2018-19 The Berkshire Eagle All Stars: Boys Lacrosse

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Michael Wellspeak, Mount Greylock, senior

Wellspeak's senior season was filled with plenty of goals and assists. Playing in 20 games, Wellspeak scored 38 goals and dished out 62 assists, to finish with 100 points on the year. That point total was the highest in his four years. He finishes with 349 career points, including 179 goals and 170 assists. Wellspeak, though, did more than score, finishing second on the team in ground balls with 98. Greylock went 13-7 during the year, making it to the Central/Western Mass. Division III quarterfinals while also finishing second in the Berkshire League this season.

Offensive

Dart Jaggi, Wahconah, senior

Jaggi's senior year was filled with goals. Lots and lots of goals. Jaggi scored 70 on the season as Wahconah went 17-2, earning its highest seed ever in the Central/Western Mass. Division III tournament. In addition to the goals, Jaggi also had 14 assists on the year for 84 total points. He scored hat tricks in at least 14 games, including six-or-more goals on four separate occasions.

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Defensive

Corey Bazonski, Wahconah, junior

Bazonski played a critical role for a Wahconah team that went 17-2 on the year and earned the No. 2 seed in the Central/Western Mass. Division III tournament field. Bazonski helped guide a defense that gave up just 6 goals per game throughout the year, and he led the team in ground balls won with 52. Bazonski's unit gave up more than 10 goals just three times during the year.

Coach

Joe O'Neill, Wahconah

O'Neill's first season as the head coach for Wahconah was a major success, as his Warriors won their first-ever Berkshire League title by scoring its first-ever win against Mount Greylock. O'Neill's boys went 17-2 en route to a spot in the Central/Western Mass. Division III tournament. O'Neill oversaw a defense that gave up just six goals per game, while at the same time scoring 14 goals per game and averaging 9.3 assists per contest.


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