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Girls Lacrosse looks to come out on top this season

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GOALS AND WINS: Senior Pearl Schwartz fires the ball for the goal on March 13 in an 18-3 win against Palmer Ridge.

GOALS AND WINS: Senior Pearl Schwartz fires the ball for the goal on March 13 in an 18-3 win against Palmer Ridge.

Ana George

Ana George

GOALS AND WINS: Senior Pearl Schwartz fires the ball for the goal on March 13 in an 18-3 win against Palmer Ridge.

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The Creek girls lacrosse team has been to State the past 4 years and lost, but this year they are hoping that it is going to be different. Head coach Bailey Zerr is confident of this thanks to this year’s seniors.

“I think our senior leadership is the best part of the team this year,” Zerr said. “More than anything everyone is really hungry to win it.”

Katie Collins, junior midfielder, notices the differences between this season and past seasons.

“I think the team dynamic this year is off the charts. We are so much more connected than we have been in the past few years,” Collins said.

Senior goalie Meghan Patrick shares her teammate’s confidence in the team this season.

“I have so much faith in this team,” Patrick said. “We have so much talent.”

Even though the team is changing, senior midfielder Pearl Schwartz cites change for the better.

“This whole team – everyone contributes and everyone is a part of it. That’s a huge difference and I think that really helps make us better,” Schwartz said.

The team also experiences virtually no skill level changes despite having a lot of new members according to junior midfielder Emma White.

“This year we got to pick up right where we left off last year,” White said. “ When we put in new people there is no drop off, we pick up right from where the last whistle was.”

For freshman attacker Sophia Hashimoto, the coaches are unlike any she has had before.

“I’ve never really had coaches that have been so invested and supporting of a team,” Hashimoto said.

Three seniors are committed to play lacrosse in college; including Schwartz at University of Colorado at Boulder.

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