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Sophmore Sophia Mavis runs with the ball. Park suffered an 11-12 loss against Hopkins.

Girls’ lacrosse defeated by Hopkins

Rachel Arkis and Abby Meisler May 19, 2023

After Parks girls lacrosse’s 11-12 loss during a back and forth game against Hopkins May 17, head coach Kate Pearson said despite the team’s defeat, they played their best game so far this season. “Unfortunately...

Senior Anna McCallon defends the ball May 12. Girls’ lacrosse won their senior night game with a 10-8 win against Holy Angels.

Girls’ lacrosse senior night

Abby Meisler and Hanna Wilsey May 17, 2023

To celebrate the seniors’ hard work throughout high school, Parks girls’ lacrosse held senior night May 12.  The team played its final game against Holy Angels, and won 10-8. Senior Cecelia Meyen...

Junior Meg Ridgeway prepares to bowl a strike April 30. Park girls’ lacrosse held their first team bonding of the season at Park Tavern.

Girls’ lacrosse team bonds

Abby Meisler and Ayelel Meyen May 5, 2023

Since the season began, the girls’ lacrosse team has been organizing activities to bring the team closer together. On April 30 Park’s girls’ lacrosse had a team bonding event at Park Tavern. The...

Freshman Riley Ridgway and sophomore Ashley Berry warm up during lacrosse tryouts April 4. The girls’ lacrosse season officially starts April 10.

Girls lacrosse season begins

Abby Meisler April 7, 2023

Girls’ lacrosse began their first captains practices in January. Twice a week — on Mondays and Wednesdays — the girls’ lacrosse team practices at Anytime Fitness in Edina. This season there are...

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