By JUSTIN GODINO
As the season of spring sports comes to an end, a recap of some of those sports seems fitting. The season highlights from baseball, and girls’ and boys’ lacrosse were pretty impressive and worthy of review.
The boys’ lacrosse team had a season record of three wins and nine losses. Last year, the boys lacrosse team made it to sections for the first time in a long time. This year they were, unfortunately, not able to do the same perhaps as a result of the very young boys they are comprised of. There are only a two seniors leading the team: Dylan Sanchez and Carlos Penaherrera. Their three wins came from beating Wallkill, Newburgh Free Academy, and Roosevelt. Admirably, Dylan Sanchez, senior captain, was able to lead the team in scoring, averaging five goals a game. The team was able to finish 3385 in the nation and 381 in New York State.
Baseball had a record of three wins and seventeen losses this season. When asked about his favorite memory of the season, Sam Sosa, senior captain, responded with, “I would have to say Jack Wild hitting a home-run to give us a comfortable lead against Newburgh.” This team was also very young with only a few seniors. The baseball team was able to finish the season ranked 10703 nationally and 517 in New York State.
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The girls’ lacrosse team ended their season with an impressive six wins and eight losses. They were able to win the last four of their games, which included their senior game against the Middletown Middies. Bella Cosentino reflected on her favorite memory of this season. She recalled, “Winning the senior game was probably the best part of this season; it was amazing to win our last home game.” The girls’ lacrosse team finished 2054 nationally and 255 in New York State.
With the offseason approaching, good luck to every team next year. Congratulations to all the teams on a season well done.