Instead of Lacrosse, Two Bullis Juniors are Making Protective Masks
Posted 04/15/2020 09:33AM

'We have to do this for people'


Juniors Ethan Till and Tyler Kuehl would normally be competing in games for the Bullis lacrosse team this spring, but with the novel coronavirus pandemic prompting a shutdown of sports across the country, that obviously isn't happening. Still, the teammates realize there are bigger problems than a lost season, and they're doing something about it.


The two have spent much of their free time making respirator masks with the hope of donating them to nursing homes, firefighters and first responders around the area.


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