Mike McCormack

Junior, Mount Greylock, attack

McCormack, the Eagle MVP, became the new Massachusetts state single-season points leader with 191 this season. He led Greylock to a 17-3 regular season, a No. 1 seed in the Division III Central/Western Mass tournament and the tournament title.

The coach's take: Real proud of what he's been able to accomplish. State record for points in season. He's hard working, coachable and he's willing to listen to teammates.

-- Brandon Asplundh,
Mount Greylock coach
Alex Teichert

Senior, Pittsfield, attack

Led Pittsfield in goals and assists. The senior attack was the engine of the Generals' offense.

The coach's take: Provided leadership on the field and really took control of the offense. He slowed it down when we needed to and sped it up when we needed to. He's an overall tough player for our team,"

-- Scott Aiken, Pittsfield coach

Matt Malloy

Senior, Mount Greylock, attack

Malloy finished second on the team in goals scored with 51, and third in assists with 31.

Coach's take: Brought a lot leadership on and off the field. Started at attack and played midfield [as well]. Elevated his game toward the end of the season. When we needed him, he stepped up.

-- Brandon Asplundh

Brendan Leary

Junior, Pittsfield,
midfield

Leary was a versatile player in the midfield for the Generals.


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He finished third in goals scored and total points on the team.

The coach's take: [Brendan] did everything for us. He was the field 95 percent of the time. Faceoffs, man-up and man- down. He's a great leader and a real work horse. Looking forward to him coming back next year.

-- Scott Aiken

Cole Jackson

Senior, Mount Greylock, midfield

Jackson handled many responsibilities well for the Mounties. He was capable of doing all of the little things, and could score as well. Highlighted by his five-goal game against Pittsfield.

The coach's take: Leader of the first midfield line. Toward the end of the season we only used one midfield line and we asked a lot of the guys. He stayed on the field man-up and man-down. Great leader for the team and reliable player.

-- Brandon Asplundh

Mike Perkett

Senior, Taconic, midfield

Perkett was a strong two-way player for the Braves. He ends his career as the Braves' all-time leading scorer with 61 goals and 43 assists. He scored 30 goals and had 26 assists this year. He was a three-year starter. Had two six goals games his senior season. Won over 80 percent of his faceoffs.

The coach's take: There were some games where he didn't come off the field. He just ran and ran. He's like a bull with no hesitation. If he wanted to score he could. If he wanted to shut you down he would. He was that good.

-- Devin O'Brien Garvey, Taconic assistant coach

Cav Wolski

Senior, Lee, midfield

Wolski was an all-around playmaker for the Wildcats. He led the team in total points and was an emotional leader for his teammates.

The coach's take: [Cav] had an amazing season. He took us over the top. Between being a leader and his dedication, he's one of the players we could look to, to rally the team together. Everything revolved around his hard work and dedication to his team.

-- Mike Snyder, Lee coach

Jonah Kelly

Junior, Mount Greylock, faceoff

Kelly recorded a 51 percent face-off percentage for the Mounties. He also scored 20 goals and had five assists.

The coach's take: Member of first-line midfield. He did it all.

-- Brandon Asplundh

Sam Capeless

Sophomore, Monument Mountain,
long stick midfield

Capeless became a captain as a sophomore and used his knowledge of the game to make plays for the Spartans.

The coach's take: Really good ground ball and stick skills. Terrific shot for a long stick middie. Very knowledgeable of the game. His passion for the game is second to none. 

-- Rob Leary, Monument Mountain coach

Cal Filson

Sophomore, Mount Greylock, goalkeeper

Filson consistenly kept the opposition off the scoreboard and came up big the few times the offense struggled in the Mounties' championship season. He finished with a 61 percent save record.

The coach's take: Allows defense to play with confidence, knowing he's not going to give up any soft goals. We're extremely lucky to have him. ... Cal kept us in games where we should have given up goals. He elevated his play and gave us a chance to win.

-- Brandon Asplundh

Curran Doyle

Senior, Wahconah, defender

Doyle combined with goalie Roger Steadman to solidify the Warriors' defense. Doyle helped orchestrate two shutouts on the season.

The coach's take: Very hard worker. Great leader. Leaves it all on the field. A pleasure to coach.

-- Zach Sondrini, Wahconah coach

Daivon Clement

Senior, Mount Greylock, defender

Provided great leadership on defense for the Central/Western Mass. champions. He finished with 27 takeaways and 10 interceptions.

The coach's take: Leader of a talented and intelligent group on defense. Gifted, humble and hard working. I'd hate to be covered by Daivon Clement.

-- Brandon Asplundh

Dylan Moody

Senior, Taconic, defender

Moody was a three-year captain and starter for the Braves. His versatility allowed him to play everywhere on the field except goalie during his career. Averaged six ground balls a game. Only committed two penalties last season. Scored 10 goals and had 12 assists for his career.

The coach's take: He's a leader by example and the definition of class. ... The heart and soul of the team. If we needed something he was there to supply it.

-- Devin O'Brien-Garvey

Second team

Attack

Ryan Jacoby, Pittsfield

Stephin Wallace, Hoosac Valley

Emerson Wolski, Lee

Midfield

Andy Wright, Pittsfield

Brendan Faas, St. Joe

Jack Vickery, Monument Mountain

Faceoff

Connor Parkinson, Lee
Long stick midfielder

Mitch Stockley

Defense

Jordan Chapman, Pittsfield

Matt Hogan, Mount Greylock

Quinn Abrams, Monument Mountain

Goalie

Nikolai Pixley