played host over the weekend to the inaugural Leverage Christmas Classic, a jamboree-style event at that featured professional lacrosse rules like a 60-second shot clock and a 2-point shot arc.

“The high school boys had a blast,” Leverage and Bosco coach said. “The 60-second shot clock made the game extremely fast. The 2-point arc was challenging, but we had a few made for JV and Varsity.”

Defender Will Bryan of Leverage scored what the video caption said was the tournament’s first 2-point goal, drawing a flag in transition then ripping a shot from straight on with the free-play opportunity.

In addition to Leverage, varsity squads from Ronin (formerly Rogue Lacrosse) LA Cobras and participated, along with JV squads from Ronin, Thousand Oaks, Cobras and . Ronin and Leverage also played a middle-school game.

“It was a fun, experimental tournament,” Jewett said. “Next year we will have more fields and teams.”

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