North Tahoe lacrosse | Girls place 4th in state championship
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.