HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE
2017 Times Leader Boys Lacrosse All-Stars

Anthony Caporuscio Crestwood, Freshman Caporuscio made an immediate impact on the attack as the leading scorer for the Class 2A state quarterfinalists. He scored 79 goals and assisted on 47 others for the Comets. George Vavlas Wyoming Seminary, Senior Vavlas helped the Blue Knights finish the regular season tied for first in Division 1 of […]

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Dallas’ Corey McAndrew, Times Leader Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year

When Dallas’ long-established successful soccer program needed a back-up goalie for the 2016 season, Corey McAndrew had a new sport for his senior year. McAndrew was the logical choice. Already a goalie in two other sports, he spent most of the fall on standby and got in a little playing time, including once out of […]

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Holy Redeemer in process of starting a girls lacrosse program

Holy Redeemer is next in line to add girls lacrosse. The school is technically in the “exploratory stage,” according to athletic director J.P. Aquilina, but is progressing toward the possibility of playing a non-league schedule in 2018 and joining the Wyoming Valley Conference in 2019. The school has surveyed the current student body about interest […]

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2017 Times Leader Girls Lacrosse All-Stars

Abby Straub Wyoming Seminary, Senior Straub returned to the attack position she had played earlier in her career and remained a Times Leader all-star after earning honors as a midfielder last season. She was the second-leading scorer on a championship team with 56 goals and 16 assists, pushing her career totals to 142 goals and […]

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Times Leader’s Girls Lacrosse POY: Wyoming Seminary’s Kate Romanowski

Sports remain a big part of Kate Romanowski’s future, but this spring represented the last time she would compete as a high school athlete and in a sport she’s dominated on the local level. It would have been so easy for Romanowski to peek ahead to her Division I field hockey career at Villanova University. […]

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Crestwood lacrosse edged in PIAA quarters

EMMAUS — Crestwood freshman attacker Anthony Caporuscio played a huge role Saturday afternoon, helping rally the District 2 champs in the state lacrosse quarterfinals. Lansdale Catholic, however, was quick to respond. Caporuscio’s fifth goal of the game gave the Comets the lead late in the PIAA Class 2A quarterfinals, but the Crusaders tied it up […]

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Crestwood’s magical boys lacrosse postseason run continues

LEHMAN TWP. — “Last to first” is taking on multiple meanings for the Crestwood boys lacrosse team. Within the strength-based divisional breakdown of the Wyoming Valley Conference, the Comets were technically a last-place team in the regular season. But since the postseason began, they’ve become a first-place team in District 2 Class 2A and, now, […]

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Wyoming Seminary girls lacrosse goes down to Bishop Shanahan in states

LEHMAN TWP. — Bishop Shanahan started fast. The District 12 runner-ups from Downingtown in the Philadelphia suburbs needed just 15 seconds to begin the scoring and when Wyoming Seminary eventually got on the board, the Eagles needed just 13 seconds to respond on the way to a 17-5 romp in a first-round PIAA Class 2A […]

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Wyoming Seminary wins seventh straight girls lacrosse district title

KINGSTON — Wyoming Seminary raced through the middle of the field on the way to goals throughout the first half Wednesday night. With Kate Romanowski scoring four goals, the Blue Knights ran to the District 2 Class 2A championship with a 13-9 victory at Klassner Field. “Our seniors don’t know what it is like to […]

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Crestwood beats Wyoming Seminary to win District 2 boys lacrosse title

KINGSTON — Zach Anderson brought Crestwood back early in the fourth quarter and Matt Tirpak made sure the comeback did not go to waste. Tirpak’s goal with during a man-advantage situation, 23 seconds into the second overtime Wednesday lifted the Comets to their second District 2 boys lacrosse title in three years, 11-10, over host […]

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