2 HdG Athletes Recognized By USA Lacrosse

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HAVRE DE GRACE, MD — Two Havre de Grace High School lacrosse players earned recognition by USA Lacrosse. The organization this week released its list of All-American and All-Academic athletes for 2022.

Jarred Meehan of Havre de Grace High School was named an All-American lacrosse player, according to USA Lacrosse. The honor goes to those who exhibit superior skills and knowledge of the game. Meehan, a midfielder, graduated in 2022.

One other Harford County player received the honor of All-American, and that was Aiden Dixon of Fallston, who is in the class of 2023.

Another Havre de Grace High School athlete was recognized too.

Carson Holloway, a midfielder from the class of 2022 at Havre de Grace High School, was named All-Academic. This recognition is given to players who display "exemplary lacrosse skills, good sportsmanship on the field" and high academic achievement in the classroom, according to USA Lacrosse.

One other Harford County athlete was named All-Academic as well – Grady Mumm of Bel Air High School. The goalie graduated in the class of 2022.

The Bob Scott Award, which recognizes someone who goes above and beyond in giving to the team, school and community, is presented to one player in each region. In Harford County the award went to Mark Smith, a member of the class of 2022 at Fallston High School who played defense.

Coach of the Year for Harford County went to Patrick Mull of Fallston.

The awards were based on coaches' input from each geographic area, according to USA Lacrosse.

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