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Lacrosse clubs cross in Snohomish

  • Sean Ryan / The Herald

  • Hanna Dalrymple (center) a Glacier Peak senior playing for the North Cascades Lacrosse South Sound club (NCLAX) yells at Superstix Lacrosse Club■─˘s T...

    Sean Ryan / The Herald

    Hanna Dalrymple (center) a Glacier Peak senior playing for the North Cascades Lacrosse South Sound club (NCLAX) yells at Superstix Lacrosse Club■─˘s Tristana Liest as teammate Billy McLaughlin goes to block her pass during the 2013 Cascade Cup in Snohomish. NCLAX lost to the Superstix club 13-4 in the first round of Sunday's high school division A tournament. The sixth annual Cascade Cup brings 27 girls lacrosse clubs and over two thousand spectators for the three-day tournament.

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  • Sean Ryan / The Herald

  • Hanna Dalrymple (center) a Glacier Peak senior playing for the North Cascades Lacrosse South Sound club (NCLAX) yells at Superstix Lacrosse Club■─˘s T...

    Sean Ryan / The Herald

    Hanna Dalrymple (center) a Glacier Peak senior playing for the North Cascades Lacrosse South Sound club (NCLAX) yells at Superstix Lacrosse Club■─˘s Tristana Liest as teammate Billy McLaughlin goes to block her pass during the 2013 Cascade Cup in Snohomish. NCLAX lost to the Superstix club 13-4 in the first round of Sunday's high school division A tournament. The sixth annual Cascade Cup brings 27 girls lacrosse clubs and over two thousand spectators for the three-day tournament.

Hanna Dalrymple, a senior at Glacier Peak High School who plays for the North Cascades Lacrosse South Sound Club, watches the ball rise after a draw against the Superstix Lacrosse Club of Seattle during the 2013 Cascade Cup in Snohomish on Sunday. The sixth annual competition brings 27 girls lacrosse clubs and more than 2,000 spectators to the three-day tournament.




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