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Spring Fever Lacrosse Tournament

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Sponsored by Warrior, the Spring Fever Lacrosse Tournament is a competitive tournament for boys teams aged U11 to High School. The tournament offers a single division for U11 teams and both A and B divisions for the U13, U15 and High School age groups.

Games are played at Rabbit Hill Park in Dacula, GA, about 15 miles northeast of Atlanta. All participating teams are guaranteed at least three games and trophies are awarded for championship and runner-up teams. The registration fee includes all referee fees and up to 18 Spring Fever Lacrosse Tournament T- Shirts.

This tournament is a Dick's Sporting Goods Tournament of Champions Qualifying Event, with the top teams in the High School A Division being invited to attend the Boys High School Club Lacrosse National Championship.

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Hosted by: Tiki Tournaments
Location: Atlanta, GA
Dates: May 21-22
Box/Field: Field
Youth/Adult: Youth
Gender: Boys
Ages: U11, U13, U15, HS
Format: 10v10
Level of Play: Competitive
Cost: U11-U15 - $1,200
High School - $1,600
Application Deadline: April 25
Tournament Director: Tournament Director
Contact Info: Email

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