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Go Blue! EDH team East League Champs

Front row: Matthew Creech, Caden Shoemake, Dominic Brancoli, Cole Trumbull, Rylan Kono Middle Row:  JT Ross, Rand Peterson, Peyton Bounds, Blake Howard, Jack Lasater, Cade Silva, Matthew Cortopassi Back row: Nick Mountain, Makaile Shaddix, Braden Yonano, Jack Dillard, Cole Shoemake, Patrick Sammon. Coaches: Bob Ross, Darren Silva (Danton Kono not pictured).
Front row: Matthew Creech, Caden Shoemake, Dominic Brancoli, Cole Trumbull, Rylan Kono Middle Row: JT Ross, Rand Peterson, Peyton Bounds, Blake Howard, Jack Lasater, Cade Silva, Matthew Cortopassi Back row: Nick Mountain, Makaile Shaddix, Braden Yonano, Jack Dillard, Cole Shoemake, Patrick Sammon. Coaches: Bob Ross, Darren Silva (Danton Kono not pictured).

The El Dorado Hills Lacrosse U11B Blue Team completed their 2013 NCJLA season on Saturday, May 4.

The team’s 13-1-1 league play record and 550 power ranking earned them the 2013 NCJLA East League Championship that consisted of 19 teams.  Additionally, the team finished the season with a total record of 14-2-1 and earned them one of the top rankings of NCJLA U11B Boys teams in all of Northern California that included 51 teams stretching from San Jose to Chico and San Francisco to El Dorado Hills.

Congratulations on a great season boys.

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