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Girls lacrosse in Minnesota growing with help of social media challenge

The U.S. Club Lacrosse Organization set up a People’s Champion competition. It’s a social media challenge to determine the top girls player in each class.

MINNEAPOLIS — The trick is to click. For Ella Berg, Jaylen Rosga and others, this is a chance to grow the game in Minnesota.

The U.S. Club Lacrosse Organization set up a People’s Champion competition. It’s a social media challenge to determine the top girls player in the country in each class.

JaRosga is going to be junior at Henry Sibley High School and will play for Gentry in the upcoming season. Cate Isaacson plays club in Minnesota but attends high school in Ohio. Berg will be a freshman at Gentry Academy.

You can cast your vote here: https://www.usclublax.com/pc-landing-page.html

Along with the help of Lacrosse Monkey, a club based in Minnesota, these girls have dreams of continuing their careers in college. Ella, Jaylen and Cate all have played for or currently play for this club team.

Credit: KARE

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