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Established in 2001, the Harrison High School Lacrosse program now has over 160 men and women players, ranging from middle school through High School. Additionally, more than 200 younger players are competing in Hoya Youth Lacrosse Association “feeder” programs, laying the foundation for a continued strong and growing program so the future will be Hoya "Rock Solid"
I would like to announce our 2018 HHSLBC Nominating Committee. The following have been chosen:
Coach Jeff Meese (Boys’ Head Coach)
Coach Melissa Jones (Girls’ Head Coach)
Josh Hawk (Designee for Principal Campbell)
Chris Leggett (current board member representative)
Becky Kelly (representative for boys’ Varsity)
Mike Chriszt (representative for boys’ Jr Varsity)
Robert Dennehy (representative for girls’ Varsity)
Stephanie Davidson (representative for girls’ Jr Varsity)
Following our Bi-Laws, I am asking Deborah Gibson to be our VP responsible for setting up the initial Nominating Committee meeting where they will simply be required to elect a chairperson to speak/communicate on behalf of the committee. Additional accomplishments are welcomed, but not required at this first meeting.
A great time was had by all as over (100) youth from the Hoya Youth program gathered during the high school games for recognition, fun, and Chickfila. The youth ran drills with the girls and boys Varsity teams and were annonced onto the stadium field prior to the Varsity Boys game vs River Ridge. Both the Hoya Varisty teams won their games!
A special shout out to Julie Austin, Mitze Hester, and Maria Bravo for their efforts to organize the evening and keep everyone fed. When you see these ladies next time please be sure to say thanks.
Otters Chicken on Dallas Hwy - April 9 & April 17
Stay tuned for more spirit nights and other updates.
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