McDonogh sophomore attackman Trey McGee had a difficult chore just getting on the lacrosse field this season, as he battled mononucleosis during the preseason. Despite still feeling a bit under the weather, he's certainly making the most of his time on the field.
The biggest proof came in the Eagles' 7-6 overtime upset of then-No. 1 Calvert Hall on Friday, when McGee scored three goals, including the tying tally to force the extra time. In his second season on varsity, McGee has received more playing time and contributed 13 goals and four assists in the young Eagles' 5-4 start.
“He's our second leading scorer," McDonogh coach Andy Hilgartner said. "He's very fast with great stickwork and he's a real good shooter. He's small, but there's an explosiveness to him that not a lot of guys have."Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun