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Here Comes Boys Lacrosse Season: Edison HS Opens Thursday

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EDISON, NJ - The Edison High School varsity boys lacrosse team will open its season on the road Thursday in Ocean County against New Egypt.

The 16-game slate also includes home-and-away dates against crosstown rival J.P. Stevens, and games against Bishop Ahr and St. Joseph of Metuchen.

Edison will be looking to improve on its 3-13 record of last season.

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The complete schedule is here:

EDISON BOYS LACROSSE 2018 SCHEDULE

3/29 at New Egypt
4/3 at Bishop Ahr
4/5 St. Joe's
4/10 Wardlaw-Hartridge
4/12 at Old Bridge
4/14 at Mater Dei
4/17 at East Brunswick
4/19 Monroe
4/24 South Brunswick
4/26 at North Brunswick
4/28 at Bernards
5/1 at J.P. Stevens
5/5 Middletown North
5/12 at Hawthorne
5/17 at Wardlaw-Hartridge
5/19 J.P. Stevens

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