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Philly boys’ high school previews: Hill School, Devon Prep

Friday, 18th March 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/18/11

This is one of a series of previews for the 2011 Philly lacrosse season

Team: The Hill School

Coach: Harlow “Ned” Ide, 12th season

Last Year’s Record: 9-7, Middle Atlantic Prep League Co-Champion

Key returnees:
Duncan Saunders, Goalie, Junior, committed to North Carolina
Tom Shade, Close defense, committed to Army
Graham Conlan, Close Defense
Eric Neumeyer, Midfield
Ted Walter, Midfield
Nate Smith-Ide, Attack, second leading scorer in 2010

Key newcomers:
Jack Wallice, Attack
Gregor Davidheiser, Attack
Jimmy Ryan, LSM

Coach’s Outlook for 2011 season:
“We open at Calvert Hall, Episcopal High (Va), and Episcopal Academy so we’ll have a good idea of who we are and can be early. With a good group of players, we are looking forward to competing in Inter-Ac Invitational and Katie Samson Festiva.l”

Team: Devon Prep

Coach: Joe Lore, 1st Year

Last Year’s Record: 4-8; Devon Prep will play in the newly formed, five team Bicentennial League

Key returnees:
Ben Senss , Junior, Goalie
Matt Baldassano, Senior, Defense
Colin Feeney, Senior, Midfield
Pat Robbins, Senior, Midfield
Alex Sidor, Senior, Midfield
Michael Knaus, Sophomore, Attack
Andrew Fletcher, Senior, Attack

Others to Watch
Jason Smith, Senior, Defense
Michael Varricchio, Junior, Defense
Nick Weis, Junior, Defense
Dan Lewis, Junior, Defense
Reese Bowden, Sophomore, Defense
Matt Swatski, Junior, Midfield
Matt Magnotta, Junior, Midfield
David Welsh, Junior, Midfield.
Ed Finn, Senior, Attack
Joe Geiger, Junior, Attack
Justin Hayden, Sophomore, Attack

Coach’s Outlook for 2011 season:“The Tide is in their second year as a varsity program. We anticipate making great strides while installing a completely new system. The keys to our success will be our ability to improve our lacrosse IQ while continuing to develop and improve our fundamentals.”

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