Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 8/3/10
The Chester county Jr. boys’ lacrosse team claimed the gold medal at the 2010 Keystone State Games last weekend at Penn State when it defeated Montgomery County, 7-1, in the championship game.
The Chesco team, led by head coach Jim Schorn and assistants Peter Scott and Drew
Bauer, finished at 7-0 with wins also over Bucks, Lehigh, Nittany, York and Delco.
Chesco used solid team play, strong defense and goaltending and superb passing to outscore its opponent, 72-14. All thirteen offensive players contributed a goal and/or assist throughout the weekend; with 37 of 72 goals coming off assists.
Richie Buzza, who stood out as a two-way middie and won 90 percent of his face-offs, was named the tournament MVP. Greg Merrill led the team in scoring with 14 goals and 6 assists while Ryan Hilburn had 11 goals and 6 assists. Wil Kay and Alex Mezey each scored six goals and Conor Glancy had five while Troy Gallen had four.
The team consisted of:
Dylan Alderman (Bishop Shanahan)
Ryan Hilburn (Malvern Prep)
Greg Merrill (Great Valley)
Jake Scott (Conestoga)
Christopher Antich (Owen J. Roberts)
Alex Mezey (Malvern Prep)
Josh Hughes (Great Valley)
Tommy Seifert (Bishop Shanahan)
Jon Weinstein (West Chester Rustin)
Hunter Eaton (Conestoga)
Steve Warburton (West Chester Henderson)
Peter Cost (Conestoga)
Pierre Atkinson (Malvern Prep)
Richie Buzza (Malvern Prep)
Conor Glancy (Malvern Prep)
Johnny Mehok (Bishop Shanahan)
Tripp Traynor (Malvern Prep)
Troy Gallen (Malvern Prep)
Wil Kay (Malvern Prep)
Kevin McGeary (Malvern Prep)
Carson Cocco (Malvern Prep)
Brent Millichap (West Chester Rustin)