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Taylor Morgan

School: Carthage (FL MVP)

Grade: 12

Position: Defense

Stats: 1 goal, 2 assists, 45 ground balls

College plans: Stevenson

Coach’s Report: “He was our ‘Monster’ on defense. He terrorized dodgers in our zone and controlled the opponents’ best attacker in our man (defense).”

— Kirk Ventiquattro, Carthage coach



Dalton Roundpoint (NAC MVP)

School: Salmon River

Grade: 11

Position: defense

Stats: 4 goals, 3 assists

College plans: undecided

Coach’s Report: “He really stood up above the rest. He was usually on the other team’s top offensive player. He always did an excellent job. What he did really well as the little things, picking up loose balls and communication on defense.”

— Jim Barnes, Salmon River coach



Blake Baldwin

School: St. Lawrence

Grade: 12

Position: midfield

Stats: 29 goals, 29 assists

College plans: undecided

Coach’s Report: “He ended up the season plus-94 in faceoffs. Right from the start of the first whistle he was the heart and soul of our team. He was a leader on the field and he didn’t need to say anything, it was just his effort and poise with the ball. He’s one of those kids who will be tough to replace.”

— Chris Rose, St. Lawrence coach



Casey Boulio

School: Carthage

Grade: 12

Position: Midfield

Stats: 60 goals, 5 assists

College plans: Potsdam

Coach’s Report: “Missed the Homer game with an injury and with his four goals per game average, we went 16-0 in the regular season. Most kids shoot in the backyard and never develop skills. Casey developed both game skills and a game shot, an absolute cannon.”

— Kirk Ventiquattro, Carthage coach



Dalston Day

School: Salmon River

Grade: 12

Position: attack

Stats: 36 goals, 52 assists

College plans: Onondaga CC or prep school

Coach’s Report: “He had another great season. He really worked on his overall abilities as far as carrying the ball. He had more assists this year. His overall game really improved this year compared to years before.”

— Jim Barnes, Salmon River coach



Cole Johnson

School: General Brown

Grade: 10

Position: Attack

Stats: 54 goals, 31 assists

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s Report: “Cole is a fabulous finisher around the cage. He only needs to have the ball for a fraction of a second to redirect the ball into the goal. Cole is an honor student who produces on and off the field.”

— Tom Frears, General Brown coach



Seth Leonard

School: Carthage

Grade: 12

Position: Attack

Stats: 52 goals, 41 assists, 67 faceoff pct.

College plans: Onondaga CC

Coach’s Report:

“One of those kids who has a burning desire to score, at times he would not be denied. He was our best kid every time the situation called for a big-time offensive play.”

— Kirk Ventiquattro, Carthage coach



Brad McKinney

School: Watertown

Grade: 11

Position: Attack

Stats: 42 goals, 14 assists

College plans: Syracuse

Coach’s Report: “Brad is a do it all midfielder. He stepped up this year and was the leader of our team. His ability to dodge and draw a slide really opened up our offense this year.”

— Brian Navarra, Watertown coach



Parker Smith

School: General Brown

Grade: 12

Position: Goalie

Stats: 181 saves, .580 save pct.

College plans: Utica College

Coach’s Report: “Parker made some outstanding saves this season which energized our team and propelled us to a school record for league wins. As a captain, Parker showed great leadership. His strongest attribute was his ability to clear the ball and start a fast break. Parker has tremendous character on and off the field.”

— Tom Frears, General Brown coach



Eric Soderquist

School: Watertown

Grade: 11

Position: Attack

Stats: 42 goals, 31 assists

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s Report: “Eric showed this year he is more than just a scorer. Eric’s quickness meant quick slides, and he showed what great vision he has in his 31 assists.”

— Brian Navarra, Watertown coach



Jude Whalen

School: IHC

Grade: 11

Position: Defense

Stats: 2 goals, 5 assists, 136 ground balls

College plans: Drexel

Coach’s Report: “Jude never came off the field. He was on the wings on faceoffs and guarded the opposing teams best middie or attackman. He is a very good on-the-ball defenseman and may be even more dangerous when he’s off the ball.”

— Denny Patrick, IHC coach



Bailey Wilkenson

School: Carthage

Grade: 11

Position: Attack

Stats: 44 goals, 41 assists

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s Report: “Our offensive quarterback, he was calm and cool at all times — the definition of “take what the defense allows.” Also a winner who scores when he has too and always knows what the score is.”

— Kirk Ventiquattro, Carthage coach







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