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Crabs 2033

Practice Schedule


13th Gilman 10-1130


Winter Skills and Drills:

Date 2033
4-Dec BL Upper 1130-1
11-Dec BL Upper 1130-1
18-Dec BL Upper 1130-1
8-Jan BL Upper 1130-1
22-Jan BL Upper 1130-1
29-Jan BL Upper 1130-1
5-Feb BL Upper 1130-1
12-Feb BL Upper 1130-1

Tournament Schedule

To Be Announced



Tony Incontrera

2033 Assistant Coach

Coach Incontrera won three national championships as a player at Salisbury University. Post college, he has coached as an assistant at Mt. Hebron HS & Marriotts Ridge HS. In 2006, he was the defensive coordinator for the Maryland State Champion Vikings. Beginning in 2013, Coach Incontrera became the head coach of Marriotts Ridge HS. While there, the Mustangs won the 2018 state championship, and Howard County titles in 2017 & 2019. He has twice been named Howard County Coach of the Year, and was also named Maryland State and Washington Post Coach of the Year following the 2018 season. Coach Incontrera previously served as the Boys Director for the Under Armour Underclass Tournament and Games. Currently, he is an assistant at Gilman and resides in Towson with his wife, Brooke, and their two young children, Henry and Connor.

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Stewart Macon

2033 Assistant Coach

Coach Macon grew up in Baltimore and started playing lacrosse when he was 6. After playing rec league for LTRC and Towsontown he went on the play varsity for three years at Gilman, winning the 1994 MIAA Championship. Following Gilman he went on to join his brother on the team at Johns Hopkins. Three shoulder reconstructions later he was forced to retire after 2 years  (1995 and 1996). Since then he has coached for two rec league teams and a year with Crabs' 2032/2033 team. He lives in Reisterstown with his wife and children (Farah- Coppermine 2028 and Oliver Crabs 2033).

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Nick Levy

2033 Assistant Coach

Coach Levy grew up in Baltimore and started playing lacrosse at a very young age for Kelly Post rec. He played Varsity Lacrosse for two years at West Nottingham Academy, where he's now one of the leading scorers in the school's history. He transferred to Boys' Latin after that, where he won the 2006 MIAA Championship. His team ended the season undefeated, ranked #1 in the country. Following Boys Latin, he went on to play lacrosse at Washington College. After college, he went on to play club lacrosse for Mount Washington Lacrosse Club. Since then, he has coached many lacrosse camps, as well as the Jemicy Middle School lacrosse team. He currently lives in Baltimore with his wife Rhonda, and their two young children, Jaxon and Tucker.