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2018 All-FCN Lacrosse teams
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Lambert's Gerard Kane attempts a shot against Pope in the semifinals of the Class 6-7A state playoffs on Friday, May 12, 2017. - photo by File photo

Boys

Player of the Year

Kyle Lewis, Lambert, Sr.

Lynchburg College signee filled up stat sheet for state’s best offense, scoring 48 goals and contributing 38 assists.

Coach of the Year

Rich Wehman, Lambert

Wehman’s fourth state title team at Lambert might have been his best: The Longhorns went undefeated and scored double-digit goals while holding their opponent in single digits in every game but one.

All-FCN

A Gerard Kane, Lambert, Jr.

High Point commit had 79 points on the year, scored five goals in state title game.

A Colton Rudd, South Forsyth, Jr.

Hofstra commit had 31 goals, 42 assists.

A Ryan DiFazio, Pinecrest Academy, Jr.

Scored 47 goals, averaged, 5.1 points per game.

M Jonny Divirgilio, Lambert, Sr.

Naval Academy signee had 34 points on the year.

M Ryan Overbay, Lambert, Jr.

St. Joseph’s commit had 30 points, two crucial assists in state semifinal win over Centennial.

M Max Kane, South Forsyth, Jr.

Air Force Academy commit had 51 goals, 29 assists, 53 ground balls.

D Donovan Lilly, Lambert, Sr.

Lynchburg College signee typically covered opponents’ top threat, gathered 56 ground balls.

D James Grohovac, West Forsyth, Sr.

Young Harris signee gathered 104 ground balls.

D Andrew Grohovac, West Forsyth, Jr.

Helped anchor defense that allowed double-digit goals in just two games.

G Drew Hendren, Pinecrest Academy, Jr.

Finished with 59% save percentage, one of the top totals in the state.

FOGO Phil White, Lambert, Sr.

Won 79.5 percent of faceoffs, playing through ankle injury in playoffs.

 

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West Forsyth's Ella Madson attempts a shot against North Forsyth on Thursday, March 8, 2018. - photo by Ben Hendren

Girls

Player of the Year

Molly Dankowski, Pinecrest Academy, Sr.

Mercer signee scored 114 goals with 41 assists and 118 draw controls. Named US Lacrosse high school All-American.

Coach of the Year

Barney Marchand, West Forsyth

In his last year at West before taking helm of Denmark’s boys program, led Wolverines to romp through county ranks, second-round playoff berth.

All-FCN

A Ella Madson, West Forsyth, Jr.

Exceptional athlete – competed for West’s track team as well – scored 91 goals, caused 23 turnovers.

A Cami Merkel, West Forsyth, Fr.

“Orchestrator of the offense” had 50 goals, 41 assists.

A Julianna Chesna, North Forsyth, Sr.

Alabama-Huntsville signee finished career with 144 goals.

M Camryn Klaus, South Forsyth, Sr.

Kennesaw State signee had 51 goals, 21 assists, 63 draw controls.

M Mackenzie Cole, South Forsyth, Sr.

Findlay signee scored 41 goals, gained 33 draw controls.

M Alex Tilkin, Pinecrest Academy, Sr.

Scored 78 goals with 26 assists, 35 draw controls.

M Gabby Divirgilio, Lambert, So.

Scored 31 goals.

M Kate Pulliam, West Forsyth, Jr.

Gathered 24 ground balls, helped team to 65 percent success rate on the draw.

D Makenzie Boisjolie, Lambert, Jr.

Second team All-State honoree caused 13 turnovers, picked up 35 ground balls.

D Savannah Sabol, West Forsyth, So.

Covered opposition’s top player, totaled 21 points and 24 ground balls.

D Charli Fagg, West Forsyth, So.

Forced 11 turnovers, gathered 28 ground balls.

G Kayla Casey, South Forsyth, So.

All-State honoree had 50% save percentage, nine games with 10-plus saves, including 14 vs. Milton.