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Laxachusetts Youth Fall Ball Teams have Great Success

By Staff, 10/31/18, 3:15PM EDT


The Laxachusetts Youth Fall Ball program is an optional program where about 50% of our players participate because the other 50% are too busy with fall sport (football, hockey and soccer). 

Its a great opportunity for players to get plenty of coaching, development and playing time with smaller size rosters at the events. 

The main focus on our Fall Ball season is about playing the game with toughness, grit and outworking your opponents. At our skill sessions the main focus is on passing / catching with strict detail on mechanics. This game is much easier to have success when you can pass and catch with both hands. 

We wrapped up our Fall Ball season last weekend at Devens, MA where we participated in the Primetime Fall Classic hosted by the PrimeTime Penguins. A great event with strong clubs from MA, RI, NH and CT. 

Our Laxachusetts teams won 6 of the 7 Championships. 

  • 2027 White lost in Championship Game 
  • 2027 Navy and 2026 Navy Co Champs in the 2026 Division (2027 Navy playing up a year)
  • 2025 White lost in Semi Finals 
  • 2025 Navy won the 2025 Championship
  • 2024 Green and White Co Champs in the 2024 A Division 
  • 2024 Navy Champs in the 2024 AA Division 
  • 2023 Green and White Co Champs in the 2023 A Division 
  • 2023 Navy Champs in the 2023 AA Division 

Overall our teams went a combined 40 wins and 6 losses at the PrimeTime Fall Classic. 

We participated in (2) Local Tourneys this Fall with the Scarecrow Tourney hosted by NH Tomahawks and Primetime Fall Classic hosted by PT Penguins. 
After the two tourneys we had a combined record of 74 wins, 10 losses and 2 ties winning 10 out of 12 Championships. 

We are very happy for the success of our players and teams but more importantly, we are proud of how hard our boys played. 

We do not judge success by wins and losses alone. We just success on how those wins and losses happen. 

We look forward to our favorite part of the program year. Our indoor skills training from November to March. This is where the real work begins and how our players separate themselves from the pack. 

There may be people that have more talent than you, but there's no excuse for anyone to work harder than you - Derek Jeter 

We look forward to getting to work over the next few months. 

Boston Pride 

LXC Staff