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Max Seibald supports Lacrosse Non-Profit Org in TX
January 18, 2010

Max Seibald provided BRIDGE Lacrosse Dallas with 6 free scholarships to his Maximum Lacrosse Camps on Jan 9-10 in Southlake, TX. The BRIDGE program - Building Relationships to Initiate Diversity, Growth and Enrichment - operates a free afterschool Lacrosse program for underserved kids in the Dallas area.

 

According to Jeremy Winston, who was thrilled to be attending Max's camp, "Max was great! his fastest shot at the camp was 104 MPH. He let us tell him where to shoot the ball in the goal and he could put it exactly where we told him to. I learned some new dodges I can use against my opponents--the inside roll dodge, the bull dodge and the question mark dodge. He told us not to be a game hogger. He said 'You should give the person who assists you with goals the credit, too.'"

 

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