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HS boys’ previews: Ches-Mont’s Avon Grove, PAC’s Interboro, EPC’s Freedom

Tuesday, 29th March 2022

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/29/22

This is one of a series of previews for the 2022 scholastic lacrosse season

Avon Grove
League: Ches-Mont
Coaches: Head Coach Brian Wallace, (3rd Season Overall record of 6-7), Assistant Coaches Keith Jacoby, Damien Sobieski, Eric Neil

Key Players: Preston Boyd (11), Trent Lucovic (11) St. Johns Commit, Michael Villa (12), Nick Marsala (11), Owen Edwards (11) Wagner Commit
Others to watch: Alex Hammond, Jake Nolan, Kyle Anthony

Coach’s Outlook for 2022: “After playing only thirteen games in 2021, the 2022 team is very excited to step on the field for 2022 as we look to build off a year of learning curves. With a strong core of returners, we will look to compete at the top of the Ches-Mont League and push for a District 1 playoff appearance.”

Interboro
League: Pioneer Athletic Conference
Coaches: Anthony Porreca (head coach) first year, assistants Brian Olshefsky, Gaige Lennon
2021 record: 1-7

Key players:
Theo Demopoulos
Mike Northrop
Rocco Barone
Nick Brydges
Frankie Hoffner
Bryce Butler
Anthony Barr
Others to watch:
John Phillips
Brady Newell
Mason Cook
Nick Hanna
Tommy Pace
Kevin Keeney
Connor Brooks
Kalyan Woodbury
Bruno Squillace

Coach’s Outlook: “We are a solid but young team. We are one of the smaller teams in numbers, but we look to have a good all around season by improving every day.”

Freedom

Head Coach: Tony Fabrizio (7th Season); Assistants: Jerry Clavens, Eric Tompkins, Anthony DePoala

2021 Record: 11-6, district semi finalists

Returning contributors: Jake Ballerini A JR; Conor Bevan A SR; Alex Hume M JR; Jared Karabinus FO/M SO; Jake Perrault D SR; Jonah Ortwien D SO; Ryan Hathaway GK JR

Coach’s Outlook: “Freedom boy’s lacrosse looks to continue building off of its historic past season in which we made the district semifinals for the first time in our program’s history. We have a lot of experienced varsity players and young players looking to continue to move Freedom Lacrosse to one of the top tier teams in the Lehigh Valley.”

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