Attack — Leo Bellanca, Jr., Dawson: Few Class 4A players proved as dominant as Bellanca, as he finished ninth in Colorado in goals with 57 and eighth in points with 83 while adding 83 groundballs and 66 faceoffs won. Those marks earned him first team all-state in 4A and first team Northern Conference.
Attack — Liam Connors, So., Erie: Connors played a pivotal role in Erie’s run to the 4A state semifinals as he finished first team Northern Conference, second team all-state and 14th in all of Colorado with points scored at 46 goals and 30 assists (76 points).
Attack — Max Burhop, Jr., Boulder: On top of earning the conference player of the year and first team all-league for League 1, Burhop finished sixth in Colorado in goals scored at 60. He found his way onto second team all-state leading a young Panthers team.
Midfield — Holden Walker, Jr., Dawson: Walker proved himself to be quite the team leader as he finished first team all-state in 4A, first team Northern Conference, eighth in the state in goals at 58, 13th in points at 77 and 15th and ground balls with 100.
Midfield — Corby Tecu, Sr., Erie: As a member of Erie lacrosse’s first graduating class, Tecu served as a leader in the middle with 30 goals, 13 assists and 35 ground balls his senior season. Those marks earned him spots on first team all-state for 4A as well as first team Northern Conference.
Midfield — Liam Hensler, Sr., Monarch: Hensler finished his final season at Monarch with 25 goals, 15 assists and 21 ground balls, marks that earned him second team all-state for 5A as well as first team for League 2.
Defender — Sam Riecken, Sr., Monarch: Riecken won BoCoPreps.com player of the year after finding his way onto the All-American list for Colorado, one of just 12 players to earn that honor. He finished eighth in the state with ground balls at 138 while winning 175 faceoffs He made first team all-state in 5A as well as first team all-league for League 2.
Defender — Finn Carpenter, Jr., Dawson: Carpenter played a key role in Dawson’s run to the 4A state quarterfinals as he found his way onto first team all-state and first team Northern Conference after collecting 86 ground balls and 29 takeaways.
Defender — Max Warn, Sr., Erie: Warn proved deadly on defense as he finished ninth in the state with 38 takeaways and added 75 ground balls to that total. Those marks earned him first team all-state in 4A as well as first team Northern Conference.
Defensive midfield — Owen Hoppert, Jr., Fairview: Hoppert held firm for the Knights in the middle as he collected 40 ground balls. He earned his way onto second team all-state for 5A as well as first team all-conference for League 2.
Faceoff Specialist — Evan Shanks, Sr., Jefferson Academy: Shanks consistently proved himself to be one of the best players in all of 4A, as he finished fourth in the entire state in faceoff percentage (.775), third in ground balls (190), 16th in goals (50), 17th in assists (30) and 10th in points (82). He earned the 4A Northern Conference player of the year, first team all-state and was an Academic All American.
Long-stick midfield — Oliver Pritchard, So., Dawson: Pritchard more than earned his spot on first team all-state for 4A and first team Northern Conference after finishing fourth in the state in takeaways with 59 and ninth in ground balls with 128.
Goalie — Dewey Schreiner, Sr., Boulder: No area goalie proved as tough to get by as Schreiner did as he finished fourth in Colorado in save percentage (.681) with 211 saves and 12th in goals against average (6.600) with 99 goals allowed.
Coach of the year — Nick Mandia, Erie: Mandia has been instrumental to Erie’s rise in just its third season as a program. He led an incredibly talented group of boys to the state semifinals, where the Tigers lost 9-7 to eventual state champion Cheyenne Mountain.
Kooper Anderson, Jr., Erie; Leo Barringer, Sr., Boulder; Owen Belt, Jr., Dawson; Connor Berns, Sr., Boulder; Seth Bins, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Ryan Burns, Jr., Erie; Jack Diamond, So., Dawson; Breckin DenHartog, Sr., Erie; Hudsin DenHartog, So., Erie; Michael Dickinson-Tooman, So., Fairview; Derek Duplechin, Jr., Monarch; Karson Evens, Jr., Erie; Connor Gottlob, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Graysen Jolly, Jr., Monarch; Chuck Jones, Sr., Boulder; Alexander Klemp, Sr., Dawson;
Dalton Lane, Sr., Holy Family; Flynn Leonard, Fr., Monarch; Dylan Mastrogiovanni, Sr., Dawson; Ryan McConnell, Sr., Erie; Connor McCullick, Sr., Boulder; Sam Millison, Jr., Fairview; Davis Mundy, So., Erie; Jackson Mundy, Sr., Erie; Luke Nathan, Fr., Boulder; Charlie O’Brien, So., Erie; Kreitler Payes, Sr., Boulder; Thomas Perkins, So., Holy Family; Ben Perry, Sr., Dawson;
Landon Peters, So., Holy Family; Ethan Reich, Sr., Boulder; Sam Rich, Fr., Fairview; Connor Scarboro, So., Jefferson Academy; Jude Scarbrough, So., Boulder; Ben Schwartz, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Colin Selters, Jr., Erie; Will Spencer, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Brendan Staff, So., Holy Family; Caleb Theisen, Sr., Erie; Colin Torres, Fr., Monarch; Griffyn Weber, Jr., Monarch.