Boys Lacrosse Finds Light in Dim Season Start


Trevon Smith '19, Staff Writer

Boys Lacrosse has begun with a rocky start losing five games consecutively after a scrimmage win against Park View. Losing to  Rival High school W-L 17-1, Hayfield 16-1, Lee High 16-4, Bishop McNamara 9-8, and Edison (best team in the conference) 12-2.

Things aren’t looking so bright but Wakefield Boys Lacrosse players still find the light in a rather dim season.

Senior George Brooks stated that the team needs to get better at playing team defense and that they need better ball movement on the offensive side of the ball.

Sophomore Cahil Redding, who has played Boys Lacrosse for 5 years, said that “We are obviously off to a bad start, but we can end the season well with hard work and dedication.” When asked about  how the team is coping with the rough start Cahil said, “We are a family type team…so if we stick together as a team we can get through this rough stretch.”

Boys lacrosse needs to work hard to pick up some wins this season and if they practice hard they can be a really good team.

They play at Thomas Jefferson at 7:15pm tonight. Come to their next home game on Tuesday, APril 18th at 7:15pm against Marshall.