Churchill graduate Louis Dubick, seen during the 2015 season, played in the Under Armour All-American game on July 3, scoring three goals.
Photo by Harvey Levine
Surrounded by some of the best talent in the country, Churchill graduate Louis Dubick’s stat line compared favorably.
Dubick fired a team-high 10 shots and tied a team high with three goals, helping the South team to a 25-17 victory on July 3 in the Under Armour All-America Game at Towson University.
Dubick also tallied an assist for the South team, which outscored the North 9-0 in the third quarter and 17-5 in the second half.
“I didn’t really feel like I stood out, there were so many good players and so many good plays made,” Dubick wrote in an email. “I was just happy I got on the scoresheet.”
Dubick, who will play at the University of Maryland, was the only player from a Montgomery County Public School to compete in the Under Armour All-America Game.
“The Under Armour All-America Game was the most unique experience I have ever had,” Dubick wrote. “For three nights they pretty much housed us, clothed us, and fed us. We were treated like royalty. Lacrosse-wise, every player there had an unbelievable skill set and it was a real joy to play with the best of the best.”
Before the Under Armour All-American Game, Dubick competed in the Vail Lacrosse Shootout as member of the Baltimore Crabs. The Crabs won the championship with a 17-13 win over Colorado on July 1 and Dubick was named tournament MVP.
Now he will take some time to relax.
“Now that I am done playing, I will be taking some time to vacation to California and the Middle East,” Dubick wrote. “Then I will be home in August to get in shape for Maryland.”
Dubick finished his high school career as the state’s all-time leader in goals scored, assists and points scored. He led Churchill to three 4A/3A North region championships and a trip to the 2015 state championship game.