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Utah Sends 13 Players to Boston With Brady's Bunch

Several players from Utah joined up with Brady’s Bunch last weekend at the Harvard Crimson Lax Fall Classic in Boston, Massachusetts.
In the 2014 age group, Logan Lund (Brighton), Ian Kadish (Skyline), Parker Carson (Juan Diego) and Carson Dutkanych (Park City) represented Utah well playing for the 2014 Brady’s Team. The team lost all 3 of their games but Lund had a goal and Kadish had 2 goals.

Logan Lund, Ian Kadish, Parker Carson
Logan Lund, Ian Kadish, Parker Carson
The 2015 age group had seven Utah players representing the state. Cole Parkinson (Alta), Garrett Michaeli (Alta), Kolton Atkinson (Park City), Chad Merrick (Park City), Quinton Mathie (Brighton), Jace Babka (Jordan) and Nathan Wade (Skyline) played well at the event.
The 2016 age group featured Justin Desautels (Waterford), Jackson Burton (Park City) and Lane Kadish (Skyline).
The 2015/2016 had two teams, BStrong and Believe. The Believe team went 2-1 on the and BStrong lost all three of their games.
Tom DeMaio, Program Director for the Bunch said, “We had 13 Utah players with our 83 kids who hailed from all over the country. They all played really well and represented both UT and the West both on and of the field.”
The Brady’s Bunch is a club team who plays for Brady Wein, the son of Founder Mike Wein. Brady has battled acute myelogenous leukemia for more than 3 years. As they travel the country, they focus on raising awareness about child cancer and preach ‘Be Strong and Believe’.
“It is amazing how far these kids and have come in the short time that I have known them as players and the Bunch is excited to have the Utah families as part of our family,” said DeMaio.
For more information, please visit: www.bradysbunchlacrosse.com
Pictures courtesy of Tony Parkinson

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