U9

Zingos U9 team made great improvements during the Spring Season, we missed making the semifinals game by 1 game. The boys had the opportunity to play all different positions, improved their individual skills and their teams skills. Our team is learning and understanding team concepts and building upon their lacrosse IQ. We are very excited about our upcoming summer tournaments.

Go Zingos!


2020 Black

The 2020 Zingos black team had a very competitive Spring. They finished the HOCO club league 7-1 and won the A Division championship. Many of their games were competitive and they won the championship game despite being down 4-1 at the half. They had the top defense in the league and they averaged 8 goals a game on offense. This team really came together this spring and it was evident with their performance on the field.

The Zingos 2020 black team also played in the highly competitive Kooper’s League. They finished the season 3-5. This league is made up of some of the best club teams in the state of Maryland. Despite the record, the Zingos squad was in every game. The coaching staff is very proud of these young men! They got better every time out and we are really looking forward to continuing this trend this summer. Special thanks to our players, families and coaches. Go Zingos!!!


U11 Black

The Zingos U11 Black team had a great season on and off the fields. Despite their record, the boys came together as individuals and as a team. The team competed in every game while participating in the GHCLC league. Capping the season off with an impressive win against MD Wild. The team is looking forward to taking this momentum into the summer tournament season. A special thank you to all the parents for their continued support.


2021

The 2021 Zingos Lacrosse Team had an awesome Spring Season finishing in 2 nd place in the GHCLC League with a record of 6 wins and two losses. Both losses coming from the hands of Team MDX who went through the league undefeated. The semi-final game was about as exciting as it gets vs Rockfish. The game ended in a come from behind, double overtime victory for Team Zingos which allowed the team to advance to the Championship Game. Both games played during the season against Rockfish ended in overtime victories for The 2021 Zingos Team.