Player of the Year
BEN HOSTETLER, River Hill, Sr.
Attackman scored a school-record 63 goals and added 29 assists and 76 ground balls to lead his team to the semifinals of the 3A/2A North Region tournament and a second-place finish in the county standings.
Hostetler posted 24 goals and eight assists in four games against the county's other top teams -- Centennial, Mount Hebron, Glenelg and Hammond. He has recorded 123 goals and 57 assists the past two years and will play football for Georgetown this fall.
Coach of the Year
DAVE GRIFFIN, Hammond
Seventh-year coach guided the Golden Bears to a fourth-place finish in league play with a record of 7-3, tying their highest finish since 1992.
Hammond, which finished 10-5 overall after losing to River Hill in the quarterfinals of the 3A/2A North Region tournament, has moved into the county's upper echelon of boys' lacrosse, improving on last year's fifth-place finish and a ninth-place showing in 2003. "It's taken some time and a lot of hard work," Griffin said. "But we're finally moving in the right direction."
ANDREW ALESHIRE, Mount Hebron, Sr.: Midfielder recorded 22 goals and 5 assists to go along with a team-high 76 ground balls to lead his team to the quarterfinals of the 3A/2A North Region tournament.
ALEX ASHCROFT, Centennial, Sr.: Attacker recorded 61 goals, 37 assists and 64 ground balls to lead his team to its second consecutive 3A/2A state title.
BENIN BEMBRY, Wilde Lake, Sr.: Saw time at both midfield and attack and responded by posting a team-high 42 goals to go along with 10 assists. Will play for University of Maryland Baltimore County.
MATT BERRY, Mount Hebron, Sr.: Attacker recorded a team-high 25 assists and scored 30 goals.
MIKE BOGDANOR, River Hill, Sr.: Goalie saved 181 of 286 shots (63 percent).
KEVIN BURNETT, Hammond, Sr.: Midfielder posted 17 goals and 12 assists and scooped a team-high 95 ground balls.
MIKE CONDRON, Centennial, Sr.: Two-time 3A/2A champion's top defender scooped 51 ground balls and is one of the best defenders in school history, said Coach Mike Siegert.
SHEA CONWAY, Glenelg, Sr.: Attacker posted 41 goals and 27 assists to lead his team to the 2A/1A state tournament for the third consecutive year.
KYLE COTTRELL, Glenelg, Jr.: Defender recovered 60 ground balls and forced 56 turnovers.
BRENNAN DOUGHERTY, Centennial, Sr.: Midfielder recorded a team-high 43 assists to go along with 37 goals and 56 ground balls.
ERIC EVANS, Centennial, Sr.: Midfielder recovered 123 ground balls -- at least 30 more than any of his teammates -- and also contributed 23 goals and 21 assists. Will play for the Air Force Academy.
WARD ODENWALD, Glenelg, Sr.: Goalie saved 241 of 323 shots (66.7 percent). Will play for Navy.
ERIK SEGASSER, Mount Hebron, Sr.: One of the county's best one-on-one defenders, he scooped 59 ground balls.
SAM STUMPF, Centennial, Sr.: Attacker scored a team-high 52 goals, assisted on 13 and recovered 46 ground balls.
Attack: Pat Coppinger, Hammond, Jr.; Zander Crawford, Atholton, Jr.; Brian Dix, Hammond, Sr.; Travis Drown, Chapelgate Christian, Sr.; Daniel Hostetler, River Hill, Soph.; Josh Hostetler, River Hill, Jr.; Tommy Incontrera, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Tripp Latta, Glenelg Country, Jr.; Dan Masiulis, Howard, Sr.; Jonathan Stumpf, Centennial, Soph.
Midfield: Matt Curtin, Centennial, Sr.; Dean Hart, Atholton, Jr.; Doug Kohlenstein, Mount Hebron, Soph.; Chris Lamb, Glenelg Country, Sr.; Justin Martinelli, Mount Hebron, Soph.; Chad McCarthy, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Peter Ridge, River Hill, Sr.; Ben Rosen, Glenelg Country, Sr.; Cory Thomas, River Hill, Sr.
Defense: Collin Fadrowski, River Hill, Sr.; Keith Fischer, Centennial, Sr.; Matt Richter, Glenelg, Sr.; Chris Saxton, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Andrew Walls, Glenelg Country, Soph.
Goalie: Mike Birmingham, Mount Hebron, Jr.; Devon Flaherty, Hammond, Jr.; Jamie Guarneri, Centennial, Jr.; Danny Walker, Glenelg Country, Sr.