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ULN Dispatch – 04.22.2015

High School

– The No. 1 ranked Park City girls beat No. 2 Brighton on Tuesday, 10-4. Recap
– Boys, JV (4/21/2015) | Pleasant Grove 12, American Fork 3 (User Submitted)
Pleasant Grove scores first and then took down American Fork by dominating the entire game.  AF’s Nolan Baird and Casey Olsen contributed to the final score and Goalie Pudge Belliston pulled out multiple unbelievable saves however this was not enough for a win.  Final score PG 12, AF 3.
– Boys, F/S (4/21/2015) | Park City 14, Olympus 1 (User Submitted)
Another nice win for the Park City FS Team. 14-1 vs Olympus at home. 10 Different players registered points on the day. PC’s Scoring leaders: Will McNamara (4g), Matt O’Brien (3g), Alec Olsen (1g 2a), Kyle Walterson (2g), Parker Burnham (1g 1a), Sam Addicott (2a), LSM Skylar Marsh (2a), Jonah Hall (1g), Ashton Todd (1g), John Luebbers (1g). Billy Honey went the distant between the pipes making 4 of 5 saves. As a team Park City had 35 shots on goal while only giving up 6 to their opponent. Olympus’ lone goal came from Campbell Kehl. Goalie Julian Headdan made 21 saves on the day, most coming at point blank.
– Boys: Syracuse beat Bonneville, 10-9 in double overtime. Erik Kapp scored the game-winning goal for the Titans.
– Boys: Spanish Fork beat Lehi, 12-7. Austin James had 3 goals and 2 assists while Payton Kimber had 4 goals for the Warriors. Lehi was led by Jordan Bursach (3 goals) and Andre Chapman (2 goals, 1 assist).
– Boys: Lone Peak beat Timpanogos, 20-2. Josh Stout had 5 goals and 4 assists for the Knights.
– Boys: Copper Hills beat West, 15-0. Tanner Skadburg had 4 goals and 2 assists to lead the Grizzlies.
– Be sure to check out The Lacrosse Box boys and girls coaches polls!
– The Utah Chapter has announced tryout dates for the U-15 National Teams. If you are a boy or girl born on or before 9/1/1999, you are eligible to tryout for these teams. More information here.
– The Juan Diego boys team used donations from the 2014 semi-finals to give a $1,000 check to Continue Mission, a group that helps military veterans. Learn more here.
– Jace Miller (American Fork) and Skye Rust (Lone Peak) won the Week 7 Storm Lacrosse Player of the Week award. Submit your nomination for this week here.
– Be sure to check out the Utah lacrosse review in the Deseret News.
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MCLA
– Westminster beat UVU on Tuesday, 20-7. Recap
– Utah State will host Utah today at 7:00pm in Logan.
– On Saturday, BYU will host Utah at 7:00pm.
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