The Kenston Girls Lacrosse team competed against the Kent Roosevelt Riders in a game this past Tuesday night. The varsity team fell short from the win with a final score of 10-11 after sudden death overtime. Goals were scored by Hanna Glasscock (Junior) with 1, Lauren Liston (Freshman) with 4, and Lauren Eyler (Junior) with 5. The girls fought until the end and it was a tough loss, but they look forward to getting a win Thursday, March 23 against Shaker. The JV girls also lost Tuesday 1-2, their goal was scored by Taylor Vargo (Junior). “It was a tough loss, but I look forward to winning against Shaker on Thursday. Our team played our best and we shouldn’t be sad about the loss,” said Junior Maria Silva.
The Kenston Girls Lacrosse Team’s first official game is quickly approaching. The team will have one scrimmage before the official season on Thursday, March 9, and first official game will be Saturday the 18. J.V. will play at 10:30 and Varsity at 12:00. The team has been vigorously practicing for the quickly approaching game and… Continue Reading
The Kenston Girls Lacrosse season has officially started! The Varsity and JV teams are both playing in a scrimmage on March 9th at Kenston against Hoover; J.V. is at 5:00 and Varsity is at 6:30. The girls have been working hard the past few weeks at practices and will be playing their best at the… Continue Reading
The 2016-2017 Kenston Girls Lacrosse season is almost here! The first official practice is February 20th with a parent meeting following practice on that day. A few team members on the Varsity and JV teams have been playing games against other schools through the Greater Cleveland Girls Lacrosse winter league. The team just can’t wait… Continue Reading
While the off season is a nice break, there are still ways you can stay in shape and be prepared once the regular season rolls around. Below are a few websites and documents that include conditioning workouts for lacrosse. “How to Stay in Lacrosse Shape During the Offseason” “9 Exercises Every Women’s Lacrosse Player Should Be… Continue Reading