Region 4 Boys 2A District Brackets
Two one-bid districts, with the two top seeds in them.
A 4-team District with ALL FOUR teams making the bracket.
An under the radar possible upheaval in D14.
LOTS of stories in this one. But in the end, a likely familiar Regional final awaits. And Miami is making some noise; hopefully that lasts over the years.
District 132023 FHSAA Boys Lacrosse District Tournament 2A District 13
District 13 is Jupiter as a one-bid district winner in all likelihood. Although Martin County is First Team Out, they are 8 spots behind #8 Spanish River, so they would need to upset Jupiter to get a slot and that’s just not realistic. Jupiter trails St Thomas (5 vs 3) after the STA win two weeks ago so the likely regional final is a road trip for them.
District 142023 FHSAA Boys Lacrosse District Tournament 2A District 14
This comes down to a seeding battle between Boca Raton and Spanish River, as Wellington’s struggles left them as Third Team Out and way down the FHSAA ranking. Wellington needs to win the District to advance. What makes this interesting is that Wellington took the win over Spanish River two weeks ago and that’s the semifinal matchup. Boca did win comfortably over them.
Martin County might sneak in if Boca takes the district and Wellington takes the semifinal, but it will be close. Odds are right now that Boca and Spanish River get in.
By the way, Patch Reef Park in Boca is hosting the District, so this is one where you get your money’s worth by going out to the games.
District 152023 FHSAA Boys Lacrosse District Tournament 2A District 15
St. Thomas . . . nothing else will happen. Stoneman is Second Team Out, but is at 52, so an at-large is out of the question.
District 162023 FHSAA Boys Lacrosse District Tournament 2A District 16
What a fascinating story here. A 4-team District, and the 4 are the #3, #4, #5 and #6 seeds currently. I can’t really see anything that knocks any of them out of the bracket.
Go watch them play (it looks like Columbus is hosting the event) and enjoy. Western and Columbus took very different routes, with Western playing an average schedule, finishing 8-2, and Columbus playing everyone, going 7-9. Surprisingly, they did not play this year. Palmetto lost by 3 at Columbus and 5 at Western, so they can’t be overlooked in the 2/3 matchup. Coral Reef went 11-2, but did not play either Western, nor Columbus, and lost by 7 to Palmetto. They might well end up as the #8 seed.