Fan Poll: Which Long Island HS Attackman named Top 100 Players on the island by Newsday Deserves Attackman of the Year? Newsday publishes this once a year for both the boys and girls so we want to hear from the fans on who they think is the top Attackman!

Which Attackman Named Top 100 HS Boys Lacrosse Players on LI by Newsday Deserves Attackman of the Year?
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Brandon Berozi,, Commack, | A |, Jr.: The three-year varsity starter netted 28 goals with 17 assists last season. The Binghamton commit has 80 career points so far. (1%, 3 Votes)
Charlie Cavalieri, Middle Country | A | Sr.: The Stony Brook commit scored 36 goals with 30 assists last season. (1%, 3 Votes)
Gavin Creo, Chaminade | A | Sr.: The Richmond commit finished fifth among last season’s private school scoring leaders with 36 goals and 26 assists. (1%, 3 Votes)
Ethan Dalland Commack | A | Jr.: The Army commit scored 21 goals with 12 assists in his second year as a varsity starter last season. He has 76 career points. (0%, 1 Votes)
Owen Duffy, St. Anthony’s | A | Sr.: St. Anthony’s top-returning scorer netted 40 goals with 29 assists last season. The North Carolina commit scored multiple goals in 12 games last spring . (8%, 25 Votes)
Ronan Fitzpatrick, Sayville | A | Sr.: The Towson commit scored 33 goals and added 20 assists last spring. (0%, 1 Votes)
Aidan Garvey, New Hyde Park | A | Jr.: Garvey had 45 goals and 31 assists last season. His ability to make defenders miss while also keeping his head on a swivel impressed HC Michael Milio. (1%, 2 Votes)
Alex Gatto, Roslyn | A | Sr.: The Michigan commit scored 78 points on 36 goals and 42 assists last spring. (0%, 0 Votes)
Ryan Goodman, Hewlett | A | Sr.: Goodman scored 57 points on 31 goals and 26 assists while scooping up 62 ground balls last season. He is committed to Quinnipiac. (1%, 2 Votes)
Alec Gregorek, Shoreham-Wading River | A |Sr.: Only Joey Spallina scored more goals than Gregroek in Suffolk last season when the Navy commit led Shoreham-Wading River with 66 goals and 26 assists. (2%, 5 Votes)
Liam Kershis, Shoreham-Wading River | A | Jr.: One of Suffolk's top returning scorers Kershis scored 82 points on 42 goals and 40 assists last spring. He is committed to Duke. (1%, 4 Votes)
Lucas Laforge, Mount Sinai | A | Jr.: The lefty attacker scored 53 goals with 13 assists as a sophomore. The Michigan commit will play a big part in running the Mustangs’ offense this spring. (1%, 3 Votes)
Ryan Landolphi, Chaminade | A | Sr.: Landolphi tallied 21 goals and eight assists for the Flyers. He is committed to Navy. (0%, 1 Votes)
Jake Lewis, Calhoun | A | Sr.: Lewis paced the offense with 4.6 points per game as Calhoun reached the county final for the first time since 1987 last season . (14%, 44 Votes)
Morgan McEntee, Westhampton Beach | A | Sr.: The LIU-bound attack netted 39 goals and added 10 assists last season. He is the team’s only returning starter at the position. (0%, 1 Votes)
Luke Meyer, Port Washington | A | Sr.: The 6-2 attacker enters his third year on varsity after a 30-goal 22-assist junior season. He is committed to Richmond. (0%, 1 Votes)
Michael Micena,, Eastport-South Manor | A | Sr.: Micena netted 33 goals with 23 assists last spring. He is committed to Siena. (0%, 1 Votes)
Caden Morra, Plainedge | A | Sr.: The Cortland-bound attacker had 37 goals and 19 assists last season. (1%, 2 Votes)
Ben Morris, Bayport-Blue Point | A | Jr.: Morris was a dominant scorer as a sophomore tallying 41 goals. He also added 17 assists. (4%, 13 Votes)
Dylan Ruland, Patchogue-Medford | A | Sr.: The Pace-bound attacker showed off a number of strengths last season totaling 28 goals 24 assists and 25 ground balls. (46%, 143 Votes)
Alex Siegel, Roslyn | A | Sr.: One of the keys to Roslyn’s attack unit Siegel netted 36 goals and added 27 assists helping his team to the Class B quarterfinals. (16%, 49 Votes)
Jack Speidell, St. Anthony’s | A | Sr.: Speidell is a rangy Harvard-bound attacker who netted 34 goals with 13 assists last season. (0%, 1 Votes)
Antony Tsakos Wantagh | A | Sr.: Tsakos scored 27 goals with 17 assists last season and has started on Wantagh’s attack since his sophomore year. He is committed to LIU. (1%, 3 Votes)
Brady Dolan, Lindenhurst | A/M | Sr.: Dolan is a five-year varsity starter who had 15 goals and 48 assists last season . (0%, 0 Votes)
Matt Metzger, Carey | A /M | Sr.: Metzger plays both attack and midfield and even picks up a long pole when a player down. The Pace commit “will never leave the field ” head coach Tom Aiello said. He tallied 17 goals and 13 assists last season. (0%, 1 Votes)
Total Votes: 312
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