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Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Expectations high for South Side
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Hunter Rainis, right, is part of a deep senior class and midfield for South Side.

Senior Hunter Rainis is a big, athletic and technically sound midfielder who often draws double coverage. He’ll bring an array of tools to Monmouth. Junior transfer Alex Pickett has been a welcomed addition and filled a void in the faceoff circle, winning 10 draws in his first game in a South Side uniform. Seniors Ryan Culley, Jon Firestone and Jordan Titus, and juniors Brian Hurwitz and Kieran O’Hagan are offensive middies, while junior Jake Lucas and sophomores Luke Scaduto and Stephen Parker head the defensive midfield.

On defense, senior All-County honoree Matt Berry moves to the back row after working primarily as a long pole midfielder. He’ll get the toughest assignments and anchor a unit that includes seniors Dan Cecere and Edward Seganti, as well as sophomore Steven DiMare. Both goaltenders returned — seniors Chandler Baylis and Kieran Clark — and will rotate for at least a few more games, if not longer. “We’re confident with either goalie playing,” DiPietro said.   


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