The girls lacrosse team is gearing up for the upcoming playoffs that begin April 13. Their record is 13 wins with three losses, and the team is preparing to continue as far as the state finals.

As last year’s season came to a devastating end due to COVID-19, the players have been getting ready throughout the season to come back stronger than ever to make up for the lost time.

“Last year’s season was a very sad season for the team,” senior Simran Chatta said. “We are trying the best of our abilities to be the best we can be.”

The girls lacrosse team had won several district championships in the previous seasons and have gained a spot in regional finals in 2019. As the team lost a large amount of players this season due to many graduating last year, some worry if the team can maintain their undefeated status.

“Although the team has lost a vast amount of seniors from last season, the team is confident,” senior Lauren Brutum said. “The team is very close with one another and I think that is the most important aspect a team should have.”

As the season is coming to an end, the players are eager to start the playoffs kicking off with First Baptist Academy.

“I want my players to have as much confidence in themselves when it comes to their ability to play lacrosse,” coach Jayson Saunders said. “Having the team believing in themselves can get us far into the playoffs.”