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2012 Boys' POWERADE FAB 50 Panelists

March, 7, 2012
3/07/12
7:20
AM ET
The 2012 season marks the second consecutive year the boys' POWERADE FAB 50 will be voted on by members of the media from around the country.

Meet the voters who will decide the rankings for the next 16 weeks.

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2011 FAB 50 Panelists

August, 3, 2011
8/03/11
7:29
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Chris Goldberg
Creator/Editor, PhillyLacrosse.com
Goldberg is creator and Editor of Phillylacrosse.com. He began covering college lacrosse as a student in 1981 at the University of Delaware and covered scholastic lacrosse for daily newspapers in the Philadelphia region for 15 years.


Mike Loveday
Lacrosse Editor, ESPNHS
Loveday has covered high school sports since 2005. He has covered every prep sport in his career and has worked for the Wilmington-Star News, Topsail Voice and Student Sports. Loveday has been with ESPN RISE since it launched in 2008.

Brett Manney
Freelance Writer,
ESPNHS
Manney was a four-year letterman at University of Delaware who was considered one of the best defensive midfielders in the country and 2008 captain. Manney plays professionally in the NLL for Philadelphia Wings and has covered high school lacrosse across the country the past two years.

Jimmy Oliver
Director of Property Development,
LaxPower.com
Oliver has been in the lacrosse industry for 15 years. He coached boys lacrosse for 18 years and is currently the Director of Property Development for LaxPower.com.


Tom Peace
Rankings Expert, ESPNHS
Peace has been involved with lacrosse for 24 years. In high school he played defense for the Phelps Lions (Malvern, Pa.) and now plays for the University of Baltimore club team.

Derek Toney
Senior Editor, VarsitySportsNetwork.com
Derek Toney has been covering high school athletics for three decades with stints at the Baltimore Sun, Prince George's County (Md.) Gazette and Digital Sports. He is currently senior editor for VarsitySportsNetwork.com.

WestSideLax.com
WSL covers high school lacrosse west of the Mississippi.

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