A Travis Greaves, Northern, Junior
Had a team-high 76 points (36 goals, 40 assists) for the Patriots. Had three four-goal games. An honorable mention selection last year.
A Dustin Harlowe, St. Mary's Ryken, Senior
The Knights' leading scorer each of the last two years. Had 81 points this season, including seven against DeMatha in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference semifinals. Had 183 career points. An honorable mention selection last year.
A Paul Rudell, Patuxent, Senior
Scored 43 goals with 31 assists to help lead the Panthers to their second consecutive Southern Maryland Athletic Conference title. Three-time All-Extra selection finished his career with 269 points.
A Tim Sinclair, Patuxent, Senior
A repeat All-Extra selection, he combined with Rudell to give the Panthers one of the county's best one-two punches. Had 34 goals and 35 assists.
A David Spaulding, Calverton, Sophomore
Repeat All-Extra choice scored 54 goals with 40 assists and scooped up 52 ground balls. Had 174 points in the last two seasons, 12 of which came in this year's Maryland Independent Lacrosse League final.
A David Stamm, Leonardtown, Senior
Helped lead the Raiders to the Maryland 3A/2A final, where he scored two goals and had two assists. Led all SMAC players with 45 goals in the regular season. Also had 13 assists in the regular season.
M Drew Collins, St. Mary's Ryken, Junior
Team's most valuable player was its second-leading scorer with 51 points. Had four goals and two assists against DeMatha in WCAC semifinals. Had a team-high 139 ground balls and won 68 percent of the faceoffs he took.
M Ben Ganley, Calverton, Sophomore
Transfer from Calvert is a repeat All-Extra selection. Scored 36 goals with 19 assists and had 111 ground balls. Had three four-goal games.
M Neal McKinney, Leonardtown, Junior
Had 30 goals and 21 assists in the regular season. Had a hat trick in Maryland 3A/2A East Region final loss to Northeast. Repeat All-Extra selection.
D James Wahl, Northern, Senior
An honorable mention selection last year. Led a defense that allowed double figures just four times. Will play for Widener in Pennsylvania next year.
D Joe Wasgavage, St. Mary's Ryken, Sophomore
Led Knights' defenders in ground balls with 82, had 68 takeaways and keyed a defense that limited opponents to less than six goals per game.
G Pat Martin, St. Mary's Ryken, Senior
Made 189 saves and gave up just 5.8 goals per game. Had a .670 save percentage and posted two shutouts. Voted top athlete in school.
Attack: Vince Brown, Great Mills; John Brozena, Calverton; Mike Dolesh, St. Mary's Ryken; Luke Moeller, Calverton; Brian Verbic, Leonardtown; Troy Woodell, Chopticon.
Midfield: Brian Beasley, Great Mills; Steven Gray, Patuxent; Ryan Mills, Patuxent; Michael Hamlet, Leonardtown; Jesse Hammett, Calverton; Matt Harrison, St. Mary's Ryken; Raph L'Heureux, St. Mary's Ryken; David Taylor, Northern; Sean Weise, Calvert.
Defense: Elliot Bucholz, St. Mary's Ryken; Austin Fadely, Patuxent; Kyle Fancher, Patuxent; Matt Ives, St. Mary's Ryken; Tommy Shannon, Leonardtown.
Goalies: Jon Athens, Northern; Steven Boas, Leonardtown; Mike Leal, Patuxent.