Boston Lax AA Game

boston-lax-all-american is proud to release the rosters for our Third Annual STX BostonLax All-American Game to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, which will take place on Tuesday, June 23rd and Harvard University’s Soldiers Field (7 p.m.).

We have put together a list of what we believe to be the cream of the crop of Massachusetts high school lacrosse talent, including honoring all players selected as first-team All-Americans from the MIAA and ISL and additional selections made by staff.

The game is played to benefit Wounded Warrior Project. We will be accepting donations for Wounded Warrior Project at the game, and donations can also be made by check with checks made payable to Generation Lacrosse:

Generation Lacrosse

34 Coffey Street, Unit 2

Dorchester, MA 02122

We will also provide an option to donate online at There will also be a guest speaker from Wounded Warrior Project on hand to give a speech to all of the players prior to the game.

Each player will have a chance to represent their schools by wearing their team’s game uniform during the event. Additionally, STX has donated specially designed helmets for each of our All-Americans to wear in the game.

And now, we proudly present the rosters for the 2015 BostonLax All-American Game:

TEAM WOUNDED WARRIOR (Players will wear your white high school game jersey)

Attack: Larsen Bidstrup, Governor’s Academy, Sr.; Sam Duda, South Hadley, Sr.; Bailey Laidman, Dover-Sherborn, Soph.; Michael McCormack, Mt. Greylock, Sr.; Sam Scarfo, Westfield, Sr.; Jared Ward, St. John’s (Shrewsbury), Sr.; Jack Vail, Franklin, Sr.

Midfield: Charlie Durbin, Belmont Hill, Sr.; J.T. Kelly, Acton-Boxboro, Sr.; George Loring, Nobles, Jr.; John MacLean, Medfield, Jr.; Mike Martens, Algonquin, Jr.; Angus O’Rourke, St. Sebastian’s, Sr.; Matt Sharpe, Duxbury, Sr.; Harlan Smart, Lincoln-Sudbury, Jr.; Max Stukalin, Longmeadow, Jr.

Defense: Ryan Caley, Governor’s Academy, Sr.; Oskar Djusberg, BC High, Jr.; Patrick Foley, St. John’s Prep, Sr.; Joe Gaziano**, Xaverian, Sr.; Jack Lyne, Middlesex, Jr.; Hunter Marston, Duxbury, Sr.; Andrew Song, Roxbury Latin, Soph.; Michael Sullivan, Franklin, Sr.

Goalie: Trevor Scollins, Marshfield, Jr.; Ted Strzetelski, Nobles, Sr.; Michael Toomey, Xaverian, Jr.

**- Selected but unable to play.

TEAM STX (Players will wear your dark colored high school game jersey)

Attack: Joe Buduo, Shrewsbury, Sr.; James Burr, Middlesex, Sr.; Matt Chlastawa, Westfield, Jr.; Grant Gregory, Dover-Sherborn, Sr.; Eric Holden, Lincoln-Sudbury, Jr.; Matt Treiber, Medfield, Sr.

Midfield: Jake Foster, Westboro, Sr.; Jack Gould, Governor’s Academy, Jr.; Cole Kissick, Cohasset, Sr.; Kyle LaForge, Tyngsboro, Soph.; Sean Lowrie**, Roxbury Latin, Sr.; Ryan Pfeffer, Thayer Academy, Sr.; Shane Sullivan, Duxbury, Jr.; Jeff Trainor, Billerica, Sr.; Jack-Henry Vara, Medfield, Jr.

Defense: Matt Hecker, Needham, Sr.; Cam Macri, Governor’s Academy, Soph.; Will Murphy, Medfield, Sr.; Alex Santangelo, Belmont Hill, Sr.; Ben Snow, Rivers, Soph.; Liam Stauss, Duxbury, Sr.;

Goalie: Tyler Canto, Billerica, Jr.; Joshua Kirson, Rivers, Sr.; Jack Santilli, Hingham, Sr.

**- selected but unable to play.

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