2023, 2024, 2025 Penguins shine in NH

The 2023, 2024, and 2025 Penguins all traveled to Bow, NH to compete in their final box tournament of the season.

The 2024 Penguins started the morning off with a strong 8-3 win against the Hawks, using an impressive pick and roll game and consistency finding the back of the net. They finished regular pool play 2-1, losing to a strong 4Leaf team 6-3 and beating the TopGun Littlenecks 4-0. After finishing second in the standings they had one final game against the 4Leaf team for the championship.

After going down 3-1 the Penguins clawed their way back and tied the game up with less then a minute to play off a crucial inside finish by Jack Lania. In overtime the 2024 Penguins had some huge stops by Aaron Waller and finally put the game away with a goal by Tyler Quinn.

Coach Jason on the day, “The team played the best box lacrosse I have seen all winter. We used all of the skills we learned at practices and played true box lacrosse. I am excited to see how the team develops this summer and also going into next Fall for the next box lacrosse season.”

The 2023 Penguins also had a great day going 1-1-1 and narrowly missing the championship game. Their best performance came against the TopGun Littlenecks where to stormed back after being down 4-0. Will Buckley scored an underhand goal to tie the game with less than 30 seconds remaining.

The 2025 Penguins had a strong day as well with some close games throughout against the Hawks and Houlagans.

This marked the final weekend of the Penguins Box season. With 10 weeks of practices and multiple tournaments and play-days, the season was a tremendous success.

Box Director Alex Bunick on the season, “We are really proud of how the players were able to take these new box concepts and use them in tournaments and games. The players were always focused at practices and it really showed as the season went on. We are truly excited to see how next box season goes and keep learning more about the game.”

This marked the final weekend of the Penguins Box season. With 10 weeks of practices and multiple tournaments and play-days, the season was a tremendous success.

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