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Southern California High School Boys Club Lacrosse: San Diego Laxdawgs Defeated 101 Starz In 2010 Starz Lacrosse Elite Championship On Aug. 7


 

Elite Final: San Diego Laxdawgs vs. 101 Starz

(From InsideLacrosse.com article)

Lax Dawgs Elite Brown - 2010 Starz Lacrosse Elite Champions

In the late-day finals the Elite match-up was one of the most highly-anticipated games of the day. The Laxdawgs are playing as the two seed today after losing to a talented SD Shredderz team last week in Regional Starz Cup finals. The “Redeem Team” has its sights set at the top of the podium as the “Creehan” coaching tandem (Dan Meehan/John Chrismer) is ready to get them there. The 101 Starz coached by Geoff Seobold, have excelled in the Starz Cup playoffs, having moved into the finals over the #1 seeded SD Shredderz in the previous semi-final bout. 101 storms out of the gate, winning the opening draw but turns the ball right over the Laxdawgs. The Laxdawgs follow suit, and immediately turn the ball over on a botched clear as 101 attackmen Grant Consoletti (Oak Park 12’) wastes no time in scoring first. 101 again regains possession off the draw, as attackmen Camron Chupp (Grace Brethren 11’) strikes again on an unassisted topside effort making the score 2- nil in the way of 101. Hungry for a goal, Laxdawgs close defender Billy Schmitt ( Coronado 11’) makes a great play on defense stripping his man, and bringing the ball up through transition. The Laxdawgs are in the hunt for the icebreaker goal as Kyle Runyon (Coronado 11’) makes a great move from X, driving the left side and taking a jump shot over his defender that sails wide. The Laxdawgs retain possession working the ball up to midfielder Warren Brody (Francis Parker 11’) who shakes his defender cleanly on a left-to-right split from X but is promptly stuffed on a doorstep attempt. Again on defense, the Laxdawgs are called for a 30 second holding penalty, as 101 works the ball around in the first extra-man opportunity of the day. Luke Hegeman (Westlake 12’) absolutely tattoos the top shelf with a lefty-laser from outside putting 101 up 3-0. Needing a spark, Laxdawgs’ midfielder Warren Brody again splits from X, feeding the crease for the first Laxdawg goal of the day. After some sloppy play on the ensuing possessions, Laxdawgs regain possession and midfielder Chris Banks (Coronado 11’) creates a spectacular dodge from the left wing, face-dodging through two 101 defenders to score low bringing the Laxdawgs within 1 goal. The Laxdawgs win the draw thanks to some fine FOGOing by Patrick Butler (La Jolla Country Day 11’) as Zack Rice (Patrick Henry 11’) capitalizes off a great look from Sergio Flores (Coronado 11’). It’s 3-3 at the half, as I make my way to the adjacent field to catch the second half of the middle school finals.

Final Score: Laxdawgs 8, 101 Starz 4

For more:  http://insidelacrosse.com/blog/2010/08/11/starz-lacrosse-socal-cup-2010

Southern California Boys Club Lacrosse: Starz Cup Championship Playoffs Featured Southbay Starz Defeating 101 Starz 10-4 In North Division Action


In Starz Cup North action, South Bay (on left, in blue) rolled into the finals and beat 101 Starz 10-4. Photo by LaxBuzz

What a great weekend of Starz Lacrosse! After much anticipation, the Regional Starz Cup transpired over the weekend for the Elite, High School and Youth divisions as teams duked it out in SoCal.
      Up North at El Segundo in opening Elite play, the #7 ranked OC Crush pulled a big upset, winning their opening round game against the #2 Renegades. Building off a solid regular season, 101 Starz upset a talented OC Starz Driggs team to move into the semi-finals against the Crush. The Crush nearly pulled another upset, but loss in a close battle to 101, who moved into the Championship. South Bay also had a tough road to the championship, winning against Olympian and Olympian Tesoro before making it to the title game. In the Championship, South Bay outlasted 101 winning by a 10-4 count.  
      Down South at Del Norte in more Elite action, the defending champion Laxdawg Brown squad defeated the SB Rattlers in a tight 6-4 match before having to face their Laxdawg Royal counterparts in the semi-finals. The Laxdawgs Brown would prevail 9-3 in the semi-finals, punching a ticket to the SoCal Cup, and Regional Championship game winning over Laxdawgs Royal. On the other side of the playoff bracket, the #2 seeded SD Shredderz eased past their first round matchup before meeting the Del Mar Bears in the semi-finals. After battling back and forth, the Shredderz triumphed late in the fourth quarter against Del Mar with a last minute goal. In a marquee #1 vs. #2 Elite final, the SD Shredderz dominated straight off the bat, upending the 5-time defending champs by a 6-4 count.
        In the High School division, the Northern bracket was the largest of the Cup, featuring 14 teams ready to battle it out for a shot at the title. The SC Starz and OC Crush each won their opening round bouts, while the OC Starz Hafner upset their first round bid against the Renegades Red. The #1 seeded Dino Lax easily advanced past their opening round game, but ran into trouble in the semi-finals against a formidable SC Starz team who then advanced to the finals after a 8-4 victory. On the other end of the bracket, the OC Crush prevailed through the quarterfinals against a tough Olympian Black team to move into the semi-finals. The OC Crush rolled through the semi-finals and title game, posting up a combined 22 goals and taking home the North Regional Starz Cup.
        In the South, nine High School teams converged on the fields at Del Norte this past Saturday. Top seeded Del Mar cruised through their opening round game, before meeting a tough Laxdawgs team in the semi-finals. Despite being down 2-0 at half, Del Mar battled back, winning a 4-3 defensive battle. Quad Cites was turning heads on field two, as Travis Begay and Curtis Filmores’ squad strove past a tough RC Starz team 4-3, before taking the title game against Del Mar by a 9-5 count.

Southern California Boys Club Lacrosse: 2010 Summer Starz Cup Jamboree Lacrosse League Began Play On June 19


The summer season is finally upon us! Jamboree play wrapped up this past Sunday as the first Cup Jamborees are officially now in the books. Stay tuned with us as the rankings begin to shake out in the upcoming weeks, as the quest for the Starz Cup and glory ensues. Be

In first weekend Starz Cup Lacrosse play, 101 Starz Elite (in dark uniform) defeated OC Crush Black Elite (OC Crush defenseman Connor Cummins defending above). Photo by LaxBuzz.

sure to become a fan of Starz on Facebook and Twitter, for your chance to win some free gear!

       Up North in the Elite division, Coach Drigg’s OC Starz squad, and the Renegades both emerged undefeated in opening weekend play. In High School play, 101 Hollywood came out firing as well on opening weekend, going 2-0 Saturday in El Segundo. Dino Lax, SC Starz, and OC Starz Hafner also remain in exclusive company, collectively going 6-0.Both OC Starz Grubert and Wilhelm are off to a great start in Middle School play, as did the  101 Starz and OP Starz in LA. In Youth action, OC Gaynor and OC Starz Arkinson remain standing standing.

        Down South, the defending Cup champion Laxdawgs Brown team picked up where they left off in the Elite divison, going 2-0 on the day as did southern rivals SD Shredderz. In High School action, both Quad Cities Black and Red squads remain unbeaten, as QC remains the only undefeated club in the division. The defending champion RC Silver looks to dominate in the Middle School division, while their Youth counterparts remain undefeated also.

    Stay tuned next weekend as rankings begin to shake out. Also, as Cup play continues, we will give away a free lacrosse head to our Facebook fan that uploads the best Jamboree picture from each weekend! Be sure to submit your pictures today.

Southern California Club Lacrosse: 101 Starz Lacrosse 3rd/4th Grade Boys Team Wins 2009 Starz Lacrosse Cup “Mini” Division


The boys 3rd/4th grade lacrosse all-star team of 101 Starz Lacrosse won the Southern California championship Summer Starz Cup 2009 on Saturday in El Segundo. They beat a challenging Orange County all star team of Olympian O'Rouke in a neck and neck game. The final score was 7-6. With the coaching of Newbury High School assistant coach, Aaron Ferguson, Newbury Park's 3rd/4th team coach, Chris Duffy and University of Arizona lacrosse star, Mike Cammorata, the team was undefeated for the entire season. The 101 Starz team racked up nearly 60 goals in just 8 games. 101 Starz players are from Newbury Park, Oak Park, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, and Westlake Village.

The boys 3rd/4th grade lacrosse all-star team of 101 Starz Lacrosse won the Southern California championship Summer Starz Cup 2009 on Saturday in El Segundo. They beat a challenging Orange County all star team of Olympian O'Rouke in a neck and neck game. The final score was 7-6. With the coaching of Newbury High School assistant coach, Aaron Ferguson, Newbury Park's 3rd/4th team coach, Chris Duffy and University of Arizona lacrosse star, Mike Cammorata, the team was undefeated for the entire season. The 101 Starz team racked up nearly 60 goals in just 8 games. 101 Starz players are from Newbury Park, Oak Park, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, and Westlake Village.

 http://www.venturacountystar.com/news/2009/jul/28/lacrosse-boys-are-quotstarzquot-of-the-conejo/