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Big Turkey Tourney

(AKA The Paul Skrzypek Memorial)

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The Big Turkey Tourney AKA the Paul Skrzypek Memorial is a 7v7 lacrosse tournament that is hosted each year by the Montville Lacrosse Club.

The event caters to three broad age groups - Youth, High School, and Masters.

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Youth age groups are set up by school grade, while High School age groups are split between JV and Varsity. All youth and high school age groups offer both A and B divisions. The Masters division offers just one level of play and is for players over the age 32.

All games are played at Camp Dawson in Montville, NJ where up to six turf fields are utilized for the event.

All participating teams are guaranteed at least four games, with pool winners advancing to a championship game.

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Hosted by: Montville Lacrosse Club
Location: Montville, NJ
Dates: November 19-20
Box/Field: Field
Youth/Adult: Youth and Adult
Gender: Male
Ages: Youth, High School, Masters
Format: 10v10
Level of Play: Competitive
Cost: $475
Application Deadline: First Come First Served
Tournament Director: Joe Levine
Contact Info: Email

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