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Aces Lacrosse won their second tournament in a row by edging OC Crush 6-5 in the Tribz Lacrosse California Showcase U13 Championship game on Sunday.  The Aces also won the Riptide earlier this month.

Down 4-2 at halftime, the Aces saved their best for last, scoring the tying goal with a minute to play and the game winning goal with less than 30 ticks left on the clock.   The Aces were coached by Nick Tintle and Chris Malone.

The championship game was the second close game of the weekend between Aces and OC Crush.  OC Crush bested the Aces 7-6 in pool play on Saturday.  Aces earned their way into the championship game by doubling up Wild Horse 8-4 in the sem-finals.  OC Crush defeated LA Mavs 10-6 in the semi-finals.

About Aces Lacrosse

The Aces Lacrosse Company is operated by Nick Tintle who coached the 2022 team. This summer the Aces held three practices and one training session per week and attended three Summer Tournaments. Tintle focuses his training sessions on lacrosse IQ, skill development and athletic development.

About the Tribz Lacrosse California Showcase

The seventh annual Tribz Lacrosse California Showcase featured approximately 50 boys youth lacrosse teams playing in six divisions: U11, U13, U15, JV, Varsity and open (19-36).  All games were played at the  Great Park in Irvine, California. Each team is guaranteed a minimum of four games with the possibility of a fifth championship game. Games consist of 20 minute halves with a five minute halftime.