The Upper Arlington High School boys and girls lacrosse teams will be well-represented among the Under Armour Underclassmen Games Saturday at Towson University in Towson, Md.

The Upper Arlington High School boys and girls lacrosse teams will be well-represented among the Under Armour Underclassmen Games Saturday at Towson University in Towson, Md.

The boys team, which finished 18-2 overall after defeating Worthington Kilbourne 10-8 in the Division I state championship game on June 5, will be represented by juniors Adam Narwicz, a midfielder, and Cam Williams, an attacker.

Narwicz and Williams are two of the eight local players on the Midwest boys all-star team. They will join Dublin Jerome's Christian Beith, Wes Faulkenberry and Leo Horine, Dublin Coffman's Ryan Borcherding and Evan Bowdy and Olentangy's Kyle Moses. The Midwest squad, which drew players from a six-state region, will be in Pool B with Long Island, New Jersey and Washington D.C.'s all-star teams.

"It's another opportunity for them to compete with and against some of the best players in the country," coach Ted Wolford said. "It's a good chance for them to gauge where they are in a fun atmosphere."

The girls team, which finished 17-3-1 overall after losing to Medina 15-9 in the Division I girls state championship will be represented sophomores Molly Groza, a defender, Sally Holbert, an attacker, and Erin Steen, a midfielder. The trio will join Thomas Worthington's Kendall Gordon and Jenny Danko on the squad that drew players from Ohio, Illinois and Minnesota.