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ESPN is reporting that Duxbury High School senior Max Randall was named ESPNBoston.com’s “Mr. Lacrosse” this year. The second annual recipient of this award, Randall was a defender for DHS’ Boys’ Lacrosse team this season and won the state championship title with his team.

Randall was chosen by ESPNBoston.com staff, correspondents and coaches from across the state, who recognized Randall for his deft and subtle ability to take out opposing players during games.

Randall also won two state titles for DHS football and three lacrosse titles, as well as numerous other sports awards, all while maintaining a high GPA.

In the fall, Randall will attend Dartmouth College where he will continue to play lacrosse. He will receive his “Mr. Lacrosse” award later this year.

ESPN is reporting that Duxbury High School senior Max Randall was named ESPNBoston.com’s “Mr. Lacrosse” this year. The second annual recipient of this award, Randall was a defender for DHS’ Boys’ Lacrosse team this season and won the state championship title with his team.

Randall was chosen by ESPNBoston.com staff, correspondents and coaches from across the state, who recognized Randall for his deft and subtle ability to take out opposing players during games.

Randall also won two state titles for DHS football and three lacrosse titles, as well as numerous other sports awards, all while maintaining a high GPA.

In the fall, Randall will attend Dartmouth College where he will continue to play lacrosse. He will receive his “Mr. Lacrosse” award later this year.