Lacrosse is creating a retail splash As the sport takes hold, retailers are gaining customers ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matthew Cavanaugh for The Boston Globe Kristopher Campbell, 13, of Longmeadow, displayed some of his lacrosse gear at home. Matthew Cavanaugh for The Boston Globe Campbell, with more of his gear. Many young lacrosse players are seen as gear junkies for their desire to own the most colorful and fun products. Brian Feulner for the Boston Globe Beau Keough, 9, played lacrosse with his older brothers in their Brookline back yard. The Keough brothers love the sport and its culture. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff Brothers John Piatelli, 14, front, and Brian, 12, left, played a small lacrosse game with friends in Wrentham. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff The Piatelli brothers showed off their lacrosse shorts, which have pockets and can be worn to school. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Liam Peck, 9, of Sherborn, checked out a new glove at Comlax, a one-stop lacrosse store in Needham, on Friday. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Comlax employee Chris Mackay, 20, talked lacrosse sticks with Nolan Holbrook, 13, and his mother, Shannon Holbrook, of Westwood on Friday.