2017 Boys High School Awards Announced
05.23.2017 - By Press Releases

The UHSLL has released their 2017 US Lacrosse and UHSLL Awards.
Please visit the UHSLL homepage for a complete list of the Awards including All-State Honorable Mention and All-Region.

US Lacrosse All-Americans
Beau Pederson 2018 – Midfield – Park City
Chris Belcher 2017 – LSM – Alta
Josh Hales 2017 – Defense – Park City
Andy Karner 2017 – Midfield – Fremont
Jack Babka 2017 – Goalie – Alta
Brandon Dodd 2018 – Attack – Logan

US Lacrosse Academic All-American
Ben Adams 2017 – Defense – Skyline
Talbot Child 2017 – Attack – Waterford
Connor Crandall 2017 – Attack – Olympus
Zackary Cluff 2017 – Defense – Lone Peak
Josh Hales 2017 – Defense – Park City
Taylor Owens 2017 – Midfield – Brighton

US Lacrosse Coach of the Year
Matt Duke-Rosati – Olympus

US Lacrosse Bob Scott Award
Clint Allred – Defense – Herriman

UHSLL Blake Strebel Award
Thomas Tuite – Defense – Wasatch

UHSLL Assistant Coach of the Year
Matt Hearn – East

UHSLL Person of the Year
The High School Sanctioning Committee

2017 UHSLL All-State: Class A
1st Team 2nd Team
* Brandon Dodd Logan Attack Jerrin Cutler Fremont Attack
Tennison Schmidt Brighton Attack Sam Burbank Juan Diego Attack
Dylan Bauer Park City Attack Jack Mintz Park City Attack
Trae Ika Corner Canyon Attack Max Franckowiak Corner Canyon Attack
Lincoln Robbins Jordan Attack
* Beau Pederson Park City Midfield Kennion Perkes Sky View Midfield
Andrew Karner Fremont Midfield Chantz Hower Juan Diego Midfield
Kimball Reece Brighton Midfield Kimball Matheny American Fork Midfield
Kyle Brown Corner Canyon Midfield Griffin Halliday Fremont Midfield
Nicolas Farnsworth Alta Midfield
* Josh Hales Park City Defense Cody Child Fremont Defense
Chris Crump American Fork Defense Isaac Gividen Lone Peak Defense
Hunter Easterly Juan Diego Defense Mitch McWhorter Timpanogos Defense
Steele Headden Olympus Defense Will Gleave East Defense
Hunter Wells Corner Canyon Defense
* Christopher Belcher Alta LSM Kauner Owen Brighton LSM
Bo Caldwell Juan Diego LSM
* Dodge Anderson Corner Canyon FOS Rhett Smith Alta FOS
Caden Karras Davis FOS
* Jackson Babka Alta Goalie Brendan Roberts Juan Diego Goalie
Connor French Park City Goalie
* Denotes Positional MVP
2017 UHSLL All-State: Class B
1st Team 2nd Team
* Talbot Child Waterford Attack Cage Blackburn Herriman Attack
Jamison Tidwell Bountiful Attack David Mitchell Skyline Attack
Sam Sargent Northridge Attack Chase Storey Roy Attack
Braden Smith Skyridge Attack Brock Payne Westlake Attack
* Skyler Weathers Bonneville Midfield Tanner Shields Spanish Fork Midfield
Andre Chapman Skyridge Midfield Nick Winters Waterford Midfield
Bryce Anthon Bountiful Midfield Andreas Jorgensen Roy Midfield
Sam Skousen Northridge Midfield Austin Brown Pleasant Grove Midfield
* Ben Adams Skyline Defense Tavis Fitzgerald Northridge Defense
Jake Tippetts Westlake Defense Colt Bartnicki Herriman Defense
Eric Lee Weber Defense Nate Boehme Weber Defense
Tate Merrill Spanish Fork Defense Zach Geertsen Herriman Defense
* Chase Finsand Bingham LSM Maverick Minor Spanish Fork LSM
* Jack Morales Roy FOS Kaden Esplin Bountiful FOS
* Bostin Preisler Weber Goalie Hunter Combe Bonneville Goalie
* Denotes Positional MVP
2017 UHSLL All-State: Class C
1st Team
* Keaton Davis Ridgeline Attack
Andrew Freedman Timpview Attack
Brayden Allred Syracuse Attack
Chandler Roylance Wasatch Attack
* Tyson Hardie Woods Cross Midfield
Ben Bryson Wasatch Midfield
Scott Shakespear Box Elder Midfield
Logan Durham Mountain Crest Midfield
* Thomas Tuite Wasatch Defense
Dawson Law Mountain Crest Defense
Tanner Farrer Box Elder Defense
Caeden Miller Box Elder Defense
* Adam Winfrey Syracuse LSM
* Riley Oveson Timpview FOS
* Justin Breinholt Mountain Crest Goalie
* Denotes Positional MVP

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  • hhlax

    Hoping the AAs weren’t based on numbers alone. Dodd/Karner had great seasons, but I think guys like Dylan Bauer or Chantz Hower are much better players overall. Cutler had a better season then Karner for Fremont.
    Peterson at Brighton is twice as good as Reece. Perhaps since they wear a similar number and have similar physical attributes the voters were confused? More of the same from the coaches. Looking forward to when the system gets a little less political…

    • mrmom9

      Could not agree more! Take the example of Kimball Hansen from Skiyrdge he has had the best save percentage all year long of all full time goalies yet he is no where to be found on this list.

    • ECLax

      I gotta take Karner over Hower … Karner 52g 35a 70gb’s 18 cto’s vs Hower 43g 4a 28 gb’s 7 cto’s … Fremont played 7 teams in the top 16 and JD 9 teams … Karner was all over the field every game I saw and moved from attack this year because they needed him there … Dodd has the softest hands I have seen in the state and did it with less help around him then Bauer … Not knocking any of these players … All great players and Bauer will get his next year if he keeps progressing the way he is … Reece vs Peterson is a tough one, but I think you need to look at the intagibles on this one and how coaches game planned for each when playing them … Overall, I think this year the coaches got it right especially in the AA’s