Annapolis Panthers

1991 Anne Arundel Boys Lacrosse At A Glance

1991 Boys Lacrosse Preview

High Schools

March 24, 1991

Head coach: Dan Hart (third season)

Assistants: Bob Glassman, Duncan Bradbury, Ben Price and Bob Bohanon

1990 record: 12-3 (lost in 4A/3A finals to Dulaney)

Returnees: Seniors, Chris Boone (att-mid), Ryan Hurt (att-mid), Chris Turner (att-mid), Aaron Sanes (def), Dean Samaras (def), Chad Clay (def), Rob Henneberger (def), Mike Lytle (att-mid), Chris Loschiavo (def) and Chris Staudner (g); juniors, Frankie Jones (att-mid), Dan Flynn (attack), Tony Knight (g), Jim Reed (def) and Zach Pope (def); sophomores; Jak Karl (att), Brendan Bellotte (def) and Mike Fraioli (att)

Newcomers: Senior, Mike Lynisky (def); juniors, Clancy Cornwall (att-mid) and John Natalie (att-mid); sophomores Domenic Harris (att-mid) and Craig Harrison (def); freshmen, Taylor Boone (att-mid) and Jack Copus (def)

Coach's outlook: "I've been coaching for 22 years, and this might be the best set of seniors I've ever had. We have a lot of senior leadership on this club. We also return a solid core of underclassmen that should make a big contribution to our club. Offensively, we have the ability to score 12 or 13 goals a game. Last year, we had three aces in Mike Greene, Chris Vlahos and Craig Zimmerman, but this year, we may have even a better hand to work with. We don't have the dominating players, but there's a lot more balance."

Anne Arundel County Sun's outlook: With a cast of 10 returning seniors, Annapolis seems to be the slight favorites in 4A county league play. If executedsuccessfully, the Panthers' run-and-stun offense should be exciting to watch.

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