BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Anyone having to pile into the family car after a kid has been picked up from a lacrosse practice can testify to how unpleasant of an experience that can be.
Mike Schuh talks with a professional lacrosse player who’s come up with a way to make the funk coming out of the bag of gear disappear.
For the Philadelphia Wings and for the Chesapeake Bayhawks, #26 Drew Westervelt is a year-round professional lacrosse player.
He has endured years of the unpleasant side of sports.
“It’s usually disgusting,” Westervelt said.
Yes, his gear. Everyone’s gear. It stinks.
“I think you talk to most parents they’re the ones who have to drive around with the windows down,” Westervelt said.
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For those of you who don’t know, most sweaty soccer, hockey and football gear never gets washed. And when it does, the stink doesn’t go away.
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