2 local girls named in second wave of Under Armour lacrosse All-Americans

St. Mary's Shelby Harrison and Centennial's Laurie Bracey were named Under Armour All-Americans Monday in the second wave of seniors selected to play in the 12th annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game in July.

Harrison, an All-Metro midfielder headed for Johns Hopkins, and Bracey, a defender headed for Maryland, join McDonogh's Andie Aldave and Catie May and Liberty's Grace Griffin, who were named two weeks ago in the first of four waves of 11 players.

The 44 girls selected from around the country will be divided into North and South teams and square off at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium on July 1. The girls game will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the boys game to follow at 8.

No local boys were selected in the second wave. St. Paul's goalie Alex Rode, who is headed for Virginia, was chosen in the first wave.

No date was announced for the next wave of girls and boys selections although the final 44 for both games will be named by the end of May.

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