GLax as they are informally titled has been having one of the best seasons of the spring sports teams at HHS and they’re still going strong. Heading into tonight’s senior night, the team has a record of 9-3-2. The senior class has been a strong one, made up of Sydney Lambert, Marissa Nimeskern, Holly Welch, Hannah Mischler, Hannah Joy, and Liz Gallagher. If you’re around tonight, go send them off with a large crowd.
The team has a very good record and are near the top of the Patriot League. They have had some great wins, like one over Patriot League Fisher rival Scituate. They have had some tough losses like the one to Norwell, the top team in the region. And the good competition will keep on coming, as they face Marshfield today, Cohasset on Thursday and Sandwich next week.
The team has been firing on all cylinders mostly, but Senior Captain Sydney Lambert had a few that stood out to her. “(Sophomore) Jenny Rosinski has been playing well and is going to be a huge asset the next couple of years. (Junior) Emma Devine is doing well on defense and is a very good transitional player, (Junior) Brielle Prouty is a really hard worker and has been moving the ball well.”
Prouty, as well as fellow Junior Chachie Smigliani, are actually both committed to play division 1 lacrosse, at Liberty University and Bryant University, respectively.
Despite a great record, the team isn’t in line for a league championship and it’s tough when you have to face top teams like Hingham and Norwell annually. Still, the Indians have already qualified for the tournament and look poised to keep their season going strong.