Allatoona lacrosse aims high
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Allatoona U13 Juniors and U15 Select Lacrosse Teams members include Michael Benefield, Emerson Ames, Joseph Charrette, Charlie Dahling, Damian Hinton, Jack Dennehy, Cameron Carter, Neal Brown, Zack Pacheco, Jacob Porter, Connor Gehan, Parker Gibbs, Jake Woodruff, Max Hamilton, Connor Jashinske, Brandon Nash, Matthew Hoven, Lilton Moore Jr, Samuel Simmons, Michael Romans, Gerald Wilson, Head coach Paul Wilson, Assistant coach Doug Romans, Assistant coach Rich Pink.<br>Special to the MDJ
Allatoona U13 Juniors and U15 Select Lacrosse Teams members include Michael Benefield, Emerson Ames, Joseph Charrette, Charlie Dahling, Damian Hinton, Jack Dennehy, Cameron Carter, Neal Brown, Zack Pacheco, Jacob Porter, Connor Gehan, Parker Gibbs, Jake Woodruff, Max Hamilton, Connor Jashinske, Brandon Nash, Matthew Hoven, Lilton Moore Jr, Samuel Simmons, Michael Romans, Gerald Wilson, Head coach Paul Wilson, Assistant coach Doug Romans, Assistant coach Rich Pink.
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Allatoona U13 Juniors and U15 Seniors Select Lacrosse Teams represented Allatoona and Georgia well at the Dan Anderson Lacrosse Classic in Birmingham, Alabama, the weekend of April 12 and 13. The U13 Select team made it to the semi finals while the U15 Select team brought home the Senior’s Championship. The MVP of the Dan Anderson Classic went to Michael Benefield.

Team members include Michael Benefield, Emerson Ames, Joseph Charrette, Charlie Dahling, Damian Hinton, Jack Dennehy, Cameron Carter, Neal Brown, Zack Pacheco, Jacob Porter, Connor Gehan, Parker Gibbs, Jake Woodruff, Max Hamilton, Connor Jashinske, Brandon Nash, Matthew Hoven, Lilton Moore Jr, Samuel Simmons, Michael Romans, Gerald Wilson, head coach Paul Wilson, assistant coach Doug Romans and assistant coach Rich Pink.

The Dan Anderson Lacrosse Classic (DALC) was founded in 2004 in memory of one of Greater Birmingham Youth Lacrosse Association’s most dedicated parent booster, Dan Anderson, who died of melanoma cancer in his late 40’s.

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