The Roseburg High girls lacrosse team had over a month of practice before its season opener Thursday and the Indians turned in a dominant performance against West Albany. Ten different players scored goals as Roseburg took a 12-0 halftime lead and finished with a 22-1 South League victory at Fremont Middle School. “We were definitely ready to get the season started and I think we came out and rocked it,” said senior Kalina Larecy, who contributed two goals and one assist. “We still have a lot of things we need to work on and were slow getting started, but it …
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