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S&S ’14 champs: 2 old, 2 new

March 30, 2014

Champions at the 7th annual Sticks & Stones Invitational at Trabuco Hills High School this past weekend included a mix of repeat winners — Los Alamitos and Redondo Union — as well as newcomers — Newport Harbor and Esperanza — to the title trophies.

The two-day tournament — the longest-running junior varsity lacrosse event in the region — featured 24 teams competing in four divisions with 2014’s “Liv’n-Luv’n-Lax’n” theme. The championships were decided in four hard-fought matches that were all decided by two goals or less:

  • Blue Division: Los Alamitos #1 defeated Corona del Mar #1, 6-5, in the championship game. Aliso Niguel #1 finished third. It was the 4th time a Los Al team has won a Sticks & Stones trophy — the tournament’s top title collection.
  • Silver Division: Redondo defeated host Trabuco Hills, 6-4, in the championship game. Woodbridge finished third. Redondo won a division title at Sticks & Stones in 2012.
  • Pink Division: Newport Harbor defeated San Clemente, 6-5, in the championship game. Temecula Valley finished third.
  • Esperanza defeated El Dorado, 4-3, in the championship game. Downey finished third.

See: STICKS & STONES 2014 FINAL RESULTS

HISTORY

At Sticks & Stones VI in 2013, 24 teams:

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

At Sticks & Stones V in 2012, 21 teams:

  • Blue Division: Santa Margarita was the champion, beating Foothill in the final.
  • Gray Division: Redondo Union won the title, beating Carlsbad in the final.
  • Orange Division: Temecula Valley emerged as champion, beating La Canada in the finals.

At Sticks & Stones IV in 2011, 14 teams:

  • Foothill High won, defeating Trabuco Hills in the final.

At Sticks & Stones IV in 2010, 12 teams:

  • Los Alamitos defeated Foothill in the final.

At Sticks & Stones II in 2009, 12 teams:

  • Los Alamitos defeated Foothill in the final.

At Sticks & Stones I in 2008, 12 teams:

  • Foothill won the inaugural Sticks & Stones, defeated Los Alamitos in the final.

 

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