Mike Sheridan recognized as High School Hero by Boston Cannons

Jul 12, 2018 by

Published in the July 12, 2018 edition

MIKE SHERIDAN (left) receives his High School Hero award from Boston Cannons President, Ian Frenette at the Cannons’ game on June 23 at Endicott College. (Jeff Mate/Boston Cannons Photo)

BEVERLY — North Reading High School student Mike Sheridan was recognized by the Boston Cannons as a Plymouth Rock Assurance High School Heroes recipient during the team’s game on June 23 at Endicott College.

The Cannons created the High School Heroes series to honor a high school lacrosse player who demonstrates character and leadership on and off the field.

Sheridan just wrapped up his junior season at North Reading where he helped lead the boys’ lacrosse team to a 15-7 record and a Division 2 North Quarterfinals appearance.

Sheridan, who also plays football at North Reading, got a late start in lacrosse as he actually was fond of baseball when he was younger. However, after making the decision to switch to lacrosse it didn’t take him long to catch up as he started playing North Reading Youth Lacrosse as a fourth grader, and later made the select team as an alternate in seventh grade.

Fast forward to today, Mike has established himself as a rising star in the state and he will be getting ready to lead the Hornets to a championship in his senior season.

To learn more about the Boston Cannons Plymouth Rock Assurance High School Heroes program, please visit: www.bostoncannons.com/high-school-heroes.

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