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Philly boys’ high school previews: Suburban One National Conference’s Pennsbury, Neshaminy

Sunday, 20th March 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Posted 3/20/11

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

Team: Pennsbury

Coach: Jamie Huber, 2nd year

Last year’s record: 17-3, 2nd overall in Suburban One National Conference, 2nd round District One playoffs

Key Returnees:
Drew Sweetland, Junior, Goalie, 2nd Team All SOL
Dan Marr, Senior, Defense, 1st Team All SOL
Lewis Sears, Junior, 3rd Team All SOL
Zach McDannell, Junior, Honorable Mention SOL
Sean Rinko, Senior
Ricky Jutkiewicz, Senior, Midfield, 2nd Team All SOL
Evan Caterson, Junior, 3rd Team All SOL
Ryan McDonald, Junior
Josh Caven, Senior, Attack, 1st Team All SOL, committed to Centenary
Calvin Hopkins, Junior, 3rd Team All SOL
Andrew Probst, Junior

Coach’s Outlook for 2011 Season:
“This season the Falcons hope to build on the success of last year while navigating through very difficult conference and non-conference schedules, with the goal of making
it back to the District One playoffs.”

Team: Neshaminy

Coach: Josh Hanlon, 6th season

Last year’s record: 7-11

Key returnees:
Jimmy Roessener, Attack
Keenan Skeels, Attack

Jordan Forman, Defense
Connor Bishop, Midfield

Jake Kitchenman, Defense
Dillion Richards, LSM
Alex McKenzie, Midfield
Steve Corletto, Midfield

Others to watch:
Shane Quinn, Attack
Cory Majors, Midfield

Andy MacDonald, Midfield

Austin Marshall, Goalie
Austin Transue, Midfield
John Blickle, Midfield

Coach’s Outlook for 2011 season:
“This is the most athletic team I have had during my coaching career. We are fast and can play very physically. The offense has the ability to work well together as a unit and as a group we communicate well. Over half of the roster is made up of sophomores. We need our younger players to step up and make an impact. A few key juniors and seniors will step into leadership roles. We are young but experienced. The team will look to contend for a Suburban One crown.”

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