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Noah Larouere and Evan Bradley sign their National Letters of Intent

Gavin Campbell, Staff Writer

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On the morning of Thursday, Nov. 9, senior lacrosse players Noah Larouere and Evan Bradley officially committed to continuing their lacrosse careers at the collegiate level.

Larouere signed to Wheeling Jesuit University and Bradley signed to Walsh University.

“I’d like to thank my parents, teammates, and my coaches for pushing me to get better,” Larouere said.

A midfielder on the boys’ lacrosse team, Larouere has been a crucial part of the offense. He is a 2x varsity letterman for the Hawks. When asked about what made him decide to go to Wheeling Jesuit, he said, “The team was real welcoming, and I loved the campus.”

Larouere expects big things from the Hawks this year.

“This season will be a tough one throughout,” he said. “[We want] to stay in the mindset that we are coming for the WPIAL Championship.”

An attackman on the boys’ lacrosse team, Bradley has been a driving factor in the offense since his freshman year. Evan is a 3x varsity letterman for the Hawks.

Bradley decided to go to Walsh University because “I really like the campus and the things they have to offer. The coaches and players influenced my decision because of all the help they’ve gave me along the way.”

Bradley would like to thank his family, friends, teachers, coaches, and teammates.

He expects the Hawks to be a fast-paced and hard-working team.

Along with Larouere and Bradley, the Hawks have had four other players commit to playing college lacrosse: Nick Sylvis (Wells College–DIII), Chris Sylvis (La Roche College–DIII), Gavin Campbell (Saint Leo University–DII), and Luke Mattola (Seton Hill University–DII).

Congratulations to Noah Larouere and Evan Bradley on signing their National Letters of Intent. Good luck to both this season and in their college careers!

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