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Reader’s Choice: Adrenaline Performance Of The Week + Last Week’s WINNERS!

Packy Dollard. Balling.

It’s Baaa-aaaaaaack!!!!   Think back about all the performances you witnessed over the weekend – a team winning a big game, an individual player having a HUGE day, or a coach winning an historic game – and nominate them in the comments section as your Adrenaline Performance Of The Week. Make sure to tell us WHY you picked them! It can be a HS, college or even Pro player, team or coach.  Or even a mascot!  If they do something great!

The LAS Reader with the winning comment (and the all important LAS seal of approval!) gets a free pair of GREY Adrenaline Rasta Socks that you can’t buy in stores. You have to know people to get these… and you know us!

Here’s an example of what a nomination might look like:

I’m nominating the Onondaga Community College Lacrosse Team for going 19-0, beating Essex 12-9 in the National Championship game, and winning their third straight NJCAA title, and fifth in six years.  The Lazers have absolutely dominated JUCO ball in recent memory and their baby blue helmets inspire respect like baby blue has never done before.


Packy Dollard. Balling.


IMPORTANT: The comment with the most likes, replies (and that gets the all-important LAS stamp of approval!) will be declared the winner! This is a weekly recurring series here at LAS, so this won’t be your last chance to win free custom socks from Adrenaline!  Now, nominate away!

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  • My Nomination goes out to Grant Catalino of Maryland. He had an assist and the OT game winning goal. Which is really more than it sounds against 1) Syracuse 2) John Galloway 3) a 6-5 win, so it was low scoring. But then he did this all with a broken hand! I had no idea he still had a broken hand by the way he played! He also works really hard of the ball, to get guys open and himself, and he directs a lot of the up top movement when Ryan Young has the ball at X. Grant Catalino, deserves it, he worked super hard this weekend with a BROKEN HAND!

  • My nomination goes out to the state of Kentucky. The past few weeks lacrosse has been growing lacrosse crazy, due to more coverage of the playoffs, and people are finally realizing what lacrosse is, and are trying to learn more about the game. People still might not think much when they hear Kentucky Lacrosse, but we have lots of seniors that will be graduating and playing college lacrosse. Chase Carraro is a great example, he plays for Denver who is doing absolutely amazing coming off of a big win against Hopkins in the quarterfinals 14-9! I just think that everything that KY Lax has been doing to grow the game is great, recently the KHSAA lowered the amount of teams needed to make it a state sanctioned sport and the Kentucky Lacrosse Association loves that. We are on the verge of making it a sanctioned sport and showing everyone what Kentucky Lacrosse is all about! 

  • Steele Stanwick. His 7 points on 3 goals and 4 assists led UVA over Cornell and gave the Wahoos a trip to Championship weekend.  Steele now has 15 points (6 goals, 9 assists) in the NCAA tournament, and on the season leads the team in points, with 64, and assists, with 35, in addition to adding 29 goals (the 2nd highest on the team – behind Bocklet).  If UVA wants to win the title, Steele needs to keep playing like the Tewaaraton finalist he is.

  • My nomination goes out to my team of Carlisle lacrosse. Last year we went undefeated. This current year almost all of our varsity team graduated we’ve. Also our 3 main(and best) coaches moved on as well. Now we have coaches that have just started coaching this year because their sons plays. Despite the adversity we went to the Mid Pennsylvania tournament and ended up getting 3rd place out of 12th. It was a whole team effort because we were one of the lowest seeds. I believe Carlisle lacrosse should be recognized! 

  • This week, Coach Dom Starsia receives my nomination, for the way that he has his UVa team playing during the playoffs. Not only will the media not drop the issue about the Bratton’s, but he has to answer questions about how talented his team is. And yet, here they stand, one of the last 4 teams in the nation. His leadership is what has cemented the calm, cool, and collected look that UVa has shown this playoffs, coming back to beat Bucknell, then beating up on my early pick to win the title in Cornell. Congrats Coach Starsia, I think you have a lot of us back on the UVa bandwagon just in time for Memorial Day Weekend!

  • I would like to nominate my son’s middle school lacrosse team, the Gladiators of the Triad Youth Lax Association in Greensboro, NC.  The Gladiators team went 12 – 0 this season and averaged 119 to their opponents 28.   Most of the players were on a team last year that only won 2 games and for them to go undefeated this year was an awesome experience for the players as well as all the fans that attended their games.  The average age of the young men on the Gladiators is 13.  Most of the team will go on to high school next year and almost all will certainly make their JV teams if not varsity.  Thanks for considering this nomination.

  • My nomination goes to the University of Oregon Lax team for winning the PNCLL Tourney held at Wilsonville High School. I personally got to go and see them in their final game of the tourney against Simon Fraser. Game was back and forth until the 4th quarter when UO turned it around and scored around 8 goals (I think somewhere around there).. While UO Lax isn’t big, winning PNCLL tourney again should help grow the game

  • My nomination goes to the great Bill Tierney & Denver University Pioneers advancing to the final four!! Why? Because Denvers play is Legitimizing west coast lax and showing the rest of the country lacrosse is no longer a east coast sport! Denver University took a huge step adding lacrosse and being 110% committed to it! Way to go! 

  • I’d like to nominate by boy johnny w. for scoring 48 goals in 9 games as a freshman on varsity. He has a great attitude on the field and is a true leader. Watching him play is pure unfiltered bliss, that is like romping playfully in the silky mane of a male lion.

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