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Girls lacrosse falls to Summit

The girls lacrosse squad matched up against the Summit Storm twice this past week and suffered losses in both matchups. Sisters fell 4-17 at Summit on Monday, April 24, and four days later lost 4-17 at home.

On Monday, the Lady Outlaws played without any subs, while Summit boasted a roster of 22 varsity and 26 JV players they could draw from. Tania Rebolledo played in the goal and managed 11 saves in the contest. Madi Taylor had a great goal for the Outlaws with 9:53 left in the first half. Taylor received a midfield pass from Tatum Cramer, ran it in, and dodged her opponent for the score. Taylor also scored Sisters’ final goal on a penalty kick.

Assistant Coach McKenna Jones said, “Our season so far has been amazing! We have a lot of new players, as well as girls who have been mastering the skill of lacrosse. It’s incredible to watch how the players interact and help each other. I could not imagine a better team to coach, and to be a part of. These girls are very determined and full of grit. They always give their all out on the field.”

On Friday at Reed Stadium, the Lady Outlaws were short a few players, and the Storm was gracious and allowed Sisters to “borrow” a few of their players so they could field a team. Although the Outlaws suffered the loss, Addie Laird recorded six saves, and Faith Gulick had three saves in the contest.

Jones said, “All the girls played hard and kept their head up. They share good sportsmanship as one team.”

Sisters was scheduled to play Sherwood on Saturday, but the Bowmen were unable to make the trip. The Outlaws were able to schedule a scrimmage against Redmond, and coaches noted that all the girls had a great time.

The Lady Outlaws will play at Summit on May 3.


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