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A sophomore at Olentangy High School (OHS) in Lewis Center, Ohio, Cliff Kigar is a strong student pursuing a well-rounded program of academics, athletics, and recreational interests. Having previously attended Shanahan Middle School, where he was an honors student and a recipient of the President’s Award for Educ… Read More
A sophomore at Olentangy High School (OHS) in Lewis Center, Ohio, Cliff Kigar is a strong student pursuing a well-rounded program of academics, athletics, and recreational interests. Having previously attended Shanahan Middle School, where he was an honors student and a recipient of the President’s Award for Educational Excellence, Cliff Kigar maintained a 3.85 GPA in his freshman year at OHS. His current courses include advanced-level math and science, and he is considering college studies in engineering.

Beyond the classroom, Cliff Kigar is an avid lacrosse player. He developed his love of the game through the Olentangy Youth Athletic Association (OYAA), having been an OYAA player on various teams since he was in the third grade. To date, Kigar has played for several elite teams, including the Resolute 2015 team and Haymakers Lacrosse, as well as playing for his middle and high school teams. During his time playing lacrosse for Shanahan Middle School, the team won a Division 3 State Championship and boasted a 2011 record of 11 wins and four losses. At OHS, Kigar is an attackman on the school’s varsity team and earned his first varsity letter during his freshman year. He also enjoys indoor club lacrosse and plays each winter season with the Columbus Lacrosse Club.

In addition to his athletic activities, Cliff Kigar is actively involved with his local Young Life program, studying with its Campaigners Bible Study group and enjoying its games and community spirit. Cliff Kigar also supports local charitable associations, most recently through his participation in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk to Cure Diabetes. Read Less
Olentangy High School, Lewis Center, OH
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Basic Rules of Men’s Lacrosse

Cliff Kigar has been an avid lacrosse player since the third grade. Now a junior in high school, Cliff Kigar continues to play outdoor and indoor lacrosse as a varsity attackman. The basic rules of the game are fairly straightforward.

Men’s lacrosse teams are made up of 10 playe… Read More
Basic Rules of Men’s Lacrosse

Cliff Kigar has been an avid lacrosse player since the third grade. Now a junior in high school, Cliff Kigar continues to play outdoor and indoor lacrosse as a varsity attackman. The basic rules of the game are fairly straightforward.

Men’s lacrosse teams are made up of 10 players. The goalkeeper must remain on the defensive side of the field with the three defensemen. On the other hand, the three attackmen are restricted to their opponent’s side of the field. Only the three midfielders may cross the center line.

Although lacrosse is a contact sport, it is only allowed if the opponent has the ball. A team moves the ball down the field by running with it or throwing it to a teammate. In general, high school games are played in four 12-minute quarters, and each team is granted two time outs for each half of the game. Read Less
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