Epoch/USL High School Boys' Players of the Week (March 21)

St. Paul's (Md.) senior attackman Logan Posner scored 13 goals in a three-game West Coast sweep for the Crusaders to earn Epoch/US Lacrosse Player of the Week honors for the Mid-Atlantic.

The Epoch/US Lacrosse Players of the Week are named each Tuesday to recognize the most outstanding individual performances in high school boys’  and girls’ lacrosse in each of the five regions — Northeast (begins next week), Mid-Atlantic, South, Midwest and West — outlined in our high school coverage. Make it Epoch


Logan Posner, St. Paul’s (Md.)

The senior attackman powered the Crusaders on a perfect West Coast swing. Posner posted a combined 13 goals and three assists in wins over La Jolla (Calif.), Poway (Calif.) and St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.). The Monmouth recruit was at his best Thursday, tallying four goals and an assist in a 9-6 victory over two-time defending San Diego CIF Open champ Poway.

Also notable: Max Kolasch, The Heights (Md.); Michael Lamon, Severn (Md.); Connor Shellenberger, St. Anne’s-Belfield (Va.); Alex Trippi, Bullis (Md.) 


Connor Moravec, Southern Alamance (N.C.)

The junior attackman had a huge week, with 17 goals in two games. Moravec scored eight goals, with three assists in a 12-3 win over Eastern Guilford (N.C.). He followed that with nine goals in an 11-6 win over Asheboro (N.C.). 

Also notable: Will Hasinger, Southwest Guilford (N.C.); Jack Maginnes, Page (N.C.); Ryan Overholt, Vero Beach (Fla.); Joey Pappaceno, Nease (Fla.); Luke Sadd, Centennial (Ga.); Nicky Solomon, Centennial (Ga.); Bailey Taylor, Lovett (Ga.); Lex Voelker, Ardrey Kell (N.C.)



Harry Wellford, MICDS

In three games, Wellford has notched 12 goals and nine assists, as his team is off to a dominating 3-0 start. The Virginia commit led MICDS last season with 46 goals and 31 assists.

Also notable: Michael Boehm, Cleveland St. Ignatius (Ohio); Max Cole, Hudson (Ohio); Chad Kittaka, Carmel (Ind.); Wheaton Jackoboice, Culver Prep Academy (Ind.)


Payton St. Geme, St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.)

The sophomore has stepped up with some big performances already this season but none more noticeable than last week. St. Geme netted the game-winning goal with 40 seconds left to lift the Wildcats to an 11-10 upset of national No. 6 Gonzaga (D.C.) on Friday at the Jesuit Lacrosse Classic in Dallas, Texas. He finished with four goals for the game. St. Geme had 16 goals and eight assists as a freshman last year.

Also notable: Mason Depaola, Rancho Cotate (Calif.); Makail Fraboni, St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.), Jackson Harvey, Arapahoe (Colo.); Travis Hastings, Engelwood (Colo.); Braden Host, Regis Jesuit (Colo.); Chase Jolie, Monte Vista-Danville (Calif.); Blake Kats, Lutheran (Colo.); Matthew Marino, Bellevue (Wash.)

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