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Originally published June 27, 2013 at 4:58 PM | Page modified June 27, 2013 at 9:00 PM

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Washington Stealth pro lacrosse team moving to B.C.

The team said Thursday in a news release that the business side of running the team in Everett was not working out.

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The Washington Stealth professional lacrosse team, based in Everett since 2009, is moving to Langley, B.C. for the 2014 season.

The Stealth reached the finals of the nine-team National Lacrosse League in three of the past four seasons, including winning the championship in 2010.

The team said Thursday in a news release that the business side of running the team in Everett was not working out.

“Ultimately, it was time for us to make a business decision to avoid losing the team altogether,” said David Takata, the team president.

This past season, the team averaged a league-low 4,184 fans per game.

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From sports-information reports

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