Lacrosse helps boy overcome learning disabilities

10/30/2008 | Lacrosse Magazine

Top high-school lacrosse player Julian Owens, 17, played his first game as a second-grader and quickly found the sport helped him do better in school. "If I didn't have lacrosse, school would be really hard and difficult," he said. "It keeps me motivated."

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