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Mad Dog Los Angeles overcame a slow start to win the U-15 championship at the Battle of Los Angeles this weekend.  After falling to HB Lacrosse 5-2 in the division opener, the sleeping Dog awoke and dominated the competition the rest of the way.

Mad Dog outscored their remaining opponents 30-7 in the final four games and allowed only one goal on Sunday.  The coup de grace was a 10-0 win over HB Lacrosse in the championship game to avenge Saturday’s loss.