AJO4LAX Fest Set for March 23

This year's high school lacrosse extravaganza and benefit includes Pope, Lassiter and Walton.

Press release from the Andrew Oswalt Memorial Fund, organizers of the AJO4LAX Fest:

In what has become metro Atlanta’s most highly anticipated spring lacrosse event, eight top-ranked area high school varsity teams will play in the AJO4LAX Fest on March 23 at Pope High School.

Gates open at 10 AM and the face-off for the first game of this four-game, GHSA-sanctioned lacrosse marathon is 11 AM. All games will be played on the turf field at Pope HS football stadium, and one ticket is good for admission to all four games:

  • 11am – Walton HS v. Pope HS;
  • 1 pm – Centennial HS v. Lambert HS
  • 3 pm – Decatur HS v. Lassiter HS
  • 5 pm – Northview HS v. The Westminster School

The AJO4Lax Fest honors the memory of Andrew Oswald, a star Pope High School attack man who tragically died as a result of a single-car accident in Marietta, GA in 2005. Proceeds from the event support the Andrew J. Oswald Memorial Fund, Ltd.

“We continue striving to ensure that our teens are properly educated before they get behind the wheel,” said Andrew Oswald’s father, and the Fund’s co-founder and President, Bruce Oswald. “Our primary mission for the last two years has been helping Georgia’s teen lacrosse players to make the right “life” decisions.”

Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for children under 12, and they will be sold at the door.

For additional AJO4LAX Fest sponsorship information, to make a tax-deductible donation, request a scholarship application, or for advanced ticket sales contact Bruce or Kathleen Oswald, www.ajo4lax.com, the_oswalds@ajo4lax.com or (678) 777-3041.


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