54 players who will have an impact on the 2018 boys lacrosse state tournament
By Mike Kinney and Brandon Gould | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Brandon Gould | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Which players will step up in the state tournament?
The state tournament will kick off play on Wednesday as teams throughout 10 brackets battle to be the final team standing at Kean University on June 9. Find out which players could step up and have an impact on the tournament below.
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Sean Beers, Gloucester Catholic, Jr.
The junior has been tearing it up for Gloucester Catholic with 53 goals and 25 assists for Gloucester Catholic, which will get a rematch with Bishop Eustace in the second round of the Non-Public B playoffs. Kellen Hurst is another strong scoring option for the Rams.
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Canyon Birch, Manasquan, Jr.
The Army commit is one of the most explosive players in the entire state and leads Jersey with 91 goals this season. Birch also has 43 assists to go along with that goal total. Manasquan is at its best when Birch is rolling, but it also has the ability to open up the rest of the offense if team’s try to double the star attackman.
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Mac Bredahl, Chatham, Sr.
The three-sport standout uses blazing speed, cunning and good, old-fashioned grit to make life very difficult for opposing defensemen. Bredahl, who will play both lacrosse and golf at Tufts, has 43 goals and 39 assists this season, including nine goals, six assists in two games against Delbarton. He, Connor Byrd, Ryan Decker and Max Schellling helped send the Green Wave to their only loss this season with three goals and four assists in an 8-6 victory April 21.
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