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Jim Yetter

Jim Yetter has been a starting varsity player for both the MHS lacrosse and hockey teams since his freshman year.  An outstanding athlete, he has been very successful in both sports.  He played ice hockey since the age of six and been on several club teams, including two years at the AAA level.  He was a starting defenseman on varsity since his freshman year and in his junior year was second in points.  As a senior Captain, he was asked to play as a forward, and has willingly done so for the team.  He helped the team to win the Somerset County Championship and he and his brother lead the team in points.

 But it is on the lacrosse field that Jim has found his greatest success.  As an attackman, Jim has led the team in points since his freshman year, with 29 goals and 14 assists his first year.  He was named 2nd team All Bianchi and All Skyland Conferences and Honorable Mention All Area Team by the Trenton Times.

 Sophomore year, Jim once again led the team in both scoring and assists with 39 goals and 26 assists.  He earned All State “C” Honorable Mention, 1st teams All Curcio and All Skyland Conference, 2nd Team All Area by the Trenton Times and 3rd Team All Area by the Courier News.

 In his Junior year, Jim again led the team in goals and assists with 50 and 24 respectively.  He was named 1st team All State “B”, 1st teams All Skyland and All Bianchi, 1st team by the Trenton Times and Courier News and the lacrosse All Area Player by the Princeton Packet.  He recorded a10-point game vs. Immaculata, setting the MHS single game scoring record.  Jim was named MHS team MVP!  During the summer, Jim was selected as a Top 50 All Star at the Blue Chip camp.

Jim is part of the first wave of MHS lacrosse players who learned the game in the local youth program, MYLC.  He started playing lacrosse in the 7th grade, and through the dedication and coaching of John DiGangi and Kevin Schwab (cofounders of the local youth program),  he developed a passion for the game.

In his spare time, Jim enjoys hanging with his friends, playing sports in the yard with his two brothers and cooking (yes, cooking!)

Jim has committed to play at Colgate University next year!