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ATS – Wells’ Sun-Sentinel Coverage of the Great STA – American Heritage Girls Quarterfinal!

ATS – Wells’ Sun-Sentinel Coverage of the Great STA – American Heritage Girls Quarterfinal!

FHSAA, Women's Lacrosse
photo by Michael Laughlin of the Sun Sentinel   Remember fans . . . send them in . . . Boys and Girls . . . any level   St. Thomas stuns Heritage-Delray in OT to reach final four   Excerpt: With her team tied in overtime with powerhouse American Heritage-Delray, St. Thomas Aquinas coach Samantha MacCurdy gave her trainer a high-five. Facing a Stallions team that defeated them by 13 goals earlier in the season, the Raiders had a shot at vengeance. With 2:26 left, the referees whistled Heritage for a penalty in front of the net, awarding Jada Preston with an eight-meter shot for the win. “There was no hesitation in my mind she was going to score,” MacCurdy said. The junior attacker delivered, scoring the winning goal to stun previously unbeaten Am
Breaking:  Chalk Holds on the Boys’ Side But Upheaval on the Girls’ Side!

Breaking: Chalk Holds on the Boys’ Side But Upheaval on the Girls’ Side!

Central Boys, FHSAA, FHSAA, Florida Lacrosse News, High School, Men's Lacrosse, Northern Boys, Northern Girls, Play Offs, Southeast Girls, Tampa/Gulf Coast Boys, Women's Lacrosse
  Just got home from the Benjamin 10-4 win over a game Barron Collier squad playing without star attackman Connor McGraw. Full game recap tomorrow.   Down in Ft. Lauderdale it looks like STA has pulled awy from Gulliver in the third quarter and now leads 8-2, so it looks like we get the rematch from last year's incredible semifinal.   Up in Orlando it was an easy win for LHP over Berkeley Prep 20-4. Seth Austin was on hand and will write up hopefully before he gets on a plane tomorrow.   Also in that area it was Lake Mary holding on for the 9-8 win over visiting Bolles, setting up the rematch of the 2015 semifinals game with LHP.   Not too much surprise here . . .   BUT   On the Girls side we have two upsets in...
Wells Dusenbury’s Sun-Sentinel Coverage of the Battle of Undefeateds as AH/Delray Defeats Barron Collier 17-7

Wells Dusenbury’s Sun-Sentinel Coverage of the Battle of Undefeateds as AH/Delray Defeats Barron Collier 17-7

FHSAA, Women's Lacrosse
  FLN site buddy Wells Dusenbury and I attended the so rare meeting of two late season undefeated teams on Wednesday as the 15-0 Barron Collier Girl's team traveled across Alligator Alley for the matchup with 12-0 American Heritage/Delray.  We witnessed two teams that are certainly threats to head to Jupiter for the Final Four, from separate quadrants.  AH/D looks to be the overwhelming favorite right now from the southeast region and it looks like BC is on a collision course with Vero Beach for their region. Although AH/D was able to jump out early and pretty much cruise to the win I wouldn't fully count out BC as a state contender too.  They can meet again in the semis if my bracket knowledge is correct.  Wells' obviously represents a southeast Florida region and the article w
Girls:  SJP II Edges Saint Andrew’s 14-13 in Major District Matchup

Girls: SJP II Edges Saint Andrew’s 14-13 in Major District Matchup

FHSAA, Women's Lacrosse
  Girls Lacrosse: Saint john Paul II versus St. Andrews, in a hard fought district game last night. Saint john Paul II came into this game with a record of 5-1. Starting the game off strong with a five point lead at one point, while the Scott's played catch-up, eventually tying the game up with 2:30 on the clock in the second half. Taylor Mullen (Middie, Junior) and Kylie MacDonald - scoring 5 goals each for the Scots. Madison Kennedy, (Middie, sophomore), Liv Pollemini (Attack, Junior) and Katie Trainor (Middie, Sophmore) all worked extra hard on the field last night, scoring 4 goals each, to help SJPII secure this district win. Trainor scored at 1:30 left, which was the tie breaker, while Kennedy and Polemini rang their 4 goals in prior. Kennedy on the draws with Trainor and K...
Lee’s Top 10 Florida Lacrosse Stories Of 2016

Lee’s Top 10 Florida Lacrosse Stories Of 2016

College, College, FHSAA, FHSAA, Men's Lacrosse, News From Other States, Women's Lacrosse
  What a year this was for the sport in the state of Florida this year . . . I can't summarize it so easily in a year-end review so I went with this format for 2016. Hope you enjoy it! And all complaints can be sent to Brian . . . If I missed something you think should be included just submit the comment below . . . I could have gone further.   Of course I'll need some introductory theme music for this . . .     So, without further ado . . .   #10 – Top level Division One college lacrosse on the Men’s side comes to South Florida as the oldest rivalry in the sport played its’ first game outside New York as Hobart and Cornell played for the 132nd time in Palm Beach County . . . okay, you knew this writer had to sneak that on
Changes to the Draw Rule in Girls Lacrosse

Changes to the Draw Rule in Girls Lacrosse

FHSAA, Women's Lacrosse
by Megan Schneider | LaxMagazine.com | Twitter | Schneider Archive SPARKS, Md. – When one of the top draw specialists in the game set the all-time NCAA Division I career draw record as a senior at Northwestern in 2014, she made it look easy. But Alyssa Leonard, now a USC assistant, Team USA standout and member of the first-ever professional women's championship team, the Long Island Sound, didn't specialize in the craft until she stepped foot in Evanston, Ill. "I just threw the ball up in the air for the most part when I was in high school," said Leonard. "I couldn't have told you what the techniques were called or the difference between pushing and pulling. I couldn't really tell you specifics until I got to college and really learned it and worked on it." But she predicts a new
UnderArmour South Girls Roster Announced – Command Division Squad Features 5 Floridians!

UnderArmour South Girls Roster Announced – Command Division Squad Features 5 Floridians!

FHSAA, Women's Lacrosse
via press release   Author’s Note:  Command Division is for the Classes of 2019/2020 and the Highlight Division is for the Classes of 2017/2018.   Baltimore, Md. (June 7, 2016) – Under Armour®, Inc. (NYSE: UA) and Corrigan Sports Enterprises announced today the rosters of boys who will represent the South region at the 2016 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament.  The sport’s most prestigious underclassmen tournament will feature girls and boys teams from Baltimore, Long Island, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, South, Southwest, Upstate New York, Washington, D.C., and West and consist of two divisions of players from the graduating classes of 2017-2020.   SOUTH GIRLS - COMMAND Name Hometown High School Position Athlete Bio