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Aaron Mertzel

  • Uniform No.33
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Alex Brooker

  • Uniform No.15
  • Grade10
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Aris Brown

  • Uniform No.32
  • Grade10
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Ben Riley

  • Uniform No.20
  • Grade10
  • Height6-3
  • Weight180
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Clint Kobani

  • Uniform No.91
  • Grade11
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Cooper Endicott

  • Uniform No.17
  • Grade10
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Donovan Williams

  • Uniform No.16
  • Grade9
  • Height5'11"
  • Weight160
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Eli Tuovsky

G
  • Uniform No.6
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Ghassan Maloof

  • Uniform No.8
  • Grade12

What does it mean to be a part of the lacrosse team?  “It means being part of a family and to prove the world of lacrosse wrong.”

What are your personal goals for the season?  “To take more face-offs.”

What is the quote above your locker?  “I don’t have friends but family.”

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Jackson Brass

  • Uniform No.9
  • Grade9
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Jacob Huddleston

  • Uniform No.4
  • Grade10
  • Height5'7"
  • Weight138

What does being a part of the football team mean to you?  “Being a part of football means you are a part of a second family.”

What are your personal goals for the season?  “To learn the fundamentals and to get more physical.”

What are your teams goals for the season?  “My team goals are to win CIF.”

Quote above your locker?  “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”  4:13 Philippians

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Jared Russo

  • Uniform No.3
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Justin Kaminkow

  • Uniform No.22
  • Grade10

What does being a part of the football team mean to you?  “I am part of something that strives for greatness.”

What are your personal goals for the season?  “To become a better athlete.”

What are your teams goals for the season?  “To create a brotherly bond with my teammates.”

Quote above your locker?

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Kyle Okui

  • Uniform No.13
  • Grade9
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Mac MacLean

  • Uniform No.5
  • Grade10
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Matthew Chopp

  • Uniform No.18
  • Grade11

What does being a part of the lacrosse team mean to you? “Being a part of the lacrosse team allows me to spend time with my friends and represent Sierra Canyon.”

What are your personal goals for the season? “To get better everyday and do whatever it takes to help the team.”

What is the quote above your locker? “60% of the time, its works every time.”

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Noah McGregor

  • Uniform No.40
  • Grade12
  • Height6'4"
  • Weight245
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Storm Cree

  • Uniform No.2
  • Grade11
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Talha Rafique

  • Uniform No.45
  • Grade10
  • Height6'0"
  • Weight140

What does being a part of the football team mean to you?  “If or even if I am not playing, just being on the field exhilarates me.  Nothing can compare to the emotions I feel about being on a team.”

What are your personal goals for the season?  “To learn every play in the book.”

What are your teams goals for the season?  “To become a better player with and for my team.”

Quote above your locker?  “Every champion was once a contender that refused to give up.”- Rocky Balboa

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Trevor Clark

G
  • Uniform No.19
  • Grade12

What does being a part of the lacrosse team mean to you? “You have to use teamwork to win and represent the school’s lacrosse team.”

What are your personal goals for the season? “To have a 60% save ratio for the whole season.”

What is the quote above your locker? “If you ain’t first, you’re last.”

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Will Francavilla

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Zach Mazaheri

  • Uniform No.25
  • Grade9
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Mario Waibel

Coach

Mario Waibel is entering his fourth season as head coach of the Sierra Canyon Lacrosse team.  Waibel inherited a team that had never one a game in 2013 to receiving a #9 seed the CIF Southern Section Playoffs during the 2016 season.  In the last two years, the team has compiled an overall record of 25-6 while winning consecutive Gold Coast League Championships.

What is your role within the team? “To develop our student-athletes into great players and role models that will represent the Sierra Canyon values and traditions at their current and future stages of life.”

What is your favorite part of coaching? “Watching the light bulb turn on for my players, when they realize they can achieve more than they thought they could.”

What is your fondest memory coaching for Sierra Canyon? “There are a few, winning our first game, winning our first league title…but I have to say it was upsetting top ranked Newbury Park on our home field in overtime.  Our kids did something that nobody thought we could do that night.  It was one of those moments that make sports special.”

What makes coaching at Sierra Canyon special? “The people!  Sierra Canyon has an amazing culture that resonates from every person involved.  From the players, to the families, to the student body, to the staff, everyone is invested and everyone contributes to our success.  A lot of schools preach family and community, but very few have achieved it on this scale.”

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