Pleasantville lacrosse standout Charlie McPhee joined the KDJ Show on Tuesday night to discuss the team’s run to a fourth straight Section 1 title, its bid to capture a state crown and why they’ll be waking up at 4 a.m. on Sunday morning.
The Panthers travel the University of Albany on Wednesday to face off with Long Island champion Mattituck in the Class D state semifinals. Their season has ended in each of the last three years by the Long Island representative.
A win would land Pleasantville in the state final in Rochester on Saturday against either Penn Yan Academy or Chenango Forks — the school Pleasantville beat in the state football final in November.
Photo courtesy: @PvilleLacrosse
Listen to McPhee’s entire interview on the KDJ Show, highlighted by him discussing his involvement in Break the Hold, a local organization raising awareness for mental illness in teens:
For more on Pleasantville lacrosse:
PLAAYoff Highlights: Panthers rally back to beat rival Westlake in Section 1 final
PLAYoff Highlights: Pleasantville beats Briarcliff in Class D semis
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