Albemarle High School Boy's Lacrosse: Welcome

Stowe In Line
Ethan Stowe and the Varsity Patriots Look Ready for Big Dance
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Up Close and Personal

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Teamwork the Albemarle Way

Monday, May 14
Team Camp at BDF Lacrosse/Ferrum College; Sign Up Materials Released

If you are interested in the AHS Team Camp, now is the time to sign up.  Team Camp advances the AHS Lacrosse program during the summer by allowing AHS players to compete together as a team against other school-based teams and clubs.  AHS coaches will be there to mentor and coach the team, and they strongly recommend the camp.  This year, the coaches have selected the Southern All Star Shootout at Ferrum College for the camp.  Please sign up.  Come one come all!

The camp is from July 8-12.  According to the camp's website it is a premier recruiting camp for high school team lacrosse players in the United States. BDF Lacrosse offers a 3-day, overnight team camp that provides the perfect environment for lacrosse players to showcase their skills to some of the best college coaches throughout the country. 

Click below for handouts to complete and further instructions.


Handout: AHS Team Camp

Thursday, May 10
AHS JV Sweeps District with 16-3 Win over Charlottesville High School



          The AHS JV completed a season sweep of the its district opponents with a strong 16-3 win over Charlottesville High School on Thursday, May 10 at home on the turf field. 

          The game was marked by great effort from every player, as the entire team saw plenty of action. 

          Particularly noteworthy were first goals of the season by Clay Miller and Alex Frazier.  Goals were also scored by John Pegg and Ryan Leary (1 goal, 1 assist).  Lance Lunnen got into the box score action with an assist as well.  The team also got plenty of tallies from perennial midfield offensive leaders Cameron Green (1 goal, 7 groundballs), Tom Whalen (1 goal), Nick Chisholm (1 goal), and Justin Moran (1 assist).  Rounding out the scoring were the starting attack: Minor Smith (4 goals, 3 assists), Andrew Hogg (3 goals) and Luke Roberts (3 goals, 2 assists). 

          Christian Hargett helped AHS control ball and the game with a dominant performance facing off. 

          Equally important was the JV’s powerful and stingy defense.  It allowed so few shots  that starter Nathaniel Gaspar got to make one save.   In relief, Kyle Seago picked up three saves.  As usual, the poles were stellar, with Mason Diblee, Justin Parks and Jason Davis causing major disruption to the CHS offense.

          Albemarle's JV plays its last game against E.C. Glass on Saturday May 12.



Saturday, May 12
M*A*S"H Unit Varsity Patriots Fall Short Against Hilltoppers; JV Prevails



Friday, May 11

AHS Sweeps West Central with 10-4 Win Over CHS




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Huber Makes First Quarter Save

Monday, May 7
AHS JV Completes Sweep of Monticello



The JV Boys lacrosse team completed a sweep of a scrappy Monticello JV club tonight, winning 10-1 at Albemarle’s field.  Albemarle started the first quarter with two long possessions and a handful of shots, but Monticello got on the board first mid-way through the quarter.  AHS bounced back quickly on goals by Luke Roberts and Cameron Green to close the first quarter.

In the second quarter AHS extended its lead to 4-1 on another goal by Roberts, and an Andrew Hogg goal assisted by Minor Smith. 

In the second half, the Patriots pulled away, led by a defense that gave Monticello nothing.  Goalie Nathaniel Gaspar had another strong outing, well-defended by Jason Davis, Mason Diblee, Sam Calhoun and Justin Parks, who combined for 14 ground balls, led by 4 each from Parks and Calhoun.

AHS was led in scoring by four goals from Luke Roberts, two each from Hogg and Green, and single tallies by Justin Moran and Nick Chisholm.   Minor Smith added three assists and Chris McDaniel, one.



Saturday, May 5
Junior Varsity Gets by WAHS with Big 5-4 Win





Saturday, May 5
AHS Varsity Picks Up 14-3 Win Over Western as Chandler Gains Progress Praise

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Ryan McCullough (Credit: Daily Progress)