Sticking with it for a chance to be part of an elite team

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Maryland through the eyes of Sun photographers

February 27, 2006|By PHOTOS BY DOUG KAPUSTIN | PHOTOS BY DOUG KAPUSTIN,SUN PHOTOGRAPHER

With a brief hint of spring teasing the area Saturday afternoon, over 350 girls - divided into six age groups - made their way to McDonogh School in Owings Mills to compete for a spot on this year's M&D lacrosse club teams. Founded in 2001 by former Mount Hebron coach and current McDonogh coach Chris Robinson, M&D lacrosse is one of the elite programs in the region. Girls come from as far away as Delaware and Northern Virginia for a chance to make the roster. They go in knowing that a commitment of two or three practices a week during the summer, Sunday practices and tournaments is expected. Teams won't be announced until evaluations are completed Sunday.

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