Ian Babcock, Staff Writer
Girls lined up
The HBHS girls varsity lacrosse team is off to an incredible start this season, standing at the top of Division II after starting their season with a winning record of 9-0. The team is coming back from a crushing loss in the championship game last year, looking to avenge their defeat and hold up the trophy this year. “This team is so special because we have talent in every aspect of the field, w...
Caroline wins ground ball
When looking at the outcomes of their games, many would notice how this team has scored at least 12 goals in every game they have played. What isn’t as obvious is the lockdown defense the team has, as they have only allowed more than 10 goals in one game this season. “I like to get the chance to shut girls down because that feels better than scoring a goal, for me. I am a personal believer in def...
Kelsey’s 100th goal
A swarm forms in front of Keene’s goal as Kelsey Sweeney ‘19 records her 100th goal of her high school career. Sweeney felt that a major component for achieving this milestone was her teammates. “I owe all of my success to my teammates. They showed continuous support along my journey to 100 goals,” said Sweeney.
Tasha face off
A key play in every lacrosse game is the faceoff, as it gives both teams an equal chance to earn possession and commence their offense. HB’s primary faceoff taker is Tasha White ‘20, who takes pride in this role. “Being that person everyone is counting on to win the draw is the best feeling in the world,” said White.
End of game celebration
After their game against Keene, the team rushes the goalie and congratulates each other on another great win. The team seems unstoppable right now, as they’ve picked up their ninth win in a row, with a score of 16-4. “We can win the championship this year because of our connection to one another. Us seniors and juniors have played together forever and understand each other’s play and work re...
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