All-Observer Boys Lacrosse
Attack: Nick Sawyer, Charlotte Catholic, Sr. All-American, all-state pick had 45 goals, 21 assists, now heads to Loyola (MD).
Attack: Mitch Russell, Fort Mill, Jr. Duke signee took Yellow Jackets to AAAA state runner-up finish.
Attack: Steve Onak, Providence Day, Sr. Siena signee was an all-state pick again for state runner-up Chargers.
Attack: Will Donohue, Charlotte Latin, Sr. All-state attacker finished 6th all-time in Latin scoring, including 122 career goals, 31 of which came this season, Dennison commit.
Attack: Jonah Moore, Marvin Ridge, Jr. and Reid Foley, Myers Park, Sr. Moore was all-state pick with 46 goals, 44 assists, Furman commit; Foley, an Air Force signee 42 goals for Mustangs.
Mid: Connor Flynn, Charlotte Catholic, Sr. All-American had 28 goals, 26 assist to lead Cougars.
Mid: Mike Hart, Hough, Sr. SUNY Cortland signee had team-best 59 goals this season.
Mid: Drew Ortiz, Myers Park, Sr.. Mustangs senior also plays attack, but can be effective (51 goals, 34 assists) all over the field, High Point signee.
Mid: Zach Martin, Marvin Ridge, Jr. Mercer signee was 1st-team, all-West Region pick
Mid: Shane Gottberg, Lake Norman, Jr. All-state midfielder won 75 percent of his faceoffs.
Mid: Carson Song, Charlotte Latin, Soph. All-state pick had 60 assists and 42 goals, including the state championship game winner, also first Latin player to score over 100 points in a season.
LSM: Brendon McCarthy, Lake Norman, Jr. All-state pick with long stick for Wildcats.
Defender: Kyle Gradert, Lake Norman, Sr. All-state shutdown defender a big key to Wildcats state runner-up finish.
Defender: Ryan Beltrondo, Charlotte Catholic, Jr. Cougars lockdown defender earned all-state honors.
Defender: Jake Chandler, Providence Day, Jr. All-state pick the key to Charger defense, Bryant College commit.
Defender: Jason Moore, Marvin Ridge, Jr. and Ian Radcliff, Lake Norman, Sr.. Both players took home all-state honors for their defensive prowess, Moore committed to Furman..
Goalkeeper: Reilly McDermott, Marvin Ridge, Jr. All-state goalkeeper also Conference 12 player of the year, saved 67 percent of shots on goal, Furman commit.
Goalkeeper: Mitch Renfrow, Providence Day, Jr. Air Force commit was all-state pick.
Attack: Bryan Kos, Lake Norman, Sr.; Attack: Connor Pool, Charlotte Catholic, Jr.; Attack: Stephen Wierzbicki, Weddington, Sr.; Attack: Josh Ford, Lake Norman Charter, Sr. and Petey Fabian, Lake Norman Charter, Jr.; Attack: Brendan Friss, Mooresville, Sr. and Michael Bates, Ardrey Kell, Sr.; Mid: Tony Asher, Providence Day, Sr.; Mid: Jonathan Henry, Providence Day, Sr.; Mid: Matt Kos, Lake Norman, Sr.; Mid: Jake Priester, Charlotte Catholic, So.; Mid: Paul Anderson, Cannon, Sr. and Thomas Grove, Ardrey Kell, Sr.; LSM: Danny OToole, Weddington, Sr.; Defender: Peyton Swancy, Charlotte Catholic, Sr.; Defender: Randon Hassell, Lake Norman Charter, Sr.; Defender: Griffin Ballard, Ardrey Kell, So. and Drew Thompson, Providence, Sr.; Defender: Carter Sheridan, Charlotte Latin, Jr.; Goalkeeper: Michael Clark, Lake Norman Charter, Jr. and Tim Brady, Providence, Jr.
All-Observer boys lacrosse player of the year: Connor Flynn, Charlotte Catholic
All-Observer boys lacrosse coach of the year: Dick Sipperly, Charlotte Latin
All-Observer Regional boys lacrosse player of the year: Kyle Gradert, Lake Norman
All-Observer Regional boys lacrosse coach of the year: James Brugger, Lake Norman
All-Mecklenburg boys lacrosse player of the year: Connor Flynn, Charlotte Catholic
All-Observer Regional boys lacrosse coach of the year: Dick Sipperly, Charlotte Latin
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