The Franklin Lacrosse Club which is entering its second season of competition at the high school level have been preparing themselves with twice weekly indoor practice sessions.
This years team welcomes several athletic newcomers to the roster. Losing only one senior player to graduation the 2012 squad has high hopes for the season as they enter play in the newly formed Classic Eight Conference.
Head Coach Eric Fernandes confirmed his teams high hopes and added most of the team has another year of lacrosse experience and are hungry for continued success and growth of the program.
Homes games will once again be played at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex in Franklin. Full schedule will be released shortly. Games are free admission and include halftime door prizes.
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