Holden Anderson, Windham senior face-off/midfield: As a sophomore, Anderson was already one of the stronger face-off specialists in Class A, according to Windham Coach Peter Small, and he is one of the Eagles’ top midfielders. He intends to play next year at Vassar College.

Nic Boudreau, Cape Elizabeth junior midfield: Possessing both speed and strength, Boudreau saw plenty of action as a freshman. He is called “one of the top dodgers” in the state by Cape Coach Ben Raymond. A sharpshooter moving left or right, Boudreau has committed to play at Yale.

Alex Callahan, Scarborough senior defense: A physical, athletic defender at 6-foot-1, 180 pounds, Callahan will direct the defense for a deep team that can contend in Class A. He has committed to play at Seton Hill in Pennsylvania, a nationally ranked NCAA Division II program.

Max Cheever, Portland senior long-stick midfield: A returning two-year starter for the Bulldogs, who reached the Class A North final in 2019, Cheever is a shutdown defender who excels at scooping ground balls and can also contribute offensively.

Paddy Condon, Berwick Academy senior face-off/midfield: Prep school Berwick Academy is playing an MPA schedule this spring. Condon, of South Berwick, is a game-changer at faceoffs and a first-line middie. He will play next year at St. Lawrence, a nationally ranked Division III program.

Jared Fournier, Massabesic senior goalie: First-year coach Ethan Magill believes the Mustangs have the ability to creep above .500 this season. Any improvement will start with Fournier, who averaged nearly 14 saves in the preseason and has committed to play at Norwich.


Charlie Griebel, Camden Hills senior midfield: A captain in hockey and lacrosse, Griebel has been a starter since his freshman season. In 2019, he finished second on the team in scoring with 16 goals and 14 assists and led the Windjammers with 51 ground balls.

Wyatt Kerr, Falmouth senior attack: A starter on attack as a sophomore when he had 25 goals and 31 assists, Kerr is one of several offensive threats returning for Falmouth, the reigning two-time Class A North champions.

Jack Kudas, Kennebunk junior goalie: Regarded as one of the top returning goalies in the state, Kudas averaged 10 saves as a freshman in 2019. A member of the NH Tomahawks club team, he has verbally committed to play at Division I Lafayette.

Archie McEvoy, Cape Elizabeth senior attack: The only sophomore on the 2019 all-Western Maine Conference first team, McEvoy is at the point of Cape’s explosive offense. A dangerous scorer himself, he’s even better at setting up teammates. He will play at Union College, a nationally ranked Division III program.

Harry Millspaugh, Waynflete senior midfield: As a sophomore, Millspaugh scored five goals in a playoff win against Lake Region and a pair in the Flyers’ loss to NYA in the Class C semifinals. He earned honorable mention all-WMC honors in 2019, and figures to be a top threat for first-year head coach Andrew Leach.

Spencer Osgood, Greely junior goalie: The Rangers have lost the past two Class B title games, each by a goal. To get back, they’ll look to Osgood to backbone an athletic but inexperienced team. He made 15 saves in a season-opening 8-5 loss to Yarmouth.

Chas Rohde, North Yarmouth Academy junior midfield: He is described as a “do-it-all type of guy and a lax-first kid,” by Coach Peter Gerrity. Rohde, with his ability to create offense and defend, will be a key for the Panthers as they look to defend their Class C title.

Alex St. John, Thornton Academy junior defense: The only returning starter from the 2019 Class A championship team, St. John has speed, strength and the ability to also be a top scorer. He has made a verbal commitment to play for Division I High Point University.

Jacob Sullivan, Kennebunk senior midfield: As a sophomore, Sullivan showed his speed and shooting ability with a 40-goal regular season. He will play next at Division I power Loyola (Maryland), the 2012 national champion and a tourney team seven times from 2012-19.

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