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Monarch senior Braeden Wimer (23) looks to pass against Mountain Range on Wednesday, May 19, 2021, in Westminster, Colo.


Attack — Andrew Frey, Sr., Monarch: Senior playmaker notched 39 goals for the Coyotes in Class 5A play, earning him second team all-state honors.

Attack — Jack Cromwell, Jr., Fairview: Cromwell will look to continue Fairview’s strong play next season after scoring 30 points, including 20 goals, to earn 5A second-team all-state honors.

Attack — Liam Conners, Fr., Erie: The Tigers’ offense netted 15 goals a game on the way to the Class 4A semis, and Conners led EHS and the area with an impressive 46 goals.

Attack — Max Burhop, So., Boulder: The Panthers were solid in going 6-4 this season, and Burhop showed tremendous promise with 31 goals as BHS’ offensive star.

Midfield — Liam O’Brien, Sr., Fairview: Another of Colorado’s representatives on the USA Lacrosse All-American list, O’Brien soared to a 54-point season (4.5 ppg) while guiding FHS to a league championship.

Midfield — Braeden Wimer, Sr., Monarch: The USA Lacrosse All-American led the entire state with 71 points, which broke down to 5.9 points per game as MoHi went 9-3 and made the Class 5A second round.

Midfield — Jack Booth, Sr., Erie: The senior all-state first-teamer was an assist machine, credited with 22 dishes as part of his team-leading 57 points.

Midfield — Joe Cesario, Sr., Jefferson Academy: While the Jaguars still continue to grow as a program, Cesario leaves JA with first-team all-state accolades after scoring 38 goals.

Long-stick Midfield — Hayden Sock, Sr., Erie: The senior has been a leader ever since the program’s inception, and there’s no doubt he leaves the program on a high note after the Tigers made the semifinals.

Defender — Harrison Pfeiffer, Sr., Fairview: Pfeiffer earned USA Lacrosse All-American honors as he helped the Knights reduce opponents to an astoundingly low 4.8 goals a game, one of the best marks in Class 5A.

Defender — Hudson Bush, Sr., Fairview: Named a USA Lacrosse Academic All-American, Bush constantly shut down defenders with his zone awareness and it earned him all-state first-team accolades.

Defender — Max Warn, Jr., Erie: The junior and 4A first-team all-state honoree racked up 51 ground balls while helping the EHS defense shut down opponents to the tune of just 7.8 goals per game.

Face-off Specialist — Sam Riecken, Jr., Monarch: In addition to locking down 71 ground balls, Riecken, a 5A first-team all-state player, won 69% of the draws he took.

Goalie — Brooks Catlin, Sr., Fairview: The player of the year was solid as they come, finishing fourth in Class 5A in save percentage (.640) while allowing just 49 goals all season. He was a finalist for CHSAA player of the year in 5A.

Coach — Matt Kelley, Fairview: The Knights were senior-laden and found a groove that eventually led them to a 10-2 record (9-1 regular season) and a near upset of Mountain Vista in the 5A second round.


Patrick Aber, Jr., Fairview; Leo Barringer, Jr., Boulder; Adam Bristow, Sr., Erie; Finn Carpenter, So., Dawson; Nick Horrocks, Sr., Fairview; Connor McCullick, Jr., Boulder; Kevin McMahon, Sr., Monarch; Charlie O’Brien, Fr., Erie; Colin Selters, So., Erie; Evan Shanks, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Dewey Schreiner, Jr., Boulder; Corby Tecu, Jr., Erie; Holden Walker, So., Dawson; Jack Wirth, Sr., Fairview; Pierce Zickerman, So., Monarch.

Erie senior Jack Booth (10) and Adam Bristow (7) celebrate a goal against Golden on Thursday, June 17, 2021, in Erie, Colo. (Timothy Hurst/Staff Photographer)