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Islander Boys Lacrosse Honors And Awards

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Posted: Monday, June 3, 2019 3:42 pm

The Islander Boys Lacrosse Team under the direction of Head Coach Alex Cade held their post-season banquet recently. The Team Awards included: MVP-Joe Walsh; Attackmen of The Year: James Witthoft; Midfielder of The Year-Devin Schulte; Defenseman of The Year-Andrew Bell; SOB Ironman Award: Casey Harris; Break out Player of the Year-Teddy Hendrickson; Coaches Award-Luke Sandie; ISF Award-George Farley; KMAC Memorial Scholarship: Bell (Named for Kyle MacArthur No. 30); Nick Castellanos Scholarship-Walsh.

Walsh was named to the USILA and ADRLN All-American Teams. He is the third Coronado Goaltender to be named an All-American, a list which includes Easton Gormican and Kevin Chenoweth. Walsh was also named to the All-CIF First Team and Bell earned All-CIF Second Team Honors.

The City League All-Conference, was very competitive this season with three conference teams qualifying for the Open Division. First Team All-City League honors went to Bell, Walsh and Schulte. Second Team honors went to Witthoft and Harris.

A bit of Boys Lax Alumni news includes Anthony DeMaio (CHS ’16), who plays collegiately at the University of Maryland, has been named an NCAA All-American. He is the sixth CHS alumnus to be named an NCAA All-American, a number un-matched by any other San Diego area program.

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