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Philly boys’ H.S. previews: Central League’s Penncrest, Harriton

Monday, 17th March 2014

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/17/14

This is one of a series of previews for the 2014 Philly lacrosse season

Penncrest

Head coach: Wayne Matsinger 15th season

Last year’s record: 14-6, District 1 second round playoffs

Key Players:Boys previews

Attack:
Will Manganiello (All American 2013) Senior
Drew Hanna Junior
Alex Bonnett Soph. (Newcomer)
Cameron Bryan Senior

Midfield:
Robbie Logan Senior
Dylan Protesto Senior FaceOff
Eathan Trusty Senior
Billy Kinnard Senior
Dan Bullitt Junior
Ryan Kinnard Soph. (Newcomer)
Tj Loper Senior
Ian McKernan Senior
Rob Klodarska Senior

Defense:
Liam O’Donnell Senior
Ryan Granger Soph.
Ryan Schultz Soph.
Kevin Delaney Junior
Matt Young Junior
Max Fishman Senior
Joe Montgomery Senior
Greyson Nelson Junior
Brett Chominski Senior
Justin Beyer Senior
Zach Kaut Freshman (Newcomer)

Goalie:

Dylan McCleaft Senior
Casey Brown Senior
Steve Nolan Soph. (Newcomer)

Coach’s outlook: “Penncrest looks really really good on paper. We are solid at all positions. With some senior leadership this could be one of those special years. We just need to put the pieces together. We hope to be a solid contender in the Central League and PIAA Playoffs!”

Harriton

Head coach: Joe Proud, 2nd year

Last Years’ Record:
4-14

Key Returnees:

Tom Bernicker, Sr, Defense
Grady Wheeler, Sr, Defense
Matt Binnion, So, Defense
Victor Fink, Jr, Goal
Chris Lasprogata, Sr, Midfield
Evan Rosen, Sr, Midfield
Pat Bernicker, Jr, Midfield
Dave Stewart, Sr, Attack

Key Newcomers:

Jem Attilasoy, Sr, Attack/Midfield
Will Stahl, Fr, Midfield
Cyros Strickland, Fr, Defense

Coaches’ Outlook: “The team has been working hard in the off-season and has taken big strides since this time last year. We have some solid senior leadership and competition for spots at every position. We need to continue to move in the right direction in order to compete with the level of play in a very strong Central League.”

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