St. Xavier Downs Trinity in Annual Rivalry Contest

(Photo Courtesy of St. Xavier High School)

St. Xavier made a clear statement on Wednesday night that they are the best team in the Bluegrass, downing rival Trinity 15-4. The Tigers put the pedal to the metal early on in the contest and never let up, essentially cruising to victory.

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Battle in The Bluegrass: St. Xavier-Trinity Primer

(Trinity’s Gavin Noland evades a St. Xavier defender. | Photo Credit: Chad Waggoner)

On Wednesday night at 7 pm, the biggest high school rivalry in the nation heads to the lacrosse field as Trinity (Ky.) takes the 14-minute trek from Shelbyville Road to Poplar Level Road to take on St. Xavier (Ky.) in what is annually the most anticipated high school lacrosse game in the state of Kentucky.

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Southern Scorecard: Early 2023 Watch List

(Photo Courtesy of Dallas Jesuit Athletics)

Hey Y’all, welcome to the Southern Scorecard. This is a monthly column on college lacrosse recruiting in the South. Each month, I will breakdown some of the top commitments on a state-by-state basis and provide some other analysis as well.

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High School Lacrosse Superlatives: North Carolina

(Christ School Faceoff Man Sean Dow.|Photo Courtesy of Christ School)

*Over the next month, Lacrosse Bucket will be releasing high school lacrosse superlatives ahead of the 2021 season for a majority of the states in the South.*

It’s January, which means lacrosse season is right around the corner. In the many southern states, the high school lacrosse season is a month away or sooner, especially this year.

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