Mercer Island and Claremont are familiar foes

Claremont vs. Mercer Island: Lacrosse under the Friday Night Lights at UVic benefits KidSport

KidSport to benefit from Claremont secondary lacrosse game at UVic

The lacrosse academy of Claremont secondary is hosting its second annual Friday Night Lights (Nov. 25) event against southerly neighbours Mercer Island, from metropolitan Seattle.

Game time is 7 p.m. on the University of Victoria’s turf field No. 2, off Gabriola Road.

Claremont’s team recently toured New York and Philadelphia.

The school’s student government is hosting Friday’s event with all proceeds going to KidSport. The school’s dance program will put on a half-time performance.

Tickets are $5.

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