Varsity Girls Lacrosse Wraps Up Their Season

Gigi Gallaudet, Reporter

The varsity girls lacrosse team played their last season game on May 1.

The game, which was against Kennedy Catholic, resulted in a 16-9 win for the Braves. With this victory under their belt, the Braves finish off their season with a 8-5 record.

“I think it’s really amazing just how far we’ve come and it’s incredible that we were able to improve our record to 8-5,” said junior Morgan DeMeulemeester. “I’m really proud of all my teammates.”

This game showed a strong offensive effort from a diverse list of players. Logan Gray and Sophie Butler each tallied five goals, and other goals came from Fiona O’Donnell, Molly Olney, and Reilly Cartwright. On the defensive end, goalie Lindsey Rappe held it down for the team.

“I’m really proud of how we played!” said Molly Olney. “This season was all about improvement and we definitely improved.”

Overall, this season shows the improvements made by the team as a whole from last year.

“I’m excited to see the future of this program as we progress as a team,” said junior Sophie Butler.

As the team did not qualify for any post season play this year, the program now looks to continue to develop in the 2019 season.