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Lacrosse reflects on season of improvement

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Sophomore Garrett Haas and freshman Dillon Magee celebrate after a Lovejoy goal against Plano East.

The Lovejoy club lacrosse team (13-5) got knocked out in the third round of the state playoffs last sunday. They played Klein Oak High School. The Leopards did however, have a much better season than last year.

“We played pretty good this season,” senior Cody Tabor said. “We made a lot of improvements since last year.”

The Leopards defeated Plano East and St. Michaels prior to the Klein game. They had to travel all the way down to Houston to play that game.

“I thought we should have won the game, but sometimes it doesn’t play out that way,” senior Lucas Tabor said. “Overall though we had a good season.

The Leopards fell to Klein Oak by one point, losing the match 11-10. Compared to last season, the Leopards went further in playoffs and had a better record this season. The Leopards also defeated 6A schools including Plano East and Plano High School over the course of their season.

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Joe Vastano, Staff Writer
Joe Vastano is your average Joe. He is a senior who really likes sports, fishing, and running. Texas A&M is his favorite college, so he cheers for them in any sport, especially football and basketball. Joe has also grown up as a Dallas fan, so the Cowboys and Mavericks will always be his pro teams. When he is not watching sports, he is playing them. His favorite is basketball, and he can be found playing it at any rec center or gym in the area. Joe is hoping that his lengthy time as a staff writer, and his previous term as editor-in-chief of Leopard Life in middle school will pay off in his last go around. Joe is looking forward to grand finale year with his equally superior right hand man Drew Doig.

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