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Below are the worth recipients of the NEFL most prestigious awards.

 

AAA:

Offensive MVP – John Speidel – Lowell Nor'easter

Defensive MVP – Tylee Flowers – CT Thunder

Coaching Staff – CT Bearcats

 

AA:

Offensive MVP – Jim Lampron – Tri-City Charge

Defensive MVP – Eric Meza – Leominster Razorbacks

Coaching Staff – Monadnock Maurauders

 

 

 

A:

Offensive MVP – Mike Griggs – SNH Beavers

Defensive MVP – Jim Levesque – NH Wolfpack

Coaching Staff – Southern CT Sting

 

 

 

Organizations of the Year for 2009:

AAA: Middleboro Cobras

AA: Tri-City Charge

A: Southern CT Sting

 

 

NEFL Executives of the Year:

League: Dennis Faulkner – Worcester Wildcats

AAA: Bernie Armstrong – CT Bearcats

AA: Mario Alvarez – Metro West Colonials

A: Devon Robinson – Southern CT Sting

 

 

 

Service Awards:

 

 

 

Service Awards are given to members of the league who go above and beyond the call of duty to help make this league better and stronger.

 

 

 

Tom Degnan – Bay State Renegades

Jesse Richardson – Tri-City Charge

Ronnie Bates – Southern Maine Raging Bulls

Mike Isola – New England Hawks

Olivier Bustin – Boston Bandits

Mike Power – Lowell Nor'Easter

Brian Cisneros – NEFL

 

 

 

Paul Scopetski Iron Man Award

Mike Isola – New England Hawks

 

 

 

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AAA:

Metro Division:

Offensive MVP: Jon Bond – Middleboro Cobras

Defensive MVP: Rayshawn Jones – Middleboro Cobras

Coaching Staff: Middleboro Cobras

 

Suburban Division:

Offensive MVP: Phil Warren – Southern Maine Raging Bulls

Defensive MVP: Malcolm Wynn – Lowell Nor'easter

Coaching Staff: Lowell Nor'easter

 

Organization of the Year: Middleboro Cobras

AA:

Offensive MVP: Danny Sanabria – Leominster Razorbacks

Defensive MVP: Brandon Craft – Kennebec Valley Tigers

Coaching Staff: Kennebec Valley Tigers

 

Organization of the Year: Southern NE Rage

A:

Offensive MVP: Jim Lampron – Tri-City Charge

Defensive MVP: Matt Kane – Tri-City Charge

Coaching Staff: Tri-City Charge

 

Organization of the Year: Southern VT Storm

Service Awards:

Jesse Richardson

Mike Salmon

Jim Greco

Emilio Colon

Executives of the Year:

 

These awards are for team or league executives who have been consistently invaluable in the functioning of this league over the course of the season.

 

AAA: Garrett Perry – Middleboro Cobras

AA: Ron Rezendes – Hollywood East Outlaws

A: Tighe Stratton – Southern VT Storm

 

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Maritime Conference (A):

 

United Division:

Off. MVP: (Tie) Blair Doucette – KV Tigers and Jimmy Lampron – Tri-City Charge

Def. MVP: Lou Hendricks – Notre Dame Cobras

Coaching Staff: Kennebec Valley Tigers

 

Independence Division:

Off. MVP: Danny Sanabria – Leominster Razorbacks

Def. MVP: Kyle Desrosiers – Leominster Razorbacks

Coaching Staff: Leominster Razorbacks

 

North Atlantic Conference (AA):

 

Continental Division:

Off. MVP: Sharik Mendes – Whaling City Clippers

Def. MVP: Willie Ford – Whaling City Clippers

Coaching Staff: Whaling City Clippers

 

 

Pioneer Division:

Off. MVP: Dave Leach – Middlesex Mayhem

Def. MVP: Wayne Dow – Mill City Maulers

Coaching Staff: North Shore Generals

 

 

Colonial Conference (AAA):

 

Metro Division:

Off. MVP: Jon Bond – Middleboro Cobras

Def. MVP: Justin Pike – Middleboro Cobras

Coaching Staff: Middleboro Cobras

 

Suburban Division:

 

Off. MVP: John Spiedel – Lowell Nor'Easter

Def. MVP: Malcolm Wynn – Lowell Nor'Easter

Coaching Staff: Southern Maine Raging Bulls

 

Organizations of the Year:

 

A: Southern NH Beavers

AA: South Shore Outlaws

AAA: Middleboro Cobras

 

Service Awards:

Service Awards are given to members of the league who have gone above and beyond what is expected of them in order to make this league function and grow stronger each year.

 

David Dunn

Joe Zucco

Skip Harrison

Brian Cisneros

 

Executive of the Year:

Olivier Bustin

 

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The following players have been voted on by the teams as the MVP's of their respective divisions. The awards were presented with over 200 in attendance at the March 31st meeting.

 

AAA:

 

Metro Division:

 

Offensive MVP: Clarzell Pearl – Boston Bandits

Defensive MVP: Adam Keyes – CT Thunder

Coaching Staff: Boston Bandits

 

Suburban Division:

 

Offensive MVP (Tie): Scott “Bubba” Gullat – Southern Maine Raging Bulls and Chris Degree – Lowell Nor'Easters

Defensive MVP: Mike Zabelski – Merrimack Valley Crush

Coaching Staff: Southern Maine Raging Bulls

 

AA:

 

North Atlantic Division:

 

Offensive MVP: J.J. Brooks – Seacoast Hawks

Defensive MVP: Wayne Dow – Mill City Maulers

Coaching Staff: Mill City Maulers

 

Continental Division:

 

Offensive MVP: Raphael Zammit – North Attleboro Renegades

Defensive MVP: Steve Byerly – North Attleboro Renegades

Coaching Staff: North Attleboro Renegades

 

A:

 

United Division:

 

Offensive MVP: Wade Edwards – Notre Dame Cobras

Defensive MVP: Dan Dunn – Queen City Demons

Coaching Staff: Notre Dame Cobras

 

Independence Division:

 

Offensive MVP (Tie): Teddy Knutsen – Monadnock Marauders and Chris Raymond – Manchester Devils

Defensive MVP: Leroy Mason – Rhode Island Raptors

Coaching Staff: Rhode Island Raptors

 

 

Organizations of the Year:

 

AAA: Southern Maine Raging Bulls

AA: Mill City Maulers

A: Notre Dame Cobras

 

Executive of the Year:

 

Mike Power

 

Service Awards:

 

These awards are for members of the league who have gone above and beyond what was expected of them. Without their contributions we would not be the successful league that we are.

 

Ronnie Bates

David Dunn

Jim Mason

 

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The NEFL would like to announce the award winners for the 2005 season:

 

AAA:

 

Metro Division

 

Offensive MVP: Clarzell Pearl – Boston Bandits

 

Defensive MVP: Tom Dumican – North Attleboro Renegades

 

Coaching Staff of the Year: North Attleboro Renegades

 

 

Suburban Division

 

Offensive MVP: John Speidel – Lowell Nor'Easter

 

Defensive MVP: Patrick Graham – Lowell Nor'Easter

 

Coaching Staff of the Year: Merrimack Valley Crush

 

 

AA:

 

Offensive MVP: (Tie) Jimmy Yaitaines – South Shore Outlaws and Jesse Utoh – Seacoast Hawks

 

Defensive MVP: Uhia Willis – Mass State Warriors

 

Coaching Staff of the Year: Seacoast Hawks

 

 

A:

 

Northern

 

Offensive MVP: Wade Edwards – MidCoast Chaos

 

Defensive MVP: Brandon Craft – Penobscot SeaDragons

 

Coaching Staff of the Year: MidCoast Chaos

 

Southern

 

Offensive MVP: Dan Ashworth – SNE Rage

 

Defensive MVP: Jim Levesque – HC Devils

 

Coaching Staff of the Year: Southern New England Rage

 

 

Organizations of the Year:

 

AAA: North Attleboro Renegades

 

AA: Seacoast Hawks

 

A: Southern New England Rage

 

 

Executive of the Year: Brian Cisneros – President

 

Service Awards:

 

Ruben Costa – Woonsocket Sentinels

 

Mike Power – Lowell Nor'Easter

 

Zach Stewart – Central Maine Shockers

 

All three of these league members went above and beyond the call of duty in helping this league be successful. Their dedication and hard work needs to be recognized and rewarded.

 

Honorable Mention:

 

Bill Nash and the CT Storm

 

Derek Nelson and the South Shore Outlaws

 

Bill Harris and the Penobscot SeaDragons

 

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AAA Metro:

 

Offensive MVP: JD Brooks – Boston Bandits

Defensive MVP: Tom Dumican – N. Attleboro Renegades

Coaching Staff: N. Attleboro Renegades

 

AAA Suburban:

 

Offensive MVP: John Speidel – Lowell Nor'Easter

Defensive MVP: Pat Graham – Lowell Nor'Easter

Coaching Staff: Lowell Nor'Easter

 

AA Continental:

 

Offensive MVP: Steve Callender – CT Thunder

Defensive MVP: Tylee Flowers – CT Thunder

Coaching Staff: CT Thunder

 

AA Pioneer:

 

Offensive MVP: Jeff Gregoire – Seacoast Hawks

Defensive MVP: Andre Martineau – Monadnock Marauders

Coaching Staff: VT Ice Storm

 

A Division:

 

Offensive MVP: Marvin Langley – Central Maine Shockers

Defensive MVP: Brandon Craft – Penobscot SeaDragons

Coaching Staff: Central MaineShockers

 

Organizations of the Year:

 

AAA: Lowell Nor'Easter

 

AA: Woonsocket Sentinels

 

A: Central Maine Shockers

 

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AAA

 

Metro Division

Offensive MVP: JD Brooks – RB – Boston Bandits

Defensive MVP: Chris Brady – LB – Boston Bandits

Coaching Staff: Boston Bandits

 

Suburban Division

Offensive MVP: Mondez Haire – WR – Haverhill Crush

Co-Defensive MVP: Pat Norton – DT – Lowell Noreaster & Mike Zabelski – LB – Haverhill Crush

Coaching Staff: Haverhill Crush

Organization of the Year: Haverhill Crush

 

AA

 

Co-Offensive MVP: Steven Callender – RB – Connecticut Thunder & Will Bradley – QB – Nashua Predators

Co-Defensive MVP: Lee Dotson – LB – New England Stars & Dan Ray – DT – Monadnock Marauders

Coaching Staff: Connecticut Thunder

Organization of the Year: New England Stars

 

A

 

Offensive MVP: Steven Lorraine – QB – Maine Tomcats

Defensive MVP: Jarrod Tyler – LB – Penobscot Seadragons

Coaching Staff: Maine Tomcats

Organization of the Year: Central Maine Shockers

 

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AAA

Metro

Offensive MVP: E. Torrico RB N. Attleboro

Defensive MVP: T. Dumican DE N. Attleboro

Coaching: O. Bustin and the Boston Staff

 

Suburban

Offensive MVP: J. Speidel QB Lowell

Defensive MVP: I. Caesar LB Seacoast

Coaching: B. Fitzmaurice and Lowell Staff

 

AA

Offensive MVP: T. Canada WR Vermont

Defensive MVP: T. Wilkes DE Monadnock

Coaching: D. Perez and Vermont Staff (tie)

A. Morgante and New England Staff (tie)

 

A

Offensive MVP: S. Callender RB Connecticut

Defensive MVP: P. McMahon LB Connecticut

Coaching: B. Nash and Connecticut Staff

 

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AAA

Suburban

Offensive: John Speidel QB Lowell Nor'easter

 

Defensive:

(tie)Patrick Graham LB Lowell Nor'easter

Scott McGlinchey CB Lowell Nor'easter

 

Coaching:(tie) Lowell Nor'easter & Leominster Razorbacks

 

Metro

Offensive: Clarzell Pearl QB Boston Bandits

Defensive: Mike Branch LB Boston Bandits

Coaching: New England Stars

 

AA

Coastal

Offensive: Jason Mcleod QB So. Maine Raging Bulls

Defensive: Scott Houlton York County Warchiefs

Coaching: So. Maine Raging Bulls

 

Inland

Offensive: Brian Kemp Vermont Ice Storm

Defensive: Cory Bannerman Nashua Predators

Coaching: Vermont Ice Storm

 

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