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Game Photos: Denver Outlaws and Chesapeake Bayhawks Come to Blows

The Denver Outlaws travelled east to scrimmage the Chesapeake Bayhawks this past weekend at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Md. The scrimmage featured the teams’ traditional players, yet the rain apparently spoiled the afternoon. The two teams fought at least four times before the game ended. Read More…

The Denver Outlaws travelled east to scrimmage the Chesapeake Bayhawks this past weekend at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Md. The scrimmage featured the teams’ traditional players, yet the rain apparently spoiled the afternoon. The two teams fought at least four times before the game ended.

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Gamurph
Gamurph
9 years ago

There’s no place for fighting in field lacrosse. MLL’s primary fan base is youth lacrosse players and they have a responsibility to set a positive example. Leave the fighting to the hockey wannabees in the NLL.

Gamurph
Gamurph
9 years ago

There’s no place for fighting in field lacrosse. MLL’s primary fan base is youth lacrosse players and they have a responsibility to set a positive example. Leave the fighting to the hockey wannabees in the NLL.

Gamurph
Gamurph
9 years ago

There’s no place for fighting in field lacrosse. MLL’s primary fan base is youth lacrosse players and they have a responsibility to set a positive example. Leave the fighting to the hockey wannabees in the NLL.

Gamurph
Gamurph
9 years ago

There’s no place for fighting in field lacrosse. MLL’s primary fan base is youth lacrosse players and they have a responsibility to set a positive example. Leave the fighting to the hockey wannabees in the NLL.

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5 years ago
Reply to  Gamurph

well then youre a pussy

Gamurph
Gamurph
9 years ago

There’s no place for fighting in field lacrosse. MLL’s primary fan base is youth lacrosse players and they have a responsibility to set a positive example. Leave the fighting to the hockey wannabees in the NLL.

Gamurph
Gamurph
9 years ago

There’s no place for fighting in field lacrosse. MLL’s primary fan base is youth lacrosse players and they have a responsibility to set a positive example. Leave the fighting to the hockey wannabees in the NLL.

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