Congratulations to the Varsity High School Girls for a victory in the 1st round of the playoffs defeating Huntsville 18 - 2. Next round at Oak Mountain on Tuesday, May 8 at 7:45 PM. Come out and support the Huskies!
Half of this U12 team had never played lacrosse until this year. They went 2-1 at the Jamboree on May 5th, losing only to Mountain Brook 13-15. They won 4 out of the last 6 games and led their age group with 196 total goals scored! Way to go, Mini Huskies!!
Trussville High School coach, Tom McCormick, reported that the The Trussville High school girls and boys both made the Lacrosse playoffs. The teams will play in the Greater Birmingham Youth Lacrosse Association (GBYLA).
The girls lacrosse team will host a first round playoff game.
“The girls are 5-7 this year,” said McCormick. “We had a rough start going 0-4, but won 4 games in a row to get into position to host a playoff game.”
McCormick said that this is the second time the teams made the payoff in GBYLA.
“We have a very young team, with only 7 upperclassmen out of 28 players,” he said. “We do have a senior on our team who signed to play lacrosse at the University of Montevallo. Another young lady is second in scoring with 44 goals and nine assist this season.”
The Trussville U12 Girls Team beat Vestavia in a nailbiter this past Saturday. Final score was 19-18. They then went on to beat Oak Mountain 18-14 on Sunday. They will play again on May 5th in the GBYLA Jamboree at Siccard Hollow. Game schedule will be Mountain Brook Green at 10am, Vestavia at 12pm and Homewood at 2pm. For more information on the Jamboree go to http://gbyla.org.
Last Saturday, our U-12 girls team traveled to Homewood to take on the Patriots. The Huskies played an amazing game and pulled off a great win! The final score was 21-7. Their next game will be Wednesday, April 25th, against Mountain Brook Green. Game will be played at Mountain Brook Jr. High #2 at 6pm. Go Huskies!!
Celebrating a 9-8 victory over Spain Park. Makenzie Crow, Goalie, led the Defense. Senior Hailey Wilcox scored the game winning goal with less than 1 minute remaining. Lily McCormick and Savannah Martin also scored goals during the game. Way to go Huskies!
The HTHS girls defeated Mountain Brook for the first time ever at Saturday's Ice Breaker Challenge. The final score was 8-4! The Huskies played amazing all day and almost pulled off wins over Hoover and James Clemens. They lost by only one point in each of those games. The 2018 season looks promising for Trussville Girls Lacrosse!