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Recent Creighton Prep Varsity News

Junior Jay Fallball

01/24/2017, 9:45am CST
By Coach Haney

The Junior Jay Varsity won a game 13-7 over Millard West on Saturday, September 24th on Creighton Prep’s East Field. This was the second of five home Fall Ball games for the Junior Jays.

Prep scorers were led by RJ Moffat (six goals), Bobby Lawton (2 goals and 3 assists), Max Bruning (2 goals and 2 assists) Paul Gordon (1 goal and 2 assists), Carson Johnson (1 goal and 1 assist) and Leo Dunlap (2 assists). Jack Mausbach added a goal to the mix. Miles Stafford and Ryan Buresh each added an assist.

The Junior Jay Defense was led by Jack Mausbach (6 ground balls), Sam Johnson (4 ground balls), Mark Mausbach, Ryan Buresh, Max Bruning and Leo Dunlap registered 3 ground balls apiece. Taran Theel, Miles Stafford, Matt Buckley, Zac Boyer, Ethan Kilstrom, and Max King each are credited with a ground ball. Goalie Sam Johnson recorded 8 saves in the win.

The next games are on October 1st on Prep’s East Field. The Junior Jays play Westside at 10:00am and Millard North at 12:00pm.

Creighton Prep Lacrosse - All Star Team 2016

06/08/2016, 9:15am CDT
By Creighton Prep Lacrosse

The following 2016 Creighton Prep Varsity players were selected on May 13, 2016, by Nebraska Premier Lacrosse, the 2016 Nebraska High School Lacrosse Association (NELAX) All Star Game sponsor, to participate in the 2016 NELAX All Star Game on May 26 (subsequently rescheduled to June 2 due to inclement weather): Carson Johnson (Junior Attack),  Mitch Rhoades (Senior Midfielder), Dante Davoli (Senior Midfielder), Tobias Greene (Senior Defense), Edward Johnson (Senior Defense), Sam Johnson (Junior Goalie) and Leo Dunlap (Sophomore LSM).

Coach Haney stated: "I am extremely proud of the Creighton Prep players chosen for the 2016 NELAX All Star Game.  Selection to the 2016 NELAX All Star Game is the highest individual honor a Nebraska high school lacrosse player can achieve.  These seven players each represent the most talented, hardworking and skilled players the Creighton Prep Lacrosse Program has to offer.  Our future players would do well to emulate the skill development, practice habits and sportsmanship of each of Creighton Prep's 2016 All Star selections."