When athletes get to high school, there’s no discriminating with age. It doesn’t matter because ninth-graders can jump right into the deep end with the upperclassmen.
Jersey Outlaws Premier players were prepping for that challenge for years. But this summer is offering them an even higher level of competition.
The Outlaws have succeeded to a 44-7-1 record since forming last year all the while coach Dan Berg has been requesting difficult opponents with tournament directors. The tougher, the better, the 18U competition is only going to make the Outlaws stronger for the future.
The Outlaws are heading into the heart of their summer schedule, and the fields in upcoming showcases like this week’s Team NJ/Rock Challenge in Newtown, Pa., and next week’s TNT Summer Showcase in Quakertown, Pa., are important as they prepare for away tournaments in July in Binghamton, N.Y., Virginia Beach, Va., and Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Bring it on? No doubt.