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Philly boys’ H.S. previews: Suburban One’s Hatboro Horsham, Pennsbury

Wednesday, 20th March 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Previews  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/20/13

This is one of a series of previews for the 2013 Philly lacrosse season

Hatboro-Horsham

Coach: John Kurek, 12 years at HH, 2nd year as Head Coach

Last Year’s Record: 18-4, Sub One Continental Conference Champs, District Qualifier

Key Returnees:
Jim Murphy M
Jim Durkin A
Steve Palo M
Ryan Higgins M
Jake Cresta D
Keith Cameron D
Marc Poust G

Key Newcomers:
Zach Erwine A
Ben Cellini A
Matt McPoyle LSM
TJ Keleher D

“I think we have a great core coming back. They really committed to their off season work, both in the weight room and on the field. These guys know that nothing will come easy so they need to work for everything they want to be this year.”

Pennsbury Falcons

Coach: Jamie Huber 4th year as varsity head coach, 6th year in the program.

Last Year’s Record: Overall record 17-3, SOL National Conference 10-0, Playoffs 1-1. Went undefeated in the SOL National Conference winning the schools first ever-outright SOL Conference Championship. Earned the schools highest ever playoff seeding in the PIAA District 1 playoffs with the number 6 overall seed, before loosing in OT in the second round to eventual District One runner up Garnet Valley.

Key Returnees:
Goalie- Phil Jutkiewicz (senior) 3rd year as a Varsity member, 1st year as full time starter
Defense- Greg Kolowajtis (junior)
Defense, Jack Benziger (junior) honorable mention All-SOL National ’12
Defense, Ben Schnitzler (senior)
Defense, Matt Anderson (sophomore) 1st team All-SOL National ‘12
Midfield- Colin Sullivan (senior) 2nd team All SOL National ’12
Midfield, Lyle Arvanites (junior)
Midfield, John Conte (junior)

Key Newcomers:
Attack- Christian DeVaul (senior)
Attack, Grant Montgomery (junior)
Attack, Nick Dugan (junior)
Attack, Chase Mako (junior)
Midfield- Jared Petty (sophomore)
Midfield, Zach Abraham (freshman)

“Having lost all but one starter from last years senior laden team, Pennsbury looks to its youth to help guide them through a very tough 2013 season that includes several non-league games against pre-season favorites like Radnor, CB East, & Penncrest along with an always tough SOL National Conference slate.

“Loosing all of that talent on both sides of the ball from last season has been a difficult adjustment, but we really believe the team is buying into the system and that we have enough veteran leadership to help get the most out of our younger & less experienced players.”


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