Matthew Civitella, Malvern Prep (Pa.)
The senior scored two goals, including the game-winner in double overtime to give Malvern Prep a 9-8 win over Haverford School (Pa.) in the Inter-Ac championship.
The Richmond commit scored a goal and an assist in the semifinals against Episcopal Academy (Pa.) to help his team to a 10-8 win.
The win is the Friars second-straight Inter-Ac title - in only two for the tournament format the league moved to last year.
Malvern Prep ends the season with 11 straight wins and avenges a regular season loss to Haverford School.
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Conner Covey, Westminster (Md.)
Covey led Westminster with five goals and an assist in a 9-6 Class 3A state championship victory over Northern-Calvert (Md.). Covey also dished out one assist in the win.
Ryan Culp, Cardinal O’Hara (Pa.)
Culp won 29-of-32 face-offs, dished out two assists and scored a goal as O’Hara defeated Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) 15-14 in overtime in the District 12 AA championship.
Mike Doyle, Mars (Pa.)
Doyle scored 12 goals in a 20-5 win over Freeport (Pa.) in the WPIAL Class 2A semifinal. Doyle surpassed 100 goals on the season with his performance, which is the most in program history. Doyle enters the championship game with 150 points (100g, 50a).
Connor Durkin, Jamesville-DeWitt (N.Y.)
The junior scored five goals to lead the Red Rams to a 12-9 win over Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.) in the Section III Class C final. The title win is Jamesville’s 10th sectional title in the last 11 years.
Kevin Dyke, Patterson Mill (Md.)
Dyke set a Maryland Class 1A championship record with eight goals in a 14-3 win over Sparrows Point (Md.) to help his team win its second-straight title. He passed Andrew Schwartzman from Pikesville (Md.) who scored seven goals in the 2001 Class 1A championship.
Andrew Giovinco, Syosset (N.Y.)
Giovinco dished out three assists and scored a goal, accounting for half his team’s scoring in an 8-6 win over Farmingdale (N.Y.) in the Nassau County Class A semifinal.
Michael Harmeyer, Severna Park (Md.)
The junior scored four goals to lead the Falcons to their fourth-straight state championship with a 9-6 win over Howard (Md.). The Virginia commit scored 99 goals this season for the 19-1 Falcons.
Evan James, Dublin Coffman (Ohio)
James helped Dublin Coffman defeat Dublin Jerome (Ohio) 20-11 in the Divison I Region Final and advance his team to the state Final Four. James scored eight points on five goals and three assists en route to becoming the program’s all-time leading scorer. James has 286 points, which passed Cam Bowdy (140g, 138a) for No. 1 on the Shamrocks all-time list.
Noah Reidy, St. Xavier (Ohio)
Reidy came off the bench to score three of the Bombers final five goals, including the game-winning goal in an 11-10 victory Archbishop Moeller (Ohio). The junior scored his final goal of the game with less than four minutes remaining to send his team to the Final Four.
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