Cathedral Catholic holds Military Appreciation Day

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The Cathedral Catholic High School lacrosse teams held their third annual Military Appreciation Day on April 12, benefiting the local Warrior Foundation-Freedom Station.

The Cathedral Catholic Girls Varsity Lacrosse team played Mt. Carmel Girls Varsity Lacrosse to kick off the event. The military salute, USMC Color Guard and national anthem were held at 6:30 p.m. To end the evening, Cathedral Catholic Varsity Boys Lacrosse played St. Margaret’s Varsity Boys Lacrosse. All proceeds will benefit Warrior Foundation-Freedom Station. Visit www.warriorfoundation.com and www.freedomstation.org. Photos by Anna Scipione

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