Player of the Year
Ryon Lynch, Gov. Thomas Johnson, Sr., A
Arguably one of the most talented players ever to come out of Frederick County, Lynch posted a county best 113 points (64 goals and 39 assists) while leading the Patriots to their first ever regional title. He will attend and compete for Springfield College in Massachusetts next season.
Coach of the Year
Todd Hawkins, Middletown
After missing last season due to illness, Hawkins guided the Knights to the Class 3A-2A West Region championship, the first in school history and a 13-5 mark.
Sean Anderson, Brunswick, Sr., M
Led the Railroaders to their best mark ever (12-4) and will play for Pennsylvania's Seton Hill University next year.
Chris Frederick, South Carroll, Sr., M
Tallied over 40 goals for the Cavaliers.
Johnny Gallaway, Middletown, So., A
Teamed with Hansel to form one of the best attacks in the area.
Dan Goldstein, Middletown, So., D
One of the best defenders in the county, he was often called on by Hawkins to mark foes' most dangerous attackmen.
Tyler Grau, Glenelg, Sr., D
One of the anchors of the Gladiators' defense. First team all-Howard County pick will play for St. Lawrence University (NY).
Zach Hansell, Middletown, Jr., A
A Tuscarora transfer, Hansell was a major part of Middletown's region championship.
Brian Hofstetter, Glenelg, Sr., D
Solid defender who is bound for Lynchburg College (Va.).
Ben McCarty, South Carroll, Jr., M
One of the best face off men around also finished with 42 goals for the Cavaliers.
Brian Patton, Urbana, Sr., M
A varsity fixture since his freshman season, Patton is a repeat making his second consecutive first team appearance and will play at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County next year.
Brian Schultz, Walkersville, Sr., A
Tallied 52 goals and 31 assists for the Lions. Will stay in-state and play for national lacrosse power Loyola University (Md.) next year.
Dylan Stedman, St. John's Catholic Prep, Jr., M
A first-team All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association selection.
Zeke Smith, Walkersville, Sr., D
Shutdown defender who will play for Salisbury next year.
Alex Taylor, Glenelg, Sr. G
The Salisbury University-bound netminder recorded 196 saves while helping the Gladiators to a 17-3 mark and berth in the Class 2A-1A state finals.
Scott Wheeler, Glenelg, Sr., M
Prominent scorer who posted 34 goals. Will play at Lynchburg next year.
Nick Wynne, Glenelg, So., A
Had an assist in the state championship game and finished with 58 points (39 goals and 18 assists).
Zach Wynne, Glenelg, Sr., A
Paced Glenelg with 43 goals and 30 assists. Will play for Lynchburg College next season.
Sam Ashton, Linganore, Sr., M/A
Alex Beard, Gov. Thomas Johnson, Sr., A
Brendan Conaway, Glenelg, Sr., M
Alex Drankiewicz, Gov. Thomas Johnson, Sr., D
Dillon Fitzgerald, SJCP, Sr., D
Felipe Gaete, Gov. Thomas Johnson, Sr., G
Dylan Hunt, Brunswick, So., M
Simon Kinderknect, Middletown, Sr., G
Kevin Major, Urbana, Sr., M
Peter McDermott, Frederick, Sr., A/M
Tate Rolland, Brunswick, So., A
Frankie Romeo, Middletown, Sr., D
Brady Rudasill, Middletown, Jr., D
Zach Snow, Linganore, Sr., A
Alex Warburton, Gov. Thomas Johnson, Jr., A
Kevin Wilson, Brunswick, Sr., A
Petros Calomeris, SJCP
Hayden Chamberlin, Frederick
Brian Chase, Gov. TJ
Alex Daly, Linganore
Alex Hash, South Carroll
Sean Havern, Middletown
Dale Kowatch, Gov. Thomas Johnson
Mike Lowe, UrbanaEvan Luffred, Linganore
Brandon McHugh, Walkersville
Thomas Pitsenbarger, Middletown
Matt Reeping, SJCPKy Rinehart, Frederick
Taylor Schmitz, South Carroll
Ryan Small, Gov. Thomas Johnson
Matt Tarrant, Urbana
Alex Terpening, South Carroll
R.J. Tischler, Linganore
Matt Williams, Tuscarora
Joe Wright, South Carroll