Cathedral Catholic lacrosse teams honor military

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The Cathedral Catholic High School lacrosse teams held their second annual
Military Appreciation Day on March 23, a benefit lacrosse game with all proceeds
going to the Warrior Foundation and the Navy SEAL Foundation.

The girls’ and boys’ varsity lacrosse teams each played a home game, interspersed with a performance by the U.S. Navy Parachute Team (the Leap Frogs), appearance by the U.S. Marine Corps Color Guard, and singing of the national anthem.

–Photos/Anna Scipione

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