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Boys lax celebrates after a victory against Peters on May 2.

Boys lax celebrates after a victory against Peters on May 2.

Photo credit: Juliana Carbone

Photo credit: Juliana Carbone

Boys lax celebrates after a victory against Peters on May 2.

Gavin Campbell, Staff Writer

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On Monday, May 14, the boys lacrosse team beat Seneca Valley 12-7 in the first round of WPIAL Playoffs.

The win was thanks to goals from Zak Ferris (3), Nick Sylvis (3), Gavin Campbell (2), Noah Larouere (2), Evan Bradley (1), and Luke Mattola (1). This came off of 21 total shots. Zak Ferris’ three goals put him to the 100 career goal mark.

Seneca Valley had 53 shots on net, only connecting on seven of them. Chris Sylvis had a big day in the cage saving 63% of the shots.

Nathaniel Neal went 12 for 21 on the faceoff X winning 57%.

This win takes the boys lacrosse team to 11-5, completely reversing their 5-11 record from freshman year.

On Wednesday, May 16, the boys will play Pine Richland in the quarterfinals of the WPIAL playoffs. Pine Richland is the #1 Seed in the WPIAL and 16-2 on the season. Former Bethel Park Offensive Coordinator and 2017 Assistant Coach of the Year Kevin Welty is now the Head Coach of Pine Richland.

Good luck to the Hawks as they take on the Pine Richland Rams in the quarterfinals of the WPIAL playoffs tonight, Wednesday, May 16, at Seneca Valley.

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About the Writer
Gavin Campbell, Staff Writer

Involved. That’s a pretty easy way to describe Gavin Campbell.

Gavin does it all, participating in lacrosse, DECA, chess club, TLC, and now writing for Hawk Eye.

Gavin summed it up by saying, “I do pretty much everything.”

It doesn’t stop there, though. Gavin also is employed at Duck Donuts.

He still finds a way though to balance all these activities with his schoolwork. Gavin’s favorite subject is history, but his favorite teacher was his biology teacher Mr. O’Brien. “He’s a father figure to me,” Gavin added.

Something that many people may not know about Gavin is that he has created a sport called thonball. “It was a big hit around the school,” Gavin added. Gavin believes thonball has grown so much that the Olympics are considering it for 2020! Okay, that last statement may be a bit of a stretch.

When asked to describe himself in three words, Gavin came up with “fearless, humble yet proud, and shrewd.” All traits of a good journalist.

If Gavin had one superpower it would be to stop time. Another fun fact about Gavin is his love for Mexican food.

Through his journalism, Gavin hopes to make BPHS a better place.  Gavin ultimately hopes to uncover “the truth.”

Journalists like Gavin are what make the world a better place.

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