2018 record: 0-17-1, didn’t make tournament

Coach Frank Guimaraes: (1st year)

Returning starters (6): Zac Daniels, Sr., midfield; Leif Riley, Sr., midfield; Jack White, Sr., defense; Jack Vachon, Sr., defense; Drew Mahoney, Jr., midfield; Jake Hallinan, Soph., defense

Returning lettermen: Josh Nowland, Sr., defense; Sinjon Holmes, Sr., forward; Colby Cook, Sr., defense; Andrew Chace, Sr., forward; Max Bohler, Jr., defense; Richie Morris, Jr., defense; Will Fortin, Jr., midfield

Newcomers: Alex Naughton, Sr., defense; Brandon Ryan, Jr., defense; Jared Pender, Jr., forward; Drew Davis, Soph., midfield; Jacob Malburg, Soph., midfield; Charlie Mackie, Frosh., goalie

Captains: Zac Daniels, Jack White, Drew Mahoney

Candidates: 36

Returning goal leaders: Zac Daniels 3 goals

Returning honorees: Jack Vachon CAL All-Star

Odds and ends: New coach Frank Guimaraes was the Amesbury boys soccer program’s JV coach last year. He is graduated from Amesbury High in 2007 and was a standout soccer player. He is looking to lead a turnaround for a program that has only won one game in the last five seasons and hasn’t won a Cape Ann League game in even longer than that. ... Jake Hallinan is a triplet, his sisters McKenna and Avery are both also standout athletes at AHS.

Assistants: Sean Hallinan, Jeff Davis


Coach Chris DiFranco: (2nd year, 5-10-3)

2018 record: 5-10-3, didn’t make tournament

Returning starters (6): Colin Nally, Sr., defense; Jim Doucette, Sr., defense; Kenny Laurent, Sr., midfield; Ryan Regan, Sr., forward; Luke Van Galen, Jr., goalie; Aidan Maguire, Jr., defense

Returning lettermen: Sam Mroz, Sr., forward; Coty Angelopolus, Sr., midfield; Ryan Kottcamp, Sr., midfield; Cole Zadina, Jr., defense

Newcomers: Chris Lowell, Sr., defense; Andy Phillips, Sr., midfield; Sean Lavelle, Jr., midfield; Riley Soucy, Jr., goalie; Cam Rooney, Jr., midfield; Mark Rose, Soph., midfield; Alex Nakatsugawa, Soph., midfield; Graham Billington, Soph., forward

Captains: Colin Nally, Jim Doucette, Kenny Laurent

Candidates: 41

Returning goal leaders: Ryan Regan 3 goals, 1 assist

Returning honorees: Aidan Maguire CAL All-Star

Odds and ends: Georgetown returns three starters on defense along with goalie Luke Van Galen, but the Royals will look to new sources for offense this year after graduating three of its top four goal scorers. ... Service oriented team has helped Sam Mroz with Project 351 in support of the nation’s troops, taken part in the JDRF Walk led by Ryan Regan and volunteered with the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Andover.

Assistants: Sean Doherty, Gus Savage


Coach Shawn Bleau: (11th year)

2018 record: 10-5-5, lost in D3 North quarterfinals

Returning starters (5): Cam McDermott, Sr., defense; Tyler Koglin, Sr., midfield; Russell Bleau, Sr., midfield; Ryan Archer, Jr., forward; Max Gagnon, Soph., midfield

Returning lettermen: Harry Costello, Jr., midfield; Owen Spence, Jr., forward; Alex Iannini, Jr., defense; Owen McNeil, Jr., midfield; Brady O’Donnell, Soph., midfield; Graham Smith, Soph., defense

Newcomers: Stefan Berlind, Sr., goalie; Max Foltz, Sr., midfield; Lance Olsen, Sr., midfield; Max Passen, Sr., forward; Tommy Jahn, Jr., goalie; Chris Thorenson, Jr., midfield; Jack Fehlner, Soph., defense; Ryan Bista, Soph., forward; Ronan Brown, Soph., defense; Will Acquaviva, Frosh., midfield; Henry Acton, Frosh., midfield; Jamie Brooks, Frosh., midfield; Danny Bellerose, Frosh., midfield

Captains: Cam McDermott, Tyler Koglin, Ryan Archer

Candidates: 70

Returning goal leaders: Ryan Archer 2 goals, 5 assists

Returning honorees: None

Odds and ends: Sophomore Max Gagnon’s father is DC Gagnon, the Newburyport boys soccer program’s all-time leading scorer. Max started as a freshman last fall and figures to rank among the team’s top players this year. ... Newburyport has made the state tournament in back to back seasons after failing to qualify the four prior seasons.

Assistants: Ben Laing, Tim Lawlor


Coach Christian Langlois: (20th year, 191-119-57)

2018 record: 13-5-3, lost in D3 North semifinals

Returning starters (7): Dylan Buchanan, Sr., defense; Jake Correnti, Sr., midfield; Nick Lamattina, Sr., defense; Matt Tineo, Sr., midfield; Jarod Belliveau, Jr., midfield; Seamus O’Keefe, Jr., midfield; Tyler Correnti, Soph., goalie

Returning lettermen: Chris Husak, Sr., midfield; Joe MacDonald, Sr., defense; Erik Dahlgard, Jr., midfield/defense; Luke Dickson, Jr., forward; Ryan Tedeschi, Jr., defense

Newcomers: Ben Attwood, Sr., midfield; Kyle Graham, Sr., midfield; Steve Merrill, Sr., defense; Nate Blanchard, Jr., forward; Adam Enright, Jr., forward; Alex Pinkham, Jr., defense; Morgan Sullivan, Jr., forward; Max Markuns, Soph., forward; Zach Rosario, Soph., midfield; Stratton Seymour, Frosh., midfield

Captains: Dylan Buchanan, Jake Correnti, Nick Lamattina, Matt Tineo

Candidates: 57

Returning goal leaders: Luke Dickson 6 goals, 4 assists; Matt Tineo 4 goals, 5 assists; Jake Correnti 4 goals, 1 assist

Returning honorees: Jake Correnti CAL All-Star

Odds and ends: Coach Christian Langlois is entering his 20th season as coach and will have a good chance at reaching 200 career wins this fall. His teams have finished with double-digit wins and reached the state tournament every year since 2010. ... Jake and Tyler Correnti are brothers. ... Freshman Stratton Seymour was a standout on the Pentucket middle school track team, his older sisters Sterling and Ellison both run Division 1 college track at Merrimack College.

Assistants: Paul Meltsakos, Steve Merrill, Matt Farrell, Joe Casey


Coach Dave Mitchell: (2nd year, 1-14-1)

2018 record: 1-14-1

Returning starters (9): Ben Campbell, Sr., forward; Chatham Campbell, Sr., midfield/defense; Mark Anthony Glickman, Sr., goalie; Brendan Dennis, Jr., defense/goalie; Reilly Gagnon, Jr., midfield; Chris Montes, Jr., midfield/defense; Trevor Quigley, Jr., midfield; John DiTullio, Soph., defense; Josh Monroe, Soph., midfield

Returning lettermen: Brendan Atherton, Sr., forward; Ayden Jacobs, Sr., midfield; Ben Smith, Sr., forward; Mayson Rodriguez, Sr., midfield; Robi Ullah, Sr., forward; Alex Montes, Soph., defense; Will Smith, Soph., midfield

Newcomers: Joseph Abt, Soph., midfield

Captains: Ben Campbell, Chatham Campbell, Mark Anthony Glickman

Candidates: 30

Returning goal leaders: None

Returning honorees: Mark Anthony Glickman CAL All-Star

Odds and ends: Triton returns nearly its whole team from last year, including nine starters and eight seniors. That team was comprised almost entirely of newcomers and after a productive offseason the Vikings are now looking to take a step forward and compete in the Cape Ann League. ... Ben Campbell, Chatham Campbell and Reilly Gagnon were among the top athletes on Triton’s state championship outdoor track and field team last spring. ... Triton is looking for better offensive production this fall after scoring only three goals all season last year.

Assistants: Kathy Norton

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