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Fighting the Falcons

The tension on the Blue Devil sidelines was palpable as the boys lacrosse team competed against the Divine Child Falcons on April 19. The game, ending in a loss, was nothing short of exciting, despite the end score.

Defenseman Davis Linnell ’25 said the team worked hard to keep the energy up despite setbacks they faced on the field.

“I think we were all fighting for our teammates,” Linnell said. “We brought the hustle that the other team did not and I think that allowed us to fight through it.”

Spectator Annabelle Kraydich ’25 said she could tell that they were working hard and trying their best throughout the game.

“Sometimes the scoreboard doesn’t always reflect effort,” Kraydich said. “It was an exciting game to watch, and honestly, I believe that we wanted (to win) more. Sometimes it just doesn’t work in your favor”

Defenseman Ben Carroll ’25 said he believes that there were a lot of improvements in comparison to their previous game against North but that a lot more can be made.

“Our fundamentals could be way better,” Carroll said. “Our passing, our catching, our ground balls, I think all of it needs a little bit of work. I think that we’ll get through it as the season progresses. I think we need to refine as a team. There are a lot of areas for us to improve, but I think we have a good solid foundation right now.”

Carroll said he has a lot of hope for his team as the season progresses. He believes that they have the means to beat the Falcons, even if they fell short the first time.

“I think we will come back stronger in the tournament,” Carroll said. “We’re going to see Divine Child again. I believe that next time we see them we’re going to win. It didn’t feel good to lose tonight. I don’t think any of us want that to happen again.”

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