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Hudson Valley Lacrosse will be inducting its new class of Hall of Fame members at a dinner on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Cortlandt Colonial, located on Oregon Road in Putnam Valley.
The four-member group of inductees is made up of Paul Carcaterra, Anthony DiMarzo, Ellen Mager and Brian Silcott.
A member of three New York state championship teams at Yorktown High School, Carcaterra is No. 2 on the Huskers’ all-time goals list and holds the record for most goals in a season with 91.
Carcaterra (pictured above) went on to become a two-time captain and All-American at Syracuse University. He is now a nationally renowned broadcast analyst for ESPN and is co-partner of the Maverik Showtime National Lacrosse Recruiting Spotlight.
DiMarzo, a 1991 Lakeland HS grad, helped his team make its first state title-game appearance. The attackman (right) then became two-time conference player of the year at the University of Delaware where he was a three-time All-American and inducted into the Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame.
Mager coached a relatively new Yorktown girls lacrosse program into a team that won state titles in 1996, ’97 and ’98.
Mager (left) has also helped to develop countless All-Americans at both the high school and collegiate levels.
Silcott, a 1983 Fox Lane graduate, was a two-time All-American at Nazareth College, where he was Division III midfielder of the year, leading Naz to a national title.
Silcott (right) went on to play professional indoor and outdoor lacrosse, completing his career with the Boston Cannons of the MLL.
To register to attend the dinner, click here.
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