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Philly boys’ high school preview: PAC-10′s Boyertown, Perk Valley, Phoenixville

Friday, 25th March 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/25/11
Courtesy of PAC-10Sports.com

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


Team: Boyertown

Coach: Jeromy Curry, 4th season

Last year’s record:
11-10, qualified for PAC-10 semifinals, District 1 playoffs.

Key returnees:
Troy Moyer Sr (mid) – 2nd team all-league in 2010, 1st team in 2008 & 2009
Matt Salvetti Sr (att) – 1st team all-league in 2010, 48g, 39a
Alex Millard Jr (att) – 30g, 15a
Tyler Fuhrman So (att) – 34g, 16a
Matt Richter Sr (ssdm, lsm) – key defensive midfielder
Tyler Shaw Sr (def) – 2nd team all-league in 2010

Key newcomers:
Tyler Orff Jr (mid)
Blake Wilhelmy Jr (def)
Tucker Macluckie Sr (goalie)

Coach’s outlook for 2011 season: “We have a great core group of seniors that have been playing varsity since the 9th grade and have shown they are ready to lead this team. We return strong groups on attack and defense. We have some important holes to fill most importantly in goal and on our second midfield line. Our success this year will be largely determined by how well our supporting cast performs.”

Team: Perkiomen Valley

Coach: Andy Wagner, 7th season

2010 record: 12-7 overall, 9-5 PAC-10 (third); Lost to eventual PAC-10 champion Owen J. Roberts 11-7 in PAC-10 semifinals, lost to Pennsbury 8-5 in first round of districts

Key returnees:

Pete Sclafani-Attack, committed to Ursinus College
Dave Duryea-Defense,F/O, committed to Ursinus College
Jake Lynn-midfielder, committed to Centenary
Ryan Boyd-Attack
Wes Johnson-Midfield
Dennis Flynn-Midfield
Lou Fioranvanti-Defense

Key newcomers:
Jamie Klementisz – Attack
Sean Tornetta – Attack
Sean Dickey – Midfield
Zane Himsworth – Attack/Midfield
Bryce Womak – Goalie
Mike Filopanti – Goalie

Coach’s outlook for 2011 season:

“The 2011 team will have a new look to it after losing 15 seniors to graduation. This year’s team is focused on competing and earning a spot back in the postseason. These guys do not want to be overlooked as they understand that many people believe we lost too much to compete again. It will be interesting to see how the new group of seniors blend with the youth that is coming up and contributing this year.”

Team: Phoenixville

Coach: Joe Youngblood, first season

2010 record: 4-14 Overall 3-11 PAC 10

Coach’s comments: “We are a relatively young team with only five seniors on the roster. We will need to rely on some younger guys to step up and fill holes in our lineup. This is a great group of young men who have continually risen to every challenge we have given them.”

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