Lacrosse players celebrate ‘Honor the Game Day’

On March 28 student athletes from Pacific Ridge School and Carmel Valley Youth Lacrosse kicked off the season with lacrosse games and a celebration of “Honor the Game Day” as part of a partnership with the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).

Pacific Ridge School was the first school in San Diego to partner with PCA, a Stanford University-based organization that encourages values in sports such as teamwork, discipline, respect and goal setting.

Lacrosse players ranging from sixth to eighth grade participated in the Saturday games and festivities.

For more information about PCA, visit www.positivecoach.org.

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