Boy’s Varsity Lacrosse

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Boy’s Varsity Lacrosse

Adilene Cruz, Author

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Ethan Flack is a junior on the varsity lacrosse team who enjoys the sport as he has been playing since the age of twelve. He would often describe himself as serious while also having fun on and off the field. “Having a good time is an important part in anything you do.” When asked what his biggest accomplishment as an athlete he said “Any and every game that we win is a reward for the team”. He used to play football but is solely focused on lacrosse now.

When asked if he would play lax after school he said “I would love to play for as long as I can”. He believes that attitude is a winning and one of the biggest factors in any sport. “You can’t go out on the field thinking you will lose or it will show in how you play”. The sports icon that inspired him most is James Connor, “He is an inspiration to me because he overcame his difficulties in his life and achieved his dream.” One piece of advice he would give to the younger kids looking up to him is, “keep working and you eventually reach success”.

The varsity boys lacrosse team hopes to continue to bring in big wins for the Trojans. They won their away game against Spring Grove High School. The final outcome came out to 20-3. Their next home game will be on Friday at 6:30 here at cashs so come out and cheer them on!