[2012] Bryan Hartman (2 Even): LACROSSE REPORT

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[2012] Bryan Hartman (2 Even): LACROSSE REPORT


Early data on lacrosse, from missionaries such as French Jesuits in Huron country in the 1630s and English explorers, such as Jonathan Carver in the mid-eighteenth century in the Great Lakes area, are scant and often conflicting. The oldest surviving sticks date only from the first quarter of the nineteenth century, and the first detailed reports on Indian lacrosse are even later. The game is played with skill and strategy. some rules of the game is that you start of with a face-off, when you are attacking, you nhave too work together, and when you are subing in, you can sub on the go or when nthe play has stopped.

The equipment that is involed with this sport is a healment, sholder pades, elboe pades, gloves, a locrosse stick, a mouth gared, and a lacrosse ball.

History and rules

The benifets of the sport is that it is a non-stop moving game. You have to be able to run the whole game and not get tired out. You have to be fast as well as quick. You need to be able to catch the other team. More benifts of the sport is that there is a lot a differnet excerises that are involed during practices that will keep you in shap for the begining to end of the season of lacorsse. Recent news on lacrosse is that National Lacrosse Hall of Fame coach Clayton A. “Buddy” Beardmore, who led Maryland the NCAA championship in 1973 and 1975, died Wednesday of complications related to Parkinson’s disease.


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This sport is unique because this sport uses a stick with a head that you have to cradle the ball. This sport interstes me because there is a lot a skill involed and the sport revoles around using teamwork. this sport is at a good fast pace that makes the game very interesting.

A few people who have played or play lacrosse are Jason Coffman, Paul Gait, Jimmy Lewis, and Jim Thorpe


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