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Harry Prevas

Harry Prevas2009 Spring All-Metro first team
Early in the season, the standout senior took on added responsibility and thrived as the No. 1 Greyhounds’ only returning defenseman with significant playing time the previous season. Hardworking, smart and tough, Prevas also showed versatility by playing close defense early in the season before seeing more time later as a long-stick midfielder. “He has a great spirit and a great feel for the game,” Gilman coach Brooks Matthews said. “He’s very fluid, great on ground balls and great at creating havoc between the lines.” In Gilman’s 13-7 win over Calvert Hall in the MIAA A Conference championship game, Prevas scored a key goal with a long run and finish that made it 4-0 in the first quarter. Prevas was a three-year player on varsity who is set to play at Virginia next year.



Here is a link to The Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro first team for boys lacrosse.


Here is a photo gallery of The Baltimore Sun’s 2009 Spring All-Metro athletes.


Here is a gallery of archived Baltimore Sun boys lacrosse photos.