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Six players from state champion Longmeadow named to The Republican's All-Scholastic boys lacrosse first team
Jason Remillard, The Republican, July 12, 2013 8 p.m.

KEVIN BARRY, Longmeadow: The senior attackman returned to the Lancers after two years away and was the team’s top goal scorer with 55; possesses a very fast and hard shot; scored four goals in semifinal win over Amherst and five in quarterfinal win over Agawam; had streak of five games with three goals or more.

KEEGAN DUDECK, Longmeadow: The senior midfielder was fourth on the Lancers in points (55) and third in goals (38); had five goals in state championship victory over Medfield; repeat first-team selection; ESPN Boston first-team All-State; will study engineering and play lacrosse at Western New England; selected to BostonLax.Net All-America Game.

DREW KELLEHER, Longmeadow: The junior midfielder was one of the top faceoff men in the area; also tallied 38 goals (tied for third on team) and 21 assists; four goals in state semifinal victory over St. John’s of Shrewsbury; selected to BostonLax.Net All-America Game; ESPN Boston second-team All-State. 

REID LEVEILLEE, Longmeadow: The junior defender earned a second straight selection to the first team; recorded only one assist, but his true strength is his effective play against the opposing team’s top attackman; vital role in limiting South Hadley to only two second-half goals in Western Mass. final; ESPN Boston honorable mention All-State. 
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ZACH LUKAS, Longmeadow: The junior attackman led the state champion Lancers in assists (49) and points (101) and was second with 52 goals; tallied twice each in Western Mass. semifinal against Amherst and final against South Hadley; five goals in regular-season win over Minnechaug. 

JACK RYAN, Longmeadow: The junior defender played an integral role in the Lancers’ run to the state championship; scored one goal this season; strong one-on-one player; important role in shutting down Agawam in tournament quarterfinal. 



Leveillee, Gurzenski receive All-American Honors, Liebel named Coach of the Year

US Lacrosse recently announced their annual award recipients from Western Massachusetts. High school varsity lacrosse coaches from across the region gather at the end of the regular season to vote on these awards.

Reid Leveillee named “All-American”. The junior defenseman was one of only four players to receive this honor from Western Massachusetts and is the only junior in the group. Reid had an outstanding year as a close defender, anchoring one of the best defenses in the state. Reid is the 39th player from Longmeadow High School to receive this honor since the program started in 1970.

Noah Gurzenski named “Academic All-American”. The senior goalie was one of only two players selected this year to receive this honor from Western Massachusetts. Players are chosen for their outstanding performance in the classroom, as well as their contributions on the athletic field. Noah has always been a leader in both. His efforts in cage during the Western Mass semi-finals vs. Amherst, was one of the finest performances ever by a Longmeadow goalie.

Ryan Liebel named “Coach of the Year”. It was the obvious choice that first year Longmeadow Coach Ryan Liebel receive the “Coach of the Year” award after he led the Lancers to a perfect 25-0 season and the programs 19th State Championship in boys lacrosse. He set high goals for the team and demanded much from his players. His ability to teach, motivate and inspire these young men lead to them exceeding everyone’s expectations.

Congratulations to all !!!


STATE CHAMPS !! PERFECT SEASON ENDS AT 25-0
Lancers down Medfield 10-7 in State Finals
  06/14/2013


Outstanding effort by all, especially senior Keegan Dudeck, Matt Draymore and the defense. See writeups and videos of the game below.

Goals: Keegan Dudeck (5), Max Stukalin (1), Zach Lukas (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Matt DeMarche (1).

Asst: Zach Lukas (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (9).



Article from the Boston Globe

Liebel Leads Lancers to Perfection in 1st Season as Coach

Perfect Ending to a Perfect Season (VIDEO)

Link to John Polak's Photos of Championship Game ( Thank you John!!)

Boston Herald Story


LONGMEADOW  15  / ST. JOHN’S SHREWSBURY   6    (State Semi-Finals)      06/12/2013

Lancers are now one game away from completing their mission. It was all business today for the Lancers who dominated every aspect of the game from start to finish. This season has never been about one person, but one team and one goal. This team is a coach’s dream team. Relentless, methodical, smart, hard working and unselfish. Combine this with a coach who has incredible passion for the game and a strong commitment to his players, and you get one heck of a team. There is no need to single any defensive or offensive player out today. This season is all about TEAM.  Lancers now play Medfield Friday night as they go for their 19th State Championship in Boys Lacrosse. GO LANCERS. DO IT!

Goals: Drew Kelleher (4), Matt DeMarche (3), Eric Barsalou (2), Will Lukas (2), Max Stukalin (1), Myles Smith (1), Kevin Barry (1), Keegan Dudeck (1).

Asst: Zach Lukas (5), Max Stukalin (2), Eric Barsalou (1), Drew Kelleher (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (9).




LONGMEADOW 10 / SOUTH HADLEY 6           (Western Mass Finals)    6/8/2013

Lancers complete their Western-Mass mission with a hard fought victory over the South Hadley Tigers, winning the Western Mass title by a score of 10-6. It’s been said that beating a team 3 times during a season is a tall task, but the 2013 Lancers put in a great effort and did just that. Matt Draymore was on fire today making 14 saves against a high powered South Hadley offense. His clearing passes were dead on which helped the Lancers control the middle of the field. With Keegan Dudeck not playing due to injury, senior Eric Barslaou stepped up and netted 3 goals, all of which came in the first half. The second half was a defensive battle with both teams only scoring twice. It was here where goalie Matt Draymore shined, making 9 of his 14 saves.   Lancers now play Tuesday night in the state semi-final game against St. John’s of Shrewsbury.

Goals: Eric Barsalou (3), Zach Lukas (2), Will Lukas (2), Jack Ryan (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Kevin Barry (1).  

Asst: Zach Lukas (3), Max Stukalin (1), Will Lukas (1), Drew Kelleher (1).
 
Saves: Matt Draymore (14).




LONGMEADOW 13 / AMHERST  3      (Western Mass Semi-Finals)    6/4/2013


Tonight the boys showed up to play. Defensively they played great, playing the body, communicating and being aggressive. Thanks to Drew Kelleher’s face-off wins and outstanding team defense our offense control the ball for ¾ of the game. Amherst was stingy early but the Lancers continued to ride hard and battle for loose balls, which eventually wore down the Amherst defense. Half-time was the tell tale. At half-time the Lancer coaches kept the boys standing and engaging in two separate huddles. Longmeadow remained focused and dominated the entire second half. Offensively Kevin Barry tallied 4 times on nice, hard, off side bounce shots. Kuddos to Matt Draymore and Noah Gurzenski for outstanding play in goal.

Goals: Kevin Barry (4), Matt DeMarche (2), Zach Lukas (2), Eric Barsalou(2), Keegan Dudeck(1), Drew Kelleher (1), Will Lukas (1).

Asst: Zach Lukas (1), Keegan Dudeck (1), Will Lukas (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Max Stukalin (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (4), Noah Gurzenski (5).


LONGMEADOW 17 / Agawam 4         (WESTERN MASS QTR FINALS)   5/30/13


Lancers dominated this game from start to finish. Longmeadow was a bit rusty at the start but played solid for the majority of the game. Kevin Barry had many nice looks and took advantage of them with a five goal performance. Drew Kelleher and Myles Smith each tallied twice for the Lancers. Defensively Ryan, Leveillee, Cotnoir, Falcone, Casaceli, Cruz, Samuelson, Mulcahy and Gurzenski all played well for the Lancers.  Longmeadow now faces the Hurricanes from Amherst on Tuesday night. Game will be held at Chicopee Comp High School.  

Goals: Kevin Barry (5), Myles Smith (2), Drew Kelleher (2), Keegan Dudeck (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Eric Barsalou (1), Zach Lukas (1), Will Lukas (1), Max Stukalin (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Isaac Chase (1).  

Asst: Will Lukas (5), Zach Lukas (2), Max Stukalin (1), Keegan Dudeck (1), Josh Goldberg (1).

Saves: Noah Gurzenski (8).
 


LONGMEADOW 10 / WESTFIELD  5                  5/23/13     (End of Regular Season  20-0)

Tonight the boys showed up to play. Defensively they played great, playing the body, communicating and being aggressive. It was nice to see them finishing their slides. Offensively the passing game was crisp which led to many excellent looks and shots. The Lancers played their up-tempo game style which suits them well. Johnny Falcone played a nice physical game when he had his opportunities and of course Drew Kelleher’s success at face-offs was huge.  

Goals: Kevin Barry (3), Keegan Dudeck (3), Will Lukas (2), Myles Smith (1), Matt DeMarche (1).

Asst: Zach Lukas (3), Keegan Dudeck (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Max Chipouras (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (12), Noah Gurzenski (3).



LONGMEADOW 12 / SOUTH HADLEY 11   OT      5/22/13

With seven minutes left in the game and down by a score of 8-11, the Lancers rallied for 4 goals to beat South Hadley 12-11 in overtime.  Scoring during this period was Kevin Barry (2), Will Lukas and Keegan Dudeck with the game winner early in the overtime period.  This was a lucky win in a poorly played game. Ok, here’s a spectator’s take on the game; “defensemen played flat footed, never played the body, and never communicated with each other. Offensively, 20 yard shots rarely go in, there’s no “I” in team and making the extra pass is everything in lacrosse”. Drew Kelleher did a great job at face-offs especially from the 4th quarter on. Stuk, keep cutting and you’ll get feeds all day long. Aggressive and up tempo play both offensively and defensively will be what defines this 2013 Lancer team. We’re counting on a fired up Longmeadow team to end the regular season Friday night with a strong showing against Westfield and remaining undefeated.

Goals: Kevin Barry (4), Max Stukalin (2), Will Lukas (2), Eric Barsalou (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Myles Smith (1), Keegan Dudeck (1).  

Asst: Zach Lukas (4), Matt DeMarche (1), Max Stukalin (1), Kevin Barry (1), Keegan Dudeck (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (9).



LONGMEADOW 17 / MINNECHAUG  7                 5/18/13

Longmeadow continues to roll. Heading down the home stretch the Lancers continue winning games handily. What has changed over the past couple of weeks? The Lancers now come out strong and continue throughout the game. This game was over at halftime with the Lancers up 10-2. Wilbraham had no answer for the Lancers offensive today, whether from the midfielders or attackmen, shots were plentiful. Back from his thumb injury, Noah Gruzenski played well at goal, making some nice saves. Lancers improve their record to 18-0 with South Hadley coming to town on Tuesday.

Goals: Zach Lukas (5), Drew Kelleher (4), Kevin Barry (4), Matt DeMarche (1), Eric Barsalou (1), Keegan Dudeck (1), Josh Goldberg (1).

Assists: Will Lukas (4), Drew Kelleher (2), Kevin Barry (1), Zach Lukas (1), Eric Barsalou (1), Max Stukalin (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (6), Noah Gruzenski (3
).


LONGMEADOW 10 / ST JOHN'S SHREWSBURY  8                5/15/2013

It wasn't pretty, but a win is a win. After falling behind 0-3 early in the first quarter, the Lancers were able to painfully battle back to a 4-4 halftime score. Leading the Lancers offense today was Eric Barsalou’s three goals, along with fellow seniors Keegan Dudeck and Kevin Barry. The three seniors combined for 6 of the Longmeadow’s 10 goals. Field conditions were not the greatest today, but let’s just say the Lancers had an off day.  Longmeadow now prepares for its arch rival Minnechaug this Friday night.
 

Goals: Eric Barsalou (3), Kevin Barry (2), Keegan Dudeck (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Zach Lukas (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Max Chipourous (1)..

Asst: Zach Lukas (2), Will Lukas (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Keegan Dudeck (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (10)




LONGMEADOW 16  MEDFIELD  1                                  5/12/13

What had been talk about as one of the best games of the season was anything but.
Longmeadow got it going early and often with no game or fight back from Medfield. Whatever the reason for Medfields lack of play, traveling, tiredness, out played, or just a bad game, in my opinion the Lancers beat them 9 times out of 10 on any given day. Senior attackman Kevin Barry was on fire today scoring 5 goals and causing many turnovers in the offensive end. Defensively it was Leveillee, Ryan, Cotnoir and Draymore shutting the door on the Medfield offense. The Lancer improve to 16-0 with today’s win and play a high ranked St. John’s of Shrewsberry team on Wednesday.

Goals: Kevin Barry (5), Drew Kelleher (2), Max Chiporous (2), Keegan Dudeck (2), Zach Lukas (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Will Lukas (1), Max Stukalin (1), Eric Barsalou (1).

Asst: Zach Lukas (3), Will Lukas (3).

Saves: Draymore (9)



LONGMEADOW 13 / AMHERST 4                            5/7/13


Lancers improved their record to 15-0 this evening with a typical Lancer victory over the Canes of Amherst. Close game after the first half, make defensive adjustments in second half and win by plenty. A well balanced offensive effort today proved to be too much for the Lancer opponent. Goal scoring today had 5 different players with multiple scores, along with 4 players with multiple assists. Defensively the team played well but was not their best effort of the year. Lancers now prepare for Sunday’s game against the Warriors of Medfield. It looks to be a clash of two of Massachusetts top ranked teams.  

Goals: Drew Kelleher (3), Zach Lukas (2), Kevin Barry (2), Will Lukas (2), Keegan Dudeck (2), Myles smith (1), Matt DeMarche (1).

Assists: Matt DeMarche (2), Zach Lukas (2), Kevin Barry (2), Myles smith (2), Reid Leveillee (1), Max Stukalin (1).
 
Saves: Draymore (8).



LONGMEADOW 16 / CATHEDRAL 3                     5/06/13


In the final tune-up game before the yearend playoff run, the Lancers beat up on a struggling Cathedral team 16-3. Longmeadow built up a 10 goal lead after one quarter of play and never looked back. This game allowed Longmeadow coaches an opportunity to work with a few new faces at face-off. Max Stukalin, Kip Ehrenberg and Colin McClure all held their own when called upon to face-off. Offensively and defensively there was not a whole bunch to write about, but the game did provide a playing opportunity for future starters.  Lancers improve their record to 14-0 as they prepare for a couple of tough weeks ahead.

Goals: Zach Lukas (4), Drew Kelleher (3), Kevin Barry (2), Kyle Gagne (2), Will Lukas (1), Keegan Dudeck (1), Max Stukalin (1), Myles Smith (1), Isaac Chase (1).

Assists: Drew Kelleher (3), Kevin Barry (3), Zach Lukas (2), Will Lukas (2), Connor Ostrander (1), Max Stukalin (1).

Saves: Novak (8).



LONGMEADOW 14 / WEST SPRINGFIELD  6          5/03/13


Today’s game was an excellent opportunity to see many of Longmeadow’s up and coming lacrosse starters take to the field.  The Lancers highly favored over a young West Springfield team, made the best of it.  Freshman Kyle Gagne pumped in 3 goals for the Lancers followed by sophomore Keegan Barry’s 2 goals. Defensively sophomore Kiernan Mulcahy played well clearing out the crease area, along with Johnny Falcone.

Goals: Kyle Gagne (3), Keegan Barry (2), Myles Smith (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Kip Ehrenberg (1), Zach Lukas (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Max Chipouras (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Isaac Chase (1), Connor Ostrander (1).
 
Assists: Josh Goldberg (2), Kyle Gagne (2),James Fisher (1), Zach Lukas (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Keegan Dudeck (1), Max Chipouras.

Saves: Novak (5)




LONGMEADOW 10 / SOUTH HADLEY  2            5/01/13

Lancers continue to roll. Methodical, relentless, unselfish, deep, are just a few words that describe this year’s Lancer team.  Did I mention well coached, let’s give coach Leibel some credit for developing this teams aggressive style of play.  Defensively Leveillee, Ryan, Cotnoir, Cruz are all playing well and only getting better as the season rolls on. Offensively the looks were there throughout the game but it seems we continue to miss early scoring opportunities. All and all a well played game. The Lancers next big test will be a rematch with Amherst, one of the pre-season favorites, on Tuesday night.

Goals: Matt DeMarche (3), Zach Lukas (3), Keegan Barry (2), Drew Kelleher (1), Max Stukalins (1).

Asst: Will Lukas (2), Zach Lukas (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (8).



LONGMEADOW 10 / WESTFIELD 4                           4/29/13

The 2013 Longmeadow Lancer Lacrosse team is relentless.  Trailing by a score of 2-4 after 2 quarters of play, the Lancers aggressive defense started paying off, shutting down the Westfield offense for the entire second half. The Lancers scored 8 unanswered goals in the second half on their way to a 10-4 victory over Westfield.  Jack Ryan was a ground ball machine today controlling the middle of the field and creating a nice transition game. Offensively it was Drew Kelleher’s 3 goals and many face-offs wins which also played a big part in today’s victory. Kip Ehrenberg and Max Chipouras also had solid games for the Lancers.   Longmeadow now prepares to play at South Hadley on Wednesday night in a battle of league unbeatens.  

Goals: Drew Kelleher (3), Kevin Barry (3), Zach Lukas (2), Keegan Dudeck (1), Will Lukas (1).

Asst: Myles Smith (2), Reid Leveillee (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Keegan Dudeck (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (11)


LONGMEADOW 13 / ALGONQUIN 3                                         4/27/13

The Lancers hit their stride today and dominated play against the Algonquin Tomahawks.  Longmeadow winning today 13-3 and improves their overall record to 10-0. Leading the scoring today was senior captain Keegan Dudeck scoring 5 goals and junior Zach Lukas assisting on 5 goals. Defensively the team is playing great from a hard ride to aggressive stick checking the 2013 Lancers are relentless.  Looking ahead to Monday’s game against Westfield, this type of play just might be what’s needed.

Goals: Keegan Dudeck (5), Zach Lukas (2), Keegan Barry (2), Kevin Barry (2), Drew Kelleher (1), Max Stukalin (1)

Asst: Zach Lukas (5), Will Lukas (1), Myles Smith (1), Drew Kelleher (1)
 
Saves: Matt Draymore (9)



LONGMEADOW  9 / NORTHAMPTON  5                       4/24/2013


The Lancers methodically took care of business this evening.  With the score 2-2 at half you’d think it was any teams game, well not tonight.  Offensively the Lancers dominated the first half; it was just a matter of time before the barrage would start.  Keegan Barry (2) started the scoring early in the 3 quarter on a nice dodge from up top. Keegan Dudeck (3) tallied the next 3 goals and Zach Lukas finished the quarter with his second goal of the game.  After three it was the Lancers 7 and Northampton 3.  During the 3rd quarter Drew Kelleher won all 7 of his face-offs. During the 4th quarter Drew Kelleher and Keegan Barry each tallied goals for the Lancers on the way to a 9-0 record.  Longmeadow’s next game is Saturday against a tough Algonquin team (6-1). 

Goals: Keegan Dudeck (3), Zach Lukas (2), Keegan Barry (2), Drew Kelleher (1), Will Lukas (1)

Asst: Keegan Dudeck (2), Zach Lukas (2), Drew Kelleher (1), Kevin Barry (1)

Saves: Matt Draymore  (4)




LONGMEADOW 8 / BC High 6                                        4/20/13

Today’s game and early morning practice demonstrates this years team commitment to the lacrosse program and to first year head coach Ryan Liebel. Waking up for a 6am practice, practice for 2 hours, go home shower, get on bus for 9am,  travel 2 hours to South Boston and play a solid game of lacrosse. Kudos to the boys.  Leading the scoring today were midfielders Matt DeMarche (3) and Keegan Dudeck (3). After giving up 2 easy first period wake-up goals the entire team played an excellent defensive game. Lancers improve their record to 8-0.

Goals: Keegan Dudeck (3), Matt DeMarche (3), Drew Kelleher (1), Myles Smith (1).  

Assists: Myles Smith (1), Will Lukas (1), Keegan Dudeck (1).  

Saves: Draymore (10)



LONGMEADOW  7 / MINNECHAUG 5       4/18/13

In a battle of rivals, the Lancers used a strong defensive second half to pull away from a very good Minnechaug squad. Zach Lukas led the Lancers with 4 goals and 2 assist. Jack Ryan played outstanding on defense and Drew Kelleher had another strong night winning face-offs. With the victory, the Lancers improve to 7 - 0 on the season and will now prepare for Saturday's big game vs. Boston College High. 

Goals: Zach Lukas (4), Drew Kelleher (1), Kevin Barry (1), Keegan Dudeck (1).

Assists: Zach Lukas (2), Myles Smith (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Kevin Barry (1).

Saves: Draymore (7)



LONGMEADOW 7 / NORTHAMPTON 4         4/16/13

The Lancers were lucky today with a 7-4 victory over a stingy Northampton defense. Today’s game was deadlocked for 3 quarters and stayed that way until midway through the 4th quarter.  A man up goal along with two fast breaks scores during the 4th quarter was enough to secure the victory. The Lancers defense played well again today lead by Reid Leveillee, Jack Ryan, Dan Cotnoir and Rocco Casaceli. Let’s consider today’s game as an off day for the Lancer offense and give the defense their due credit for today’s victory. The 6-0 Lancers now play the Falcons of Minnechaug Thursday evening at home.  

Goals: Zach Lukas (3), Kevin Barry (2), Keegan Dudeck (1), Myles Smith (1).

Assists: Drew Kelleher (2), Zach Lukas (1), Kevin Barry (1), Max Chipouras (1)

Saves: Draymore (8)



LANCERS WIN THRILLER OVER PINKERTON 12-11 (OT)      4/13/2013


April vacation just got off to a great start with Saturday’s 12-11 overtime victory over Pinkerton Academy. It was Keegan Dudeck’s (3) late 4th quarter goals which gave the Lancers an 11-10 advantage with 4 minutes remaining. With the clock ticking down, Pinkerton forced a Lancer turnover and scored the tying goal with 5 seconds remaining. Overtime was exciting with the Lancer defense and goalie Matt Draymore stopping Pinkerton’s first two possessions. Longmeadow’s first offensive possession was a barrage of shots within a 30 second period of time and ending on an unassisted goal by attackman Kevin Barry.
 

Goals: Keegan Dudeck (3), Kevin Barry(3), Zach Lukas (3), Will Lukas (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Matt DeMarche (1).

Assists: Keegan Dudeck (2), Zach Lukas (1), Drew Kelleher (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (12)




LONGMEADOW 16 / EAST LONGMEADOW 4      4/10/13


An improving LHS squad kicked it into gear in the second half and easily handled East Longmeadow by a score of 16 to 4 on a rainy Wednesday night. After a penalty filled first half the Lancers turned a 1 goal half time lead into a decisive victory. The Lancers attack accounted for 9 goals and 5 assists while goalie Matt Draymore came up big in net.  

Goals: Zach Lukas (4), Kevin Barry (3), Drew Kelleher (3), Will Lukas (2), Max Stukalins (2) Keegan Dudeck (1), Matt DeMarche (1).

Assists: Keegan Dudeck (2), Matt DeMarche (2), Zach Lukas (2), Kevin Barry (2), Will Lukas (1), Myles Smith (1).  

Saves: Draymore (9)




LONGMEADOW 13 / AGAWAM  2                        4/08/13

On a beautiful Monday afternoon in Longmeadow, the Lancers offense started slow but finished well with a solid beating of Agawam 13-2 in a non-conference game.  The Lancers improved their record to 3-0 with today’s victory. In goal today Evan Novak, making his first varsity appearance, stymied his opponents for the first 3 quarters while making excellent clearing decisions. Drew Kelleher dominated face-offs winning a very high percentage.  The scoring was spread between 10 different offensive players balanced between the midfielders and attackmen.

Goals: Zach Lukas (4), Kevin Barry (3), Matt DeMarche (1), Eric Barsalou (1), Myles Smith (1), Isaac Chase (1), Keegan Barry (1). Josh Goldberg (1).

Assists: Drew Kelleher (2), Zach Lukas (1), Will Lukas (1).

Saves: Evan Novak (9).




LONGMEADOW 14 / AMHERST 6           4/06/13

The Lancers started this game on fire going up 4-0 within the fist 5 minutes of the game and never looked back. Besides creating many excellent offensive looks, the Lancers dominated every facet of the game. Midfielder Max Chipouras and defenseman Reid Leveillee owned ground balls today which allowed the Lancers to run many offensive sets. Offensively the team was led by seniors Eric Barsalou, Keegan Dudeck and Kevin Barry accounting for 9 of the Lancers goals. All in all a well played balanced game.

Goals: Keegan Dudeck (3), Kevin Barry (3), Eric Barsalou (3), Zach Lukas (2), Drew Kelleher (2), Myles Smith (1).
 
Assists: Zach Lukas (3), Matt DeMarche (2), Keegan Dudeck (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Myles Smith (1), Max Chipouras (1)..

Saves: Matt Draymore (12).
 


LONGMEADOW 15 / WEST SPRINGFIELD 0           4/03/13

On a cold Wednesday afternoon in West Springfield, the offense got up to speed early and often taking down the West Springfield Terriers by a score of 15-0. The Lancers start the 2013 season 1-0 with today’s victory. The scoring was spread between 11 different offensive players, all made possible by Drew Kelleher, who won 75% of his face-offs. The defense lead by returning starters Jack Ryan and Reid Leveillee kept the crease area clear all afternoon. Overall a good warm-up for Saturday’s home opener against the Hurricanes from Amherst.

Goals: Zach Lukas (3), Kevin Barry (2), Keegan Barry (2), Will Lukas (2), Myles Smith (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Keegan Dudeck (1), Eric Barsalou (1), Kyle Gagne (1), Isaac Chase (1).

Assists: Keegan Dudeck (2), Will Lukas (1), Zach Lukas (1), Matt DeMarche (1) Drew Kelleher (1), Josh Goldberg (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (5), Evan Novak (2).