On Monday, June 18, Brandon Ralph became the first Berlin High School men's lacrosse athlete to represent the program at the Connecticut Senior All Star Game.
A select group of student athletes from all over the state represented their schools in two talent-packed games held at Sheehan High School in Wallingford.
"Brandon was selected to play in the 'North vs. South' game as a long stick midfielder, but he really could have played well at any position," said Redcoat head coach, Scott Rossi. Ralph had a solid game, scooping up two ground balls, dishing out one assist, and recording one shot on goal.
Brandon Ralph's talents were certainly put to good use all over the field in Berlin's inaugural varsity season, and he was solid at every position. He finished the season playing defense, but he is also credited with scoring the program's first-ever goal against Farmington.
Ralph will attend Lyndon State in the fall and will play hockey and lacrosse.
"Lyndon State is gaining a tremendous player in Brandon," said Rossi, "I know he will have an immediate impact for them on the field."