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Vail Lacrosse Shootout
The 41st Battle in the Vail Valley


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  2014 Men's Elite Champions  
2014 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Champions
On the Hop Nation/Lacrossewear

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  2014 Women's Elite Champions  
2014 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Champions
Team STX

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Clark Bell Pictures: Sunday, July 6th
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  Day 8 - Sunday, July 6th Report  

Another Vail Lacrosse Shootout is in the books, and, as always, it was a spectacular eight days at 8,000 feet. The men’s championship game featured a rematch of last year’s championship teams, On The Hop Nation/Lacrossewear and The Cage Goes All Out. This year, it was Lacrossewear’s turn to take home the first-place trophy after a 12-8 win. Team STX won yet another championship in a landslide victory over CRSLax.com in the Women’s Elite division.

2014 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Awards

Keeper of Lacrosse – Michelle Secor

Earl Bill – Gina Felt, Martin Thomas, Spencer Tiburcio

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Clark Bell Pictures: Saturday, July 5th
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  Day 7 - Saturday, July 5th Report  

There were some new teams and many new players competing at the Vail Lacrosse Shootout but one thing remains the same — Lacrosswear will square off against The Cage Goes All Out on Sunday in the men’s elite championship game in a rematch of last year’s final. Both teams won their semifinals contest on Saturday to clinch a spot to play for first place. Lacrosswear earned their spot first by rolling past Brine Elite, 23-13, before The Cage Goes All Out sealed a comeback win against The Big Green Herd, 14-12.

The Shootout hosted its first night game in thirty years at Homestake Peak between the Rock-it Pocket Pirates and the Israel National Team. The winners of the night game will face the Rocky Mountain Oysters in the Consolation Championship at Athletic Field Sunday morning. The Women’s Elite division had more luck with weather and was able to complete all of the games uninterrupted. The Women’s Elite championship will be between Team STX and Team CRSLax.com.

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Clark Bell Pictures: Friday, July 4th 
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  Day 6 - Friday, July 4th Report  

Happy 4th of July!

It was a sunny and exciting Fourth of July for the sixth day of the Vail Lacrosse Shootout. The Men’s and Women’s Elite divisions finished their second day. The Men’s division completed the quarter-final round of the tournament after four close games. The Women’s Elite division saw an exciting day until it was cut short due to weather.

Tomorrow’s games will decide who will go to the championships in both divisions. There is sure to be some great lacrosse in the second to last day of the Shootout.

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  2014 HS Girls Champions  
2014 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Champions
Team HLA

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Clark Bell Pictures: Thursday, July 3rd 
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  Day 5 - Thursday, July 3rd Report  

The fifth day of the Vail Lacrosse Shootout saw the end of the Girls’ High School division and the beginning of the Men’s and Women’s Elite divisions. Team HLA defeated Team 180 ’15 for the coveted championship spot in the Girls’ High School Gold Bracket, their third Vail Shootout Title in a row. Team Colorado was the Silver Bracket champion after prevailing over 3d Select Red.

The Men’s and Women’s Elite divisions will continue with bracket play and round-robin play, respectively. The Men’s quarter-final games are taking place at the Vail Athletic field and the Women will be back at Freedom Park in Edwards.

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Clark Bell: Wednesday, July 2nd 
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  2014 HS Boys Champions  
2014 Vail Lacrosse Shootout Champions
Baltimore Crabs

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  Day 4 - Wednesday, July 2nd Report  

The fourth day of the Vail Lacrosse Shootout saw the end of the Boys High School division and the semifinals for the Girls High School division. The Baltimore Crabs took the championship in the Boys’ division, yet again. The Crabs defeated Laxachusetts for the second year in a row, with both teams playing all out until the very end. Team HLA and Team 180 ‘15 won their respective semi-final games and will play tomorrow in the Championship at the Edwards field.

The Men’s and Women’s Elite divisions begin tomorrow with games being played at Edwards, Vail Athletic Field, and Vail Mountain School. Many of the usual suspects will be returning to compete with a few new international additions.

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Clark Bell Pictures: Tuesday, July 1st 
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  Day 3 - Tuesday, July 1st Report  

The third day of the 42nd Vail Lacrosse Shootout saw the high school division’s best rise to the top. On the boy’s side it’s a rematch of the 2013 Championship game as the Baltimore Crabs return to defend their title against the dangerous Laxachusetts.

In the U-19 Girl’s division, pool play wrapped up, Team HLA, who have won the last Shootout’s last three titles, went undefeated in the round-robin and will look to repeat as Gold Division champs.

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Clark Bell Pictures: Monday, June 30th 
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  Day 2 - Monday, June 30th Report  

The 2014 Vail Lacrosse Shootout moved on to its second day of action with games in the U-19 High School Boys and Girls divisions. The U-19 Girls tournament got started, with pool play at Freedom Park in Edwards, CO.
On the U-19 Boys side action moved to Athletic Field in Vail. The 2013 Shootout champions, the Baltimore Crabs, moved on to the final four, as did last year’s runners-up Laxachusetts. Joining them in the semi-finals, Midwest Select and FCA are strong teams, will be tough match-ups and should make for entertaining games.

The High School Boys Division I semi-final games will take place on Tuesday at Athletic with the games starting at 11:00am and 1:00pm. For the U-19 Girls, pool play will continue for the second day at Freedom Park.

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Clark Bell Pictures: Sunday, June 29th 
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  Day 1 - Sunday, June 29th Report  

Day one of the Vail Lacrosse Shootout kicked off with action in only one division. The Under 19 High School Boys division began with pool play to determine bracket seeding. The Baltimore Crabs, Laxachusetts, FCA, and Midwest took the top spots in their respective pools.

Tomorrow’s tournament play will expand to include both the High School Boys and Girls divisions. The Under 19 Boys will start their first day of bracket play. The Division 1 bracket games will be played at the Vail Athletic field, and the Division 2 games will be played at the Vail Mountain School. The Under 19 High School Girls tournament will also get started with all games being played at the Edwards fields.

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  Free Youth Lacrosse Clinic  

Saturday, July 5th
8:30 to 10:30am
Donovan Park in Vail
Boys ages 7 to 12

RSVP Today by Emailing: vaillaxinfo@comcast.net
Youth Clinic
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  The Shootout's Founding Fathers  
Elder Statesmen
Two Score & Two Years Ago: Jim Soran & Flip Naumburg

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Vail Lacrosse Shootout
2015 Schedule

Supermasters: June 27th to 30th
Grandmasters: June 27th to 30th
HS Boys: June 28th to July 1st
HS Girls: June 28th to July 1st  
Men’s Elite: July 2nd to 5th
Women’s Elite: July 2nd to 5th
Masters: July 3rd to 5th



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