Windsor Lancers attracts four high school teammates

Windsor brings in four local commits to their Class of 2018.

When a group of young and talented men age, they can turn into a formidable team, and Anthony Gharib, a linebacker from Holy Names Catholic High School, wants to be there when the Windsor Lancers take off.

Defensive end Zack Susko, wide receiver Greg Ebanks and defensive back Domonic Loyuk, who also attended Holy Names, will be joining the Lancers next season as well.

Holy Names Knights teammates Domonic Loyuk (far left), Greg Ebanks (left). Anthony Gharib (right) and Zack Susko (far right) sign with the hometown team, the Windsor Lancers.

Anthony Gharib

When Anthony Gharib looks at the Windsor Lancers, he sees a future, not just for himself, but for the program too. “I chose to commit to Windsor because of all the possibilities that can come from here,” he said. “It is still a developing program and there’s a lot of rookies and it’s a young team.”

A hometown boy, Gharib said he is excited to work with his linebacker coach at Windsor. “I have much respect for the whole coaching staff,” he added. ‘They all treated me as a family, a big brotherhood.”

Standing at 6’0, 230lbs, Gharib has played with the Holy Names Knights (Windsor-Essex County Secondary School Athletic Association) for five years. He also spent two seasons with the Essex Ravens (OFA) and three with B.T.G 7v7. Last season, he was named to the First Team All-City for the WECCSSA as a defensive end. He won the championship at the Legacy 7v7 tournament in Michigan last season as well. He is interested in taking nursing.

Zack Susko

Zack Susko is also from Windsor, Ontario, and was Gharib’s teammate on the Holy Names Knights. He is 6’5, 215lbs and played with the Essex Ravens in 2017. In five games, he had four tackles, two assisted tackles, one tackle for loss and one and a half sacks.

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