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Boy’s LAX is Renewed After Loss Against Harbor

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Boy’s LAX is Renewed After Loss Against Harbor

Riley Foster, Journalist

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CdM Boys Lacrosse has a rough go against Newport harbor last week, although they played admirably. Throughout the entire game, the scores were extremely close: CdM winning by one and then Newport winning by one and so on. It was a nail biting game. Much of the game was played on the offensive. Goalie Kyle Cord, with the help of his defensive players, always defended their side well. The fault was that come shots attempted were not directed to the goal. On the bright side, CdM Lax is undefeated but two games. But they have not let that hurt their pride. They have been training harder than ever and are ready to come back and show Newport what they have got.

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