212 Lacrosse competes in tough tourney
June 30, 2015
212 Lacrosse of Park City participated in the Warrior Vail Shootout June 15-18. This tournament is widely considered the toughest test for western players annually. Vail draws teams from the entire country, including Baltimore, Maryland. 212 entered two teams — Boys’ High School Elite and Boys’ U13.
The 212 Select HS boys’ team was very strong throughout the tournament. Typically playing against competition one and two years senior, the team finished third in goal differential and sixth overall out of 16 teams. They missed a shot at the championship by losing 9-5 to eventual champion Looney’s. Looney’s was comprised of Calvert Hall and Loyola High School players from Baltimore, two of the finest high school teams in the nation. The future is bright for the 212 Select HS team.
The 212 Select U13 boys’ team also showed well, finishing fifth out of 16 teams and fourth in goal differential. The younger boys missed a shot at the title after losing two one-goal games to 3D Colorado, perhaps the West’s best team in the 2020 age group.
212 has a cumulative four-year record of 158-43 and 13 tournament championships, with 19 players committing to play Division I lacrosse. The program emphasizes commitment and success for all its players, and provides one-on-one mentoring for team members.
To learn more about 212, contact email@example.com.
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