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L.I. Jesters to vie for NXTsports Phila. Indoor Lacrosse Championship

Friday, 8th February 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, Club, High school, Youth, Posted 2/8/13
From Press Release

The third annual Philadelphia Indoor Lacrosse Championships are all set for this weekend at the SportsPlex in Feasterville, PA. The PILC has emerged as the largest all box lacrosse high school and youth tournament in the nation.

The High School AA Division features the Long Island Jesters.

The competition will be fiercer than ever, especially in the High School AA Championship division as twelve teams hailing from five states and Canada fight to follow the footsteps of past champions Low and Away Lacrosse Club (2010) and Duxbury, MA (2011) and get their names engraved on the Philly Indoor Cup.

Hardware Up for Grabs at this Weekend's PILC

Hardware up for grabs at this weekend’s PILC

Said Robin Baxter, Director of NXTevents, “We are thrilled by the response to this tournament. We are completely full at each age division, and can’t wait for this weekend to welcome everyone to the third-annual PILC.”

The PILC will also feature an educational component led by the American Indoor Lacrosse Association (“AILA”), who serve as the Official Educational Partner of the PILC. The AILA, under the on-field direction of Johnny Mouradian and Steve Holmes, is dedicated to educating and training athletes of all ages to help improve their lacrosse skills through high-quality indoor lacrosse programming.

As Official Educational Partner of the PILC, Philadelphia Wings GM/Head Coach and AILA President/CEO Johnny Mouradian will lead a special free clinic for all players during the day on Saturday. Wings Assistant Captain Brett Manney will be running a free clinic for participants on Sunday. The AILA is additionally supporting the tournament by providing goals, shot clocks and high-quality box goalie equipment for the athletes.

2013 PILC Schedules: 5/6th, 7/8th, HS A, HS AA

2013 PILC Participating Teams:

High School AA Division
1. Everest Academy (Ontario, Canada)
2. HEADstrong (PA)
3. Jags (PA)
4. Laxachusetts (MA)
5. Leading Edge South (NJ)
6. Long Island Jesters (NY)
7. Mesa Fresh 2016 (PA)
8. NXT 2014 (PA)
9. NXT 2015 (PA)
10. St. Augustine Prep (NJ)
11. Washington Generals (VA)
12. Boro Pride (NJ)

High School A Division
1. Bandits L.C. (PA)
2. DLT/Pro Box (NY)
3. Jags (PA)
4. Laxachusetts (MA)
5. Leading Edge Elite (NJ)
6. Leading Edge South (NJ)
8. NXT 2016 (PA)
9. Penncrest (PA)
10. Shipley (PA)
11. T-REF Tomahawks (PA)
12. St. Augustine Prep (NJ)

7th/8th Grade Youth Division
1. Bandits L.C. (PA)
2. BYC (PA)
3. Freedom (PA)
4. Boro Pride (NJ)
5. Leading Edge 2017 (NJ)
6. Leading Edge 2018 (NJ)
7. Leading Edge South Red (NJ)
8. Leading Edge South White (NJ)
9. Patriot White (NJ)
10. Patriot Blue (NJ)
11. Top Side (NY)
12. Washington Generals (VA)

5th/6th grade Youth Division
1. AIL Junior Wings (PA)
2. Bandits L.C. (PA)
3. Boro Pride (NJ)
4. Washington Generals (VA)
5. Leading Edge 5/6 B (NJ)
6. Leading Edge South (NJ)
7. Patriot Red (NJ)
8. Patriot White (NJ)
9. Rising Sons 2020 (NJ)
10. South Jersey Black Storm (NJ)
11. Trashcan (PA)
12. North of the Border (NY)


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