Boys' Lacrosse scores and schedule, Spring 2015
Overall record: 0 - 0
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Apr. 13
Date Opponent Score
3-19 @ Potomac (Va.) 7:00 pm
3-24 @ Freedom-Woodbridge 7:00 pm
3-26 @ Osbourn Park 7:00 pm
4-13 Battlefield 7:00 pm
4-16 @ Osbourn 7:00 pm
4-20 Patriot 7:00 pm
4-23 @ Stonewall Jackson (W) 13 - 2
4-27 @ Forest Park 7:00 pm
4-29 Hylton (L) 9 - 8
5-4 Riverbend 7:00 pm
5-7 @ Colonial Forge 7:00 pm
5-9 @ Stafford 7:00 pm
5-14 Gar-Field (W) 14 - 1
6-5 Langley (L) 12 - 7
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