Looking for Games to Add to Schedule

Hemet High School’s new head coach Ryan Berkowsky is working hard to build the lacrosse program at the Inland Empire school.  As the Bulldogs prepare for their second season of CIF play, Berkowsky is doing off-season work with some of his players while waiting for his multi-sport athletes to finish their fall commitments and transition to lacrosse. Berkowsky said by email that he is also looking for teams to play in the spring.

“I currently have 11 games on the schedule so I’m looking to add more,” Berkowsky explained in his email. “I am excited to take over the program and build something special here at Hemet High and develop an ongoing relationship with the programs in the Inland Empire and Orange County. In order to do this though I really need to get more games on the spring schedule to give my athletes (especially the younger ones) game experience. If you have already scheduled with us, thank you. If not and you have an opening in your spring schedule please contact me at (951) – 765- 5150 ext 174 (Hemet High) or my cell (951) 440 – 1066. We have no problem traveling and you are certainly welcome to come here. Saturday mornings are not a problem either.”

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Hemet High School’s new head coach Ryan Berkowsky is working hard to build the lacrosse program at the Inland Empire school.  As the Bulldogs prepare for their second season of CIF play, Berkowsky is doing off-season work with some of his players while waiting for his multi-sport athletes to finish their fall commitments and transition to lacrosse. Berkowsky said by email that he is also looking for teams to play in the spring.

“I currently have 11 games on the schedule so I’m looking to add more,” Berkowsky explained in his email. “I am excited to take over the program and build something special here at Hemet High and develop an ongoing relationship with the programs in the Inland Empire and Orange County. In order to do this though I really need to get more games on the spring schedule to give my athletes (especially the younger ones) game experience. If you have already scheduled with us, thank you. If not and you have an opening in your spring schedule please contact me at (951) – 765- 5150 ext 174 (Hemet High) or my cell (951) 440 – 1066. We have no problem traveling and you are certainly welcome to come here. Saturday mornings are not a problem either.”