In My Own Words: Girls' Lacrosse season wraps up with trip to both leagues and districts

In My Own Words

In this installment of In My Own WordsKenzie Lefever gives an overview of Girls' Lacrosse record season.  

For the first time in Lampeter-Strasburg history the Girls' Lacrosse team managed to make it to both leagues and districts. The girls team came to a bitter loss against Trinity for the first round of districts last Monday night with a score of 15-14.
The game was close the entire night going back and forth when we suddenly became down by one with only a couple seconds left. Our offense had the ball and was pushing hard at the net. With .7 seconds left Kendall Ream scored a goal that put the game into overtime. No one scored and we went into another overtime which was now sudden death. With a minute or so left Trinity received control over the ball and score the final goal. The girls were crushed but played a good game.
The first round of leagues were at Ephrata against Manheim Township. We unfortunately lost that game as well with a score of 16-2. Regardless of the loss we were still very proud to be there and proud of keeping Township to 16 goals. The defense did excellent that night considering the least amount of goals Township has scored this season was 15 goals in a game. Manheim Township did go on to win Leagues against Lancaster Country Day High School.

The girls overall did great with a 10-6-1 regular season. I am very proud to be apart of this team and call all these wonderful ladies my teammates! We had so many laughs and team bonding on the bus, and I can’t wait for next year!

--By Kenzie Lefever, LS News reporter

In My Own Words is a first person written series that highlights Lampeter-Strasburg High School students activities.

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