Girls Summer Shootout Lacrosse Tournament

Six Nations Midget sharp shooter Sierra Squire is robbed by the Pacers netminder during the Girls Summer Shootout tournament action. Though they didn’t win gold, it was still a storybook tournament ending for the Midgets who won their final game, which happened to be their first win of the season. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News You can call it a real historic event in woman’s box lacrosse. Recently, a big successful step was taken towards that ultimate goal of growing the sport as Six Nations hosted what was the first ever Girls Summer Shootout which had 32 teams divided into bantam, intermediate and midget divisions competing for gold.  Among these groups of highly skilled teams were three Six Nations teams which included the Intermediate Girls who fell short 3-1 in semi final play against Kingston, while the bantams played hard but didn’t qualify for medal contention  followed by last but not least the Midget girls who ended off the tournament by winning their first game 3-1 against Sarnia. “This is our first year doing this. Were trying to grow girls…

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