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Lincoln Rampage Mid-Fall Classic

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The Lincoln Rampage Mid-Fall Classic is a one-day lacrosse tournament that high school teams an opportunity to get some extra playing time, work new players into the team or just work on some ideas in preparation for the spring season. Teams travel in from as far away as Des Moines, IA to compete.

All participating teams play for or five jamboree–style games with pool play in the morning, a break for lunch, and then bracket play in the afternoon. All games are officiated by a two man crew.

Games take place at the Abbott Sports Complex in Lincoln, NE, a location which offers multiple first class grass fields and food concessions, as well as t-shirt and equipment vendors.

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Hosted by: Lincoln Lacrosse
Location: Lincoln, NE
Dates: October 21-22
Box/Field: Field
Youth/Adult: Youth & High School
Gender: Boys and Girls
Ages: U10, U12, U14,
JV and High School Open
Format: 7 v 7 for U12 - U14
12 v 12 for girls
10 v 10 for JV and High School Open
Level of Play: Competitive
Cost: $475
Application Deadline: September 5
Contact: Christina Howe
Contact Info: Email

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