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Cincinnati lacrosse community uplifts popular high school coach as he battles cancer for the 2nd time

Something as simple as a heartfelt message of hope and love can have a profound impact.
It has for Tom Nugent.
Battling cancer for the second time in four years, Nugent, a 1990 Moeller grad who’s spent 22 years coaching lacrosse at Sycamore and Elder, said he felt lucky to have the local lacrosse community behind him, offering thoughts and prayers as he underwent his second surgical procedure for renal carcinoma.
“The lacrosse community as a whole is definitely one that gets behind the people that are a part of it and I really was so touched by everyone reaching out with everything that was going on with Matt Stratman and Lakota West,” said Nugent. “My situation is not great but their situation is totally different … I just felt really lucky