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Taylor Lacrosse Club Wins District Championship, Co-captain Named All-American

The Taylor Lacrosse Club beat Klein 10-8 in the final game of the season to wrap up the Texas High School Lacrosse Clubs’ district championship. It is the first title for Taylor in its nine year history. Taylor finished the regular season with a 9-3 record.

Taylor was lead by seniors Brent Phelps, goalie, and Mason Moore, midfielder, who were selected as All-State players. Colby Morgan, All District, and Grant Bolding – Honorable Mention also received honors for the season. Taylor graduates 14 seniors with several planning to continue their lacrosse careers in college.

In addition, Phelps, varsity goalie and co-captain of the Taylor Lacrosse team, was named an US Lacrosse Academic All-American for 2011. This award is given a select group of players nationwide who excel in not only in the sport of lacrosse, but demonstrate high academic achievement, broad involvement in school activities and commitment to community service.

He is the only player selected from the Houston area and one of only 4 players named in the state of Texas.

Phelps is a two time All State lacrosse goalie and helped lead the Taylor Lacrosse Club to win the THSLL district championship. He is currently ranked academically near the top of his class at Morton Ranch High School and has been a member of the Maverick Band for the past 4 years. Phelps also attained the rank of Eagle Scout this year and continues to participate in Boy Scout Leadership programs.

Phelps will attend Texas A&M to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering and plans on continuing his lacrosse career for the Aggies.

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The Taylor High School lacrosse team won the Texas High School Lacrosse Clubs’ district championship.

Senior Brent Phelps was named an US Lacrosse Academic All-American.

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