Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 11/12/10
Plymouth Whitemarsh seniors Colin Joka (Marist) and Gryphin Kelly (Hobart) have signed National Letters of Intent to play Division I college lacrosse beginning in 2011-12.
The two players signed their letters Friday at a special ceremony at PW, along with Colonial coach Jeff Chang, their parents and their club coach, Rebel Elite’s Harry Sankey.
Joka, an attackman, scored 60 goals in 2010, earning First Team Suburban One American Conference honors for a team that went 12-7 and advanced to the District 1 tournament. Joka has more than 100 career goals and last year made the Fab Forty All-Star game at the Philly Lacrosse Showcase.
This past summer he starred for Team Philly in the adidas National Lacrosse Classic.
Kelly, a face-off specialist, made the Eastern Pennsylvania Scholastic Lacrosse Association Showcase in June and the Fab 40 team at the Philly Lacrosse Showcase last year.
Joka and Kelly are two of nearly 100 Philly boys and girls that are signing their Letters of Intent during the early signing period, which began Wednesday and extends to Nov. 17.
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