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Girls lacrosse falls to Canon Mac

The Fighting Highlander girls lacrosse team lost to Canon Mac Big Macs.

The Baldwin girls lacrosse team lost to Canon Mac on Thursday, 22-4. 

Though the girls played hard, they could not keep up with the Big Macs’ offense. 

“Their clears were good and their transitions were quick,” senior Angelina Burnsworth said. “They ran their plays (well).”

Baldwin did have some bright spots and improvements, according to Burnsworth. 

“We ran our plays, transitions were nice and quick, the defense held them out, and (we had) good clears,” she said. 

Burnsworth praised junior Alexa Sherman for her fast work on draws.

“She held her ground on defense, got a goal, was fast and overall a really good player,” she said. 

Baldwin’s goals were scored by Sherman, junior Delaney Howard, and junior Brooklyn Joyce, who had two. 

Senior Chloe Sabold gave a shout out to Joyce and the team’s goalie, junior Addison Giglione. 

“Brooklyn did amazing on attack and scored two goals, and Addison blocked a lot of the shots and made great clears,” Sabold said. 

Sabold said the team gets along and enjoys their time together. 

“We’ve bonded by having each other’s backs during practice and games, and going out for team bonding activities such as food or ice cream after practices,” five-year player Sabold said. “We’re having fun playing and making the most of (the seniors’) last year.” 

The team’s record is now 1-7. The Highlanders’ next game is on Monday at Norwin.

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News Editor Evelyn Esek is a senior and a third-year member of the Purbalite. She is in the BHS color guard and loves knitting and crocheting, collecting vinyl records, and listening to music.
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