Madlax-Capital 2018 and 2019 All-Stars Teams beat four West Coast Starz Teams today in four close and hard fought games. Madlax 2018 played two very talented 2018 WSC teams and Madlax 2019 played two different 2019 WSC teams. WCS are all-star team comprided of players from 12 western states. It was a great day of lacrosse in 85 degrees at Landon School in DC. Congrats on the quality wins, Madlax!
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Madlax-Capital All-Stars 2018 and 2019 Teams will battle four West Coast Starz 2018 & 2019 Teams who are traveling in from California to play in these rivalry games.
West Coast Straz are an all-star team comprised of some of the top players from 15 western states and Canada.
The games should be some of the best 7th and 8th grade lacrosse in the country so be sure to come watch.
All games are held at Landon School in Bethesda between 10am-2pm. Come cheer on the East Coast Teams!!!
The Summer 2014 Tournament Schedule for all Madlax-Capital All-Stars Teams has been changed and updated and posted.
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Madlax U15AAA beat the Crabs 2018 team 10-9 in OT in 35 degress and adriving rain storm. Joey Epstein beat his defender to his right on shot in the top right corner on a front swing dodge from X to finish with a hat trick. Connor Jacoby had 2 goals and 1 assist and Zach Johnsona and Ricky Meizan each had 1 goal and an assist to pace the offense. Spencer Allston and Sam Novak and Kyle Greenfelder started and played the entire game at close and protected Matt Ciafre who had 5 saves.
The MVP of the game was FOGO, Andrew Tyeryar (pictured), who went 16 of 22 and controlled face-offs and pssession all game. Sam Novak led the team with 6 Ground Balls but Zach Johnson had 5 GB's and Connor McCulloch had 4 GB's to lead that important stat on a day when it was hard to pass and catch.
U15AAA hosts a strong Baltimore Breakers team Sunday in Leesburg, VA!
MADLAX-Florida All-Star, Matt Hobden, scores 4 goals against St Thomas Aquinas last Friday night as Barron Colllier wins 10-6.
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All 2015-2018 Madlax All-Stars from Capital, Florida and California Regional Programs should apply for FREE now to play in one or both of these exciting new Recruiting Showcases. NCAA D1, D2, D3 coaches will be on hand scouting you up close inan intimate setting. Both will occur this coming summer 2014.
MADLAX ALL-STARS DO NOT NEED A COACHES RECOMMENDATION.
You will NOT be invited officially until you apply so please apply today (again for free)!
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EAST COAST RECRUITING SHOWCASE
July 25 in the Washington DC Are
PLATINUM PROSPECTS WEST COAST SHOWCASE
June 7-8 in San Francisco Bay Area
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Madlax-Florida Expands to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Partnership with East Broward Bull Sharks Youth League Enhances Lacrosse in Tri-County Area.
McLean, VA. March 4, 2014 – Madlax, Inc. announced a new lacrosse program in southeast Florida and a partnership with the East Broward Bull Sharks Youth League today further enhancing its well-known national lacrosse all-star program and brand while helping grow the quality of the game of lacrosse nationally. Madlax-Florida, which currently operates lacrosse programs in southwest Florida, will expand operations to the greater Fort Lauderdale area with the intention of drawing boys ages 7-18 from the entire Tri-County region (Palm Beach, Miami-Dade, Broward). The new program will be called Madlax-SoFlo to differentiate itself from the existing Madlax-Florida program. Madlax-SoFlo joins Madlax-Capital, Madlax-Florida and Madlax-California as regional lacrosse efforts that make up the Madlax National All-Star Program.
Madlax-SoFlo All-Stars are now able to ‘guest play’ anytime on any Madlax All-Star Teams and the top SoFlo players can be nominated and play for Madlax National Teams, considered some of the most competitive teams in the US. SoFlo players can guest play with Madlax-Florida in state tournaments or travel to the DC area and guest play on Madlax-Capital teams in the summer and fall. It is widely known that lacrosse is exploding on the southeast coast of Florida and there are many talented players so it makes perfect sense for Madlax-Florida to take its brand and expertise to the area so it can teach the more talented boys and give them opportunities they may not have ever had before. Madlax-Florida plans to create new camps and clinics in the Fort Lauderdale region. Madlax-Florida already runs a tournament called the Gulf Coast Classic, which the SoFlo will attend as well.
David Scully, the East Broward Bull Sharks Youth President, adds, “The East Broward Bull Sharks are proud to be affiliated with Madlax and specifically its new team Madlax–SoFlo. Madlax has a reputation of providing its players with the best opportunity to grow as both young men and lacrosse players. We anticipate this partnership to be beneficial for everyone involved–East Broward Bull Sharks, Madlax and the Tri-County lacrosse community.”
Madlax Founder, Cabell Maddux, inserts, “We want to foster a positive relationship with the Bull Sharks directors and coaches in this new and exciting partnership. David has started a great youth program and we hope to guide him and his staff so they can elevate the level of lacrosse and grow the sheer quantity of players in the Fort Lauderdale community. Madlax will share our resources; trained coaches and carefully scripted practice plans that have meaningful and fun drills, an up-tempo teaching style and our CASE initiative all worked in. This approach will improve the rate at which skills improves in boys. I have seen it work in the DC area and it has been an advantage for Madlax-Capital players and soon will be so for Madlax-SoFlo.”
Trent Carter, Madlax-Florida Co-Founder and Director will also lead the SoFlo program. Trent is the head coach at Barron Collier, a top 10 boys varsity program in the state of Florida out of Naples. A former standout at Boys Latin High School in Baltimore and 2-time National Champion at Hobart College, he is recognized as one of the best coaches in the state compiling a 34-8 record in just over two seasons. “I am excited to expand the Madlax brand to the East Coast of Florida. Our model is unique enabling our players to play on various levels of Madlax teams up north as well as the opportunity to be nominated for our National Team. We truly cover the different skill sets and desires of each individual player in a unified model. “
Trent Carter and Cabell Maddux have a vision to grow the quality of lacrosse in Florida and want to share their passion for the game with the youth in the state. Through all-star travel teams, clinics, camps and tournaments boys will get better and have fun. They will learn to ‘do the right thing’ on and off the field and that point is driven home as their unique C.A.S.E. program proves.
David Scully comments, “The passion that the Madlax staff has for youth lacrosse is second to none. As a member of the Madlax lacrosse family, you know that the coaches will do everything that they can to make you a better lacrosse player on the field and a better person off the field. This is one of the tenets of the East Broward Bull Sharks – be great on the field as well as off the field. The partnership seemed like a natural fit, and we are looking forward to the benefits of the relationship.”
As athletes in the Tri-County area take up the sport they will now have an incredible opportunity to elevate their game through Madlax-SoFlo. Tryouts in the upcoming weeks will mark the official start of this new all-star travel program. Interested players and parents should visit www.Madlax.com/florida and register for tryouts today. Teams will compete in 2-4 tournaments the summer of 2014 and grow as the region allows. It is all exciting and a great time to be a boy between ages 7-18 in southeast Florida.
David Scully finishes, “The recent growth of lacrosse in Florida, specifically in Broward County, has been astronomical. As more and more high schools in the area begin to offer lacrosse as a varsity sport, it only makes sense to provide the boys in the area with the proper tools to flourish in the sport. Madlax provides the right environment for the boys to grow as lacrosse players so they can flourish at the next level.”
Since 1996 Madlax, headquartered in McLean, Virginia outside Washington, DC, has been one of the nation’s premier lacrosse companies. Madlax is a comprehensive elite lacrosse and character building program for boys ages 5-18. Madlax manages 6 tournaments and 2 Showcases annually across the country. Madlax Directors, coaches and leaders emphasize the unique CASE initiative (Character, Attitude, Success, Effort) throughout specific aspects of our programs. Madlax is committed to developing players through clinics, camps, tournaments and travel all-stars teams throughout the world. Madlax offers boys from Virginia, DC, Maryland, Florida, California, Texas and Canada the opportunity to travel and play at an elite level in the most prestigious recruiting tournaments each year. Madlax has placed over 375 players in to US college programs since establishing the club in 1999. Madlax also operates a lacrosse specialty store in McLean, VA, an online superstore, madlaxshop.com and owns the private apparel label, MadGear, which produces the nationally popular MadGear Shorts.
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Junior Elite Finals
The Junior Elite final was a heated grudge match and rematch from Tuesday's barn burner at the Dulles Sportsplex. Both Team 5 and Team 6 exchanged goals for most of the first half. Team 6 controlled most of the face-offs in the first half, and was able to capitalize on their offensive chances giving them a small lead heading into the final stretch. Team 5 roared back into the game in the second half with multiple unanswered goals. Ultimately, Team 5's momentum late in the game carried through to the end as they won 15-11 and were crowned Junior Elite CBLL Champions!
Junior Elite All-Star Game
In an action packed, talent filled match, the Junior Elite All-Star Game was and exciting game to watch from start to finish. In a back-and-forth game there was no shortage of creative passing plays, big hits and eye-popping goals. Many players performed valiantly and made strong cases for MVP candidacy. Taylor Musa, of Team White, stood out the most tallying 6 goals and 1 assist. Taylor was presented with a brand new Warrior Evo head as a prize for his MVP performance.