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The Utah High School Lacrosse League Announces Senior All-Star Teams

For Immediate Release – Utah High School Lacrosse League
UHSLL LogoSalt Lake City, May 14, 2014 – The Utah High School Lacrosse League (UHSLL) today announced the Senior All-Star Teams.  We congratulate all these players, their teams and coaches. The game will take place on May 19, 2014 at 7 PM. The game will be held at Corner Canyon High School.  The game will also be broadcast live on The teams will be coached by Brad Lavoie, Assistant Coach for Westminster College and Jordan Harris, Assistant Coach for BYU. The format will be the 1, 3, and 5 ranked teams from the North Conference combined with the 2 and 4 teams from the South Conference.  They will face the 1, 3, and 5 teams ranked teams from the South Conference combined with the 2 and 4 teams from the North Conference.  The South Conference 6th team will share players with both teams.
The UHSLL would like to thank the following sponsors for making this game possible and providing mementos for the players:
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UHSLL 2014 Senior All-Star game
First Last – Position – School
Brock Jeppesen – Attack – Bountiful
Coleman Dunn – Attack – Olympus
Drew Barnes – Attack – Viewmont
Brian Taylor – Defense – Bountiful
Jay Gleason – Defense – Jordan
Parker Handley – Defense – Viewmont
Blake Whiting – Defense – Olympus
Brody Bolerjack – Defense – Brighton
Mitch Head – Defensive Specialist – Jordan
Jared Rigby – Goalie – Jordan
Ben Schettler – Goalie – Olympus
Tucker Gamble – Long Stick Middie – Viewmont
Cameron Redmond – Middie – Bountiful
Brad Anderson – Middie – Jordan
Bridger Fisher – Middie – Olympus
Connor Clay – Middie – Viewmont
Ashton Schmidt – Middie – Brighton
Luke Fairman – Middie – Brighton
Ryan Fogarty – Middie – Brighton
James Clayton – Middie – Bountiful
First Last – Position – School
Joshua McNall – Attack – Alta
Chandler Stranc – Attack – Corner Canyon
Mitch Decker – Attack – Lone Peak
Russell Anderson – Attack – Pleasant Grove
Kyle Allsop – Attack – Spanish Fork
Chase Hansen – Attack – Timpanogos
Sam Pugh – Defense – Alta
Mason Barnhill – Defense – Corner Canyon
Mason Tincher – Defense – Lone Peak
Jeff Hurst – Defense – Pleasant Grove
Jared Kotter – Defense – Spanish Fork
Bryce Kimber – Defense – Spanish Fork
Coleman Plummer – Defensive Specialist – Corner Canyon
Koby Duncan – Defensive Specialist – Spanish Fork
Cade Arbon – Goalie – Corner Canyon
Kassin Jackson – Goalie – Pleasant Grove
Joe Prososki – Long Stick Middie – Lone Peak
Nick Bair – Long Stick Middie – Timpanogos
Chase Oviatt – Middie – Alta
Matt Hunter – Middie – Alta
Casey Rose – Middie – Corner Canyon
Tanner Sheide – Middie – Lone Peak
McKay Daniels – Middie – Pleasant Grove
Devin Hensen – Middie – Timpanogos
Ted Galbraith – Middie – Timpanogos
About the UHSLL
The Utah High School Lacrosse League (UHSLL) was organized to create a self-governed high school lacrosse league.  Each program is independently organized and run.  Programs collectively have organized a cooperative that provides structure to compete in high school level athletics.  We follow all rules of play as stipulated by the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS). The Utah High School Lacrosse League (UHSLL) is a private corporation formed under the laws of the State of Utah.

  1. I’m surprised Grant Pierce isn’t on this list …. There are only 3 Attack on the North and 6 Attack on the South team, maybe there are some North players left off?

  2. It looks like each team was allotted 4 players. All four Brighton nominees are “Bengal Lifers” and deserve the honor. For some of these teams like Brighton with big senior classes I’m sure some tough decisions had to be made. Congrats to all the 2014 representatives! Lot’s of talent should be a good one, as “All-Star” games go. Many coaches look at these rosters and say “Thank god we don’t have to play against that kid again!”

    1. I count 5 Corner Canyon players so not sure about “each team was allotted 4 players”, but I guess you could count one of those CC players as a JD player.=)
      No big deal, was just surprised that Grant wasn’t listed, since he is a senior and would definitely be considered an “all-star”. If indeed each team was only to have 4 then I can understand why Brighton let their “lifers” play.

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