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
via press release Contact: David Stirt at 352-514-5643 or firstname.lastname@example.org www.floridamilk.com GAINESVILLE (June 5) – Record-setting junior Caitlyn Wurzburger of American Heritage School of Delray has been named the 2019 Florida Dairy Farmers Miss Lacrosse. After becoming the first player in U.S. prep lacrosse history to record both 100 or more goals and assists in a season as an eighth grader in 2016, Wurzburger managed to accomplish the feat for the fourth straight year, scoring 104 goals and adding 105 assists in leading her team to the state Final Four. Wurzburger, a three-time All-America, is the first three-time winner of the Miss Lacrosse award and has committed to play college lacrosse at the University of North Carolina.
(Author's note: I am still looking for the other Chapter's Girls' Info so please send it to me at email@example.com!) Congratulations to all the winners! Girls 2019 USL AA Winners Florida - South Atlantic Ava Yovino 2022 Attack St. Thomas Aquinas Florida - South Atlantic Chloe Maister 2020 Midfield Pine Crest Florida - South Atlantic Helaina Harris 2021 Goalie Ransom Everglades School Florida - South Atlantic Jaycee Engelhard 2021 Attack Cypress Bay Florida - South Atlantic Lauren Figas 2021 Midfield Marjory Stoneman Douglas Coach of the Year NA Jackie Pitts Award NA AA-Academic South Atlantic Calliste Skouras 2019 Mid
photos by Ted Swoboda The story last night was two-fold. LHP wins their first FHSAA Girls' title over Benjamin last night 11-6. It was 10-2 at halftime and even with a small Benjamin run of 3 goals in the second half the lead was never seriously jeopardized and that wasn't a big surprise. The Benjamin program is to be commended for their great season but most thought the other side of the bracket had the two best teams this season and that did play out in the Final Four. I'm including links to the PB Post and Sun-Sentinel articles for you to read the game recaps, I can't really add to that as far as the game was concerned. Less than 6 minutes into the game it was 5-1 LHP and the rest of the game felt like a holding pattern. LHP's Jackie Norsworthy continued her Final Four producti
Benjamin vs Hagerty at 5:00pm Thursday This matchup did not occur in the regular season and one thing to start with is the comparison of common opponents: St. Thomas Aquinas: 2/23 – Hagerty loses 13-11 on the road, 3/28 – Benjamin wins 10-6 at home Bishop Moore: 3/14 – Hagerty loses 12-9 at home, 3/18 – Benjamin loses 20-9 at home IMG: 3/29 – Hagerty loses 14-11 at IMG, 3/9 – Benjamin wins 13-6 at IMG St. John Paul II: 4/10 – Hagerty wins 9-8 at home, 4/1-Benjamin wins 11-2 at home Bartram Trail: 4/12 – Hagerty loses 13-9 at Bartram, 3/18 – Benjamin wins 12-9 at home (yes, Benjamin played two games at home on 3/18 and the Bishop Moore game was the second one) When you look at the comparative scores the edge goes to Benajmin. Another thing in their favor is that Benjamin is ridi
by David Osborn - multiple videos at link, photo by Darron R. Silva Published 10:22 p.m. ET May 2, 2019 | Updated 9:32 a.m. ET May 3, 2019 Excerpt: As the final seconds ticked off the Naples High School scoreboard, the hometown girls lacrosse team Thursday night continued battling Benjamin School. The Buccaneers were about to hand the Golden Eagles their first loss of 2019, yet Naples didn't appear defeated. Then the siren signaled the end of the contest, and the Naples players ran to their goalie, many jumping up and down with their arms in the air. They lost 15-5 in the regional final — the first in program history — on their home field, yet few would call the season anything but a success with a final record of 22-1. "It's unfortunate our season had to end,
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