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See the video for my reasons for the picks! Girls 1AAmerican Heritage over Community SchoolLake Highland Prep over Ponte VedraA toss up in the final! Girls 2ASt. Thomas Aquinas over SteinbrennerBartram Trail in a mild upset over Vero BeachBartram Trail and STA come down to the wire, maybe OT Boys 1ASaint Andrew's pulls away over CanterburySt. Edward's edges BollesSaint Andrew's wins their first crown since 2012 Boys 2ALake Mary gets past Winter ParkJupiter edges PlantJupiter wins the title
It was worth it.3 hours and fifteen minutes up I-95 and west on 528 . . .A great game . . .3 hours and fifteen minutes home on the Turnpike.This was the most interesting matchup to me in the first round. Technically the Pine Crest-Saint Andrew's game was a better matchup by my poll but this was a close second and the only time I've seen playoff games in the Orlando area were Final Fours, and it's been a long time since (2013 to be exact) so the game took on more desire to see. A one-goal regular season result. Lots of talent. Coaches with a lot of success. All signs pointed to a big game.Final Four worthy.And a location I've never been to.Didn't disappoint.Large crowd. Concession stand opened! As close to normal as most of us have felt since...
by Mike Zima (Hi Mike, good to link to you again!), ClayTodayOnline.com Excerpt:NEPTUNE BEACH - Fleming Island High lacrosse striker Will Krupsky scored six goals as he and teammate Luke Schreiober led the sharpshooting Fleming Island High School boys lacrosse team to a 16-8 win at Neptune Beach Fletcher in the District 2-2A championship game on Thursday, April 15. The championship win comes after a season start that had four straight losses followed by eight regular season wins including plus two playoff games.The win was Fleming Island’s 10th in a row, a streak that started with a 15-8 home win over Fletcher on March 3. The Golden Eagles, now 10-4, will host a regional final against Ocala Forest (13-4)on Friday, April 23 at Fleming Island High School. Oppos...
via Pensacola News Journal Online, by Patrick Bernadeau, Pensacola News Journal Excerpt:
Since their existence, the Gulf Breeze girls and boys lacrosse teams have each dominated the sport and been the premier programs in the area.
On Monday, both Dolphin squads solidified their standing with emphatic victories and added yet another District title to their trophy case.
The girls captured their sixth consecutive District crown by by crushing West Florida 18-2 in the District 1-1A final from Marlon L. Bullock Field. In the nightcap, the boys also put in 18 goals on the board in a 18-5 victory over longtime rival Pensacola Catholic. For the boys, it's their third straight District title and fourth in the last five years.
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