High School Lacrosse announced that four seniors from the Centaurs’ 2017 squad will be moving on to play collegiate lacrosse next year, coach said via email.

Two players — John Lewis IV and Christian Trice — have committed to NCAA D-II Notre Dame de Namur in Belmont, Calif. has been offered by NDNU, and middie Tyler Higgins will play lacrosse at UC Santa Cruz.

The seniors led Culver City to a an 8-10 overall record this season — 4-4 in the — and a berth in the Postseason Invitational tournament. After a first-round win over Redondo Union, the Centaurs were eliminated in a semifinal loss at .

Here is a look at the four Culver City seniors (listed in order of the photo above, left to right):

John Lewis IV, D/LSM
A two-sport athlete playing football and lacrosse, Lewis played both the close defensive position and as a lock-down LSM. He was named All-Ocean League as a junior. He led the team in deflected passes and usually covered the opposing team’s best midfielder.

Christian Trice, A/M
A three-year varsity player who plays both attack and midfield, Trice was named All-Ocean League each of the last two years..

Tyler Higgins, M
A two-sport athlete who plays water polo and lacrosse, Higgins has committed to play at UC Santa Cruz. He is a three-year varsity lacrosse player for the Centaurs who was named an All-Ocean League midfielder the past two years. At UC Santa Cruz, Higgins will join 2016 Culver City graduate Anthony Overton.

Elijah Zavala, D/LSM
A two-sport athlete playing football and lacrosse, Zavala has been offered by . He was named All-Ocean League defender the past two years.

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