Shore Kaos qual­ify for Na­tional Cham­pi­onship

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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 jon@shorekaoslax.com. To learn more about the Shore Kaos pro­gram, their coaches and how to par­tic­i­pate, visit www.shorekaoslax.com.

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

U-13 boys’ lacrosse team Shore Kaos won the King’s Chal­lenge tour­na­ment in Rich­mond, Va. in June.

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