Tallahassee Terrors Making Local Lax Imprint

By: Jason Kahn Email
By: Jason Kahn Email

Tallahassee, FL - When Jack Berg was growing up, the one school sport he played was basketball. Now, the Tallahassee Terrors Attackman is hooked on lacrosse.

"It looked more like a challenge," he said. "So, it looked like it would be fun to get into."

Charles Minter, the director of the Terrors program and head coach at the Maclay school, came to Tallahassee in 1987. There were no high school lacrosse teams back then.

"When we first started, when I first ran my camps, we would have 8-12 people that would show up," Minter said.

Now, there are four varsity programs and about 150 kids play with the Terrors during the summer.

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  • by Bob Location: Tallahassee on Jul 18, 2011 at 06:32 AM
    Love the lacrosse coverage. Sport is growing and many kids are involved. Keep it up!!
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