FOR RELEASE AUGUST 9TH 2021
The L4 Midget Box team won the Box Lacrosse National Championship in San Jose, California this past Sunday against the San Diego Seals. The 3-day tournament included the Nation's best box lacrosse programs from all over the country.
All players are from Louisville, traditionally a non-hotbed area for the sport of lacrosse.
This was the first National Championship for Kentucky Lacrosse. "This was one of the most character-driven groups I have ever been a part of," said Dylan Gatt, Ontario native, and L4 Box Director.
"What a great experience for our players and a massive accomplishment for the lacrosse community in Louisville," said Reid Wesley.
The team flew home Monday morning and will be starting back up later this fall.
Day 1: L4 (9) vs Denver Elite (4)
Day 1: L4 (3) vs Sand Diego Seals (6)
Day 2: L4 (6) vs Midnight Rider Connecticut (4)
Day 2: L4 (11) vs Impulse Oklahoma City (1)
Day 3: L4 (7) vs Cali Lax All Star (2)
Day 3 Championship: L4 (13) San Diego Seals (5)
#88 Noah Hollister (Trinity High School)
#8 Tommy DeWitt (Eastern High School)
#12 Bryce Heitmann (St. Xavier High School)
#35 Logan Bryant (Trinity High School)
#11 Jack Phelps (St. Xavier High School)
#37 Luca Bowling (duPont Manual High School)
#82 Huck Campbell (Trinity High School)
#14 David Miller (Eastern High School)
#0 Ryder John (St. Xavier High School)
#31 Sam Alexander (Trinity High School)
#23 Trevor Coffman (St. Xavier High School)
#13 Lawson Cantley (Kentucky Country Day High School)
#4 Max Leachman (Trinity High School)
#10 Cooper Olson (South Oldham High School)
Goalie- #1 Nick DeGrandi (Trinity High School)