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Congratulations to all the 413 Western Mass and All American selections
Chase Beauchamp, Minnechaug, sophomore – Good creator who could also put the ball in the net when needed. Led the team with 45 points on 22 goals and 23 assists. Had a point on four of eight Minnechaug goals in 8-7 regular season win over eventual Central/West champion Shrewsbury. All-Valley Wheel selection.
Matt Chlastawa, Westfield, sophomore – Great on attack through the entire season, but really came once the postseason started. Scored five goals including the game-winner in 9-8 upset at Longmeadow in the tournament semifinals. 49 goals, 42 assists for 91 points made him the fifth-leading scorer in Western Mass. All-Valley Wheel selection.
Will Lukas, Longmeadow, sophomore – Second only to Mount Greylock’s Michael McCormack in points with 103, and his 67 assists led all of Western Mass. Great field awareness, smart player with a knack for finding teammates in space. Posted 148 career points in two varsity seasons. All-Valley Wheel selection.
Jack McIntyre, East Longmeadow, senior –Put together another 40-goal season and was a reliable source of offense for a team that struggled to score at times. Surpassed the 100-goal mark for his career, finishing with 111 and 80 assists for 191 career points. All-Valley League selection. First team Division III All-Western Mass. in hockey.
Sam Scarfo, Westfield, junior – Great scorer and possibly a better distributor. Third overall in Western Mass. with 97 points (52 goals, 45 assists). Nearly willed Bombers to victory in tournament final against Shrewsbury with four goals and an assist in overtime loss. All-Valley Wheel selection.
Sam Christman, Minnechaug, sophomore –Scored 29 goals with 10 assists for 39 points. He and fellow sophomore Chase Beauchamp create a great attacking duo for the future. Scored six goals in 16-14 loss to South Hadley April 17. Second team Division II All-Scholastic for football, where he plays defensive back.
T.J. Fitzell, South Hadley, senior – Great face-off man and the general of the team in the midfield. Scored 86 total points (46 goals, 40 assists) to bring his career total to 190. All-American selection. All-Valley Wheel selection. First team Division IV All-Scholastic for football, where he played running back. First team Division II All-Western Mass. for basketball.
Drew Kelleher, Longmeadow, senior – The best face-off man in the region never got a break after winning the ball at the X. Instead, he joined the attack, scoring 73 goals to lead the team. MassLive’s boys lacrosse player of the year. All-American selection. All-Valley Wheel selection. First team Division III All-Western Mass. in hockey. Will continue lacrosse career at Amherst College.
Drew Rossman, West Springfield, junior – His 40 goals represented 42 percent of the team’s total offensive output this season. Despite being the focal point for every defensive opponent, still racked up 59 points, giving him 123 for his career. All-Valley League selection. Second team Division III All-Western Mass. in hockey.
Sam Bianco, Minnechaug, senior – Part of a big, physical defensive unit that made attacking players extremely uncomfortable and shut down space in front of goal. Falcons defense held its first five opponents to five goals or fewer on the way to a hot 5-0 start. Committed to the University of Hartford for lacrosse.
Jake Cupak, Westfield, junior – Moves very well from side-to-side in his crease for a player his size. Made 242 saves on the season and started a number of offensive opportunities himself by finding attacking players or midfielder with long passes from the net. All-American selection. All-Valley Wheel selection.
Matt Draymore, Longmeadow, senior – Does not get the credit he probably deserves for his ability in net because of the strength of the defense in front of him. Great reflexes and quickness. Made 121 saves on the season, including 11 in regular season win over St. John’s-Shrewsbury. All-Valley Wheel selection.
413 Lacrosse would like to Congratulate our standout players on their College Commitments: T.J Fitzell (Sacred Heart Univ.)
Sam Bianco (Univ. of Hartford)
Drew Kelleher (Amherst College)
Nick Crews (Providence College)
Zach Lukas (Renesselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Brady Neyland (Umass Lowell)
Mike Guerin will be graduating High School in 2016 but has verbally committed to the University of North Carolina