Jon Blaisdell, Scarborough, senior attack: Scored 31 goals and had a team-high 29 assists to help the Red Storm win their fourth Class A state title in six seasons

Chris Burke, Waynflete, senior attack-midfield: Scored a team-high 50 goals, had 20 assists and scooped up 70 ground balls.

Ryan Jurgelevich, Portland, senior goalie: Named to the SMAA’s all-star team after helping the Bulldogs win the Eastern Class A title.

Tim Lavallee, Cape Elizabeth, senior middie: Scored 25 goals and had a team-high 32 assists while picking up 89 ground balls for the Capers.

Brett Levasseur, Thornton Academy, senior goalie: Compiled a 5.5 goals-against average and a 67 save percentage to lead the Trojans to the Western Class A final.

Alexander Paulus, Morse, junior attack: Named to the KVAC’s first team after posting 20 goals and 19 assists for the Shipbuilders.

Karl Rickett, Deering, senior long-stick middie: Picked up 80 ground balls and won 77 percent of his faceoffs to help the Rams advance to the Eastern Class A final for the first time.

Mike Ryan, Falmouth, senior defense: Scooped up 102 ground balls, including 21 in tournament play, to help the Yachtsmen capture their first Class B state championship.

Mike Salvatore, South Portland, senior middie: Scored a dozen goals and scooped up 75 ground balls last season for the Riots.

Mitch Tapley, Falmouth, senior attack: Scored a team-high 42 goals and had 33 assists to help the Yachtsmen capture their first Class B state title.

Alex Sturtevant, Freeport, senior goalie: Stopped 67 percent of the shots on goal last year in his third season in goal for the Falcons.

Sam Torres, Yarmouth, senior middie: A three-year starter, his work ethic and leadership will provide the key to the Clippers’ success.

Colie Walsh, Cheverus, senior defense: Remains a threat in transition while anchoring the defense for the fourth season.

John Wheeler, Scarborough, junior attack: Compiled a team-high 76 points, including 48 goals, to lead the Red Storm in scoring for the second consecutive season.

Paul Witte, Greely, senior attack: Scored 16 goals and had a team-high 36 assists last spring for the Rangers.

— Paul Betit