Conference 5 boys lacrosse all-conference team

05/30/2014 3:32 PM

02/15/2015 11:24 AM

East Chapel Hill’s Ian Levin took home the top honor as Conference 5 boys lacrosse player of the year, as voted on by league coaches.

The Wildcats won Conference 5 thanks in part to Levin’s 66 goals and 48 assists.

Conference 5 combines the four PAC-6 4A Conference schools who play boys lacrosse with Carrboro (the only Mid-State 2A team with a team) and Roxboro Community (the only North Central 1A team).

First team

Player of the Year: Ian Levin (East Chapel Hill)

Goalie: Keegan Barnes (Jordan).

Long Stick Midfielders: Ellis Llewelyn (East Chapel Hill); Callum Cordell (Carrboro).

Attackmen: Ian Levin (East Chapel Hill); Owen Perrien (Jordan); CJ Carpenter (Riverside); Henry Rosemond (Northern).

Defenders: Sam Helwig (Jordan); Daniel Wittekind (East Chapel Hill); Chris Joseph (Carrboro); Phillip Jones (Riverside); David Oakley (Roxboro Community).

Midfielders: Jesse Melton (Jordan); Chris Cox (East Chapel Hill); Jack Newall (Carrboro); Joseph O’Keeffe (Riverside); Robert Barron (Northern); Dustin Taylor (Roxboro Community School); Christian Aguilera (Jordan).

Honorable mention

Goalies: Vance Perkins (East Chapel Hill); Justin Tedder (Riverside).

Long stick midfielders: Weston Womack (Roxboro Community); Danny Brossart (Riverside).

Attackmen: Will Cordes (Carrboro); Drew Monroe (East Chapel Hill); Nick Allen (Roxboro Community).

Defenders: Aidan Marron (Jordan); Billy Morgenlander (Jordan); Jordan Steinberg (East Chapel Hill).

Midfielders: Kurtis Anthony (Northern); Jackson Overbeck (Carrboro); Steele Lloyd (East Chapel Hill); Alan Liu (East Chapel Hill); Collin MacClennan (East Chapel Hill).

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