In sports, you’ve surely heard the saying: “You gotta have heart!” This can be interpreted two ways.
The New York City Department of Health (DOH) has given clearance for outdoor competitive play for high-risk sports to resume across the city in mid-April. This includes competitive team practices, games, scrimmages, meets, matches, and tournaments for football and contact lacrosse.
The number of local diocesan girls’ lacrosse teams increased three-fold. So far, the new league has provided a learning experience for the TMLA, St. Edmund Prep and Bishop Kearney teams to understand a new sport.
When the Bishop Loughlin H.S., Fort Greene, boys’ lacrosse program was founded in the spring of 2012, many of the student-athletes, especially the freshmen, were eager to try out the school’s newest sport.