Results of the 2013 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Day 2

Princeton BCLF 7, AFA Greybirds 3
Princeton came out looking fresh, moving the ball very well and playing team lacrosse. Air Force battled hard, but couldn't seem to compete on ground balls.

Navy Grand Goats 11, Princeton BCLF 3
Navy dominated the faceoffs and controlled the ball most of the game, resulting in 33 shots. Jeff Olsen of Princeton gave his best effort making a total of 12 saves. Navy's Bellistri was a force on offense scoring five goals and assisting on two. Faceoffs made the difference with Navy winning 14 to Princeton's 2.

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Dr. Tom Watts Memorial U-19 High School Boys' Showcase

Conference A - Avon 1 Field (East)
FCA 8, Lawrenceville Big Red 5
Midwest Select 11, Altitude Sickness 0
FCA 6, Midwest Select 5
Lawrenceville Big Red 8, Altitude Sickness 6
Midwest Select 11, Lawrenceville Big Red 1
FCA 12, Altitude Sickness 4

Conference B - Avon 2 Field (West)
Team Colorado 17, Black Hawks 10
Minnesota Chill 12, Black Hawks 11 (OT)
Team Colorado 22, Minnesota Chill 3

Conference C - Edwards Turf (West)
Baltimore Crabs 8, Adrenaline Jr. Tropics 6
FCA Colorado 7, Orange Lacrosse 2
Baltimore Crabs 10, Orange Lacrosse 3
Adrenaline Jr. Tropics 14, FCA Colorado 2
Adrenaline Jr. Tropics 12, Orange Lacrosse 2
Baltimore Crabs 11, FCA Colorado 1

Conference D - Homestake Peak School (Eagle Vail)
Laxachusetts 8, Brady's Bunch 4 - This game was fast-paced and evenly matched throughout. In the end, it was the strong defense of Laxachusetts that made the difference. Both teams played hard and are expected to do well.

Minnesota Frost 14, Nebraska Buddha's Ballers 3 - Frost controlled the action, holding possession for 80% of the game. Buddha gained confidence and found some ball movement in the second half, but was outran and unable to clear regularly.

Laxachusetts 17, Buddha 1 - The game was fairly one sided, but the Buddha team played hard until the end. Sportsmanship prevailed with both teams playing with class and respect.

Brady's Bunch 10, Minnesota Frost 9
Brady's Bunch 9, Nebraska Buddha's Ballers 0
Laxachusetts 14, Minnesota Frost 0 - Laxachusetts dominated this game with great offense and defense. Frost may have been fatigued from their close earlier game with Brady's Bunch.

Conference A Standings
3-0 FCA
2-1 Midwest Select
1-2 Lawrenceville Big Red
0-3 Altitude Sickness

Conference B Standings
3-0 Team Colorado
2-1 Minnesota Chill
1-2 Black Hawks
0-3 Local Favorites

Conference C Standings
3-0 Baltimore Crabs
2-1 Adrenaline Jr. Tropics
1-2 FCA Colorado
0-3 Orange Lacrosse

Conference D Standings
3-0 Laxachusetts
2-1 Brady's Bunch
1-2 Minnesota Frost
0-3 Nebraska Buddha's Ballers

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U-19 High School Girls' Showcase

Edwards 2 - Grass Field (NW)
Boise River Lacrosse 15, Utah Mamaci Gold 4
Denver Summit Lax 14, Houston Heat 2
Chaparral 21, MN Lakers Select '17 3
LaxNW Rippers 12, Utah Mamaci Black 6
Utah Mamaci Elite 12, Oregon Elite 7

Edwards 3 - Grass Field (NE)
Team Colorado 12, Indy United 7 - Indy United jumped to a 3-1 lead over Team Colorado but they refused to stay down as they fought their way back before pulling away to seal the victory.
Team HLA 12, Utah Mamaci Black 2
Team Colorado 13, Aspen Girls 1
Team HLA 16, PA Express 4 - With undeniable talent on both teams, Team HLA exercised their will through the excellent play by their goalie.
Midwestern Force 13, True MN All-Stars 4
Edwards 4 - Grass Field (South)
3d Select 11, Aspen Girls 7 - 3d Select held off the advances of the Aspen Girls to secure the victory in a hard played game.
PA Express 17, LaxNW Rippers 2
Indy United 10, 3d Select 9 - The game came down to the wire as 3d Select scores to come within one with thirty second left to play. Indy United stood firm and did not sway under pressure to hold on to the victory.
Stars Blue 2017 17, Houston Heat 1
Team 180 15, Puget Sound Select 3
Stars Blue 2017 10, Denver Summit Lax 9 (OT) - Stars pulled got out of the gates quickly en route to an early three goal lead. Denver Summit rallied to tie the game with under a minute to go with a stars player out due to a yellow card. Belodeau scored her third goal 38 seconds into overtime for the 10-9 win.

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