BRYCE JOHNSON (FL MVP)

General Brown

Senior

Attack

Stats: 46 goals, 53 assists, 156 career assists (school record)

College: Mercyhurst

“Bryce was a four-year varsity player, extremely talented, great lacrosse IQ and vision, an exceptional athlete. Bryce also excelled in the classroom as well. He will be missed next season as a person and a player.”

— General Brown coach

Rich Purvis

ISAAC TESTANI (NAC MVP)

OFA

Senior

Midfield

Stats: 45 goals, 50 assists

College: Undecided, Cornwall Colts junior hockey

“He has great vision and a great sense about him on the field. Some of it probably has to do with playing hockey. He has a great shot and he is a scorer, but he’s usually a pass-first guy.”

— OFA coach Matt Morley

CHAD BACH

Lowville

Junior

Midfield

Stats: 40 goals, 65 assists (second in Section 3), 105 points (second in Section 3), 75 ground balls

College:

Undecided

“Chad had a tremendous season for us this year. We ran our offense through him on almost every possession. He consistently drew double teams and quick slides and was still able to make things happen for us.”

— Lowville coach Patrick Weiler

COBIE CREE

Salmon River

Junior

Midfield

Stats: 34 goals, 19 assists

College: Undecided

“Cobie is an outstanding athlete and a great person. He’s a workhorse in all aspects of the game: defensively, transition, faceoffs and great scoring. We value him and he is a leader and asset to any team he is on.”

— Salmon River coach

Owen Benedict

JAKE DEMKO

Carthage

Senior

Midfield

Stats: 4 goals, 2 assists, 180 ground balls, 68.7 faceoff pct.

College:

Undecided

“Jake doesn’t get the goals and assists of other players, but he gets everything else. He took every faceoff, every defensive run, played man-down defense, grabbed every loose ball and cleared the ball for us constantly. We will miss him dearly.”

— Carthage coach Jason Coffman

DOMINIC LUTZ

General Brown

Senior

Attack

Stats: 48 goals, 22 assists

College: JCC

“Dom was a four-year varsity player and started his varsity career as a short stick defensive midfielder, a midfielder the next season and the last two seasons on attack. Dom accepted any role we gave him to make the team better.”

— General Brown coach

Rich Purvis

SAM MARTIN

Canton

Senior

Defense

Stats: Team allowed 7.2 goals per game.

College:

Elmira

“Sammy is an all-around leader. He doesn’t just lead the defense, he gets the offense on track mentally as well. Not only is he a gamer, but he brings the competitive edge in practice as well.”

— Canton coach Sam Bradman

CARSON PICKERAL

General Brown

Senior

Goalie

Stats: 145 saves, .589 save pct., 572 career saves (school record)

College:

Nazareth

“Carson is a four-year varsity player, taking over the starting goalie role midway through his freshman season. Carson was a great great ball stopper and communicator, he will be missed next season as a person and a player.”

— General Brown coach

Rich Purvis

LUKE PIROLI

Carthage

Senior

Attack

Stats: 27 goals, 28 assists, 31 ground balls, 280 career assists

College:

Salisbury

“Luke has led the Carthage offense for four years. He is the finest example of a true student/athlete I have ever seen. A leader in every way possible.”

— Carthage coach Jason Coffman

JOEL ROBARE

Watertown

Senior

Midfielder

Stats: 16 goals, 15 assists, 66.0 faceoff pct.

College:

Mercyhurst

“Joel does all of the little things that stats don’t show. His energy, his work ethic, and his leadership helped make our team successful this year.”

— Watertown coach

Brian Navarra

TYLER SCORDO

General Brown

Senior

Defense

Stats: 2 goals, 2 assists

College: JCC

“Tyler was a four-year varsity player, moved up early in his freshman year and has been a starter for us every since. Tyler is an outstanding defensive player, always tasked with the opponents best attackman and winning that battle.”

— General Brown coach

Rich Purvis

RYDER SIMSER

Watertown

Senior

Midfield

Stats: 34 goals, 24 assists

College: Le Moyne

“Ryder was a four-year starter and has a played a huge role in building our program at all levels. He is an extension of the coaches on the field and he has matured into becoming a great leader.”

— Watertown coach

Brian Navarra

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