Centennial High School Lacrosse Player Zach Levy was chosen as the winner of the prestigious Legacy Lacrosse Leadership Award at the Legacy Lacrosse Cup Tournament in Atlanta, GA on April 12-13.
In its 6th year as one of the premier prep lacrosse tournaments in the US, the Legacy Lacrosse Cup has drawn more than 65 teams and over 3000 lacrosse players from 13 US states.
A highlight of the tournament is the selection of the Legacy Leadership Award winner from each team. This award is bestowed upon the player that most personifies the 3 pillars of the Legacy Lacrosse Cup - Camaraderie, Competitiveness and Character as recognized by their coaches and teammates.
Zach is a Sophomore for the Centennial Knight’s. He plays midfield and is focused on continued improvement to help the Knights succeed in winning a state championship. He works hard in the classroom and on the field in hopes of playing Division I college lacrosse.
The mission of the Legacy Lacrosse tournament is to create a highly competitive sports platform to encourage high school students to “Live Your Legacy.” Top professional and college lacrosse players and sports professionals are in attendance to encourage the players to make a difference by impacting one’s community, school, team, family and friends.
You can find more information on the Legacy Lacrosse Cup at www.legacylacrossecup.com.