Girls Lacrosse Faces Ups and Downs

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Girls Lacrosse Faces Ups and Downs

Blake Ramey, Reporter

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Girls lacrosse lost to the Kennard Dale Rams on April 2 by a score of 17 to 2.

The game was expected to be a very interesting matchup, as the division rivals had fought very close battles in previous years.

Before the game started, there was a bake sale held by the players to raise awareness for cancer.

Coach Kristin Johnson thought it was a good night, despite the tough loss.

These are all of the Susquehannock seniors involved with the Girls Lacrosse team.
Photography courtesy @SuskyGirlsLax via Instagram

The Susky Girls Lacrosse team bond at a team dinner.
Photography courtesy of  @suskygirlslax via Instagram

“It was a good night, I had no clue about the bake sale, but it was a great surprise and a great atmosphere,” said Johnson.

The game started slowly for the Warriors after the Rams dominated the offensive aspect of the game.

Sophomore Kathryn Burke thought the team lost it as a whole throughout the game.

“We started off slow, and it just seemed like we gave up,” said Burke.

The Warriors could not seem to pull it together as the barrage of Ram’s attackers kept persistence all night long.

Though the night ended roughly, Johnson thought there were some positives.

“It was a mixed batch of emotions, we had a nice night with the bake sale which was nice, but it was a rough game because we got outplayed and they were the better team that night,” said Johnson.

The Warriors, however, did manage to put two goals in the back of the net via senior Kenna Hancock and also sophomore Ari Prediger putting one in with the dish from Hancock.

It was such a big game and the girls are not familiar with these types of losses.

The Warriors had an away game this Thursday against the West York Bulldogs that they redeemed themselves with, catching a big win 19 to 3.

The Warriors hope to carry this momentum moving forward.

Johnson feels a strong mindset is needed for the rest of the season.

“We look good, we got great talent, you just gotta want it,” said Johnson.

The Warriors look to get back in the winning form that they have maintained for many seasons.