He does it all.
He shoots. He scores. He assists. He defends. He mixes it up. He leads.
But there is absolutely, positively no truth to the rumor that Grant Haus drives the Palmyra boys’ lacrosse team’s bus as well.
On Tuesday evening at State College’s Memorial Field, Haus and his Cougars’ historic boys’ lacrosse season reached a conclusion with a 13-6 loss to District Seven champion Mars, in the quarterfinals of the PIAA Class AA tournament. But don’t blame Haus. For he was his usual spectacular self.
From his attack position, Haus netted four goals in Palmyra’s season-ending setback. That four-goal explosion gave Haus 72 for his junior season, to go along with 35 assists, and 140 goals for his career.
Palmyra’s 22-win season, District Three runner-up finish and advancement to the second round of the state playoffs represented the most prolific season in the brief history of Lebanon County boys’ lacrosse. And the Cougars simply couldn’t have done it without Haus’ contributions.
In the fall season, Haus was also a productive quarterback for the Palmyra football squad.
- Jeff Falk