Boys’ golf

Athletes of the Year

Peter French

Division 2SS: Franklin
The three-time Hockomock League All-Star and 2010 MVP birdied the 18th hole at Pocasset GC to secure the Division 2 state championship by one stroke. French, who also won the South Sectional with an even par 71, helped lead the South champion Panthers to a second-place finish in the state final.

Jonathan Greb

Division 3: Weston, Senior
The Weston senior class co-president won the Division 3 state championship at Longmeadow with a 70. The DCL All-Star finished runner-up at the North Sectionals. During Greb's four years at Weston the Wildcats won four DCL championships, four sectionals and two state titles. Greb will attend Brown.

Nick McLaughlin

Division 1: St. John's Prep, Junior
The Division 1 state final runner-up by one-stroke, McLaughlin carried a 37 scoring average this season, while averaging 15 putts-per-round. McLaughlin, who was the Massachusetts Junior Champion in '09, helped lead the Eagles to the Division 1 North title with a 74, tying for third-place. He also plays basketball and tennis.

Jack Whelan

Pingree, Senior
Whelan garnered EIL MVP honors for the second straight year, as he led Pingree to an undefeated season (16-0) and league crown. The two-time all-scholastic had a 1-under-par (35) scoring average for the season. Whelan also played baseball and basketball and has committed to Loyola (Md.) to play golf.

All-Scholastics

William Caro

Weston, Senior
The Division 3 North Sectional champion (72) and state final runner-up (72) has been a part of three state championship teams. Caro cocaptained the Wildcats to an undefeated season, clinching the DCL Small title (10-0) for the fourth time in his career. Caro also enjoys MMA, wrestling and tennis.

Joe Cooper

Wayland, Senior
The 2009 Division 3 Player of the Year finished runner-up in the Division 1 state match at Longmeadow CC, shooting a 71. At the Division 1 North sectional, his 76 was good enough for a fifth-place tie. The DCL All-Star and honor student shot a league-record 5-under-par 31 in September at Sandy Burr Country Club.

Connor Greenleaf

Central Catholic, Freshman
Greenleaf took the Merrimack Valley Conference by storm, carding a 73 in the MVC championship to become the first freshman to win the title. He finished the season undefeated and was sixth in the Division 1 North (77) and fifth in the Division 1 state championship (75).

Jeff Lang

Lexington, Sophomore
Lang posted a 7-1 record in match play for the Minutemen. He placed second in the Division 1 North Sectionals with a score of 73 and tied for fifth in the state final with a 75. A Middlesex League All-Star, the sophomore also plays baseball and tennis for Lexington.

Matt Montt

Hanover, Senior
A four-time Patriot League All-Star and three-time All-Scholastic, Montt was second at the Division 2 state championship with a 75 and has played for Team USA and Team New England. A honor student, he plans to play golf at the University of Rhode Island.

Connor Murphy

Bishop Stang, Junior
A repeat All-Scholastic selection, Murphy was runner-up in the Division 3 South Sectionals with a round of 79 and placed second in the states with a 72. The junior and Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star was the medalist in all but one of the Spartans' 14 matches this season.

Patrick O'Leary

BC High, Junior
O'Leary posted a 76 to tie for fifth-place in the Division 1 South sectional. The Eagles' No. 1 player went on to tie for fourth-place in the state championship with a 73. O'Leary, who's an honor student, also volunteers his time at the Boys and Girls Club in Dorchester.

Nick Pandelena

St. John's Prep, Junior
The Division 1 North Sectional Champion hit 60 percent of his fairways, 60 percent of his greens in regulation and averaged 16 putts per round on his way to a 38 scoring average this season. He tied for third-place in the states at Longmeadow, shooting a 73. Pandelena also plays hockey and carries a 4.2 GPA.

Jake Shuman

Needham, Freshman
This first-team Bay State Conference All-Star and cochampion tied for first in the Division 1 South sectionals, shooting a 74. Shuman tied for eighth in the Division 1 state championship. The honor student also plays basketball for the Rockets.

Jonathan Stoddard

Duxbury, Senior
Stoddard led the Green Dragons to their second consecutive Division 2 state title, finishing third with a 76. In the sectionals, his 74 tied for second. The National Honor Society member and four-year letterman captained a Duxbury team that finished atop the Patriot League with a record of 17-3.

Chad Stumpo

Newton South, Senior
The DCL All-Star returned to play for the Lions after taking the last 3 seasons off and contributed immediately. Stumpo shot a 74, tying for third-place in the Division 1 North Sectionals at Beverly GC and went on to card a 73 in the state championship at Longmeadow, once again tying for third-place.

James Wronoski

Brookline, Sophomore
Wronoski picked a good time to win his first ever tournament, as he recorded six birdies on his way to shooting an even-par 70 to win the Division 1 state championship at Longmeadow CC. The Bay State League All-Star plans to play in the Mass. Amateurs and Mass. Open.

coach of the year

Paul Consolati

Pembroke
The Titans went 15-3 and finished second in the state finals. Since taking over as coach in 2004, Consolati has gone 95-11-1, winning six straight Patriot League Titles, two South Sectional titles, and registering three top-10 finishes in the Division 3 state championships.

Larry O'Neill

St. John's Prep
The four-time Globe Coach of the Year led the Eagles to a 13-3-0 season, winning the Division 1 North and state titles. The Boston College graduate has compiled a record of 313-25-7 in his 22 years of coaching, including 14 Division 1 North titles and six State Championships.

Jack Stoddard

Duxbury
In his 21st year, Stoddard led the Green Dragons to a 17-3 record. The team defended its Division 2 South title, as well as its state championship. The state win gives Stoddard five state championships. This is the second Coach of the Year award for the New Hampshire grad.

All-stars

Bay State
Brookline: Brian Corcoran, James Wronoski. Dedham: Matt Baron. Milton: Will England. Needham: Jake Shuman. Newton North: Charlie Goldberg, T.J. Ryan. Norwood: Adam Kewriga. Wellesley: Ian Ballantyne, Jake Kaminer, Chris McKenna. Weymouth: Conor Doyle.

Big Three
Brockton: Chris D'Alessandro. Durfee: Andrew Furtado. New Bedford: Ryan Medeiros, Zach Souza.

Cape Ann
Amesbury: Sean Ward. Hamilton-Wenham: Ryan Richard. Masconomet: Alex Kane, Charlie May. Newburyport: Cam Caldwell. Pentucket: Mac Cavanaugh. Triton: Cam D'Agastino, Richard Fecteau.

Catholic Central
Archbishop Williams: Greg Regan. Arlington Catholic: Ronnie Coiro, Anthony Fusco, Mark Fusco, Dan Graham, Bryan Hunt. Austin Prep: A.J. Bruce, Brian Callahan, Brian Hass, Dan Hemme, Chris Turilli. Bishop Fenwick: Andrew Williams. Cardinal Spellman: Scott Shirey, Kevin Smyth. Lowell Catholic: Dan Chalsen, Brad Pommerleau. Marian: Alex Buxbaum, Joe Cassidy, Joe Collins, Derek Frasca. Matignon: Cam Collier, Geoffrey Guerin, John Rufo. St. Mary's: Dave Deschenes, Cam O'Neill. Trinity Catholic: Brendan Smith.

Catholic Conference
BC High: James Holden, Patrick O'Leary, Noah Walker, Jake Yanulis. Catholic Memorial: Marc Hetnik, Matthew Wessenberg. Malden Catholic: Patrick Brothers, Michael Cole. St. John's Prep: Brandon Bingel, Nick McLaughlin, Nick Pandelena. Xaverian: Craig Norton, Chris Taggart.

Commonwealth
Shawsheen: Mike DiGiorgio.

Dual County
Acton-Boxborough: Cameron Giles, Hamin Jung, Kevin LaFrancis. Arlington: Matt Plourde, Sean Sullivan. Bedford: Matt Capozza, Kyle Cummings. Boston Latin: Mark Monday, Brian Mylett. Concord-Carlisle: Ryan Harris, Andrew Wester. Lincoln-Sudbury: Peter Kraemer, Graham Small. Newton South: Michael Josephson, Chad Stumpo. Tyngsborough: Adam Lane, Dan Stickney. Waltham: Chris Maguire, Chris Rollins. Wayland: Joe Cooper, Joe Felipe, Andrew King. Westford: Dan Lawson, Lance Luther, Jack Ryan. Weston: Nicky Buenaventura, William Caro, Jonathan Greb.

Eastern Athletic
Bishop Feehan: Michael Delude, Timothy Rogers, Elizabeth Rubino. Bishop Stang: Connor Murphy, Mitch Winterhalter. Coyle & Cassidy: Dylan Mattos. Martha's Vineyard: Alex Bilzerian, Michael DeBettencourt. Somerset: Brian Coombes.

EIL
Bancroft: Bobby Donohue, Doug Murphy. Beaver Country Day: Alex Jacobs. Berwick: Max Linemayr, Jonny Malloy. Concord Academy: AJ Casner. Lexington Christian: Colin Urbani. Pingree: Jon Ahern, Sam Cregg, Jack Whelan.

Greater Boston
Cambridge: Sylvan Sheldon-Peter, Max Traynor. Everett: Andrew Delacey, Matt Huse, Matteo Pocobene, Eric Russo. Medford: C.J. Bourque, Steven Scire. Somerville: Kyle Higgins, Allison Monteith.

Hockomock
Canton: Glenn Kaplan. Foxborough: Brandon Goold, Tim Grossman. Franklin: Peter French, Tim Gillis. King Philip: Kevin Cronin. Mansfield: Adam Bourque, Brendan Callanan, Terrence O'Mara, Brandon Weiner. North Attleborough: Eric Marchetti. Oliver Ames: Liam Noonan. Sharon: Josh Parness.

ISL
Lawrence Academy: Kevin Fay, Connor Greenleaf.

Mayflower
Bishop Connolly: Nick Stylos, Will Stylos. Blue Hills: Dave Rota. Bristol-Plymouth: Cora Bernier, Trevor Bernier, Jonathan Cooper, Chad Zucco. Diman: Tod Sousa. Old Colony: Adam Hebert. Sacred Heart: Pat Davis, Joe Fonts, Mike Hanna, Chris Weimer. South Shore Voc-Tech: Nick Arthurs, Bob Balchunas, Tim Donovan. Southeastern: Steve Ahern, Blake Brefini, Sean Foley. Tri-County: Mike Rebello. Upper Cape: Tyler Johnson. West Bridgewater: Steve Ameno, John Berglund, Zach Grant. Westport: Jacob Friar.

Merrimack Valley
Andover: Donny Hunt. Billerica: Jonah Choe, Brandon Kuzmich. Central Catholic: Connor Greenleaf. Dracut: Dan Murphy. Haverhill: Craig Farley, Ernie Lupi. Lowell: Chris Gentile.

Middlesex
Belmont: Chris Concannon, Alan MacDonald, Jordan Paniss. Burlington: Brian Hood, Sean O'Neill. Lexington: Brian DelGreco, Jeff Lang. Melrose: Charlie Brickley. Reading: Paul Andrick, Scott Tully. Stoneham: Dan Lumb. Wakefield: Adam Giancola. Watertown: Tyler Bartley, Dan Kelly. Winchester: Marc Greenblatt, Marshal Pontrelli, Kevin Smith. Woburn: Jason Longo.

NEPSAC
Portsmouth Abbey: Darreb Colbourne, Chris Correia.

Northeastern
Beverly: Adam Capodilupo, Brendan Mitchell, Nick Pinciaro. Danvers: Colin Delaney, Daniel McKenna, George Merry, Colby Sedlier. Gloucester: Tyler Conigliari. Lynn Classical: Steve Nelson. Lynn English: Jared Fossa. Marblehead: Connor Green, Andrew Scholnick. Peabody: Athan Govlas. Revere: John Cimarutta. Salem: Cameron Darmody, Kyle Gauthier. Saugus: Mike Kotowski. Swampscott: Trevor Massey. Winthrop: Jake Rand.

Old Colony
Barnstable: Curtis Collopy, Matt Hills, Joe Hunt, Sam Visali. Bridgewater-Raynham: Jim Kenney, Cody Nussbaum, Chris Oein, Trey Sibert. Dartmouth: Jake Fryzel, Ryan McCarthy. Taunton: Kenny Mather, Casey Mills.

Patriot
Duxbury: Cam Daley, James Magner, Jonathan Stoddard. Hanover: Chris DiTullio, Matt Montt. Hingham: Brian Young. Middleborough: Luke Szulak. North Quincy: Liam Cain, Matt Layden. Pembroke: Pete Camerlengo, Kevin Gately, Jack Reardon, Garrett Wetherbee. Scituate: Mary Mulcahy. Silver Lake: Pat Ford, Alan Morgan. Whitman-Hanson: Sean Goldman.

South Coast
Apponequet: Josh Fickert. Bourne: Mike Byron, Matt Crowley. Case: Aaron Chouinaro, Josh DeCesare. Dighton-Rehoboth: Connor Amaral, James Peagram. Fairhaven: Tyler Hemingway. Old Rochester: Andrew Augustine, Owen Downey. Seekonk: Justin Brosseau.

South Shore
Abington: Ben Pignone, Kevin Quinlan. Carver: James Kaminski, Dylan Messina. Cohasset: Sam Asnault, Morgan Grasz. East Bridgewater: Pat Dempsey, Paul Patnaude. Harwich: John O'Connor. Mashpee: Taylor Nickerson, Paul Urenas. Norwell: Mike Locke. Rockland: Josh Slieff.

Tri-Valley
Ashland: Ryan Kennedy. Bellingham: Jordan Paniss. Dover-Sherborn: Mike Littlejohn. Holliston: Jason Lussier. Hopkinton: Taylor Hammond, Jace McCarron. Medfield: Mike Langley, Mike Mulrey, Jake O'Rourke, Brett Thomas. Medway: Mike Langley, Jake O'Rourke. Millis: Ben Martin, Zack Schuster. Norton: Zack Schuster. Westwood: C.J. Hunter.