Boys lacrosse ends great season on a disappointing note

Parkside+boys+lacrosse+against+James+m.+Bennett%E2%80%99s+boys+lacrosse+team+
Parkside boys lacrosse against James m. Bennett’s boys lacrosse team

Parkside boys lacrosse against James m. Bennett’s boys lacrosse team

Parkside boys lacrosse against James m. Bennett’s boys lacrosse team


Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






The Parkside boys lacrosse team had an amazing season anchored by 10 great seniors; Davis Ingley, Rashaan Evans, Philip Gianelle, Ryan Davey, Jake Becker, Jake Brown, Luke Bohtling, Connor Dixon, Trevin Vasquez and Mark Murell. All ten seniors played a very important role in the great season the boys had whether it was from the sidelines or in the games. Evans said, “ This season was one of the best of my life. Even though we lost a game we should of won to end our season we still had an amazing overall season and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”

Parkside finished the regular season with 9 wins and that’s the most in the program since 2008. The boys that weren’t supposed to do anything because they lost so many people last year did what no team has done in ten years. Head coach, Jermey Michalski had a few things to say about the season when he said “ Everyone doubted this team because we lost two great defenders, our face off guy and a great attackman in Jakob Keidel. But our team fought like hell all year we’ve had our ups and downs as a team but at the end of the day we were one family and I will never forget this season.”

The team will be losing a lot of great seniors next year but I have no doubt that the coaches will know what to do to put together another successful season.

Dave out.

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Boys lacrosse ends great season on a disappointing note

    Showcase

    Tennis

  • Boys lacrosse ends great season on a disappointing note

    Showcase

    Tennis

Boys lacrosse ends great season on a disappointing note