Boys lacrosse on six game win streak


The 8-3 boys’ lacrosse team has a very tough schedule ahead of them in the next week and a half. With two games left in the regular season, the boys have to prove their dominance in the county standings. On Monday, Apr. 3, the boys hosted Damascus for senior night, which wasn’t be the easiest game considering the Hornets were 7-2 and on a five game win streak. After this, the boys travel to Einstein for the last regular season game. Although their record doesn’t show it, Einstein has been close and competitive in every game they’ve played.

Senior Gavin Humphreys takes all the face-offs for the boys, and has definitely proven he is deserving of his starting role on the team.

“It’s really a big role to hold because in that circle, it’s life and death. It’s a battle for the ball and my entire team relies on me,” Humphreys said.

The Wildcats look to get a good draw in the playoffs, and make a deep run for states.

Senior Steven Krupinski is a dominating physical presence on the field and wants to succeed just as much as anyone else.

“This is our year. This is the year WJ boys lacrosse makes a run at a state championship,” Krupinski said.

The boys traveled to Einstein on May 9, for their final game of the regular season.

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