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Lowell Upsets Girls Lacrosse in First Round

Girls Lacrosse took on Lowell in the First Round of the North Division II MIAA Playoff Tournament at Varsity Field on Monday, June 21. With a temperature of 84 degrees and the humidity making it feel like 93 both teams were trying to stay cool in the heat. Lowell High manage to get passed Freshmen Goalie Ava Dupuis with 15 goals. Burlington finished the game with 11. Final in the game was 15 to 11 Lowell.

“It did not go our way today, but now this loss will make us hungrier for next season” Head Coach Kat Trahan said.

Even though the season isn’t what the team hoped, Coach Trahan is proud of what the girls have done throughout this difficult season.

” It was such a great way to end the Middlesex League,” Trahan said. “Our shortened season as (10-0) was awesome and gave us that confidence moving forward, Trahan said. “It was a great season and we are going to miss our three seniors who are departing.”

The seniors that will be departing in the offseason are Kailey Frieden, Jennifer Lynch and Shannon Borbee. Burlington’s final record for the year is (10-2).