Natick 4th Grade Lacrosse Team To Scrimmage For Glory and For Good

NATICK – The Natick 4th grade lacrosse girls will be playing an intra-town game to benefit A Place to Turn food pantry.

This is the first year for this event. The girls will not only be collecting non-perishable food at the event, but they will be battling for a vintage wooden lacrosse stick which will be offered to the middle school of the winning team to display until the game next year.

The Kennedy Komodo Dragons and the Wilson Wild Wolverines are comprised of 4th graders who will be going to either Kennedy Middle School or Wilson Middle School next year.

These young ladies have a range of experience ranging for first-year players to players who already have 3 or more years of lacrosse under their belt.

Some of these girls will continue to play and eventually will land at the Natick High School varsity team. So come and see Natick’s future stars today.

The game is scheduled for Saturday, May 18 at 6 p.m. at the Natick JV lacrosse field on West Street across from the Mahan Baseball Field

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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