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Players of the Week - Group 3

Section V Boys Lacrosse Coordinator Mike Simon in conjunction with the Canandaigua National Bank are, once again, sponsoring recognition of noteworthy performances throughout the season.

In our third group we have a junior and a senior who have had noteworthy performances in the last week.

Offensive Player of the Week

Sean OlvanyTeagan Fingar - Penn Yan Midfielder

Teagan Fingar There is no doubt that Teagan has been a a key element in the success of the Mustangs, not only this year but ever since he joined the Varsity as an eighth grader. The senior midfielder leads his team in goals, assists and points and is committed to Mount St. Mary when he continues his education next year. Last week he scored the game winner against Homer with twenty seconds left in regulation. He was a big part of the 8-7 win, scoring in all but one goal (5g-2a). In the Geneva victory he added 2g-2a. He currently has 126 career goals, 80 assists.

Head Coach Brian Hobart says, "Teagan leads our team during games and practices.  His work ethic and desire to make himself and the team better is evident everyday. "

Defensive Player of the Week

Peyton LichBrady Quill - Hilton Defenseman

Brady Quill The Cadets have struggled, somewhat with wins so far with three losses by one goal (two in ot), but they were on a roll last week with a couple of big-time wins as they defeated Pittsford and Thomas. One of the reasons for their turn-around is the defensive performance of Brady who had a goal, seven takes and five ground balls against Pittsford and six takes and four more ground balls against Thomas.  The senior leads his team in ground ball production and takes and will take his skills to Albany next year.

Head Coach Tim Byrnes says, “Brady (team captain) had a great week covering the top attackman in both the Pittsford and Thomas games.  He had a big goal in the Pittsford game and many key takeaways in both games.  On the season he has 3 goals and 1 assist.”

Previous Weeks:  Group 1      Group 2