Conference 4 all-conference boys lacrosse team

Posted on June 9, 2014 

Leesville Road edged Broughton for the Conference 4 boys lacrosse title this year led by Defensive Player of the Year Ryan Moreno and Coach of the Year Jeremy Fullbright. Wakefield’s Marcus Abrams was named Offensive Player of the Year and Matt DiRocco was named Assistant Coach of the Year.

First team

Attack: Zach Burgess, Broughton; Carter Durling, Millbrook; Drew Ferrell, Leesville Road

Face-off: Davis Sampere, Leesville Road

Midfield: Cody Close, Leesville Road; Walker Rice, Broughton; Trey Sterling, Millbrook

Long stick midfield: Zach Irwin, Heritage

Defense: Harrison Clayton, Millbrook; Hayden Lovett, Broughton; Jonathon Tine, Wakefield

Goalie: Luke Tine, Wakefield

Second team

Attack: Josiah Carr, Millbrook; Tanner Hudson, Enloe; Davis Weaver, Broughton

Face-off: Drew Hinton, Broughton

Midfield: Kendrick Ballard, Heritage; Troy Jones, Broughton; Mitchell Snyder, Broughton

Long stick midfield: David Pryor, Enloe

Defense: Conner Boneham, Leesville Road; Justin Magin, Enloe; Joey Moore, Broughton

Goalie: Graham Holmes, Leesville Road

Honorable mention

Broughton: Austen Bell, Max Hardin, Paxton Massarelli

Enloe: Caelan Eckard, Dan Izatt

Garner: Michael Mason

Heritage: Adam Kayarian, Ryan Varner

Leesville Road: C.J. Cox, Peter Marino, Griffin McNamara, Conner New, Ethan O'Neal

Millbrook: Anthony Florian, Clay Million

Sanderson: Jake Morris

Wakefield: Logan Goss, Jackson Hudson, Casey McKaskel

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