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The Danes will be participating in the Catamount Classic on October 10th @ the

Thayer Academy in Braintree, MA. Supposedly, this event is top quality.

 

The alumni game is on October 16th @ 1 PM.

Wonder which alumni will be joining the game this year?

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For those of you who may wish to follow his senior year:

 

 

"Salmon River lacrosse just acquired the top attacker in the country, according to InsideLacrosse.com

 

Lyle Thompson, the brother of Miles who will play for the University at Albany this year, is transfering to play his senior season for the Shamrocks.

 

Thompson played for Salmon River in eighth and ninth grade before transfering to LaFayette. He comes back to reunite with Iroquois teammate Seth Oakes, Ky Tarbell and Dalston Day. All are considered top prospects and makes Salmon River a state title contender.

 

Thompson was a first-team Times All-North selection as a freshman before leaving for LaFayette."

 

http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/article/20100910/SPORTS02/309109947/-1/sports

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For those of you who may wish to follow his senior year:

 

 

"Salmon River lacrosse just acquired the top attacker in the country, according to InsideLacrosse.com

 

Lyle Thompson, the brother of Miles who will play for the University at Albany this year, is transfering to play his senior season for the Shamrocks.

 

Thompson played for Salmon River in eighth and ninth grade before transfering to LaFayette. He comes back to reunite with Iroquois teammate Seth Oakes, Ky Tarbell and Dalston Day. All are considered top prospects and makes Salmon River a state title contender.

 

Thompson was a first-team Times All-North selection as a freshman before leaving for LaFayette."

 

http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/article/20100910/SPORTS02/309109947/-1/sports

 

Sorry, I might not be up on my lacrosse recruiting, but are we in play for him?

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For those of you who may wish to follow his senior year:

 

 

"Salmon River lacrosse just acquired the top attacker in the country, according to InsideLacrosse.com

 

Lyle Thompson, the brother of Miles who will play for the University at Albany this year, is transfering to play his senior season for the Shamrocks.

 

Thompson played for Salmon River in eighth and ninth grade before transfering to LaFayette. He comes back to reunite with Iroquois teammate Seth Oakes, Ky Tarbell and Dalston Day. All are considered top prospects and makes Salmon River a state title contender.

 

Thompson was a first-team Times All-North selection as a freshman before leaving for LaFayette."

 

http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/article/20100910/SPORTS02/309109947/-1/sports

 

Sorry, I might not be up on my lacrosse recruiting, but are we in play for him?

 

He did give his early verbal to UA previously... although nothing becomes 'official' until

a letter of intent is signed.

 

Brother Miles Thompson is on campus and ready to go!

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Catamount Classic 2010 Game Schedule

Thayer Academys Off Campus Playing Fields

1535 Washington Street, Braintree, Massachusetts"

Sunday, October 10

 

 

10:00 am WarmUp

 

11:00 am

UVM vs. UMass

Albany vs. Holy Cross

Sacred Heart vs.

Providence

Endicott vs. Hartford

 

12:00 pm

UMass vs. Bryant

Dartmouth vs.

Quinnipiac

Holy Cross vs. WNEC

Hartford vs.

Providence

 

1:00 pm

UVM vs. Quinnipiac

UMass vs. Dartmouth

Albany vs. Bryant

Sacred Heart vs. Holy

Cross

 

2:00 pm

UVM vs. Endicott

Sacred Heart vs.WNEC

Hartford vs. Bryant

 

3:00 pm

Dartmouth vs. Albany

Quinnipiac vs. Endicott

Providence vs. WNEC

 

· Games are 50 minutes; 2 x 25 minute running halves with a very brief halftime.

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