EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

April 8, 2013

Pelham looks to finish job this spring


The Eagle-Tribune

---- — Both Pelham and Windham have rapidly grown into New Hampshire Division 3 lacrosse powers, and each is expected to again rise to the top in the statewide ranks.

The two will get to see how good they are right out of the gate as the Pythons and Jaguars meet Tuesday afternoon in Windham.

Division 3

Pelham

2012 season: 14-3, Division 3 runner-up

Returning starters (5): Keston Beauregard, Sr., attack; Kevin DeAngelo, Sr., midfield; Jake Diaz, Sr., goalie; Harley Kearney, Jr., midfield; Tom Gleason, Jr., defense

Returning lettermen: Chadd Loring, Sr., defense; Brendan Ozella, Sr., midfield; Justin Skinner, Sr., midfield; Stevie Barton, Sr., midfield; Nick Fisette, Sr., attack; Dustin Lubinger, Jr., midfield; Nolan Duffy, Soph., defense

Promising newcomers: Luke Tracy, Soph., attack; Matt Cerretani, Soph., attack; Nick Wolfrom, Soph., midfield; Eric Guinasso, Soph., midfield; Nick Gonsalves, Soph., defense; Mike Calistro, Frosh., defense; Collin Duff-Marsh, Frosh., goalie

Captains: Keston Beauregard

Candidates: 44

Returning goal leaders: Keston Beauregard 41

Returning honorees: Keston Beauregard and Harley Kearney, second-team All-Division 3; Jake Diaz honorable mention All-Division 3

Fast facts: Last year the Pythons stunned unbeaten Derryfield in the semis but couldn’t hold onto a three-goal lead in the fourth quarter of the title game. ... At one point last year, Kevin DeAngelo had won 42 of 50 faceoffs ... Luke Tracy transferred to Pelham after playing last year at Bishop Guertin.

Assistants: Andrew Keegan, Brian Kelley, Peter Soonthornprapuet

Coach Matt Regan (7th year, 54-39): “Luke Tracy coming back from BG is huge. Keston Beauregard should score a ton of goals. Nolan Duffy and Tom Gleason are our top two guys on defense and Jake Diaz in goal is so solid.”

Windham

2012 season: 12-7, lost in Divsion 3 quarterfinals

Returning starters/lettermen (10): Jeff Trovato, Sr., midfield/goalie; Andrew Koch, Sr., attack; David Goodnough, Sr., defense; Corey Alberico, Sr., defense; Chris Ferri, Sr., defense; Ben Gallo, Sr., goalie; Pat Stap, Sr., midfield; Tom Anderson, Sr., defense; Anthony Gallo, Soph., midfield; Troy Peters, Soph., attack

Promising newcomers: Jacob Estevez, Sr., midfield; Kurtis Jolicoeur, Soph., midfield; Chad Riddle, Frosh., defense; Teddy Paindes, Frosh., midfield; Ben Emrick, Frosh., attack; Matt Shea, Frosh., midfield/attack

Captains: Jeff Trovato, Chris Ferri, David Goodnough, Corey Alberico

Candidates: 48

Returning goal leaders: Anthony Gallo 42

Returning honorees: Chris Ferri, Eagle-Tribune All-Star, Division 3 co-Defensive MVP; Anthony Gallo, All-Division 3; Jeff Trovato, HM All-Division 3

Fast facts: Last year the second-year Jaguars doubled their win total from their debut season. ... Chris Ferri is committed to RIT. ... David Goodnough will play at Rivier.

Assistants: Al Sproul

Coach Joe Young (3rd year, 18-14): “We are young on the offense and will rely heavily on our defenders.”