In his first season with the Cards, Born, a junior, led the team with 14 goals and also had six assists. ... Was a Division 2 first-team all-star, and named league's fourth-best player overall. ... Recorded at least one goal or one assist in 11 of final 14 games, and tallied a point in 13 of 18 contests.
A Division 2 first-team choice, Botzenmayer, a junior, scored 12 goals to go along with eight assists. ... His goal total was good enough for third on the team for the high-powered Cardinals, which averaged over 3 goals per game.
Named a first-team Division 1 selection. ... This junior was second on the league-champion Trojans with 11 goals and six assists. ... Scored a shootout goal in the playoffs against rival Fredonia and also tallied both goals in a 2-1 victory over perennial power Olean.
Hoose, a junior, was a first-team Division 1 choice. ... Was third on the team in scoring with 10 goals and seven assists. ... Opponents attempted to contain him through double and triple teaming because of what coach Mark Sleggs called his "lethal shot."
Jackson was named the Division 2 player of the year after scoring 13 goals and delivering 10 assists. ... The junior's 36 points were a team high for the league-champion Cardinals, and were the second-highest total in all of Division 2.
Johnson, a senior, was chosen to the first-team of Division 3. ... He was second on the Bears with eight goals, but led the squad with 11 assists. ... This is the second straight year in which Johnson was selected to The Post-Journal boys all-star team.
A Division 1 first-team selection, Lang netted a team-high six goals and added one assist for a team-high 13 points. ... Helped Hillbillies reach the Section 6 Class B-2 semifinals, where they lost to Southwestern in penalty kicks, 3-2. ... Lang connected on one of those penalty kicks.
Loverme anchored Trojans' back line and was named the Division 1 defensive player of the year. ... Importance rose substantially following the injury to fellow defenseman Bryan Calimeri. ... Scored lone goal against Falconer and earned the Werner Schmidtfrerick Sportsmanship Award.
Morris, a senior, had 15 goals and 19 assists in 17 games this season. ... Named the second-best player in all of Division 2, Morris was selected to the Division 2 first-team all-stars. ... In the season opener, scored five goals with two assists
Olson, a senior, was named the Division 3 player of the year after scoring a CCAA-high 21 goals. ... Had seven assists. ... Scored both goals, including a header in OT, against I-Prep, to clinch the team's first Section 6 title since 2010. ... Tallied eight of 13 MG goals during four playoff games.
With Richardson in the nets, Maple Grove had eight shutouts in its first 12 games. ... The junior finished with 14 shutouts in 19 games, including a four in a row to end the regular season. ... Helped MG go unbeaten against a pair of the top squads in Division 1, Southwestern and Fredonia.
Saar, a sophomore, was a Division 3 first-team choice. ... Scored two goals, but main contributions were on defense for a team that allowed only nine goals. ... After I-Prep's top scorer tallied moments into the sectional final, Saar took over coverage and held him opportunity-less the rest of the way.