Daily Archives: May 14, 2009

Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association Championship Tournament Scores: Chapman Men’s Lacrosse Defeats Simon Fraser 15-14



Brigham Young 8, Florida State 7
Chapman 15, Simon Fraser 14
Colorado 13, Minnesota – Duluth 10
Michigan 22, Sonoma State 6

MCLA 2009 Championship Dicks Denver

California High School Lacrosse Scores For May 13

LaxPowerHigh School Boys

CA Bellarmine Prep 13, Archbishop Mitty 8
CA Berkeley 12, University SF 5
CA Bishop’s School 9, Francis Parker 3
CA Carlsbad 9, Fallbrook 6
CA Clayton Valley 8, Las Lomas 6
CA Coronado 16, Patrick Henry 4
CA Foothill 11, Miramonte 7
CA Laguna Blanca 17, Ojai Valley 1
CA Menlo School 13, Menlo-Atherton 8
CA Midland School 8, Dunn School 7
CA Redwood 9, San Ramon Valley 8
CA San Marcos 7, Mount Carmel 5
CA Thacher School 16, Cate School 7

High School Girls

CA Amador Valley 13, Las Lomas 2
CA Canyon Crest Academy 14, La Jolla CDS 3
CA Foothill, Pleasanton 12, Davis 7
CA Redwood 15, Campolindo 3
CA San Ramon Valley 18, Granada 17 (2 OT)


Southern California Lacrosse Association Championship: Newbury Park Boys Lacrosse Defeats Thousand Oaks 8-7 To Win SCLA Championship

SCLA_LARGENewbury Park clinched the Southern California Lacrosse Association championship with an 8-7 overtime victory last weekend over host Thousand Oaks.

The largest crowd ever to witness an SCLA high school lacrosse game saw Newbury Park jump out to a 4-0 lead midway through the second quarter.

Thousand Oaks, playing in its first lacrosse game on its home field, battled back to tie the game at 7-7 at the end of regulation.

With 30 seconds remaining in the first overtime, Will Marinelli buried the game-winning shot to give Newbury Park its first SCLA title.

Marinelli and Mark Wood paced Newbury Park’s offense with two goals apiece.

Thousand Oaks’ Clay Venetis led the way for all scorers with three goals and two assists.

Following the game, Wood received the SCLA Player of the Year Award. Wood, a senior, will attend the Bridgton Academy in Maine for postgraduate studies where he will continue to play lacrosse for one of the country’s top prep school programs.

Thousand Oaks defenseman Josh Bounds was honored as the Scholar Athlete of the Year. Bounds will attend West Point this fall where he will play Division I lacrosse for Army.

Both teams earned a berth in the Southern California Regional Championships, which will be played this weekend at NPHS.

The first semifinal is Saturday at noon and features Thousand Oaks against Edison. The second semifinal takes place at 2:30 p.m. with Pasadena playing Newbury.

Semifinal winners will play in the regional title game at noon on Sunday at NPHS.

The regional champion and finalist earn the right to participate in the State High School Lacrosse Championships on May 30-31, also at NPHS.