LAKE PLACID - The qualifying rounds in the scholastic divisions wrapped up and the championship rounds got underway Tuesday at the 25th annual Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic, setting the stage for the seven championships to be held today.
In the Boys U19 division, 3d New England College Prep and the Baltimore Crabs will meet at noon at the North Elba Town fields. In what could be the most anticipated matchup so far at this year's Summit Classic, each of these undefeated teams has yet to allow 10 goals in a game. 3d New England (4-0) has outscored its competition 44-21, while the Baltimore Crabs (4-0) hold a scoring margin of 35 to 21.
The Boys U18 Gold division title game will feature the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) National Team and Rochester-based SweetLax with a scheduled start time of 1:10 p.m. The FCA 2016 squad and the Long Island Outlaws will face-off to decide the Boys U18 Silver champion today at 10:30 a.m.
The Tri-Lakes Lacrosse team faced off today at 8:30 a.m. against the Spencerport Rangers for a shot at placing in the under-18 Silver Division of the Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic. Tri-Lakes won its opener of the tournament Monday (pictured) against the IAS Catamounts then beat Blaze Orange Elite, before dropping its next two games Tuesday.
(Enterprise photo — Morgan Ryan)
An Ithaca Varsity attacker looks for an opening against the Crabs U18 team during Monday’s pool play game at the North Elba Town fields in Lake Placid. The Crabs won the game 13-1.
(Enterprise photo — Morgan Ryan)
The Boys U15 division championship is scheduled for 1:10 p.m. today and pits the Long Island Express Orange team against SweetLax's U15 squad.
The product of a round-robin championship format, the Girls 2015-2017A title features FCA and Mass Elite Red facing off at noon. The Girls 2015-2017B division crown will be decided at 10:50 a.m. when the Salt City Snipers out of Central New York take on the Lady Eagles from Long Island.
In the Girls 2018-2019 division, the Salt City Snipers will take on fellow Central New York program Orange Crush at 9:40 a.m.
The Tri-Lakes Lacrosse team were set to face the Spencerport Rangers today at 8:30 a.m. in the fifth- to eight-place bracket. Tri-Lakes went 2-0 on Monday with wins over the IAS Catamounts and Blze Orange Elite. The local team came back Tuesday with a 12-0 loss to FCA Lacrosse 2016's and a 12-7 defeat to Fighting 4 2016.
Below are the standings for each of the seven scholastic divisions through Tuesday evening. Visit LakePlacidLax.com for up-to-the-minute scores and standings updates.
|Long Island Express 2017 Orange||4-0|
|Cold Brook Laxers U15||3-1|
|Long Island Express 2018 Terps||3-1|
|Long Island Outlaws 2017||3-1|
|Albany Power U15 Gold||2-2|
|Blaze Rising Sophs||2-2|
|Academy Mortgage U15||1-3|
|Fighting Four U15||1-3|
|Clarence Red Devils||0-4|
|Boys U18 Gold|
|Be The Best||3-1|
|LB3 National Team||3-1|
|Blaze Elite Blue||2-2|
|Cold Brook Laxers||2-2|
|BLA Team Buffalo U18||2-2|
|FLG Committed Team||2-2|
|Long Island Outlaws 2015||1-3|
|Team IAS Breakaway||1-3|
|Shoreham Wading River||1-3|
|Albany Power U18 Gold||1-3|
|Boys U18 Silver|
|Long Island Outlaws 2016||4-0|
|Rocky Point Swag||3-1|
|Bar Down U18||3-1|
|Fighting Four 2016||3-1|
|New England Elite Black||2-2|
|Team IAS Cougars||2-2|
|Blaze Elite Orange||2-2|
|Western Royals U17||1-3|
|Team IAS Catamounts||0-4|
|3d New England College Prep||4-0|
|Patriot Lacrosse U19||4-1|
|Ithaca U19 Skunks||3-1|
|Baltimore Breakers 2014||2-2|
|Cold Brook Laxers U19||2-2|
|BLA Team Buffalo U19||1-3|
|Titanium Elite 2014||1-4|
|Bar Down U19||0-4|
|Mass Elite Red||4-0|
|Team IAS U18 Lady Catamounts||1-3|
|Star Riders Red||0-4|
|Salt City Snipers||3-1|
|Dazzling Divas 2017s||3-1|
|Mass Elite White 2016/2017||3-1|
|Common Goal 2017 Silver||2-2|
|IAS Lady Jaguars||1-3|
|Salt City Snipers 2018-2019||4-0|
|Common Goal 2019 Orange||3-1|
|Long Island Lady Warriors||2-2|
|The Storm Lacrosse||1-3|
|Lady Eagles 2018-2019||0-4|