By Paul Jones
As high school sports teams transition from season to season, replacing seniors is always difficult. However, the Red Lion lacrosse team in a unique situation as they have to replace a total of 139 goals from last year’s seniors.
“Overall last season was great I thought. We scored a ton of goals and our defense was a pretty solid group as well,” said Senior Sam Emig. “And with multiple threats, it was hard for the other teams to stop us.”
Red Lion had the best duo in York County last year with Emig and Red Lion graduate, Jac Gemmill, scoring 143 goals between them. Both were named to the Gametimepa all-star team and were the catalyst for the high-powered offense.
By Shawn Gunarich
Senior Alyssa Adams, in her second year of Red Lion lacrosse, commits to becoming a Cincinnati Bearcat in the fall season.
This lax player is nothing but a D1 prospect. Not only did Adams score roughly 70 goals last season, she won about 80 draw controls giving weight to the name draw control specialist.
Adams looks back on the previous season highlighting their victory over West York, which had been the first time Red Lion Girls defeated the notorious Bulldogs in a rainstorm blowout 14-8.
By Gabriella Young
Finishing 7-4 in league play and fourth place overall in York-Adams Division 1 last year, Red Lion’s girls lacrosse team is preparing to lead the rankings this year.
With six returning seniors, they intend to go out with a bang. Senior and University of Cincinnati commit Alyssa Adams has big plans for the team this year.
“With the work ethic we have, I definitely can see us winning the County Championship,” Adams said.
By Rachel Lau
Senior Greg Potter has vaulted his way through track since his freshman year. Every season was eventful, with both awards and injuries.
Potter wanted to do track and field because he was a cross country runner and desired to run distance. So, when joining the track team, he didn’t expect to become a pole vaulter.
By Cora Beyer
The mid-March snow has barely melted, but the Red Lion boys’ tennis team is back in full swing with lots of new additions.
The team has grown considerably this season with a total of six new players joining the returning players.
“We have a pretty young team this year,” senior varsity player Kyle Palmieri said. “We have a lot of new talent, which is good for the team’s progression.”
A few of the new teammates are playing tennis for the very first time this season. “I’ve never played tennis before, but I was easily talked into it,” new player and junior Dylan Khuc said. “I really enjoy being on the team and learning about the sport.”
By Paul Jones
Conflict runs the world we live in. Everywhere from world relations to big government politics, conflict is at the center of it.
The world of sports is no different, as the very essence of sports is pitting one person or team against another. From those competitions, come things like hatred, dislike, and some of the most exciting sporting events that the public has ever seen.
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