The Capital North Stars announce the DC area's first real Canadian Box Lacrosse Travel program. It is one of the first American box travel programs as well. Tryouts will start on Columbus Day, October 13, and are OPEN TO ALL PLAYERS FROM ANY field lacrosse club in Virginia, DC or Maryland. We want all field players, no matter what field program you play, to reap the massive benefits of playing box. You will become a better player overall by spring and have a lot of fun playing a new sport. North Stars players will compete in three box tournament during the winter and the local box league, the CBLL. See the incredible list of 'what players get' below if they make one of the four teams that are planned.
For complete details and to Register for Tryouts go here, WWW.MADLAX.COM/NORTHSTARS
There is no denying the fact that box lacrosse is popular right now especially after Canada dismantled Team USA in field lacrosse at the 2014 World Games in Denver. Every player on Team Canada has a box lacrosse background. Also just about every top D1, D2 and D3 NCAA team has amazing Canadians who have played more box than field lacrosse. Colleges are heavily recruiting players with box skills because they know how much it makes them a better field player.
The Capital North Stars will have experienced box coaches (see website for BIOS) teaching the box game properly. All players will be given and wear full proper box pads which are FAR MORE PROTECTIVE than outdoor pads. The Capital North Stars will play the game like the youth plays in Canada. No modifications to suit Americans. The true Canadian game is unique and has so many positive aspects that translates easily to the field game...ultimately making EVERY player better at field lacrosse.
Register today for tryouts and have a lot fun playing a new sport this winter! If you play you will be so much more prepared and so much better by the spring season that your coaches will be incredibly impressed!
We are treating this first ever box lacrosse program first class and professionally. Don't miss this incredible opportunity!
If you make a North Stars team you will receive ALL OF THE FOLLOWING for one price.
The Clippers used the Terra Linda high school connection to earn a well-deserved victory of the Arrows. Stuart Jennings controlled the majority of draws throughout the three periods while the offense developed with each repetition. Coach Klontz used “Baltimore” as the base play for the game, the players responded well and executed a number of fine plays over the last two periods. The entire team contributed, with Nick Dooley earning lots of praise for his continued development and ability to control loose balls.
Calvin Dines stepped into goal for the Mohawks and held his line splendidly the entire day. Isaiah Blomgren could not be stopped at the face-off X and in transition. His BTB goal through the opposing keeper’s legs was the highlight of the day. Art, Dylan, and Luke all had strong showings, erasing any doubt that the short bench of the Mohawks was a weak point. The Salmonbellies fought hard, and kept the game interesting but Coach Harlan could not find an answer to stifle the offensive domination by Coach Klontz’ side.
The Clippers used the exquisite goalie play of Adam Simon, allowing only six goals, to beat the Mohawks 7-6. Dominic Piombo didn’t seem to ever need a substitute for the Mohawks and played very well, giving his team the chance to win. Ian McKissick showed an incredible amount of grit, scooping countless loose-balls and created numerous 1-on-1 chances against goalie Simon. Adam Simon had Ian’s number most of the afternoon and saved 3 of 4 breakaway shots. These saves propelled the Clippers to their 1st win and they are now in control of their destiny!
All boys in southwestern Florida ages 8-18 should register for tryouts (if you are new to madlax) or for the fall 2014 season (if you are returner or current player). Returners do NOT have to pay for tryouts again in addition to season. Everyone must attend tryouts.
Tryout Information is found here, http://florida.madlax.com/gctryouts
Fall 2014 Season Details are found here, http://florida.madlax.com/floridafall14
Every team will attend 4 tournaments in state. All players are eligible to "guest play" with Madlax-Capital teams in northeast to gain more experience and/or recruiting exposure. Details are found here, http://florida.madlax.com/floridafall14
Email us with any questions about our program here, firstname.lastname@example.org
Play with Passion - Madlax Directors.
Do you want to get better? I really hope the answer is "YES!"
Every player no matter what the age or experience needs to keep working hard in the off-season to improve skills that will help them become the best.
Madlax has assembled outstanding coaches for these specialty and positional clinics that are held outdoors this fall in McLean area.
Register Today! www.madlax.com/fallclinics
Find pages for all 6 clinic option here, www.madlax.com/fallclinics
Click a CLinic for direct link to specific page.
Register today for tryouts (if you are new to Madlax) or for the fall league season (if you are areturner and played this summer) here, www.madlax.com/fall
Complete fall season schedule is found here, www.madlax.com/fall
Tryouts for boys entering 2nd through 12th grades will take place in August and September. Tryout details are shown on the site above as well. Madlax-Capital All-Stars is considered one of the best boys lacrosse clubs in the country based on college placement and success in tournament locally and nationally.
Here are some of the main reasons to join Madlax! Read more here.
Madlax-Capital Coaches and Directors are proud to announce the C.A.S.E. and MVP Team Awards for the summer season 2014. Go here, www.madlax.com/case to see the All-Time Awards going way back!
Congratulations to these players! Register for the fall season already here, www.madlax.com/fall
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|U9 Blue||Blake Carawan||Connor Pinto|
|U9 Orange||Drew Ambrose||Chris Matia|
|U11 Blue||Zachary Walsh||Reid Norton|
|U11 Orange||Jason Lach||Will McCulloch (offense), Will Matia (defense)|
|U13 Blue||Chase Calderon||Chris Clark|
|U13 Orange||Finlay MacKnight||Connor Shellenberger|
|U15 White||Dominic DiBenedetto||Kevin Jackson|
|U15 Blue||PJ Zinsner||Tim Saunders|
|U15 Orange||Maguire DiLenge||Ricky Miezan|
|2017 Blue||Jimmy Logan||Jordan Radoll|
|2017 Orange||Gavin Legg||Jack Peele|
|2016 Blue||Kaleb Hunter||Joe Neubauer|
|2016 Orange||Kyle Richbourg||Luke Strang|
|2015 Orange||Ryan McLaughlin||Fitz Reese|
The Madlax California HS Orange team took its first trip to the East Coast this summer with the FLG in 3D tournament. The team started play on Friday with an 7-4 win over the Looney's 2016 Green, a powerhouse club out of Baltimore.
On Saturday, they opened the day with a second win over the Predators 2016 out of Maryland and finished bracket play with an 11-8 loss to 3D Canada/America.
After the bracket play, the team was 2-1 and headed to a quarterfinal game against Eclispe. Unforutnatley, the team lost to Eclispe, the eventual 2016 champions, to bow out of the championship bracket.
However, on Sunday morning the team bounced back with a decisive and dominating win 9-7 over the Haymakers. It was a great weekend for Madlax California. The team showed great character and was paced by Team MVP Angelo Lagormarismo and C.A.S.E. award winner Cary Goeller.
"This group was incredible," said Head Coach Panchito Ojeda. "They played as a team. Very unselfish and focused on getting better and learning the game. Throughout the weekend they represented Madlax California and themsevles well. Each of these young men are getting better and poised to make a big impact with Madlax in the fall and their high schools next spring!"
The 2019 Madlax National team won the World Lacrosse Fesitval Championship in Denver, Co. this week, beating Denver Elite 5-4 in the semi-final to earn the championship berth. Team Madlax showed very impressive focus and IQ to pace the game versus NJ South, earning a 8-6 win!
Coach Maddux, Coach Boothe, and Coach Marriott kept the peddle to the metal the entire tournament; Madlax outscored their opponents 79-15 to garnish an 8-0 record.
The National Team was paced by goalie Tim Marcille, Faceoff man Rory Bracken, LSM/D Michael Grogan and attackman Taylor Musa, but the depth of talent was most impressive to the coaches.
Madlax-Cali's Todd Evans (attack) joined the National Team and coaches were impressed with his showing. Coach Marriott on Madlax-Cali's Todd Evans, "Todd proved to be a good finisher and potted several goals for us. stepping into a completely new team smoothly."
"All in all, the players, families and coaches had a great experience and will have memories that last a lifetime. It's truly incredible that players from different programs throughout the country can come together and accomplish such a great achievement," were Coach Marriott's words to wrap up a truly breathtaking run in Denver, Co. at the World Lacrosse Festival.