NCHSAA 2019 Lacrosse State Championships scheduled for this weekend

Posted by Press Release on May 15, 2019 at 8:43 pm under High School | Be the First to Comment

CHAPEL HILL – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) announced the schedule and pairings for the 2019 NCHSAA Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Championships. The Championships will be played on Field 2 at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, just behind the main stadium.

The 1A/2A/3A Combined Men’s Championship will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, May 17th. Eastern Regional Champions, Chapel Hill (16-3), against the Western Regional Champions, Weddington (15-1). Weddington is the defending champion, with championships in 2017 and 2018. Chapel Hill is making their first appearance in the NCHSAA Lacrosse State Championship Game.

The 4A Men’s Championship will be contested at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 18th. The game will feature Cardinal Gibbons (17-4) and Ardrey Kell (20-2). Cardinal Gibbons men have appeared in the NCHSAA Lacrosse State Championship game on four previous occasions, winning three championships from 2014 through 2016. Ardrey Kell has never appeared in the Men’s Lacrosse State Championship Game.

The Open Division Women’s Championship will follow shortly after the 4A Men’s Championship. The game is expected to start around 2:00 p.m. and it will feature Cardinal Gibbons (17-3) and Charlotte Catholic (17-4). The Cardinal Gibbons women are making their fifth straight appearance in the NCHSAA Women’s Lacrosse State Championship Game. The Crusaders have claimed three straight titles dating back to 2016. Charlotte Catholic has appeared in four NCHSAA Women’s Lacrosse State Championships, most recently in 2014, and have won two State Titles.

Women’s Lacrosse State Champions & MVP’s
2010 – Charlotte Catholic 12, Hoggard 11 – MVP: Bridget Hogan, Charlotte Catholic
2011 – Apex 24, Myers Park 3 – MVP: Cawley Bromley, Apex
2012 – Green Hope 17, Charlotte Catholic 6 – MVP: Maggie Auslander, Green Hope
2013 – East Chapel Hill 15, Charlotte Catholic 13 – MVP: Sydney Holman, East Chapel Hill
2014 – Charlotte Catholic 10, Apex 9 – MVP: Mia Castagnero, Apex
2015 – Lake Norman 17, Cardinal Gibbons 15 (OT) – MVP: Jordan Lappin, Cardinal Gibbons
2016 – Cardinal Gibbons 18, Lake Norman 14 – MVP: Erica Skowron, Cardinal Gibbons
2017 – Cardinal Gibbons 19, Myers Park 12 – MVP: Elizabeth Wilson, Cardinal Gibbons
2018 – Cardinal Gibbons 14, Charlotte Catholic 8 – MVP: Grace Nelson, Cardinal Gibbons

Men’s Lacrosse State Champions & MVP’s
Open
2010 – Myers Park 15, Apex 11 – MVP: Craig Passenant, Myers Park
2011 – Northwest Guilford 13, East Chapel Hill 11 – MVP: Jay Goldsmith, NW Guilford
2012 – Lake Norman 9, Cardinal Gibbons 8 – MVP: Kyle Gradert, Lake Norman
2013 – Apex 12, Lake Norman 11 – MVP: Tyler Nesbitt, Apex
4A
2014 – Charlotte Catholic 11, Apex 8 – MVP: Connor Pool, Charlotte Catholic
2015 – Apex 7, Charlotte Catholic 6 – MVP: Nick Greco, Apex
2016 – Cardinal Gibbons 14, Lake Norman 8 – MVP: Trevor Kirsch
2017 – Middle Creek 17, Lake Norman 8 – MVP: Graham Schwartz
2018 – Lake Norman 13, Middle Creek 11 – MVP: Drew Elder
1A/2A/3A
2014 – Cardinal Gibbons 11, Marvin Ridge 8 – MVP: Reilly McDermott, Marvin Ridge
2015 – Cardinal Gibbons 13, Marvin Ridge 12 (OT) – MVP: Nick Forbes, Cardinal Gibbons
2016 – Marvin Ridge 16, Carrboro 3 – MVP: Cam Renner, Marvin Ridge
2017 – Weddington 21, Cedar Ridge 6 – MVP: Austin Leonard, Weddington
2018 – Weddington 20, East Chapel Hill 6 – MVP: Anthony Todaro, Weddington

from James Alverson with NCHSAA.org/Media Specialist


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