Athletes of the Year
Division 3: Holliston, Senior, QB/DB
The MVP of the Tri-Valley League Large, Barone rarely left the field. The senior had 30 touchdowns, ran and threw for over 1,000 yards each, started in the secondary, returned kicks, and handled kicking duties for the Panthers.
Division 4A: Blue Hills, Junior, FB/LB
Just a junior, Burton is already a two-time Player of the Year. He propelled Blue Hills to its second Super Bowl appearance in as many seasons and its first Super Bowl victory. This season, he had a school-record 344 carries for 1,785 yards.
Division 4: St. Mary's, Senior, RB/DB
A two-time All-Scholastic, Collier shared Catholic Central Large MVP honors for the second straight year. The senior back led all of EMass in scoring, tallying 28 touchdowns and accumulating 196 points. He finished the season with 1,701 rushing yards, 101 tackles, and 3 interceptions.
Division 1A: Everett, Senior, QB
The senior quarterback guided Everett to its second straight perfect season. DiBiaso, who is considering playing at Harvard, Dartmouth, Penn, and Northwestern, is the most prolific passer in state history. His 103 career touchdown passes and 44 this season are both state records.
Division A: Taft, WR
The 6-foot-2-inch, 195-pound post-grad was a pivotal part of the offense that led Taft to an undefeated season and the New England Class A Championship. In only eight games, Gaffney hauled in 40 catches for 635 yards and 19 touchdowns and used his exceptional hands to grab six interceptions on defense.
Division 5: Nantucket, Senior, QB/LB
The Mayflower Small MVP led Nantucket to a Division 5 Super Bowl win in their first Super Bowl appearance since 1998. Hughes became the first Whaler to rush (1,216 yards) and pass (1,094 yards) for over 1,000 yards in one season. He also led the division with 19 TDs and 114 points.
Division C: New Hampton, Senior
The senior QB threw for 1,123 yards and 12 touchdowns to cap his career with 2,461 passing yards and 29 touchdown passes. Always a threat to run (1,331 yards, 24 touchdowns over last two seasons) and catch (16 receptions, five touchdowns this season), he also had 95 tackles since 2010 at defensive back. He is verbally committed to Penn State.
Division 3A: Hamilton-Wenham, Junior, QB/DB
The quarterback carried 133 times for a school-record 1,294 yards and 18 touchdowns, while throwing for nearly 600 yards and six more scores. The junior also returned kicks to help the Generals to an undefeated regular season for the first time since 1967.
Division 1: BC High, Senior, TE/DE
McShea hauled in just two touchdown passes as a tight end, but he was an anchor on one of the best offensive lines in the state. His block on Deontae Ramey-Doe's 91-yard run in their Super Bowl victory proved just how valuable the Temple-bound end was.
Division 2A: Dennis-Yarmouth, Senior, QB
A dual-threat under center, Montalto threw 25 touchdown passes and rushed for 15 as the Dolphins won the Division 2A Super Bowl, where he accounted for all five touchdowns. The two-time All-Scholastic finished with a 23-2 record.
Division 2: Duxbury, Senior, QB
The senior quarterback threw for 2,200 yards and was third in EMass with 35 touchdowns passes in 13 games. Three of those scoring strikes came in the Dragons' second Super Bowl win in a row. The three-year starter is committed to John Hopkins for lacrosse.
Division B: Cheshire Academy, Senior, QB/SS
An all-state quarterback in New Jersey, the versatile Villapiano completed 126 of 190 passes for 2,470 yards and 25 touchdowns against five interceptions while also being a threat with his legs (802 rushing yards, 12 touchdowns in career). The post-grad also chipped in on defense, registering 34 tackles and two interceptions.
Weymouth, Senior, WR/S
Bailey-Smith reeled in 15 touchdown receptions, giving him a school-record 28 for his career. He also had three interceptions at safety, increasing his career total to 11. Bailey-Smith plays basketball and captains the track and field team. He hopes to continue playing in college.
Pope John, Senior, WR/DB
The Catholic Central League Small MVP set seven school records in his senior year, including career yards (3,446), career receptions (192), career total (56) and receiving (44) touchdowns, single-season yards (1,306), single-season touchdowns (20), and single-game touchdowns with six in Week 2.
Concord-Carlisle, Senior, TE/DE
A towering presence at 6 feet 6 inches, Bumpus was a two-way force for the Patriots. The captain recorded 52 tackles, 9 sacks, and 4 interceptions at defensive end while grabbing 14 passes for 195 yards and 7 touchdowns at tight end. The Dual County League Small MVP will play at Brown.
BB&N, Senior, QB/LB
Football player is Coady's best description. On offense he amassed 1,372 rushing yards, 850 passing yards, and 19 touchdowns. Defensively, he piled up 73 tackles and 16 sacks while earning ISL Co-MVP honors. An All-American in lacrosse and president of the economics club, he will attend Duke.
Andover, Senior, QB/RB
Coke finished with 1,189 rushing yards, bringing his career total to 2,998. He followed last year's 29-touchdown performance with 19 more to lead the Golden Warriors. The Brown-commit also added 31 tackles and five interceptions at defensive back.
Weymouth, Junior, RB/WR
Colarusso tallied 17 touchdowns this year, 11 of which were receiving. He also racked up 70 tackles and four interceptions at cornerback. The two-time Bay State League All-Star has 33 career touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Colarusso, a junior, also plays baseball.
BC High, Senior, RB/CB
Cooper's dominant senior season came to an end Oct. 22 when he broke his ankle in a loss at Everett. Cooper, who had 15 scores in seven games, was a major reason the Eagles won the Division 1 Super Bowl. The Catholic Conference All-Star had 19 touchdowns last season.
Concord-Carlisle, Senior, RB
The senior was a key cog for the undefeated Patriots, tallying 1,800 total yards and leading Division 3 with 24 touchdowns. Craan saved his best for last, rushing for 344 yards and seven scores in Concord-Carlisle's two playoff wins, including the Super Bowl.
East Bridgewater, Senior, RB/DB
The UNH-commit tore up the South Shore League to the tune of 1,178 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns. For his career, DeAndrade rushed for 2,973 yards, scored 63 touchdowns, and had 10 interceptions from the safety position. The senior is a three-time league all-star.
Lynn English, Senior, LB/RB
Dorsey scored 12 touchdowns and anchored the middle of the defense, leading the Bulldogs to the Cape Ann/Northeastern Conference Division 1 title. The two-time league all-star plays baseball, track, and is on the honor roll.
The centerpiece of Bourne's Wing-T offense, Epps carried the ball for 1,586 yards and 23 touchdowns, scoring a TD in all but one of the Canalmen's 13 games. The senior back topped Division 3A in scoring with 160 points and led unbeaten Bourne to a Super Bowl title.
Cathedral, Senior, RB
Griffith powered Cathedral all year, amassing 2,244 yards in 13 games (172.6 yards per game) for the 12-1 Panthers, who played in their first Super Bowl. His 28 touchdowns tied him for the EMass lead, and his point total of 178 was third best. The senior running back also runs track.
Dennis-Yarmouth, Senior, RB/S
Hodsdon scored 14 touchdowns and intercepted four passes as the Dolphins won their first Super Bowl, a Division 2A championship. The senior running back/safety is a two-time Atlantic Coast League All-Star and hopes to play football in college.
Pembroke, Senior, RB/OLB
The bruising back anchored the Titans' ground game, garnering 1,016 yards rushing and 19 touchdowns on 116 carries. The senior captain also recorded 32 tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown in leading Pembroke to a 10-0 regular season and Patriot League (Fisher) championship.
Masconomet, Senior, TE/LB
The linebacker racked up 100 tackles to get his third selection as a Cape Ann/Northeastern Conference All-Star. Despite the two-time captain's gridiron success, Hunziker is an All-American lacrosse player who plans on playing at UMass.
Chelmsford, Senior, TE/LB
Joy finished the season with 140 tackles to anchor the Lions' defense, helping lead them to the Merrimack Valley Conference Division 1 title. Joy, who will play for BC, finishes his career with over 400 tackles (37 for a loss), 5 sacks, and 4 interceptions.
Governor's Academy, Senior, QB
A two-way threat under center for Governor's, Jozokos scored 13 rushing touchdowns and threw 10 touchdown passes in the leading his team to an undefeated season and an ISL title. An honor roll student he plays basketball and lacrosse and has committed to North Carolina to play lacrosse.
Mashpee, Senior, RB/LB
The senior back injured his ankle during the first round of the playoffs, but still was a main reason the Falcons won the Division 4 championship, rushing for 1,202 yards and scoring 17 touchdowns. He also registered 66 tackles, 2 interceptions, and forced 8 forced fumbles at linebacker.
Cardinal Spellman, Senior, FB/LB
Kustka won a share of the Catholic Central Large MVP, garnering 110 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 5 balls batted down. Kustka also ran for 700 yards, caught for 150, and found the end zone 13 times. The senior fullback finished his career with 289 tackles.
Everett, Senior, HB/LB
The senior running back scored 15 touchdowns for the top-ranked Crimson Tide, good for the second most in Division 1A. The Greater Boston League All-Star was also a force at linebacker, making him one of the state's top two-way players.
Weymouth, Senior, QB
McLevedge's 41 touchdown passes this year set a school record, and was just three passes shy of tying the state mark. He threw for 2,700 yards while running for eight more scores, leading the Wildcats to a 9-2 record. The senior also captains the baseball team.
Pope John, Senior, QB
The two-time Catholic Central League Small All-Star missed the season opener due to injury, but returned to pass for a school-record 30 touchdowns, run for six more, and complete 79% of his passes. The senior set a Tigers record for total yards in a game with 579 on Thanksgiving.
Mashpee, Senior, S/QB
Orcutt quarterbacked the Falcons to a Super Bowl championship, passing for 604 yards and seven touchdowns against just one interception and running for 436 yards and seven more scores. He made 86 tackles - 17 in the South Shore League-clincher against East Bridgewater - and intercepted six passes while forcing three fumbles.
Woburn, Senior, RB/K
The Middlesex League Large MVP played a huge role in the Tanners' potent offense. He finished the season with 24 touchdowns (19 rushing) and 164 points, good for first in Division 2. The senior back finished his career with 2,259 yards and 44 touchdowns. He plans on going to a prep school.
Wilmington, Senior, RB/LB
The senior linebacker has registered more than 350 tackles in his career, clearing 100 this season. He broke out this season offensively with 1,300 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns at running back. The Middlesex League Small MVP runs track and also plays baseball, lacrosse, and AAU summer basketball.
Millis, Senior, RB/CB
Millis-Hopedale made a giant leap, turning 2010's record of 3-8 into a 10-2 record and a playoff berth. Perkins keyed the turnaround, leading the charge for the Mohawk offense as he rushed for 1,630 yards and 24 touchdowns. The senior captain was also the Tri-Valley League Small MVP.
Marblehead, Senior, RB/DB
With 20 touchdowns, the senior back became the Magicians' all-time leading scorer with 45 career visits to the end zone. His 1,550 all-purpose yards gave him 3,900, and his four interceptions gave him 11. He also captains the baseball team and plans to play football next fall.
Catholic Memorial, Senior, WR/DB
Reeves had 1,103 yards and 16 touchdowns on 52 carries, 328 yards on 21 catches, recorded 51 tackles and an interception at cornerback, and returned a punt for a touchdown. Reeves, who also excels at basketball, plans on playing at Penn State.
Needham, Senior, TE/LB
The senior had 72 receptions for 15 touchdowns and 1,266 yards to carry the Rockets into the Division 1 Super Bowl. For his career, the two-time Bay State League All-Star had 24 touchdowns, 125 receptions, and 2,115 yards. Riley hopes to play football and lacrosse in college.
King Philip, Senior, RB
The senior led Division 2 with 22 rushing touchdowns and was tied for the lead in total touchdowns with 24. The Hockomock League Offensive MVP scored three or more touchdowns in five games, including six against Attleboro in Week 9, to help the Warriors secure their first ever playoff berth.
Mansfield, Senior, LB/TE
Schafer, the unanimous Hockomock League Defensive MVP, recorded a school-record 100 tackles at middle linebacker this season, 58 of them solo, and had 3.5 sacks. The senior was also a valuable special teams player and blocking tight end. He plans on playing at the college level.
Bridgewater-Raynham, Senior, RB/LB
The senior back scored nine touchdowns for the Trojans, but it was his defense that impressed. Schlatz had 87 tackles (10 for a loss), 4 sacks, and 4 interceptions at linebacker. The two-time Old Colony League All-Star is also on the honor roll.
Chelmsford, Senior, DB/RB
Sheridan reached the end zone 25 times, more than any running back in EMass, for the 10-2 Lions. The senior ran for 1,400 yards and plans on continuing his play at a Division 3 college. Sheridan also plays lacrosse.
Everett, Senior, C
The second-highest scoring offense in state history started with Stanfield. The senior center helped record-setting quarterback Jonathan DiBiaso stay off the turf and paved the way for fellow All-Scholastic Vondell Langston as the Crimson Tide captured another Super Bowl.
Lincoln-Sudbury, Senior, LB
Twyman recorded 117 tackles, 4 interceptions, and 3 forced fumbles at linebacker as he led the Warriors to the Division1 1A Super Bowl game. The kicker/punter's foot accounted for 50 points and punted for an average of 36 yards per punt. He plans on going to Brown.
Swampscott, Senior, QB/FS
The Division 2 Cape Ann/Northeastern Conference MVP racked up 3,150 all-purpose yards (2,200 passing) with 39 touchdowns (25 passing). The Brown-commit also registered 40 tackles, two interceptions, and two forced fumbles as a safety. Walsh was also a league all-star in baseball.
Duxbury, Senior, TE/DE
Webber was one of quarterback Matt O'Keefe's favorite targets during the Dragons' unbeaten stretch, which has included two Super Bowl crowns. The senior receiver had a Division-2 leading 11 touchdown receptions, and his play at defensive end has helped him become a two-time All-Scholastic.
Catholic Memorial, Senior, MLB/TE
Williams racked up 119 tackles in nine games at middle linebacker, which is what he is projected to play at Penn State. The Catholic Conference All-Star led the Knights to a 7-2 record and is a member of the National Honor Society.
coach of the year
The Titans coach enjoyed a milestone season, clinching the Patriot (Fisher) for his 17th league title and picking up career win No. 200 on Thanksgiving. Pembroke went undefeated in the regular season in only its eighth year in existence. This is his third time winning this award.
Despite losing quarterback Drew Burnett and running back Ian Riley to injuries midway through the season, Duffy coached the Rockets to a 9-4 record, the Bay State (Carey) title, and a spot in the Division 1 Super Bowl. His career record is 93-65-1.
One year after guiding the Dolphins to their first postseason appearance, Funk led Dennis-Yarmouth all the way to their first Super Bowl win to cap the school's first undefeated season since 1960. The Wakefield High and UConn graduate is also the baseball coach.
Lopez guided the Warriors to an 11-2 record and the Dual County League (Large) title. The 34-year head coach and former president of the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association has a career record of 246-104-5. Lopez has been a recipient of the MHSFCA's Distinguished Service Award.
Duxbury has not lost a game under Maimaron since Dec. 1, 2009. The 9-year coach led the Dragons to their second straight undefeated campaign, extending their state-best 26-game winning streak with win in the Division 2 Super Bowl. He is 76-10 since taking over the program seven years ago.
A former player at Nantucket (class of '89), Manchester took his team to a 9-win season and a Division 5 Super Bowl championship in just his first season as the school's head coach. He previously coached 9 years at Marblehead, Amherst, and Marshwood (Maine).
In his second season coaching the Canalmen, the Northeastern graduate was flawless, guiding his club to a 13-0 record and the Division 3A Super Bowl title. The South Coast Conference champions, which finished 6-5 a season ago, averaged 28.6 points per game while surrendering only 12.8.
A Millis-Hopedale football program that was ready to fold three years ago surprised everyone under the guidance of Olmsted. The Mohawks lost in the postseason, but not before the Tri-Valley League champions made a 9-win improvement. Olmsted is a 21-year sideline veteran.
After 18 years as an assistant coach, Sigsbury made the most out of his first year as a head coach. The Salem State graduate led the school to an undefeated regular season and Cathedral's first ever Super Bowl berth. He is also the Catholic Central League Small nominee to coach the Shriners All-Star Game.
Dennis-Yarmouth: Barry Dempsey, Artie Hairston, Dylan Hodsdon, Damion Johnson, Tommy Kennedy, Matthew Montalto, Hunter Oppedisano. Falmouth: Matt Dineen, Matt Tavares. Marshfield: Sean Camire, Joe Hastry, Bryan Mey, Mark Pomella, Mike Williams. Nauset: Brendan Battles-Santos, Dakota Girard, Derrick Holmes, Nathan Holmes, Lichota Seidewand. Plymouth North: Jamie Dougherty, John Reardon, Vinny Tavanelli. Plymouth South: Todd Bazarewsky, Dylan Oxsen. Sandwich: Kyle Hein, Tony Tully.
Braintree: Mykel Lane. Framingham: Donald Goff, Corey McGrath. Natick: Brian Dunlap, Mike Dunlap, Tim Dunn, Troy Flutie, Brian Tingley. Needham: Jamie Arnao, Drew Burnett, Dan Kavanaugh, Peter Madsen, Zack Nussbaum, Dan Pierce, Ian Riley, Mark Riley. Newton North: Pat Bryson. Norwood: Andrew Alty, Brendan Cathcart, Joe Ciavattone, Tommy Munro. Walpole: Chris Collins, Cam Hanley, Craig Hanley, Dan King, Dave Thibault, Dan Woods. Wellesley: Cole Bouley, Dan Elfman. Weymouth: Khary Bailey-Smith, Ozzy Colarusso, John Hachey, Tim Harrington, Cameron McLevedge, Sean Murphy, Shawn Whouley.
Brockton: Josh Braley, Josh Brewster, Devante Cartwright, Malik Cooley-Walker, Anthony Davis, Ryan Kelley, Andrew McCormick, Jesse Montiero, Joe Previte, Austin Roberts, Jerrod Shelby. Durfee: Emmanuel Fernandez, Jordan Furtado, Fritz Gustave, Tyler Pacheco, Tom Soares. New Bedford: Tyler Arena, Lucas DePina, Marcel DePina, Oliver Pires, Mike Raposa, Jaroud Wood.
Boston English: Anthony Aviles, Kordell Harris, Richard Monteiro, Colin Thompson. Charlestown: Marc Accino, Marquise Baily-Dillard, Bobby Leslie. East Boston: Marvin DePaz, Kyle Jimenez-Fox, Leo Parnell, Andre Rickerson. Madison Park: Michael Alexander, David Steward, Isaiabrier White. South Boston: Pannell Davis, Joseph Francois, Sean Hunter, James Toles. West Roxbury: Ralph Corgain, Alex Francois, Aaron Higginbottom, Muller Mirville.
Brighton: Joshua Altime, Dwight Kennedy, Andrew Maestre, Jonathan Marrero. Burke: Terel Andrews, Brandon Newton, James Newton. Dorchester: Kadeem Collins, Robin Cyprien, Kevin Gratts, Elijah Smith. Latin Academy: Kyle Dance, Brian Goff, Alex Guerrer, Ernest Kellough, Amario Malcolm. O'Bryant: Edwin Carrasquillo, Joseph Farrell, Christian Ransom, Mehki Williams.
CAL/NEC (Division 1)
Lynn Classical: Calvin Ebieshuwa, John Finnigan. Lynn English: Josh Bautista, Malcolm Brown-Simpson, P.J. Dorsey, Jemerson Flores, Jermaine Kelley, Josh Michel, Chris Tinkham. Masconomet: Eric Anastasio, Jake Gillespie, Kurt Hunziker, Dylan Mann, Ben Panunzio, Mike Tivinis. North Andover: Nate Hitchcock, John Iannone, Daniel Laorenza, Jon Miller, Stephen O'Grady, Greg Ryan, Brandon Walsh. Peabody: Nat Gaye, D.J. Henrick, Nick Hill, Jason Hiou, Sean Wlasuk. Revere: Drew Lauria, Robert Sasso.
CAL/NEC (Division 2)
Beverly: Dom Abate, Mike Dooling, Brendan Flaherty, Mark Giles, Kenny Pierce, Nick Quartarone, Nick Theriault. Danvers: Michael Connors, Joe Manson, Nick Valles. Gloucester: Devan Hemian, Kyle Lucido, Matt Taormina. Marblehead: Tyler Bates, Colton Dana, Oliver Gregory, Joel Katz, Jeff Peras, John Perry, Will Quigley. Salem: Christian Dunston, Nick Paine. Swampscott: A.J. Baker, Joe DeSalvo, Sam Gold, Zach Kalapinski, Aidan Lang, Mark Lausier, Nick Meninno, Richard Sullivan, Michael Walsh.
CAL/NEC (Division 3)
Amesbury: Delante Castle, Sam Kelcourse, Curran O'Connor. Newburyport: Jared Bradbury, Brett Fontaine, Coltin Fontaine, Sam Francis, Dillon Guthro, Ian Michaels, T.J. Soulther, Connor Wile. Pentucket: Nolan Dragon, Tim Freiermoth. Triton: Ryan Clay, Matt Hill, Derek Paquette, Joe Ruocco, Blaise Whitman. Winthrop: Daniel Feeley.
CAL/NEC (Division 4)
Hamilton-Wenham: Kevin Anthony, Elliott Burr, Taylor Drinkwater, Christian Ecker, Shane Jenkins, Paul Kim, Trevor Lyons, Matt Putur, Luke Wendt. Ipswich: Chris Desmond, John Elnagger, Louis Galanis, Peter Moutevelis. Lynnfield: D.J. DeGeorge, Mike Karavetsos, Andrew Kibarian, Jonathan Roberto, Steven Yobaccio. Manchester Essex: Joe Burgess, Julian Flavin, Maverick MacEachern, Paul Pennoyer. North Reading: John Fortes, Carl Lipani, Michael Moscaritolo.
Catholic Central (Large)
Archbishop Williams: Stephen Evans, Jon Kelley. Arlington Catholic: Josh Bosque-Hamilton, Bernard Lynch, John Mattera, Alec Matys, Henry O'Connell, Pat O'Donnell, Anthony Reale. Austin Prep: Joe Barry, Steve Jepeal, Mark Maradei, Nick Vitale. Bishop Fenwick: Will Clancy, John Coviello, Mike Dainis, Fran Hannon, Rufus Rushins. Cardinal Spellman: Dan Barry, Ricky Donovan, Joey Glynn, Kevin Grey, Pat Hinkley, Dan Kustka, Scott O'Brien, Pete Sawlit. St. Mary's: Todd Collier, Cory Donahue, Nick Lee, Andrew Olson, Andres Rodriguez, Guychard Samson.
Catholic Central (Small)
Cathedral: Carlos Bermudez, Mohammed Braimah, Treyvon Clegg, Marquez Correa, Rajdel Francois, Geeavontie Griffith, Matt Owens, Sage Philippe, Derrick Welcome. Lowell Catholic: Bryan Doughty, MacKenzie Flynn, Jake Martin, Jake Rafferty, Chris Regan, Taylor Rourke. Marian: Trevor Rabidou, Andrew Sharkey, John Walsh. Matignon: Jonathan Barry, Owen Bullock, John Clifford, John Flaherty, Ron Slager. Pope John: Malcolm Brown, Mosies Casado, Narvel Caze, Joe D'Onofrio, Matt Feetham, James McCormack, Robert McMaster, Chris Rogers, Cameron Selfridge. Pope John Paul II: Sean Banks, Jeffrey Born, Tyler Burke, Ben Crago, Robert Dombrowski, Andrew Eddy, Billy Satkavich, Matt Thacher. St. Clement: Michael Julce, Junior Oyaronbi, Matthew Pereira, Kevin Pierre, Jamie Thompson. Trinity Catholic: Mike Antonelli, Jared Madeira.
BC High: Luke Catarius, Preston Cooper, Jack McDonald, Gordon McLeod, Jameson McShea, Bartley Regan, Adam Richard, John Snee. Catholic Memorial: David Berment, AJ Doyle, Donovan Henry, Sean Lampron, Mike Lyons, Peter Ngobidi, Armani Reeves, John Schneider, Camren Williams. Malden Catholic: Scott Layton, Anthony Libby, Jordan Noone, Joe Penta, Kevin Roche. St. John's Prep: Lucas Bavaro, Gerald Kahari, Kyle Kaneb, Owen Lynch, Alex Moore, Jon Thomas. Xaverian: Chris Calvanese, Ray Gobbi, Maurice Hurst, Jules Murphy, D.J. Pagliuca, Hunter Taute, Mike Warren.
Greater Lawrence: Carlos Aquino, John Augusta, Jake Barchard, Jean Garib, Yamarco Guzman, Jonathan Montero, Christian Rivera, Nicholas Sosa. Lynn Tech: Jacob Devaney, Rashidi Ellis, Kennedy Gomes, Pedro Martinez, Jeremy Quinton, E.J. Ward. Northeast: Alejandro Arrano, Ian Bagby, Kenny Bartolo, Jerel Hickerson, Jonathan Hughes, Bobby Novello, Zack Roy. Shawsheen: Andrew Dascoli, Paul DePlacido, Nick Federico, Nate Logan, Nick Martini, Mike O'Hearn, Devonn Pratt. Whittier: Jack Cressy, Pat Lawlor, Nick Mazzone, William Pound, Shane Surrette.
Chelsea: Anthony Arroyo, Raul Flores, Rony Gomez, Juan Martinez, Hector Rivera, David Roque, Joseph Saez. Greater Lowell: Brian Bond, Derek Bruce, Adam Fisher, Joe Forster, Dan LeClair, Tyler Mahoney, Jared Norkiewicz. Mystic Valley: Klysman Afonso, Patrick Appleby, Alex Baires, Brian O'Connor. North Shore: Dan Bailey, Nicholas Brooks, Ryan Fanning, Justin Lee, Ross Murphy, Tyler Skane.
Dual County (Large)
Acton-Boxborough: Mike Duggan, Billy Jackman, Jake Pilecki, Brooks Poulin, Kyle Sweeney, Peter Trombley. Lincoln-Sudbury: Rick Antonellis, Kyle Ashley, Matt Cahill, Brian Carroll, Chris Giorgio, Jack Harris, Tim Krumsick, Will Twyman, Chris Whitehouse. Newton South: Andrew Chen, Sam Russell. Waltham: Junior Cherry, Darius Holloway, Kyle Nocera. Westford: Joe Donnelly, Justin Mount, Matt Sullivan, Nate Tashjy.
Dual County (Small)
Bedford: Jonathan Banister, Sam Bigda-Peyton, Cam Bochman, Ryan Clasby, Nick Falzone, Nick Williamson. Boston Latin: Jhalen Bien-Aime, Zack Grasso, Tyler Hallinan, David Hernandez, Rudolph Lewis, Mike McKie, Seth Occeus. Concord-Carlisle: Evan Boynton, Henry Bumpus, George Craan, Tyquan Culbreath, Jackson Finigan, Tom Gregory, Thomas Kleyn, Andrew vanderWilden. Wayland: Matt Devlin, Tyler Mordas. Weston: Robert Bennett, Igwe Igwe-Kalu, Jarrett Rowe, Richard Webb.
Bishop Feehan: Joseph Agnello, James Corbesero, Cameron Frye, Edward Giles, Daniel Kroll, John LaBelle, Mitchell Martin, Timothy McMackin, Andrew Murphy. Bishop Stang: Jason Beauregard, Richard Gralton, Alec Mahoney, Charlie McKeenum. Coyle & Cassidy: Dylan Greene, Matthew Perkins, Andrew Rodriguez, Mark Schneider. Martha's Vineyard: Delmont Araujo, Tyler Araujo, Michael Montanile, Connor Smith. Somerset Berkley: Ben Beaulieu, Mike Garrant, John Melchert, Pat Monahan, Cole Stafford.
Dexter: Abner Logan, Kian Seibel, Craig Strand, Costa Toubekis. Hebron (Maine): Shaquille Cezont-Holmes, Mike Fitzsimmons, Justin Levesque. Holderness: Keith Babus, Connor Smith. Hyde (Conn.): Safi Hasseeb, Greg Munetz. Hyde (Maine): Bemnett Banks, Zach Tolmen. Kents Hill: O'Shea Bell, Brett Kidik, Charles Migner, Kevin Smith. New Hampton: Clint Atkinson, Javar Coleman, Matt Dean, Dane Dudick, Jake Kiley. Pingree: Kenny Adinkra, Nick Antenucci, Jerome Cappadona, Luis Rodriguez, John Spears. Portsmouth Abbey: Matthew Brigham, Kian Kenahan, Austin Kreinz, Drake Kreinz, Severin St. Claire. Proctor: Mike Lombard, Derrick Nowell, Ryan Peel, Ryan Powers. Tilton: Zach Claridge, Nick DeRocher, David Welch. Vermont Academy: Tyler Hurd, Joe Stefanik, Cedric Vinet.
Choate: Austin Carter, Kyle Nolan, Matt Porter. Hotchkiss: John Vassar. Kent: Chris Mulumba, Tevaun Smith, Jordan Teague. Loomis Chaffee: Steve Turner, Josh Winslow. Salisbury (Conn.): Lucas Amato, Anthony McDonnaugh. Trinity-Pawling: Trent Dennington. Westminster: Kashden Naraine, Kadeam Ward.
Cambridge: Kevin Lovaincy, David Maaghul, Magic Price-Espada, Elija Scott. Everett: Kenny Calaj, Jonathan DiBiaso, Jalen Felix, Ralph Jonathas, Vondell Langston, Chris McCarthy, Jaylen McRae, John Montelus, Nick Stanfield, Jakarrie Washington. Malden: Garvin Cius, Witchie Exilhomme, Jake Martino, O'Shane McCreath, Jamie McInerney, Austin Teal. Medford: Nate Clement, Nick Olivier. Somerville: Ryan Conte, Stanley Georges.
Canton: Elias Camacho, Brandyn Sparks. Foxborough: Andrew Bronsdon, Greg Stamatov. Oliver Ames: Samuel Langston, Keith Sullivan, Alex Tepper. Sharon: Sean Asnes, Brad Schiff. Stoughton: Brandon Alves, John Olsen.
Attleboro: Malique Clark, Brandon Mooney, Zach Morrison. Franklin: Rhett Davis. King Philip: Joe Cochrane, John Dillon, Jason Litchfield, Nick Lussier, Sam MacDonald, Charles Ruffin. Mansfield: Nick Chiocco, Greg Donahue, Dan Gilmore, Zach Schafer, Blayne Taylor. North Attleborough: Eric Beckwith, Alex Jette, Paul Norris.
Belmont Hill: Brian Bowser, George McLaughlin, Michael Minahan, Parker Mundt, Conor Murphy, Eric Oberg, Robert Perdoni. Brooks: Tommy Mumford. BB&N: Chris Coady, Dan Connaughton, Nick DiChiara, Brendan O'Neil, Eric Olson. Governor's Academy: Sam Davis, Tate Jozokos, Ryan Macri, Todd Moores, Elijah Morrissey, Tucker Oniskey, Kirk Ryder. Groton: Trevor Bossi, David Caldwell, Sam Caldwell, Walter Hunnewell, Adam Lamont, Joe MacDonald. Lawrence Academy: Marcus Backlin, Andrew Crane, Darrien Myers. Middlesex: Nick Andonian, Nate Canniff, Alex Fuchs, Bryson Gilbert-Bono, Sam Tweed. Milton Academy: Otis Handy, Drew Jacobs, Justin Yoon. Nobles: Sam Freeman, Brad Rigoli. Rivers: George Crowley, Carlin Haymon, Billy Oldach, Ash'Shaquor Sandiford. Roxbury Latin: Matt Doyle, Kevin Godin, Mackay Lowrie, Patrick McDonough, Sean Myers. St. George's: Drew Boyd, Riley McCabe. St. Mark's: Zack Twitchell, Mark Upton. St. Paul's: Dan Beliveau, Richard Bradley, Harry Nicholas, Connor O'Brien. St. Sebastian's: Jack Connolly, Brendan Daly, Kendall Dardy-Jones, Austin Franchi, Sam Hodgson, Brian Mullin. Thayer: Jack Becker, James Becker, Shane Donovan, Aaron Gilmer, Brendan Lawler, Bryan Vieira.
Bishop Connolly: Zach Aronson. Blue Hills: Vincent Burton, Nick Catrambone, John Curran, Donyee' Evans, Steven Snyder, Isaiah Teixeira, Zachary Tempone. Bristol-Plymouth: Adam Mota. Diman: Austin Campos, Mike Ferreira, Trevon Goncalves, James Lesier, Nate Levesque. Southeastern: Ken Brodie, Kevin Merrick, Matt Small. Tri-County: Jason Guimond, Steven Hogan, Tyler Kaufman, Ben Martin, James Veradt.
Holbrook: Dantè Bittle, Anthony Bollitier, Isaac Marrero, Darius Pritchette, Nick Quinn, Ben Riordan, Jack Sundberg. Nantucket: Andrew Benson, Terrell Correia, Taylor Hughes, Zach Moran, Codie Perry. Old Colony: Ian Muniz. South Shore Voc-Tech: Andy Beckwith, Nick Beckwith, Sam Clark, Jared McAuliffe, Jake Petruzzelli. Upper Cape: Edgar Eldredge, Eric Marks. West Bridgewater: Zack Harris, Joshua Ruggles, Michael Toczko.
Merrimack Valley (Division 1)
Andover: Andrew Coke, Matt Crush, Will Heikkinen, T.J. Leeman, C.J. Scarpa, Freddie Scribner, Mark Zavrl. Billerica: Matt Clifford, Chad DellaPorta, Eddie Jankowski, Nick LaSpada, Byron Ramirez, Cam Slatton. Central Catholic: Michael Barry, Ryan Barry, Pat Hammond, Dan Kfoury, Devon Lattrell, Matt McDermott, Christian Nunez. Chelmsford: Joe Christopher, Ryan DeCose, Colby Emanouil, Corey Everleigh, Brett Harrington, Tim Joy, Vinny Maniscalco, Eddie Sheridan. Lowell: Gilberto Brown, R.J. Noel.
Merrimack Valley (Division 2)
Dracut: Zach Bassett, Matt Ferrazzani, Jake MacShane, Peter Salem. Haverhill: Chance Brady, Dan Burrows, Blaine Joia, Connor Tufts. Lawrence: Nathan Baez. Methuen: Eric Lacroix, Gio Rivera, Corey Shepherd. Tewksbury: Daniel Altavesta, Chris Bettano, Evan Conway, Ryan Eatherton, Kevin Saunders, Derek Tarpey.
Arlington: Matt Garcia, Tom Jantz. Belmont: J.C. Reynolds, Angel Tejada. Lexington: Noah Hurley, Korey Kajko, Max McDaniel, Connor Murray. Reading: Drew Belcher, Tom Beucler, Billy Carnes, Matthew Comerford, Anthony DeSimone, Andrew Ferraro, Liam Kenneally, Ryan Maney, Alex Valente. Winchester: Lars Zandbergs. Woburn: Nico Cornelio, Jake Delano, Chucky Ortiz, David Pratt, A.J. Santiago, Dan Walsh.
Burlington: Dalton Barrucci, Nick Ciardi, Dominic Colichio, Jonathan Dube, Bill Murphy, Marcus Odiah, Kyle Shields. Melrose: Bobby Croce, C.J. Hanson, Brendan McGonagle, Spencer Walsh. Wakefield: Mike Amentola, Zach Bates, Jamie Bourque, Nick Calderone, Dan Cardillo, Matt McKenna, Joe Pacitto, Josh Puccio. Watertown: Joey Farrar, Giovanni Ortiz, P.J. Phinney. Wilmington: Matt Ferreira, Alex Furlong, John Parsons.
Berkshire: Dan Moloy. Brunswick: Donqutae Robinson. Canterbury: Troy Williams. Cheshire Academy: Connor Caponegro, Malik Golden, Mike Villapiano, A.J. Zuttah. Cushing: Dominik Kozlowski. Deerfield: Thuc Phan. Gunnery: Jibrail Coy. KLHT: Kevin Peabody, Joey Santoro. Phillips Andover: Tyler West. Phillips Exeter: Cam Shorey. Pomfret: Keith Ducharme. Rye Country Day: Andrew Miller, Sam Stern, Garrette Washington. St. Thomas More: Denzel Washington. Suffield: Paul McCarthy, J.C. Murtagh, Christian Wilkins. Tabor: Wyatt Chickillo, Jay Sylva. Taft: Tim Drakely, Anthony Gaffney, Matt Quatrano, Jordan Stone. Wilbraham & Monson: Craig Martin. Williston Northampton: Chris Norberg, Daniel Rowe. Worcester Academy: Jordan Lucas, Corey Majors.
Barnstable: D.J. Crook, Andrew Ellis, Tedaro France, Theo France, Jason Frieh, Tom Grimmer, Ryan Litchman, Dylan Morris, Nick Peabody. Bridgewater-Raynham: Brad DeIuliis, Eric DeMoura, Joe Macinnis, Branden Morin, Spencer Poh, Nick Schlatz, Eric Wabrek. Dartmouth: John Dillingham, Jed Kiley, Trevor Leandro, Mitchell Loranger, Brock Thibeault, Devin Vial. Taunton: Stephen Bosworth, Paul Faria, Brendan Kotsiopolos, Joey Walsh.
Hanover: Patrick Connors, Nick Elicone, Patrick Hannigan, Matt Lane. Middleborough: Derek Kaplinger. Pembroke: Cullan Fitzgerald, Jon Hooper, Tom Johnson, Dan McCourt, Luke Nagle, Brian Tinkham. Quincy: Reggie Cesar, Jalen Green, Danilo Lopes. Scituate: Lucas Barisano, John Foster, Matt King, Mike Stewart, Alex Way.
Duxbury: Gordon Acha, James Burke, Joe Guilfoile, Jon Hurvitz, Rob Kosharek, Marshall McCarthy, Reilly Naton, Matt O'Keefe, Max Randall, Don Webber. Hingham: Kevin McCarthy, Reed McLeod, Rob Murray, John O'Connell. North Quincy: Marquis Chase, Walter Hannon. Silver Lake: Jackie Hurley. Whitman-Hanson: David Colclough, AJ Glynn, Ryan Henry.
Apponequet: Chris Dion, Nate Michael. Bourne: Joseph Epps, Drew Girouard, Colin Lanoie, Jason Moriarty, Nick Pereira, Jack Schmitt. Dighton-Rehoboth: Joe Alexander, Adam Benvie, Justen Galego, Jarred Joyal, Bryan Rocha. Fairhaven: Tanner Kisla, Billy Pires. Greater New Bedford: Tristen Clark, Louis Melendez. Old Rochester: Nick Holt, Max Risch. Seekonk: Michael Braunsdorf, Ari Kappatos, Matt LaChance, Alex Sawyer, Tyler Viera. Wareham: Anthony Abbott, Darien Fernandez, Josh Simmons.
Abington: Tim Ferguson, Babila Fonkem, Cejay Suarez, Pat Zadrozny. Cohasset: John Collins, Alex Evans, Kyle Livingstone, Rob Mahoney, Sean McKenna. East Bridgewater: Andrew Benson, Casey DeAndrade, Tim O'Brien, Patrick O'Neill, Brett Palaschak, Zach Rice, Trevor Whitcher. Hull: Sonny Hill, Mack Murphy, Joe Parke, Chris Shaffer, Dylan Shea. Mashpee: John Benard, Jordan Keliinui, Graham Kilpatrick, Kyle Murray, Zak Orcutt, Jared Taylor, Johnny Williams. Norwell: Luke MacDonald, Sean Staples. Rockland: Devyn Flipp, Zach Kimball, Ricky Witt.
Holliston: Max Athy, Dan Barone, Jake Battersby, Brody Ciarcello, Robby Donovan, Dave Dubin, Jake Frechette. Hopkinton: Ryan Bohlin, Keaton Britt, Mike Decina, Connor Farrell, James Goncalves, Barrett Hanlon, Alex Hulme, Jake Lehman, Mark Lockett, Adam O'Neil, Jack Ryan. Medfield: Ife Abedayo, Alex Opiela, Greg Rose, Thomas Valente. Medway: Greg Amato, Ryan Bukis, Derek Dumouchel, Connor Flanagan, Jack McNamara, Pat Sheehan, Chris Walsh. Westwood: Nicky Antonellis, Bo Berluti, Matt Cannon, Glen Donovan, Andrew Fiumedora, Glenn Parsons, Brandon Rodenbush, Derek St. Hill.
Ashland: Colin Daly. Bellingham: Lucas Armstrong, Chris Dagg, Matt Kupiec, Kevin McTomney, Ryan Wilson. Dover-Sherborn: Matt Heinlein, Chris Ouellet, Billy Polk, Will Scatchard. Millis: Jon Baker, Mike Meuse, Jimmy Perkins, Connor Sayles, Ian Strom, Bay Tangney. Norton: Tyler Durocher, Stephen Hudson, Josh Jenkins, Nick Jenkins, Pat O'Malley, Zack Sicard.