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Eastern - Senior Night Recap | 5-2-13

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Senior Night was the theme for Thursday’s match with district rival Eastern High School. Prior to the game there was a brief ceremony honoring the four senior captains; Trent Erps, Mason Paas, Mark Highbaugh and Andrew Frey. (Senior Bios below). 

The Centurions inexplicably came out flat and quickly found themselves behind two goals to none. CAL then regrouped and went on to play their finest, most complete game of the season. The offense started to move the ball with precision and fill the net with goals. This rallied the defense to became virtually impenetrable and force numerous Eagle turnovers.

In the end the score board showed a final score of 18-5. The score, as impressive as it was, doesn’t come close to telling the whole story. This was truly a team effort with contributions from every position. The scoring output was CAL’s highest of the season. Appropriately, the scoring barrage was led by the seniors, each of whom scored. Sharpshooter Frey set the pace with 5 long range goals. Highbaugh found the back of the net twice from his attack position. Erps also fired in two goals to go along with his team-high 4 assists. The biggest cheer of the night game when Paas scored a goal late in the 3rd quarter. This was Paas’ first goal of the year; a rare and difficult feat for a long pole defenseman.

There was plenty more scoring from the underclassmen. Ben Burchell was on fire adding 4 goals and 2 assists. Chad Lewellyn and Joe Zieser each had a goal. Freshmen Cal Lewellyn and Scotty Krantz also contributed with one goal each. Goalie Alex Clark and his defensive mates were equally as impressive holding the Eagles to a very low shooting percentage of 18.5 and forcing 15 turnovers. After the game Coach Phil Brock said “We played the best lacrosse I've seen this team play in four years. We definitely hit on all cylinders!” With this victory, CAL wins the district regular season crown and earns a first round bye I next weeks’ playoffs.

Trent Erps

Parents: Ben and Lorri Erps

How long attended CAL: K-12

Sports played at CAL: Football, Soccer and Lacrosse

Life Verse: Job 23:8-12

College plans: School: Western Kentucky University

Major: Business

Trent has been a wonderful player to coach. His leadership over his fellow teammates has provided an element that coaches can’t offer on the field. Our 2013 season, and all four of his varsity years were a success because Trent took ownership of his role on the field by sometimes pulling the team together in critical sideline huddles for quick pep talks. This quality will serve him well in college and his future career. We will truly miss #5.

 Andrew Frey

Parents: Anne and Ted Frey

How long attended CAL: K-12

Sports played at CAL: Basketball, Golf, Tennis and Lacrosse

Life Verse: 1 John 3:16

College plans: School: University of Kentucky

Major: Pre-Pharmacy

Andrew is a true athlete who possesses the physicality and mental toughness needed to win games and to mentor other players. His efforts have given this team a growing motivation that will continue to grow through the players that have watched him play. Building a strong program and having it survive happens because of players like Andrew. It has been a pleasure to coach him. We will truly miss #29.

 Mark Highbaugh

Parents: Mark and Marla Highbaugh

How long attended CAL: K-12

Sports played at CAL: Lacrosse and Football

Life Verse: Matthew 6:34

College plans: School: University of Kentucky

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Mark has an internal desire to play lacrosse that is second to none. He has overcome many obstacles to become the

player he is today. He possesses a gift for knowing how to move off the ball that can’t be taught. Without Mark’s presence this team would not be where it is today. I am sure that whatever he chooses as a career, he’ll bring this feature to the table. We will truly miss #18.

 Mason Paas

Parents: Lori & Randy Paas

How long attended CAL: K-12

Sports played at CAL: Football, Soccer and Lacrosse

Life Verse: John 15:1-11

College plans: School: Undecided

Major: Undecided

Mason’s “on and off” the field attitude is a goldmine for a coaching staff. He motivates his fellow teammates between the lines on the field and also between his studies and home life by inviting players for “one on one” talks. This is the kind of togetherness a growing team needs to be successful. Mason has never put himself first before the team. We will truly miss #7.

 

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