On Friday, March 10, the Logan High Lacrosse team hosted their first home game against Park City. It was an intense game full of hits, turnovers, and hollering from both the crowd and the teams, not to mention, the freezing rain.
It started out a close game in the first quarter with both teams going back and forth, but after a few harsh penalties towards Logan High, Park City started pulling ahead. After half time, it became harder and harder for Logan High to keep up. Park City kept scoring goal after goal. Sadly, the game ended with the score of 8-18, with Park City on top.
“With us getting a loss this early in the season, it will keep us focused and make sure that we actually continue to grow and push.”
Logan’s lacrosse team is not going to let this loss get in their way and get them down.
In the words of senior defender Connor Leishman, “With us getting a loss this early in the season, it will keep us focused and make sure that we actually continue to grow and push.”
The team is going to use this loss as a springboard to get even better and come back to their next games with even more strength.