They come from near and far hoping to build on a legacy of greatness, ready to bring their differences to the table for one common goal.
Despite having a uniquely shaped roster, which last year alone included players from 16 states and two Canadian provinces, the Salisbury School spirit is quick to take hold, and any stylistic or creative discrepancies tend to blend together seamlessly to create one of the region's more potent programs.
“I think what it has to do with is our mentality when we get to school,” said senior Tye Scott, an attackman from Mississauga, Ontario. “You know there’s a job at hand when you get to school. You know the history of Salisbury lacrosse when you come here. So you know you’ve got to be part of a team.
“You may be a hometown hero, but when you come here there’s a lot of good players, and we play in one of the best high school lacrosse leagues with a tough schedule. You know the only way that we’re going to survive and do well is that we come together quickly as a team.”