Hunger Games Delivers

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Adult Blackhawks won the food trophy in the Adult division

The 2016 Hunger Games generated about three tons of donated food and lots of great lacrosse on Saturday at Cash-Bagley Fields in Kernersville. With a record 17 high school teams joining 4 adult teams and approximately 35 youth Lightning Lax players, the four fields at Cash-Bagley were rocking all day with good, competitive lacrosse.  Players and teams came from Raleigh, Charlotte, Fayetteville, in addition to players from just about all lacrosse-playing high schools in the Triad.  The Alamance War Dogs — who have appeared in all seven of these charity lacrosse events — won the donated food championship in the High School division, while the Adult Blackhawks (sporting spiffy box jerseys) won in the Adult division.  Photos of the event can be found at the Triad Blackhawks Facebook Page.

The Alamance War Dogs took home the food trophy in the High School division

The Alamance War Dogs took home the food trophy in the High School division

The addition of Lightning Lax this year for youth players, and the food that those future stars donated to the cause, virtually guarantees that this year’s event broke the record for donated food. In addition, the net proceeds from the event are expected to exceed $7,000, all of which will go to local charities.  It was an outstanding start for the Blackhawks first-year partnership with Salvation Army and its Triad Holiday Food Drive.  Thank you to all of our volunteers, players, coaches, and sponsors!

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