Player of the Year
Gov. Thomas Johnson’s Matt Bloom lead the Patriots to the county’s regular season title.
Coach of the Year
Guided Lions to finest season in recent memory as team barely qualified for postseason, but ended up winning Monocacy Valley Conference and advancing to the state semifinals.
MattBloomGov. Thomas Johnson
SeniorForwardFirst team all-state selection recorded 42 points (17 goals, 25 assists) to lead Patriots.
SophomoreGoalieThe unquestioned leader between the pipes recorded a 7-0 record with a 2.67 goals against average to pace the fledgling program.
SeniorDefenseHawks’ first team all-state blue liner also made significant offensive contributions with 32 points (13 goals, 19 assists).
JuniorForwardDynamic offensive threat became more of a two-way forward that carried his team during playoffs (13 goals, 19 assists).
JuniorForwardCaptain paced the Bears offense with 26 goals and was second on team with 10 assists.
SophomoreDefenseBears’ top blue liner was consistent on both ends of the ice; recorded 21 points (11 goals, 10 assists).
SeniorDefenseTransitioned for forward and rarely left the ice.
Gov. Thomas Johnson
SeniorForwardForty points (19 goals, 21 assists).
Recorded 9-4-2 mark and 3.34 goals against average.
Nick Larson Gov. Thomas Johnson
SeniorForwardPart of Patriots big three with 24 goals, 14 assists.
Ian Patrican Urbana
SeniorDefenseWas half of county’s top blue line pair.
Paced Hawks with 18 goals.