A Alex Trippi

Bullis / Jr.

The North Carolina recruit led perhaps the most dangerous attack unit in the country during an unprecedented spring that ended with Bullis ranked as high as No. 2 in the country. The Bulldogs closed the season on a 19-game winning streak and captured the school’s first Interstate Athletic Conference title in boys’ lacrosse. Armed with precise footwork, sublime stick skills and preternatural vision, Trippi thrived despite being the main focus of opposing defenses. He finished with 56 goals and 50 assists facing one of the area’s toughest schedules and earned IAC player of the year honors.

G Casey DuBois

Mount Hebron / Sr.

Had 73 percent save percentage and gave up fewer than five goals per contest while leading the Vikings to the Maryland 3A/2A state title game for the first time in 10 years.

D John Railey

Georgetown Prep / Sr.

Used superior length to hold the best offensive players in the area to below average performances and finished with 59 groundballs. Will play at Loyola (Md.).

D Ryan Finlay

Gonzaga / Sr.

Under Armour all-American was rarely beaten guarding every team’s top attackman, no small feat given the Eagles’ rigorous national schedule. Will play at Brown.

LSM Richard Bartozzi

The Heights / Sr.

Denison recruit was menacing all over the field. Had 23 goals, 126 groundballs and 62 caused turnovers while marking every opponent’s top player.

F/O Nick McEvoy

Gonzaga / Sr.

The area’s most complete player on faceoffs finished with 37 goals, 21 assists, 201 groundballs and won 79 percent of his draws. Will play at Penn State.

MF Avery Myers

Gonzaga / Sr.

The WCAC player of the year possessed unmatched athleticism and scored 49 goals while earning Under Armour all-American honors. Will play at Michigan.

MF Griffin Brown

Landon / Sr.

All-IAC selection emerged as a force this spring, earning team MVP honors by scoring 41 goals and dishing out 23 assists. Will play at Colgate.

MF Ethan Carr

Severna Park / Sr.

A two-way threat who embraced his defensive role and scored 20 goals this year. Led the Falcons to their first state championship since 2010. Will play at Army.

Severna Park ends state title drought

A Nicky Petkevich

Bullis / Sr.

Colgate recruit led the IAC champion Bulldogs with 65 goals using a quick release and a blazing shot. Won the Kelly Award, given annually to Maryland's top player.

Coach of the Year Scott Mitchell

Stone Bridge

Built the Bulldogs from the ground up, taking over a four-win team in 2008 and turning it into a perennial force not just in Loudoun County, but across the state of Virginia. After guiding Stone Bridge to the 5A state championship last spring, Mitchell led the Bulldogs through an undefeated run to a repeat region championship and a second straight state semifinal appearance.

D Noah Madgwick

Stone Bridge / Sr.

The Binghamton commit was a dominant defensive force in his four years with the Bulldogs, setting a school record for career ground balls, caused turnovers and takeaways.

A Johnny Daniel

Robinson / Sr.

The heart of the Rams offense was named U.S. Lacrosse All-American and Virginia 6A North POY after another big season for the two-time defending state champions.

Robinson sweeps 6A North region titles

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