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Sticks & Stones set for March 28-29

August 28, 2013

Trabuco Hills Girls Lacrosse will hold its 7th annual Sticks & Stones Invitational — what we think is the longest-running junior varsity event in the OC-LA area — on Friday and Saturday, March 28-29, 2014.

The scoop:

  • What? Sticks & Stones Invitational Junior Varsity Lacrosse Tournament
  • Where? Trabuco Hills HS, 27501 Mustang Run, Mission Viejo, CA, 92691. Stadium turf and grass upper fields.
  • Who? Up to 24 Girls’ Lacrosse Junior Varsity teams from across Southern California. As many as three levels of pool play!
  • When? Friday and Saturday, March 28-29, 2014. (Friday games optional!) Games may start as early as 8 am!
  • Cost? $400 per team. (Early bird: $350 if received by Nov. 1, 2013) Checks payable to “Trabuco Hills Girls’ Lacrosse.” Priority given to those programs that register and pay first. (Refund requests must be in writing, $50 service fee will be applied!)
  • Plan? Guaranteed to play at least three games (20 minute halves, running time!)
  • Rain? If heavy rain occurs and closes our grass field, teams will play two games on the turf – or we’ll have a makeup day on April 26, 2014. No weather refunds will be given.
  • Questions? Email!
  • We understand school hasn’t gotten in full gear at many districts, and we know it can be tricky to get checks out for payent. So if you just want to say “Hey, save us a spot!” … just email We’ll expect to see your paperwork and check within a reasonable time!

    Please fill out the application that’s HERE: 7th Annual Sticks & Stones Registration Form

    Questions? Email!


    At Sticks & Stones VI in 2013 …

     A record 24 teams! Division winners were:

    • Blue: Los Alamitos A, defeating Carlsbad in the division final.
    • Pink: Foothill Frosh/Soph, defeating Los Alamitos B in the division final.
    • Orange: Glendale defeating Mission Viejo in the division final.

    At Sticks & Stones V in 2012 …

    A total 21 teams:

    • Blue Division: Santa Margarita was the champion, beating Los Alamitos and host Trabuco Hills to reach the finals. There, they beat Foothill — which had beaten El Toro and Corona del Mar — by 6-2. Foothill won  the Sticks & Stones title last year. Trabuco Hills took third, beating Corona del Mar, 10-7.
    • Gray Division: Redondo Union won the title, beating Esperanza and Aliso Niguel to reach the finals. There, they beat Carlsbad — which had beaten Newport Harbor and Laguna Hills — on a last-minute goal, 6-5. Aliso Niguel took took third, beating Laguna Hills, 7-5.
    • Orange Division: Temecula Valley emerged as champion, beating La Canada, 8-6, in the finals. Rosary took third, beating Mission Viejo, 9-6.

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