MONTROSE, N.Y. -- Hendrick Hudson High School graduate Bobby Sincero recently received his second career start in the Army vs. Navy men’s lacrosse game.
Sincero is beginning his second lacrosse career with the nationally ranked Army Black Knights, who are No. 18 in the country in Division 1 men’s lacrosse.
His start came in front of 10,774 people for the Army vs. Navy game. Sincero had a big day in net for the Black Knights, recording eight saves in the victory. Army won the game 14-7 on Saturday, April 12.
“Bobby has the perfect temperament for this game. He's an athletic, capable goalie, and I'm so happy for him today," said Army head coach Joe Alberici.
Sincero played as goalie for the Hen Hud boys lacrosse team with head coach Craig Solomon during the 2008, '09 and '10 seasons.
During his time at Hendrick Hudson, Sincero was a three-year starter for Solomon. He achieved all-league, all-section, and was an all-American honoree during his senior year. Sincero was one of two high school all-Americans ever to wear a Hen Hud uniform.
“Bobby is a natural leader who was always willing to do whatever was necessary to be successful," said Solomon. "His tremendous attributes have carried on through his time at West Point, allowing him to succeed there, and I am sure in his future as well. We are all very proud of Bobby.”
Sincero's postgame interview after the victory with Navy can be found here.
- 1 Verplanck Man, 56, Charged With Identity Theft
- 2 Report: Peekskill HS Coach Resigned After Teen Alleged Sex Act
- 3 Three Youths Charged With Ransacking Hudson Valley Islamic Center
- 4 Cortlandt Couple Will Retire Following Yorktown Deli Sale
- 5 15-Year-Old Boy Charged With Making Threat Against School In Yorktown