Storm’n Sabres’ lax season


Tiana Mick

Senior Noah Swenson on the field during Wednesday’s game against St. Cloud.

On Wednesday, May 16th, the boys’ Storm’n Sabre lacrosse team faced the St. Cloud boys’ lacrosse team at the Oak Ridge Elementary field. It was a tough battle, with the Storm’n Sabres falling one point behind with two minutes left on the clock. They missed a few goal opportunities in the final 30 seconds of the game, resulting in defeat by St. Cloud.

So far this season has shown to be a growing year for the boys’ lacrosse team, with a 1-6 record. Their solo dub was against Holy Family.

This year, the dynamic of the team has been different compared to ones in the past. Griffin Trondson stated, “At the beginning, it was more individualized, but now we’re coming together more.”

Trevor Dummer said, “With the help of our new coach, it (the team chemistry) has gotten better.”

There is no failure, just feedback.”

— Griffin Trondson

The players are still hopeful for future games. “We hope to go undefeated for the rest of this season,” senior Griffin Trondson replied when asked what he is looking forward to the rest of this lacrosse season.

Senior Trevor Dummer added, “Everyone is working hard and staying positive,” when asked the same question.