The boys team will consist of Corey Eagle, Andrew Harris, Matt Harris, Jonathan Kipp, Harley LaDuke, Jonas Miller, Dustin Mousseau, Joshua Shaffer, Matt Stevens, Jeffery Stiffler, Dale St. Germaine, Dustin Stowe and Kyle Trout. The girls team will consist of Allison Beebie, Maggee Gates, Samantha Malcolm, Brooke Marbut, Holley Peterson, Emily Rohrig, Kamie St. Germaine, and Cathrine Sharp.
"The PHS men's team lost two starters to graduation as well as top bowler Rob Knowles to hockey ... Practice and commitment will drive the remaining bowlers looking to secure a starting spot on the squad," said McMillan. "The Lady Hornets have no seniors but the entire team is back ... the future looks bright for the next few seasons to come."
PHS Varsity Hockey
The varsity hockey team will be coached by Jamie Reidy. The team's overall record was 21-2 last year with a 9-1 conference record.
The team will consist of Kyle Carpenter, Jake Richards, Devin Richards, Dan Curtin, Cory Trudeau, Joe Tolosky, Jack Tolosky, Brett Burdo, CJ Worley, Marshall Maynard, Alex Maston, Nate Noelting, Brandon Mattot, Matt Magee, Anthony Pinetti, Colin Giroux and John Anthony Fine-Lease.
"[My] expectations are to get better each and every day at practice and compete for a conference title as we have the last two seasons," said Reidy. "The number of players on the depth chart is not as strong as years past. Therefore, it will be important to stay healthy."
PHS Varsity Swimming
The varsity hockey team will be coached by Scott Keeney. The team's overall record was 6-0 last year with a 6-0 conference record.
The team will consist of Kyle Bailey, Brent Bond, Nicholas Bracy, Jeremy Carpenter, Joe Courson, James Criss, Bennett Cyphers, Mats Dahmen, Adam Emery, Nathan Emery, Matthew Evans, Allen Godding, Brian Goodell, Dakota Giguere, Spencer Hall, Ethan Hart, Robert Hartman, Nick Kaiser, Josh LaBounty, Nathaniel Leopard, Daniel McGovern, Connor McSweeney, Matthew Miller, Chance Nason, Nick Prenovou, Hamzah Qudsi, Cody Rowbottom, Alex Seymour, Gaurav Sheni, Austin Spooner, Tanner Stanley, Gabriel Taquet, Arslan Tarar, Michael Torner, Kagan Trombley, Ian Underwood and Robert Vagner.
"At this time, the Hornets have 37 swimmers. This number is up from 28 last year," said Keeney. "The biggest problem will be trying to get every swimmer involved in every meet. The team lost three seniors and a few swimmers did not return this season ... I will be rotating positions every meet so it's difficult to say which events will be the strongest, but I believe we can be competitive in every one."