Warrior/USL High School Boys' Players of the Week (April 3)

Centennial (Ga.) senior attackman Colin Hall had nine goals and an assist in two wins this week.


The Warrior/US Lacrosse Players of the Week are named each Tuesday to recognize the most outstanding individual performances in high school boys' lacrosse in each of the five regions — Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South, Midwest and West — outlined in our high school coverage.

Northeast

Max Rosa, West Genesee (N.Y.)

Rosa, a junior who is committed to Syracuse University, netted six goals to lead West Genny to an impressive 13-10 road win over Penfield (N.Y.). Rosa scored five of his team’s last six goals.

Also notable: Jordan Grinder, Brunswick (Conn.); Sean Kuttin, Chaminade (N.Y.); Timmy Ley, Massapequa (N.Y.); Brian Minicus, Darien (Conn.); Dylan Pallonetti, Ward Melville (N.Y.); Joey Pezzimenti, Victory (N.Y.)

— Will Cleveland

Mid-Atlantic

Jack Myers, Gonzaga (D.C.)

The senior became Washington, D.C.’s all-time leading scorer and helped the Purple Eagles to a win over former Mid-Atlantic No. 2 Boys’ Latin (Md.) last week. He scored five points in an 11-8 win over the Lakers on March 29 and now has 220 career points, passing former Gonzaga star Timmy Monahan. Myers was already the District’s all-time assist leader. He now needs seven assists to reach 100 for his career.

Also notable: Isaac Aronson, Bullis (Md.); Dane Swanson, McDonogh (Md.); Michael Clibanoff, La Salle College (Pa.); Adam Salvaggio, Haverford School (Pa.); Miles Leniw, Delbarton (N.J.)

— Mike Loveday

South

Colin Hall, Centennial (Ga.)

The senior attackman had nine goals and an assist in two wins this week. Hall scored four goals in a 16-11 win over Lovett (Ga.), which had just one other loss this season. He had five goals and one assist in a 19-7 win over Peachtree Ridge (Ga.).

Also notable: Will Nicklaus, Benjamin School (Fla.); Colson Smith, Lassiter (Ga.); Connor Florich, Newsome (Fla.); Brooks Baro, McIntosh (Ga.); Justin Williams, Montverde (Fla.); Bennett Harrison, Wesleyan (Ga.); Hunter Bitner, East River (Fla.); Tanner Price, Trinity Christian (Ga.); Jon Boan, May River (S.C.); Andrew Herlevic, Signal Mountain (Tenn.); Jason Thomforde, Calvary Christian (Fla.)

— Aimee Ford Foster






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Midwest

Chase Baker, Eureka (Mo.)

The junior has led his squad to a 8-1 start to the season. Last week, he scored four goals against Fox (Mo.) and then followed that effort with a six-goal, five-assist performance over Marquette (Mo.).

Also notable: Joey Kamish, Detroit Catholic Central (Mich.); Austin Madronic, Culver Military (Ind.)

— Justin Boggs

West

Jackson Harvey, Arapahoe (Calif.)

The senior won 40 of 50 faceoffs combined last week to help the Warriors to a pair of wins over San Ramon Valley (Calif.) and De La Salle (Calif.). He had two goals and 13 ground balls in a 13-8 victory over San Ramon Valley and had nine ground balls in a 13-10 win over De La Salle. Harvey is headed to the University of Denver next year.

Also notable: Ellis Geis, Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.); Tom Heed, Bellevue (Wash.); Jake Taylor, Regis Jesuit (Colo.)

— Laurel Pfahler

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