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Philly boys’ H.S. previews: Catholic League’s La Salle, Lansdale Catholic

Saturday, 23rd March 2013

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/23/13

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

La Salle

Coach: Bill Leahy, 21st year, career record 380-76 with 18 Philadelphia Catholic League Championships and three state titles.

Last Year’s Record: 20-5, Catholic League Champions, State runner-up

Key Players:
Matt Rambo (Attack, University of Maryland)
Sean Coleman (Midfield, Harvard University)
Stefan Bergman (Defense, University of Michigan)
Andrew Eidenshink (Defense, Fairfield University)
George Uhrich (Defense, U.S. Naval Academy)
Andrew Grajewski (Defense, Monmouth University)
Mike Pascali (Midfield, Mount Saint Mary’s University)
Adam Schaal (Attack, Boston University)
Nick Hreshko (Goalie, Monmouth University)
Brendan McGonigle (Midfield, College of the Holy Cross)
Conor Resch (Defense, Yale University)
Jeff Cimbalista (Attack, Yale University)
Brian McNamara (Midfield, Saint Joseph’s University)
Trent Melsheimer (attackman, junior)
Colin MacDougal (goalie, junior)

“We, as usual, hope to return to the Catholic League Championship and if we’re lucky enough to move on our goal is to win the State Championship. That’s the goal every year.”

Lansdale Catholic High School

Coach: Sean Gracey, 1st year

Last Year’s Record: 6-12

Key Returnees:
Dan McMenamin – Senior – Attack
Andrew Saldutti – Senior – Defense
Frank Antenuci – Senior – Midfield
Alec Cassel – Junior – Goalie
Matt Benett – Senior – LSM
Matt Denniss – Senior – LSM
Jack Geoghegan – Senior- Defense
Evan DeHaven – Senior – Midfield/faceoff
Pete White – Senior – Midfield
Dom Moscariello – Junior- Attack

Key Newcomers:
Trey Hanshew- Sophomore – Attack

“We return 20 seniors, and have experienced individuals on both the offensive and defensive sides of the field. We look forward to building on our experiences and leveraging the leadership these young men display.”


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