Guys lacrosse: Men’s Lacrosse – University of North Carolina Athletics
|1||Brett Mallee||So.||D||5-10||Philadelphia, Pa. / La Salle College|
|2||So.||6-2||200||Los Angeles, Calif. / Crespi|
|3||Will Cabrera||M||6-0||200||Scarsdale, N.
|4||Joe Neuman||Jr.||FO||5-7||175||Port Washington, N. Y. / Salisbury|
|5||Jr.||A||174||Rochester, N. Y. / Brighton|
|7||Jake Wornow||Jr.||5-10||165||Westfield, N. J. / Westfield|
|11||Jack Ocken||Jr.||M||6-0||195||Bedford, N. Y. / Brunswick School|
|12||Brian Tevlin||Sr.||M||5-11||185||Livingston, N. J. / Seton Hall Prep|
|13||Griffin Thomas||Sr.||D||6-1||210||Norwalk, Conn. / Deerfield Academy|
|14||Konrad Collins||Jr.||D||6-4||215||Bend, Ore. / Summit|
|17||Miles Leniw||Jr.||G||6-2||200||Mahwah, N. J. / Delbarton School|
|18||Jack Monfort||So.||M||6-1||180||Syosset, N. Y. / Syosset|
|19||Griffin Wilson||So.||M||6-1||210||Victoria, B. C. / Salisbury School|
|21||Kyle Zawadzki||Jr.||A||6-0||180||Smithtown, N. Y. / Smithtown West|
|22||Sean Kuttin||Jr.||M||5-9||175||Head of the Harbor, N. Y. / Chaminade|
|23||Jack Starr||Sr.||G||6-1||190||Washington, D. C. / St. Albans School|
|24||Xander Martin||So.||D||6-1||190||Stevenson, Md. / Gilman School|
|25||Chris Hladczuk||Sr.||A||5-11||175||Jenkintown, Pa. / La Salle College|
|26||Patrick Hackler||So.||M||5-11||200||Skaneateles, N. Y. / Skaneateles|
|28||Jared Paquette||So.||G||6-2||205||West Islip, N. Y. / West Islip|
|29||Korbin Pecora||So.||M||5-10||215||North Haven, Conn. / Canterbury School|
|31||Chris Fake||Sr.||D||6-1||205||Allentown, N. J. / The Hun School of Princeton|
|33||Skyler Wilson||So.||A||6-1||203||Victoria, B. C. / Salisbury School|
|34||Christian Cropp||Sr.||M||6-1||200||Jupiter, Fla. / The Benjamin School|
|35||Bryce De Muth||Jr.||D||5-11||195||Landenberg, Pa. / Avon Grove|
|36||Michael Alexander||So.||D||6-1||188||West Islip, N. Y. / West Islip|
|38||Steven Reilly||Sr.||M||6-0||200||Levittown, N. Y. / Division Avenue|
|41||Matt Brandau||Jr.||A||5-11||185||Timonium, Md. / Boys Latin School of Maryland|
|43||Nicholas Ramsey||So.||FO||6-1||205||Morristown, N. J. / Delbarton School|
|45||Thomas Bragg||Jr.||A||6-4||200||Cazenovia, N. Y. / Cazenovia|
|50||Luke Eschbach||Sr.||M||5-11||195||Saint James, N. Y. / Smithtown|
|51||Elliot Sawyer-Kaplan||Jr.||M||5-9||170||New Haven, Conn. / Choate Rosemary Hall|
|52||Jack Biestek||Jr.||D||6-3||210||Durham, N. C. / Cardinal Gibbons|
|55||Greg Gatto||Jr.||M||6-2||195||Ridgefield, Conn. / Ridgefield|
|2||Nathan Conry||Jr.||Midfield||6-1||170||Shaker Heights, Ohio / St. Ignatius|
|3||Kyle Brunsch||Jr.||Midfield||6-1||180||Langley, British Columbia / Walnut Grove Secondary|
|4||Patrick Mitchell||Fr.||Midfield||6-2||190||Rochester, N.Y. / Churchville-Chili|
|5||Timothy Lischer||Jr.||Midfield||5-10||180||Livonia, N.Y. / Salisbury|
|6||Jaxon Fridge||Fr.||Midfield||5-10||160||Coquitlam, British Columbia / Terry Fox/Claremont Secondary|
|7||Declan Makuch||Sr.||Defense||6-3||195||Madison, Wis. / Verona Area|
|8||Kayden Easter||Fr.||Midfield||6-6||205||Weare, N.H. / Brewster Academy|
|9||Matt Vavonese||Gr.||Goalkeeper||5-9||180||Syracuse, N.Y. / Christian Brothers Academy|
|10||Isaiah Ricketts||Sr.||Midfield||5-10||195||Evanston, Ill. / Evanston Township|
|12||Lance Williams||Fr.||Midfield||5-8||155||Southfield, Mich. / Brother Rice|
|13||Johnny Richiusa||Fr.||Faceoff||5-11||165||Penfield, N.Y. / Penfield|
|14||Garet Long||So.||Goalkeeper||6-3||195||Woodbury, Minn. / Woodbury|
|15||Colin Kelly||So.||Attack||6-5||190||Syracuse, N.Y. / Christian Brothers Academy|
|16||Antanas Mikuzis||So.||Attack||6-3||210||Western Springs, Ill. / Nazareth Academy|
|17||Jackson Naylor||Jr.||Midfield||6-2||170||Castle Rock, Colo. / Rock Canyon|
|18||CJ Goss||Sr.||Defense||6-0||190||Buffalo, N.Y. / St. Joseph’s|
|19||Jackson Webster||So.||Midfield||6-0||160||Georgetown, Ontario / Everest Academy|
|20||Tommy Kunz||Fr.||Goalkeeper||6-2||190||Birmingham, MIch. / Brother Rice|
|21||Quinn Farragher||Sr.||Midfield||5-10||150||Evanston, Ill. / Evanston|
|22||Mark Allen||Sr.||Midfield||5-9||175||Carmel, Ind. / Carmel|
|23||Hunter Parucki||So.||Midfield||5-10||165||Lancaster, N.Y. / St. Joseph’s Collegiate|
|24||Jacob Buck||Sr.||Attack||6-2||190||Rochester, N.Y. / Churchville-Chili|
|25||Anthony Pezzimenti||Sr.||Midfield||5-10||155||Victor, N.Y. / Victor|
|27||Garret Walker||Fr.||Attack/Midfield||5-11||210||West Seneca, N.Y. / West Seneca East|
|28||Erik Allen||So.||Midfield||5-9||180||Carmel, Ind. / Carmel|
|29||Dylan McNally||Sr.||Faceoff/Midfield||5-8||165||Medfield, Mass. / Medfield|
|30||Connor Beals||Jr.||Faceoff||6-0||205||Wixom, Mich. / Detroit Catholic Central||Harford Community College|
|31||Thomas Aniol||Sr.||Attack||5-10||175||Dallas, Texas / Plano West|
|32||Mikey Howe||So.||Attack||6-1||190||Malius, N.Y. / Fayetteville Manlius|
|33||Reed Conrey||Fr.||Defense||6-1||170||Germansville, Pa. / Northwestern Lehigh|
|34||Kevin Eells||Sr.||Defense||6-2||190||Monument, Colo. / Palmer Ridge|
|35||Troy Sauberan||Fr.||Midfield||5-11||160||Spokane, Wash. / Lewis and Clark|
|36||Ethan Thomson||Fr.||Longstick Midfielder||5-8||160||White Hall, Md. / John Carroll|
|37||TJ Buono||Fr.||Attack||5-8||150||Oradell, N.J. / Northern Highlands|
|38||John McCain||Sr.||Midfield||6-1||185||Winnetka, Ill. / New Trier|
|39||Keegan Kozack||So.||Attack||6-1||190||Delta, British Columbia / Blue Ridge Secondary|
|40||Nicholas Guarente||Sr.||Defense||6-5||280||Hopkinton, N.H. / Tilton|
|41||Ethan Coughlin||Jr.||Midfield||6-4||190||West Bend, Wis. / West Bend|
|42||Chance Cook||Fr.||Defense||6-3||190||Haslett, Mich. / Haslett|
|43||Ryan Sharkey||Sr.||Defense||6-0||180||Yonkers, N.Y. / Archbishop Stepinac|
|44||Robbie Marten||So.||Defense||6-0||205||Lancaster, N.Y. / St. Joseph’s Collegiate|
|45||Jacob Pahnke||So.||Defense||6-0||170||Maple Ridge, British Columbia / Maple Ridge Secondary|
|46||Noah Goad||So.||Midfield||5-10||180||Hudson, Ohio / Western Reserve Academy|
|47||Ryan Furlong||So.||Midfield||6-1||190||Tampa, Fla. / Sunlake|
|48||Trevor Folsom||Sr.||Faceoff/Midfield||5-8||155||Buffalo, N.Y. / St. Joseph’s|
|49||Logan Tobias||So.||Midfield||6-0||185||Pittsburgh, Pa. / Upper St. Clair|
|51||Andrew Schermerhorn||So.||Attack||5-8||165||Appleton, Wis. / St. Francis Xavier|
|52||Paul Medrick||Jr.||Defense||6-0||195||Strongville, Ohio / Padua Franciscan||Fairfield|
|53||Damond Flynn||Sr.||Goalkeeper||5-9||200||West Seneca, N.Y. / West Seneca East||Mercyhurst Northeast|
|54||Michael Billings||Fr.||Longstick Midfielder||6-0||195||Guelph, Ontario / The Hill Academy|
|55||Owen Scannell||Fr.||Defense||6-5||215||Wynantskill, N.Y. / La Salle Institute|
|Ryan Cicci||Gr.||Midfield||5-11||210||Manlius, N.Y. / Fayetteville-Manlius|
|Jake Lemon||Sr.||–||Tampa, Fla. / Jesuit|
|1||Aiden Kenyon||G||5-10||190||So.||Canandaigua, N.Y. / Canandaigua Academy|
|2||Weston Gray||A||6-1||160||Jr.||Philadelphia, N.Y. / Carthage|
|4||Evan Coleman||D||6-0||185||So.||Horseheads, N.Y. / Horseheads|
|6||Owen Spearing||M||5-8||165||Fr.||Auburn, N.Y. / Auburn|
|7||Liam Dollard||M||5-10||160||Sr.||Albany, N.Y. / Colonie|
|8||Lucas Cioch||M||5-9||175||Fr.||Riverhead, N.Y. / Riverhead|
|9||Bryce Saba||D||6-0||195||Sr.||Ontario, N.Y. / Wayne Central|
|11||Matthew Danielson||M||6-0||195||Jr.||Sayville, N.Y. / Sayville|
|12||Tyler Hacker||M||5-9||160||So.||Rochester, N.Y. / Hilton|
|13||Dan Doolan||M||6-3||190||Gr.||Lake Grove, N.Y. / Sachem North|
|14||Jack Delany||A||6-1||185||So.||Camillus, N.Y. / West Genesee|
|15||Brian Rowe||M||6-0||170||Sr.||Cicero, N.Y. / Cicero-North Syracuse|
|16||Cameron Yost||D||6-1||180||So.||Victor, N.Y. / Victor|
|17||Shane Ladd||M||6-0||160||Fr.||Binghamton, N.Y. / Chenango Valley|
|18||Kevin O’Donnell||G||6-1||180||Sr.||Cleveland, Ohio / Saint Edward|
|19||Ethan Mann||D||6-1||210||So.||Hilton, N.Y. / Hilton|
|21||Nathan Schultzkie||M||6-0||165||Sr.||Oswego, N.Y. / Oswego|
|22||Seamus Burns||D||6-3||195||Sr.||West Sayville, N.Y. / Sayville|
|23||Ryan Eccles||M||6-1||215||Fr.||Syracuse, N.Y. / Corcoran|
|24||Ryan Dumont||A||6-0||165||So.||Pittsford, N.Y. / Pittsford Mendon|
|25||Jeff Kinyoun||G||6-2||165||Fr.||Penn Yan, N.Y. / Penn Yan Academy|
|26||Matteo Asher||M||5-11||165||So.||Farmingville, N.Y. / Sachem East|
|27||Lukas McIlroy||A||5-7||170||Jr.||Liverpool, N.Y. / Liverpool / OCC|
|28||Mike Fleming||A||6-0||175||Sr.||West Sayville, N.Y. / Sayville|
|29||Garrett Petrelli||M||5-8||170||Fr.||Baldwinsville, N.Y. / Baker|
|31||Nathan Hickok||D||6-0||175||Jr.||Macedon, N.Y. / Wayne Central|
|32||Brian Kelly||M||5-11||160||Jr.||Garrison, N.Y. / James I. O’Neill|
|33||Brendan Haims||D||6-0||185||So.||Pittsford, N.Y. / Pittsford, Mendon|
|34||Tyler Stevenson||M||6-0||180||Fr.||Watertown, N.Y. / South Jefferson|
|35||Dom Donato||A||5-7||185||So.||Watertown, N.Y. / Watertown|
|36||Brendon Scordo||M||5-10||180||Jr.||Dexter, N.Y. / General Brown / JCC|
|37||Sam Meltser||M||5-6||150||So.||East Amherst, N.Y. / Williamsville East|
|38||Huck Fitzgerald||D||5-9||250||So.||Oswego, N.Y. / Oswego|
|39||Mason Barney||A||6-1||210||Fr.||Syracuse, N.Y. / Marcellus|
|40||Joseph Puccia||A||6-3||180||So.||Fayetteville, N.Y. / Fayetteville-Manlius|
|41||Jeffrey Dangler||M||5-10||170||Sr.||Nyack, N.Y. / Nyack|
|42||Liam Sexton||A||5-9||150||Fr.||Camillus, N.Y. / West Genesee|
|43||Luke Pinckney||M||5-8||190||Fr.||Memphis, N.Y. / Jordan-Elbridge|
|44||Gustavo Batista-Gomez||D||5-10||200||Jr.||Eden, N.Y. / Eden|
|0||Joey Pezzimenti||A||5-9||200||So.||Victor, N.Y. / Victor|
|1||Jahmeir Warfield||LSM||6-5||185||Fr.||Rochester, N.Y. / East High||Tabor Academy|
|2||Amos Whitcomb||A||6-0||220||Fr.||Salamanca, N.Y. / Salamanca|
|3||Keelan Seneca||A||6-1||190||Jr.||Salamanca, N.Y. / Salamanca|
|4||T.J. McNicholas||LSM||6-2||190||So.||Rockville Centre, N.Y. / South Side|
|5||Adam Thistlethwaite||M||6-2||175||Fr.||Baltimore, Ontario / Cobourg C.I. / Blue Ridge / Williston Northampton|
|6||Regan Endres||FO||5-9||175||So.||Farmington, N.Y. / Victor|
|7||Tanner Hay||D||6-4||190||Sr.||Victor, N.Y. / Victor|
|8||Jack VanValkenburgh||GK||5-8||160||So.||Syracuse, N.Y. / Fayetteville-Manlius|
|9||Teioshontathe McComber||A||5-8||175||Sr.||Kahnawake, Canada / Salisbury Prep|
|10||Sam Swingruber||M||6-2||170||Sr.||Malta, N.Y. / Ballston Spa|
|11||Corey Yunker||A||5-9||185||Sr.||Churchville-Chili, N.Y. / Churchville-Chili Senior High School|
|12||Darien LaPietro||M||6-2||200||Jr.||Burnt Hills, N.Y. / Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake|
|13||Danny Mastropaolo||FO||5-9||170||Jr.||Wading River, N.Y. / Riverhead|
|14||Thomas Deagan||M||6-0||190||Fr.||Yorktown Heights, N.Y. / Somers|
|15||Zane Sands||D||6-4||245||Sr.||Sherwood, Ore. / Sherwood|
|16||Peter Salit||M||6-1||175||So.||Johns Creek, Ga. / Johns Creek|
|17||Trey Goins||M||6-4||185||Fr.||Owasso, Okla. / Owasso|
|18||Caeden LaPietro||M||5-11||175||Fr.||Burnt Hills, N.Y. / Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake|
|19||Will Ramos||GK||6-0||172||R-Sr.||Upper Nyack, N.Y. / Nyack|
|20||Thomas Decker||M||6-1||185||Fr.||North Massapequa, N.Y. / Farmingdale|
|21||Camden Hay||A||6-2||205||So.||Victor, N.Y. / Victor|
|22||Jacob Moran||M||6-2||210||Fr.||Central Square, N.Y. / Central Square|
|23||Conner Fingar||M||6-1||200||Jr.||Penn Yan, N.Y. / Penn Yan Academy|
|24||Jack Pucci||A||6-5||215||So.||Huntington, N.Y. / Syosset||Nassau Community College|
|25||Parker Emmett||M||5-11||165||Fr.||Hoschton, Ga. / Mill Creek|
|26||Wil Pepe||D||6-5||215||Jr.||Watervliet, N.Y. / Shaker|
|27||Jezayd Hall||FO||5-4||165||Fr.||Mastic, N.Y. / William Floyd|
|28||Tyler Shook||M||5-10||185||So.||West Islip, N.Y. / West Islip|
|29||Michael Leschinsky||M||5-11||175||So.||Macungie, Pa. / Emmaus|
|30||Tommy Heller||GK||6-1||170||Jr.||Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. / Comsewogue|
|31||Owen Weathersby||D||6-3||200||Sr.||Louisville, Colo. / Boulder High School / Avon Old Farms|
|32||Perry Cassidy||GK||5-11||195||R-Sr.||East Steauket, N.Y. / Ward Melville||Western Connecticut State University|
|33||Sam Hixon-Milks||LSM||6-0||190||Sr.||Springboro, Ohio / Springboro||Onondaga Community College|
|35||Jack Peterson||D||6-3||220||Jr.||Penn Yan, N.Y. / Penn Yan Academy|
|36||Thomas Rodriguez Jr.||FO||5-9||185||So.||White Bear Lake, Minn. / White Bear Lake|
|37||Garrett Maxwell||D||6-1||190||Jr.||Plainville, Mass. / King Philip|
|39||Blake Runkle||D||6-3||215||Jr.||Hartford, Conn. / Staples|
|40||John Prizzi||M||5-11||173||So.||Kingston, N.Y. / Kingston|
|41||Parker Winkky||A||6-5||220||Fr.||Horseheads, N.Y. / Horseheads|
|42||Connor Fundis||D||6-3||205||Fr.||Fairport, N.Y. / Fairport|
|43||Patrick Mai||M||6-0||175||So.||Islip, N.Y. / Islip|
|44||Logan Tucker||A/M||5-10||180||So.||Massapequa, N.Y. / Massapequa|
|45||Graydon Hogg||A/M||5-9||180||Jr.||Oshawa, Ontario / The Hill Academy|
|47||Kevin Groom||D||6-1||185||So.||Bethpage, N.Y. / Bethpage|
|48||Conlon Crowley||D||6-1||185||Fr.||Vestal, N.Y. / Vestal|
|50||Jacob Webb||LSM||5-10||170||Fr.||Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. / The Kings Academy|
|55||Davon Johnson||M||6-2||225||So.||Harlem, N.Y. / Vermont Academy PG/Frederick Douglass Academy 1|
|77||Declan Palandjian||M||6-3||215||Sr.||Belmont, Mass. / Avon Old Farms|
|88||Jake Piseno||LSM||5-8||180||Jr.||Liverpool, N.Y. / Liverpool|
|91||Elijah Gash||D||6-4||210||Sr.||South Lyon, Mich. / Bay Port||St. Ambrose University|
|99||Sam Stratton||D||6-2||205||So.||Fayetteville, N.Y. / Fayetteville-Manlius|
|1||Nick Martini||So.||Attack||5-10||180||Westfield, NJ / Westfield|
|2||Patrick Caldwell||Fr.||Midfield||6-0||165||Bernardsville, NJ / Bernards|
|3||Eli Fisher||Jr.||Midfield||6-1||175||Allentown, PA / Parkland|
|4||Dan McCauley||Gr.||Midfield||5-10||180||St. Louis, MO / St. John Vianney||DePauw|
|5||Cristian Mercado||So.||Attack||6-0||155||Wading River, NY / Shoreham-Wading River|
|6||Daniel Mercado||Fr.||Faceoff/Midfielder||5-11||155||Wading River, NY / Shoreham-Wading River|
|7||Tyler Lawton||Sr.||Midfield||5-11||190||Summit, NJ / New Providence||Syracuse|
|8||Jack Silver||So.||Defense||6-4||205||Los Angeles, CA / Brewster Academy|
|9||Conor Julich||Fr.||Midfield||5-10||165||Islip, NY / Islip|
|10||Matt Hallenbeck||Sr.||Defense||5-11||180||Bodheadsville, PA / Pleasant Valley|
|11||Benjamin Stewart||Jr.||Midfield||6-2||205||New Westminister, British Columbia, Canada / New Westminister / Hofstra|
|12||Ben Pagesy||Sr.||Goalie||5-11||165||Woolwich Township, NJ / Kingsway Regional|
|13||Stephen Dwyer||Sr.||Midfield||6-4||230||Somerville, NJ / Immaculata|
|14||Jack Brady||Sr.||Attack||6-3||175||Scotch Plains, NJ / Scotch Plains-Fanwood|
|15||JT Turnquist||So.||Midfield||6-1||175||Ossining, NY / Ossining|
|16||Nick Azzopardi||Jr.||Defense||6-0||195||Wayne, NJ / Wayne Hills|
|17||Matt Morris||Gr.||Defense||6-6||230||Rensselear, NY / Columbia HS||Stony Brook|
|18||Giovanni Armocida||So.||Defense||5-11||180||Barrington, IL / St. Viator|
|19||Hudson Moss||Fr.||Defense||5-11||170||Wheaton, IL / Wheaton|
|20||Danny Cassidy||Gr.||Defense||6-1||215||Wading River / Shoreham-Wading River||Stony Brook|
|21||Danny Brady||Jr.||Goalie||6-1||175||East Windsor, NJ / Notre Dame HS|
|22||Anthony Sand||So.||Attack||6-3||220||Seaford, NY / St. Dominic|
|23||Jake Nelson||Fr.||Midfield||5-10||195||Hewitt, NJ / Bergen Catholic|
|24||Noah Patterson||Jr.||Midfield||5-9||175||Lampeter, PA / Lampeter-Strasburg|
|25||Dylan Haase||Fr.||Midfield||6-2||175||Williston Park, NY / Herricks|
|27||Quin Hoke||Fr.||Midfield||6-2||185||Bethlehem, PA / Freedom|
|28||Bobby Blewett||So.||Faceoff Specialist||6-1||190||Drexel Hill, PA / Haverford School|
|29||Dylan Festa||Fr.||Defense||6-1||180||Newton, NJ / Kittatinny|
|30||James Rea||Fr.||Midfield||6-2||200||Brick, NJ / Brick Township|
|31||Nate Yi||Fr.||Goalie||5-11||175||Collegeville, PA / Academy of the New Church|
|32||Lance Rainer||So.||Midfield||5-11||195||Moorestown, NJ / Penn Charter School|
|33||Daren Mayer||So.||Defense||5-11||165||Whitehouse Station, NJ / Hunterdon Central|
|34||Will McGrath||Fr.||Defense||6-1||185||Silver Spring, MD / Northwood|
|35||John Wright||Jr.||Goalkeeper||5-11||175||Keene, NH / The Hill Academy||Delaware|
|37||Carson Skinner||Fr.||Attack||6-0||200||Spartanburg, SC / Dorman|
|40||Ethan Sieb||Fr.||Attack||6-0||175||Frankfort, IL / Lincoln-Way East|
|41||Tommy Scarpello||Sr.||Defense||6-1||180||Tabernacle, NJ / Seneca|
|42||Brendan Higgins||Jr.||Defense||6-2||185||Troy, MI / Brother Rice|
|43||Tommy Egan||Fr.||Defense||5-11||185||Flemington, NJ / Hunterdon Central Regional|
|44||Aidan Clark||So.||Midfield||6-1||185||Randolph, NJ / Randolph|
|45||Matt Rueter||Sr.||Faceoff Specialist||6-3||205||Moorestown, PA / Holy Ghost Prep||NJIT|
2021 Mercury Boys Lacrosse Team-by-Team Preview – PA Prep Live
Head coach: Grady Wise, 5th season
2019 record: 8-1 PAC, 12-7 overall, PAC semifinals, District 1-3A qualifier
Players to watch: Seniors Lane Yergey, A; Zach Kuhar, A/M, JR Rhoads, D; Brendan Smith, D; John McGrath, M/FO; Jonathan Mayan, M. Junior Adam Gallagher, M.
Outlook: Boyertown enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2019 by finishing second in the PAC regular season. Six Bear seniors are committed to play in college – Lane Yergey (Gwynedd Mercy), Zach Kuhar (Misericordia), Jacob Rhoads (Immaculata), Brendan Smith (Hood), John McGrath (Neumann Univ.) and Jonathan Mayan (Bentley College) – and will be looked upon to lead this spring. McGrath and Wyatt Yerger should form a formidable faceoff duo according to coach Grady Wise. Converted midfielder Zac Womer, a junior, steps into goal to fill a void at the position. “He is a true testament of a selfless teammate,” Wise said of Womer. Wise hopes the defense can gel quickly in order for Boyertown to contend for the PAC anda place in the District 1-3A playoffs.
Head coach: Jake Snyder, 5th season
2019 record: 4-6 Berks, 7-9 overall
Players to watch: Seniors Jude Segaline, att.; Carter Adams, def.; Nathan Tindall, mid.; Owen Wagenmann, mid. Sophomore Colin Wagner, A.
Outlook: With an inexperienced unit on defense the Blazers may face an uphill climb in 2021. Coach Jake Snyder sees the attack as a potential strength, but its opportunities could be limited.
Head coach: Mike Murphy, 3rd season
2019 record: 5-10 overall
Players to watch: Seniors Cory Capri, A; John Imperato, M; Carter Straub, M; Brett Reynolds, FO; Cooper Sugden, SS; Andrew Chirieleison, D. Juniors Will Lesko, A: Mike Kapral, A; Will Schaller, D/LSM; Kenry Komosa, G. Sophomores Anthony McMullan, M; Jesse Corser-James, D/LSM.
Outlook: It appears the foundation is finally set for Hill lacrosse since head coach Mike Murphy’s arrival. The highly accomplished former college coach of 22 years, including seven as head coach at Colgate, and assistant coach of the 2019 Premier Lacrosse League champion Whipsnakes came to Hill ahead of the 2019 season that proved to be a transitional one. After the cancelled 2020 season, this spring finally presents the Blues a chance to showcase what’s been built. Hill features a strong roster that includes five college commits, including senior attack Cory Capri (Yale), senior faceoff/midfielder Brett Reynolds (Colgate), senior midfielders John Imperato (Bellarmine) and Carter Straub (Bentley) and junior defender/long-stick midfielder Will Schaller (Maryland). The Hill schedule features 10 games centered around the five-game Mid-Atlantic Prep League season culminating with a May 15 home meeting against rival Lawrenceville.
Head coach: Matt Saxon, 2nd season
2019 record: 3-6 PAC, 5-12 overall
Players to watch: Seniors Justin Sanelli, A; Mike Merola, M; Justin Gumienny, D/M; Quin Shields, D. Juniors Cam Light, LSM; Brody Borkowski, FO; Owen Avelar, G.
Outlook: Methacton is hoping to get back in the top half of the PAC this spring while hoping to control the tempo of games thanks to the skills of faceoff specialist Brody Borkowski. In Matt Saxon’s second season (first featuring games), the coach is on the lookout for consistency in the performances. If they can find that, Saxon’s optimism is high: “I think this is going to be a year where we could really turn some heads.”
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Head Coach: Nick Mitchell, 2nd season
2019 record: 6-3 PAC, 9-9 overall, District 1-3A qualifier
Players to watch: Senior Dylan Mercadante, M. Juniors Andy Giandonato, LSM; Josh Devine, M; Parker Waldman, D; Will Jaeger, A.
Outlook: Cohesion is a thing on everyone’s mind this spring especially after the lost 2020 season. OJR head coach Nick Mitchell believes he has it with the Wildcats’ defensive unit. “We have a strong returning core on defense that has been working together for a number of years,” said Mitchell. Fitness is front of mind for Mitchell with so much time away, too. “Getting into game shape after so long an offseason and quick preseason will be a challenge for everyone this year,” he said. That’s one of many unknowns in a spring where OJR will hope to return to the upper tier of the PAC and earn a spot in districts.
Head Coach: David Antoniewicz, 4th season
2019 record: 12-6 overall, TCL regular season and playoff champion
Players to watch: Senior Harrison Gavin, M/A. Junior Logan Brassington, D. Freshman Rowan Baringer, A.
Outlook: It’s a long time to keep a winning streak intact, but that doesn’t make the Panthers any less motivated to maintain it. Perk School closed the 2019 season with seven consecutive wins, resulting in a Tri-County League championship. The goal is to keep the wins going and repeat the feat in 2021. We have a goal of ending the season on top of the league again this year,” head coach Dave Antoniewicz said. Antoniewicz knows his squad will be up to speed. “We have a fair number of players who have great speed and ability to evade pressure. We should match up well in the transition game,” he said. Perk returns only one starter on defense from 2019 and will need to gain its footing on that side of the ball.
Jack Scaliti, right, and Harrison Schlachta, left, are two leading returning players for Perkiomen Valley this spring. (Austin Hertzog – MNG file)
Head Coach: Bryan Churchey, 9th season
2019 Record: 7-2 PAC, 11-9 overall, PAC runner-up, District 1-3A first round
Players to watch: Seniors Jack Scaliti, A; Sam Nice, M; Dillon Kane, M; Aidan Owens, LSM; Thomas Carroll, D; Justin Coates, D; Jacob Klosinski, G. Juniors Matt Farrington, A; Dane Hagen, A; Harrison Schlachta, M; Aidan McCabe, M; Dallas Pulliam, Mid/FO. Sophomores Colin Delo, M/FO; Noah Delo, M/FO.
Outlook: By season’s end in 2019, seven of the Vikings’ 10 starters were underclassmen, experience that will be even more valuable after two years away. Head coach Bryan Churchey is full of praise for his senior group led by captains Jack Scaliti, Sam Nice and Gavin Stevens. “Our senior leadership has been outstanding,” he said. “Kudos to all of them for getting guys gym memberships, building their own weight rooms, doing cardio, stick work, etc. all offseason and holding their teammates accountable … regardless of how things go I will remember the character and work ethic these boys put in on their own during a global pandemic to prepare their team for the uncertainties this 2021 season will bring.” PV is more seasoned in nearly all areas compared to 2019, except for the faceoff where the graduation of former star Matt Brock will be felt. PV has worked its way into the top tier of the PAC in recent years. This just may be the year it reaches the summit.
Head coach: Jason Costello, 2nd season
2019 record: 4-5 PAC, 9-8 overall
Players to watch: Seniors Dylan New, LSM; Max Strunk, D; Ryan Harth, D; Ryan Gilleland, M; Matt Sims, M; Bryan Maguire, A; Andrew Carranti, A; Nolan Martin, G.
Outlook: The Phantoms look to be a rising team in the PAC with a reliable defense led by Susquehanna commit Dylan New and goalie Nolan Martin, a Post (Conn.) University commit. Vassar commit Ryan Gilleland and Marymount (Va.) commit Bryan McGuire will lead the attack. With 19 varsity returning players, Costello, who joined the Phantoms before the cancelled 2020 season, sees a well-balanced team that has its sights set on reaching “the district playoffs in May, and make a strong run for a state playoff berth.”
POPE JOHN PAUL II
Head coach: Matthew Bildstein, 2nd season
2019 record: 0-9 PAC, 1-14 overall
Players to watch: Seniors Kameryn Herpich-Hershaw, D; Ambrose Colliluori, A; Justin Kormos, LSM; Ben Cobaugh, D; Daniel Maine, G; Ethan O’Pake, D; Christopher Bruder, D. Junior Luke Sykes, M. Sophomores Eric Zadroga, M/A; Connor Gucwa, A; Shane Flynn, A.
Outlook: PJP went winless in the PAC in 2019 but it’s a new era under 2012 alum Matt Bildstein. “We’ve got a hungry group excited for the opportunity to compete this spring,” Bildstein said. “The kids have really shown up with a focus everyday ready to get better and ready to finally get back on the field after the covid shutdown last spring.” Kameryn Herpich-Hershaw, Ben Cobaugh and Justin Kormos will lead the defense while Ambrose Colliluori and Luke Sykes head the attack. PJP is hoping for key contributions from a promising sophomore class as well. “Our expectation is to compete to the best of our abilities no matter whom the opponent is,” Bildstein said.
Head coach: Jason Gault, 4th season
2019 record: 1-8 PAC, 4-14 overall
Players to watch: Seniors Justin Wescoat, M; Colin Bradley, A. Juniors Maxwell Neeson, D; Tyler Kaufman, A.
Outlook: Despite the challenges of the past year, Pottsgrove head coach Jason Gault sees an upward trajectory with the Falcons. “We’re very happy with the progress the program is making, and are building a culture of hard work and commitment that translates to success on the field,” he said. Pottsgrove will look to the leadership of senior midfielder Justin Wescoat, a Hartford commit. PAC wins have been hard to come by for the Falcons in recent years, a trend they’ll hope also finds an upward trajectory this spring. “We appreciate all the hard work and dedication the boys are giving early in the season to help us keep growing,” Gault said.
Head coach: Kevin Donnelly, 18th season
2019 record: 9-0 PAC, 14-6 overall, PAC champion, District 1-3A second round
Players to watch: Seniors Nick Teets, A; Corey Fiore, D; Joey Chillano, A; Joe Brogan, M; Aaron Judge, M; Matt Smith, G; Santi Sosa, D. Junior Christian Marchini, M.
Outlook: It took a cancelled season to halt the Fams’ dominance of the Pioneer Athletic Conference. The winners of nine straight PAC championships, Spring-Ford looks to pick up where it left off, but coach Kevin Donnelly is keenly aware of that challenge, even for the league’s premier program. “The biggest question for all teams this year is how the loss of last year will impact player development,” he said. “There is a lot of growth that occurs in each progressive year which these players missed. There will be a gap. How each team will overcome it will be the question.” The Rams have little carryover from the 2019 lineup except for senior attack and Monmouth commit Nick Teets, who may be the PAC’s top returning player. The expectations are always high for the Rams and maintaining the PAC title streak is something that will have motivated every player in the time away. “We are a very balanced team this year and will really rely on our players to play within our systems to create advantageous positions,” Donnelly said. There are few certainties this fall, but picking Spring-Ford to top the PAC and push for a PIAA playoff berth is the safest bet around.
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– Can you imagine what hockey will be like in 5 or 10 years?
– Even faster. You know, I used to be somewhat ghostly about lacrosse and other similar tricks. Why train it? Now my worldview is changing. I once had dinner with an acquaintance.His son plays field hockey in Germany. I ask how things are going, and he replies that his son will definitely not play professionally. I was surprised the guy is only 12 years old. And there, even at his age, the ball almost never falls on the lawn. They are worn, all overhang. Technology on a completely different level. We, I think, will have a similar picture.
First, the speeds will increase even more. The next generation is a priori faster and stronger. Secondly, the technique will be improved. Now all the guys are busy with small balls.We didn’t have that. They were brought by the Swedes, including the NHL. You can spend time with them from morning to evening. I brushed my teeth and drove off. Thanks to this, not even the most talented guy can hone his game with a club. Many pucks are already being caught on the fly. What ten years ago was perceived as “wow” is now normal.
– Now one VHL player puts in lacrosse three or four pieces per season.
– And before the stamps were produced. Although only ten years have passed. At the World Championships, my wife called me.I left the locker room. I saw Kucherov fiddling with a golf ball. Then I go on, and there is Johnny Goodro with a plastic washer. True, the story has a bad ending. I came to Magnitogorsk, told the guys. One started to study, and the other comes up and says “what are you, Kucherov?” And it all ended there. Now, however, the guys are studying. This is partly included in the warm-up, at least in the preseason.
– Now the Kucherovs are not ashamed to be …
– The Kucherovs are not ashamed to be.Turns out! Perhaps, if they obeyed, they would be close to Nikita. True, this is very difficult. At least they became hockey players of a higher level.
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All years 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 All buildings 800th Anniversary of Kolomna Boulevard, 3 800th Anniversary of Kolomna Boulevard, 12A Astakhova, 39 Spring, 28
Autumn holiday in kindergarten !!!29.10.2021
Will paint the autumn drops with mother-of-pearl
The foliage of trees, roofs and asphalt …
It is so sickening to listen to the coming in the morning
Ravens hoarse outside the window noises.
But if the humble sun peeps through
Through the muslin of painted foliage,
And the mirror puddles will shine with gloss,
And the fingers will reach for them …
The soul will fly over this beauty
Following the cranes flying to the south,
And the sky is blue, her last days.
Photo album of the “Snowdrops” group
Autumn Festival in the senior groups “Dandelions”, “Forget-me-nots” and “Sunflowers”
Beware of fire!26.10.2021
Annually in the Moscow region as a result of fires, about 20 children die, including half of them were left unattended by their parents! Save your child’s life! # education of the Moscow region # education of the village # city district # kindergarten40 sun # safetyRead more
From October 15 to November 15, the month “Take care of your eyes” starts10/14/2021
Listen! When they want,
For the thing to serve us without time,
No wonder people say:
“Keep it like the apple of your eye! “
And so that your eyes, my friend,
Could last for a long time,
Remember two dozen lines
On the final page:
PROTECT YOUR VISION !!!
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Solnyshka’s teachers are among the best educators who have received professional awards.08.10.2021
The Certificate of Honor of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation was awarded to E. Yu. Kulbovskaya – teacher-defectologist. O.P. Pustovalova, physical culture instructor, was awarded an honorary diploma from the Ministry of Education of the Moscow Region. Congratulations to colleagues !!!
new classes of the project “Moscow schoolchildren’s Saturdays” / City news / Moscow website
Participants of the project “Moscow schoolchildren’s Saturdays” on September 28 will have classes in the capital’s universities and institutions of additional education.
Investigate combustion engine
Place: Moscow Automobile and Highway State Technical University
Address: Leningradskiy prospect, 64
Time: 10: 00-11: 30
During the lecture, students will learn how the internal combustion engine works, where it is used and how its individual systems and mechanisms work.
Registration is required to participate.
Location: school number 648
Address: Flotskaya street, 11
Time: 11: 00-12: 30
Athletes of the Russian national lacrosse team will hold a master class on this team game, which was invented by the Indians back in the 15th century.It involves two teams that must hit the opponent’s goal with a rubber ball using a special stick. It is necessary to bring sportswear and shoes to the lesson.
Participation by prior registration.
Work with cards
Place: State University of Land Management
Address: Kazakova street, 15
Time: 11: 00-12: 30
At a workshop at the State University on land management, schoolchildren will be taught how to work with topographic maps.The guys will learn how to determine geographic coordinates and distances between points in kilometers.
Registration is required to participate.
Place: City Psychological and Pedagogical Center of the Department of Education and Science (branches “Konkovo”, “Krylatskoye”, “Lyublino”, “Otradnoe”, “Horoshevo-Mnevniki”)
Address: General Antonov street, 5a
Time: 11: 00-13: 00
Specialists of the City Psychological and Pedagogical Center will hold a series of business games in several districts of the city at once.Participants will learn how to write a resume correctly, find out what types of interviews exist, and learn how to talk about themselves in just 30 seconds.
Participation by prior registration.
Place: All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology
Address: Timiryazevskaya street, 42
Time: 11: 00-14: 00
As part of the “Scientific Saturday”, schoolchildren will be able to visit the laboratories of the All-Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology.On an interactive tour, they will get acquainted with the discoveries in the field of biotechnology, awarded the Nobel Prize, at a lecture they will learn about methods of processing biological information, and at a master class they will isolate DNA from plants.
Registration is required to participate.
Place: Moscow State Linguistic University
Address: Ostozhenka street, 38
Time: 11: 30-12: 50
Teachers of the Moscow Linguistic University will show in a master class how with the help of songs in Italian you can easily master grammar, for example, the use of articles and prepositions, conjugation of verbs, and also replenish vocabulary.
Entrance to the master class by prior registration.
Master digital technologies
Place: National Research Technological University “MISiS”
Address: Leninsky prospect, 4
Time: 11: 50-13: 25
At the National Research Technological University “MISiS” high school students will learn how artificial intelligence helps to extract minerals and what digital and robotic technologies are used in the development of mineral resources.
Registration is required to participate.
Complete chess quest
Place: Russian State Social University
Address: Wilhelm Pieck Street, 4, Building 8
Time: 12: 00-13: 30
An experienced sports psychologist will conduct training with the participants of the quest and offer to complete tasks to develop willpower and stress resistance. The children will learn how chess helps in the formation of personality, and will play rare games that famous chess players of the world use for psychological training.
Participation by prior registration.
Place: Moscow Aviation Institute
Address: Volokolamskoe highway, house 4, building 6
Time: 12: 00-14: 00
At the master class, Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander Krivilev will talk about promising directions in the development of robotics – conducting robotic microsurgical operations and controlling aircraft.In addition, the children will get acquainted with the technologies that made it possible to make a breakthrough in the development of robotics: autonomous power supplies, artificial intelligence and machine vision.
Registration is required to participate.
Place: Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sports, Youth and Tourism
Address: Lilac Boulevard, 4
Time: 12: 00-14: 00
Children are welcome at the Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sports, Youth and Tourism, where they can learn about gymnastics of the past, modern artistic gymnastics and gymnastics of the future, and also see how exercises have changed from ancient times to the present day.
Participation by prior registration.
Benefit from oil
Place: Russian University of Chemical Technology named after D.I. Mendeleev
Address: 1st Miusskaya street, 3
Time: 13: 30-15: 00
Senior pupils are expected to attend a lecture at the Russian University of Chemical Technology named after D.I. Mendeleev. Dmitry Staroverov, PhD in Chemistry, will tell you why petrochemical products have become an integral part of our lives and how they help track and field athlete Usain Bolt to set world records.
Admission to the lecture is only by prior registration.
Read Arkady Gaidar
Place: Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov
Address: microdistrict Leninskie Gory, building 1, building 51
Time: 15: 00-16: 30
A lecture from the cycle “History of Russia in the Fates of Writers” will be dedicated to the classic of children’s literature – Arkady Gaidar. Students will learn why his works became famous in the past and are still relevant today.
Participation by prior registration.
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Lizhnev Yuri, Krasnoyarsk
It was required to replace the crown on one side of the house, called ordinary builders who they didn’t do this and they pushed my house off the foundation and the house collapsed, puzzling accidentally saw an advertisement – we will raise it, jack it up, move the house, replace the crowns, repair foundation.I immediately called, the guys responded and two days later, to my surprise, the house returned to the old foundation and the cost of the work was adequate. Recomend for everybody!
Semyonova Natalia, Krasnoyarsk
My bathhouse was crooked and I needed to replace the crown, as I thought, on the one hand, but it turned out to replace the lower rims of the bath from all sides. I called the guys, they gave me a short the bath for new larch logs was installed and even impregnated so as not rot and fungus was not.I am very happy !!!
Maslova Natalia, Krasnoyarsk
The house was buried in the ground and thought that it was necessary to demolish this and build another. But a friend stopped me and I advised the guys who are ready to rebuild my house. And I am very happy that this particular the company carried out repairs to the foundations of a wooden house, as specialists of normal and it is difficult to find decent, ready to repair the old foundation, they even made me removal of garbage from the dacha, which has accumulated over a long time !!!
Kondratyev Nikolay, Krasnoyarsk
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Sergeev Alexander, Krasnoyarsk
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Petrov Andrey, Krasnoyarsk
It was necessary to renovate the house and it was necessary to raise the corner of the house, but how to raise the house correctly and I don’t know how to raise the walls of the house, I watched the repair of the foundation video and still did not understand anything, but the guys were able to raise the wooden house with a jack, and made repairs to the foundation under the house.
Taranyuk Artyom, Krasnoyarsk
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I typed in the search engine “Old wooden house repair” and found a team – repair wreaths of a wooden house, very smoothly and quickly carried out the work.Cottage repair cost not expensive, they have, as I understand it, the repair of houses and summer cottages in the blood. We did everything neatly, exactly, you will not find fault.
Evgeniy Primak, Krasnoyarsk
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Anisimov Alexander, Krasnoyarsk
I advise “Hercules24” to everyone, it was necessary to make a basement for pickles and preserves, they made a large and convenient with a comfortable entrance, ventilation in the basement works well, everything is of high quality and comfortable. Well done !!!
Krostylev Vadim, Krasnoyarsk
We made a fence from a profiled sheet, completed the installation of screw piles around the house, raised the house by 1 meter, they drove the channel under the house, which stood on the crate on the screw piles, and now the house stands high – a class screw foundation !!!90,000 Canadian Notes: Pro Lacrosse
Today is a short photo report and a story about an ancient Indian sport that is developing and gaining popularity all over the world … On Saturday we were lucky to visit the “most Canadian” game called Lacrosse – Lacrosse.
The whole action took place at the Scotiabank Saddledome. (Since this year, the bank has bought the right to use its name before the name of the famous arena) … We have been to several Calgary Flames games and love this stadium very much.
Our guys played against Colorado … Mammoths (their team is so called) …
I did not make a reservation, saying our team. The thing is, one of my bosses co-owns Calgary Roughnecks. So, we looked at the game with a particularly biased view …
The rules were explained to us in the course of the game.Of course, I don’t know all the rules, but I understood the main ones. Here are some NLL rules (other leagues play lacrosse differently).
The game is very dynamic. It is often compared to hockey and basketball, a cold mixture of the two. More …
Hockey : “Great five and a goalkeeper” are played on the hockey rink, fives are replaced during the match, the referees are monitoring the numerical strength. There are penalties for 2 minutes and 5 minutes, in special cases – until the end of the match.
There are sticks – sticks, but they are special – like nets used to catch the ball. The average ball speed is 100 – 180 km / h. Sometimes, it is very difficult to know who has the ball at the moment. Contacts are allowed, including sticks … Sometimes they fight like in hockey, but this is more for the public … There is a goalkeeper zone – you cannot shoot from it at the goal. Almost all the ammunition is hockey. Therefore, outwardly, it is very reminiscent of ice hockey …
Basketball : from basketball they took the time format – 4 quarters of 15 minutes of net time.The team is given 30 seconds to attack, and 10 seconds to exit their zone. For this reason, the game is jerky, there are many “tactical” pauses …
… From basketball, of course, during the breaks, a cheerleader performance …
In Calgary, the game began to gain popularity when the Roughnecks were registered in the city (10 years ago). Now at the matches there are about 10 thousand spectators, I confess, the figure amazed me a little ….
On Saturday there were 9.5 thousand …
Now a few words about the match.
We weren’t very lucky at first. We threw a lot, but no result.
As it turned out, the rival goalkeeper played in Calgary last season. But he was sold in
Colorado and was seriously motivated for this reason …
And I must say he dragged everything, or almost everything! See the numbers on the scoreboard …
The coach and the opponents constantly talked to the referees …
This was suggestive!And after several episodes, there was no doubt !…. : 0)
I think we should have put this goalkeeper on the goal. In any case, his surname is formidable …
Until the last seconds it was not clear how the match would end. The score was 7: 7. But on the last attack, 2 seconds before the end of the match (tactical calculation), the mammoths scored the winning goal .