Shore Kaos qualify for National Championship
CHURCH HILL — The Shore Kaos U-13 boys’ lacrosse team has just completed an outstanding summer tournament schedule according to Program Director Jon Fellows
The Eastern Shore based team is comprised of local players from Kent, Queen Anne’s, and Caroline counties.
The team is coached by former Syracuse Defenseman Joe Sabasteanski, and Shore Kaos alum, Queen Anne’s High graduate, and current Anne Arundel Community College player Brett Carter. They are assisted by Justin Carter, who has been with the program since its inception in 2013.
This team competed in a total of four summer tournaments, and finished with a 19-2 record, scoring a total of 187 goals while giving up just 60. The Kaos finished in second place in the 2016 Lax Splash tournament in Baltimore, the first week of June, losing 6-5 in the finals to Pittsburgh Lacrosse Club.
The team won their next three tournaments: the 2016 Beach Lax tournament in Ocean City, the Laxapooloza Mid Atlantic Classic in Bethlehem, Pa., and the King’s Challenge tournament in Richmond, Va. By winning the King’s Challenge tournament, the Kaos qualified for the Dick’s Sporting Goods National Championship of Lacrosse to be held in Florida this December.
Fellows, an Eastern Shore native, played lacrosse at Washington College, where he is a member of the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame.
Shore Kaos will begin fundraising efforts this summer and fall for costs related to competing in Florida. If interested in supporting them, or for any questions regarding the Shore Kaos Lacrosse Program, contact Fellows at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the Shore Kaos program, their coaches and how to participate, visit www.shorekaoslax.com.
U-13 boys’ lacrosse team Shore Kaos won the King’s Challenge tournament in Richmond, Va. in June.