LCC 17 – Poway 2

Mavericks take down rival Poway 17-2. Great team effort to dominate all aspects of the game! Team was led by our captains; on offense JJ Silstrop recorded 5 goals and 3 assists while Jake Auger added 4 goals. Colin O’Connor was stellar in the middle of the field with 8 groundballs, 6 caused turnovers and a goal and an assist!! Looking forward to a great week ahead with Palos Verdes(LA), Valor Christian(CO) and IMG Academy(FL)!!! @jjsillstrop_5 @thejakeauger@colinoconnor23 @lcclacrosse

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Torrey Pines, La Costa boys again figure among section’s lacrosse elite

Since the CIF established an Open Division bracket for boys lacrosse in 2013, four of the six championships have been won by either Torrey Pines or La Costa Canyon (two apiece). The Falcons, coached by Jon Zissi are defending champions, having prevailed 7-5 over Coronado after rebounding from a 3-0 deficit in the title game. La Costa Canyon beat Coronado by one goal to capture the 2017 crown. The 2019 season got underway last week and those same two teams figure to be front and center when the championship is on the line in two months.

Seniors will be key to both squads and two of the best fourth-year standouts in the county are LCC forward JJ Sillstrop and Torrey Pines midfielder Porter Hollen. Sillstrop, a nearly unstoppable offensive force who will be playing at Denver University next year, scored 69 goals during his junior year while earning All-American and first team All-CIF status for the second consecutive time. The Brown-bound Hollen, who also garnered All-America recognition, racked up 12 goals and 23 assists a season ago as Torrey Pines rolled to the section title while posting an 18-1 record, the only loss coming against national power Darien (CT). Their coaches are among the pair’s biggest fans.

“Nobody gets more attention from opposing defenses,” said LCC Head Coach Kevin Cooper about two-year team captain Sillstrop. “Last year, he handled it so well—he was incredible individually and does an outstanding job of getting teammates involved. His strengths? Really everything. He’s the straw that stirs our drink.”

 

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LCC 13 – Woodlands 8

Great team win over The Woodlands School tonight 13-8 in sloppy wet conditions!! Mavericks got out to a hot start going up 10-3 at half and closing out the game with tough defense in the second half. Thank you to @twhs_lacrosse for making the trip out from Houston, Texas!! Offense was led by JJ Sillstrop with 3 goals and 4 assists and Junior Attackman, Heath Nilsen with 4 left handed goals!! Hunter Binney was outstanding in cage registering 8 saves and making several plays in the clear. @jjsillstrop_5 @heath.nilsen @hunter_binney @lcclacrosse #3-0 🐂🐂🐂.

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LCC 9 – Kingwood 8

LCC grinds out a tough win against Kingwood(TX) 9-8! JJ Sillstrop led the offense with 5 goals while fellow senior captain, Jake Auger contributed a goal and 2 assists. Mavericks look to bounce back against a tough Woodlands squad on Monday!! Thanks to @kingwood_lax for coming out from Houston Texas!! #2-0 .

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LCC 15 – Rancho Bernardo 0

Mavericks win 15-0. Outstanding team effort to open up our season at home under the lights!!! 15 goals by 9 different players the boys did a great job of sharing the ball. Paced by senior Captain, Jake Auger, with 3 goals and an assist. Defensively everyone had a great night led by junior lsm/defender, Nico Meredith, with four ground balls and 4 caused turnovers and junior do it all Midfielder, Jorge Montgomery, with 4 ground balls, 3 caused turnovers and a goal. #1-0 photo cred: @josemartineztv 🐂

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