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ULN Dispatch 5.9.2016

Play offs start this week for both Boys and Girls High School.  Are you ready for the action?
Don’t forget to enter our bracket challenges for each Class:
Boys Class A
Boys Class B
Boys Class C
Girls Class A
Girls Class B
The University of Utah Utes rallied past the Loyola Greyhounds on Friday in the WCLA semifinals.  They beat the Greyhounds 11-4.
They went on to play the Denver Pioneers in the Championship game and lost in Overtime, 11-10.  Congrats to the Utes on an amazing season!
The MCLA tournament starts today! BYU will take on Oregon State at 8:15pm. The game is streamed live on
Utah natives Casey Rose and Zack Franckowiak, who are Freshmen for Rutgers University, faced off against Maryland Saturday in the Big 10 Championship.  Rutgers fell to Maryland 14-8.  Rose and Franckowiak both had an assist each.  RECAP
Westminster beat to Rockhurst in the RMAC Semifinals, 16-11.  This was the 3rd time they faced Rockhurst this season and the third time they have beat them.  Josh Holland led the Griffins again with with 5 goals.  Blake Bruner and Cole Flinders each had a hat trick for Westminster.  RECAP
The Griffins went on to face Colorado Mesa in the RMAC Championship game and lost, 8-6.  This was Westminster’s first season in the RMAC in the NCAA DII level.  The Griffin’s season ended with a final record of 9-3.  RECAP
The Battle of the Miners commenced in Park City this weekend, with Park City hosting Bingham.  Bingham gained a key win late in the season against Park City, 7-6.  Of the 7 goals Bingham scored, 6 of them came from different players.
Logan topped Davis, 14-8.  Brandon Dodd led Logan with 6 goals and 5 assist.  At the X, Hunter Horsley won 61% of the face offs he took.
Davis beat rival Viewmont in Overtime, 7-6.  Aimee Bowen of Davis controlled the X by winning 57% of the face offs she took.   Davis Goalie Camrie Gray coming up huge with 57% save percentage.
Herriman topped Corner Canyon in a decisive victory, 18-7.  Herriman’s offensive efforts were led by Allie Lambert and Aleksa Allen, who had 8 goals and 5 goals respectively.
Yesterday was the NCAA Selection Sunday for the Championship brackets.  Check out Inside Lacrosse for the Mens and Womens brackets.  Where did your team land?

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