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BRAD McKINNEY

Watertown

12

Midfield

57 goals, 29 assists

Syracuse

“He started as a freshman as kind of a timid midfielder and he progressed into a great player and through his senior year into a player with a take charge approach. He’s a true leader.”

— Brian Navarra

Watertown coach

KASON TARBELL

Salmon River

12

Midfield

Cornell

29 goals, 33 assists

“He really matured into a team captain the last couple years. He really grew into a leadership role, especially this year. He’s done everything for us.”

- Jim Barnes

Salmon River coach

PAUL BRACY

Carthage

12

Midfield

42 goals, 20 assists, .560 faceoff pct., 7.8 ground balls per game

Clarkson

“Our top two way middie played every important run on offense and defense as well as took every big faceoff. It will take a least two kids to do the job Paul has done for us over the last three years.”

— Kirk Ventiquattro

Carthage coach

COLE JOHNSON

General Brown

11

50 goals, 44 assists

Manhattan College

“A starter since his freshman year, Cole’s success comes from his offseason work ethic — he is a year round player and a student of the game. Cole’s biggest attribute is his high lacrosse IQ.”

—Rich Purvis

General Brown coach

KYLE LEWIS

Salmon River

12

Midfield

Undecided

22 goals, 19 assists

“He’s definitely a leader by example. He’s got an excellent shot. He can play any position all over the field. He’s a very shifty player, very fast.”

- Jim Barnes

Salmon River coach

DALTON ROUNDPOINT

Salmon River

Sr.

Defense

SUNY Albany

12 goals-4 assists

“He plays excellent positioning and he’s an excellent takeaway. He can pressure the ball and he has good speed. He’s scored quite a few goals with his longstick.”

- Jim Barnes

Salmon River coach

GUNNER SEROTA

Carthage

12

Defense

44 ground balls

Missouri State

“He was the league’s top defender, our team defensive captain and vocal leader. Once Jake Turck couldn’t play (injury) this year, someone had to step up and lead the team on and off the field and Gunner did that.”

— Kirk Ventiquattro

Carthage coach

ERIC SODERQUIST

Watertown

12

41 goals, 38 assists

SUNY Potsdam

“Eric was the leader on our attack for the last several years. He’s gotten so much bigger, faster and stronger — he’s spent so much time in the weight room and in the offseason playing lacrosse. When he wants to be, he’s unstoppable — and he has that great shot.”

— Brian Navarra

Watertown coach

NOAH TAYLOR

Watertown

11

40 goals, 38 assists

University at Albany

“Noah is honestly the most fundamentally sound kid I’ve ever coached. There’s nothing flashy, he just gets the job done and does it at full speed all the time. He’s an extremely hard-working kid.”

— Brian Navarra

Watertown coach

JUDE WHALEN

IHC

12

Defense

7 goals, 6 assists, 114 ground balls

Drexel

“Jude is one of the best all-around defenseman to play at IHC. We have relied on him to guard opposing teams best player, play the wing on faceoffs, and we looked to him when clearing the ball from defense to offense. He will surely be missed and Drexel is getting quite a player.”

— Denny Patrick

IHC coach

BAILEY WILKINSON

Carthage

12

Attack

45 goals, 41 assists

Le Moyne College

“Bailey is a throw back player to another era, multi-sport star, he is a great competitor, great leader and was a pleasure to coach.”

— Kirk Ventiquattro

Carthage coach

KYLE WRATTEN

South Jefferson

12

Goalie

134 saves, .560 save pct.

Jefferson Community College

“Kyle has a tremendous drive to become a great goalie. He spent many hours in the off-season preparing for this season. He is proof that hard work and effort will pay off.”

— Randy Fuller

South Jefferson coach

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