West Boca High Honor Seniors on the Girls Lacrosse Team
By: Stephanie Fonseca
Every year, The sports seasons come to an end. And with each season, each team has to say goodbye to their seniors.
At West Boca High School, the girl’s lacrosse team honored their seniors at their last home game, as they get ready for the district playoffs in the coming weeks.
The Lady Bulls started off strong opening up the game 4 to zero, but as the game played on the ladies lost momentum and ended up losing by two to Wellington High. But all eyes remained on honoring the seniors who left their mark on the team and their teammates.
West Boca High honored their five seniors.
The first honored senior was Sydney River, who dedicated two years to the lady’s lacrosse team and is still deciding where to attend in the fall, but her options are Penn State, FSU and University of Tampa.
Senior and Captain, Lindsey Rock, played varsity lacrosse for three years and will be attending FSU in the Fall.
Marissa Barber played for the ladies lacrosse team for three years and will stay local and attend Palm Beach State College.
Also honored was Ashley McKnight and Rihanna Miller.
West Boca High Girls Lacrosse, Coach Eli, had only praises for his senior girls, “they are a great group of girls and they are true team players. They always work hard and set good examples of how to be true student athletes.”
None of the seniors will continue playing lacrosse competitively in college.