Boys Lacrosse All-Stars
Player Team Year Position
Tyler Weeks Andover Sr. Defense
Thomas Jenoski Central Sr. Defense
Eric Coburn Londonderry Jr. Defense
Nick Pino North Andover Sr. Attack
Conor Murnane North Reading Sr. Defense
Keston Beauregard Pelham Sr. Attack
Brett Connal Pinkerton Jr. Midfield
*Jake Lisauskas Pinkerton Jr. Midfield
Pat Rodden Whittier Soph. Goalie
Anthony Gallo Windham Soph. Midfield
*Denotes Eagle-Tribune MVP
Two-time All-MVC. Talented 6-1, 190-pounder who was strong in transition. Had six goals and two assists. Only returner from last year’s Andover defense. Big reason why Golden Warriors had an impressive 5.6 goals against average. That is believed to be a program record. Tri-captain. “His stick skills created multiple transition opportunities,” coach Wayne Puglisi said. UMass recruit. Hockey tri-captain.
MVC Division 2 MVP. Set single-season program record with 168 ground balls. Notched eight goals and eight assists. Didn’t start playing lacrosse until sophomore year but then started all three years. “His athleticism is off the charts,” coach Aram Jeknavorian said. “The hard work has paid off for him.” Co-captain. MVC All-Star as a junior. Will play at Keene State. Two-year starter in football.
Division 1 defensive MVP. Had six goals, 16 assists and 111 ground balls. Second-team All-Division 1 as a sophomore. Three-year starter. 6-2, 205 pounds. Already committed to Merrimack. “Eric has developed into a solid defender with great footwork and the ability to take the ball away from opponents,” coach Joe McCune said. Eagle-Tribune All-Star forward in hockey. Sports editor of school newspaper.
North Andover Senior
Team MVP. Repeat Eagle-Tribune All-Star. All-MVC. All-Scholastic. Netted 78 goals with 33 assists. Scored 65 goals as a junior and 28 as a sophomore. Three-year starter. 6-0, 200 pounds. “He’s got a very high lacrosse IQ and combine that with physical ability and talent and he has great ability,” coach Ryan Connolly said. Will play at Plymouth State. Eagle-Tribune All-Star in hockey.