For only the first two films, Brandon Quintin Adams portrayed Jesse Hall on the team. His performance in the first movie was good enough to earn him a Young Artist Award nomination. He didn’t win it that time, but his role as Kenny DuNunez in “The Sandlot” earned him not only another nom but a piece of hardware when he won.
Jesse was at first suspicious of Coach Bombay, thinking he was a rich dealer. As a forward, he was a leader on the ice and was known for his sharpshooting. In the famous flying V, he took the lead spot.
Matt Doherty as Lester Averman
The group of kids that made up the Ducks was diverse in the different types of thinking. Case in point: Lester Averman, a bespectacled nerd who is nonetheless happy and ready to jump into anything that will help his team win. Matt Doherty portrayed this curly-haired character, and at the same time, he was building a resume with appearances in “Home Alone” (Steffan, Kevin's cousin.)
Of course, he was also in the Mike Myers film “So I Married an Axe Murderer.” While he's good on the ice, Lester has easily pushed around by opposing enforcers. The character also provides a lot of the show's comic relief.
Matt Doherty Today
While the larger career of Doherty wound down after “D3” came out, he's still managed to appear on a number of shows and in a few movies such as “Grey's Anatomy,” “Ghost World,” “Argo,” “Bones,” and “CSI: Miami.” He's also picked up another passion – writing. He got some schooling done at Northwestern University, graduating in 1999, and now has a theater degree.
He's been working as a playwright and writer ever since. He wrote and directed the short “First Stone,” which came out in 2012. He originally auditioned for the role of Fulton Reed and got the Averman role when Hensen was picked as the enforcer.
Brandon Quintin Adams Today
Both before and after the trilogy of Ducks movies, Adams had a number of well-known roles, including the aforementioned part in “The Sandlot.” In his television career, he had small parts in “Quantum Leap” as “Older Brother.” He was in “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” in a pair of episodes and appeared as two different characters.
He's moved onto voice-overs and acting, including lending his voice to video games such as “Kingdom Hearts II.” He worked with Michael Jackson a few times, including a part in the “Smooth Criminal” music video as “Zeke.”
Marguerite Moreau as Connie Moreau
Independent and skilled, Connie Moreau was the Ducks' single female player. As an efficient skater and skilled puck handler, she's able to throw off defenses, though her small size makes her vulnerable to opposing enforcers. The last name of her character comes from Moreau's own name. Connie was a major part of both sequels and has also appeared in the new series.
During the series, she and fellow skater Guy Germaine are frequently seen holding hands, indicating they're in a relationship. One of Connie's big off-the-ice contributions to the plot was standing up for Charlie when he sticks up for Coach Bombay, which ends with all of them “quacking at the principal.”