UHSLL LogoWhat: The 2016 Boys High School All-State Game
When: Tuesday May 31st, 7:00pm
Where: Juan Diego Stadium, Draper Utah
Who: Class A 1st and 2nd Team Selections, Class B 1st Team Selections, and Class C positional MVP Selections.
Cost: $5 General Admission, $2 Students, FREE Youth Players in their team jersey, FREE All Coaches with their badge

Mark your calendar for the Second Annual Boys High School All-State Lacrosse Game. The game will feature the best High School players in the state. The game is being presented by UHSLL with all gate proceeds benefiting the 2016 U15 Boys National Team. This is the last time many of our participants will wear their High School jersey. This event was a huge success last year for both players and fans and should not be missed.

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Wasatch LCWasatch Lacrosse Club is holding a second evaluation day in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, May 24th from 5-7pm, for all prospective players who are interested in trying to join our team. Players who can attend are players who are currently in 8th-12th grade (graduating seniors are eligible to attend the U19 Vail Shootout). Cost is FREE!

We have limited spots open for each tournament, and we are looking for players who want to represent the state of Utah on a national level and compete in the most prestigious tournaments that any club from Utah attends.

From 2012 – present our record is 37-19-1, which includes victories over teams from New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Minnesota, Florida, California, Indiana, Colorado, Nevada, Wisconsin, Texas, Kentucky, and Nebraska. In 2015, Wasatch LC competed in three tournaments, played 18 games, and faced teams from 14 different states.

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A pretty incredible way to finish off the Utah High School Lacrosse season. With the two teams that had been ranked 1st and 2nd throughout most of the year, and then both respectively taking care of business to make it into the the final. Juan Diego themselves had a fantastic year with multiple players winning all-state honors and having a near-perfect record in the regular season; their only loss being to Brighton earlier last month. With an impressive run in the playoffs that included a big win against an excellent 3rd-ranked Corner Canyon team to get in the finale, Juan Diego looked like the one team who could take down the Bengals. Brighton had been heavy favorites since the preseason and had that pressure along with each opponent’s best shot to take down the “Number One Team” all season. With the lofty expectations and pressure, they were able to work their way through a perfect regular season in-state record, and then dominate the first 3 rounds of the playoffs to set up the championship game against perennial title contender Juan Diego. With a season of dominating all challengers, their closest in-state game being 4 goals, and their only losses coming during a trip to California, it was no big surprise that they ended up winning the championship, 8-6. What was surprising was how they won it.

Mitch Francis
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Full game between the Brighton Bengals and the Juan Diego Soaring Eagle in the Boys Class A Championship.

Tim Haslam

2016-ClassB-ActionThe end of the season at the Bengals’ field on championship day, 4:34 pm, faceoff was swiped by Kade Wheathers #10 Bonneville, and the Class-B championship was on its way. The pre-game warm-ups were looking like this would be a good match-up between the Bonneville Lakers and Waterford Ravens for the 2016 Championship. Waterford’s methodical offense and stout defense kept the Lakers from ever really settling in on offense, and the Ravens slowly ground down Bonneville to capture the boys Class-B championship, 6-2.

Bonneville possessed the ball for the first 2 minutes with shots but no early goals on the board. With Bonneville and Ravens both possessing well, controlling the ball, and making threats on the strong opposing defenses of both teams.

Bonneville got an early jump with a man-up about halfway through first quarter, not taking advantage of the man-up but, showing good potential for future opportunities. David Meabon #13 Waterford putting up the icebreaking first point with a rip, making this Championship heat up. The first quarter ended with an aggressive rip by Waterford and a save by Hunter Combe #11, with Waterford starting the second quarter up one.

Parker Christiansen
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