Senior night for girls lacrosse ends with another win

The game of all games, this special lacrosse game will be one to remember for seniors who have waited for this day for four years. Before the game, each senior lacrosse player and her achievements were recognized on the field. 
Seniors (from L) Joanna King, Janelle Bronder, Hannah Keller, Madi Lawhead, Alyssa Pray, and Sarah Rhineer and their parents were recognized on the field before the game
Not only was the game largely attended, the team played under the lights in the football stadium. This atmosphere encompasses the girls’ excitement and determination to win, affirmed by the Pioneers’ win against Garden Spot. 

The Lampeter-Strasburg girls lacrosse team continued its winning streak against Garden Spot, with a victory score of 15-4. The top scorers of the game included senior Madi Lawhead, freshman Kelsey Kimmel, and senior Hannah Keller. 

As the girls recognized their seniors, it was an exciting game that left the seniors beyond thrilled for the upcoming season for the Lampeter-Strasburg Pioneers. The redefinition of the girls lacrosse promoted a culture of winning

All of the L-S seniors left the game today by saying, "We are L-S and we couldn't be prouder." The overall emotions of the game and the finality of being seniors grew throughout the stadium as tears and laughs sprung forth. 

With the upcoming games, the Pioneers are determined to continue their success and become a standard for future lacrosse seasons and players.

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--Joanna King, LSNews.org Girls Lacrosse Reporter; Photos by Ashley Zehr, LSNews.org Guest Photographer

Edited: BP

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