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A — KYLE DONER, Monarch, Sr.: Doner’s 37-goal season kept defenses from being able to focus solely on Puldy.

A — BRYANT JACOBS, Boulder, So.: Jacobs led the Panthers with 35 goals, scoring at least three goals in a game eight times.

A — CLAPTON MARQUIS, Alexander Dawson, Jr.: Enjoyed a uniquely balanced season on the attack, finishing with 28 goals and 25 assists.

A — JORDAN MEEHAN, Monarch, Sr.: Blossomed into a consistent scorer during the second half of the season, finishing with 30 goals and 24 assists.

MF — ALEC PADILLA, Monarch, Sr.: A second team all-state selection, Padilla provided much of the grit for Monarch during its state quarterfinal run.

MF — MICHAEL PAQUETTE, Alexander Dawson, So.: The versatile midfielder was a solid defensive contributor who also finished with 14 goals.

MF — NATHAN PULDY, Monarch, Sr.: The Player of the Year finished second in the state in points (93) and third in goals (63).

D — SEAN LAVINE, Fairview, So.: One of the big reasons why the rebuilding Knights have reason for optimism, Lavine provided a steady presence along Fairview’s back line.

D — KRISTIAN LUPA, Boulder, Jr.: Another one of Boulder’s talented underclassmen, Lupa anchored a defense that displayed a marked improvement down the stretch.

D — DREW McCAULAY, Monarch, Sr.: McCaulay earned first team all-state honors after providing a rugged presence in the middle of the Coyotes’ defense.

D — GUS SAWICKI, Monarch, Sr.: Sawicki earned academic All-American honors and also was a first team all-state selection.

D — ELLIOTT WHITEHEAD, Monarch, Sr.: The first team all-league selection was a huge part of a defense that held opponents to five goals or fewer six times.

G — DAVID WINSOR, Alexander Dawson, So.: Winsor’s talents often kept the Mustangs in games and earned the sophomore first team All-Northern League honors.

Coach — DAVID AUDAY, Monarch: Auday pressed all the right buttons while leading Monarch to its first appearance in the state quarterfinals.


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