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Brad Reppert, a former All-American attack at Towson University and professional lacrosse player in the MLL and NLL, has been hired as the new head boys lacrosse coach at San Clemente High School, athletic director Jon Hamro announced Tuesday.

Reppert will replace former coach Mike Hutnick, who guided the Tritons to a South Coast League title and an appearance in the Southern Section Division 1 semifinals in 2014.

Reppert has been a fixture in the Southern California high school lacrosse scene since 2003, serving as head coach at Santa Margarita and Beckman High School.

The Tritons enter the preseason as the No. 4 ranked team according to www.MaxLaxOC.com.

“We’re extremely pleased to have Brad Reppert as our new boys lacrosse head coach.  San Clemente High School boys lacrosse has been one of the top programs in all of Southern California and we are confident that Coach Reppert will continue and even elevate that success both on and off the field,” Hamro said in a press release.

 

 

 

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