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War 4 Shore Charity Tournament (Video)

War 4 Shore Charity Tournament (Video)

The War for the Shore is a charity lacrosse tournament aimed at bringing relief to victims of Hurricane Sandy. In only 3 weeks time, the tournament was brought together through the combined efforts of Uncommon Fit, Power Time Sports, the NJILOA and college-age players from across the state of NJ (with one especially charitable group coming from Long Island). Read More…

War 4 The Shore Lacrosse Tournament

UcFit's PJ Martin and NJ Governor, Chris Christie.

The War 4 The Shore Lacrosse Tournament is in support of We Shore Will and those affected by Hurricane Sandy. The event consists of an 8 v 8 charity lacrosse tournament with teams of 12-15 players. All proceeds go to the We Shore Will campaign fund that redirects monies directly to different organizations supporting the individuals and small businesses of the New Jersey Shore. Read More…

Triad Blackhawks Host Lacrosse Tournament to Collect Toys, Benefit Local Charities

The Triad Blackhawks will host their second annual Holiday Toy Classic lacrosse tournament on Saturday, December 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Cash Elementary School, 4700 Old Hollow Road, Kernersville. The tournament is a Marine Corps Toys for Tots event, with the net proceeds of the tournament going to local charities. Read More…

Cradle For A Cause: Boston’s Charity Lacrosse Tournament


Jimmy Morin and Al Zayac, co-owners of OTB Lax, invite lacrosse players to participate in Cradle for a Cause, a charity lacrosse tournament held in Newton, Massachusetts. This boy’s youth lacrosse tournament will take place Saturday, June 16th and 17th 2012. Read More…

CityLax To Host Third Annual Summer Shootout In Southhampton, NY


New York, NY, August 11, 2011— The Third Annual CityLax Summer Shootout Charity Lacrosse Tournament will be hosted on August 20th from 11am to 6pm at Southampton High School in Southampton, N.Y. The co-ed tournament will feature collegiate and post collegiate players from all over the United States. Read More…