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Still time to register for the 14th Annual Liberty Lacrosse Shootout June 10-11 at @MSI_Elite

Wednesday, 10th May 2017

Categories Boy's/Men's, Events, Tournaments, Youth, Posted 5/11/17

Registration is open for the 14th Annual Liberty Lacrosse Shootout at the new MSI Sports Village in Aston on June 10-11.

Over 50 boys’ teams and 1000 youth players are expected to participate in one of most popular events on the youth lacrosse calendar. The event, run by Heritage Lacrosse, will feature a diverse group of recreational teams, as in years’ past, for grades 2 to 9. This year, club/travel programs are invited to play in elite brackets as well.

Brackets, dates of play and additional information are on our website. To register or learn more, please visit the Shootout website –

Rec/Club brackets are available in each division (subject to interest) to help align teams that are organized by age/grade/ability. Our goal is to see highly competitive games and, perhaps, lots of 4v4 Bravehearts.

Teams will play at least 3 games in diverse pools within their bracket; pool winners advance in a playoff format;
The Shootout is conveniently situated within a few hours’ drive from a number of lacrosse hotbeds, permitting day trips and ensuring good competition. Liberty typically draws teams from Greater Philadelphia, Central PA, Lehigh Valley, New Jersey, Maryland, New York and Connecticut.

Team tents will abound along the perimeter of the properties, so plan to get situated, comfortable and just enjoy the spirit of the game in friendship!

Teams will be recognized for sportsmanship based largely on “Honor the Game” scorecards kept by Shootout officials and site marshals after each game.

Space is limited. It is anticipated the Shootout will fill up in advance of the deadline, as it has the past 11 years, and the event is now open to Clubs! Registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis (subject to level of interest/balancing of brackets). If you have any questions, please let us know –


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