Results from the 2013 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Day 5

It was high school championship day at the 41st Vail Lacrosse Shootout. Across the boys' and girls' brackets, five teams walked away with division championships.

In the Dr. Tom Watts Memorial U-19 High School Boys' Showcase, the Baltimore Crabs won the title in a thrilling overtime game against Laxachusetts. The Crabs are one of the most dominant teams in the history of the Shootout and have now won seven out of the last eight Division 1 championships. Minnesota Frost defeated FCA Colorado 12-9 to claim the Division 2 championship.

In the Girls' U-19 High School Showcase, Team HLA won its third consecutive Gold Division championship, Oregon Elite took home the Silver Division Title, and True MN Lacrosse won the Bronze.

Tomorrow (see schedule below), the "big dogs" come to play at the 41st Shootout. Men's Elite action gets going at 9:00 am in Edwards and Vail, Women's Elite starts at 9:00 am in Edwards, and the Masters kick off at 8:30 am on Athletic Field.

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

Division 1 Bracket

Championship: Baltimore Crabs 10, Laxachusetts 9
In the Division I High School boys championship, the Baltimore Crabs took yet another trophy home. Laxachusetts took an early lead in the first quarter, but the Crabs came back in the second quarter with 6 goals. The Crabs then maintained their lead until the end of the fourth when Laxachusetts tied it up. The Crabs won in overtime with a goal from Rainier.

3rd Place: FCA 10, Adrenaline Jr. Tropics 9
In this very close game, FCA managed to score the go-ahead goal with 1:08 left in the game. FCA dominated the face-off game and controlled the ball for the majority of the game. Adrenaline was successful on their clears, keeping them in the game, but had trouble getting shots on cage.

5th Place: Midwest Select 11, Brady's Bunch 3
Midwest came out strong and dominated with a strong attack scoring five goals in the first half. Brady's Bunch picked up the pace in the fourth for a rally and won the quarter with three goals to Midwest's one.

7th Place: Team Colorado 10, Minnesota Chill 6
Things started off slow for Team Colorado in the first half with Chill scoring two goals early in the first period, but in the third period Colorado took it away scoring five goals, taking the lead.

Division 2 Bracket

Championship: Minnesota Frost 12, FCA Colorado 9
FCA Colorado started strong with a 3-1 first quarter. Frost got off to a strong second half thanks to many face-off wins from Ben Wiliams and strong shots from Ryan McNamara. Frost was able to pull ahead with help from FCA penalties near the end.

3rd Place: 9:00 am - Homestake Peak Stadium - Black Hawks 18, Lawrenceville Big Red 8
5th Place: 10:30 am - Homestake Peak Stadium - Altitude Sickness 7 vs. Nebraska Buddha's Ballers 5
7th Place: 7:30 am - Homestake Peak Stadium - Orange 11, Local Favorites 4

Division 1 Final Standings
1st: Baltimore Crabs
2nd: Laxachusetts
3rd: FCA
4th: Adrenaline Jr. Tropics
5th: Midwest Select
6th: Brady's Bunch
7th: Team Colorado
8th: Minnesota Chill

Division 2 Final Standings
1st: Minnesota Frost
2nd: FCA Colorado
3rd: Black Hawks
4th: Lawrenceville Red
5th: Altitude Sickness
6th: Nebraska Buddha's Ballers
7th: Orange
8th: Local Favorites
US Lacrosse Keeper of Lacrosse Award
Minnesota Chill coaching staff

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