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Quiet Storm boys' lacrosse captures three Summer Slam titles

Jul 21, 2014
Source: submitted Quiet Storm U15 poses with the Summer Slam championship trophy. Pictured in back (l-r) are Westley Ingersoll, Jacob Brown, Connor Dixon, Ian Hoisington, Collin Eichelberger, Mike Loessner, Cole Josetti, Greg Boyce, assistant coach Kyle Gallagher and head coach Matt Cannone; in middle are Ryan Peterson, Tanner Farro, Cade Trauger, Davis Ingley, Gabe Heister, Tucker Brown, Jacob Michelsen and Freddy Sposato; in front are Sam Cantello and Brooks Buck.

Three Quiet Storm teams won championships in their divisions at the recent Summer Slam boys' lacrosse tournament held June 21 and 22 at three West Chester, Pa. locations.

Quiet Storm has put together five age-group boys' squads that play for Eastern Shore Lacrosse LLC.

The U15 squad went 7-0 in the tournament including an 8-3 win over United Albany in the championship game.

The U11 Quiet Storm team went 6-0 for the tournament beating South Central Chaos in the championship game 9-4.

The Quiet Storm High School Orange team went 7-0 in the tournament and beat Pittsburgh Elite 9-8 in the championship game.

Members of the Quiet Storm U11 championship squad include in back (l-r) Aidan Shue, Sean Peterson, Evan Frolich, Mason Brown, Connor McLaughlin, Brice Richins, Dominick Flora, head coach Parker Dickerson, Dante Trader, Braxton Medd, Adam Meacci and Connor Carpenter. In front are Joseph Wright, John Arrington, Nico D’Amico, Adison Hommel, Lucas Ingley, Parker Lucas, Graham McColgan, Sammy Heister and Brugh Moore. Not pictured is Garret Wright.
Quiet Storm HS Orange team, 7-0 in the tournament, won its division with a 9-8 victory over True Pittsburgh Elite. Pictured in back (l-r) are head coach Ben Sandlin, Brandt Lookup, Wyatt Richins, Corey Gwin, Jake Lathroum, Matt Dunworth, Brent Reed, Sam Phillips, Ricky Bauer, Jon Adkins, Adam Alderfer, Tyler Keen, Bryce Keen and assistant coach Matt McGinnis. In front are AJ Marshall, Joey Kung, Bryan Dilley, Ross Dickerson, Chris Bragg, Cole Conrad and Jake Lanza. Not pictured is Devon Lee.
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