Noah Austin, Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse junior forward: With 44 points (25 goals, 19 assists), Austin led Class A North in scoring while notching his 100th career point in the Eagles’ last game. He played a key role in helping Mt. Ararat win seven of its last nine after a 2-7 start.

Chandler Bilodeau, Thornton Academy senior forward: A Travis Roy Award semifinalist, Bilodeau scored 37 points (20 goals, 17 assists) for the Golden Trojans (12-8), including a hat trick in their 6-3 Class A South quarterfinal victory over Portland/Deering.

Ryan Bossie, Lewiston senior defenseman: The Travis Roy Award finalist anchored a defense that allowed just 31 goals in 21 games. Bossie also contributed 18 points and has been on three straight Class A state championship teams.

Jacob Dubay, Old Town/Orono senior forward: Dubay scored 52 points (22 goals, 30 assists) to lead the Black Bears (20-1) to the Class B championship, as they became the first co-operative team to win a title.

Marcus Dunn, Hampden Academy senior forward: The KVAC Class B Player of the Year scored 59 points (38 goals, 21 assists) – the most of any Class B player. Along with sophomore Cooper Leland (29 goals, 27 assists), Dunn helped lead the Broncos (13-7) to the North semifinals.

Gaston Fuksa, St. Dominic junior goalie: An exchange student from the Czech Republic, Fuksa had a .940 save percentage, posted five shutouts and allowed just 36 goals as he led a young squad to the Class A North final.

Mike Hatch, Cheverus senior defenseman: The Travis Roy Award finalist anchored a defense that allowed fewer than two goals a game. He helped lead the Stags (14-5-1) to the Class A South final for the second straight year.

Theo Hembre, Falmouth senior forward: The Travis Roy Award winner led Class A with 46 points (27 goals, 19 assists) during the regular season and added an assist for the Yachtsmen (12-6-1) in their lone playoff game – a loss to eventual South champion Biddeford.

Jake MacDonald, Greely sophomore forward: The Class B South forward of the year scored four game-winning goals, including one in the South final, and finished with 52 points (33 goals, 19 assists). He scored five of the Rangers’ nine postseason goals.

Logan Magnant, Biddeford senior forward: Magnant totaled 38 points (14 goals, 24 assists) to help lead the Tigers (15-7) to the Class A state final, where he scored their only goal in a 2-1 loss to Lewiston. He and Nick McSorley (21 goals, 18 assists) made a dangerous scoring combo.

Alex Robert, Lewiston junior forward: The KVAC Class A and Telegram’s Player of the Year led the powerhouse squad in scoring. Robert totaled 45 points (17 goals, 28 assists), including a goal in the Blue Devils’ 2-1 state final win over Biddeford for their third straight title.

Donato Tocci, Portland/Deering junior defenseman: An offensive-minded defenseman, Tocci contributed 19 points (eight goals, 11 assists) for the fourth-seeded Bulldogs (8-9-2) – the second-most on the team behind only senior forward and Travis Roy finalist Cam King (nine goals, 11 assists).

COACH OF THE YEAR

Jason Tremblay, Biddeford: Tremblay’s squad came up a goal short of dethroning now three-time defending Class A champion Lewiston. But before falling to the Blue Devils 2-1 in the state final, the third-seeded Tigers (15-7) pulled off some incredible postseason wins, including overtime victories in the South semifinals and final.