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North Tahoe lacrosse | Girls place 4th in state championship

The North Tahoe girls lacrosse team is pictured at the Nevada high school state championships at Spanish Springs the weekend of May 16-17. The North Tahoe team placed fourth in the tournament.
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In only its third year of existence, the North Tahoe girls lacrosse team held its own against some of the strongest teams in Nevada.

The Lakers, a varsity club team that competes in the High Sierra Lacrosse League, qualified for the Nevada high school state championship May 15-16 at Spanish Springs, where it finished fourth.

The North Tahoe team finished second in the High Sierra Lacrosse League with a 10-2 record.

At state, the Lakers lost both contests against large Las Vegas programs — Bishop Gorman and Centennial. Camryn Turner was named Most Valuable Player of the tournament.

For more information about the High Sierra Lacrosse League, go to highsierralax.org.