Sports Recap March 27-April 2


Julia Montgomery

Titus McKellop runs with the ball. “It was a tough game but we did not give up and we tried our best,” sophmore McKellop said. “I’m proud of my team.”

Keren Lee, Staff Writer

Lindale won the boys tennis championship with 34 team points and girls tennis won with 36 points.  They won the Overall Team Championship with 70 points.
“I’m really proud of our teamwork and individual efforts we were able to put in,” junior Zoe Bozick said. “I hope that we can go far and I hope to put in my all on the court.”
The District 16-4A golf tournament was held in Canton last Monday and Tuesday. The Lady Eagles are district champions and the boys placed 2nd.
“Coach Temple and I are so proud of how hard these kids have worked this season,” golf coach Lindsay Kelly said.
For girls medalists, Kenzie McClenny placed 2nd Kennedy Weesner placed 3rd. For boys medalists, Ryan French placed.
“To win district champs this year was an incredible experience,” senior Lauren Van Andel. “I am looking forward to regionals and hopefully advancing to state.”
In track for boys , Justin Seekford placed first in the boys vault, and Casey Poe placed first in the shot put. For girls, Kortlen Pierce placed for pole vault, Kennedy Miller placed first for both 100 and 300 meter hurdles.
“I enjoy being able to compete, and I always try to not disappoint,” sophomore Lukas Harbor said. “I’m excited for the rest of this season.”
The varsity boys soccer played against Jacksonville and lost 1-3 in the quarterfinals.
“I’m very proud of my team and how we pushed through a tough game,” sophomore Titus McKellop said. “I’m excited for next season and ready to work harder.”
The varsity girl soccer team played against Henderson and lost 2-3 in the second round.

I’m really proud of my team’s efforts this year, and the game last night was no exception.We played our hearts out and gave it our all on the field.”

— senior Brooke Everest