Boys lacrosse already looking forward to dominating during next season

After a season ending, 18-5 loss to Maine South, the boys lacrosse team is ready for the comeback that they needed to make it all the way. 

The boys lacrosse team had a bit of a rough start, going 2-2 in their first four games, but quickly picked up the pace, going on a four game winning streak. The 20-1 win over Taft during the playoffs was the boost that the team needed. 

“Beating Taft by that large of a margin was a huge confidence booster for the team and great last home game for the seniors,” senior Jude Foran remarks. 

Next season, the Kits are hoping to go even further than they did this past season, which is the goal for every season, of course. 

“In order for us to go further this year, I believe that we need to be quicker on our feet and move the ball a bit better, make less selfish plays,” junior Michael Singer comments. 

With the loss of so many outstanding players graduating, more athletes are going to have to step up and take the place of the seniors. 

“Every year, another class graduates which means younger guys are gonna have to step up. That new responsibility and seeing guys in new roles is an exciting part coming into next season,” Foran remarks.

Although the 2022 season ended with the loss to Maine South, the Kits had a great season, finishing with a 9-8 record. Players have already started off-season training, and with more players stepping up to fill the roles of the graduating seniors, this next season should be a great one to watch.