Boys lacrosse falls to South Fayette


Grace Hampton

The Baldwin boys lacrosse team plays in the 3A division.

Kenzie Hirt and Eliza Swanson

The boys lacrosse team lost 21-5 against South Fayette on Monday night, but were able to put some shots in the net in the second half of the game.

Sophomore midfielder Gavin Serafini had two goals, and three of his teammates each had one: junior midfielder Charlie Pickell, and sophomore attacks Cody Garrett and Trevor Brain.

Despite the loss, Garrett gave credit to the team for making improvements in their playing and team chemistry.

“I think our team chemistry is a lot better than it was at the beginning of the season. We are getting better at our ball movement and our quickness,” he said.

Garrett said throughout the game, the team got frustrated but the coaches reminded them to “not think about the score, but how we can win the second half in effort.”

Before games against tough opponents that have a lot more players on the roster, the Baldwin coaches tell the boys that they are not just doing this for themselves, but for the Baldwin lacrosse program in years to come.

“Our coaches tell us that in all four quarters, we should be thinking about our school and how we can change our program for the better,” Garrett said.

The team will continue to work and improve upon things like plays and overall fundamentals, Garrett said.

The team’s next game is Thursday at home against Seneca Valley.