IN BOYS HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE SLC TAKING ON MASSENA UP IN RAIDER COUNTRY. LARRIES GETTING OFF TO A GOOD START 5-1 AT THE END OF THE FIRST AND 9-3 AT THE HALF. SLC GOOD 3RD QUARTER TO GO UP 12-4 GONNA CRUISE TO THE VICTORY NOT SO FAST THE MASSENA RAIDERS SCORES SIX UNANSWERED GOALS IN THE FOURTH QUARTER TO MAKE IT 12-10 BUT THAT'S YOUR FINAL SLC HOLDS ON. KEVIN LOGAN SCORING SEVEN GOALS FOR THE LARRIES, NATE COLE AND BRADY HELMER EACH SCORING TWO GOALS EACH, WHILE JACK KEENAN FINISHING WITH SIX ASSISTS. RANDY SEYMOUR 4 GOALS AND TWO ASSISTS FOR THE RAIDERS, ZACH HOPPS TWO GOALS, TAYLOR ELSNER, DAVID HENRIE, JON PAUL PRAYSHAW, AND GRAYSON PHILLIPS COLE ALL SCORING SINGLE TALLIES IN THE LOSS
ECAC'S DIVISION 1 MENS HOCKEY BEST OF THE DECADE ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY SLU TWO PLAYERS NAMED TO THE LIST AND CLARKSON 1. Trevelyan, a forward, was the only SLU or Clarkson player to make first team. Trevelyan graduated in 2006 after a 100-point career and a spot as a Hobey Baker Award finalist. He finished with 154 points with 78 goals and 76 assists. Trevelyan currently plays for the AHL's Worcester Sharks.
St. Lawrence standout defenseman Drew Bagnall was placed on the second team along with Clarkson defenseman Kent Huskins.
Bagnall was a Dallas Stars NHL draft pick when he came to St. Lawrence and finished his career with 72 points from the blue line. Bagnall was the ECAC Hockey Player of the Year in 2007 after his senior season.
Clarkson's Kent Huskins played with the Golden Knights from 1997-2001. He was the league's Best Defensive Defenseman in 2001 and named a both an All-American and a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award.
FORMER RED RAIDER FIRST BASEMAN ANDY DRAPER HAS BEEN CHOSEN TO BEGIN TO UMPIRE PROFESSIONAL BALL THIS SPRING. WILL START IN CLASS A BALL IN ONE OF THEIR SHORTER SEASONS AND UNTIL HE JOINS THEM WILL BE UMPIRING SECTION 10 GAMES. DRAPER 25 YEARS OLD