The Junior Stealth are the region's elite youth box lacrosse athletes. They are selected by invitation through demonstration of skill and character at Stealth Lacrosse Academy events.
For some, the simple camaraderie of playing on an elite travel team at the youth level is reason enough to look for a spot on the Junior Stealth. For others looking to extend their opportunities, top universities are now actively scouting players with significant box lacrosse experience in the hunt for the complete athlete. The Stealth Lacrosse Academy is a unique asset for the Northwest athlete with professional player/coaches selected by Stealth management.
The Junior Stealth Pee Wee and Bantam teams traveled to play in the final tournament of the season at the Rock's brand new training facility. Competition was fierce with the Stealth playing junior NLL teams from Buffalo, Colorado, Minnesota, Rochester and Toronto. Shorthanded due to school schedules, both Junior Stealth teams made it to the semifinal round, but failed to bring home the hardware for the first time this season. The young athletes and parents agreed that it was a great showcase of talent and are itching for a rematch!
The Junior Stealth again showed heart and talent as they walked away with medals for the USBOXLA Nationals. Pee Wee and Midget teams earned bronze medals, while the Bantam team took home the gold. It was the Bantam team's second consecutive tournament without a loss. Not an easy task, given the level of competition. Read the entire article HERE.
2012 Bantam Team
A gold medal and two silvers were the Junior Stealth's reward for playing in one of North America's top box lacrosse tournaments over the Canada Day weekend. Stealth fans will be proud of the younger version of the Red & Black, who entered the tournament with no expectations, but walked away with some shiny new hardware. Check out the game statistics and event summary for the full story.
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