It's not lacrosse, it's not soccer, and we need to win here.
They convey life forces of trees from which their lacrosse sticks were made.
His argument stems from the ability of the lacrosse players to pay steep legal fees “in the range of $3 to $4 million total.”
1718, American English, from Canadian French jeu de la crosse "game of the hooked sticks," from crosse "hooked stick," which is used to throw the ball, from Proto-Germanic *kruk-. Originally a North American Indian game. The native name is represented by Ojibwa (Algonquian) baaga'adowe "to play lacrosse."