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Head coach: Paul Shea (first season)

Assistants: Jon Appelt and Roger Lipp

1990 records: Brooklyn Park was 4-10. Andover was 14-3, lost to North Harford in the Class 2A/1A state championship game, tied Southern and South River for county 3A/2A/1A league title

Returnees: Seniors, Bob Wolfe (att), Dae Sik Ham (mid), Chad Stewart (mid), Chung Yi(mid), Joe Ross (def), Karl Wick (def), Tim McGeeney (def), Jeff Davis (att), Rick Wells (mid) and Adam Stachura (def); junior, Andy Ross(mid); sophomores, Shawn Moyer (att) and Greg Sabo (att)

Newcomers: Senior, Joe Wojciechowski (att); sophomore, Andy Mocharsky (att)

Coach's outlook: "We lost a lot of goals to graduation, but I thinkthat we've got some other players who will step right in. We've had some scrimmages, and we're not where I'd hoped we'd be right now, butI'm confident we'll be strong defensively."

Anne Arundel County Sun's outlook: Shea had a luxury this season with a turnout of 80 players for practices, enough for a 25-to-30-player junior varsity squad.The state runner-up Andover squad lost its two top scorers -- Scott Llewelyn (37) and Heath Harmon (30) -- to graduation. But eight otherstarters, including most of the defense and midfield, return from that team. In addition, Wojciechowski and Mocharsky from Brooklyn Park are in the running for starting positions. North County's boys lacrosse team, like many of its other sports, will make some noise in the county's 4A league and should finish among the top four teams for a playoff berth.

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