Eagles lacrosse set for first full PIAA-sanctioned season
The Conneaut Area Senior High School athletics program has seen its share of firsts over the last couple years. And even as the second school year of CASH’s existence winds down, here comes yet another first.
The Eagles girls lacrosse program was set to start its first fully-scheduled, school-sponsored, PIAA-sanctioned season against Seneca Valley on Monday. That game, however, was postponed, making Saturday’s Villa Maria Tournament the team’s first scheduled varsity action.
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