There's a bit of chaos that appears to unfold when Ty Delancellotti goes into his dodge. It's deceptive, fast and downhill. Sitting from the sidelines, it's hard to know exactly what he'll do next.
By the time Delanellotti decides what to do with the ball, many times it's too late for the defender or goalie to see it. The ball, either off Delancellotti's stick or a teammate's, is in the net.
Now, as he enters a postgraduate year at New Hampton, Delancellotti is coming off a big move of his own. He left his hometown of Lake Oswego, Ore., where he played at one of the best programs in the Pacific Northwest, Lakeridge High School. Under Curt Shenin, they’ve won 10 titles.