Player of the Year
Kearney had a brilliant senior campaign, setting a Pelham single-season record with 29 goals. He finished the season with 38 points and was named to the New Hampshire Division 3 All-State team.
A four-year varsity performer, Kearney, a striker, tallied 63 career goals. Kearney was a two-sport standout this fall, as he also did the placekicking for Pelham's 8-1 football team, finishing the season with 31 conversion kicks. He plays lacrosse in the spring.
Melo was a force in the midfield this fall, finishing the season with 9 goals and 8 assists for 17 points as Billerica won the Merrimack Valley Conference Division 2 championship.
This talented senior captain was named the MVC Division 2 Player of the Year. He was an MVC All-Star as a junior. Melo hopes to continue his soccer career in college.
This multi-skilled senior captain was one of the top midfielders in Massachusetts. Dushman was named the Dual County League's Most Valuable Player for the second straight fall, finishing the season with 16 goals and 4 assists, while helping Bedford post a 14-6-2 overall record.
Dushman was a three-time DCL All-Star. He was an All-State and All-New England selection this season. Dushman plans on continuing his soccer career in college. He also plays basketball and runs track.
Keller was the backbone of a defense that helped Chelmsford finish second in the Merrimack Valley Conference Division 2 standings and earn a state tournament berth.
This hard-working senior captain, finished the season with 2 goals and 2 assists. A three-year varsity performer, Keller was an MVC All-Conference selection. He also plays baseball. Keller is an honor roll student.
Richardson, a highly-skilled junior forward, was the top-scorer on an Alvirne club that checked in with a 17-3 overall record and advanced to the New Hampshire Division 1 state final.
He scored 19 goals and had 14 assists for 33 points. Richardson, a three-year varsity player, earned a berth on the New Hampshire Division 1 All-State team. He also plays basketball for Alvirne High School.
Osgood had a strong two-way season in Westford Academy's midfield. This hard-working senior is a two-time Dual County League All-Star. Osgood earned a berth on the Eastern Massachusetts All-Star squad this fall.
Osgood, who reads the game well and has outstanding ball skills, finished the season with 2 goals and 4 assists. An honor roll student, he plans on playing soccer in college.
A senior stopper, Guilmette was a fixture on Lowell's defense. This talented co-captain made his presence felt on offense by finishing the season with 9 assists.
Guilmette, a four-year varsity letterman, helped lead Lowell to a 9-6-5 record and a state tournament berth. He was an MVC All-Conference selection. An honor roll student, Guilmette hopes to continue his soccer career in college.
Lopes had a solid season in goal for Lowell, coming up with numerous big stops while finishing the fall with a goals-against-average of 1.20 and one shutout.
An athletic netminder, Lopes reads the ball extremely well. Lopes, a junior three-year starter, was named the Merrimack Valley Conference Goalkeeper of the Year for the fall season.
Silva, a junior center midfielder, scored 10 goals, three of which came off free kicks, and had 9 assists while finishing the season as Dracut's leading scorer.
A three-year starter, Silva helped lead the Middies to a 10-8-2 record and a state tournament berth this past season. In addition, Silva was an Merrimack Valley All-Conference selection.
Barriss was a force all over the field for Shawsheen Tech this fall, getting playing time in the midfield, forward and defense. A two-year captain, Barriss finished the season with 9 goals and 6 assists, helping the Rams earn a state tournament berth.
This multi-talented senior is a four-year starter and three-time Commonwealth Athletic Conference All-Star. Barriss is a National Honor Society student. He also plays basketball and runs track in the spring.
Deignan, a senior stopper, possesses game-breaking skills. A three-year varsity performer, Deignan finished the season with 4 goals and 20 assists for 24 points while leading Lowell Catholic to a 16-3-1 record and the Catholic Central League Small School title.
Deignan, a captain, was named the Catholic Central League Small MVP for the second straight season. He plans on continuing his soccer career in college.
McGuinness, a senior captain, was a fixture in the midfield for Groton-Dunstable. He finished with 7 goals and 7 assists while helping the Crusaders post an overall record of 9-7-3 and a berth in the Central Mass. semifinals in their first year in Division 1.
McGuinness, a four-year varsity player, helped Groton-Dunstable win back-to-back Division 2 state titles in 2011 and 2012. He was a Central Massachusetts All-Star this season. McGuinness, an honor roll student, is a two time Midland B Division All-Star who will play for Babson College next year.
Foley was an offensive catalyst in the midfield. A senior captain, he scored 6 goals and had 10 assists while leading Wilmington to a 17-3-1 record and the Middlesex League Freedom Division title.
A two-time league all-star, Foley was named the Freedom Division MVP. He was an All-State selection and an Eastern Massachusetts All-Star. A National Honor Society student, Foley's stellar play in goal helped backbone Wilmington's drive to back-to-back Division 2 state titles in boys hockey.
Foley relied on his athleticism to make all the saves that mattered in goal for Wilmington this season. A senior captain, he notched 13 shutouts and had a goals-against-average under 1.00 as Wilmington won the Middlesex League Freedom Division championship.
Foley is a two-time Middlesex League All-Star. He posted a school record 14 shutouts as a junior, and finished his varsity career with close to 40 shutouts. During the winter, Foley plays forward on Wilmington's hockey team, which has won back-to-back Division 2 state titles.
Sickinger led the Wachusett League C Division in scoring with 19 goals and 6 assists for 25 points. He can play anywhere on the field, splitting his time between forward and midfield this fall.
A senior captain, Sickinger helped lead Tyngsboro to a 12-7-1 record and a second place finish in the Wachusett C Division. He also plays basketball and tennis and is an honor roll student at THS.
Greater Lowell Tech
Farias did it all for Greater Lowell Tech this season, getting time on defense, in the midfield and at forward while scoring 10 goals and notching 5 assists.
This multi-talented junior is a three-year starter. He was named to the Commonwealth Conference All-Star team. Farias runs spring track.
Brazina was a fixture in the midfield on a Concord-Carlisle club that checked in with a 15-2-2 record and won the Dual County League Small School title. A two-time DCL All-Star, the Patriots' senior captain finished the season with 8 goals and 6 assists.
Brazina was an All-State selection. He is a two-time Eastern Massachusetts All-Star. An honor roll student, he plans on playing soccer in college.
Coach of the Year
Hurtubise guided Lowell Catholic to a 16-3-1 record, the Catholic Central League Small School championship and a berth in the semifinals of the Division 4 North Sectional.
"We set a number of team records this season," said Hurtubise. "We won the league championship and we had the most regular season wins ever."
Hurtubise played high school soccer in upstate New York.
ACTON-BOXBORO: Julian Stewart, Andrew Hoang. ALVIRNE: RJ Younghusband. BEDFORD: Stephen Frazier, Peter Whallon. BILLERICA: Dan Proulx, Dave Rogers. BURLINGTON: Jerry Ramirez. CONCORD-CARLISLE: Tom Kearns, Charlie Booth. CHELMSFORD: Maxwell Ofosu. DRACUT: Ryan Fisher, Derrick Wanjiku. GREATER LOWELL: Gbah Dualu. GROTON-DUNSTABLE: Connor Maguire, Anthony Resca. LOWELL: Mikey Phakonekham, Matheus Deassis. LOWELL CATHOLIC: Andrew Pereira, Adrian Lambert, Dimitrious Dimou. NASHOBA TECH: John Young. NORTH MIDDLESEX: Jacob Fitzgerald. PELHAM: Derek Sage, Eric Guinasso. SHAWSHEEN TECH: James Gibb. TEWKSBURY: Matt Lemos, Kyle Paquette. TYNGSBORO: Adam Asanceo. WESTFORD ACADEMY: Derrick Naugler. WILMINGTON: Kory McGilvray.
ACTON-BOXBORO: Zack Zambarano. ALVIRNE: Raul Stedile. AUSTIN PREP: Scott Vinchesi, Ryan Fischer. AYER-SHIRLEY: Mike Davis, Alex Baker. BEDFORD: Dan Anderson, Sam Dushman, Besher Assi, Adam Silbert. BILLERICA: Conor McCarthy, Nick DeRosa. CENTRAL CATHOLIC: Justin Dansereau. GREATER LOWELL: Vincent Kirathi, Fernando Nherisson. GROTON-DUNSTABLE: Ryan Hardy, Matt Straw. LOWELL: Kato Suhairu. LOWELL CATHOLIC: Matthew Nachatelo, Zack Lemire, Stephen Janeczko. NASHOBA TECH: Jake Gray, Erik MacDonald. NORTH MIDDLESEX: Michael Spagnolo. SHAWSHEEN TECH: Jon Fitzpatrick. TYNGSBORO: Dan Magee, Andy Savard. WILMINGTON: Jimmy Murphy, Austin O'Neal.