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June 14. 2013 12:14AM

NH Boys' Lacrosse Coaches Association all-division teams

Division I

FIRST TEAM

Jesse Brown, Hanover, Midfielder, Senior; Tom Haller, Nashua North, Sophomore, Midfielder; Dom St. Laurent, Bishop Guertin, Junior, Midfielder; Blake Boudreau, Bishop Guertin, Senior, Midfielder; John Miller, Bishop Guertin, Junior, Midfielder; Galen Antolino, Exeter, Senior, Midfielder; Jake Lisauskas, Pinkerton, Junior, Midfielder; Brendan Megan, Pinkerton, Senior, Midfielder; Dan Auger, Nashua South, Senior, Attack; Connor Donahue, Bishop Guertin, Junior, Attack; Rob Hart, Londonderry, Senior, Attack; Josh Gallant, Pinkerton, Senior, Attack; Dom Corsetto, Pinkerton, Senior, Attack; Don Litzelman, Exeter, Senior, Attack; Mack Walker, Souhegan, Junior, Attack; Connor Holbrook, Souhegan, Senior, Defense; Eric Coburn, Londonderry, Junior, Defense; Jamie Vogt, Exeter, Senior, Defense; Sean Conroy, Pinkerton, Senior, Defense; Andrew Thurston, Exeter, Senior, Defense; John Karanasios, Bishop Guertin, Junior, LSM; Ken Sturgess, Pinkerton, Senior, Goalie

SECOND TEAM

Adam Resnick, Concord, Senior, Midfielder; Jeremy Mumford, Exeter, Senior, Midfielder; Pat Goff, Nashua South, Senior, Midfielder; Sean Delea, Pinkerton, Junior, Midfielder; Brett Dattilo, Pinkerton, Freshman, Midfielder; Julio Rincon, Manchester Central, Junior, Midfielder; Colin Swanson, Bishop Guertin, Senior, Midfielder; Hunter Allen, Bishop Guertin, Senior, Midfielder; Jon Soldano, Salem, Senior, Midfielder; Dillon McKay, Londonderry, Junior, Midfielder; Blake Burnley, Souhegan, Junior, Attack; Tom Hurley, Bishop Guertin, Junior, Attack; Nick Yennaco, Londonderry, Junior, Attack; Jim Young, Exeter, Sophomore, Attack; Cam Richard, Pinkerton, Defense, Freshman; Nate Eldred, Bishop Guertin, Junior, Defense; Carl Keating, Hanover, Senior, Defense; Noah Huizenga, Hanover, Junior, Defense; Teddy Geraghty, Hanover, Junior, Defense; Brett Connal, Pinkerton, Junior, LSM; Dan Hicks, Londonderry, Senior, LSM; Chris Washington, Hanover, Junior, Goalie

HONORABLE MENTION

Matt Rimol. Londonderry, Sophomore, Attack; Todd Billetter, Pinkerton, Sophomore, Attack; Connor Rowley, Manchester Central, Junior, Attack; Worthy Gardner, Hanover, Junior, Midfielder; Liam Houghton, Manchester Memorial, Senior, Defense; Sam MacDonald, Salem, Sophomore, Defense; Paul Callahan, Bishop Guertin, Senior, Goalie; Brian McKinley, Nashua South, Sophomore Goalie; Nick Engel, Concord, Senior, Defense; Eric Hazard, Nashua North, Senior, Defense; Zach Adler, Exeter, Junior, Defense; Mitch Hale, Souhegan, Junior, AttackOffensive Player of the Year: Dom St. Laurent, Bishop GuertinDefensive Player of the Year: Eric Coburn, LondonderryCoach of the Year: Brad Bishop, SouheganAssistant Coach of the Year: Robert Hailey, Salem

Division II

FIRST TEAM

Dan Colella, Bedford, Attack; Jason Campbell, Bedford, Attack; Devin Calkins, Bow, Attack; Matthew Sanford, Bow, Attack; Jack Carney, Goffstown, Attack; Noah Schwaegerle, St. Thomas, Attack; Sam Bonsaint, Winnacunnet, Attack; David Phelps, Bedford, Midfield; Taylor Wallace, Bedford, Midfield; Grant Mello, Bedford, Midfield; Dan Crisman, Bow, Midfield; Riley Keenan, Bow, Midfield; Brad Chapdelaine, Goffstown, Midfield; Colin MacDonald, Portsmouth, Midfield; Jake Geppert, St Thomas, Midfield; Tom O'Rourke, Bedford, Defense; Clay Kirkpatrick, Bedford, Defense; Derrick LaBranche, Bow, Defense; Jack Ollila, Goffstown, Defense; Jake Howe, Merrimack, Defense; Nate Sweet, Portsmouth, Defense; Michael Karpel, Winnacunnet, Defense; Mike Vailas, Bedford, LSM; Joe Karsonovich, St Thomas, LSM; Matt Howe, Bedford, Goalie; Sebastian Olsen, St Thomas, Goalie

SECOND TEAM

Mike Fanaras, Bow, Attack; Eli Cobb, Dover, Attack; Logan Allard, Goffstown, Attack; Mac Martin, Merrimack, Attack; Ian MacDonald,Portsmouth, Attack; Mike Canniff, Timberlane, Attack; Matt Ikawa, Winnacunnet, Attack; Nick Peckham, Winnacunnet, Attack; Tyler Sullivan, Bedford, Attack; Joe Johnston, Dover, Midfield; Cam Rewucki, Dover, Midfield; Liam Moloney, Goffstown, Midfield; Sam Shearin, Goffstown, Midfield; Connor Cyr, Merrimack, Midfield; Connor MacInnis, Merrimack, Midfield; Peter Hamblett, Portsmouth, Midfield; Trey Scott, Spaulding, Midfield; Brandon Gnecco, Winnacunnet, Midfield; Devin Chen, Winnacunnet, Midfield; Ben Cranford, Winnacunnet, Midfield; Andrew Nesman, Dover, Defense; Devin Husslege, Portsmouth, Defense; Brian Chick, Spaulding, Defense; Patrick Toomey, St. Thomas, Defense; Alex Reitze, Bow, LSM; Tyler Foley, Dover, Goalie; Andrew Chretien, Goffstown, GoalieOffensive Player of the Year: Dan Colella, BedfordDefensive Player of the Year: Derrick LaBranche, BowCo-Coaches of the Year: Matt Guerard, Bedford; Josh Lewis, Goffstown

DIVISION III

FIRST TEAM

Attack: Matt Milne, Derryfield; Ryan Papineau, Hollis Brookline; Keston Beauregard, Pelham; Mackenzie Tetreault, Kingswood; Henry Merrow, Hopkinton. Midfielders: Arthur Krogman, Derryfield; Griffin Phaneuf, Derryfield; Harley Kearney, Pelham; Peter Allen, Kearsarge; Bennett Mosseau, Hopkinton; Ned Metcalf, Hopkinton; Sam Whitaker, Hollis Brookline; Anthony Gallo, Windham; Kyle Reisert, Plymouth; Jared Kuehl,Plymouth; Ryan Askham, West. Defense: Connor Walsh, Hollis Brookline; James McCluskey, Hopkinton; Woody Hedberg, Plymouth; Jon Lencki, Derryfield. Long stick midfielder: Chris Ferri, Windham. Goalies: Mitch Green, Derryfield; Matt French, Hopkinton

SECOND TEAM

Attack: Brody Fredricks, John Stark; Grant Alenson, Derryfield; Jimmy O'Brien, Derryfield; Ty Gagne, Plymouth; Pat Dunn, Hollis Brookline. Midfielders): Tyler Zorn, Derryfield; Harrison Urda, Milford; Kevin DeAngelo, Pelham; Zach Ziemba, West; Ollie Gallo Kearsarge; Tyler Tambouris, Trinity; Tom Zervos, John Stark; Jeff Trovato, Windham; Wil Sheppard, Trinity; Jon Berry, Bishop Brady. Defense: Chad Loring, Pelham; Ryan Farina, Plymouth; Max Anderson, Derryfield; George Nicolopolous, Derryfield; Jon Dumont, Trinity. Long stick midfielder: Elijah Gorton, Derryfield. Goalies: Jake Diaz, Pelham; Dylan McIntosh, Plymouth

HONORABLE MENTION

Jake Poulin, Monadnock; Brandon Goodale, Plymouth; August Colburn, John Stark; Adam Audet, Milford; Luke Tracy, Pelham; Jared Camire, West; Will Towner, Trinity; Ben Gambino, Kearsarge; Austin Cowan, Hopkinton; Dylan Robbs, Gilford; Peter Thompson, Derryfield; Ryan Stone, Laconia; Alec Grant, Hollis Brookline; Joshua Casey, Stevens; David Goodnough, Windham; Dylan Baer, Merrimack Valley; Sean Stinehour, Conval; Mike Bernier, Kingswood; Evan Hall, Bishop Brady.Offensive Player of the Year: Matt Milne, DerryfieldDefensive Player of the Year: Matt French, HopkintonCoach of the Year: Doug Maynard, Hopkinton


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