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Boys’ HS previews: PAC’s Interboro, Perkiomen Valley

Tuesday, 19th March 2019

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/19/19
This is one of a series of Philly boys’ lacrosse previews for 2019.

Name of High School: Interboro

League: Pioneer Athletic Conference (PAC)

Coach: Tom Speer 4th year as head coach

Last year’s record: Finished 9-9 last season, 5th in the PAC

Key returnees: Senior captains: Connor Evans, goalie; Mikey Brown, attack; James Udowenko, close defense

Others to watch: Junior AJ Porreca FO/LSM 

Coach’s outlook for 2019 season: “We have a solid core group of guys, they are highly dedicated to each other and to the Interboro community. I’m honored to have lead this great group of student athletes since their freshman year. Our 2019 goal is to eat up every ground ball and play hard nosed gritty lacrosse; ultimately battle for a spot in playoffs and advance to the PAC tournament.”

High School: Perkiomen Valley High School

League: Pioneer Athletic Conference

Coach: Bryan Churchey 7th Season as Head Coach
Assistants Coaches: Chris Defeo, Pat Jenkins, Larry Mo, Steve Kurylo

Last year’s record: 15-9 overall/8-3 PAC, Lost to Spring-Ford in PAC Championship 13-9, Advanced to District 1 Quarter-Finals and 1st Round of State Play offs Class AAA

Key returnees:
Connor Donovan, SR., Defense
Nick Steele, SR., Midfield
Rob Farrington SR., Goalie
Nick Beaudoin SR., Midfield
Matthew Quoos, JR., Defense
Matt Brock, JR., Midfield/FO
Connor Roop, JR., Attack

Others to watch:
Tyler Whilhelm, SR., Defense
Preston Golato, SR., Midfield
Zach Schiffman, JR., Attack
Jack LoBiondo, JR., Defense
Aidan Owens, SO., Defense
Sam Nice, SO., Midfield
Ryan Poston, SO., Midfield
Brandon Baker, SO., Midfield
Dillon Kane, SO., Attack
Justin Coates, SO., Defense

Coach’s outlook for 2019 season: “We have a pre-dominantly young but talented team in 2019 with a lot of underclassmen who got to take part in and witness our historical team success from last year as well as the work it took to achieve that success. We’ve had another strong off season of team building and will once again be looking for the next man up on the depth chart to step up and fill the roles on our team that have been vacated. As always, our goal at PV is to consistently improve from year to year, practice to practice, game to game, and to earn it every day to achieve the success we desire as a team in May.”


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