Absolutely. There's a crankshaft made by stx for college, and if it's good enough for NCAA it's good enough for high school.
no it is not!
it depends on how serious you are about playing, but i think that the crankshaft is the best.
Yes it can, but i don't think any more than 10 degrees. check out some STX crankshafts they have good ones if that's what your looking for.
MHTV High School Sports - 2011 Girls Lacrosse MIAA Championship 3-6 was released on: USA: 29 May 2013
MHTV High School Sports - 2011 Girls Lacrosse vs- Danvers 3-3 was released on: USA: 26 April 2013
The game of lacrosse played by high school students
you can get high school lacrosse rankings on laxpower.com they have all of the states and high schools that play lacrosse competitively
in youth leagues its recommended and in high school its whatever you want
At my high school we couldn't play two sports at once, but you should play Lacrosse, its more fun
No,but highfives are acceptable.
The Colorado High School Activities Association features the following sports: Baseball, Basketball(boys and girls), Cross Country, Field Hockey, Golf, Football, Soccer(boys and girls), Lacrosse(boys and girls), Tennis(boys and girls), Track, Softball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Swimming(boys and girls)
Wallington High School for Girls was created in 1888.
Paul Rabil got serious about Lacrosse as a freshmen in high school