In My Own Words: Undefeated Lacrosse Team Plays Hard on Saint Patrick’s Day

In My Own Words: In this installment of In My Own Words, Kelliann Drummond talks about the start of the girls lacrosse season.

On March 17, also known as St. Patrick's Day, I was very anxious and nervous because this was the first “tournament” of the lacrosse season. The bus left at 8:30 am. We arrived at Hempfield High School ready to play.

As soon as we arrived, we started our warm-ups. Once it was about 9 am, we walked over to the field that we were scheduled to play on.

Our first game was against Warwick High School. Because of our hard hard work, we were able to successfully win our first game. Our next game was after lunch against State College. That was another successful win.

Finally, we ended the game against Conestoga Valley. This game was very important to me because in the second half of the game, I made two goals! This was extremely exciting because it was also my first goal of the season.

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After winning our final game, we were all happy, tired, and ready to go home. I was very happy with how I played that day, and I cannot wait for an amazing season!

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

--By Kelliann Drummond, LS News reporter

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