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Lady Dragons Lacrosse Win Championship

Apr 30, 2013 12:59PM ● Published by tina

Submitted by Jim Van den Dyssel

7/8 Lady Dragons take down top two seeds and win League Championship

Going into the playoffs as the #4 seed, the 7/8 Lady Dragons Lacrosse team were relishing their underdog role.  Their first hurdle on the championship road was a seminfinal match in the challenging environment of Highlander Stadium.  By the time the night was over, the Lady Dragons had upset the top-seeded Highland Park team to claim a 12-9 victory.

That victory placed them in the Championship game against #2 seeded Keller just 18 hours later.  The Lady Dragons successfully defended their home North Park field and earned a 14-9 victory and the North Texas Youth Lacrosse League Championship.

The Lady Dragons are coached by Sam Miocic, Pete and Kris Lothes.

Southlake Carroll Lacrosse AssociationLacrosse is the fastest-growing participatory sport in North Texas.  The Southlake Carroll Lacrosse Association has over 450 families in their program. Players range from 1st grade to High School with both boy's and girl's programs.  For more information please see Southlake Carroll Lacrosse Association. 

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