The Fivestar Championship Challenge featured some of the best Class of 2023 athletes in the country all in one place, and Eric Bowden was there to capture it all. In the days since the event, the talented videographer has put together a mini doc celebrating the high-level lacrosse the event brought to Columbia, Maryland.
Featuring players like McCabe Millon, Nate Kabiri, Parker Love, Sean Creter, and many more, plus legendary coaches, such as Dave Cottle, Don Zimmerman, John Desko, and tons of others, this mini doc encapsulates the essence of the lacrosse at the 2021 Fivestar Championship Challenge.
Lacrosse Mini Doc: Fivestar Championship Challenge
Want to go behind the scenes at the one of the most elite lacrosse events in the United States? You don’t need a special press pass or a cross-country flight to make it happen – you only need about 10 minutes to watch this video that gives you the inside scoop on what happened at the 2021 Fivestar Championship Challenge.
The high of play was high, the coaching knowledge was off the charts, and the atmosphere was top notch. Some of the best lacrosse of the summer was played in Columbia, Maryland, from Aug. 27-29 to close out the hottest months of the year, and you’ve been granted incredible access into how it all unfolded.
This 10-minute doc includes sit-down interviews with a handful of the athletes who improved their games at the Fivestar Championship Challenge, discussing with them the event, their personal journeys in the sport, and more. The video takes you through each of the three days of the event, from the Friday night practice to the Saturday round-robin games, to Sunday’s semifinals and championship game, with highlights, behind-the-scenes looks, and nuggets of wisdom from the many experienced coaches.
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This post was sponsored by the Fivestar Championship Challenge.