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Varsity Boys Lacrosse

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
vs.
The Epiphany School
John A. Murray Field
<None Specified>
CANCELLED

Roster

Varsity Boys Lacrosse
  • 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

Team Stories

Steve Barnes

The boys varsity lacrosse season is over after an 11-10 overtime loss to Cape Fear Academy in Wilmington Tuesday. St. David’s trailed 7-5 at halftime and 8-7 after three quarters before taking a 10-8 lead in the fourth quarter. However, the home team came back with two late goals to force overtime, then won in sudden death. “Our guys battled to the end,” said coach Doug Hink, whose team ended 12-3, with two of the losses to Cape Fear. “They are an outstanding team, but we were right there. It was a great game and I’m very proud of the way our seniors have built this program.” Truman Southern led the offense with five goals, while Owen Williams added two.

Steve Barnes

The varsity lacrosse Warriors ended the regular season with a 12-2 victory at Cary Christian Wednesday. St. David’s led 7-0 at halftime and raised their record to 11-2. Owen Williams poured in six goals to lead the offense, while goalie Troy Exum led the defense with multiple saves and clears. “It was an all-around solid performance and a great way to end the regular season,” said coach Doug Hink. “Troy had good help on defense from Josh Burgess, Bo Rieker and Cooper Crosby. We are excited about the post-season.” Truman Southern and Miles Jones added two goals each, while Scott York and Macon Merriman each scored once. 

Steve Barnes

The Warriors took an 11-0 halftime lead on the way to a 14-2 rout at Parrott Academy in Kinston Thursday. The young Patriot team was no match for the St. David’s offense as good passes lead to numerous scoring opportunities.  The defense, led by seniors Bo Rieker, Cooper Crosby and David Clark stymied the opponent's offense and only allowed four shots on goal the entire first half. Senior goalie Miller Ashe got the call in the second quarter and played the remainder of the game allowing only two goals very late in the game. Face off middie Miles Jones dominated the first half and turned the duties to freshman Davis Wall who did an outstanding job the remainder of the game. Offensive standouts were attackman Owen Williams  (senior), Truman Southern (sophomore) Owen Hoffman and Macon Merriman (freshmen). Freshman Scott York was the lone scorer from the midfield units. “All players got plenty of playing time and gave Coach Black and I a chance to see what our 2020 team will look like, said coach Doug Hink, whose team is 10-2.

Steve Barnes

The varsity boys lacrosse Warriors defeated the Cape Fear Hurricanes 12-9 at John A. Murray Field Wednesday in their last regular season  home game Wednesday. The Warriors came out hot in the first half with an early 4-1 lead, but trailed, 7-5 in the third quarter before rallying in the final quarter behind four goals from Owen Hoffman. “We beat one of the best teams in our classification today” said coach Doug Hink, whose team is 9-2 and avenged an earlier loss to the Hurricanes. “I’m so proud of our seniors, this is a really special group”. Owen Williams finished the game with four goals and two assists, Owen Hoffman added four goals and an assist, seniors Miles Jones and William Sheehan both added a goal, and sophomores Truman Southern and Scott York also scored. St. David’s junior Daniel Baucom wrote this post.

Steve Barnes

The varsity boys lacrosse Warriors erupted for six goals in the third quarter on the way to a 15-4 rout of Cary Christian Tuesday at sunny John A. Murray Field. Senior Owen Williams led the second half  10 goal barrage with all four of his goals and four of his five assists. “We go as Owen goes,” said coach Doug Hink, whose team is 8-2. “He’s at his best when he’s making his teammates better and getting them involved in the offense. Our offense really flows when that happens.” Scott York scored three goals, while William Sheehan and Truman Southern had two each. Owen Hoffman, Josh Burgess, Blake Stanley and Bo Rieker each scored once.