Championship rings are a classic, simple symbol that illustrates your team reached the Championship game and won it all. With the season just a few weeks away, here are a couple of incentives to keep you going through line drills. The four champions from last year all went with Jostens as their provider. Each championship team had blue as part of their school colors resulting in each team choosing a blue spinal stone for their centerpiece.
Juan Diego Soaring Eagle – 2012 Boys D-I Champions
Juan Diego went with a classic look. On the left side, the year appears twice, above and below the Juan Diego shield. On the right, the player name, number and the team record (17-2) are highlighted. The top features a JD logo on the stone. On the outside ring it says State Champions while the inside ring says Juan Diego Lacrosse.
Bingham Miners – 2012 Girls D-I Champions
The Miners ring features the year, Bingham shield and the initials BHS on the left side. The right side has the player name (Thanks Rachael Munk!), player number and record, a perfect 19-0. The top is a classic stone with State Champions written around it.
Mountain Crest Mustangs – 2012 Boys D-II Champions
The left side of the Mustangs ring feature the player name and number, a #1 on top of a cutout of the State of Utah and the position. The top features lacrosse sticks and a ball. The outer ring says State Champions with CZ diamonds. On the right side it says ‘Division II’ with a Mustang and the year, 2012.
Timpanogos Timberwolves – 2012 Girls D-II Champions
Last but not least, the Timpanogos girls ring. The left side features the player position, number and record, a perfect 15-0. The right side features the player name, a Timberwolf and the initials THS. The outer ring of the top says State Champions 2012.
A big shout out to Jostens, specially Jonny, Bryan and Kelly for helping me track down pictures. Be sure to give them a ‘ring’ when your team wins in 2013. A big thanks to Lori Munk for the pictures of the Bingham ring.