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Jim Van Blarcom Fall Lax Festival

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The Jim Van Blarcom Fall LAX Festival is one of two tournaments hosted by the Fort Mill Lacrosse Club (the other being the Catawba Classic in June). The tournament is open to both boys and girls teams in the U11, U13, U15 and U19 age groups.

Games are played at a single location – the Manchester Meadows Sports Complex in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The 70 acre venue offers eight full-sized fields (six grass and two turf) all of which are lighted, allowing for evening games, if necessary.

There is plenty of parking on site, as well as great concession selection and clean, permanent restrooms.

The tournament is played in a championship bracket format. All teams are guaranteed five games, with three taking place on Saturday, to determine seeding, and two playoff games on Sunday.

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Hosted by: Fort Mill Lacorsse Club
Location: Rock Hill, SC
Dates: October 8-9
Box/Field: Field
Youth/Adult: Youth
Gender: Boys & Girls
Ages: U11-U19
Format: n/a
Level of Play: Travel
Cost: $1,000
Application Deadline: October 1
Contact: Scott Couchenour
Contact Info: Email

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