Bull City All Stars: Cullen Classic for Cancer

Women’s 2023 Highlights

Men’s 2023 Highlights

With over 30 collegiate programs now in the state, NCHSAA players have a variety of local choices to extend their lacrosse careers. There are now over 7,000 high school lacrosse players on 145 high school men’s teams and 124 women’s teams across North Carolina.

  • Help “Grow the Game” across North Carolina by providing recognition for the best high school players in an iconic venue.
  • Create a dynamic way to honor the contributions Tony Cullen made as a player, a coach, and a referee.
  • Support both the NCHSAA Tony Cullen Memorial Scholarship Fund and the Duke Cancer Institute.
  • Increase the positive impact the sport of lacrosse has upon North Carolina

The Chapel Hilltopper Lacrosse Foundation was pleased to present the NCHSAA with a check for $15,000 directed to the Tony Cullen Scholarship Fund. Through the generous support of volunteers and donors, this year’s donation was the largest to date and has allowed the NCHSAA to increase the annual awards. This year, two female and two male athletes will receive $2500.00 scholarships to be used at their new collegiate homes. Shown in the check presentation are Que Tucker, Director of the NCHSAA and Trey Waters, former Director of Supervisors along with Franklin and Kimberly Eastman Zirkle. A check for $2,000.00 was also presented to the Duke Cancer institute earlier in December. The Foundation was also pleased to provide financial support to several local middle schools and high schools both in 2023 and 2024. The Foundation has also provided donations to the local lacrosse officials organization both in Fayetteville and the Triangle, along with a donation to the North Carolina Lacrosse Coaches Association.

Women’s 2022 Highlights

Men’s 2022 Highlights