Rocky Mountain hires a new boys lacrosse coach

Denver East Rocky Mountain boys lacrosse

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Rocky Mountain has hired Domenic Alfieri to be its new boys lacrosse coach.

It is the first official coaching hire for new Lobos athletic director Shawn Terry, who has made the move from the same role at Mountain Vista.

“He will be a welcome asset as the head coach here at Rocky Mountain High School,” Terry said.

Alfieri has been a head coach in Texas, at James Bowie High School — his alma mater — and has also been a high school assistant in Connecticut. His teams in Texas won three district championships.

In Connecticut, he helped St. Joseph’s High School play in two state championship games, and win one state championship.

Alfieri moved to Fort Collins with his family last December, and he spent this past spring as a youth coach for his 

Rocky Mountain went 9-7 in its second season as a program this past spring under Chris Cerrigone.