Boys 2028/2029 Head Coach- ​Trey Rider
Trey is a local Shore Boy who graduated in 2000 from Easton High School. While attending Easton, Rider made the Maryland All-State lacrosse team and was the first athlete in the school’s history to receive High School All-American honors. Following high school, he played for Ohio State and Washington College. Trey has over 15 years of youth coaching experience with Talbot Lacrosse and Easton Middle School Lacrosse and is the former director of the Shore Thing Lacrosse Camp. He is the father of Ivey (2028) and Nolan (2029) and lives in Easton.

Boys 2026/2027 Head Coach - Adam Shiley
Coach Adam was a standout midfielder for St Mary's High School, and went on to be a three year starter at UMBC. Tough do it all midfielder, that contributed at both ends of the field.

​​Boys 2029/2030 Assistant Coach- Kreigh Kirby
Grew up in Chestertown, MD.  Played lacrosse at Kent County High School.  Went on to play lacrosse at Frostburg State University. Currently an accountant for Anthony, Judge, & Ware, LLC in Chestertown.       

Shore Kaos Boys Program Director- Jon Fellows   
Jon graduated from Kent County High School as a 1998 High School Lacrosse All American, and was nominated for the C Markland Kelly Award for the best Lacrosse player in the state of Maryland. He was also selected to play in the National High School All American North South game. He holds every offensive record in Kent County High School lacrosse history.  After high school he went on to Washington College where he was a four year starter on the 1998 defending National Champion Shoremen Lacrosse team.  He was an All American as a sophomore, and named the best attackman in Division III in 2002 as a senior.  He also received first team All American Honors in 2002.  He was named to the collegiate North South All American game in 2002.  Jon earned a major in history, and a minor in business from Washington College. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree, Jon earned his Master's Degree in History while working as a coach on the Washington College Lacrosse Team from 2002-2004.  In 2005, Jon was drafted to play professional lacrosse for the Los Angeles Riptide. He coached high school lacrosse at Coronado High School, and worked for South Swell Sports, and Adrenaline Lacrosse in their Management and Sales Department. He was inducted into the Kent County High School Hall of Fame in 2012, and inducted into the Washington College athletics Hall of Fame in 2014.

​Boys 2029/2030 Head Coach Chris Campbell
Member of the trailblazing 2000 Men’s Lacrosse National Championship team that defeated C.W. Post, 10-9. In 1998, he became the first Limestone freshman to earn All-American honors as he was selected Second-Team All-American. In addition to being a First-Team Deep South honoree he also won the Deep South Freshman of the Year.In his freshman season he set the program record with 41 goals while also tying the school record for goals in a game with seven against Dowling on March 27, 1998 and again on April 1, 1998. In his first game while donning the Limestone blue he netted three goals against Catawba.  Graduated as the program’s first four-time All-American while leading the team in scoring in 1998 and 1999.

Boys 2029/2030 Assistant Coach Drew Walters
Drew Walters played high school lacrosse at Westminster High in Carroll County.  As a defender, his honors include 2002 All-Metro, 2001 and 2002 All-County and 2002 Carroll County player of the year. He was also selected to play for the Maryland Senior All-Star game. Then, in 2010being placed on First Team All Decade team for Carroll County Lacrosse. After high school he went on to play lacrosse collegiately for D11 powerhouse Limestone College, where he and his team played in 3 national championships during his 4 years at Limestone. He went on to be a student assistant for the 2007 team at Limestone while he was finishing his degree.  Drew moved to the eastern shore upon graduating to teach P.E for KCPS andcoach lacrosse at Kent County High School from 2009-2015. He has coached Kent Youth Lacrosse the last 4 years.He is still currently a P.E. teacher for Kent County Public Schools.