Grant Abrams, Providence Day
Abrams was a four-year starter for the Chargers and helped ignite a run to the NCISAA title game. The all-state long stick midfielder locked down the opposing team’s best player for the Chargers and was the instrumental in a defense that allowed just eight points per game.
Cade Caggiano, Ardrey Kell
Half of a sensational freshman tandem, Caggiano burst onto the scene for the Knights this year. He scored 73 goals which according to Maxpreps.com is 38th in the nation and the third-most by a freshman this year. Caggiano also dished out 33 assists for the 16-5 Knights.
Cole Clough, Charlotte Latin
The all-conference senior was a standout attacker for the Hawks, helping them to another fine season. Clough scored 28 goals and was a wizard with the stick as he piled up 55 ground balls and added 21 assists on the year.
TJ Cusick, Butler
The senior dominated the ball all season long. The Matthews-Mint HIll Weekly Player of the Year was an all-conference selection after winning 254 of 334 faceoffs, which amounted to a 76 win percentage. Cusick also scored 18 goals and added 165 ground balls and 15 assists.
Will Filiault, Providence Day
The two-time all-state midfielder helped fuel Chargers run to NCISAA title game. The Jacksonville commit was an all-American after a standout season during which the South Charlotte Weekly Player of the Year had 37 goals, 22 assists and played a crucial role in the Charger defense.
Ryan Heffes, Providence Day, all-state
Heffes earned all-state honors while helping the Chargers march all the way to the NCISAA championship game. This season the senior was fantastic, scoring 20 goals but also piling up a CISAA-high 51 assists, which ranked 33rd in the country according to Maxprep.com, and collecting 33 ground balls.
Collin Hoben, Charlotte Latin
Hoben had a tremendous season for the Hawks, earning himself all-conference and all-state honors for his work in the midfield and on faceoffs, where he shined brightly. The junior is a High Point commit and this season won 216 faceoffs at a 76 percent success rate.
Michael Horgan, Charlotte Catholic
The all-conference defender was great at locking down the back of the Catholic line. The Washington and Lee commit made the Cougars transition to Conference 14 a smooth one and caught the admiration of many opposing coaches for his strong play.
Andrew Kelly, Myers Park
The Mustangs went unbeaten in conference play and 13-5 overall behind an offense that averaged 12 goals per game. Look no further than Kelly as the reason why as the Army commit proved to be one of the state’s top attackers and playmakers.
Jackson Price, Ardrey Kell
Price is the second half of the Knights brilliant freshman pair. Price scored 59 goals, the fourth-highest total from a freshman this season according to Maxpreps.com, and piled up 43 assists, which was the second-most for a freshman this season, as he topped 100 points in his sensational debut.
Brad Thompson, Charlotte Catholic.
Thompson spearheaded a very good Cougar offensive attack. The Rutgers commit was just as dangerous leading the break, making the key pass or beating the goalkeeper himself and was the key to an offense that put up 12 goals per game.
Aidan Byrne, Charlotte Catholic; Jack Callahan, Providence; Mark Chatt, Butler; Patrick Collins, Charlotte Catholic; Jack Dickinson, Charlotte Catholic; Thomas Gelorme, Providence Day; Blake Haas, South Meck; Kenny Keefner, Ardrey Kell; William Lohoff-Gaida, Charlotte Christian; Charlie Orndorff, Charlotte Latin