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For their last district game, Magnolia Lacrosse played against Klein.

“They will be trying to earn their playoff bid Friday night, at West Stadium against Klein,” Rebecca Bryson said.

Since Magnolia Lacrosse won the previous game against Klein on their home field, Klein is out to beat us on our home field.

“The JV plays at 6:00 and Varsity at 7:30,” Bryson said. “It is the last home game of the season, and Klein is out for blood after we wrecked their undefeated season on their home turf three weeks ago,” Bryson said.

Bryson encourages everyone to come out to the field and help support the Magnolia Lacrosse team get a win.

“We would love to have fans out there in the stands,” Bryson said. “It is free and we have concessions.”

The stands are always filled with different types of fans, ranging from cheering parents to school spirited student fans.

“It looks to be a great game with very vibrant fans,” Bryson said.

Last year, the Magnolia Lacrosse team ended their season ranked number seven in the state of Texas. However, the varsity team also won their second undefeated District championship.

“We have one of the largest, fastest growing lacrosse programs in the area, our young guns are amazing,” Bryson said.

Even though Magnolia and Magnolia West are rivalries, in lacrosse both sides of the town team up to make one team.

“We have approximately 17 boys from West who play on the Magnolia Lacrosse team,” Bryson said. “If you see a young man in a boathouse jacket, wish them luck.”