Girls’ Lacrosse doesn’t lax spirit

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Feature Photo by Sebastian Wiegand: Senior Bonnie Khat goes for the ball. Last year on Varsity Khat scored eight goals.

By Gabriella Wiegand, Reporter

Although the Girl Lacrosse team may not having a winning streak, the Lady Raiders are excited to get back on the field.

Senior Bonnie Khat, who has now played on Varsity for four years, says that her expectations for the team are to be positive and win the sportsmanship award again for the third year in a row. Her goals as a player are to be the best leader she can be and set a good example for the other girls.

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Senior Asia Khat runs with the ball. This is Khat’s fourth season on Varsity, and led the team with 27 goals last season. (Sebastian Wiegand)

Third year player, Junior Hannah Brown states “Our lacrosse games are not about winning or losing; it is about the experience.” Brown also says that she can see potential of being better this year, but their main team goal is to have fun.

Girls Lacrosse has played three games so far this season and although they have not won any, the girls are still hopeful.

Junior Grace Aschenberg says that she thinks they will beat Eaglecrest and Overland this year but overall lacrosse is about having fun.

If the weather permits, the Girls Lacrosse team will play Eaglecrest Friday, March 18th at 4:30 on the Thunderridge football field.