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2019 Vail Lacrosse Shootout: Day 5 Results

The 2019 Vail Lacrosse Shootout wrapped up the first half of the tournament with the conclusion of both high school divisions. The U19 Boys shook things up as ADRLN Tropics took home their first Shootout championship trophy. On the Girls’ side of the tournament, perennial favorite Team HLA added more first-place hardware to their collection.

Tomorrow brings the fast-paced play of Men’s and Women’s Elite and the Men’s Masters games to the field. 

2019 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Results For Wednesday 7/3

Boys U19

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ADRLN Tropics 16, Laxachusetts 7

West proved to be the best in the bi-coastal matchup between these two U19 heavy hitters. After coming up short in 2018, Laxachusetts once again took home the second place trophy as ADRLN Tropics improved from a third to a first place finish from last year. ADRLN proved they just wanted it more by making quick work of possessions and hammering the goal whenever possible.

FCA 7, Team Colorado 4

Greene Turtle 3, 3D Lacrosse 11

True Lacrosse 13, Wasatch LC 12 OT

Nation United 9, Team 19 5

Minnesota Chill 13, Nike Trailblazers 6

Final Standings

Division 1

1st – ADRLN Tropics

2nd – Laxachusetts

3rd – FCA

4th – Team Colorado      

5th – 3D Lacrosse

6th – Greene Turtle

7th – Nation United

8th – Team 19

Division 2

1st – True Lacrosse        

2nd – Wasatch LC

3rd – Minnesota Chill

4th – Trailblazers

Girls U19

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Big 4HHH 3, HLA 8

Another feather in their cap for the reigning champions, HLA. They came out fast and furious to get on top right away. They weren’t handed an easy victory though as Big 4HHH worked hard to put some points on the board. HLA’s #3 and #11 each scored two to assist their team to be the 2019 U19 Gold champions.

Noco Select 6, Georgia Outlaws 14

Both Noco Select and Georgia Outlaws played a good game as they fought for 3rd place in the Silver Bracket. Outlaws’ Wright scored seven out of their 14 goals, and their goalie had five saves, both aiding in the Outlaws win.

Summit Select 4, Stars Black 5

It was a nail biter the entire game as Stars Black battled against Summit Select. It was tied until the last 30 seconds, when Ziff from Stars Black made the winning goal to earn her team 5th place in the Silver Bracket.

Hero’s Green 5, Hero’s White 8

It was a battle of the Hero’s, hard fought and aggressive! It was 4-3 at half with Hero’s White in the lead. They stayed ahead the whole second half, beating a higher seed Hero’s Green.

 Team 180 Black 7, PSS 8

Team 180 Black led the first half with a score of 5-2, but PSS wasn’t done yet. The second half was a battle to the goal, resulting in a tie at the buzzer. It took one minute in overtime for PSS’s Havill to shoot the winning goal.

Team TN 7, Team 180 Yellow 5

The Silver Championship game didn’t disappoint! A clear winner wasn’t determined until the end as the score stayed tight the whole game. A last second shot by Team TN’s Williams clenched a victory and a team trophy. 

T3 All-Stars 4, Stars Blue 10

Stars Blue came out of the first half with a 7-1 lead. After the half, T3 All-Stars tried to come back by holding the Stars to only three goals and scoring three of their own. It wasn’t enough to bring down Stars Blue, who earned 7th place in the Gold Bracket.

Houston Heat 7, MLA 10

In the last game of the tournament, MLA battled Houston. Houston put the heat on in the second half but the chill from Minnesota from the first half was too much to overcome. MLA clenched 7th place in the Silver Bracket.

Final Standings

Gold Bracket

1st – Team HLA

2nd – Big 4HHH

3rd – Hero’s White

4th – Hero’s Green

5th – PSS

6th – Team 180 Black

7th – Stars Blue

8th – T3 All-Stars

Silver Bracket

1st – Team TN

2nd – Team 180 Yellow

3rd – Georgia Outlaws

4th – Noco Select

5th – Stars Black

6th – Summit Select

7th – MLA

8th – Houston Heat

All-Tournament Team

Team HLA – Emma Briger – (MVP)

Team HLA – Alex Burtnett                                  

Big 4 HHH – Delaney Sweitzer    

Big 4 HHH – Becky Browndorf

Hero’s Green – Dymin Gerow

Hero’s Green – Lindsey Marshall

Hero’s White – Rasa Welsh

PSS – Lauren Call

NoCo Select – Aidan Carr 

Team 180 Yellow – Emily Bradac

Team TN – Virginia Horton

MLA – Maiah Robert

Coaching Staff:

Georgia Outlaws – Brandon Allen, Karen Allen, Rae Mueller, Andrea Braun

Schedule for Thursday 7/4

Men’s Elite

Ford 1 East

9:00am The Deli vs. Black Seals

10:00am Big Green Herd vs. Black Seals

11:00am Big Green Herd vs. The Deli

12:00pm Chiefs Elite vs. Team Gutman

1:00pm Rocky Mountain Oysters vs. Team Gutman

2:00pm Rocky Mountain Oysters vs. Chiefs Elite

Ford 2 West

9:00am Finkle & Garf vs. Jammin’ Salmon

10:00am Mohawk Lacrosse Club vs. Jammin’ Salmon

11:00am Mohawk Lacrosse Club vs. Finkle & Garf

12:00pm Rogue vs. Steve French

1:00pm Scorebreak/Lax.com vs. Steve French

2:00pm Scorebreak/Lax.com vs. Rogue

Women’s Elite

Athletic

12:30pm LAXaDAZEicalz vs. Jammin’ Salmonettes

1:40pm Team Wild vs. U-Rad

2:50pm Rage vs. The Tools

Men’s Masters

Vail Mountain School

10:00am Legends vs. Silver Oysters

11:30am Tony’s Tavern vs. WLF Smoke/Bayne

1:00pm Middlebury vs. 10th Mountain Whiskey

2:30pm Winner Game 2 vs. Winner Game 3

4:00pm Loser Game 2 vs. Loser Game 3

 Vail Shootout Schedule

High School Boys & Girls (U19): June 30th – July 3rd

Zenmasters (60 & Over): June 29th – July 1st

Grandmasters (50 & over): June 29th – July 1st

Supermasters (40 & over): June 29th – July 1st

Elite Men & Women: July 4th – 7th

Masters Men (30 & over): July 4th – 6th

 

Stay tuned for more coverage of the 2019 Vail Lacrosse Shootout.

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