holler, Mike Hubbard, Shane Taylor. Winchester: Joey Cleary, Owen Davis, Paul Nowell, David Thomann. Woburn: Joe Angelo, Justin Flores, Ryan McLaughlin.

NEPSAC Class A
Cushing: Mike Garrity, Rob Holoman. Deerfield: Connor Scott. Northfield Mt. Hermon: Matt Brown. Phillips Andover: Michael Bernieri, Robert Vardaro. Phillips Exeter: Dan Guadagnoli, David Mothander, Alex Scyocurka. Taft: Jake Cantoni, Chris Evans. Worcester Academy: Tevin Padilla, Canaan Severin. Avon Old Farms: Patrick Creahan. Choate: Evan Jackson, Kevin Marchand. Hotchkiss: Alex Amidan, Teddy MacKenzie, Derrick Wilson. Kent: Mathieu Girard, Marcel Pitre. Loomis Chaffee: Griff Cardew, Cameron Sandquist. Salisbury (Conn.): Will Tye, Bjoern Werner. Trinity-Pawling: Damon Clyburn, Sean Donnelly. Offensive Player of the Year: Alex Scyocurka, Phillips Exeter. Defensive Player of the Year: Alex Amidan, Hotchkiss.

NEPSAC Class B
Belmont Hill: Ryan Paganetti, Patrick Bathon. Berkshire: Ryan MacDonald. Buckingham, Browne & Nichols: Derek Papagianopoulos, Jim McCaffrey, Blake Barker. Canterbury: Richie Edwards, Chris Abner, Alex Lord. Cheshire Academy: Sean Sylvia, Travis Hurd, Ian Wiggins. Gunnery: Woody Williams. Lawrence Academy: Anthony Knight, Denzel Brito, Mike Orloff, Daniel Giovacchini, Marcus Grant, Tyler Cardoze. Milton Academy: Jordan Berry. Noble and Greenough: Jack Allard. St. Sebastian’s: Mike Ewing, Jake O’Malley. St. Thomas More: Terrell Williams. Suffield Academy: Michael Budness, Atiq Lucas, Henry Thevenin. Tabor Academy: Cody Martin. Westminster: Alex Martin. Wilbraham and Monson: Trevor Treibt. Williston: Tim Murray, Justin Segal. Co-Linemen of the Year: Ian Wiggins, Cheshire Academy and Tyler Cardoze, Lawrence Academy.

NEPSAC Class C
Pingree: Brian Rogers, Brandon Parker, Brendon Oliver. Kimball Union: Bryant Fitzgerald, Gustavo Cruz, Akeen Labitue. King Low Heywood Thomas: Silas Redd, Kevin Pierre-Louis, Eric Joyner. New Hampton: Eric Dean, Andrew Lebowitz, Jake Kiley. Brooks: Jordan Johnson, Jason Buco, Steven Domoracki. Tilton: Jamal Johnson, Blaine Theisen. Proctor Academy: Beau Bucci, Patrick Donnelly, Liam O’Neil, Travis Quarless. Portsmouth Abbey: Ryan Silva. Groton: Brett Frongillo, Tanner Keefe. Middlesex: John Lesofsky. Hyde (Maine): Mike Ingalls. Forman: Kareem Cope. Roxbury Latin: Jack Colton. Rivers: Taariq Allen. St. Marks: Brian Ayers. Hopkins: Bryan Turkel. Hyde (Conn.): Charles Watson. Hebron: Rumeal Williamson. Dexter: Evan Shifley. Brunswick: Jimmy Craft. Lineman of the Year: Gustavo Cruz, Kimball Union.

Northeastern (Large)
Gloucester: Gilbert Brown, Brett Cahill, Gus Margiotta, Andrew Mizzoni, Conor Ressel, Jordan Shairs, Christopher Unis. Lynn Classical: Chevere Archer, Josh Cheever, Richard Ford, Jasper Grassa, Casey Johnson, Danny Omorgie. Lynn English: Travonne Berry-Rogers, Jared Dwyer, Sam Hill, Tyllor MacDonald, Taron Seaforth, Ryan Woumn. Peabody: Mark D'Addario, Jeff Egitto, Justin Provencher. Revere: Chris Adreani, Trae Weathers, Will Weathers. Salem: Joe King, Antonio Reyes.

Northeastern (Small)
Beverly: Mark Hannable, George Kallas, Nick Kozlowski, Curtis Manuel, Justin Marrs, Theritch Roc. Danvers: Erik Burgos, Steven Hennessey, John McInnis, Zach Ryan, Nick Serino, Dan Skinner, Corey Walker. Marblehead: Evan Comeau, Matt Evans, Blake Foreman, Liam Gilliland, Alex Haigis, Hayes Richardson. Saugus: Andrew White. Swampscott: Matt Barbuzzi, Chris Fagone, Santino Foresta, Randall Kelleher, Jared Richard, Kyle Shonio. Winthrop: Frank Ambrosino, Robert Deeb, Nick Doonan, William Milano.

Old Colony
Attleboro: Matt Campbell, Justin Harris, Ben O'Donnell, Nathan Robitaille. Barnstable: Blake Blaze, Doug Crook, Magnum DeSouza, Will Fogerty, Dalton Gifford, Lukas McGuinness, Jim Needham. Bridgewater-Raynham: Kevin Bumpus, Mike Connolly, Neil Harrington, Isaiah Johnson, Kyle Reid, Donnie Sheridan. Dartmouth: Ross DeBortoli. Taunton: Devi DeCourcey, Nicolas Felizardo, Cabrinni Goncalves, Garrett Nadeau, Jose Rodriguez, Terrence Woodson.

Patriot (Fisher)
Hanover: Fran Armstrong, Travis Brown, Greg Devine, Joey Shisler, Brett Wheeler. Middleborough: Cody Carvalho, Dylan Gabriel, Brian Wiksten. Pembroke: Bob Gratzer, John Owen. Quincy: Reggie Cesar, James Nguyen. Randolph: Christian Lopez. Rockland: Mike Driscoll, Sean Gibbons, Terrence Gibson, Shay Morton, James Mulready, Bryan Whitt.

Patriot (Keenan)
Duxbury: C.J. Cote, Kane Haffey, Aaron Kramer, Bob Murphy, Matt Savard. Hingham: Anthony Cappella, Keith Caruso, Jake Quinn. North Quincy: Mike Benoit, Mike Stanton. Scituate: Wes Hawkins, Patrick Ivans, Tyler Park, Brendan Perkins. Silver Lake: Roger Dillingham, Gavin Doherty, Jaryd Rudolph. Whitman-Hanson: Kyle Daigneault, Nick MacSwain.

South Coast
Apponequet: Joe Bianchini, Scott Diniz, Tate Doehler, Zack Nanfelt. Bourne: Matt Beauregard, Chris McNally. Case: Tevin Bienaime, Adam Gibeau. Dighton-Rehoboth: Tyler Berry, Brett Croteau, Brian Espinosa, Nick Garnett, Matt MacDonald. Fairhaven: Taylor Motta, Myles Perron-Sovik, Eric Stroud. Greater New Bedford: Jordan Burris, Drew Frenette. Old Rochester: Ian Knapton. Seekonk: Matt Lockwood, Jake Lyman, Kevin Pomerleau, Joe Teixeira. Wareham: E.J. Bennett, Joe Gomes, Sean Macrillis, Patrick Murphy.

South Shore
Abington: Rob Cornish, Andrew Crostra, Conor Frazier, Kristian LaPointe. Carver: Mike Cabral. Cohasset: Jeff Cavanaro, Brendan Doonan, Jake Kissick, Nick Lieberman, Will Lynner, Dana Valentine. East Bridgewater: Casey DeAndrade, Dominic Puopolo. Hull: Ethan Hanks, Mark Mainini, Joe Miller, Dan Shea. Mashpee: Devin Andrade, David Cronin, Nick Hannan, Zach Martin, Robbie Raymond. Norwell: A.J. DeBenedictis, Dan Regan, Dom Wooten.

Tri-Valley
Ashland: Tim Carey. Bellingham: Jason Lacasse. Dover-Sherborn: Jovani Curet, Tim Torigian. Holliston: Christian Baker, Dan Barone, Ryan Barrett, Kevin Curry, Tom Donovan, Jake Frechette, Kevin Lamarque, Sean Mayo, Dan Oteri, Ethan Rayner. Hopkinton: Jeremy Gram, Mike Maresca. Medfield: Kevin Soule, Chris Warren. Medway: Joe Davenport, Ted Davenport, Brian Duffy, Kevin Flanagan, John Giacobbe, Kyle McSweeney, Bryan Narcisse, Beau Regan. Millis: John Duffy, Nick Hyman, Joe Norton, Ryan Perkins. Norton: Brendan Curtin, Stephen Gilmore. Westwood: Chris Adams, Tommy Ahearn, Sean Amaru, David Decenzo, Cam Gulczynski, Jordan MacPherson, P.J. Pender, Peter Radonich.