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Kaitlyn Dooley verbally commits to Longwood University

After a busy recruiting process, Barron Collier junior attacker Kaitlyn Dooley verbally committed to Longwood (Va.) University to play women’s lacrosse.

Dooley, who will be a starter for the Cougars this season, Cougars head coach Mick Ferrucci said, had several offers but ultimately settled with the Lancers. 165 more words

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Jefferson Academy plans for boys lacrosse in spring 2016

KUSA – Jefferson Academy is planning to get a 2016 Boys Lacrosse team. According to the academy’s athletic director, Michael Wilson, “Jefferson Academy is excited to launch, for the first time, a boy’s lacrosse program beginning in the spring of 2016.” 257 more words

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2014 Philadelphia High School Lacrosse Showcase

The Philly lacrosse showcase is an annual recruiting event which features local lacrosse players from all grades and backgrounds looking to pursue their dreams of playing the game of lacrosse at the next level. 318 more words

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HS Lax: Burning River Lacrosse releases latest boys poll

This spring, Burning River Lacrosse is collaborating with local high school boys lacrosse coaches to put together a weekly Top 10 Poll for the Cleveland area. 226 more words

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Nationally Ranked Milton Wins 8th Girls Lacrosse Championship

The Milton Lady Eagles added their 8th lacrosse championship to the trophy case with a 16-13 victory over Walton in the Georgia 6A finals. It’s the 5th straight state championship for the Lady Eagles. 103 more words

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Blue Devils Eliminated In OT Playoff Game

HUNTINGTON, New York, May 22

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

“Watch out for us next year.”

That’s what Head Coach Kathy Wright of the Huntington girls varsity lacrosse team said on Tuesday after her team’s season ended. 493 more words

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Thunderbirds Survive Scare, Dominate Playoff Win

DIX HILLS, New York, May 22

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

If there was ever a time to apply the saying “a tale of two halves,” it would be for Monday’s boys lacrosse playoff game between No. 471 more words

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