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    Boulder's Eli Haynes celebrates a goal during a game against Fairview on May 1.

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    Fairviews Colton Campbell, No. 7, is congratulated on a goal during a game against Boulder on May 1.

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    Monarch's Charlie Gifford moves the ball past a Denver East defender on April 14.

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    Dawson School Jack Shams controls the ball in front of a Valor Christian player during the Class 4A state championship game on May 19.

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FIRST TEAM

Attack — Eli Haynes, Sr., Boulder: Earned first team all-league honors after notching 27 goals and 38 points for the Panthers.

Attack — Gavyn Pure, Jr., Dawson School: Named as an All-American, Pure surpassed the 100-point plateau for the third straight season to earn BoCoPreps.com player of the year honors.

Attack — Colton Campbell, Sr., Fairview: Paced FHS in both goals (32) and assists (16) to earn first-team all-league.

Midfield — Charlie Gifford, Sr., Monarch: The offense ran through Gifford, and he led the Coyotes with 25 assists while scoring 14 goals himself.

Midfield — Danny Kowalski, Sr., Monarch: Long stick middie provided the two-way support that helped MoHi outscore opponents by 60 goals.

Midfield — Mac Zee, Sr., Dawson School: In addition to scoring 29 goals and 37 points, Zee took just one penalty all year to help Dawson dominate.

Midfield — Jack Shams, Jr., Dawson School: Balanced scoring and distributing well (26 goals, 23 assists), but he also racked up 65 ground balls.

Defense — Sammer Ziady, Sr., Monarch: Showed a nose for the ball and a level head in all situations as Monarch kept in the hunt for a Front Range League title.

Defense — Nick D’Esposito, Sr., Fairview: A good communicator on the field, D’Esposito was a first-team all-league selection and helped the Knights weather a gauntlet of a schedule.

Defense — Aidan Abram, So., Dawson School: Anchored a Mustangs defense that allowed double-digit goals just three times.

Faceoff — Kyle Sudol, Sr., Dawson School: Won 73.7 percent of faceoffs (seventh among all qualifying players) and gained 151 ground balls (fourth in the state).

Faceoff — Dylan Haines, Jr., Monarch: Won 65 percent of his faceoffs, which keyed some of the Coyotes biggest wins of the year as they finished 12-4.

Goalie — Connor Thornton, Jr., Boulder: Numbers across the board were respectable for the junior, who allowed just 7.8 goals a game with a .564 save percentage.

Coach — Peter Devlin, Dawson School: The Mustangs had to settle for a 4A state runner-up trophy, but Devlin’s team was ranked No. 1 in 4A most of the year, earned a top playoff seed and beat Valor Christian in the regular season.

Honorable mention

Sage Banashek, Sr., Boulder; Ish Bouchta, Sr., Boulder; Ty Bradley, Jr., Monarch; Boe Gold, Sr., Boulder; Sage Gardner, So., Dawson School; Travis Hitt, So., Monarch; Jared Hodell, Jr., Monarch; Dawson Santangelo, Fr., Dawson School; Jake Sheerin, Jr., Fairview; Hunter Watts, Jr., Dawson School; Riley Welsch, So., Jefferson Academy.

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