All-baltimore City

Boys Lacrosse

June 04, 2008

Player of the Year Jack Doyle Gilman

The midfielder filled up the stat sheet this season, totaling 37 goals, 25 assists and 70 ground balls, and he handled faceoffs for the Greyhounds. The scary thing is the Harvard-bound junior still has room to improve.

"He's got great talent, but he's a kid that spends hours upon hours shooting on his own," Gilman coach Brooks Matthews said. "I just hope that he continues to apply himself so he can keep getting better so he can be even stronger and tougher next year."

Doyle has career totals of 60 goals, 29 assists and 114 ground balls.

Coach of the Year Brooks Matthews Gilman

The Greyhounds had a lot of talent this year, and Matthews consistently put that talent in position to succeed. Gilman came just short of a perfect season, finishing 18-1 after falling by a goal to Loyola in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship game.

Matthews guided Gilman through a challenging nonconference schedule against lacrosse powers such as Landon and Georgetown Prep, and then led the Greyhounds to a 10-0 record in conference regular-season play. Gilman has five juniors that made the All-Baltimore City team, so it should be a force next season as well. The team

Name School CL P

Brandon Capaletti Arch. Curley Sr. A

Davey Emala Gilman Jr. A

Marcus Holman Gilman Jr. A

Dominique Serio Mt. St. Joseph Sr. A

Jack Doyle Gilman Jr. M

Chris Hardy Mervo Sr. M

Greg McBride Gilman Jr. M

Jamar Peete Walbrook Jr. M

Joey Ehrmann Gilman Sr. D

Harry Prevas Gilman Jr. D

Andrew Sellers Arch. Curley Sr. D

Michael Lioi Arch. Curley Sr. G

Note: Team selected by Stefen Lovelace after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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