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Attention High school lacrosse players, as summer approaches and the season comes to a close, now is the time to start thinking about summer ball.
- 4leaflacrosse is a 2 year old program and has been growing as one of the TOP club teams in Southern California.
- Our goal at the High School level is to get the players looked at by college coaches.
- Our High School team program will consist of tournaments, education on how the recruiting process works in college, and recruiting team camps throughout the summer, fall, and winter.
- This summer we will be traveling to Denver twice and Sonoma, we expect to win them all.
- Last years team went 7-1 back east in New Hampshire at the IAS Tournament barley losing to one of New York’s best club team called the Raptors 14-15 .
- And did fairly well at Adrenaline’s Challenge in San Diego.
4 Leaf Lacrosse playing against Crush Elite In November 2009. Photo by LaxBuzz
If your are interested in try-outs this summer please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, grade, school, and contact email and phone number. TRYOUTS FOR ALL TEAMS MAY 22!!!
Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse Team has the #5 and #1 play in ESPN’s Top 10 Plays
1. La Costa Canyon (Calif.), 18-0
2. Arapahoe (Colo.), 15-1
3. Colorado Academy (Colo.), 15-1
4. Mercer Island (Wash.), 18-0
5. Cherry Creek (Colo.), 14-2
6. Chatfield (Colo.), 14-2
7. St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.), 19-2
8. Torrey Pines (Calif.), 14-1
9. Brophy Prep (Ariz.), 17-2
10. Poway (Calif.), 12-2
States: California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Idaho, Wyoming
It took three years for the Palo Alto girls lacrosse team to win the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League tournament. Runner-up St. Francis-Mountain View has two more years to match the feat.
Two programs still in their infancy battled it out in the end Saturday at Paly, with the Vikings prevailing 9-8.
“Everyone stepped up and everyone was on,” said Paly coach Jen Gray, who was ready to name the entire team.
Co-champ with St. Francis and Los Gatos in the SCVAL De Anza, it was yet another come-from-behind win for top-seeded Paly (16-4), which trailed 5-4 at halftime.
||ST. IGNATIUS PREP, CA
|| W, 5-4 (OT)
||UNIVERSITY HS, SF
|| W, 12-3
|| W, 11-3
|| W, 12-2
||ST. FRANCIS, MT.VIEW
|| W, 11-6
|| W, 16-5
||at Pioneer, CA
|| W, 13-9
|| W, 12-11
|| W, 15-3
||at Menlo School
|| L, 12-11 (2OT)
|| W, 15-1
|| W, 13-8
||at Saratoga, CA
|| W, 17-7
|| W, 17-5
||at Los Gatos
|| L, 13-12
|| L, 10-4
||at St. Francis, Mt.View
|| L, 10-9
|| W, 14-1
For more: http://www.mercurynews.com/peninsula/ci_15107806?nclick_check=1