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College Crosse Prospectus - October 21, 2016: Ohio HS Lacrosse News, Hartford’s AE Rings Ceremony.

Plus Casey Powell chats about the Florida lacrosse scene and plenty more!!

Dog Halloween Parade in NYC

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation?! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for October 21, 2016.

College Crosse News.

Stand up, Ohio!!: The OHSAA approved the divisional breakdowns in lacrosse for next spring’s first OHSAA lacrosse tournament.

-The board approved the divisional breakdowns in lacrosse for next spring’s first OHSAA lacrosse tournament. In girls lacrosse, Division I will be comprised of schools with 440 or more girls (according to the enrollment numbers posted at OHSAA.org), while Division II will be comprised of schools with 439 or fewer girls. In boys lacrosse, Division I will be comprised of schools with 450 or more boys, while Division II will be comprised of schools with 449 or fewer boys.

The Hartford men’s lacrosse team receives AE championship rings at their annual banquet.

Great comeback story for a young Montana BALLER.

“I ran off the field, and my vision, I couldn’t see, so I just kind of knelt down until I could see,” he said.

Not only did the injury end his sophomore season, it forced him to miss his entire junior year of football.

“It was rough,” Pollock said. “It was kind of lonely. I wasn’t with the team very much. Plus, it was really hard to have a concussion. It was just kind of a weird year.”

BOSS Berkman of Salisbury men’s lacrosse talks about the 'ship that got away.

UNC women’s lax is hungry for more.

Hofstra helps raise $34,000 at ninth Annual Nicholas Colleluori Women’s Classic.

Casey Powell talks about Jacksonville lacrosse & World Lacrosse Foundation with Ray Carnicelli of Lax904.com.

What’s Up, Philly?

The Philly Quidditch is only for WINNERS.

World/National News.

Flying taxis?

European aerospace giant Airbus has quietly lifted the curtain on an ambitious Silicon Valley project called Vahana. It's a pilotless passenger aircraft that aims to someday add a vertical component to your commute.

Your GIF for October 21, 2016: This cold pup found the perfect blanket.

That’s it for today!! I’ll see you out there!!