Connor Preston saved a number of difficult shots which kept us competitive in the game. Will Putnam, Blake Freisen, and Steve each had two goals. Ethan played great defensive middie along with Hunter. Close Defense player a great game against a strong offense
Lacrosse at the Dublin School began in the 1970’s and has grown to become one of the most popular and well-attended sports at the school. Our program emphasizes understanding of the game, importance of preparation, and knowledge of strong team dynamics. Energetic, enthusiastic, respectful, and tireless are the characteristics that define Dublin School players and coaches alike.
The team plays in the River Valley Athletic League and SENE conference. Our schedule is made up of similar sized varsity clubs from all over New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Playing and practicing on a gorgeous field beneath Mount Monadnock, the team has an inspiring and unique setting to compete and enjoy the game of lacrosse. Prior experience is not necessary as our squad combines players with a burgeoning passion for the sport with those with already established roots.
Connor Preston had numerous saves and successfully clears. On defense Oliver Wilson came back from an injury and played an integral role in shutting down the opposition. Will Putnam played an aggressive midfield and had a handful of assists. Stevie Perello and Blake Friesen each had hat tricks and Elijah De Jesus scored a goal as well.
Connor Preston made 32 saves, giving him an 80% save percentage. Owen Caron had a shutout and 1 save. Ethan Doane and Will Putnam gave it their all playing middie on offense and defense. Dan Maguy, Doug McDonough, and Oliver Wilson all had great communication on the defensive end.
Connor Preston had a number of great saves, Ethan Doane played strong midfield defense, Blake Friesen was a good leader on offense