He earned multiple first-team all-star accolades, including first-team DCL All-Star, first-team Lowell Sun All-Star and first-team Boston Herald All-Scholastic. He plays for Team Central Red and attended the Baltimore Summer Kickoff (All-Star). Drapeau also considered Massachusetts, Hofstra, Denver and Vermont.
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Gilman junior goalie Fitzhugh Lee has orally committed to UMBC. The 5-9, 195-pound Lee plays for RoughRiders U-18 Elite and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He attended Vail Tournament, Gait Cup, Hot Beds, Bison Brawl, King of the Hill and Champ Camp, and made all-star teams at Blue Chip 225, Hoya 120, Tier One, Lehigh Camp and Bison Brawl. Lee also considered Washington & Lee, Virginia Military Institute, Lafayette and Dickinson.
Long-stick midfielder Alex Robinson of Bullis in Potomac has orally committed to Georgetown. This past summer Robinson played in the Maryland Freestate 2014/2015 game, Philly Showcase (All-Star honors), DC Under Armour tryouts and New England Top 150. He also considered Maryland, Towson, Loyola, and Brown.
Pair of locals join St. Joseph's
Two local players have been added to St. Joseph's roster for the 2013 season under second-year coach Taylor Wray:
- Richard Gabelman, a 6-foot-3, 190-pound midfielder, was a three-year varsity letter winner and senior captain at Archbishop Spalding. Gabelman was selected to the 2012 All-County Second Team and played club lacrosse for SOCO Select and Team Smartlink.
- Alex Hardwick, a 6-foot, 176-pound attackman, earned four varsity letters at Loyola, a traditional Top 20 program in the nation. Hardwick led the Dons, a team that would finish the 2012 season ranked 15th nationally, to the MIAA final.
Two Hopkins recruits earn New England honors
A pair of Johns Hopkins recruits at midfield -- junior Drew Pirie of Governor's Academy in Byfield, Mass., and senior Alex Perreault of Bishop Hendricken -- were named to the 3d New England U-19 team. The team competed at the following tournaments: Denver Shootout, MVP, King of the Hill, Brine Shootout and the 3d in FLG Tournament. It was coached by 3d New England director and former Virginia captain David Jenkins and Justin Simon, head coach at New Hampton School.