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Philly boys’ HS previews: Central League’s Haverford HS, Harriton

Friday, 20th March 2015

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/20/15
This is one of a series of previews for the 2015 Philly lacrosse season

Haverford High School

Head Coach: Dan Greenspun

Last year’s record: 8-10

Notable Departures:
Owen Green, midfield, second team All-Central playing at Lafayette
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Key Returnees:
Bob McClure, JR, attack
Billy Farrell, JR, Midfielder
Goalie, ,Danny Tierney
Nick DiIorio, So, Midfielder

Notable Newcomers:
Luke MCCallion, So, midfield, transfer

Coach’s outlook: “The team has been working hard in the off season. We graduated ten seniors and will be replacing them with a young hardworking group. We look to compete in every game especially in the difficult Central league.”

Harriton High School

League: Central League

Head Coach: Joe Proud, 3rd Year

Last year’s record: 8-10

Key returnees:
Victor Fink, G, Sr
Matt Binnion, D, Jr
Cyros Strickland, D, So
Ben Finger, D, Sr
TJ Arms, D, Jr
Pat Bernicker, M, Sr
Jack Veasey, M, Sr
Brian Meyer, M, Sr
Justin Bianchi, M, Sr
Spencer Henry, M, Jr
Pat Stewart, A, Jr
Hakan Atillasoy, A, So
Will Stahl, A, So

Coach’s outlook: “We are continuing to build our Program so that it can be a contender in the strong Central League. Our pre-season has gone well and we are excited to see how we stack up as games begin. We return some strong players in each position and have others really stepping up to fill new roles. Our offense has improved and is beginning to gel. Our defense is starting to play well together as we have had to replace half of our starting defense due to graduation losses. Our attack rides hard and face-offs could be a strength for us. After graduating three 2x captains last year, other players are developing into leaders and filling those roles.”

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