Panther City lacrosse gets first Indigenous player in team history

By Josh Giles Writer Panther City Lacrosse out of Fort Worth, Texas hasn’t seen the floor in the National Lacrosse League (NLL) yet, but they’ve made history in signing their first Indigenous player in team history. Jeremy Thompson will be joining the new team, and with him will come plenty of lacrosse experience. The Thompson signing was announced on August 10, and General Manager Bob Hamley couldn’t be more excited. “We are ecstatic to add Jeremy to our team. This signing was a priority for us as we entered into free agency. Jeremy has a tremendous skill set and has proven to be one of the better faceoff-transition players in our game. We look forward to the impact he is going to have on our team and city.” Thompson is…

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