Both Bishop Guertin’s Bob Fahey and Bedford’s Nate Larrivee helped their respective teams win a division title in high school boys lacrosse.
Both received Player of the Year honors for their efforts. Fahey was named the Defensive Player of the Year in Division I after helping the Cardinals win their third straight title, while Larrivee was the Offensive Player of the Year in Division II, as Bedford won its first title.
First Team: Casey Burnett, Bishop Guertin; Christian Johansen, Hanover; Rob Hart, Londonderry, junior; Joe Kenny, Exeter; Christian Wolter, Hanover; Alex Krass, Hanover; Ryan Brigham, Hanover; Paul Spinney, Bishop Guertin; Blake Boudreau, Bishop Guertin; Luke Roever, Bishop Guertin; Galen Antolino, Exeter; Buddy Carr, Exeter; Marc LaVine, Nashua North; Peter Field, Pinkerton; Jacob Whitmore, Manchester Central; Bob Fahey, Bishop Guertin; Kyle Karaska, Bishop Guertin; Joe Moser, Exeter; Mike Wiedenfeld, Londonderry; Malcolm Sutton, Manchester Central; Brody Smith, Bishop Guertin; Colin Delea, Bishop Guertin.
Second Team: Dom Corsetto, Pinkerton; Hunter Allen, Bishop Guertin; Dan Auger, Nashua South; Jesse Brown, Hanover; Kyle Graham, Londonderry; Dom St. Laurent, Bishop Guertin; Alex Flynn, Nashua North; Pat Goff, Nashua South; Greg Bohlig, Londonderry; Brendan Megan, Pinkerton; Peter Bensen, Hanover; Tom Johnson, Londonderry; Tom Vailas, Bishop Guertin; Jake Lisauskas, Pinkerton; Jamie Vogt, Exeter; Jake Krzyston, Bishop Guertin; Carl Keating, Hanover; Nick Coffey, Nashua North; Eric Coburn, Londonderry; Jake Descoteaux, Manchester Central; Jake Pleadwell, Exeter; Cam Cassavaugh, Concord.
Honorable Mention: Robert Auer, Salem; Matt Lilley, Nashua South; Jim Young, Exeter; Michael Astarita, Bishop Guertin; Sammuel Cummings, Concord; Nathaniel Michaud, Manchester Central; Clark Plummer, Londonderry; Pearce Connal, Pinkerton; James Washington, Hanover; Connor Marks, Manchester Memorial; Spencer Rancourt, Nashua North.
Player of the Year (Offensive): Christian Wolter, Hanover.
Player of the Year (Attack): Bob Fahey, Bishop Guertin.
Coach of the Year: Brian O’Reilly, Pinkerton.
Assistant Coach of the Year: Rusty Brand, Londonderry.
Men of the Year: Star Johnson and Chris Cameron.
First Team: Zadek Burstein, Souhegan; Charlie Duprey, Portsmouth; Jack Carney, Goffstown; Matt Sanford, Bow; Jared Hornsby, Bedford; Joey Lefebvre, Winnacunnet; Jason Barsky, Souhegan; Anthony Kurylak, Portsmouth; James Heaney, Keene; Liam Murphy, Dover; Dan Crisman, Bow; Nate Larrivee, Bedford; Taylor Wallace, Bedford; David Phelps, Bedford; Connor Holbrook, Souhegan; Colin MacDonald, Portsmouth; Jake Ollila, Goffstown; Derrick LaBranche, Bow; Matt Dillon, Bedford; Caleb Kane, St. Thomas Aquinas; Sebastian Olsen, St. Thomas Aquinas.
Second Team: Noah Schwaegerle, St. Thomas Aquinas; Mack Walker, Souhegan; David Downie, Merrimack; Connor Arsenault, Winnacunnet; Nate Arsenault, St. Thomas Aquinas; Peter Hamblett, Portsmouth; Ryan Askham, Manchester West; Liam Moloney, Goffstown; Cam Rewucki, Dover; Clayton Caron, Bow; Trey Scott, Spaulding; Mike Karpel, Winnacunnet; Brendan Dubois, Winnacunnet; Matt Doskocil, Portsmouth; Matt Lesonsky, Merrimack; Alex Reitze, Bow; Matt Howe, Bedford.
Player of the Year (Offensive): Nate Larrivee, Bedford.
Player of the Year (Defensive): Caleb Kane, St. Thomas Aquinas.
Coach of the Year: Matt Guerard, Bedford.
First Team: Colby Larsen,Windham; Alec Paradis, Pelham; Steve Hickey, Gilford; Matt Milne, Derryfield; Nick Morin, Pelham; Trevor Kerkhoff, Hollis Brookline; Hans Weber, Plymouth; Derek DeFranzo, Pelham; Chris Hyde, Hollis Brookline; Brendan Murphy, Gilford; Kyle Keisert, Plymouth; Peter Allen, Kearsarge; Arthur Krogman, Derryfield; Justin Abbott, Merrimack Valley; Jack Hastings, Hopkinton; Anthony Gallo, Windham; Al Burgun, Hollis Brookline; Bennett Mosseau, Hopkinton; Chris Ferri, Windham; Woody Hedberg, Plymouth; Connor Walsh, Hollis Brookline; Mitch Green, Derryfield.
Second Team: Keston Beauregard, Pelham; Grant Alenson, Derryfield; Mackenzie Tetreault, Kingswood; Dylan Hand, Plymouth; Mike Lavery, Merrimack Valley; Connor Moynihan, Hollis Brookline; Griffin Phaneuf, Derryfield; Zach Rotkiewicz, Hollis Brookline; Jake Poulin, Monadnock; Collin Hart, Monadnock; Ryan Stone, Laconia; Harley Kearney, Pelham; Sam Ruderman, Hopkinton; Alex Boucher, Kingswood; Harrison Urda, Milford; Josh Huett, Lebanon; Owen Dayton, Kearsarge; Kyle Woonton, Monadnock; Brian Finney, Pelham; Max Anderson, Derryfield; Ryan Farina, Plymouth; Anthony Spirou, Pelham; Jon Lencki, Derryfield; Alvaro Guzman, Hollis Brookline.
Honorable Mention: Cam Whitcomb, Kingswood; Sam Prescott, Gilford; Mckenzie Bird, Plymouth; Matt French, Hopkinton; Jake Diaz, Pelham; Andy Brown, Monadnock; Collin McCarn, Laconia; Jeff Trovato, Windham; Andrew Myers, Milford; Will Aufranc, Kearsarge; Mark Ciarcia, Hollis Brookline; Gabe Lee, Kennett; Taylor Carter, Merrimack Valley; Tyler Tambouris, Trinity; Tyler Zorn, Derryfield; Josh Casey, Stevens; Drew Manning-Osborn, Con-Val; Keith Galli, John Stark.
Co-Players of the Year (Offense): Alex Paradis, Pelham; Matt Milne, Derryfield.
Co-Players of the Year (Defense): Chris Ferri, Windham; Mitch Green, Derryfield.
Coach of the Year: Matt Regan, Pelham.