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One more Philly player added to final roster for ESPN RISE Warrior 40 skills event July 7-9 at Harvard

Tuesday, 28th June 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, Events, Features, High School, Recruiting, Tournaments  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/28/11
Staff Report

One more Philly player has been added to the final roster of the ESPN RISE Warrior 40, which will feature many of the top-rated boys’ lacrosse underclassmen in the nation in a three-day skills event July 7-9 at Harvard University.

Bishop Shanahan rising senior defenseman Chris Panichelli has been added to the final roster, giving Philly six players. Six players had already been selected, but one – Haverford School defenseman/LSM Will McNamara – had to pull out due to a scheduling conflict with the USA U-19 tryouts.

Players competing in the Warrior 40 will receive expert coaching from Major League Lacrosse all-stars and other top coaches and then compete in skills events (tape delayed on ESPNU). They will play in a game that will be televised (tape delay) on ESPNU and also be introduced at halftime to the crowd at the MLL All-Star Game July 9 at Harvard.

The final roster:

Ryan Ambler, Jr., Abington (Abington, Pa.), attack
Ambler helped lead Abington to the PIAA quarterfinals last season and earned All-EPSLA First Team honors. He is verbally committed to Princeton.

Tyler Brooke, Jr., Conestoga (Berwyn, Pa.), attack
Brooke scored 35 goals and added 17 assists; helping lead Conestoga to its secondstraight PIAA state championship. He is committed to Maryland.

Eddie Morris, Jr., Malvern Prep (Malvern, Pa.), defense
Morris was deadly in transitions during the Mid-Atlantic regional, helping him earn Defensive MVP honors. He is committed to Johns Hopkins.

Chris Panichelli Jr., Bishop Shanahan (Downingtown, Pa.), defense/lsm
Panichelli earned First Team honors in the Ches-Mont League last season, helping Bishop Shanahan to a 14-5 record. He is committed to Drexel.

Sam Rohr, Jr., Haverford School (Haverford, Pa.), midfield
Described as “quick as greased lightening” by one coach, Rohr helped the Fords go 23-0 and claim the distinction of national champion. He is committed to Penn.

Justin Verratti, Jr., Salesianum (Wilmington, Del.), defense
A shut-down defenseman, Verratti showed good footwork the ability to defend some of the best attackers in the area during the regional tryout. He helped Salesianum to the state title and is committed to Loyola.

Patric Berkery, Jr., Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.) 2012, midfield
Kelton Black, Jr., Calvert Hall (Baltimore, Md.), midfield
Matt Chanenechuk, Jr., St. Anthony’s (South Huntington, N.Y.), attack
Jordan Cunningham, Jr., Lovett School (Atlanta, Ga.), lsm
Conor Dalton, Jr., Loyola-Blakefield (Towson, Md.) attack
Connor Darcey, Jr., Wellesley (Wellesley, Mass.), goalie
Niall Devaney, Jr., Canterbury School (New Milford, Conn.), attack
Wilkins Dismuke, Soph., Rock Canyon (Highlands Ranch, Colo.), attack
Matt Emery, Soph., St. Ignatius (San Francisco, Calif.), midfield
Nick Fields, Soph., Bullis (Potomac, Md.), lsm
Zack Fixen, Jr., Palos Verdes (Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.), midfield
Colin Flounlacker, Jr., Kent Island (Stevensville, Md.), midfield
Danny Fowler, Soph., Chaminade (Mineola, N.Y.), goalie
Justin Guterding, Soph., Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.), attack
Charlie Hushek, Jr., Brophy Prep (Phoenix, Ariz.), defense

Ahmed Iftikhar, Jr., Detroit Country Day (Detroit, Mich.), goalie
John Kelly, Jr., Brunswick (Greenwich, Conn.), attack
Riley Kennedy, Jr., Brother Rice (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.) attack
Gordie Koerber, Jr., Gilman (Baltimore, Md.), attack
Joe Kruy, Jr., Phillips Andover (Andover, Mass.), midfield
Jonathan LaMonica, Soph., St. Anthony’s (South Huntington, N.Y.), midfield
Sean McDonagh, Jr., St. Anthony’s (South Huntington, N.Y.), attack
Matt O’Keefe, Jr., Duxbury (Duxbury, Mass.), defense
Ryan Palasek, Jr., Rocky Point (Rocky Point, N.Y.), defense
Mac Pons, Soph., Boys’ Latin (Baltimore, Md.), defense
Greg Rhodes, Jr., Chaminade (Mineola, N.Y.), midfield
Oliver Saffery, Jr., Wellesley (Wellesley, Mass.), midfield
Charlie Schnider, Jr., Landon (Bethesda, Md.), midfield
Brian Sherlock, Jr., St. Anthony’s (South Huntington, N.Y.), midfield
Danny Simonetti, Jr., Cold Spring Harbor (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.), midfield
Timothy Stackpole Jr., St. Anthony’s (South Hungtington, N.Y.), defense
Greg Stamatov, Jr., Foxborough (Foxborough, Mass.), goalie
Maximillian Susskind, Jr., St. Andrew’s (Boca Raton, Fla.), midfield
Ky Tarbell, Jr., Salmon River (Fort Covington, N.Y.), attack
Curtis Townsend, Jr., Brunswick School (Greenwich, Conn.), long stick midfield
J.C. Vivian, Governor’s Academy (Byfield, Mass.), midfield
Henry White, Jr., St. Christopher’s (Richmond, Va.), midfield


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