Harrison Rapant (GK)
Junior, Pittsfield

"He not only blocks shots, but controls the defense. Knowing that Harrison was behind them put everyone at ease. When you're at ease, everyone can stay calm, and he made everyone a better player. He kept our goals against low. ... You didn't feel vulnerable if you made a mistake. Nobody works harder than Harrison, he's always working, and lifting and hard work pays off. That was very evident with Harrison. He makes the hard shots look easy, and we're grateful to have him back next year."

-- Andrew Antil, Pittsfield coach

Josh Bradley (M)
Senior, Pittsfield

"One of the bigger, stronger players, and played a big role behind the scenes. Moved from sweeper to the middle of the field, and that played a big role to our season. Varsity player since his sophomore year, and he consistently grew as a player. He was extremely aggressive. [Aggressiveness] combined with his ability to make plays and decision-making, was something we were missing in the middle of the field. He has the heart, with the experience as a varsity player that we knew what needed to be done."

-- Andrew Antil, Pittsfield coach

Claudio Velez (F)
Senior, Pittsfield

"Claudio creates a lot of space. He can dribble and pass. ... There's always somebody covering him, and it creates space for our other forward. When Claudio's on the ball, there's always two or three players on other teams that have to pay attention to him.

He's the fastest player in Berkshire County. Excellent skill and he could finish. It takes a special player to place the ball calmly in the net after taking on defenders -- and he could to that.

-- Andrew Antil, Pittsfield coach

Bobby Kinne (D)
Senior, Monument Mountain

"Four-year varsity player. Moved to center defensive back last year. Vocal leader on the team. Only healthy captain for the entire year. Very smart player. Gets the kids in the back to work together. Allowed us to keep our defense organized and limit the goals of opposing teams."

-- Matt Naventi, Monument coach

MVP -- Connor Storti (D)
Senior, Monument Mountain Cam Powell (M)
Senior, Monument Mountain

"Injury forced him to miss the first half of the season. He came back and was our offensive leader. Once he got back on the field, he accounted for a goal or an assist on three-fourths of our games in the second half of the season. Really phenomenal player. If he played the entire year, we'd have a tighter run for MVP. Will play next year at Springfield College."

-- Matt Naventi, Monument coach

Jake Foehl (D)
Junior, Mount Greylock

"He emerged as one the best defenders in the league. He does a lot by organizing the defense and communicating with the back line. He's a real take-charge captain. He's always on, mentally aware and doesn't take plays off. It's really special to have him back there as our defensive leader."

-- Blair Dils, Greylock coach

Grant Raphael (M)
Junior, Mount Greylock

"Went from a partial role as a sophomore, to being one of the best players in the league. Worked tirelessly in the off-season to improve his game. Can score from long-range, and he passes very well. To have a guy that can from score from long range, pass and defend, he has to been in the center.

"Went to having two midfielders this year instead of three, and he really flourished."

-- Blair Dils, Greylock coach

Matt Waltermire (D)
Senior, Hoosac Valley

"We used him at sweeper because he's so fast and good with the ball. He could keep up with the faster strikers he went against on the breakaway, and I think a lot of coaches saw that. We were pretty hard to get by, and that was due to Walty. All-around defensive player, smart, sharp and lightning-quick. Walty really helped keep us in games."

-- Camilo Bermudez, Hoosac coach

Sean Ryan-Kut (F)
Senior, Hoosac Valley

"He's one of the most technical players I've seen in Berkshire County in a long time. Really good with the ball at his feet, ball possession, touch and really fast as well. Made a lot of goals happen on his own. He scored big goals in big games, scored against Pittsfield. ... Much of the time he would take it from midfield and get through. ... Led team with 15 goals and five assists."

-- Camilo Bermudez, Hoosac coach

Jeff Pullano (M)
Junior, Wahconah

"He gave us a lot of different things. He's got a lot to offer: Good skills, good feet, good in the air. Really helped us control the midfield, good passer, good with both feet. Good power from the outside shooting, took corner kicks. ... A lot of good qualities.

"Pretty vocal on the field. He wasn't shy about talking to his teammates about positions.

-- John Kovacs, Wahconah coach

Kevin Boino (F)
Junior, Wahconah

"He's the guy up front that can score for you. He can fly. If he gets by you, he can score. Getting better in the air. He had a couple head-ball goals. Takes beatings because teams focus on him a lot, but he keeps getting up. When teams prepare for us they had to key on Kevin.

"He's got incredible work ethic. Getting stronger to hold off people. Overall, his upper-body strength to take hits is an area I'm sure he'll continue to improve in."

-- John Kovacs, Wahconah coach

Shane Fuller (F)
Junior, McCann Tech

"He has a never-quit attitude. He never gave up to the last minute. He has good skills, and when he got by the net, he knew how to put it in.

"He's a team player and he moves the ball well. He's quick. He doesn't have dazzling speed, but it's all about his quickness. When he gets in the box he's very tough to cover.

"He led by example with his hard work, and his work ethic motivated the team."

-- Tom Bona, McCann coach