212 Lacrosse wins big in Colorado
September 6, 2013
212 Lacrosse of Park City competed in the Rocky Mountain Cup lacrosse tournament in Colorado Springs, Colo., last weekend. The 212 Boys’ U15 team took home the championship trophy, finishing with an undefeated record. The U15 Boys dominated the Utah Blackhawks 10-3 in the semi-finals and defeated a strong Tommyknockers team 11-4 in the finals. The 212 Boys’ U11 team went undefeated in pool play. In the playoffs they won their semifinal game 16-0 over the Patriots and the championship game against the Warthogs 9-0, taking home the title.
The 212 Girls’ U17 team had a strong tournament, finishing in second place, and the 212 U13 Boys’ team placed a respectable third. Overall, 212 Lacrosse posted a cumulative record of 16-5 at the Rocky Mountain Cup.
"Congratulations and gratitude are in order to the entire 212 Lacrosse community for their continued support," 212 Lacrosse founder Mike Acee said. "And a big thank you to the entire 212 Lacrosse staff for their contributions to a great weekend of lacrosse."
Standout players for 212 Lacrosse included:
U15 Boys – Ryan Baker (Juan Diego) – Defensive MVP, and goalie Brendan Roberts (Juan Diego) – Championship game MVP
U13 Boys – Connor French (Park City) – Team MVP
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U11 Boys – Cooper Iacobelli/Dylan Bauer (Park City) – Co-offensive MVPs, Andrew Pederson (Park City) – Defensive MVP
U17 Girls – Dylan Craddock/Jeni Gordon (Park City) – Co-defensive MVPs, Ali Baker (Park City) – Offensive MVP
The 212 Lacrosse teams were coached by:
U15 Boys – Mike Acee (UNC) and Court Durling (UVA)
U13 Boys – Acee, Brian Bilzi (Manhattan College) and Christian Pompoco (Park City H.S.)
U11 Boys – Acee and Bilzi
U17 Girls – Zach Sadoff (Tufts University) and Glee Corsetti (New Hampshire)
212 Lacrosse was founded by former UNC player Mike Acee and is based out of Park City, Utah. Visit http://www.212lacrosse.com for more information.
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