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Summer Slam championship results: Listing of all age group champions and runner-ups

Monday, 27th June 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, Club, High School, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/27/11

Winners were crowned in 10 divisions Sunday in the 2nd annual Summer Slam lacrosse tournament, which featured 192 teams at Episcopal Academy and Westtown School.

Twist Team U-15A goalie Matt Eckles makes a big save in the semifinals of the Summer Slam. Twist lost in the finals to the South Charlotte Cyclones, 8-4. Twist had a 15-game win streak before the defeat and has reached the title game in each of its three summer tourneys. (Photo by Lisa Ament)

Fifty college coaches attended the games at EA.

The champions and second-place teams:

Division Winning Team Opponent Score (Location)

U11 A Long Island Express, NY, def. Freedom Lacrosse, Pa., 8-2 (Westtown)

U11 B South Charlotte Tornadoes, NC def. Tri-State Black, NJ., 10-3 (Westtown)

U13 A Fever Orange, Pa., def. BBL Elite Black, N.J., 6-4 (Westtown)

U13 B South Charlotte Hurricanes, NC, def. Fever Orange, PA, 9-1 (Westtown)

U15 AA Long Island Express, NY, def. Tri-State Black, NJ, 7-3 (Episcopal)

U15 A South Charlotte Cyclones, NC, def. Team Twist, Pa., 6-4 (Westtown)

U15 B Rippin’ Rope Lacrosse Club, DE, def Tri-State Green, NJ, 6-4 (Westtown)

HS AA Mesa Fresh 2012, Pa., def. Long Island Express, NY, 8-6 (Episcopal)

HS A JAGS Lacrosse, Pa. def. Black Bear Chesco, Pa., 9-3 (Episcopal)

HS B Tri-State White, NJ, drew with Tri-State Navy, NJ, no game played (Episcopal)

For full results by division please visit www.SummerSlamLax.com.

The 2012 Summer Slam dates are June 23rd & 24th.

“This year’s Summer Slam produced some great games,” said Jeff Long, President of Pattison Sports Group, which co-owns organizes the event with NXT Lacrosse. “The coaches and players were fired up to win their divisions and earn Summer Slam titles.”


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