Archbishop Spalding midfielder Michael Weisshaar has been named the C. Markland Kelly Award winner as Maryland’s top high school lacrosse player, it was announced Sunday in Annapolis at the 74th annual banquet.
In his senior year this spring, the Towson University commit led the Cavaliers to a 12-3 mark and their first trip to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship game before falling to Boys’ Latin, 9-8.
Weisshaar, who was named All-MIAA and a US Lacrosse All American, scored 48 goals and dished off 23 assists to lead Spalding in scoring. The left-handed shooter was a full-field midfielder and also gobbled up 53 ground balls, while playing an instrumental role in the clearing game.
Other players awarded in their respective public school classes were Havre de Grace attackman Michael Sweigart (Cass 1A), City attackman DeAndre Chaney (2A), Urbana midfielder Eric Kolar (3A) and Catonsville goalie Brian Ruppel (4A). Georgetown Prep midfielder William Angrick was the recipient in the private schools’ South category.
Selections were made by a committee chosen from the Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association and selected media representatives.