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Tesoro midfielder Jonathon Gibson, St. Margaret’s goalie Zane Handy, and Los Alamitos goalie Cullen Murray were named boy’s lacrosse Players of the Week.  All three were instrumental in helping their team secure important wins last week.

Gibson played a big part in Tesoro’s emotional 13-6 win over rival Santa Margarita on Saturday. His five goals and emotional leadership were invaluable to the Titans on a rainy afternoon.

Handy has come up big when the Tartans have needed him the most. Last week, Handy lived up to his name as he recorded a combined total of 24 saves in St. Margaret’s wins over Cathedral Classic and Harvard-Westlake.

Murray has been a  busy man this season.  Last week he made 20 saves in a 13-8 loss against Foothill last Tuesday and 12 saves in a 19-7 win over Sunset League rival Edison last Saturday. He currently has 72 saves on the season.