Boys Lacrosse 2015 Regional Qualifiers schedule & results
Four Bishop Watterson students announced their intent to play college sports.Left to right - Caroline Leitch, volleyball, Niagara University, St. Brigid School and Parish; Abigail Marshall, field hockey, Miami University, Genoa Baptist Church; Nick Melaragno, lacrosse, Mount Saint Mary’s University, St. Andrew School and Parish; Hannah Hammon, rowing, West Virginia University, St. Brendan School and Parish.
Boys Lacrosse falls to DeSales 8-7 in Regional Semifinal on 5/27/15.
Boys Lacrosse defeated Academy 9-7 to advance in OHSLA State Tournament.
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1st Team All Region D2
Dominic Elmo Goalie
AJ Rigsby Attack
Nick Melaragno Defense
John Blevins Long Stick Middie
2nd Team All Region D2
Brian Sapp Middie
Derek Petrucci Defense
Honorable Mention D2
Tom Hatem Attack
Adam Kasun Face Off
Coach Of The Year D2
NW Central Region
The boys lacrosse team is losing 10 seniors, including four starters in attackers Tommy Hatem and Hunter Spencer, defender Derek Petrucci and midfielder Brian Sapp.
Petrucci and Sapp both were named second-team all-region and Hatem was honorable mention all-region.
Blevins, Elmo, Melaragno and Rigsby all were first-team all-region and Kasun was honorable mention all-region. more
A.J. Rigsby, Dispatch boys lacrosse player of the week
ThisWeek News 5/28/15 - Boys lacrosse team wins tourney opener
The boys lacrosse team routed Marysville 20-2 in the first round of the Division II Central/Northwest Region tournament May 20.
A.J. Rigsby scored eight goals, Andrew McQuade and Collin Ruegg each scored two and goalkeeper Josh Rhodes had six saves.
The fourth-seeded Eagles were 9-5 before playing fifth-seeded Columbus Academy in the second round May 22. The winner played second-seeded DeSales or eighth-seeded Whitehouse Anthony Wayne in a regional semifinal May 27.
The semifinal winner faces top-seeded Delaware, Granville, Sylvania Northview or Toledo St. Francis in a regional final Saturday, May 30, at Wooster. The regional champion advances to a state semifinal June 3 at Olentangy Liberty.
Vote for sophomore Dominic Elmo for JJ Huddle Lacrosse Player of the Week click here.
ThisWeek News - Boys lacrosse team ends regular season
Collin Ruegg announced his intent to play lacrosse at Transylvania University. more
The Eagles fall 7-6 to the Stallions in a regional semifinal contest on May 28th.
Thomas and Abahazie announce their intent to play lacrosse in college.
Adam Thomas, Capital University, lacrosse; Reed Abahazie, Savannah College of Art and Design, lacrosse. more
Ed Passen was selected as the Columbus Dispatch top performer of the week 5.4.13.
Passen, a senior attack, had 10 points in two games to help the Eagles stay undefeated. Passen, who leads the Eagles (7-0) with 23 goals, scored six in a 14-2 win over Hilliard Bradley and had three goals and an assist in a 12-8 win over Olentangy Orange.
2013 Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse
Row 1: Bradley D’sa, Matthew Stafford, George Cleary, Jordan Lucki, Reed Abahazie, Matt Foley, Eddie Passen, Adam Thomas
Row 2: Reel Chaudhri, Brendan Ryan, Eli Kirk, Hayden Wehrly, Tim Smyke, Danny O’Brien, Wyatt Applegate, Grant Stover, Jack Demain
Row 3: Hunter Spencer, Derek Petrucci, Patrick Pirrmann, Austin Schlosser, Evan Woosley, Alec Greene, Lucas Tortora, Brayden Steller
Row 4: Asst. Coach Bryce Sullivan, Cullen Willett, Nick Melaragno, Eddy Hoying, Brian Sapp, Josh Rhodes, Head Coach Tom Foley
Boys lacrosse team wins first six games - ThisWeek News April 30, 2013
Division II - quarterfinals
New Albany 8, Watterson 4
WATT — Goals: Passen 2, Foley, Wehrly. Saves: Lucki 16
Congratulations Eagles! Great Victory!
Below is a link to some footage of the final goal.
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ThisWeek News 4/29/12 - Boys lacrosse team had 'wonderful' season
ThisWeek News 4/4/12 - Boys team packs scoring punch Boys team packs scoring punch
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Varsity, JV and Freshman teams are fielded.
Late February - May
Hours Per Week:
15 - 20