Varsity Boys' Lacrosse



Overview


The Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse team finished the season with a 12-7 record overall and earned the sixth seed in the NCISAA tournament. The Hawks defeated Durham Academy in a tight road game to move on to the semifinal against Providence Day, where they were ultimately beaten by the Chargers. The Boys’ Lacrosse program is led by Dick Sipperly, who has been at the helm since 2004 and has led his teams to five state championships.

Schedule


Opponent Date Time Advantage Details Score Status
MAKO
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PLAY DAY
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Fort Mill High School
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Greensboro Day School
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Cox Mill High School
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Ravenscroft School
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Kiski School
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Southlake Christian Academy
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MONTGOMERY BELL
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Covenant Day School
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Durham Academy
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Charlotte Country Day School
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Providence Day School
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Charlotte Christian School
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Cannon School
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Covenant Day School
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Charlotte Country Day School
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Providence Day School
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Charlotte Christian School
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Cannon School
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Roster


# Name Position Grade
2 Cole Barnes A 12
4 Connor Mackey A 11
5 Andrew Sumichrast M 11
6 Collin Hoben M 12
9 Kaelan Amin M 12
10 Jimmie Anderson A 12
12 Joe Parish D 12
16 Tripp Hughes M 12
17 Charles Maund M 12
21 Brock Middendorf D 10
22 Will Zwetolitz D 12
30 Ryan Bonner D 11
35 Paxton Smith G 12

Coaches


  • Head Coach
    Sipperly
    Coach Sipperly has a B.S. in physical education from SUNY Cortland and a Master of Education, Athletic Administration from Springfield College. He has more than thirty years of lacrosse coaching experience, including a stint as the Head Coach of the Welsh National Men’s Lacrosse Team in the UK. Coach Sipperly has been leading the Boys’ Lacrosse program at Latin since 2004 and is also the Middle School Athletic Director and a P.E. teacher. He was recognized as the NC High School Coach of the Year (private) by US Lacrosse three times (2005, 2013, 2014) and received the Booster Club’s Hawkspy Coach of the Year Award in 2015. Coach Sipperly is the father of two Latin alumni.
  • Assistant Coach
    Song
    Coach Song played collegiate lacrosse for Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut and is a well-known and well-respected coach in Charlotte. He was recognized as the NC High School Assistant Coach of the Year (private) by US Lacrosse in 2014. Coach Song’s sons Carson (2015) and Conrad (2017) both made an impact on Charlotte Latin lacrosse and went on to play collegiately, and his daughter, Izzy, will graduate in 2020.
  • Assistant Coach

    Coach Smith has more than fifteen years of lacrosse coaching experience, most recently as an assistant at Ardrey Kell High School. He played NCAA Division III lacrosse at Whittier College (Whittier, CA) and also played two years in the National Junior College Athletic Association. Smith has two undergraduate degrees from the University of Maryland and a graduate degree from Wingate University. His wife, Lucy, is a guidance counselor at Charlotte Latin and their children attend the school. He joined the Latin coaching staff in 2019.

Achievements


CISAA Championships: 2012, 201, 2014, 2015
NCISAA Championships: 2005, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

All-Conference

2018 – Cole Clough, Colin Hoben, Charlie Orndorff, Will Troutman (1st team); David Cowan, Jack Felkner, Harrison Flouhouse (2nd team)
2017 – Charlie Orndorff, Conrad Song
2016 – Hunter Sheridan, Conrad Song (1st team); Ryan Eubank (2nd team)
2015 – Owen Armstrong, Alex Massardo, Clifton Mathis, Jackson Monnin, John Oates, Carson Song
2014 – Owen Armstrong, Clifton Mathis, Jackson Monnin, Emerson Schaeffer, Carson Song
2013 – Owen Armstrong, Will Donohue, Clifton Mathis, Jackson Monnin, Carson Song; Carter Sheridan (Honorable Mention)
2012 – Will Armstrong, Marshall Burlingame, Carson Clough, Will Donohue, Seth Portaro; Will Gardner (Honorable Mention)
2011 – Thomas Armstrong, Carson Clough, Eric Sipperly
2010 – Thomas Armstrong, Robert Jones, Archie McIntosh, Eric Sipperly
2009 – Thomas Armstrong, Andy Metzger, Eric Sipperly, Tayler Sipperly
2008 – Andy Metzger, David Pearson, Tayler Sipperly, Andrew Tanneberger

All-State

2018 – Colin Hoben
2016 – Hunter Sheridan
2015 – Owen Armstrong, Clifton Mathis, Jackson Monnin, Carson Song
2014 – Owen Armstrong, Clifton Mathis, Jackson Monnin, Emerson Schaeffer, Carson Song
2013 – Will Donohue, Carson Song
2012 – Marshall Burlingame, Carson Clough, Will Donohue
2011 – Thomas Armstrong, Carson Clough
2010 – Thomas Armstrong, Eric Sipperly
2009 – Andy Metzger, Tayler Sipperly
2008 – David Pearson, Tayler Sipperly, Andrew Tanneberger

All-American

2018 – David Cowan, All-Academic
2015 – Owen Armstrong, Jackson Monnin, Carson Song
2014 – Jackson Monnin, Carson Song
2012 – Carson Clough
2011 – Thomas Armstrong
2010 – Robert Jones, All-Academic

Collegiate Commitments

2017 – Conrad Song, Colorado College
2015 – Owen Armstrong, Denison
2015 – Clifton Mathis, Holy Cross
2015 – Jackson Monnin, Lehigh University
2015 – John Oates, Birmingham Southern
2015 – Carson Song, Brown University
2015 – Nick Wilson, Franklin & Marshall University
2013 – Will Donohue, Denison
2012 – Harrison Oates, Birmingham Southern
2011 – Thomas Armstrong, Hampden-Sydney
2011 – Trey Burdick, Sewanee
2011 – Reid LeDonne, Susquehanna University
2011 – Eric Sipperly, McGill University
2009 – Taylor Sipperly, McGill University
2008 – Andrew Tanneberger, University of Delaware

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