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Radnor hosting special ‘4 School Lax Mix’ benefit tourney tonight for injured youth player with three other top Philly boys’ teams

Wednesday, 16th November 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, Events, High School, Tournaments, Posted 11/16/11

Radnor High will host a special benefit lacrosse tournament tonight involving players from four of the top boys’ teams in the Philly region, including Conestoga, Haverford School, Malvern Prep and the host Red Raiders.

The “4 School Lax Mix” will begin at 6 p.m. with games on two turf fields. The second set of games will be held at 7:30.

Admission for the fundraiser is $5. Donation boxes also will be provided.

All proceeds from the event will benefit to Benefit NTAF Mid-Atlantic Traumatic Brain Injuries in honor of Logan Schweiter. Logan, 12, a Conestoga Youth Lacrosse (CYL) player, is rehabilitating from an serious accident July 25 when he was caught under water in a flooded creek.

The four teams will be split up evenly to create eight teams (four varsity, four JV) of about 22 players each. Games will be played on both turf fields – with four games being played in all.

The Varsity and JV Navy and Red Teams will play at 6:00 and the Green And Carolina Blue Teams will play at 7:30. Varsity games

The talent on the field will be exceptional. Haverford School went undefeated last year and was ranked No. 1 in every national poll. Two-time defending state champion Conestoga, ranked No. 3 in several national polls, has been to three straight state finals. Malvern Prep was ranked No. 25 in the nation in the final ESPNRISE POWERADE FAB 50 poll and Radnor is a perennial Central League challenger.

Prevost Field (Football Stadium):

6 PM – Navy Blue Team vs Red Team; 7:30 PM – Carolina Blue Team vs Green Team

Encke Field (turf field adjacent Radnor-Chester Road)

6 PM – Navy Blue Team vs Red Team; 7:30 PM – Carolina Blue Team vs Green Team



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