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Philly boys’ HS previews: Shawnee (NJ), Archmere Academy (DE)

Wednesday, 18th March 2015

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Previews, Posted 3/18/15
This is one of a series of previews for the 2015 Philly lacrosse season

Shawnee High School

League: Olympic Conference – American Division

Head Coach: Erik Stilley, 1 year (beginning 2nd year)
Last year’s record: 17-2, Lost to Moorestown High School 10-9 in the Group 3 South Final, won American Division in the Olympic Conference

Key returnees:
Steven Boyle, Midfield (Hartford)
Curtis Corley, Defense (Univ. of Maryland)
Mike Githens, Midfield
Nick Pressler, Defense (Univ. of Delaware)
Mike Shinske, Attack (Penn State Univ.)
David Smith, Midfield (Univ. of Virginia)
Jack Tyrrell, Attack (Univ. of Tampa)
Jack Warren, Defense (Hamilton College)
Dan Wigley, Attack (Loyola Univ.)

Outlook for 2015 season: “Shawnee hopes to win the American Division again, to take its 13th consecutive year as conference champion, and make a run for the Group 3 Championship with a strong senior class.”

Archmere Academy

League: Diamond State Athletic Conf.

Head Coach: Pete Duncan, 2nd year (12th overall)

Last year’s record: 12-5, (state Quarterfinals, lost to state champ Cape Henlopen, DSAC champs)

Key returnees:
Colin Duffy (attack)
Rob Baxter (attack)
Anthony Brawley (attack)
Ben Revak (midfield)
Nick Salameda (LSM)
Pat Udovich (defense)
Adam Collins (defense)
Jackson Singewald (midfield)
Xavier Glavin (attack)
Caleb Smack (midfield)
Sean Devine (defense)
Adam Revak (defense)
Connor Dennewitz (midfield)
Jake Mottola (goalie)
Connor Smeader (goalie)

Outlook for 2015 season: “Archmere returns a solid defensive core led by seniors Adam Collins and Sean Devine and sophomore Pat Udovich. Senior Colin Duffy (Saint John’s), junior Rob Baxter (Manhattan) and junior Ben Revak will be the leaders on offense. Sophomore LSM Nick Salameda and junior F/O middie Jackson Singewald will pace the Auks in between the restraining lines. Archmere is poised to make a state tournament run in what is sure to be a competitive Delaware lacrosse landscape.”

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