Attack — Quinn Carrigan, Fairview, Sr.: The Knights' assist leader in 2016, the four-year varsity standout was named to the Front Range League second team his senior year.
Attack — Gavyn Pure, Dawson School, So.: Leading the state with 128 points, he was as dynamic as any player in Colorado with 71 goals and 57 assists for the state runner-up Mustangs.
Attack — Jesse Rosenblatt, Dawson School, Sr.: Colorado's sixth-best point scorer, he chipped in 54 goals and 36 assists while the Mustangs made their run to the Class 4A finals.
Attack — Andrew Zwiers, Monarch, Sr.: He was second on the Coyotes in points and a first-team selection in the Front Range League all-conference voting.
Midfield — Chad Kreuzer, Monarch, Sr.: The BoCoPreps.com Player of the Year, he amassed the state's second-best points total of 113 while playing midfield and was named the Front Range League MVP.
Midfield — Connor Fox, Boulder, Sr.: Set to play at Georgetown University next season, the all-conference first teamer finished his senior season fourth in Colorado with 98 points.
Midfield — Kyle Sudol, Dawson School, Jr.: One of the top face-off specialists in the state, the junior did that and much more of the Mustangs.
Midfield — Wyatt Watts, Dawson School, Sr.: A top scorer for the Mustangs for several years, he poured in 51 more goals as a senior and was an all-conference first team middie.
Defense — Aidan Abram, Dawson School, Fr.: Not in intimidated as a rookie, he made life difficult for opposing attackmen on his way to the Foothills League all-conference first team.
Defense — Danny Kowalski, Monarch, Jr.: Voted the Front Range League's best long stick midfielder, he was a force all over the field for the Coyotes.
Defense — Eric McCarty, Boulder, Sr.: A Front Range League first-team selection, he anchored the Panthers' defense all season long.
Defense — Sammer Ziady, Monarch, Jr.: Another Front Range League first-team defenseman, he was a major reason the Coyotes held opponents to a 7.8 scoring average in 2016.
Goalie — Chad Dunnell, Dawson School, Sr.: The Mustangs sure could score but without Dunnell and his 167 saves and 6.2 goals against average, they couldn't have reached the 4A state championship game.
Coach — Peter Devlin, Dawson School: In his sixth season at the helm, he guided the Mustangs to a state runner-up finish in 4A, a run that included a 15-game win streak.
Nathan Bol, Fairview, Sr.; Derek Coleman, Monarch, Sr.; Boe Gold, Boulder, Jr.; Eli Haynes, Boulder, Jr.; Andrew Lanham, Dawson School, Jr.; Brock Tausan, Monarch, Sr.; Hunter Watts, Dawson School, So.; Andrew Winans, Monarch, Sr.
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