Landon Lacrosse Wrap Up

For most programs a 13-7 record would be a good one, but for the Bears, who expect much in terms and demand of themselves in greater measure, this year must be considered as OK, but not great. Realistically, a schedule, which includes games or scrimmages against 5 of the top 10, 5 of the next 10 and 1 of the Mid-Atlantic top 10, is probably unequaled. It was also mentioned that Trainers Virtue and Herman frequently had injured players in their room equal to the 10 who usually represent a team on the field.

Coach Bordley, last night,  spoke warmly about all of his coaches and all 42 boys on the roster. His knowledge of each of the targets of his humor, praise and an occasional critique, demonstrated that the Coach really cares greatly about each and every athlete/scholar on the squad. Parents must have been impressed that the legendary teacher/mentor/coach, for whom both a stadium and an academic chair are named, knew their boys so well. It should be added that a fair amount of retort was fired at the Coach by coaches and at least one senior soon to escape the Bordley grasp.

 

After hearing about the individuals’ growth, accomplishments, contributions to teammates and talents, the audience was convinced that on a broader scoring system these young men are undefeated.

 

In addition to the honors bestowed during the Coach’s monologue, the team honors were announced:

             2013 Lacrosse Awards 

 

Most Valuable Player: Marshall Peters

Offensive Player of the Year: Sean O’Brien

Defensive Player of the Year: Michael Rhoads

The George Boiardi Award: Peter Laco

Khari Baten Award: Jason Murphy

The Crawford Award: Robby Dunigan

 

2013 Captains– Jack Falk, Sean O’Brien

 

 

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