Girls lacrosse heads into regionals;Shooting for most wins

ELLIE EVANS, Reporter

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   As the season for JV teams winds down, varsity Hawks are preparing for postseason play. Going into the playoffs, the team was seeded first. Girls varsity lacrosse had a bye on Wednesday, May 8 but the team played Friday against Harford Tech.       

    Senior Caroline King has been playing lacrosse all four years and is enthusiastic about post season play.  “I look forward to my team going far in playoffs because we play really well together.” She adds that while staying focused and having their eyes on the prize, the team loves to, “have fun with each other.”

    Looking to the future, many of the girls are confident in their ability as a team to go all the way to States and win. Junior Meridith Price explains, “Winning regionals and states is possible this year for us.” Price added that a lot of teamwork is necessary and that she hopes to “improve and learn from my mistakes as an individual.”

    With wins like 22-11 and 18-1 over Harford Tech and Havre De Grace respectively, the team has had a lot of success thus far.  Sophomores Lily Macatee and Jackie McGowan hope to, “go really far as a team.” Macatee adds that “the great season we’ve had so far will help us to work together and win.”

    Throughout the season, many of the girls were ecstatic about certain wins. Price explains her favorite wins were, “Patterson Mill and Fallston  because we destroyed them and no one was expecting it.” The team’s comradery is also noteworthy according to Macatee. “We work so well together because of the strong bond we’ve created as a team.” As a preview of regionals and the games to come for the girls, many explained that they strive to work hard to succeed for each other.

   King added “all of the girls are such good players that want to see each other succeed.” Price adds, “we can beat any team if we put our minds to it.”

Photo credits: Kassidy Maners  

    

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