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Girls Fall Lacrosse Classic

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In the fourteen years since it inception, the Goblin Games girls' lacrosse tournament has provided thousands of teams with a fun, fast paced, competitive Fall lacrosse experience.

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The tournament uses a shortened field and 8v8 format that is guaranteed to get all players on the team involved in the game with plenty of touches on the ball.

Games are played at Ithaca High School and Cass Park/Union Fields with 3rd/4th grade, 5th/6th grade, Modified and JV teams playing on Saturday, and the varsity divisions taking the field on Sunday.

Tournament organizers emphasizes fun as much as competition and make light of the fact that weather in Ithaca at that time of year can sometimes be, as they say, “inhospitable”.

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Hosted by: Total Sports Experience
Location: Rochester, NY
Dates: September 23
Box/Field: 50x80 Yard Field
Youth/Adult: Youth
Gender: Girls Only
Ages: 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, Junior Varsity, Varsity
Format: 8v8
Level of Play: 3/4-Varsity
Cost: $350/team
Application Deadline: September 21
Tournament Director: Jamie Hammond
Contact Info: Email

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