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Gloucester Lacrosse athletes take game to higher level

Two members of the Gloucester Lacrosse Association have taken their game to a higher level.

Midfielder Jake Ledbetter will attend Virginia Wesleyan University on a partial scholarship. Goalie Sam Carmine was named first-team All-Conference in the Hampton Roads Lacrosse League and was later selected to play in the HR Lacrosse High School Varsity All-Star Game.

Carmine played the first half for the North squad as goalie, had 16 saves, no turnovers and only two goals against. The North went on to beat the South, 9-8, and Carmine was named defensive MVP.

The Gloucester Lacrosse Association started five years ago with the mission of growing the game in Gloucester County. “Through summer camps and with the great support of Gloucester Parks and Recreation, volunteer coaches, volunteer board members, players and families of players, this mission continues to be met,” GLA president Larry C. Brownley Jr. said.

Gloucester Lacrosse will hold its summer camp June 25-28. For more inf...

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