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Trent Stetler Lacrosse Play Day to be held Saturday at @haverfordhs_lax

Wednesday, 26th April 2017

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Youth, Posted 4/26/17
Staff Report

The Trent Stetler Lacrosse Play Day will be held Saturday at the A.G. Cornog Field at Haverford High School.

The day is a celebration of the life of Trent Stetler and his dedication to the sport of lacrosse. It is a fundraiser to support a scholarship in Trent’s memory awarded annually to a Haverford High School varsity lacrosse player, and to educate the Haverford Township community about mental illness.

The event will begin at 10 am when the Haverford Blaze youth boys lacrosse teams will play until 3 pm, followed by the Haverford High School boys junior varsity lacrosse game at 3pm and the Haverford High School boys varsity game at 4:15 pm. Both the JV and varsity teams will play Unionville High School.

The day culminates with a Tailate Party after the varsity game (approximately 5:30 pm) featuring delicious food from Dos Gringos Food Truck which will contribute 10% of its proceeds from the day to the fundraising effort. Everyone is invited to come back after the games and join in the fun! (Thank you to Main Line Health for sponsoring the food truck!).

The schedule is:
10 AM – 2 PM: Haverford Blaze Youth Boys Lacrosse Games
3:00 PM: Haverford HS Boys JV Game
4:15 PM: Haverford HS vs. Unionville Boys Varsity Game

Throughout the day wrist bands and t-shirts will be available for sale to raise funds to support the Trent Stetler Memorial Fund. Additionally, the community can support the effort with cash donations at the event, along with online contributions.

More information about the day and the link to contribute can be found at

In addition to the scholarship in Trent’s memory, funds raised will support educational programs for the members of the Havertown community including speaking engagements provided by a local non-profit organization with a mission to provide mental health education to adolescents, teens and young adults, their parents, teachers and school administrators. Plans for informal seminars within the school district and at community venues are underway.

Directors thank you in advance for remembering Trent by supporting the scholarship in his name and increasing community awareness about mental health issues.

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