The ever-dangerous Brown recruit, who is likely to let a shot go from anywhere on the field, didn't miss the frame often. He scored 31 times and assisted on seven other goals.
The senior's speed made him hard to stop. He scored 14 goals and added nine assists.
A downright playmaker, the senior scored 25 goals and added 15 assists. With four goals and three assists in the postseason, he helped his team to the District 1 Class AAA and PIAA state semifinals.
The Villanova-bound senior was a big presence in the midfield for the Fords on both sides of the ball. Always solid at each end, he had four goals and five assists.
The senior proved to be a workhorse for the Patriots, whether it was igniting the attack or thwarting the opposition on defense. He finished with four goals and 12 assists.
They don't make defenders any better than the Villanova-bound senior. The cool and dependable four-year starter only got better for the Fords, who earned 14 shutouts against some of the stiffest competition in the country.
His organization of the back line and strength in the air helped Judge register 14 shutouts and allow only seven goals over six games.
The tough-to-beat senior was a key cog for a stingy defense that allowed more than one goal only once all season - an impressive feat for a team that plays a difficult schedule.
The senior made 59 saves on 67 shots, recording 13 shutouts, and his play between the pipes helped lead the Cahillites to thir first Catholic League championship since 1997.