Scarborough High forward Matt Caron and Thornton Academy defenseman Walsh Troiani-Gagner were named two of the four finalists for the 2016 Travis Roy Award on Monday.

Bangor High forward Trevor DeLaite and Edward Little defenseman Ben Steele were announced by the Maine Class A Hockey Coaches Association as the other finalists.

The award goes to the top senior among Maine’s Class A boys’ hockey programs. The winner will be announced at the all-state banquet March 13 at the Ramada Inn in Lewiston.

Caron is a four-year starter who led the Red Storm to their first state championship last winter. He will center Scarborough’s top line Tuesday in the South regional final at the Colisee in Lewiston.

Troiani-Gagner was a varsity player his freshman and sophomore years and then played junior hockey last year. He returned to Thornton this season and helped the Trojans bounce back from a 2-16 season to gain a No. 3 seed in the South regional.

DeLaite has been the leading scorer for Bangor’s hockey team the past two seasons. Steele led the Eddies to the No. 3 seed in the North this year.