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Nike/US Lacrosse Mid-Atlantic' Region Report

by Mike Loveday | LaxMagazine.com

Related: National Top 25 | Northeast | Mid-Atlantic | Midwest | West | South

Player of the Week 

Timmy Kelly, Jr., Calvert Hall (Md.)

Kelly almost single-handedly defeated Canadian powerhouse The Hill Academy last week. With the Cardinals down 5-1 at the end of the first half, Kelly proceeded to go on a tear and finished with eight goals and one assist to help Calvert Hall win 10-9.

Noteable: Grant Ament, Haverford School (Pa.); Colton Rupp, Landon (Md.); Conor Yager, Norfolk Academy (Va.)


Gilman (Md.) at Haverford School (Pa.), March 21

A battle of top teams in their respective conferences could be a crucial game for both teams as they prepare to enter their league schedules. Haverford School has already played two games against Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association teams and have gone 1-1. After Gilman they will host St. Paul's. Gilman will just one game under their belt, a March 19th game at St. Anne's-Belfield (Va.) while Haverford already has three games. That could be the difference maker.

Mid-Atlantic Region Top 10

1. Boys' Latin (Baltimore, Md.) 1-0
The Lakers opened their season with a 14-11 victory over defending Florida state champion Lake Highland Prep (Fla.).

2. McDonogh (Owings Mills, Md.) 3-0
The Eagles improved to 2-0 with an 11-4 victory over Episcopal Academy (Pa.) - their second-straight win over an Inter-Ac team.

3. Georgetown Prep (North Bethesda, Md.) 3-0
Charlie Horning had three goals and an assist and Jack Olsen had three goals in a win over St. John's (D.C.) and followed it up with a 11-6 win over St. Paul's (Md.).

4. Malvern Prep (Malvern, Pa.) 1-0
Kyle Anderson and Kevin McGeary each scored two goals and Charles Kelly won 12 of 17 face-offs to help the Friars defeat Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) 8-5 for their first win of the year.

5. Haverford School (Haverford, Pa.) 2-1
The Fords bounced back from an opening game loss with two-straight wins. Shane McBride scored six goals in the two victories.

6. Landon (Bethesda, Md.) 2-1
Landon started the year with two wins, including a 13-8 win over Paul VI (Va.) in which Colton Rupp had four goals and two assists and Jack Bolen had four second half goals.

7. St. Paul's (Brooklandville, Md.) 0-2
The Crusaders got five goals from Carter Flaig, but lost to The Hill Academy (Canada) early in the week then fell to No. 2 Georgetown Prep (Md.) on Friday.

8. Calvert Hall (Md.), 4-0
Timmy Kelly tallied nine points on eight goals and one assist to lead Calvert Hall to a victory over The Hill Academy - the only team to defeat the Canadian team on its East Coast swing.

9. Gonzaga (Washington, D.C.) 2-1
Timmy Monahan and Luke Vassos each had two goals and an assist in a 12-10 loss to Hill Academy (Canada), but the rebounded with a 7-5 win over St. John's (D.C.).

10. Gilman (Md.), 0-0
The Greyhounds return seven future Division I players from a team that reach the MIAA quarterfinals a year ago. The season starts on March 19 at St. Christopher's (Va.).


Norfolk Academy (Va.) defeated St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) 6-5 in overtime last week. Conor Yager scored the game-winning goal in overtime for the Bulldogs, his second of the game. Ryan Wade scored three goals in the win.


Will Railey made 11 saves in Georgetown Prep's victory over St. Paul's last week.


Severn (Md.) attackman Graham Davis scored four goals and had one assist in a season opening season 14-5 win over Saints Peter & Paul (Md.).


St. Mary's (Md.) opened its season with a pair of wins, routing Montgomery Bell Academy 20-6 on Friday and Springside Chestnut Hill 12-5 on Saturday. Jake Ellis scored seven goals in the two games and added three assists.

Check back to LaxMagazine.com every Tuesday throughout the high school season for updates to the Nike/US Lacrosse Regional Boys' Top 10 rankings and the Nike/US Lacrosse National Boys' Top 25.

2014 Mid-Atlantic Region Report Archive

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