Boys’ lacrosse falls to Holy Trinity

West Shore Lacrosse suffered a 20-4 defeat on Friday night to cross town rivals, and heavily favored Holy Trinity.

“We played well but they were simply the better team,” sophomore midfielder David Thompson said.

The Wildcats’ effort just wasn’t enough.

“They worked their socks off,” sophomore Sam Leighton said.

Despite the final score, the team still made the game exciting to watch.

“We underplayed our potential for sure. The score definitely didn’t reflect how we played,” senior Jonathan Wakim said. “Going into the game we knew they were a good team, and we just tried to keep it a close game.”

The Wildcat’s 3-5 record shows some promise for the remainder of the season.

“Confidence in early games is key to the longevity of our season,” junior Noah Murphy said.

By Nick Burgess