Chanhassen's Jadon Kerry is one of two Storm players to be named an All-American selection. Kerry received All-American honors last year too. Photo by Cheryl Myers, SportsEngine
The Chanhassen junior duo of Jadon Kerry and Cole Grindberg are the Storm's 2017 All-American honorees after being selected by the Minnesota State High School Lacrosse Coaches Association.
It is the second season Kerry was named to the team. He received the honor in the 2016 season scoring 39 goals and notching 12 assists. Keeping his goal count high and adding more assists kept him in the running for selection.
Kerry and Grindberg combined for 120 points in the regular season. Grindberg led the Storm with 41 goals on the year. Kerry wasn’t far behind, tallying 33 scores.
Last season, Grindberg tallied 29 goals, 12 less than this year. He was a bigger threat to defenses this season, which helped make his case for being named to the roster.
Chanhassen’s two leading scorers led the team to an 11-2 record in the regular season before being eliminated by Minnetonka in the section semifinals.
Eastview leads all boys' lacrosse programs with four players receiving All-American nods.
Tag(s): Boys' MSHSL Conferences