Section 1 boys lax All-Americans named
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2012 Section 1 All-Americans
Kris Alleyne, Clarkstown South (Senior/G) — Rutgers-bound senior was the biggest reason Clarkstown South had a banner year.
Frank Fusco, Yorktown (Senior/MF) — Drexel-bound senior transitioned to midfield halfway through the season and didn't skip a beat, racking up a team-high 48 goals through 19 games.
Conor Gately, Yorktown (Senior/ATT) — Marquette-bound senior was the quintessential quarterback on offense, racking up an astounding 76 assists and 33 goals through 19 games of the 2012 season.
Jack Grass, Bronxville (Junior/ATT) — Johns Hopkins-bound junior led an explosive Bronxville offense with a team-high 94 points (52G, 42A).
Jack Lambert, John Jay-Cross River (Junior/LSM) — University of North Carolina-bound junior was undoubtedly Section 1's most athletic player, making a serious impact on both ends of the field. Lambert finished the year with eight goals and five assists.
Matt Landis, Pelham (Senior/D) — Notre Dame-bound defenseman was a rare combo of speed and power and leaves Pelham as its most accomplished player in program history.
Kevin McNally, Suffern (Senior/MF) — Albany-bound senior was Rockland County's best offensive player, pacing the Mounties to a 12-5 record.
Chris Monteferante, Lakeland/Panas (Senior/MF) — West Point-bound senior was Section 1's toughest, most versatile player. Monteferante, who finished with 37 goals, did everything from taking faceoffs to playing attack.
Kevin Schurr, Somers (Senior/D) — West Point-bound senior spearheaded the Tuskers' close defense unit with a high lacrosse IQ and sharp stick skills.