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PLAYERS WHO IMPRESSED – COAST TO COAST FALL FRAY 1-5

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Here are the Players Who Impressed from Fall Fray: 1 - 5

1. Jake Spallina

2023 – FO/M – Mt Sinai HS (NY) – Team 91 Bandits: 

Spallina displayed toughness, most notably during the ’23 championship game where he got hit really hard by a defender and got up and kept playing and winning faceoffs the rest of the game. Jake isn’t just your typical FOGO. The Mt. Sinai sophomore  stays on to play solid SSDM and will crush it on the other end on offense by dishing in a score. Nice complete player. 

2. Timmy Vine

2022 – Goalie – Lindenhurst (N.Y.) – Legacy: 

Vine stood on his head in the ‘22 ASG. Good field sense and always has his eye on the ball ready to make a big stop. Timmy made a on-the-doorstep save in one of the regular games we saw.

3. Nate Kabiri

2023 – Episcopal (Va.) – Midfield- DC DOGS: 

We were really pumped to see Nate play again this weekend. The Episcopal middie has nice size and shows great hustle! Had a big time goal in the ‘23 championship game. But Nate is probably the best feeder we’ve seen so far this fall in the ‘23 class.

4. Max Hawkinson

2022 – Faceoff – Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) – Team 91 Smash

Just committed to Rutgers where they pride themselves on solid production from the face-off line. Max is a tough Long Island kid. Shows a quick clamp and gets the ball out fast. He had some amazing battles against ADVNC and Tri State at Fall Fray.

5. Tristan Zimmerman

2022 – Defense/ Long-Stick Midfielder – Legend HS (CO) – Denver Elite

We saw Zimmerman play in the All Star Game and loved the way he played on ball 1-on-1. As well as sliding to the ball quickly. Zimmerman will continue to grow and get stronger. Really solid D/LSM.

 

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By Peace Report Lacrosse Blog

Written and edited by Tom Peace. Peace is a national high school writer. Peace has been in the broadcasting and journalism field for over 15 years.

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