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Schedule

vs.
Forsyth Country Day School
Forsyth Country Day School
<None Specified>
CANCELLED
vs.
North Raleigh Christian Academy
North Raleigh Christian Academy
Win 7-6
vs.
Cary Christian School
Cary Christian School
<None Specified>
CANCELLED

Roster

  • Miller Ashe
    2019
  • Reid Barber
    2019
  • Joshua Burgess
    2019
  • Julian Cave
    2019
  • David Clark
    2019
  • Cooper Crosby
    2019
  • Connor Dunn
    2020
  • Troy Exum
    2019
  • John Hauser
    2022
  • Owen Hoffman
    2022
  • Nolan Homeister
    2022
  • Miles Jones
    2019
  • Henry Koon
    2022
  • Clay Matthews
    2022
  • Macon Merriman
    2022
  • Hart Miles
    2022
  • Harper Pennington
    2022
  • Sadler Powell
    2022
  • Miles Rieker
    2021
  • Bo Rieker
    2019
  • William Sheehan
    2019
  • Redmond Smith
    2022
  • Truman Southern
    2021
  • Blake Stanley
    2020
  • Davis Wall
    2022
  • Trey Weddington
    2020
  • Owen Williams
    2019
  • Scott York
    2022

Coaches

Grew up in Vestal, NY. Earned football All-Conference and All Upstate 2nd team Attack for lacrosse while in high school. Also wrestled. Graduated from N.C. St., where he also played lacrosse. Has 20 years of lacrosse coaching experience, including nine at the varsity level with the last six as the Warriors varsity head coach. Is a U.S. Army veteran.

Team Stories

Steve Barnes

The boys varsity lacrosse Warriors stayed undefeated with an 11-3 victory over Davidson Day School Thursday at John A. Murray Field. St. David’s (3-0) broke open a 5-1 game at the half with four goals in the third quarter to take a 9-2 advantage into the final period. Owen Hoffman had two in the third quarter and finished with a team leading four. Owen Williams added three. Miles Jones, Julian Cave and Macon Merriman had one each. “They played a slow style, but our defense handled it well,” said coach Doug Hink. “Troy Exum played extremely well in goal again and our offense did better in the second half.

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Steve Barnes

The varsity boys lacrosse team earned a road victory, 7-6, at North Raleigh Christian Academy Tuesday night. The Knights led, 3-2, at halftime, but the Warriors rallied behind four goals from Truman Southern to raise their record to 2-0. “They played a time killing offense that caused us some problems, but Bo Rieker and Cooper Crosby were outstanding on defense,” said coach Doug Hink. “Troy Exum thwarted many shots in goal and goalie saves lead to scoring opportunities.” Owen Williams and Miles Jones also scored for St. David’s.

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Varsity Wins Opener
Steve Barnes

The varsity boys lacrosse team opened the season with a 10-6 victory over Nansemond Academy of Suffolk Va., Thursday at John A. Murray Field. The Warriors exploded for five third period goals, including three from senior Owen Williams, to break open a 3-2 match at halftime and take an 8-3 lead into the final quarter.  “Our goal today was to play calmly, aggressively and with intellect and we put it all together in the third quarter,” said coach Doug Hink. “Troy (Exum) got in their heads by snuffing some point blank shots. He made the goal look small today. We played well against a good opponent. ” Exum had 18 saves in goal to lead the Warriors. Williams scored a team-high four goals with two assists. Freshmen Owen Hoffman and Scott York had two goals and an assist. Truman Southern added a goal and two assists, while Conner Dunn had one goal. 

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