PLL celebrates Indigenous heritage

By Josh Giles Writer The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) has had a phenomenal year. With the addition of the Cannons Lacrosse Club to the fold, and stars like Lyle Thompson and Randy Staats coming into the fray, they have had a fantastic season. This past weekend it wrapped up in Albany, and they wanted to make sure that they do it right, by giving fans and players a chance to celebrate where the Medicine Game came from. “This weekend in Albany, the PLL will celebrate Indigenous heritage,” the league announced before the weekend got underway. “The games and surrounding festivities will include prominent featuring of Native players, people, and culture – as well as fundraising efforts for Native causes and organizations like the National Native American Boarding School (NABS) Healing…

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