Results of the 2014 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Day 4

The fourth day of the Vail Lacrosse Shootout saw the end of the Boys' High School division and the semifinals for the Girls' High School division. The Baltimore Crabs took the championship in the Boys' division once again. They defeated Laxachusetts for the second year in a row, with both teams playing all out to the very end. Team HLA and Team 180 '15 won their respective semifinal games and will play tomorrow in the championship at the Edwards field.

The Men's and Women's Elite divisions begin tomorrow with games being played at Edwards, Vail Athletic Field, and Vail Mountain School. Many of the usual suspects will be returning to compete with a few new international additions.

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U-19 High School Boys

Division I Championship: Baltimore Crabs 12, Laxachusetts 9

Laxachusetts and the Baltimore Crabs duked it out yet again for the championship. Both fought hard down to the last second, but it was the Crabs who prevailed. Neither team was able to gain the lead for more than a couple minutes in the first half, and almost every goal was quickly answered with another. The Laxachusetts defense wasn't afraid to play offense, with a couple of long pole defensemen scoring goals. The Crabs had a slight lead at the half, and Laxachusetts stayed close. The Crabs gained a wider lead at the end of the game and held it to the end.

3rd Place: FCA 10, Midwest 9 OT

Midwest mounted a furious fourth quarter comeback to break even with FCA but came up just short in the end. Cameron Ziegler led the FCA attack with two assists and three goals, including the game winner in overtime.

5th Place: Colorado 7, ADRLN Jr. Tropics 6
7th Place: ADVNC 21, Altitude Stickness 8

Division II Championship: 3d NE Select 8, Brady's Bunch 6

The championship was a hard-fought battle, with both goalies stepping up against a barrage of shots. Brady's Bunch goalie Jake Hogan made an impressive number of saves, but it wasn't enough to stop a 3d NE Select win.

11th Place: Wasatch 9, Minnesota Chill 5
13th Place: Nebraska Prime 9, Local Favorites 8

Final Standings
1st: Baltimore Crabs
2nd: Laxachusetts
3rd: FCA
4th: Midwest Select
5th: Team Colorado
6th: ADRLN Jr. Tropics
7th: ADVNC
8th: Altitude Stickness
9th: 3d NE Select
10th: Brady's Bunch
11th: Wasatch
12th: Minnesota Chill
13th: Nebraska Prime

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All-Tournament Team

MVP
Brock Turnbaugh - Goalie - Baltimore Crabs

Attack
Tyler Bogart- Laxachusetts
Chase Wittich- Baltimore Crabs
Cameron Ziegler- FCA

Midfield
Jesse Uhlman- Baltimore Crabs
Joel Tinney- Midwest
Sean Cerrone- FCA
Nick Phillips- Team Colorado

Defense
Joseph Kearney- Laxachusetts
Erik Evans- Baltimore Crabs
Matt Neufeldt- Midwest

Faceoff
Hunter Moreland- Baltimore Crabs

LSM
Zach Yoshioka- Team Colorado

Goalie
Nick Marrocco- Laxachusetts

US Lacrosse- Keeper of Lacrosse
Nebraska Prime Coaches:
Rob Mazanec (head)
Dave Stading
Matt Smidlein

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U-19 Girls' Division

Gold Bracket Quarterfinals

Team HLA 16, Frost 1

Team 180 '17 14, Lax NW Rippers 7
Both teams came out aggressively with Team 180 '17 drawing first blood. Lax NW Rippers quickly answered to even the score. The next goal came from Lax NW Rippers' Allison Wurscher at the 8:16 mark of the first half. Emily Herrmann scored two of her goals for Team 180 '17 to reclaim the lead. The half ended 5-3 in Team 180's favor. At the start of the second half, Herrmann crafted a goal to stretch the lead with Sara Stewart following to make the score 7-3. The Rippers responded, with Catherine Lawliss scoring two goals to keep her team in the game, but Herrmann and her teammates sealed the win for Team 180.

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