Boys lacrosse falls to Indiana

Senior Luc Shandor practices throwing and catching to warm up for the game.

Grace Spozarski and Sara Scheeser

The boys varsity lacrosse team lost 12-7 on Friday to Indiana. 

The boys trailed Indiana the entire game, but in the second quarter Baldwin started to score more goals. Senior Jake Lubway was a standout for Baldwin, scoring four of the six goals for the Highlanders. 

Sophomore goalie Scott Wilson also played well, senior Cody Randal said.

“He kept us in the game for the most part when we lacked defensive stops,” Randal said. 

The team struggled with penalties and ground balls during the game, but they were able to pass the ball around well, Randal said. 

“We took a lot of dumb penalties that didn’t need to happen and struggled to pick up ground balls, but when we did have the ball, we moved it pretty well,” Randal said. 

Senior defenseman Luke Kjelshus said the team’s effort was commendable. 

“The team did well at playing hard and not giving up the entire game,” Kjelshus said.

The team’s next game is today at home against Quaker Valley.