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    Why Lacrosse Is Important

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    Running down the lacrosse field with the wind blowing against you, dodging left and right passed your opponents, is the best feeling in the world. Lacrosse has been a major part of my life for as long as I can remember. Fortunately, I have the talent, heart, and drive to play at high levels. It is not always easy and requires a huge commitment. It is stressful trying to balance school and lacrosse, but I have learned the importance of doing so. The bond I share with my parents has been the main reason I am where I am today. I started playing lacrosse at five years old, with my mom as my coach. It was great to share this time and enthusiasm with her. My parents played lacrosse in college and regularly critique my performance, lend advice, and practice with me. It is important to me to spend time with my family and lacrosse has allowed me to grow closer to them. They attend all my games and are my biggest fans; their support makes me work…

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    When I am not in school, and not with my friends, I am definitely doing something lacrosse oriented. Even before I began playing lacrosse, I was told by my bestfriend that lacrosse was referred to as “the creator’s game” by his coach. The first time I set foot on a lacrosse field was in 4th grade, and it is just as hard to take that foot off the field now, as it was the first day. My burning passion for the game only grows stronger the more I play. Lacrosse has also given me opportunities…

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    Lacrosse In America Essay

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    Did you know the first sport played in the Americas was lacrosse? The game of lacrosse can be considered as the oldest sport in the Americas. The sport of lacrosse has been around since the Native Americans freely roamed the Americas. The sport was not always just for fun, it also had spiritual and traditional aspects to it. The Indians believed that lacrosse was the “Creator’s Game”. The game was often played to resolve conflicts, heal the sick, and develop stronger men for battle. The…

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    Period 5 CP English 11 Mr King Lacrosse The game of lacrosse dates back to before most sports. The game was originally played by the Native Americans in the North American continent. This sport has evolved over time and has dramatically changed the intent and strategies of the game. The game has grown so much since it was founded . This game is played on a much larger scale now. Teams compete all over the USA and the world. Most players have forgot the meaning of the game and what it was…

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    The History of Lacrosse Lacrosse is one of the oldest sports still being played to this day. The history of lacrosse dates back to the early 16th century around 400 years ago. Lacrosse was first played by the Native American more specifically the Algonquian tribe. The game was played in the St. Lawrence River Valley area first and then spread to the other tribes from the east to west. The game wasn’t only meant to toughen up young warriors for war but also for “fun and spritual reasons”…

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    Great Lacrosse Player

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    10/19/16 Effective Writing John Jenkins Lacrosse The 3 Most Important Skills Every Great Lacrosse Player Needs There are countless talented and famous lacrosse players, but truly great players are rare at best. These great lacrosse players, use their natural talents to help them master three qualities that transform them from good to great. Many aspects affect the quality of a lacrosse player, but the three most important are his mental skills, stick skills, and athleticism. All great…

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    their own tests. Another evidence piece was information from the players’ cell phones. The records showed the contradictions to the victim’s accusations, thus making them false. Also, the owner of the house where the party was hosted was accused of the crime due to the DNA found in his residence. 2. Discuss the photo drop, the problems with it and how should it have been done better. The photo drop included only lacrosse players, without any non-suspect fillers. The victim identified some…

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    I am looking forward to starting my new job here at BusCom Consulting. Before I begin my work I would like to introduce myself to you. My Background I was born and raised in Springfield, Pa, which is a small town in the suburbs of Philadelphia. I have a deep love for the city of Philadelphia, and I am a fan of the Eagles, Flyers, and Phillies. I live with my parents, as well as my younger brother and sister. I have played organized sports all my life, including dance, soccer, track, and…

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    I gripped my lacrosse stick like a blanket on a cold winter night, scared down to my bones about what I was about to do. I peeked the back door open to see if anyone was watching, but I knew that no one would be up at this time of night. I grabbed my backpack from the table and quickly ran out the door toward the woods not sure what was lurking in its darkness. I ran through the trees as briskly as I could, nimble on my feet. I knew no one could catch me now, no one knows what I’ve done. I was…

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    money that colleges pay their sports employees. With paying these employees, there is no way you can pay all athletes. Even if it were possible to pay student-athletes, we could not pay every athlete equally. Although Texas A&M’s total revenue is $192,608,876, Coppin State in Baltimore’s total revenue is $3,442,399 (How Much Money Can You Earn In A Sports Job). Coppin State would not be able to pay its athletes as much as Texas A&M does. Also, not all sports would get paid the same. For…

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