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IL Names 8 SSC Players Pre-Season All Americans, Plus Gulf Breeze Alum Noah Haas Makes 2nd Team!

IL Names 8 SSC Players Pre-Season All Americans, Plus Gulf Breeze Alum Noah Haas Makes 2nd Team!

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  via IL press release   Excerpt: Inside Lacrosse is proud to announce the Men's DII All-Americans, as first published in the Face-Off Yearbook. The Yearbook can be purchased here. The No. 1 and No. 2 teams nationally are well represented, with the top-ranked Dolphins owning three spots on the first team. Limestone, ranked No. 2, has five first-team selections.   See the full 3 Teams HERE  
AH-Delray’s Chloe Provenzano Named to the U.S. Lacrosse Select U-17 Girls Team!

AH-Delray’s Chloe Provenzano Named to the U.S. Lacrosse Select U-17 Girls Team!

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  via US Lacrosse press release   Author's Note:  This is obviously a little dated, since the event has already occurred but this is quite an honor for Chloe and the state and it deserves to be highlighted.  Congratulations to Chloe!   SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse has named a total of 88 players to its inaugural USA Select teams. Twenty-two players were named to the four teams, representing boys and girls at the U15 and U17 levels. The selections were made following August's national combine for the National Team Development Program (NTDP) that featured nearly 300 of the nation’s top young lacrosse players training at US Lacrosse headquarters. As part of the NTDP process, more than 1,300 players participated in 21 regional trials (boys and girls), conducted in
ATS – Palm Beach Post: How I Spent My Summer – Jupiter High Student Introduces Lacrosse to Kids Overseas

ATS – Palm Beach Post: How I Spent My Summer – Jupiter High Student Introduces Lacrosse to Kids Overseas

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  Author's Note: This article was published on August 5th in the Palm Beach Post and is about George Moroncini, a Jupiter High lacrosse player, a senior this year.  I can only print an excerpt and a link to the rest of the story.  The pictures were taken by a member of the Moroncini family.  Great job George!   For those readers not familiar with our Report Media Coverage feature, you can submit links to media coverage of the sport in your area online, in print or on TV by clicking on the button on the home page and filling in the form.  Please don't use that feature for a recruiting highlight film; it's not intended for that.   Excerpt: JUPITER — Instead of enjoying the beach, pool or playing video games like many of his peers, Jupiter High School student George Moronci
Q&A With Alex Ozuna, Assistant Director of Sports With the FHSAA

Q&A With Alex Ozuna, Assistant Director of Sports With the FHSAA

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  Alex Ozuna oversees the sport of lacrosse for the Florida High School Athletic Association and he was gracious enough to allow me to pose some questions to him to clarify some of the questions I've been hearing from our readers.  Here's his responses:     1) Must a school play all the District teams they are assigned to? All teams must play their district opponents at least once during the regular season. The district regular season matches determine the seed for the end of the season district tournament.   2) Outside of district, are there any limits on how many 1A teams a 2A can play? There is no limit on the amount of games a 1A school can play 2A school or vice versa. During the regular season, each team has a season limitation of 18 ga
Breaking:  New FHSAA Classes and District Assignments Substantially Change Lacrosse Landscape

Breaking: New FHSAA Classes and District Assignments Substantially Change Lacrosse Landscape

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  I'll analyze the Boys' side first and hopefully there will be readers able to send me some insight on the Girls' side too.   Class 1A is for the smaller schools and Class 2A is for the larger schools, basically the same number of schools in each. 16 districts in each Class, based on what I heard there will be only the winner of the District making the FHSAA brackets. At a quick glance: 8 teams in District 7 in 1A and 4 in District 2, the rest fall in between in size. Multiple districts in the Southeast have 7 teams, no Class 2A district has 4 and most are 6 teams   There are some BRUTAL districts, both good and bad.    Class 1A - District 13 Suncoast 1589 1A 4 13 American Heritage (Delray Beach) 904 1A 4 13 St. Andrews 625 1A 4 13
US Lacrosse Orlando Chapter 2019 Girls’ All Americans & Award Winners!

US Lacrosse Orlando Chapter 2019 Girls’ All Americans & Award Winners!

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  Congratulations to all the winners!   All-American: Olivia Adamson - Lake Highland Preparatory School Cameron Donadio - Bishop Moore Catholic High School Isabella Garganese - Trinity Preparatory School Kate Piscopo - Bishop Moore Catholic High School Ashley Rassel - Hagerty High School Ainsley Thurston - Lake Highland Preparatory School Katie Williams - Hagerty High School   All-Academic: Brooke Barry - Bishop Moore Catholic High School Cameron Donadio - Bishop Moore Catholic High School Grace Douglas - Bishop Moore Catholic High School Isabella Garganese - Trinity Preparatory School Elyse Larsen - Seminole High School Ashley Rassel - Hagerty High School Rachel Sigmund - East Ridge High School   Coach of t...
Nease Alum Ashton Wood of Mercer Named Inside Lacrosse’s #11 Freshman in their Rankings!

Nease Alum Ashton Wood of Mercer Named Inside Lacrosse’s #11 Freshman in their Rankings!

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  Congratulations to Ashton on this!     Excerpt: Thanks for checking out the Final DI Freshman Rankings. One of our most substantial undertakings for 10 years running, the list of considered players topped 150, and then was winnowed down to 25. Early Season Rankings Midseason Freshman Rankings   Click HERE for the rankings!