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One of the biggest lacrosse tournaments in the region is taking place in Sisters this weekend. The Sisters Annual Lacrosse Invitational is expected to draw 1100 players and 57 teams, mostly from Oregon, but also as far away as Montana and Nevada. The tourney is at Sisters High School, Middle School and at the football/track complex. The teams are made up of boys and girls grades 4th thru 8th. We talked to a lacrosse parent from Salem who enjoys watching his 14 year old son Keaton, play the game. He says its like a combination of soccer and football: “Pretty exciting to watch. You're able to keep track of the ball; pretty action packed.” Parent Ben Kahn says they look forward to the tournament each year, in part because they get out of the rain and grey of the valley and get to come to sunny Central Oregon. We'll see if the weather cooperates this year. 

 

 

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