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Results of @VailLacrosse High School tourneys: @Crabslacrosse, Les Diables Bleus claim championships

Tuesday, 7th July 2015

Categories Boy's/Men's, Club, Girl's/Women's  
 

BaltimoreLacrosseNews.com, Posted 7/7/15

Recap of the High School tournaments last week at the Vail Shootout:

Dr. Tom Watts Memorial Tournament (U19 boys)Vail Shootout

Championship: Baltimore Crabs 17, Colorado 13
In a matchup that hasn’t happened for many years, Colorado looked to upset the perennial favorite Baltimore Crabs. Thanks to 11 saves from the Crabs goalies, six in the second quarter, and a tight defense, Colorado found it hard to keep up. They did gather steam for a late run in the fourth quarter, but the effort fell short. Stand-out players included #32 for the Crabs, Dubick, who racked up six goals and one assist, and #10 Patrick Spencer, who tallied one goal and five assists.

Final Standings
1st Place: Baltimore Crabs
2nd Place: Colorado
3rd Place: Leading Edge
4th Place: FCA
5th Place: Laxachusetts
6th Place: 3D NE Select
7th Place: ADRLN
8th Place: Brady’s Bunch
9th Place: Minnesota Chill
10th Place: Wasatch
11th Place: Local Favorites
12th Place: Trojans

All-Star Team

Attack
Patrick Spencer, Baltimore Crabs
Max Tennant, Colorado
Jack Harvey, Leading Edge

Midfield
Alex Morris, Crabs
Brooks Tyrell, FCA
Chet Dunstan, Colorado

Defense
Eamon Hunter, Laxachusetts
Charlie Trense, Baltimore Crabs
Kyle Pless, Colorado

Long-stick Middie: Austin Eiseman, Baltimore Crabs

Faceoff: Jake Hammond, ADRLN

Goalie: Ben Adams, Colorado

MVP: Louis Dubick, Baltimore Crabs

Keeper of Lacrosse Award
Josh Hoffman, FCA Coach

U19 Girls

Championship: Les Diables Bleus 12, Team HLA 8
Les Diables Bleus quickly pulled ahead in the first half, scoring five points in just over two minutes. HLA kept pressuring the ball, fighting to minimize the lead. With six minutes left in the second half, HLA scored on an empty net from 25 yards back and got their momentum going again, bringing the game within three goals. Les Diables Bleus offense, led by MVP Katie Cronin (Darien, CT), continued to hammer the goal.

Silver Championship: The Silver Championship game was a nail biter up until the last whistle. Team 180 2019 was up 9-5 in the middle of the second half, but New Image battled back one goal at a time, eventually making it a one-point game. Team 180 stalled the last minute to hold on to the win. Team 180 shared the wealth, with nine girls scoring and a combined total of seven saves by the

2015 High School Girls Final Standings
Gold Bracket
1st Place: Les Diables Bleus
2nd Place: Team HLA
3rd Place: Team 180 2016
4th Place: Puget Sound
5th Place: Stars 2019 Blue
6th Place: Team 180 2018
7th Place: Fuzion
8th Place: Lax Monkey

Silver Bracket
1st Place: Team 180 2019
2nd Place: New Image
3rd Place: Stillwater MN
4th Place: Stars 2019 Black
5th Place: Utah Mamaci
6th Place: Colorado
7th Place: Houston Heat
8th Place: 3D Colorado

MVP: Katie Cronin, Les Diables Bleus #4
Keeper of Lacrosse Award: Gene Albert, Team HLA founder
Coaches Award: Amy Cronin and Sage Johnson, Utah Mamaci

2015 All Tournament Team
Alexis Rieu, Les Diables Bleus #7
Morgan Rodgers, Les Diables Bleus #12
Elizabeth Fucigna, Les Diables Bleus #16
Ellie Majure, Team HLA #18
Olivia Jenner, Team HLA #19
Kendall Swenson, Team HLA #5
Caroline Perry, Team 180 2016 #47
Alea Tooley, Team 180 2019 #29
Suzy Emerson, PSS #91
Samantha Nolan, MLA #5
Kennon Moon, Stars Blue 2019 #14
Goalie: Elle Crawford, Lax Monkey #9


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