Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/29/18
The Duke’s Lacrosse Club Elite won the 2022 Black Division championship Sunday at Calvert Regional park in North East, MD., with a 13-0 shutout of TEAM Lacrosse.
Tate Jones led the Dukes offense on the day with 17 goals while defensemen Owen Hires and Henry Troy stood out. Goalies Liam Murphy and Brayden Skipper were strong in goal, especially over the last two games and in the Championship shutout.
Jorden Butler keyed the Championship by owning the faceoff circle with a 85% win percentage. All members contributed to the title.
The squad featured:
Owen Hire, Sunset HS, Portland, OR; Ashton Morgan, Boys’ Latin, MD; Griffin McGovern, Salesianum HS, Wilmington, Del., Jack Luviano, GA HS, Fort Washington, Pa.; Liam Murphy, St. Edwards School, Vero Beach, FL.; Lars Homan, North Penn HS, North Wales, Pa.; Josh Ricci, Boyertown HS, Gilbertsville, Pa.; Braydon Skipper, Wilson HS, Sinking Spring, Pa.; and Tate Jones, Middle Creek HS, Apex, NC; Jorden Butler, ANC, Doylestown, Pa.; Aidan Groves, Appoquinimink HS, Bear, Del.; Andrew Heubeck, The Hun School, Washington Crossing, Pa.; PJ Oppenheimer, La Salle College HS, Conshohocken, Pa.; Aidan Swartz, Cannon School, Concord, NC,; Henry Troy, Springside Chestnut Hill HS, Lafayette Hill, Pa.; Josh Funk, Marple Newtown HS, Newtown Square, Pa.; Gavin Cronin, Emmaus HS, Macungie, Pa.; Ben Scandone, Allentown Central Catholic, Schnecksville, Pa.; Jack Keenan, Emmaus HS, Macungie, Pa.
Coaches were head coach Sean Evans and assistants Chris Mandarino and Pat Harner.
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