BY OLIVIA LEWIS
The girls varsity lacrosse team won their first district title last year, and hope to win the same title again this year. So far, the girls team has won seven games and lost two. They are 5-0 for district games.
The Lady Cowboys’ first game took place against the West Broward Bobcats. The Bobcats and Cowboys have always had very close games, but the girls fought really hard and won the game 13-3. The next game was at Cooper City High School against the Flanagan Falcons. They dominated the entire game and were able to win 14-1.
“I think we are really improving as a team and we have a good rest of the season ahead of us,” Andreiu said. “Hopefully we make it as far as we did last year and win districts.”
The Cowboys’ first away game took place at Archbishop McCarthy High School. They were able to score twelve goals in the first half and then score ten more goals in the second half, making the final score 22-1.
The Cowboys pulled through on a series of games against the South Fork Bulldogs, Western Wildcats, University School Sharks, the Miami Palmetto Panthers and the Hollywood Hills Spartans, putting them in a good position for districts in April.
“I think we are going far this season, meaning if we play the way we have been playing, we will definitely do really well,” senior Cecilia Sosa said.
District playoffs will begin on April 3 through the 5. The girls look forward to the rest of the season and bringing home another trophy.
“I think that we are finally learning how to work together as a team, so having said that I think we will be able to continue our winning streak and to hopefully make it past districts,” junior Kasey Allen said.