High School Lacrosse: Trinity a pushover no longer
After three years of toiling through forgettable seasons, the only senior on the Pioneers has helped lead his team to the playoffs for the first time in the program’s near decade history.
Trinity finished the Division III regular season with a record of 7-7 and will likely be on the road for the first round of the tournament on Tuesday.
THE PIONEERS aren’t the only ones who made some big strides in Div. III this year. The team they lost their regular-season finale to, Manchester West, has also come a long way over the past four seasons.
THERE’S A REASON why the Bedford girls’ lacrosse team is 12-3: It has some good college talent.
Four seniors on the team will be playing at the next level next year. They are Alex Fink at Stonehill, Caitlin Heaps at Colby, Morgan Linehan at Roger Williams and Shannen Healy at the University of New England.
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