This felt like a harder cut than usual, maybe because we’re coming off a lost year with a lot of new faces in lineups. (Or it could just be that we don’t really remember what doing this was like in the past; it has been a while.) Either way, this state has a bunch of lacrosse talent, some of it coming from emerging areas, and let’s hope everyone stays healthy and we get to see it showcased.
Aidan Best, Jr. M, Staples: One of a number of juniors who come highly regarded in the FCIAC this year. Coach Will Koshansky calls him the “most competitive kid in our program.” Committed to Lafayette.
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