Boys’ Latin Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach Announces Retirement

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BALTIMORE, MD – (June 26, 2014) – The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland (Boys’ Latin) announced today that Bob Shriver, Class of 1969, will retire as Head Coach of its varsity lacrosse team at the conclusion of the Lakers’ 2015 lacrosse season. Read More…

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Great Highlights From MIAA Championship: St. Paul’s v Boys’ Latin

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Here are some great video highlights from the Baltimore prep school championships in May. Boys’ Latin School of Maryland defeats St. Paul’s School 17-11 to capture the 2014 MIAA A Lacrosse Championship at Johnny Unitas Stadium at Minnegan Field in Towson, Maryland. Read More…

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Boys’ Latin (Md.) No. 1 in Nike/US Lacrosse High School Boys’ Lacrosse Top 25



The Lakers received all 10 first-place votes to remain atop the poll, followed by Culver Academy (Ind.), Georgetown Prep (Md.) and Malvern Prep (Pa.) as the first four remain unchanged. Chaminade (N.Y.) joins the Top 5 in this week’s poll after improving to 5-0. Read More…

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Colin Heacock Decommits From Penn State

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Coach Tambroni and the Penn State Nittany Lions suffered a major recruiting loss when a Top 20 recruit had a change of heart. Colin Heacock (Boys’ Latin, 2013, Attack) has decommitted from Penn State and has now committed to play for the University of Maryland. Read More…

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Rob Pannell Joins Shootout for Soldiers, Wounded Warrior Project

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Rob Pannell joins a slew of other top-notch players as a supporter of a 24 hour lacrosse game to benefit The Wounded Warrior Project. Pannell accompanies Kyle Hartzell, Paul Rabil, Steele Stanwick, Brian Farrell, Drew Westervelt, Eric Martin, and Jesse Schwartzman to name a few. “The Shootout for Soldiers is an awesome event benefiting a great cause,” said Pannell. “We are all able to enjoy our freedoms because of the men and women who protect us overseas, and I hope that the lacrosse community will rally behind this event.” Read More…

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NCAA FOOTBALL: OCT 31 Penn State at Northwestern


The mess at Penn State right now is disappointing and disgraceful. I have no respect for the institution. The whole athletic program is corrupt and anyone who thinks they aren’t needs to reevaluate their frame of thinking and purchase a moral compass. Read More…

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Boy’s Latin’s Big Poppa Commits To Georgia For Football

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According to Rivals.com Greg Pyke has just committed to the University of Georgia to play SEC football. You might remember the 6’6″ 315lb offensive tackle/middie this past Spring when Booker Corrigan proclaimed him as “Big Poppa” after scoring a huge goal against McDonogh in a crucial MIAA matchup. Read More…

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Best Comeback Ever, Gilman Scores 3 Goals in 1 minute



Anyone who saw Tuesday night’s Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference semifinal between Boys’ Latin and Gilman is likely to be talking about it for years to come. Keep Reading…

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Booker Corrigan, Best Announcer in Lacrosse?




Listen to the catch-phrase happy and exuberant Booker Corrigan during the Boys’ Latin vs. McDonogh MIAA lacrosse game. It would be a treat to hear him commentate during NCAA playoffs because he brings so much energy to the game unlike the mundane announcing we currently suffer through. Keep Reading…

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Wells and Shack Stanwick Explain Their Lacrosse Sticks



We caught up with Wells (Hopkins) and Shack Stanwick after their heartbreaking 8-7 OT loss to Gilman Saturday. They were nice enough to explain why they use traditional stringing. The Stanwick family has single-handedly brought the leathers back.