We’re hitting the pause button again every Monday to spotlight the headliners from the previous week. The finalists might have a string of quality games or they might have come up big in a contest against a quality opponent. Nominations are made every week by the coaches. The poll will remain open until 12 pm on Wednesday.
Daniel Picart (Pleasantville), Emmet McDermott (Pleasantville), Ricky Strobel (White Plains), Kevin Devine (North Rockland) and Dean Hiltsley (Hen Hood) are the previous winners.
See what this group accomplished, then pick a favorite and vote. The winner is announced each week on the @lohudlacrosse Twitter feed.
Rankings: Mahopac a topic of conversation following a week to remember
Game story: A little more attitude on offense nets Yorktown another Murphy Cup win
Last week: Mahopac storms back to upend Niskayuna, capping a memorable week
Erik Coleman, Pleasantville
The junior midfielder had two goals, two assists and four ground balls in a win over Byram Hills and three goals, two assists and two ground balls in a win over Bronxville.
Robby DeLasho, Croton
The sophomore goalie made 10 saves in a 14-6 win over North Salem and turned away eight shots in a 10-8 win over Ossining, making two 1-on-1 stops in the final minute.
Brendan Donohue, Pearl River
The senior midfielder had four goals and three assists in a win over Carmel then delivered seven goals and three assists in a win over Nanuet, reaching 100 career goals along the way.
Luca Duva, John Jay
The junior attackman had four goals and an assist in a win over Hen Hood and four more goals and one more assist in a win over Somers.
Jack Freel, Fordham Prep
The senior attackman had four goals and one assist in a win over Riverdale, one goal and one assist in a loss to Kellenberg and seven goals and one assist in a win over Greenwich, Conn.
Danny Koch, Mahopac
The junior attackman had three goals and one assist in a win over Pelham, three goals and two assists in a win over Yorktown and five goals and one assist in a win over Niskayuna.
Tyler Mahood, Sleepy Hollow
The senior attackman reached 100 career goals, finishing with four goals and one assist in a loss to Rye Neck and one goal and two assists in a win over Hastings.
Aidan Mazzoni, Hen Hood
The sophomore goalie earned his first varsity start against John Jay and made 16 saves in a 10-1 loss. He followed up with 17 saves in a 7-6 overtime win against Tappan Zee and 10 saves in an 11-2 win against Ossining.
Ethan Taerstein, Blind Brook
The senior midfielder had three goals and two assists in a win over Hastings, three goals in a win over Irvington and nine goals and one assist in a win over Eastchester.
Josh Walsh, Brewster
The senior midfielder netted five goals, including the game-winner in the final minute, and handed out three assists in a win over Ossining. He also had one goal in a loss to Lakeland/Panas and one goal and three assists in a win over Putnam Valley.
This article originally appeared on Rockland/Westchester Journal News: boys lacrosse lohud player of the week poll