The Peace Report’s Top 10 Players Who Impressed at the Trilogy 24 Lacrosse Tournament.
Patrick Tiffey, 2019, LSM, George Washington HS (WV) of Trilogy Lacrosse: Tiffey has great stickwork and field sense. Excellent checks and he gets to the ground balls quickly.
Alex Rojas, 2018, Defense, Franklin HS (Md), MDRoughriders: Rojas also had good Lax I.Q.. Alex was named to the Trilogy 24 All Star team. Excellent footwork and lethal checks.
Shane Dawson, 2020, Attack, Albemarle HS (VA), Hooville 2019: The Hooville team has some nifty players. Dawson passes the ball well and has a wicked shot on cage.
Jarod Howe, 2018, Midfield, Cumberland Valley HS (PA), MDWolfpack 2018: Howe played well all week. Made some beautiful goals. Howe also made the All Star team.
Stafford Smith, 2019, D/LSM, Centennial HS (MD), Zingos 2019: Smith clears the ball up-field well and hustles. Great athlete. He scored a goal after clearing the ball up field and dishing it to a offensive player.
Owen Miller, 2018, Attack, Manheim Township (PA), Rock Bmore Top 44: Miller made a beautiful goal against Trilogy. Loved his quick hands and his unselfishness. Good player.
Andrew Boniface, 2018, Midfield, Western Reserve (OH), Trilogy 2018: Boniface hustles and plays two-way mid. Loved his field sense and I.Q. As well. He’s a true competitor.
Andrew Cook, 2019, Midfield, Atlee (VA), Amped: Cook has a Division I level type game and he continues to get better at the game. Cook makes great passes and shoots well. Also an All Star selection.
Max Seeber, 2018, Defense, Cumberland Valley (PA), MDWOLFPACK: Seeber is another Cumberland Valley stud longpole. Very good checks and he doesn’t always rely on the slap check. Is patient and has good positioning on the player he’s defending.
David Rich, 2018, Goalie, Elizabethtown Area (Pa), ROCK BMORE Top 44: Rich made some phenomenal saves and moves the ball up field well on clears. He talks to his defense and makes sure they’re on the same page.