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Alatorre, Juan

12

Kronlund, Chris

11

Baer, Logan

12

Macedo, JT

9

Baysinger, Nick

11

Moso, Matthew

11

Bernabe, Juan

10

Mounger, Elijah

12

Brown, DeSean

12

Salazar, Lucca

12

Case, Stephen

11

Sansom, Zach

10

Deal, Logan

11

Schenone, Dominic

12

Dougherty, Brenden

11

Shipman, Charlie

11

Duffy, Leo

12

Sylvia, Caleb

11

Heffernan, Ben

12

Torres, Geronimo

12

Herrera, James

12

Wheatley, Weston

12

Kirby, Max

12

 

 

       
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Amen, Noah

10

McKee, Patrick

9

Breckenborough, Andrew

9

Mounger, Joshua

9

Cassidy, Brian

10

Ottolini, Anthony

9

Del Carlo, Anthony

9

Shipman, John

9

Karp, Damon

10

Solidun, Adriel

9

Kent, Dylan

10

Stahl, Caleb

9

Kramer, Timothy

9

Telles, Tristan

9

Mangaron, Lence

10

Willis, Matt

9

 

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Lacrosse News

 

Lacrosse: Rams Get League Honors

 

The Sacramento Valley Lacrosse League awarded Senior Goalie Leo Duffy and Senior Attackman Ben Heffernan with All League Honorable Mentions.

 

Lacrosse: Lincoln 15 , St. Mary's 3

 

The Rams lost to the Trojans at Lincoln in league play, 15-3 in an away contest.

 

Lacrosse: Vista Del Lago 17, St. Mary's 3

 

In a very physical game at Sanguinetti Field, the Rams fell to the Falcons 17-3 in league competition. Jack Sansom led Ram scorers in the contest. Record: 4-7, 3-4 SVLL

 

Lacrosse: St. Mary's 1, Casa Grande 0

 

St. Mary's won the scheduled game by virtue of a forfeit on the part of Casa Grande with a score of 1-0. Record 4-6, 3-3-.

 

Lacrosse: Granite Bay 19, St. Mary's 0

 

The Rams, still without their key players were overwhelmed by Granite Bay 19-0. Record 3-6, 2-3.

 

Lacrosse: Jesuit 17, St. Mary's 3

 

Without the services of their top scorers including top scorer Ben Heffernan who suffered a knee injury last week, the Rams were met with an onslaught of Raiders in a very physical game at Sanguinetti Field at St. Mary's. The Rams matched Jesuit man for man in the pounding and sometimes bone jarring event, but as injured player Weston Wheatley would probably say from his starring role in "Guys and Dolls" Luck was not their lady that night.  Record: 3-5, 2-2

 

Lacrosse: St. Augustine 14, St. Mary's 0

 

Playing in San Diego, the injured Rams fell to St. Augustine's onslaught as they lost to the Saints 14-0. Record: 3-4, 2-2

 

Ben Heffernan Named Male Athlete Of The Week

 

Ben Heffernan was named The Records Male Athlete of the Wekk. The article is as follows:

 

"Senior scores in bunches for Rams

 

Lacrosse player Ben Heffernan took a few minutes away from lacrosse practice on Wednesday to talk about lacrosse, while wearing a shirt that simply read lacrosse. Its safe to say hes a fan of the sport.

 

It incorporates all sports. Its a fast-paced, high-intensity and high-contact game, Heffernan said. I love it. I cant get enough of it.

 

Heffernan, a senior for the Rams, has been doing his part this season, especially on the offensive end. In St. Marys 16-6 win over Bella Vista last week, Heffernan scored seven times. Heffernan has been playing lacrosse for eight years, and he gravitated toward it after trying a number of other sports. Hockey wasnt as accessible in the area, and basketball and baseball just didnt have the physicality that lacrosse offered.

 

Nearly a decade into his career in the sport, Heffernan is a captain on head coach Mike Mulvihill Jr.s Rams squad. Mulvihill Jr. said Heffernan is a natural leader, and possesses both a great lacrosse mind and an unselfish attitude. Hes not a guy who needs to get his goals, Mulvihill Jr. said. Hes happy getting assists, making a play or being a decoy. Whatever he needs to do.

 

Heffernan may not need the goals, but hes had no problems racking them up this season. Heffernan credits midfielders Dominic Schenone and JT Macedo for finding him on the outside . We lost a lot of crucial players from last year, Heffernan said. Im just trying to fill their shoes the best I can and put some numbers up on the board.

 

St. Marys heads to San Diego next week, and Heffernan said the goal is to take care of business down south as the Rams move towards the playoffs. Asked for his personal goals as he closes in on his senior year, Heffernan said he has hopes of continuing his playing career. Id like to play in college. Im not too sure where Im going yet, but Im optimistic, Heffernan said. Walking on anywhere would be a dream of mine.

 

Lacrosse: Livermore 15, St. Mary's 7

 

Ben Heffernan had 5 goals but thehe Rams lost to Livermore 15 - 7 in non-conference play. Record: 3-4, 2-1

 

Lacrosse: St. Mary's 16, Bella Vista 6

The Rams beat Bella Vista in fine fashion 16-6 in league play at Sanguinetti Field in the Thompson Sports Complex at St. Mary's. Ben Hefernan had 7 goals, J.T. Macedo had three goals while Zach Samsom and Dominic Schenone each had two goals.   Record: 3-3-, 2-1

 

Lacrosse: St. Marys 14,Christian Brothers 2

 

Playing in Sacramento, Ben Heffernan and Zach Samson each scored five goals, and DeSean Brown had one goal and one assist as the Rams beat the Troubadours 14-2. Record: 2-3

 

Lacrosse: Davis 18, St. Marys 3

 

The Rams were bested by the Blue Devils 18-3 in league play 18-3.  Record: 1-3 League 0-1

 

Lacrosse: Miramonte 17, St. Mary's 2

 

The Rams who are still missing key players with injuries and the extended basketball season, were shell shocked by the Matadors as they lost 17-2 in pre-season play in Oridna, Callifornia at Miramonte High.  Next up is Davis.  Record: 1-2

 

Lacrosse: Bella Vista 6, St. Mary's 5

 

The Rams played  a tough defensive game that wasn't decided until the very end with an unfortunate one-point loss as St. Mary's fell to the Broncos 6-5. Record 1-1

 

Lacrosse: St. Mary's 12, Granada 5

 

In the season opener, the Rams took on perennial powerhouse Granada and, despite missing 5 key players, won 12-5. Ben Heffernan had 5 goals and Leo Duffy had 7 saves in the 4th quarter.  Record 1-0

 

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