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Washington Stealth lacrosse squad comes to Arlington

Washington Stealth transition player Paul Rabil goes through drills at Comcast Arena. The Stealth kicked off their season Jan. 9. - Travis Sherer
Washington Stealth transition player Paul Rabil goes through drills at Comcast Arena. The Stealth kicked off their season Jan. 9.
— image credit: Travis Sherer

ARLINGTON — The Washington Stealth came to Arlington Jan. 2 for their final preseason camp.

The camp was open to the public and the fan-friendly players threw lacrosse balls to children.

Showing off for a crowd at the Soccer First Indoor Sports, Washington’s National Lacrosse League team geared up for the start of the regular season.

This professional, indoor league began Jan. 9 with a home game at Everett’s Comcast Arena.

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