Our friends over at LaxRatz.com released a series of videos last week previewing the 2014 high school lacrosse season in the Los Angeles area, and both finalists from last spring made the top three. But neither is ranked No. 1 by Drew Rogers and Lane Jaffe.
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Last week, Orange County played host to the JCC Maccabi Games and Artfest, an annual olympic-style sports competition and arts showcase for Jewish teens from around the United States, Israel, Great Britain and Mexico. In boys lacrosse, Team OC’s surprise run through the playoffs ended in a silver medal.
Two local clubs are sending teams to Baltimore’s Champ Camp this week, with Team America out of Corona del Mar making its annual trip with two squads and first-year club Team West Coast sending a group of rising sophomores from the Conejo Valley.
Last week we shared the list of 25 SoCal players named as All-Americans by U.S. Lacrosse, and today we have 11 more players to honor as U.S. Lacrosse has released its Academic All-American list.
Sophomore midfielder and faceoff specialist Ryan Harnisch was named Player of the Year in Orange County in the OC Register’s annual All-County boys lacrosse team selections.
Eight Southland players were among the 50 selected to participate the 2013 Adrenaline All-American Game, scheduled for Saturday, June 8, at 7 p.m. at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa.
How long before a team from the L.A. half of the bracket breaks the O.C.’s seven-year streak of US Lacrosse CIF Southern Section titles? The answer is, “Sooner than you might think.”
A lot has happened in the short hiatus we’ve had at Southland Lax, including St. Margaret’s first Southern Section title over a Harvard Westlake team that ignored its seeding and just played lacrosse.
Here’s a quick look at the US Lacrosse CIF Southern Section semifinals, featuring Harvard Westlake vs. Palos Verdes in the north and what could be an epic matchup between St. Margaret’s and Corona del Mar in the south.
All four top seeds in the US Lacrosse Southern Section south bracket held serve in Thursday’s quarterfinals, but the action in the north bracket demonstrated just how evenly matched most everyone is … well, after Palos Verdes, that is.
The first round of the US Lacrosse CIF Southern Section playoffs saw one big upset and two smaller ones, but most top seeds held serve and will be home for second-round games Thursday. Here are first-round scores and second-round matchups.
The southern bracket of the U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section playoffs have been set, with Corona del Mar (15-2) as the No. 1 seed and Foothill (15-4) as the No. 2 seed. Here are the the complete South Division playoff pairings.
Corona del Mar lost its first game to a Southern Section opponent since 2011 but still sits atop the Southern Section rankings. The rest of the Orange County playoff picture is beginning to shape up, as well.
Kyle Harrison’s JSerra squad defeated Palos Verdes last week, handing the defending L.A. champ its first loss. Corona del Mar, meanwhile, remained undefeated, and Foothill traveled east for Spring Break.
When we checked on the 2013 CIF Southern Section high school season last, it was only a week into the new season, and the defending OC and LA champs had yet to play a game. Now four weeks in, Corona del Mar and Palos Verdes again find themselves atop the pack.