Mitchel Snyder was named the Cap-8 Conference boys’ lacrosse player of the year.
The Broughton senior attacker led the Capitals with 58 goals, 32 assists and 90 points. His 58 goals were third in the conference.
The Caps went undefeated in the league to win the Cap-8 championship, topping Leesville Road and Millbrook.
Synder accumulated the most points in the conference and was joined by four teammates on the first-team list.
Broughton’s Michael Raskevitz won coach of the year. He led the Caps to a 17-1 record, the only loss coming in a stunner to Holly Springs in the second round of N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A playoffs. Broughton was one of the East’s No. 1 seeds.
Enloe’s Rhen Bumgardner was named the offensive player of the year and Leesville Road’s Graham Holmes the defensive player of the year.
Bumgardner, the Eagles’ senior midfielder, led the conference with 66 goals, averaging a team-best five a game.
In the conference’s girls’ lacrosse, which doesn’t name a player or coach of the year, there were seven first-team selections from Broughton. The girls’ team also went undefeated to win the league title, and the Caps fell to Wakefield in the third round of state playoffs.
Among Broughton’s selections were seniors Farrell Guest, the conference’s leading scorer with 62 goals, and Hattie Warner, who scored 52 goals.
Wakefield, which fell to eventual 4A champ Cardinal Gibbons, placed five players on first team.
Among the Wolverines picks was senior Casey Sprague, who led the conference with 44 assists.
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Cap-8 boys’ lacrosse all-conference
Player of the Year: Mitchel Snyder, Broughton
Offensive Player of the Year: Rhen Bumgardner, Enloe
Defensive Player of the Year: Graham Holmes, Leesville Road
Coach of the Year: Michael Raskevitz, Broughton
Assistant Coach of the Year: Frank Pearson, Wakefield
Man of the Year: Lawrence Davis, Sanderson
Faceoff: Davis Sampere, Leesville Road
Attack: Mitchel Snyder, Broughton; Caelan Eckard, Enloe; Eric Fitz, Leesville Road; Kevin
Midfield: Rhen Bumgardner, Enloe; Austin Bell, Broughton; Garrett Patnesky, Millbrook; William Rice, Broughton. Long-stick midfield: Charlie Caulfield, Leesville
Defense: Nate Yando, Leesville; Brendan Sheehan, Wakefield; Edward Huffstetler, Broughton
Goalie: Graham Holmes, Leesville Road; Josh Madey, Millbrook
Faceoff: Garrett Hess, Sanderson
Attack: Van Parker, Broughton; Parker Beebee, Leesville Road; Alec Lademann, Millbrook
Midfield: Joe Cooper, Millbrook; Alex Shearer, Leesville; Ryan Finley, Wakefield. Long-stick midfield: Colby Peterson, Wakefield
Defense: Gabe Braga, Leesville Road; Sam Groce, Wakefield; Joseph Winstead, Broughton
Goalie: Blake Glenn, Heritage
Faceoff: Sam Stine, Broughton
Attack: Justin Mauzy, Sanderson; Cooper McKaskel, Wakefield; Colby Potwin, Heritage
Midfield: Griffin McNamara, Leesville Road; Keelan Seneca, Heritage; Jack Ellis, Sanderson. Long-stick midfield: Davis Willard, Broughton
Defense: Lane Tourtellot, Broughton; Sam Weeks, Millbrook; David Pryor, Enloe
Goalie: Cameron Elliot, Sanderson
Cap-8 girls’ lacrosse all-conference
Farrell Guest, Broughton
Hattie Warner, Broughton
Carol Seigler, Broughton
Marcy Waters, Broughton
Anneka Pace, Broughton
Margaret Ann Warner, Broughton
E.J. Fuller, Broughton
Megan Blawas, Wakefield
Julianne Pretty, Wakefield
Casey Sprague, Wakefield
Hanna Anderson, Wakefield
Jessica Lynch, Wakefield
Dana Forian, Millbrook
Olivia Luckinbill, Millbrook
Natalie Brooks, Millbrook
Maria Codispoti, Leesville Road
Lindsey Batemen, Leesville Road
Caroline Savage, Heritage
Alexa Beaudet, Heritage
Aubrey Nagle, Sanderson
Eliza Hardy, Sanderson
Gabi Tran, Enloe
Emma Isley, Wake Forest
Reed Proctor, Broughton
Samantha Begin, Wakefield
Andee Abrams, Wakefield
Bayley Olson, Millbrook
McCaine Brandt, Millbrook
Anya Johnson, Millbrook
Izzee Akers, Leesville Road
Sara Brooks, Leesville Road
Scottlynd Johnson, Leesville Road
Maggie Clark, Heritage
Camille Howell, Heritage
Sydney Hardy, Sanderson
Maryssa Almasy, Enloe
Katie Nguyen, Rolesville