Dutton, Shargel Named All-Marmonte Co-MVPs

Senior midfielders Will Dutton of league-champion Thousand Oaks and Marty Shargel of Agoura were named league co-Most Valuable Players on the All-Marmonte League team released Monday by the league’s coaches.

Dutton was a first-team All-Marmonte League selection as a short-stick defensive midfielder last season. This season he helped the Lancers to a 12-7 overall record (7-3 in league play) and a playoff berth. He will play next season at NCAA Division II Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Shargel, also a first-team All-Marmonte selection as a junior, averaged more than three goals per game this season in leading Agoura to a 15-6 overall record and a No. 4 seed in the US Lacrosse playoffs. The Chargers reached the LA semifinals, where they lost Saturday to No. 1 Palos Verdes. Shargel plans to play next year at Onondaga CC in New York.

Head coach Michael Delabar of Thousand Oaks was named Marmonte League Coach of the Year.

Along with Dutton, Thousand Oaks placed four other players on the All-Marmonte team, including repeat honorees Matt Parham, the league’s top face-off specialist once again, and Zac Asbury, a second-team selection at midfield last year. Both Parham and Asbury also were named second-team All-Marmonte in 2015.

Senior defender Taylor Dankenbring and junior LSM Cooper Isaacs were among five other Agoura players joining Shargel on the all-league list. Both made the first team this year. Dankenbring was a first-team selection last year, while Isaacs made the second team as a sophomore.

Eight members of the Oaks Christian Lions were named to the all-league teams, led by repeat first-team honoree Cort Rogers, a junior attack. First-team selection Danny Redell, a senior middie, was a second-team pick last year.

Westlake junior attack Duke Cohen was named first-team All-Marmonte for the second year in a row, and Warriors senior goalie Matt Kilkeary was named all-league for the third time, adding a first-team selection to two previous second-team honors.

Newbury Park had four players honored, including senior defensive middie Andrew Noble on the first team and senior attack Robbie McInerney and senior defender Anderson Hill each earning second-team honors for the second year in a row.

2017 All-Marmonte League

Co-Most Valuable Players
Will Dutton, Thousand Oaks, Senior
Marty Shargel, Agoura, Senior

Coach of the Year
Mike Delabar, Thousand Oaks

First Team
Spencer Whinery, Thousand Oaks, Junior
Cort Rogers, Oaks Christian, Junior
Duke Cohen, Westlake, Junior

Nick Riggio, Thousand Oaks, Junior
Zac Asbury, Thousand Oaks, Senior
Danny Redell, Oaks Christian, Senior

Matt Parham, Thousand Oaks, Junior

Short-stick DM
Andrew Noble, Newbury Park, Senior

Long-stick DM
Cooper Isaacs, Agoura, Junior

Taylor Dankenbring, Agoura, Senior
Connor MacLeod, Oaks Christian, Senior
Paul Ginzinger, Oaks Christian, Junior

Matt Kilkeary, Westlake, Senior

Second Team
Reid Saucier, Newbury Park, Senior
Robbie McInerney, Newbury Park, Senior
Lorenzo Santor, Oaks Christian, Senior

Mike Spaeth, Oaks Christian, Sophomore
JT Shoop, Newbury Park, Junior
Carson Kuhl, Westlake, Freshman

Spencer Foreman, Agoura, Junior

Short-stick DM
Nate Lenthall, Oaks Christian, Sophomore

Long-stick DM
Connor Kuhl, Westlake, Junior

Sebastian Bernt, Agoura, Sophomore
Tommy Redell, Oaks Christian, Junior
Anderson Hill, Newbury Park, Senior

Zach Tripp, Agoura, Sophomore

Honorable Mention
Drew Conlon, Attack, Thousand Oaks, Junior
Luke Smiley, Defense, Thousand Oaks, Freshman
Douglas McCarthy, A, Agoura, Freshman
Beau Lawrence, LSM, Newbury Park, Junior
Spencer Cabello, G, Newbury Park, Senior
Blake Roper, M/FO, Newbury Park, Sophomore
Ian Drescher, A, Calabasas, Junior
Daniel Brandolino, D, Westlake, Junior
Kitt Stoddard, FO, Westlake, Senior
Jack Lenthall, SSDM, Oaks Christian, Sophomore
Jaxon Underhill, A, Calabasas, Sophomore
Walker Koch, M, Calabasas, Junior
Zach Paul, D, Calabasas, Senior

Note: The Marmonte League does not officially recognize Honorable Mention selections in all-league honors, but the league’s lacrosse coaches voted on and selected the players listed above as deserving of such mention.


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