Demons lacrosse is like playing on a team of family — literally

Two sets of brothers help win state championship game

Posted 5/28/19

Players on the Golden High School Demons’ boys lacrosse team say that being on that team was like being part of a family. And for four of the players, that lacrosse family was literal. Here is a …

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Demons lacrosse is like playing on a team of family — literally

Two sets of brothers help win state championship game

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Players on the Golden High School Demons’ boys lacrosse team say that being on that team was like being part of a family.

And for four of the players, that lacrosse family was literal.

Here is a spotlight on the two sets of brothers who helped earn the win at the Class 4A boys lacrosse state championship game on May 20 at All-City Stadium in Denver.

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