All - County Boys Lacrosse

Harford

June 10, 2005|By Jeff Seidel

Player of the Year

Steve Bosse, Fallston

Bosse was one of the main reasons that Fallston won the county title and advanced to the regional final, where the Cougars fell for the second straight year to eventual state champion Centennial.

Bosse could score as well as pass, as his 49 goals and 40 assists attest. He repeatedly zipped passes through double-teams to open teammates.

FOR THE RECORD - In yesterday's Spring All-Metro and All-County high school sports section, the first-team boys lacrosse goalie in Harford County should have been listed as Brandon MacKnew.

He's headed to CCBC-Essex.

Coach of the Year

Jason Alford, Havre de Grace

Alford helped turn the Warriors' program around, going from a 1-14 season last year to 10-7 and a berth in the regional final.

Havre de Grace had never won a playoff game in school history before winning twice in the Class 2A-1A North playoffs.

The Warriors stumbled at the start, but they eventually hit their stride and went on an eight-game winning streak.

First team

Name School Cl Pos

Steve Bosse Fallston Sr. A

Alex Pfau Bel Air Sr. A

Dean Thrasher North Harford Sr. A

Brandon Fisher Fallston Sr. M

Ross Novak Fallston Sr. M

Ryan Smith Fallston Sr. M

Kevin Goedeke Fallston Sr. D

Dan Hinder John Carroll Sr. D

Pat Milchling Fallston Sr. D

Harrison Rigdon North Harford Sr. D

Greg Boyle John Carroll Sr. G

Brandon McKnow Bel Air Jr. G

Second team

Name School Cl Pos

Addison Baumgartner North Harford Sr. A

Brett Leppert John Carroll Sr. A

Luke Raab Fallston Fr. A

Louie Boyle Bel Air Jr. M

Dane Frank John Carroll Sr. M

Mark Parks North Harford Jr. M

Christian Schaefer Havre de Grace Jr. M

Andrew Wagner C.M. Wright Sr. M

Jamie Greenwood Fallston Sr. D

Mike Tagliafari John Carroll Sr. D

Grant Steelman Havre de Grace Fr. G

Anthony Zmoda C.M. Wright Sr. G

Note: Teams selected by Jeff Seidel after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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