A TRIBUTE TO OUR CLASS OF 2020
Seniors, words cannot describe how sad we are about the way your season was cut short. You are an amazing group, and while we cannot celebrate you in person, we know that you will move on to do great things. We enjoyed watching you play, many of you for 4 years in our Edison colors. Thank you for all your hard work, and we wish you the best for your college pathways.
Halen Dresser #4
Trevor Ambrose #16
Trevor plans on attending Orange Coast College and joining the Crew team. His favorite memories are 21 Jump and coach Rich’s driving. He shared that his inspiration to play came from Coach Nemes, Coach Alex and Coach B. To the incoming class he says, “High shorts, high shots”. What else do yo need to know about Trevor? “I’m the best there is plain and simple. I wake up in the morning and I piss excellence.”
Jake Brown #20
Jake will be attending Cal Poly SLO this fall and joining their lacrosse team. His favorite memory was beating Los Al in triple overtime during his Sophomore year. His dad inspires him to be a better player and better person. His advice for the incoming class, “This year has proven that any game could be your last game, so enjoy every moment!” His other talent? He can cook minute rice in 59 seconds.
Ryan Swank #22
Ryan will be moving to the cooler climate to attend Elmhurst College, where he has been recruited for the lacrosse team. His most memorable moment was making the playoffs for the first time last year. He said he is inspired by his teammates to be the best player he can be. “Work hard, it will pay off,” he shared. “Thank you mom and dad for supporting my love for lacrosse.”
Carter Tompkins #24
Nixon Wiltfong #27
Joey Valenta #35
Cameron Weiss #42
Cameron will be attending California State University, Long Beach in the fall. He will be studying Computer Science with a focus on Artificial Intelligence Engineering. He will join his older brother Sean and triplet brother Evan on the lacrosse team, and cheer on his triplet sister who will be running hurdles. His favorite memory is Coach Cameron getting ejected and watching the games from the back of the pickup truck. He wants the incoming class to know that hitting the wall every day pays off! “Thank you mom and dad for being my inspiration to be the best I can, to always work hard and set the bar high.”
Mateo Lopez #55
Mateo is also moving out of state, commiting to the University of Kentucky where he will not only play lacrosse, but also football! All while balancing the classes required for his Pre-Medicine pathway. His favorite memory is playing long toss for 3/4 of every practice last year. Who inspires him to work so hard? “Mom and Pops, because they drive me to be the best human I can be in every aspect.” His advise for the incoming class, “If the coaches say ‘jump,’ respond with ‘how high,’ and not ‘jump.'”
Timmy Andre #63
Evan Weiss #93
Evan will be attending California State University, Long Beach with his 3 siblings and majoring in Business Marketing, following his dad’s footsteps. Evan will join his older brother Sean and triplet brother Cameron on the CSULB lacrosse team. He shared that his brother Sean has inspired him to work hard in academics and on the field, and he is proud to be doing so together again. Maybe Ian will join them too in a couple of years! His favorite memory was beating Bosco this year! “Thank you mom and dad for being the example of hard work, reaching for your goals and always putting family first.”
Attention Edison bound Student Athletes
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