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Lady Lions lose to Vandegrift, Cedar Park for second time this season

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Junior sweeper Kyah Carlson #13 taking the ball away from the Timberwolves in Bible Stadium. Against Cedar Park, the Lady Lions would soon lose with a score of 0-4.

Junior sweeper Kyah Carlson #13 taking the ball away from the Timberwolves in Bible Stadium. Against Cedar Park, the Lady Lions would soon lose with a score of 0-4.

Aimee Bozoudes

Aimee Bozoudes

Junior sweeper Kyah Carlson #13 taking the ball away from the Timberwolves in Bible Stadium. Against Cedar Park, the Lady Lions would soon lose with a score of 0-4.

by Aimee Bozoudes, Staff Writer

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The Lady Lions battled against the Vandegrift Vipers and Cedar Park Timberwolves last week for the second time this season. Both of the games took place at home in Bible Stadium and had ended with the Lions losing with a score of 0-6 against the Vipers and 0-4 against the Timberwolves.

“Both games went really well considering that both teams usually win or come in second for state,” senior goalie Emily Luker said.

Facing the Vipers, the Lady Lions had fallen for the second time this season. However, as described by players, the team was able to keep themselves composed and together. Nonetheless, the night ended with a final score of 0-6, Vipers stealing the win.

“I was really impressed at the way our team carried ourselves,” holding middle junior TJ Barrett said. “We never got mad at each other or the other team. Even during the Cedar park game when their coach told them to start a fight and they were being trashy, we mostly kept our composure and didn’t say or do anything too snarky or dirty. That game got a little crazy.”

I was really impressed at the way our team carried ourselves”

— TJ Barrett

The Lady Lions had kept the Cedar Park Timberwolves at bay with their defense as described by players. Two of the Timberwolves scores were made in the first half and the other two in the second half. The game ended with the final score resulting in 0-4, Timberwolves taking the win.

“If anything, I would want more success on offense because everyone played really good team defense,” Luker said. “We’ve learned to stick together as a team and help each other out and cover each other when things happen.”

Having gone against the Marble Falls Mustangs with a final score of 6-4, Mustangs taking the win, the Lady Lions will be going against the East View Patriots at home in Bible Stadium at 7 p.m.

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