Black Friday Sale: Get 75% off a digital subscription
High School Sports

All-Metro Boys Lacrosse: First Team

Gordie Koerber

Gilman, sr., attackman

•Had 32 goals and seven assists this season

•Finished his career with 69 goals and

15 assists

•Scored in overtime for an 11-10 win at league rival Boys' Latin

•Signed to play at Denver


Devin McNamara

Loyola, jr., attackman

•Led the No. 2 Dons to the MIAA A Conference title game

•Combined quickness, separation speed and stick skills to score 41 goals and add 31 assists

•Scored three or more goals against four ranked league opponents

•Committed to play at Villanova


Nick Wynne

Glenelg, sr., attackman

•Is the program's all-time leading scorer with 169 goals,

115 assists

•Captain led Gladiators to Class 3A-2A title game, with 63 goals and 53 assists this season

•Brought athleticism, intelligent play

•Signed to play for Towson


Jack Adams

Hereford, jr., midfielder

•Big, fast and dynamic player became the catalyst for the Class 3A-2A state champion

•Had 25 goals and

37 assists this season

•Had goal, four assists in 13-8 win over Glenelg in state final

•Committed to Towson


Deemer Class

Loyola, sr., midfielder

•Ended three-year career with 22 goals,

30 assists this season

•Had uncanny instincts to control the flow of the game

•Will represent the South team in the Under Armour All-America Classic

•Signed to play at Duke


Stephen Kelly

Calvert Hall, jr., midfielder

•Area's most complete player

•Regarded as one of the finest faceoff specialists in the country, winning

75 percent of draws

•Committed to North Carolina

•At 17, youngest player named to the U.S. under-19 national team



Jake Matthai

Gilman, sr., midfielder

•Dominant midfield presence at 6 feet 6 and 225 pounds

•Powerful dodger had 21 goals, 12 assists

•Signed to play at UNC; will play for South in the Under Armour All-America Classic

•Won MIAA titles in soccer, basketball and lacrosse


Evan Connell

Calvert Hall, sr., defenseman

•Led defense that gave up five goals per game

•Consistently controlled area's top attackmen

•Headed to UNC

•Will play for the South in the Under Armour All-America Classic



Robby Haus

Gilman, sr., defenseman

•Consistently shut down opposition's top scorer

•Three-year starter and captain had

99 career ground balls

•Game sense and stick skills initiated accurate clears

•Set to play for the South in the Under Armour All-America Classic and then for Ohio State


Mac Pons

Boys' Latin, jr., defenseman

•Three-year starter sound fundamentally

•Had 48 ground balls

•All-American, Under Armour Underclassman selection and set to participate in the Warrior 40 event

•Committed to play at Maryland


Dimitri Pecunes

Calvert Hall, sr., goalie

•Took over the starting job five games into the season

• Posted a 65 percent save rate

•Had great hands as a shot blocker

•In 11 MIAA games, recorded a 5.10 goals-against average

• He will play for Stevenson

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun