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Pennsylvania 2020 roster for @IACChallenge is released

Tuesday, 10th May 2016

Categories Boy's/Men's, Youth, Posted 5/10/16
From Press Release

The Inter-Ac Challenge is pleased to have The HEADstrong Foundation as the official charitable partner of the 2016 Inter-Ac Challenge. All net proceeds from the Inter-Ac Challenge will be donated to the HEADstrong Foundation. Donations can be made via check to the NXT Foundation and sent to 4747 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19112. Click here to find out more about the Challenge.Inter-Ac-challenge

The last Inter-Ac Challenge middle school all-star roster is set.

Twenty players made the Pennsylvania’s 2020 team for the Inter-Ac Challenge Middle School All-Star Game that takes place Sunday, May 22 at Villanova before the Inter-Ac Challenge’s championship game. Click here to see Pennsylvania’s 2021 roster. Click here to see New Jersey’s 2020 and 2021 rosters.

The 2021 game will be played at noon, while the 2020s tangle at 2 p.m. before the 5 p.m. title game. The Inter-Ac Challenge is the country’s most competitive high school boys lacrosse postseason tournament with Inter-Ac League members Episcopal Academy, Germantown Academy, Haverford School, Malvern Prep, Penn Charter and Springside Chestnut Hill Academy welcoming regional and national guests Academy of the New Church, Culver Military Academy (Ind.), Hill School, Hun School (N.J.), Lawrenceville School (N.J.) and Shipley School. Last year, the Inter-Ac Challenge championship game feature a pair of unbeatens in Haverford School and Hun School for the title of the No. 1 team in the country. The Fords won, 15-8. All net proceeds from the 2016 Inter-Ac Challenge will be donated to the HEADstrong Foundation.

“We can’t wait to see the best middle schoolers in the area go up against each other in the charity middle school all-star games before the Inter-Ac Challenge title game,” Inter-Ac Challenge Director Brett Manney said. “Tryouts were incredibly competitive, which makes it hard to figure out who makes the cut, but we think this will be a couple of great Pennsylvania vs. New Jersey battles.”

Pearse Glavin, Haverford School
Danny Mallee, St. Katherine Drexel
Brennan McBride, Haverford School
Jake Morin, Garnet Valley Middle School
Greg Reynolds, Garnet Valley Middle School

Champ Doyle, Malvern Prep
Gabriel Goforth, St. Joseph
Kyle Hoff, Southern Lehigh Middle School
John Karr, Germantown Academy
Drew Pettinelli, Malvern Prep
Cade Szostek, Malvern Prep

Faceoff specialist
Christopher Tsetsekos, Tredyffrin Easttown Middle School

Colin Dougherty, Malvern Prep
Noah Evans, Penn Charter
Tyler Morgan, Pleasant Valley
Michael Prestipino, Tredyffrin Easttown Middle School
Scott Smith, Tredyffrin Easttown Middle School
Griffin Zobel, Pennfield Middle School

Nico Iacovino, Lionville Middle School
Tyler Muir, Owen J. Roberts Middle School


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