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Philly HS previews: Haverford High (boys), Unionville & Interboro (girls)

Tuesday, 29th March 2016

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/29/16
This is one of a series of high school lacrosse previews

Haverford High boysPreviews

League: Central League

Coach: Dan Greenspun 12th season

Last year: 8-10 lost in District 1 first round

Key Returnees:
Bob McClure SR A
Kevin Kaufman SR A
Luke McCallion JR M F/O
Billy Farrell SR M
NickDiIorio JR M
Joe Bergan SR M
Mike Hand SR M
Mike Romanofsky SR D
Austin McDevitt SR D
Mike Dice JR D
Cole Lukasiewicz SO A
Jack Farrell JR LSM
Dan Tierney JR G
Noah Melfe SR G

Notable Newcomers
Alex McKendry SO M
Jack Daly So A
Erik McCallion FR M

Coach’s outlook: “Haverford High returns many key starters from 2015. The guys have worked hard in the off season and are looking forward to competing in a very strong Central League.”

Unionville girls

League: Ches-Mont League

Coach: Lisa Schweiger Aikman (2nd year, 16-5)

Last year’s record and accomplishments:
Record 16-5, 2nd in Ches-Mont League, 6th in Districts

Key returnees/players:
Kelly Denton Sr A
Madison Doucette Soph GK
Erin Garvey Soph M
Veronica Hineman Soph M
Sally Mangan Sr D
Olivia Zubillaga Sr D

Coach’s outlook: “After graduating a very talented 2015 class of eight starters, we are working hard to bring a young team up to speed quickly. Our coaching staff is very excited to be working with a very talented group of players who have a lot of speed, heart, and hustle and we expect great things from them.”

Interboro girls

League: Del-Val

Coach: Diane Faison (22nd year)

2015 record: 9-0 League, 10-7 Overall

Key returnees: Moriah Marr, goalie
Hailey Fisher, Mid
Haley Hicks, Defense
Karleigh Kennedy, Offense
Marissa Hews, Offense
Stephanie McCool, Mid
Olivia Murphy, Defense
Saige Redding, Defense
Lexy Tansey, Mid/Center
Kyleigh D’Agostino, Mid
Ro Murphy, Mid

Coach’s comments: “We have a great core returning this season and we look to continue at the top of our league and hopefully add some more non-league wins to help us continue to the playoffs. The girls are working hard at practice, which showed with our first win of the season against Norristown, our season opener. As long as the girls continue with their great work ethic and stay healthy, we should do well this season.”

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