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CMAs McEnery staying south to play lacrosse at Coker College
CAMDEN MILITARY ACADEMYS Shane McEnery is joined by his father, John McEnery, as he signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and lacrosse-playing pursuits at Coker College. Looking on from behind, from left, are CMA head lacrosse coach Captain C.J. Willox, CMA Dean of Students, John Heflin, 1st Sgt. Lewis Collins of CMA and CMA assistant lacrosse coach Captain Russell Rowe. - photo by Photo provided by CMA
When you think of the hotbeds of lacrosse in the United States, the two regions of the country which usually pop up first in your mind are the areas in and around Baltimore as well as Long Island in New York. When you think of San Jose, California, you sometimes picture houses with Spanish-style orange tiles for roofs or, possibly the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League. But to call the largest city in northern California the cradle of lacrosse would not be giving San Jose its proper due.