A Day In The Life, Of Harlem Lacrosse Students (Video)

US Lacrosse Magazine reports on the day in the life of Harlem Lacrosse, students featuring PS 76, a public middle school in Central Harlem where lacrosse has become part of the fabric of the school.

Here’s the video:

The video was directed by Assembly Films’s Chris Bean profiles Harlem Lacrosse and its unique, school-based program model. Lacrosse has become part of the fabric of the school culture. Senior program directors Brittain Altomare and Spencer Riehl along with a number of Harlem Lacrosse student-athletes are profiled telling their unique story about the power sports have to transform lives.

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