- High School
- Needham, Mass.
- Current Team
- Laxachusetts Black
If you want Kenney on your team, you’re going to have to live with the fact that he can be a bit of a riverboat gambler. Trust us, it’s worth it. The reward FAR outweighs the risk with Kenney. The 6-2, 180-pounder has been known to send sticks to the moon with regularity. An athletic lefty who runs very well in the open field, he’s terrific at taking the ball away with a variety of checks, all of which he’ll try. He’s got plenty of scrappiness and he’s the type of guy that you want on your side in a fight. Kenney’s been absolutely lights-out for Needham this spring.
On the other side, Henehan still acquitted himself very well, further proving his status as another high-end faceoff man in the class. His faceoff wing running mate Jimmy Kenney might have been Laxachusetts’ best player. The 6-2, 180-pound lefty LSM rebuffed just about every Boston-area private school to stay home for Needham (Mass.), and it’s not hard to see why he was in such high demand. Straight out of Laxachusetts LSM central casting, he’s mean, aggressive and very impactful in the middle of the field. Kenney did a great job off the ground, too, and showed some offensive pop with a high-to-low transition rip.
.@NDlacrosse lands a difference-maker in the middle of the field as NLF No. 17 ‘24 Jimmy Kenney (Needham, Mass.) commits.— NLF (@natlaxfed) September 28, 2022
6-2, 180-pound lefty LSM is very aggressive + has a penchant for taking the ball away, especially with launching sticks into orbit.https://t.co/MXX5V8aKDS pic.twitter.com/Zg2arjHP3a