Girls lacrosse landslide win

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Girls lacrosse landslide win

WRHS girls lacrosse team celebrates their win against LOLHS. They won 19-2.

WRHS girls lacrosse team celebrates their win against LOLHS. They won 19-2.

Alexis Santana

WRHS girls lacrosse team celebrates their win against LOLHS. They won 19-2.

Alexis Santana

Alexis Santana

WRHS girls lacrosse team celebrates their win against LOLHS. They won 19-2.

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Wiregrass girls lacrosse defeated Land O’ Lakes High School on Wednesday 19-2, securing a big district win. This brings their record to 2-0 for the new season.

Brian Parker
Lacrosse team stands together for the national anthem.

Throughout the game, Wiregrass excelled at getting the ball off of the draw and transitioning it down the field.

Teacher Avery Walker came to the game to support the Bulls and was very impressed by the effort shown on the field.

“The girls completely dominated the game,” Walker said.”They won most of the draws which ended of being a clear indication of how the game would go,” Walker said.

By the end of the first half Bulls were up 14-0. Senior Carly Norman was proud of how well the team was performing.

“This game was a great way for some of the new players to get experience on the field, Norman said. “With the strong team we have this year, I know we can keep up the intensity throughout the entire season,” Norman said.

Brian Parker
Madison Gregory taking a draw at the start of the game.

Land O Lakes managed to score two goals in the second half, but the Bulls defense shot down every other attempt. The final score was 19-2.

Lead scorers for the Bulls included: Madison Gregory with four goals and Peggy D’Alessandro, Jenna Kiley, and Marisa Taylor with three goals each.

Defender Lauren Williams felt that this game was crucial for team building.

“It was a good game for everyone to gain confidence before we play harder teams,” Williams explained. “The new girls played well and they revealed the skills and talent they have and hopefully we can continue to work as a team.”

The next game for the team is away Friday March 1, against Sickles.

 

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