The Roseburg High boys lacrosse team found out Thursday that it still has plenty of room for improvement. At least the Indians discovered as much in a winning effort, though. After falling behind 3-1 to Marist in the second quarter, the Indians closed the half with three unanswered goals and closed the door with a big third, winning their Midwestern League opener 10-4 at Finlay Field. Senior attack Jake Heverly poured in a game-high six goals, four of which were delivered consecutively in the third quarter to help Roseburg run away. The Indians overcame 20 turnovers, 11 penalties and a …
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