Rich Davis, Haverhill — “Hillie Hitter Award” for the gritty defenseman who has been a stalwart on the blue line for the Hillies for four seasons, leading his team to its first postseason berth since 2007.
Eric Coburn, Londonderry — “No L Award” for the captain with no “L” in his often misspelled name, who led the Lancers to many wins (or “Ws”) during his stellar final season.
Dylan and Nick Yameen, Methuen: “The Two Heads Award” for four-year starter twins who did it all for the Rangers, including scoring goals, playing defense and serving as captains.
Ryan Bradley, Methuen — “Honorary Triplet Award” because, after playing next to Dylan and Nick Yameen for four years, he probably gained some of their twin ESP.
Austin Brown, North Andover — “Lone Wolf Pack Award” as the only returning senior to the Scarlet Knights, who took on much of the leadership even without the captain’s “C.”
Thomas Day, North Reading — “Best Big Brother Award” for passing up his own stats to regularly set up high-scoring brother Nick. Thomas finished the season with 21 assists.
Logan Sherwood, Pentucket — “Comeback Kid Award” for returning to the ice after missing his sophomore and junior seasons with knee injuries.
Alex Breen and Ashley Zannini, Salem — “Girl Power Award” for becoming the first girls since 2004-05 to play Blue Devils varsity hockey team. Breen, a center, won 11 faceoffs.
Jim Perry, Timberlane — “No Quit Award” for never letting up for the severely shorthanded Owls and scoring a stellar 18 goals.
Porter Carelli, Windham/Pelham — “Thinking Man Award” for high honor roll student and longtime key player who finished the season with 20 points.
Laura Ritzer, Andover — “Captain’s Captain Award” for inspiring everyone with her strength in the face or tragedy, and after playing JV was named a captain and scored her first varsity goal.