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6th Annual Woodlands Mudslinger Recap (w/o commentary)

02/18/2013, 9:15am CST
By Editor

A glorious day for lacrosse.

This weekend, StickStar Lacrosse had the opportunity to vend / cover the Woodlands' Mudslinger Tournament. Team Manager and all-around, awesome mother, Helen Crimmins, helped run the tent as StickStar Apparel was for sale.

Biggest matchup of the day once again saw ESD vs. Woodlands. ESD still playing everyone; Woodlands looking crisp on offense.

One addition for the Woodlands was junior Tyler Murphy. Murphy adds even more offensive depth to the talented Woodlands squad.

One of the nicest goals of the tournament: McCanna turned the corner righty with Huggins draped all over him. Huggins is definitely the defensive leader for the Eagles, but McCanna got the best of him on this take.

We got our first look at Houston Christian, and they look young. HCHS, much like ESD, was missing all of their soccer players which consists of a healthy portion of talent. Coach Lehle will have his troops ready to go when the regular season kicks off.

Senior Ivan Morris (Gettysburg) looks to build off of a Final 4 appearance in 2012. Morris has a tremendous shot and will apply tremendous pressure to defenses in the South District.

Alamo Heights led by Coach Monnich.

Junior Attackman Casey Schwertfeger must touch the ball every possession for the Maroons to be successful in 2013.

Lito Flannigan looked really strong as a defensive presence for the Mules.

Lamar preparing for an upcoming matchup.

An exciting and spirited group to watch this weekend were the OKC Knights. They played hard and tallied some impressive wins.

Memorial Freshman Walker Crow sizing up his matchup. Crow will be a big part of Memorial's squad in the upcoming years.

McNeil (out of Austin) also looked great. Two years ago, McNeil's 8th graders won the Austin City Championship, so the future is bright for Coach Aubin's Mavericks.

Seven Lakes squad out of Houston.

Woodlands JV looked impressive once again. Their first test of the regular season is this Friday against Highland Park.

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