No rest for Stealth players

  • By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
  • Thursday, June 16, 2011 8:36pm
  • Sports

The 2010 season for the Washington Stealth concluded last month with an 8-7 loss to the Toronto Rock in the National Lacrosse League Champion’s Cup.

But for most of the Stealth players, that doesn’t mean they get to rest.

Of the 26 players that were on the final Stealth active or practice roster, 20 are listed on summer rosters of lacrosse teams throughout North America.

Fifteen of those players are competing in the Western Lacrosse Association of British Columbia.

Three of the Stealth players, including transition star Paul Rabil are competing in Major League Lacrosse.

For more information on how Stealth players are doing in their summer leagues check the Stealth’s website,, throughout the summer. Here is a list of the Stealth players and where they are competing.

# Name – POS, Summer Team, League
00 Tyler Richards – G, New Westminster, WLA
2 Matt Beers – D, Burnaby, WLA
3 Jeff Moleski – D, Not Playing
6 Curtis Hodgson – D, New Westminster, WLA
8 Tom Johnson – F, Not Playing
9 Paul Rabil – T, Boston, MLL
10 Rhys Duch – F, Victoria, WLA
11 Kyle Sorensen – D, Peterborough, MSL
15 Luke Wiles – F, Not Playing
18 Kyle Hartzell – T, Chesapeake, MLL
20 Craig Conn – F, Six Nations, MSL
21 Chet Koneczny – T, Victoria, WLA
23 Mike Grimes – D, Langley, WLA
24 Chris O’Dougherty – D, Nanaimo, WLA
25 Eric Martin – D, Denver, MLL
27 Cliff Smith – F, New Westminster, WLA
29 Cam Sedgwick – F, Burnaby, WLA
33 Matt Roik – G, New Westminster, WLA
41 Bob Snider – D, Not Playing
42 Lewis Ratcliff – F, Nanaimo WLA
44 Chris McElroy – D, Not Playing
47 Jason Bloom – T, Not Playing
67 Jeff Zywicki – F, New Westminster, WLA
19 Kory Kowalyk – F, Victoria, WLA
32 Chris Seidel – G, Maple Ridge, WLA
55 Martin Cummings – F, New Westminster, WLA

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