First team at a glance 1993 ALL-CARROLL COUNTY BOYS LACROSSE TEAMS

June 03, 1993|By Glenn Graham

* Brad Blizzard, South Carroll, Sr., midfield -- A versatile player for the Cavaliers with solid all-around skills, Blizzard anchored the team's solid midfield with 23 goals and three assists.

* John Bolesta, Westminster, Sr., attack -- He led the county in scoring with 44 goals and 11 assists. A rangy attacker with deceptive speed and great stickwork, he and his twin brother, Mike, are headed to Villanova on lacrosse scholarships.

* Mike Bolesta, Westminster, Sr. defense -- A relentless checker with all the tools, Mike's biggest challenge often comes going up against his brother, John, in their backyard. He has great size and is as quick as his brother.

* Mike Heilman, Liberty, Sr., defense -- The heart and soul of the Lions' defense this season, Heilman did everything well. He showed great stickwork and the ability to start the offense from the back with accurate clearing passes.

* Tom Luster, South Carroll, Soph., attack -- Time after time Luster came up with big goals for the county champion Cavaliers. He showed much more poise than his sophomore status with 28 goals and seven assists. He is a strong finisher who likely will get better.

* Travis Mansfield, South Carroll, Sr., midfield -- Another one of coach Gene Brown's solid two-way players. Mansfield had 11 goals and 13 assists, but was just as valuable defensively and controlling the middle of the field.

* Chris Nave, South Carroll, Sr., goalie -- Nave came up with big saves on a number of occasions this season. He showed great quickness in the cage and was more than reliable with his stickwork and leadership.

* Geof Weisenborn, South Carroll, Sr., defense -- No player made more of an impact on his team than Weisenborn. He brought everything to the field, including strong leadership, fierce checking and crafty stickwork. He is headed for UMBC on a lacrosse scholarship.

* Ross Yastrzemsky, Liberty, Sr. attack -- He completed a banner career at Liberty with 27 goals and 28 assists. No offensive player in the county drew more attention by opposing defenses than Yastrzemsky, who was as good at setting up teammates as he was at putting the ball in the net.

* Gabe Zepp, Westminster, Sr. midfield -- Zepp anchored the Owls' top midfield and provided leadership. He did a great job starting things offensively for the Owls' attack and turning it around for defense.

* Jim Zoulias, Westminster, Sr. attack -- Zoulias scored 17 goals and, with 29 assists, set the table for John Bolesta and second-team selection Chris Ahrens (30 goals).

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