Lacrosse starts out rough in their first two games

Lacrosse starts out rough in their first two games

On Mar. 16, Carlmont played their first lacrosse game of the season. They played Gunn High School at home where they fought until the end, but it just wasn’t enough.

The Scots suffered a devastating loss with a final score of 9 to 3, but they are remaining confident because they are only a first-year team.

Senior team captain Kalvin Tousant commented on their loss, “The game was tough, and it is a good learning experience. The first year for any sport is always tough, and we are definately working hard to learn and improve.”

Unfortunately, the Scots did not have any better luck in their second game of the season on Mar. 18 against Los Altos High School.

The team played at Los Altos High where they lost 12 to 2. The Scots were not expecting to start off as champions, but they are hoping to improve their record in the next couple games.

“The other teams have more experience and played better than us. However, we will definately be ready next time we play them,” stated Tousant.

The Scots are hoping for their first win on Mar. 23 in their third game of the season against Leland High School.

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