Game 1
Madlax Stealth - 8
Madlax Bandits - 2

The Stealth’s Davis Lesher scored a hat trick in the first half to propel his team into the lead. Midway through the period, Logan Kaetzel flew by two defenders and scored glove-side for a highlight reel goal. In the closing minutes of period, Blake Concklin score short-handed to extended the halftime lead to 5-0. In  the opening 3 minutes of the second half, Ryan Antesberger scored on the power-play to get his Bandit’s on the scoreboard. However, the Stealth’s high powered offense took control of the 2nd half behind Andrew Gillespie’s two goals, one from a highlight reel, behind-the-back assist from Davis Lesher. Casey Tighe added a goal for the Stealth.  Ryan Antesberger’s added his second goal for the Bandits late in half.
MVP's: Andrew Hurst & Ryan Antesberger

Game 2
Cavalier Blue - 6
Cavalier Orange - 5

Cavalier Blue and Orange teams battled back-and-forth during the first half with Blue goals from Matthew See, Gavin Rohr and Luke North gave them a 3-2 lead into halftime. Luke Degnan and Terrance Lee scored goals for the Orange in the first half of play. Early in the second half, Terrance Lee scored his second goal to even the score at 3-3. The Cavalier Blue and Orange traded ties and leads with goals from Connor Burton, Luke North (2), Cole Carmichael and Greg Kerigan. In the last minute of the game, with the score tied 5-5, the Orange shot, missing the goal and the Blues took it into their offensive end. Luke Degnan picked up a ground ball, moving to the heart of the field and beat the net-minder as seconds expired to give the Cavalier Blue, a one goal win.
MVP's: Luke Degnan & Braydon Hall


Game 3
Oscar Mike - 1
Madlax Rush - 0

Oscar Mike defeated Rush in a forfeit as the Rush did not have enough players to play. In the subsequent exhibition game, Oscar Mike’s Clark Soyster-Heinz scored early in the period, then again halfway through the period. Johnny Mendez added a left-handed rip to put Oscar Mike up 3-0. An undermanned Rush played tenacious defense in the first half, going into the half down just three,despite not having a bench subs. Patrick Hoffman scored for the Rush early in the 2nd half. Then at the 13 minute mark Manny Fernandes scored back-to-back goals, tying the game at the ten minute mark. Manny Fernandes scored his hat trick goal on a short-handed play, beating the net-minder over his blocker-shoulder. Junior Vera Puna scored in the last seconds to tie the game forcing a shootout. In the fourth round, Oscar Mike beat the goalie, securing the exhibition win.
MVP's: Clark Soyster-Heinz & Patrick Hoffman

Game 4
Commonwealth - 11
Cavalier Orange - 1

The Commonwealth came out of the first face-off shooting and scoring, never looking back. Tyler Elgas and Jason Lane had goals for the Commonwealth. Cole Rogstand first and second half goals, as did Cooper Woodring and Braden Galaida. Cavalier Orange’s Ryan Barkley ripped a shot past the goalie to get his team on the board in the second half. However, the Commonwealth held on and cruised to the 11-1 win.
MVP's: Ryan Barkley & Tyler Elgas

Game 5
CBLL Roughnecks - 8
TRW Wolfpack - 5

The Wolfpack and Roughnecks battled back-and-forth during the first half trading lead changes and two ties. The Wolfpack had two goals from Makana Neverosky and Niko Colevecchio added one. Drew Stewart and Tanner Wiles had two goals apiece for the Roughnecks to help take a 4-3 lead in the half. The second half picked up were the first half left off. Tanner Wiles added his hat trick goal early in half off a fastbreak. AJ VanHaaren answered right back for the Wolfpack. Tanner Wiles added a fourth goal and Drew Stewart scored his hat trick goal to give the Roughnecks a 3 goal lead. The Wolfpack scored at the 6 minute mark, but it wasn't quite enough and the Roughnecks held on the win.
MVP's: Makana Neverovsky & Drew Stewart

Game 6
Madlax Mammoth - 6
Cavalier Blue - 3

Logan Stanard scored early for the Cavalier Blue, followed by Avi Ruiz’s goal for the Mammoth. The teams then remained locked in a 1-1 tie until Manny Fernandes took back-to-back fast-breaks and turned them into goals, giving the Mammoth a 3-1 lead going into halftime. Avi Ruiz earned his second goal of the afternoon early in the 2nd period to extend the Mammoth lead.Carter Kyle answered for the Blues cutting the deficit, but Manny Fernandes’s hat trick power play goal extended the lead back for the Mammoth. Manny Fernandes added his 4 goal late to seal the win. Logan Stanard scored his 2nd goal of the day with two minutes to play for the Blues.
MVP's: Manny Fernandes & Logan Stanard


Game 7
Cavalier Orange - 1
CBLL Knighthawks - 0

Cavalier Orange defeated the Knighthawks in a forfeit as the Knighthawks did not have enough players to play. In the subsequent exhibition game the Cavalier Orange and Knighthawks traded goals, hits and penalties throughout the evenly played game. The Orange’s Will Cramp had two goals, along with goals from Rawley Parker and Caleb Blow. The Knighthawks had goals from Nate Quattrone and George Shaw.
MVP's: Rawley Parker & Nate Quattrone

Game 8
Madlax Seals (25's) - 15
Hard Lax Elite - 0

Madlax Seals pushed out to an early 3 goal lead thanks to the first half hat trick by Timmy McGrail. Christopher DiLorenzo added his own hat trick by halftime. Zakk Chesteen and Jack Gans added goals, giving the Seals a 8-0 lead at the half. The Seals kept the scoring going with goals from Andrew Allen (2), Cole Stup, a fourth from Christopher DiLorenzo, and Caden Southworth added a hat trick, and the Seals cruised to a 15-0 win.
MVP's: Chris Rothenberger & Chris DiLorenzo

Game 9
Madlax Wings (24's) - 10
Cavalier Blue - 6

Cavalier Blue jumped out to a 2 -1 lead behind two goals from Kobe Link. Chase Robertson answered for the Wings, then two goals from Anthony Panetti and a goal from Ryan Welgos gave the Wings the lead into the half. Anthony Panetti added 2 more goals early in the second half to extend the Wings lead midway through the 2 half. Caleb Blow (2), Xavier Legler, and Gage Bandy had goals for the Cavaliers as they battled hard in the second half. Graham Lesher added two goals and Ryan Welgos added two for the Wings to extend their second half lead to hold on for the 10-6 win.
MVP's: Ryan Welgos & Caleb Blow

Game 10
Vienna Eskimos - 1
Oscar Mike - 0

Forfeit. 6-2 at halftime, Vienna scores off three fast breaks. Rubley brothers moved over and played for OM, Will poured in six goals to keep it close but Vienna got scores from Connor Hahzem and Duncan Craddock. Oskuie was huge in goal and Vienna won 8-6. MVP's: Jackson Ouskie & Garrison Fletcher

Game 11
Dulles South - 8
Hammers - 4

Dulles South came out strong, going up 2-0 off goals from Jack Wheatley and Bryce Gunn. Dulles South bounced back though with a break away by Jason Falso to draw it closer. Dulles South scored on man up with 6 seconds left in the half to take  4-1 lead into hafltime. Dulles South opened the second half scoring pulling to 4-2. Gunn replied with dodge down the alley and buried the righty shot, re-establishing the three point lead for Dulles South. Dulles South pulled within one with 6 minutes left, after goals by Brodie McClure and Tray Talucci’s second on the day. Dulles South absorbed the body blow and went on the attack, scored the next three goals to make it 8-4, the last of the game by Connor Halabus.
MVP's: Bryce Gunn & Trey Talucci

Game 12
PW Warriors - 11
Chantilly - 7

Cam Goodloe dives across the crease for Chantilly’s first goal, going up 1-0. Warriors answered off the next face-off with a goal by Gabe Quantrille. A ground-ball behind the goal gives wrap around to Gabe Willbanks. Bouncers will go, even in box, and Wyatt Marvil on Chantilly scores to make it 2-2, but Warriors answered right back, 3-2 and then 3-2 off goals by Chris Huber. Warriors score again with crafty stick-work by XXX. Starts a three goal run for the Warriors until Liam Turner scores for Chantilly and stops the bleeding, 7-3 Warriors.  Cam Goodloe again for Chantilly but Warriors answer and with 2 minutes in the half it’s 4-8. Warriors quick stick one more to end the half up 9-4. With 10 minutes in the half it’s 11-6 Warriors. Chantilly’s Jonah Northern dusts the Warriors down the field, hitches to his right and finishes low to make it 11-7.
MVP's: Gabe Quantrille & Jonah Northern

Game 13
CBLL Wildcats - 7
CBLL Swarm - 4

Wildcats goals: Marvil 3, John Kim 2, Grant Maiden, Teddy Shroeder
FC: Gabe Mucci, Sam Levy 2, Jackson 2
MVP's: John Kim & Harold Levy