LACROSSE:  Apex started off the year 5-2 but ended it with a trophy. On May 22, Apex’s Jack Hayden lifts the state championship trophy to celebrate with his teammates following the 4A state lacrosse championship between Apex and Charlotte Catholic on May 22. Apex won the game 7-6. The Cougars closed out the 2015 season with 15 straight wins en route to its second NCHSAA title in three seasons.
LACROSSE: Apex started off the year 5-2 but ended it with a trophy. On May 22, Apex’s Jack Hayden lifts the state championship trophy to celebrate with his teammates following the 4A state lacrosse championship between Apex and Charlotte Catholic on May 22. Apex won the game 7-6. The Cougars closed out the 2015 season with 15 straight wins en route to its second NCHSAA title in three seasons. Ray Black III newsobserver.com
LACROSSE: Apex started off the year 5-2 but ended it with a trophy. On May 22, Apex’s Jack Hayden lifts the state championship trophy to celebrate with his teammates following the 4A state lacrosse championship between Apex and Charlotte Catholic on May 22. Apex won the game 7-6. The Cougars closed out the 2015 season with 15 straight wins en route to its second NCHSAA title in three seasons. Ray Black III newsobserver.com

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