‘It’s a Movement Not a Moment’: Lacrosse Must Change

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This past week in lacrosse has been exhausting and one for many. Not only was it the start of the PLL Championship Series and the end to a COVID-19 impacted MLL week-long season, but it was a week of fighting for change. Continue reading “‘It’s a Movement Not a Moment’: Lacrosse Must Change”

Hampton Lands Commitment From Aris Brown

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The Hampton Pirates picked up a commitment in the 2020 class on Saturday night, as Sierra Canyon (Calif.) midfielder Aris Brown signed with the Pirates.

Brown, who is the son of Pro Football and National Lacrosse Hall of Famer Jim Brown, announced his commitment to the Pirates via Instagram on Saturday night. Brown is the 15th addition to the Pirates’ 2020 class. Continue reading “Hampton Lands Commitment From Aris Brown”

KY High School Week Two: DeSales Claims First Win, The Purples Own Bowling Green

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Head coach Tyler Whitchurch and the DeSales Colts claimed their first win in program history on Saturday as they took down Anderson County, 19-7, on the road. The Colts move to 1-2 after the victory. Anderson County drops to 0-2.  Continue reading “KY High School Week Two: DeSales Claims First Win, The Purples Own Bowling Green”

Newness Looms Over the Bluegrass as the 2020 High School Season Approaches

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After all the offseason changes and preseason banter, the high school lacrosse season in the Bluegrass State is just days away. And one common theme seems to be echoing across the state: newness. Continue reading “Newness Looms Over the Bluegrass as the 2020 High School Season Approaches”

Mailbag: Questions Surrounding The KHSAA Possibly Sanctioning Lacrosse

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Ever since the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) announced back in the fall that they would be holding a vote on whether to sanction lacrosse or not, I have been getting questions from people in and outside of Kentucky about why the KHSAA decided to take a serious look now, what would KHSAA look like, and many other pieces surrounding this whole thing.  Continue reading “Mailbag: Questions Surrounding The KHSAA Possibly Sanctioning Lacrosse”

Dante Trader, Jr., to Play Lacrosse and Football at Maryland

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Just two months after committing to play lacrosse for John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins lacrosse program, Dante Trader Jr. has now given Mike Locksley and the Terrapins football team his commitment, as well.  Continue reading “Dante Trader, Jr., to Play Lacrosse and Football at Maryland”