With six teams remaining which will vie for three state championships on Saturday, we’re taking a look at our Mr. Lacrosse award today, announcing our five finalists.
The recipient of the fourth annual Mr. Lacrosse award, presented to the top overall player in MIAA lacrosse, will be announced on Thursday, June 19.
Without further ado, the five candidates are, in alphabetical order:
Hunter Arnold, Sr. A, Acton-Boxborough: Arnold was named an Eastern. Mass All-American this year for the Division 1 North champion Colonials. The Keene State-bound attack stands among the leading scorers in the state this season with 65 goals and 40 assists.
Jay Drapeau, Sr. A, Westford Academy - Drapeau is a two-time ESPN Boston All-State selection, two-time Eastern Mass. All-American and also is a finalist for the Mr. Lacrosse award for a second straight year. The Loyola commit was again among the state’s scoring leaders with 86 goals and 56 assists.
Nick Marrocco, Sr. G, Duxbury – In his two years as starter in the Division 1 finalist Dragons’ cage, Marrocco has earned just about every honor there is to be had. An ESPN Boston All-State selection last year, this is the Georgetown commit’s second season as a Mr. Lacrosse finalist
John Sexton, Sr. LSM/D, Lincoln-Sudbury – Already a two-time ESPN Boston All-State selection, this is Sexton’s second straight year as a Mr. Lacrosse finalist. The Notre Dame commit is also a two-time Eastern Mass. All-American.
Robert Trieber, Sr. G, Medfield – The two-time Eastern Mass. All-American has led the Warriors to the Division 2 state title game. A Tufts commit, Treiber was an honorable mention ESPN Boston All-State selection last year.