Coaches:Steve Unger and Dan Godfrey Record: 8-7 MVP: Jenna Godfrey
The girls lacrosse team finished this past season with an 8-7 record.
Senior captain Kasey Lewis crowned junior and also captain Jenna Godfrey as MVP of the team.
“She’s been there for every game, working hardand never gave up even when she got injured at the end of the season,” Lewis said. “She still showed up to every game and supported us girls.”
Lewis had various favorite parts of the season hut one in particular was her favorite.
“One of my favorite parts of the season was having team dinner because we were all together as a family and it made us closer as a team.”
Boys Volleyball By Bella McCarey Co-Editor-in-Chief
Head Coach: Ashleigh Reinert Record: 9-6 MVPs: Bennett Frey and Cole Brillhart
The Red Lion boys volleyball team experienced a season this year that can only be described as one that sets the stage for next year.
Graduating half the team last year left a big hole for the younger players to fill, a challenge the team struggled to face. The only two returning starters were juniors Bennett Frey and John Longnecker, who led the varsity players for matchup teams such as Central York and Northeastern.
“It was definitely a rebuilding year, with new people and trying to find what clicked and worked,” head coach Ashleigh Reinert said.
Next season will be about gaining ground and becoming more comfortable with positions. “I moved around a lot,” Longnecker said. “I don’t think I’ve ever played just one single position.”
“We’ll be more confident when we play [next season],” Frey said. “Just playing to the best of our ability, we have a lot of talented people.”
Boys Lacrosse By Bella McCarey Co-Editor-in-Chief
Head Coach: Stefan Striffler Record: 9-2 (13-4)
With a calculated formula of speed and ruthlessness from midfielders and attackers, as well as a tall defense, the “War Ready” boys lacrosse team had a solid finish to their season, despite it ending earlier than anticipated.
“We did well, but we didn’t get to go to county championships,” junior attacker Jac Gemmill said. “We were upset by one point in the first quarter versus West York in the first game of counties.”
Another loss was suffered in the first round of districts against Wilson.
The team can look forward to next year with high hopes, taking with them the aggression of this year and focus on filling the big shoes left behind by seniors such as Tanner Reif, Christian Castle and Joe Dashler.
Next year’s team will be lead by talented players such as Cole Snyder, Alex Keough, and Jac Gemmill.