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2017 All-Western New York boys lacrosse team

Pos. Name School Grade Fast Fact

A Joe Cooley Canisius 12   Averaged more than two goals per game for the Crusaders. Joe also played hockey for the Crusaders.

A Jason Chiodo Hamburg 12   His coach calls him the best offensive athlete in WNY. No wonder he's a repeater on this team.

A Pat Sullivan Orchard Park 12   Senior captain had 42 goals and 25 assists this season. Pat will play at Mercyhurst next spring.

A Kellen Pulera St. Joe's 10   The only sophomore on the squad, Kellen also played on the Marauders' championship hockey team.

M Owen Hill Akron 11   Finished with 61 goals and 69 assists for the season; he had eight points in win over Penn Yan.

M Jacob Cotter Medina 12   The school's all-time leading scorer is first Mustang lacrosse player to earn a D1 scholarship.

M Brandon Sveda Niagara-Wheatfield 12   Teamed with Nate Maloney, Prep Talk bowler of the year, for a great 1-2 scoring combination.

M Mitch Streety Orchard Park 12   Mitch was money in the bank on faceoffs, winning about 75 percent. He's off to Roberts Wesleyan.

Tom Borrelli Memorial Awards

M Jack Lalley St. Joe's 12   Had spectacular senior year, winning state title with hockey team and MMAA lax crown with Marauders.

D Jake Lutz Canisius 12   Jake has played sports since age five. He will take his talents east to play for Le Moyne.

D Brett Naylor Clarence 12   Brett is 6-foot-4 and was a three-sport athlete for Red Devils. He led team with 116 ground balls.

D Jacob Smeader Hamburg 12   If you like your defensemen to be rugged, Jacob finished fifth in state in wrestling this season.

D Josh Dahl Orchard Park 12   The three-year starter was the heart of the Quakers' defense, calling out signals as team captain.

D CJ Goss St. Joe's 11   Team captain was named the top defender in the Msgr. Martin Athletic Association this past season.

G Ben Mazur Lancaster 11   The junior already has committed to Canisius College. Junior finished with a .631 save percentage.

St. Joe's showed resilience in rebounding to win MMAA lax title

2017 boys lacrosse honor roll

#PrepTalkAlumni in NCAA Division I men's lacrosse

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