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Girls’ Lacrosse Shoots to Second in League

Chris Lopez
Alice Turner faces off in the drawl.

SVHS Girls’ Lacrosse is bigger and better than ever this year with a roster of returning and new players. The sport has gained substantial popularity among athletes and spectators, which has heavily supported girls’ sports as a whole at our school. With the leadership of seniors and captains Tiana Harris and Solana Staes, the team is the best its ever been. Currently, their overall record is 4-2. 

Beginning on a high note, the team won their first non-league match against St. Vincent with a dominating score of 15-4. Their next game was against Casa Grande, which unfortunately was cut at halftime due to lightning. The score at the time was 3-4, meaning it counted as a loss for the dragons. 

A few days later, the team rebounded and defeated Archie Williams with a comfortable score of 9-5. Sadly, they lost their next home game against Novato with a score of 18-9.

Once again, though, the dragons rallied back with a huge win against Cardinal Newman and a final score of 12-3. 


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Remy Harrison
Remy Harrison, Writer
Hey Dragons! My name is Remy Harrison, and I am currently a junior at SVHS. As an athlete, I am very passionate about sports! I love to attend games and support other student-athletes, and I am super excited to write and photograph them. I’ve also taken art classes every year I’ve been at SVHS, and I hope to pursue a mixture of all of these things. 
Chris Lopez
Chris Lopez, Writer
Sup Dragons! I am a junior at SVHS and I joined Dragon's Tale because I think that people need to hear what's happening on campus and be informed. I play soccer for the school and club and love skating, fishing, and playing video games with my friends in my free time. I will try to keep you guys up to date this year. Stay safe Dragons.

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