This week’s West Region Notebook recaps the final California and Colorado championships of the 2019 high school lacrosse season.
State champions have been anointed in every state across the south with most finishing up last week, with a few states have already done for a few weeks.
This week’s Midwest notebook highlights two Ohio players who are working their way up the best-known records. We also follow up on the Michigan and Ohio playoffs where blowouts have been commonplace.
With this year’s Cardinal program, it’s impossible to single out one player who made the most significant impact. Calvert Hall completed its mission with a 15-7 win over St. Mary’s (Md.) to claim its third-consecutive MIAA A Conference championship.
This week’s Northeast notebook highlights the longest streak in the nation ending, St. Anthony’s winning its first championship in three years, a Maine coach winning his 300th and more.
This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook highlights more Maryland champions, a one-eyed goalie in Virginia, New Jersey’s nine seeds dominating and firsts in Maryland and Virginia.
thedral and Carmel are used to playing for state championships, but the rivals met on the final day of the regular season. Michael Ward has the breakdown.
Alex Slusher from Oregon Episcopal appears to be the next player in line to make lacrosse fans notice the sport in the Pacific Northwest.
This episode was recorded in November 2018 with Chris Goldberg of PhillyLacrosse.com to discuss the evolution of the Pennsylvania lacrosse playoff format. With all the discussion about playoff formats, especially in states that are growing, it’s a good episode to listen to how an established state had its own share of growing pains and how it’s continuing to modify its format.
Brother Rice and Detroit Catholic Central met for the Catholic League Championship and for the second time this season. Was it a state title preview too? Michael Ward has the breakdown.