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ESPN Boston boys' lacrosse All-State team

7/1/2013

FIRST TEAM

G – Nick Marrocco, Jr., Duxbury

In his first season starting between the pipes for the Dragons, Marrocco was named an Eastern Mass. All-American while averaging 13 saves per game. Also a standout hockey player during the winter season, Marrocco is committed to Georgetown and was named Most Valuable Player of the bostonlax.net All-American game.

D – Rob Breed, Sr., Xaverian

One of the galvanizing forces behind the Hawks’ run to the program’s first state lacrosse title, the Eastern Mass. All-American was tasked with shutting down the opponent’s top attacks.

D – Ben Cox, Sr., Medfield

Named the Tri-Valley League’s Defensive Most Valuable player, Cox was a four-year member of the lacrosse team and part of back-to-back MIAA Division 2 state championship lacrosse teams. During the winter, Cox finished second on the Warriors hockey team in scoring, posting 12 goals for 38 points in 21 games. He will continue his lacrosse career at the University of Vermont.

D – John Sexton, Jr., Lincoln-Sudbury

The Notre Dame commit was a jack of all trades for the Warriors this season, taking faceoffs, playing on man-up situations and providing lockdown defense. Sexton was named an Eastern Mass. All-American and is a three-time Dual County League All-Star.

LSM – Nick Brozowski, Soph., Concord-Carlisle

A ground ball machine, the Maryland commit was named an Eastern Mass. All-American in addition to Dual County League All-Star honors.

M – Dan Delaney, Sr., Lincoln-Sudbury

The Eastern Mass. All-American tallied 38 goals and 20 assists while leading the Warriors to a Division 1 final appearance. Delaney will continue his lacrosse career at Fairfield University next year.

M – Keegan Dudeck, Sr., Longmeadow

The Lancers captain closed out his career on a high with a five-goal outburst in their Division 2 state championship win over Medfield. Dudeck tallied 38 goals and 17 assists for his senior season.

M – Jack Wheeler, Jr., Xaverian

Turning in a dazzling offensive display at Harvard Stadium, Wheeler was a key component to the Hawks’ first-ever lacrosse championship. The Boston University commit and Eastern Mass. All-American tallied 42 goals with 15 assists this year.

A – Jay Drapeau, Jr., Westford Academy

Among the state scoring leaders in each of the last two seasons, Drapeau ripped off 71 goals in 2013. The Loyola commit was an ESPN Boston MIAA Lacrosse All-State second-teamer last year and also was a Hockey All-State Honorable Mention during the winter season.

A – Andrew Melvin, Sr., Medfield

The Eastern Mass. All-American helped lead the Warriors back to the Division 2 state championship game. Melvin will continue his lacrosse career at Bates College.

A – Nico Panepinto, Sr., Needham

Named ESPN Boston’s third annual “Mr. Lacrosse” winner last week, the Fairfield University signee finished his high school career with 179 goals and 159 assists. Panepinto, also a standout on the football field for the Rockets, was a two-time Eastern Mass. All-American and ESPN Boston All-State selection.

Specialist – Derek Osbahr, Sr., St. John’s Prep

Osbahr was an offensive weapon for the Eagles at the faceoff X as the best draw-winner in Eastern Mass. Also a member of Prep’s Super 8 hockey squad, the Eastern Mass. All-American will continue his lacrosse career at Bentley University.

SECOND TEAM

G – Ryan Goodall, Sr., Dover-Sherborn

D – Jack Ullrich, Jr., Hingham

D – Jay Walsh, Sr., Duxbury

D – Ian Yanulis, Sr, BC High

M – Caleb Brodie, Jr., Hingham

M – Brendan Flaherty, Sr., Beverly

M – Mike Panepinto, Jr., Needham

M – Roby Williams, Jr., Wayland

A – Hunter Burdick, Sr., St. John’s (Shrewsbury)

A – Nick Pino, Sr., North Andover

A – Tyler Reilly, Sr., Grafton

Specialist – Drew Kelleher, Jr., Longmeadow

Honorable Mention

Dom Abate, Sr. M, Beverly

Tommy Bannan, Sr. G, Hingham

Kevin Bletzer, Jr. M, Catholic Memorial

Rogers Boylan, Sr. D, Dover-Sherborn

Evan Boynton, Sr. D, Concord-Carlisle

Mike Carbone, Sr. A, Marshfield

Tucker Ciessau, Sr. A, Scituate

Matt Comerford, Sr. G, Reading

Pat Cronin, Jr. A, BC High

Matt Crowell, Jr. M, Medfield

Mark Dente, Sr. A, Reading

Kevin Farrell, Sr. FOGO, Billerica

Chris Frye, Sr. A, Walpole

Andrew Gallahue, Jr. A, St. John's Prep

Henry Guild, Sr. M, Lincoln-Sudbury

Carson Hart, Sr. M, Wayland

Keifer Heckman, Sr. A, Peabody

Eamon Hunter, Soph. LSM, Lincoln-Sudbury

Joe Igoe, Sr. M, Framingham

Reid Leveillee, Jr. D, Longmeadow

Giles Ober, Sr. G, Algonquin

Kieran Presley, Sr. M, Amherst

Brian Rotatori, Sr. M, Grafton

Drew Smiley, Jr. A, St. John's (Shrewsbury)

D.J. Smith, Sr. G, Billerica

Robert Treiber, Jr. G, Medfield

Luc Valenza, Sr. D, Foxborough

Tyler Weeks, Sr. D, Andover

Sam Wheaton, Sr. G, Minnechaug

Coach of the Year -- Ryan Liebel, Longmeadow