7 Grand Rapids lacrosse players headed to nationals with Team Michigan

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Seven Grand Rapids area girls lacrosse players have been named ‘ Grand Rapids Christian and Maddie Yakes of Rockford.

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Seven Grand Rapids area girls lacrosse players have been named 2018 Maverik National Lacrosse All-Stars and will participate in next week’s Maverik National Lacrosse Academy

The academy will be July 16-19 in Frederica, Del., at the DE Turf Sportsplex. The players selected are:

Anna Knuble of East Grand Rapids, Catholic Central’s Annie Gilbert, Libby Gilbert and Lauren Marosi, Erin Kloostra of Forest Hills, Kate DeYoung of Grand Rapids Christian and Maddie Yakes of Rockford. Team Michigan will face opponents from New York, Maryland, Washington DC and Florida in bracket play. The Maverik National Lacrosse Academy brings the top youth lacrosse players in the United States and Canada to one venue, where regional teams, coached by NCAA lacrosse coaches, compete to become the 2018 national championship.

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