Under Armour Underclassmen Games: Washington DC vs. Midwest

Under Armour Underclassmen Games: Washington DC vs. Midwest

Under Armour Underclassmen Games: Washington DC vs. Midwest



For rosters of all eight teams, click here.

Washington DC came out firing against the Midwest, building a quick lead they never relinquished, winning 13-6. Washington DC would break even in pool play, taking fifth in the standings. The Midwest would go winless through the opening rounds, put salvaged seventh place in the end.

For the complete results of the tournament, click here.

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Nice
    by (#65280) on 7/08/10 @12:34PM
These kids are pinging corners!
 
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hot
    by (#245208) on 7/08/10 @1:11PM
some serious butt sweat on #20

loves it!!!!!!
 
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    by (#218459) on 7/10/10 @9:08PM
The DC goalie goes to my school
 
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    by (#218459) on 7/10/10 @9:22PM
the one in the green helmet
 
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DC area?
    by (#228590) on 7/13/10 @10:35AM
is richmond really considered dc area?
 
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wow
    by (#244587) on 7/08/10 @4:00PM
these kids r insane they r rippin twags all ovr the place they do not seem like highscoolers at all
 
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whats the point of the regions?
    by (#234231) on 7/08/10 @4:58PM
If kids just try out for different area teams. Kids on the Midwest team, from south and cali. Well the Midwest is understandable and the same with kids from Va trying out for DC team. But,Kids on the dc team from Maryland.They might as well just have kids tryout for the showcase in there respective area's and put them on different teams.
 
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    by (#118913) on 7/09/10 @9:22AM
the kids that play on the dc team all live and go to school in the suburbs of dc, which happen to be in maryland and virginia. the kids on the baltimore team live and go to school in the suburbs of baltimore, which is obviously all md. there is a kid on the philly team that goes to school in northern delaware, which is a suburb of philly. the regions are set up so that the best players from in and around those regions play. if you look at the high schools for the kids from md on the dc and the high schools from the kids on the baltimore team they will all be different. md kids on the dc team all live right outside of dc, probably about 40 minutes or so from baltimore.
 
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agreed man
    by (#228590) on 7/13/10 @10:42AM
i live like 5 minutes from dc its not like if you dont live in the district then your not considered dc its called the greater dc area.. which i might add dont think includes richmond *coughcollegiatecough*
 
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    by (#226019) on 7/09/10 @8:12PM
im sorry but i have to ask...Does "...ripping twangs..." mean picking corners?
 
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    by (#244587) on 7/09/10 @9:59PM
ye
 
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    by (#252332) on 7/08/10 @6:11PM
1:50 is so dirty,, pinns the corner in mid air
 
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    by (#232693) on 7/10/10 @6:35PM
not sure if he was lucky or he wanted that to happen
 
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Twiggin Twine
    by (#252624) on 7/11/10 @9:32PM
Holy Top Cheddar.
 
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    by (#3572) on 7/15/10 @11:35PM
midwest just sucks at lacrosse
 
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    by (#233818) on 8/02/10 @5:48PM
no they dont i live in the midwest and the all star team around me (true lacrosse) goes to the east coast in summer tournaments and they eaither win it or are a runnerup
 
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steezy
    by (#234731) on 8/29/10 @3:30PM
whos #6 from the DC team. kids legit.
 
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