Rare game played between two reservation teams to showcase lacrosse as an American Indian sport
As the sun broke through a wall of dark clouds, a group of high school kids wearing lacrosse pads and dirt-streaked jerseys kneeled at the center of a grassy field on the Flathead Indian Reservation, arms on each other’s shoulders, and prayed. The teenagers were gathered at the Two Eagle River School football field that day for a rare lacrosse matchup between two teams from Western American Indian reservations - the 10Stick and Nadzitsaga lacrosse clubs.
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