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Huge Lacrosse Hit, Grave Digger

We initially posted this huge lacrosse hit on our social media outlets and received great reactions from people. The majority made an appeal that the sport has become softer than ever. We tend to agree. Read More…

Huge Lacrosse Hit, Grave Digger

Huge Lacrosse Hit, Grave Digger

We initially posted this huge lacrosse hit on our social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) and received great reactions from people. The majority made an appeal that the sport has become softer than ever. We tend to agree. Generally speaking (not in reference to the included hit), if a hit isn’t high and doesn’t include hands and crosschecking, then let them effing play. Blindside hits? If you can’t hear the footsteps, then you shouldn’t lace up your cleats.

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Let the kids play. That said, the new rules, which forbid running starts, suck.

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Jack
Jack
7 years ago

This is absolutely fucking ridiculous. To have the audacity to support a view effectively implying that when someone is ‘playing’ lacrosse, its the most important thing they are doing. Any sort of injury that ever occurs in sports is unfortunate, because ultimately athletes have other more important things to do in their lives. Any rule then should directly consider the athlete’s well being outside of the sport. We stop people from using guns in sports because using guns is wrong, not because we created the sport so now get to choose what is right and wrong within the context of the sport.

You’re extending your reach too far lacrosse playground, theres a reason its called a game.

Jon
Jon
7 years ago
Reply to  Jack

Jack, your statement about guns is ridiculous. It’s lacrosse and a hit is part if the game. Unless you play women’s lacrosse which it sounds might suit you more.

Austin
Austin
7 years ago
Reply to  Jack

You were probably a goalie

Austin
Austin
7 years ago
Reply to  Jack

You were probably a goalie

JackisanIDIOT
JackisanIDIOT
7 years ago
Reply to  Jack

Jack… did you even play lacrosse? Those hits are part of the sport… And your comment about guns is the dumbest thing I’ve ever hear. yes it is a game, however so is football, and there are hits like that on every single play of a game. Grow a sack man. It was a blindside hit. Happens to quarterbacks in the NFL. Are you going to defend that argument with a stupid statement about guns too? Austin you were right. He probably was a goalie.

Jack
Jack
7 years ago

This is absolutely fucking ridiculous. To have the audacity to support a view effectively implying that when someone is ‘playing’ lacrosse, its the most important thing they are doing. Any sort of injury that ever occurs in sports is unfortunate, because ultimately athletes have other more important things to do in their lives. Any rule then should directly consider the athlete’s well being outside of the sport. We stop people from using guns in sports because using guns is wrong, not because we created the sport so now get to choose what is right and wrong within the context of the sport.

You’re extending your reach too far lacrosse playground, theres a reason its called a game.

Jack
Jack
7 years ago

This is absolutely fucking ridiculous. To have the audacity to support a view effectively implying that when someone is ‘playing’ lacrosse, its the most important thing they are doing. Any sort of injury that ever occurs in sports is unfortunate, because ultimately athletes have other more important things to do in their lives. Any rule then should directly consider the athlete’s well being outside of the sport. We stop people from using guns in sports because using guns is wrong, not because we created the sport so now get to choose what is right and wrong within the context of the sport.

You’re extending your reach too far lacrosse playground, theres a reason its called a game.

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