Mylan Park in Morgantown hosted its second annual off season lacrosse tournament on Sunday.
A total of nine teams from across the state took part in the action.
They had games outdoors on the turf field at Mylan Park, along with games being played inside Pro Performance.
Four of the nine schools in attendance were local ones such as University, Preston, Fairmont Senior and Morgantown.
Mohigans head coach Thomas Moore said the tournament serves as a nice precursor to the upcoming season.
"It's a chance for them to get their sticks in their hands and to get playing. That's for any team at all. That's why we do this. Sporting Elite and Pro Performance are trying to make this state better as a whole as far as lacrosse goes. This is a great way to do it. It's a full size regulation game, it's eight on eight. This is a lot more game-like than what they're going to see anywhere else."
Among the teams competing, Hurricane High School is the newest West Virginia school to add lacrosse to its athletic program. The teams played from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Sunday.