iLacrosse interviews Max Quinzani, the 3rd overall pick. Quinzani was selected by his hometown team, the Boston Cannons.
NEW & NOTES
- Don’t you wish you had the chance to play in the Gotham Lacrosse League? | Lax All Stars
- CRA cracks down on Canadian Lacrosse Association | National Post
- Navy’s Stan Ross a finalist for Washington College job | Washington Post
- Stony Brook’s Waldeck selected 17th overall in Major League Lacrosse draft | Examiner.com
- Hearing for George Huguely delayed | Washington Post
- Judge: Media can see portions of documents in U-Va. case | Washington Post
- New York: Former Holy Trinity Star makes it to the NCAA Lacrosse Final Four | MaxPreps
- New York: Ithaca’s balance keys ‘A’ boys lacrosse victory | Ithaca Journal
- New York: Lakers stunned by Corning East in lacrosse regionals | CNY Link
- Connecticut: New Fairfield boys reach Class M lacrosse final | NewsTimes.com
- Connecticut: Best season in Ledyard history ends in state semis | Norwich Bulletin
- Massachusetts: Beverly overwhelms boys lacrosse in tournament | WH Express
- Maryland: Festival puts cap on lacrosse season for county families | HometownGlenburnie.com
- Ohio: All-Ohio boys lacrosse teams named | Cincinnati.com
- Michigan: Forest Hills Central defeats Okemos to capture regional lacrosse title | mLive.com
- Michigan: West Ottawa’s Steve Grant named Sentinel’s Boys Lacrosse Player of Year | Holland Sentinel
- Texas: Highland Park’s Chris Hipps gets top honors | Dallas News
Paul Rabil as a youngster?
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