Bruce Million films the Millbrook boys lacrosse team in April against Wakefield at Wakefield High School. National high school rules are changing to allow coaches to use electronic devices on the sidelines so that they can show players what is happening during games. Some area coaches like the change. Others think it is bad for high school athletics.
Bruce Million films the Millbrook boys lacrosse team in April against Wakefield at Wakefield High School. National high school rules are changing to allow coaches to use electronic devices on the sidelines so that they can show players what is happening during games. Some area coaches like the change. Others think it is bad for high school athletics. tlong@newsobserver.com
Bruce Million films the Millbrook boys lacrosse team in April against Wakefield at Wakefield High School. National high school rules are changing to allow coaches to use electronic devices on the sidelines so that they can show players what is happening during games. Some area coaches like the change. Others think it is bad for high school athletics. tlong@newsobserver.com

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