KLA Lacrosse Tournament

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    KLA Lacrosse Tournament

    Cov Cath beat Bryan Station 21-0 & NKY Warriors beat Scott Co 17-3 in the first round of district play to set up district final Friday at Cov Cath between the Colonels & the Warriors.

    What's going on in the other districts?
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    Henry Clay defeated CovCath 12-6 in their semi-final.

    Lexington Catholic defeated Dunbar 17-6.

    Henry Clay and Lexington Catholic meet in the KLA finals for the forth time in five year. Henry Clay holds a 2 - 1 edge in this 'Finals series'. In the regular season game between these two teams the Blue Devils won 14 to 13.

    In the KSLL finals tonight St. X will take on Trinity. The Tiger beat the Rocks 7 to 5 in the regular season matchup. These two teams have faced eather 4 out of 5 years in the KSLL finals.

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    Trinity defeats St. X 11-9 to win the state championship. Congrats to the players and coaches.

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    Henry Clay wins KSL. 7 to 6 ... in ...OT.

    Third OT game between these in as many games. Two for KSL championship.

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    What's the difference between the two leagues?

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    Why isn't Henry Clay playing with Trinity and St. X?

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    Congrats to T especially to Lucas Porter who is the son of my classmate Scott Porter.

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    Good question. Anybody have an answer?

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    All the Kentucky teams used to play in the KLA however a few years ago there was a disagreement that led to a split. The Louisville area teams, perhaps in anticipation of lacrosse being sanctioned by the KHSAA, wanted to start running the league modeled after other KHSAA sports with districts and so on. Agreement couldn't be reached and the leagues split. There was talk of a "championship" game between the winners of the 2 leagues but that fell through.

    FWIW Trinity played several of the Lexington teams and beat most of them pretty soundly. Trinity beat Henry Clay 19-3 on May 2.

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